Douglasdale Real Group have arranged a training day provided by Paths for All. This will be held in St Brides centre on the 12th of July between 9.30 am and 4 pm. Spaces are limited so please book your place by contacting us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the feedback page.
Path Survey & Design Basics
This one day training course will provide a 'hands on' introduction to path survey and design.
This course is aimed at community groups, who are interested in creating new, or upgrading existing paths in their local area. The course is particularly of value to those new to path development and maintenance.
By the end of this course, you will have some understanding of:
· The different range of path types, locations, users, features and problems
· How to survey a path and record its condition and work required
· The different constructed layers of a path and their function
· And much more…
There will be opportunity to have a go at surveying a local path in Douglas using basic surveying kit.
Paths for All Office 8 Forrester Lodge Inglewood House Tullibody Road Alloa FK10 2HU
t: 01259 222 330 f: 01259 218 488 w: www.pathsforall.org.uk
Paths for All is a partnership organisation; for a full list of our current partners please visit our website www.pathsforall.org.uk.
Paths for All Partnership is a recognised Scottish Charity No: SC025535 and a Company Limited by Guarantee No: 168554 incorporated
19 September 1996 at Companies House, Edinburgh. Registered Office: Inglewood House, Tullibody Road, Alloa FK10
Lowland Paths Guide - A Good Practice Guide to Planning, Design, Construction and Maintenance in Scotland - To view the new guide, click on Lowland Paths Guide.
Shared Use Paths in Scotland - Guidance on Promoting, Developing and Managing Paths for Responsible Shared Use - To view this new guidance, download the PDF from the Downloads section on Paths for All website.