Scottish Outdoor Access Network — Sharing Best Practice EventDate: 24 January 2018 Location: Sandison Hall, St. Fillans, Perth and Kinross. Organised by: Scottish Outdoor Access Network
Join SOAN partners on Wednesday 24 January for a site visit looking at how we can better develop, design, manage and promote our local and long distance shared use paths.
This good practice event will highlight the multi-year, multi-phase development of the Loch Earn Railway Path (LERP), formed on the route of the disused Caledonian Railway and linking the villages of Comrie, St Fillans and Lochearnhead. This event is aimed at anyone wishing to gain a better understanding around the planning, design, funding and practical implementation considerations of shared-use path infrastructure. It will be led by Cycling Scotland’s project delivery specialists (T,P&E), who acted as project managers on all phases of these works, with support from Paths for All and input from Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and community representatives.
This event is useful for those working to support and improve access to outdoor environments and greenspace including outdoor access/planning professionals, those involved in active travel infrastructure and community path groups.
This event costs £40 per person. Tea and coffee will be provided on arrival and a buffet lunch is included at 12.45pm.
The event runs from 10:30 – 14:00.
Numbers are limited, so to avoid disappointment please book as soon as possible.
For more information and to book, please see here.