- Village map showing street names and locations of ammenities
- Public rights of way, and permissive rights of way around the village
- Public rights of way, and permissive rights of way around Skipwith Common
NB: Public rights of way are a statutory right that must be made accessible by the landowner. Permissive rights of way are where the landowner has at their discretion made a footpath/bridleway accessible. Permissive rights of way may have restrictions upon dates/time of use; people that can use them; or may be revoked by the landowner at their sole discretion. Parts of Skipwith Common are open access land.
Local authority maps:
- Present day map (including public footpaths)
- Historic maps - NYCC
- Historic maps (~1910) - National Library of Scotland
- Historic maps (~1945) - National Library of Scotland
- Historic maps (~1954) - National Library of Scotland
We are working towards making all documents that the Council publishes suitable for assistive technologies.
In the meantime you can request an accessible format.