The Rights of Way Law Review is an
authoritative commentary on the English law relating to rights of way, access to the
countryside, town or village greens, and also to those parts of planning, conservation and
other areas of law which have implications for the administration of highway law.
The Review is
an open ended loose-leaf partwork which builds up issue by issue into a comprehensive
reference work on these branches of the law.
guiding editorial concept is to publish information on new developments in the law as they
arise, including case notes, whilst systematically publishing the material needed to
complete the work. Ten issues a year are published to ensure that up to date information
of the loose-leaf edition is now available on a CD-Rom ('the CD'). The CD edition's search
engine can save valuable time. In addition, cross references on the CD alert new users to
subsequent developments covered in the Review and, of course, the CD saves shelf space.
However, we continue to publish the loose-leaf edition for the benefit of those who
prefer that format.