To zoom in and out, use your mouse wheel or the “zoom in” and “zoom out” buttons at the top of the page. To scroll, drag with your left mouse button or use the scroll bars. Select the details you want to see using the tick boxes at the top of the page. To hide the controls at the top of the page, click “hide”. To redisplay them, click anywhere on the page.
General map of the marshes
This is a map of the main area of interest of Save Lea Marshes. Click here to view it (opens in a new window).
Among other details, the map shows three of the LVRPA’s four proposed sites for a new Ice Centre, the Riding School’s 2016 permitted riding routes, and the areas managed by Vibrant Partnerships.
Waltham Forest public rights of way
This is intended to become a record of all public rights of way in the London Borough of Waltham Forest.
To view the map, click here (opens in a new window). This shows the Definitive Map of Public Rights of Way together with a growing number of other paths that are missing from the Definitive Map. Because the map is so big, it has been split up into squares measuring 2.5 x 2.5 km, each of which you can view by clicking the appropriate tickbox. To see how the squares fit together, click the “Base plan” tickbox. The other details that you can select to view consist of the following:
Nodes. Explained below. Click on a node to select it in the data tables.
Paths. Explained below.
Scheduled paths. Explained below.
National grid. The vertical and horizontal lines of the National Grid (with a prefix of “TQ”).
Squares. The 1km x 1km squares of the National Grid.
Boundary. The boundary of Waltham Forest, and its subdivisions into Chingford, Walthamstow and Leyton.
This page gives you access to the data that is plotted on the map. Click here to view it (opens in a new window). There are three tables:
Nodes. Each path has a node at either end. To select the paths that belong to a node, click the button on the right. To locate a node on the map, click the “Map” button.
Paths. To select the nodes at each end of a path, click the “Nodes” button. If the path corresponds to one or more scheduled paths, there is a button on the right which you can click to select them. To locate the centre of a path on the map, click the “Map” button.
Scheduled paths. To select the path or paths that correspond to a scheduled path, click the button on the right. To locate the centre of a path on the map, click the “Map” button.
To see all of the data in a table, click the “All” button. To hide the data click the “None” button.