The toolkit is aimed at Access Professionals and Community Groups that have developed path networks in Scotland. The toolkit allows you to find out about the benefits that a network brings in social, economic and environmental terms.
This toolkit has a specific purpose and uses a standard questionnaire to collect data. There are other tools available that will help to find out about other aspects of path networks and it is likely that at different times you will need to use various different tools to answer your, or your funders' questions.
If you prefer a paper version of this toolkit, you can download a (750Kb file, requires a PDF reader)
or a PDF version in black and white (350Kb file).
Once you have worked out how to use the toolkit you can go directly to the questionnaire survey page
This toolkit has been designed and written by Walking-the-Talk based on research and initial development by the Sport Industry Research Centre at Sheffield Hallam University. It also combines the benefits of research undertaken by HECLA Consulting.