Robin CarrRobin Carr is one of the Country’s leading specialists in public rights of way matters.

Based just north of Newark in Nottinghamshire, Robin has worked as an independent consultant since 2003 and has a wide client base of local authorities, private individuals and user groups.

Robin has worked within this sector since 1987 and has worked in both two tier and unitary authority structures undertaking roles in definitive map/public path order work as well as maintenance, enforcement and strategic policy development. He has also worked with some of the leading barristers and KCs in this specialist field.  

Robin is a Fellow of the Institute of Public Rights of Way & Access Management (IPROW); a former Director and Treasurer of IPROW; a Registered Expert Witness and a Practicing Member of the Academy of Experts. he also holds a Bar Council licence to Instruct Counsel. In 2019 Robin Carr Associates was a regional finalist in the prestigious Rural Business Awards.

In 2019 and 2022 he received a Lawyer Monthly Magazine “Expert Wintess Award”.

Robin has had papers on “Highway Record Management” and “Rail Crossing Closures under the Transport and Works Act 1992” published in the IPROW Journal (“Waymark”); and has a Practice Guidance Note published on the “Review of Rights of Way Improvement Plans” on the “LexisNexis” legal resource website. He has also delivered training for the various leading countryside training establishments including Losehill Hall, Plas Tan Y Bwlch and IPROW. He has lectured on rights of way matters at University College London (Birkbeck) and delivers training courses in his own right.


Suzanne joned the team in 2014 having previoulsy worked in the education sector. She assists Robin in the day to day running of  the business and may well be your first point of contact if you ring. Suzanne enjoys assisting with archive research and during more complex proceedings such as Publc Inquiries, is on hand to assist and liaise with Clients.

In 2019 Suzanne obtained Associate membership of the Institute of Public Rights of Way and Access Managment (IPROW).