We want to thank everyone who took part in the Liveable Neighbourhood co-development workshop for the Whitchurch Village and Queen Charlton area and inform you of an important event in August where you can view the output from the workshop and share your opinion on a proposed through-traffic restriction trial .
Workshop outcomes and exhibition
We have enjoyed gathering people’s ideas and working with communities to start developing more inclusive and accessible neighbourhoods. We are now preparing a report, highlighting all the ideas expressed at the workshop for the Whitchurch Village and Queen Charlton area.
We’ll be inviting your opinion on what measures from this ‘longlist’ of ideas should be shortlisted for preliminary design. Now we have your wider views, we’ll also now be asking you to focus back on the original application area. You can give your feedback at an exhibition this August where the ideas will be showcased. When we draw up the shortlist for preliminary design, we will also consider costs, timescales and other practicalities.
You are welcome to come to the exhibition whether you attended the earlier workshop or not. Friends and family are also welcome. Please see details of the event below.
If you can’t make the exhibition, you’re welcome to view the workshop output report online from mid-August and to email firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments. There will also be several other opportunities to have your say on the designs in due course.
Share your opinion on a through-traffic restriction proposal
At the event we’ll also be asking opinions on a through-traffic restriction trial in Queen Charlton Lane which, if supported, would start this autumn.
It’s one of four schemes across the area that are being trialled ahead of the wider Liveable Neighbourhoods programme. This is because levels of support for it are already high among residents who responded to earlier surveys. The purpose of this engagement is to check how the wider community feels before we proceed. For details of the proposal and to complete a survey, go to www.bathnes.gov.uk/queencharltonpilot
The workshop exhibition and public engagement on the proposal for Queen Charlton Lane through-traffic restriction is on 17 August 2022 at Queen Charlton Village Hall between 4pm and 8pm. This is a drop-in event, open to the public.
If you have a question or need support to access the event, please email email@example.com or call Council Connect on 01225 39 40 41.
The Liveable Neighbourhoods Team