This page contains Manchester Friends of the Earth’s responses to consultations.
Consultation responses from Love Your Bike are available on a separate page.
Manchester Friends of the Earth have submitted consultation responses to both the Stockport Local Plan and SEMMMs (South East Manchester Multi-Modal Strategy) Refresh consultations.
On 15th June 2017, we submitted this response to the Government’s plans for tackling nitrogen oxide pollution in our towns and cities. With thanks to Client Earth for their guidance on these issues and this particular consultation. 7 How satisfied … Continue reading
CPRE believes the Draft Greater Manchester Spatial Framework needs improvement for the next Publication Version or it risks promoting short term unsustainable development growth and it will imperil Greater Manchester Combined Authority GMCA’s own stated aims and objectives for sustainable … Continue reading
Our response to the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework sets out the following objections: * Failure to tackle the site specific and broader issues of air quality * Unnecessary release of green belt * Failure to promote healthy living and tackle … Continue reading
Following the international climate agreement in Paris last December, the Manchester Climate Change Agency is consulting on an update to the city’s climate change strategy.
Last year (2015) Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) consulted on their 2040 Vision for Transport in Greater Manchester. Manchester Friends of the Earth submitted a detailed response.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) have consulted on the Greater Manchester Low-Emission Strategy and Air Quality Action Plan (pdf). Manchester Friends of the Earth submitted our response to the consultation (pdf) on 29th April 2016. See below for the introductory comments and the pdf link … Continue reading
Happy New Year! Just before Christmas, Manchester City Council announced the consultation on the draft City Centre Strategy (deadline 12th January).
Manchester Friends of the Earth has submitted a response to ‘Greater Manchester Transport Strategy 2040 – Our Vision’ Response to GM Transport Strategy 2040 [gview file=”http://www.manchesterfoe.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/TfGM-2040-Manchester-FoE.pdf” save=”1″]
In August 2015, Manchester Friends of the Earth responsed to the planning application to build on Pomona Island. (Planning Application: 85822/FUL/15).