Stockport: Bee network schemes consultation event (2nd Bramhall Scout Hut)
Stockport Council is working with Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) to ensure all residents, businesses and other stakeholders are kept up-to-date as the Bee Network schemes progress.
There will be a four-week consultation on these proposals from 7th October to 4th November, when you can give your views. Your comments will be collected and analysed and will help to inform the development of the schemes.
The walking and cycling proposals which have been submitted for funding from the Mayor’s Cycling and Walking Challenge Fund (MCF) and have programme entry status, as follows:
- The Heatons Cycle Link;
- Heaton Norris Park Bridge;
- Lower Bredbury to Brinnington;
- Offerton to Stockport;
- Hazel Grove Links;
- Bramhall Park to A6;
- A555 Community Links; and
- Cheadle Hulme Crossings Package.
Consultation events will take place at the following locations:
24 October – 2nd Bramhall Scout Hut, SK7 2NP, 2–8pm
29 October – The Heatons Centre, SK4 4DQ, 3–8pm
30 October – Merseyway, former Grainger Games unit, 2–8pm
31 October – Fingerpost pub, Offerton, SK1 4QA, 2–8pm
You can submit your comments at the consultation events listed above, via
post: Services to Place, Stopford House, Stockport, SK1 3XE
phone: 0161 474 2299 (Monday to Friday 9am-5pm)
|Location||2nd Bramhall Scout Hut|
|Start||Thursday 24 Oct 2019 2:00pm|
|Finish||Thursday 24 Oct 2019 8:00pm|