If you have ideas for improving the safety and ease of travelling to neighbouring areas by foot or by bike, be it the city centre or the Pyewipe Inn or further afield like the bike shop at Doddington Hall, then please let us know.
As part of LLRA’s 2021-2040 Neighbourhood Plan development for Long Leys we would like to hear resident’s views on improving support for adults and children who would like to choose walking and cycling for more trips to work/school and for leisure activities. In particular, we would like to receive ideas about how the cycling and footpath network could be improved. You can share your views by emailing Jon Davies, who is leading work on this focus area of the Neighbourhood Plan. Email: email@example.com.
In addition, Jon is looking to get a group of interested members of the Long Leys community together to explore ideas about improving walking and cycling needs in more detail. This may be via a specific meeting or just one on one conversations. Please do get in touch with Jon if you would like to contribute to this: firstname.lastname@example.org
Background to 2021-2040 Neighbourhood Plan
This activity is part of the Neighbourhood Planning project for Long Leys and supports the following focus area:
- Footpaths and cycle-ways: Improving safe and easy access into neighbouring areas and the city centre.
The Long Leys Neighbourhood Plan is being developed by LLRA and community volunteers, along with specialist support from a grant funded planning consultant and other specialist consultants. The overall project is being managed, on behalf of LLRA, by the Neighbourhood Planning Action Group (NPAG). If you would like to volunteer to help with any of the Neighbourhood Plan activity, which is 100% community led and controlled, then email us at NPAG@long-leys.org. Volunteers willingly give up their time to benefit the whole Long Leys community. See long-leys.org/neighbourhood-plan/ for more details on the project.