Meetings & Events

Southport Eastern Access Improvements survey

By Slim Smith | 22 February, 2022

Ends: 4 April 2022 Sefton Council is seeking views from Southport residents and visitors over potential improvements to the town’s key eastern access routes.The proposed Southport Eastern Access scheme seeks to improve the road, cycling and walking network between the town centre and the Southport Road border in Kew.Improvements would look to ease congestion issues…

Kingsley Road cycle lanes consultation

By Slim Smith | 19 February, 2022

End date of consultation: 20 June 2022 Kingsley Road has been made one-way for motor vehicles, with segregated cycle lanes in both directions.Formalised car parking areas have been created, avoiding parking obstructions in the cycle lanes.The cycle lane provides safe segregation for cyclists, connecting the route with Princes Avenue Boulevard to the south and Crown…

St Helens Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan Consultation

By Slim Smith | 14 February, 2022

St Helens Borough Council have recently commissioned City Science alongside Civic Engineers last December to produce a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) for the Borough. This will be the first local Borough LCWIP following on from the strategic Liverpool City Region LCWIP, originally produced in 2018. The LCWIP will cover all of the…

Lodge Lane survey

By Slim Smith | 26 January, 2022

If you live near, work in, or visit the Lodge Lane area, please complete the Sustrans survey and get involved in this project.

Consultation on the wellbeing and physical activity of people in Liverpool

By Slim Smith | 26 January, 2022

This is a long survey, but it is worth filling in questions 25-26 as you can add lots of comments regarding cycling facilities etc in the free text boxes there Ends 27 February 2022

West Derby Road Consultation

By Edward Lamb | 3 December, 2021

Liverpool City Council has a proposal for a temporary cycle route on West Derby Road, to replace the one previously removed.Closing date for comments Friday 7th January 2022 The consultation is badly designed, with only the options of either agreeing with the plan or disagreeing with it. The design for crossing Sheil Road creates dangerous…


By Slim Smith | 17 February, 2020

Public consultantion has now begun on the future development of the Baltic Triangle. The consultation is HEREThere’s also a drop in event on Thursday 20 Feb from 11am-7pm.Baltic Creative CIC, 49 Jamaica Street, Liverpool L1 0AH