Levenshulme Bee Network Consultation Continues With Engagement Event
Levenshulme Bee Network is inviting more voices from the local community to have their say on what improvements are needed to the movement network in the area.
A November catch-up event has been announced to take place from 6pm on Tue 26 November at Arcadia, Stockport Road. For information, click here.
The community-led active neighbourhood scheme has adopted a multimedia approach to gather as many viewpoints as possible in order to design a people-oriented network of streets.
Using their online mapping platform, hosted via Commonplace, the Levy Bee Network has already received nearly 500 comments relating to observations of transport activity, including traffic speeds, parking behaviour, air and noise pollution, accessibility, pavement widths and green space. The platform also invites respondents to request a bike hangar for secure cycle parking in their area.
Flyers have also been distributed to homes and businesses in the project area, which stretches approximately from Matthews Lane in the north to Crossley Road in the south, and from Kingsway in the west to Highfield Country Park in the east.
Levenshulme Mini Holland was awarded £2.5m in tranche 4 of the Mayor’s Cycling and Walking Challenge Fund.