Campaigns and Consultations

Consultations, from Cheshire West and Chester and link to national -


Cheshire West and Chester's new Cycling Strategy
Cheshire West and Chester Council is preparing a new Cycling Strategy for the Borough. They have listened to a wide range of views and suggestions on how we can make improvements to cycling in the Borough to make it easier, safer, cheaper and more convenient.
As a result, they have published a draft strategy which sets out our suggested plans, proposals and targets to make cycling more popular and encourage more people to take up cycling as their first choice particularly for shorter trips.

They are now keen to hear your views on whether you support these plans or whether there are additional issues that they need to include in this document.
Copies of the response questionnaire can be found in libraries, contact centres or by contacting them:
Deadline: Wednesday 9 January 2013 
Have your say: complete the questionnaire online or telephone: 0300 123 7036  

    Winsford Neighbourhood Plan
    Consultation 26th November – 21st January 2013
    The Town Council would like to hear from local people and anyone else interested in the plan. Exhibitions are located at Wyvern House, Winsford and Wharton Library.
    Link to Draft Winsford Neighbourhood Plan and feedback form.
    For further information please visit the Projects page.

    Have your say about your area
    The Northwich and Rural North Area Partnership Board (APB) want to know how you feel about the area you live in.
    Complete the Northwich and Rural North online questionnaire and tell us your views on living in the Northwich and Rural North area.

    Baron's Quay Consultation
    There's a consultation on the plans on  the CWAC website. Note loss of poplar and willow trees, and do we need the development?
    Artist's impressions -
    Closing date is 10th or 11th January 2013.

    The previous Baron's Quay consultation ran until 25th of May 2012, with displays and questionnaire forms at Northwich Information Centre and Northwich Library. Information is on the Weavervalley website. The River Weaver Navigation Society was promoting an alternative view, more of a home-grown people-led alternative to the corporate architect version. It appeared on the RWNS website.
    Here are photos of the display boards:

    See our blog -

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