River Trent Foot/Cycle Bridge Survey

Closes 31 Oct 2021

Opened 1 Oct 2021

Overview

This survey is an opportunity for you to help shape the County Council’s proposal to install a new traffic free bridge over the river Trent approximately midway between the two existing traffic bridges (St Peter’s Bridge and Burton Bridge).  The bridge will link Stapenhill Hollows to the Oxhay Meadow and from there residents will be able to link to the town centre via the existing Andressey Bridge or to the leisure centre via the existing Oxhay Bridge.

The new bridge will enable pedestrians and cyclists to:

  • access the town centre via the proposed new waterfront development without using their cars and avoiding heavily trafficked routes across St Peters Bridge or Burton Bridge from the Brizlincote area, but also providing a traffic free alternative route in for residents living in Winshill and Stapenhill too
  • extend the leisure uses of the Washlands area by creating a circular walk / run / cycle starting at the proposed new waterfront development / leisure centre and incorporating the Oxhay Meadows and Cherry Orchard area, Stapenhill Hollows, the formal Stapenhill Gardens and the historic ferry bridge all without encountering traffic which will extend the interest of visitors to the town to stay longer and make use of these beautiful areas alongside the River Trent

Further details of the proposals can be found here River Trent pedestrian and cycle bridge proposals - Staffordshire County Council

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. Your answers will be treated in the strictest confidence and will be stored securely. Your personal details will not be shared.

Please ensure you submit your response by no later than midnight on Sunday 31st October 2021.

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