Purpose of this consultation
Cheshire East Council is seeking your views on the options for link roads to the Southern Link Road Bridge (SLRB), which will provide another crossing over the railway to the south of Crewe Station.
The SLRB is a new road and bridge crossing from the B5071 Gresty Road to the west, and the A532 Weston Road to the east. The scheme seeks to improve road infrastructure and traffic management on the congested A534 Nantwich Road, especially outside the existing Station entrance.
These improvements are part of the Crewe Hub Area Action Plan (AAP) which includes proposals to improve the transport network in preparation for the arrival of HS2.
You can find out more about the scheme by visiting the website at www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/SLRB
Your feedback on our proposals for transport improvements and the SLRB options will be analysed and used to inform the next stages of design where applicable and practicable. We will also produce a report which will be submitted as part of the planning application.
Please note this is separate to the Crewe HS2 Hub AAP consultation.
You can read more about our Transport Strategy in the AAP which is available online. visit www.cheshireeast.gov.uk and search ‘area action plan’
Submitting your comments
Please submit your comments by 11:59pm on Tuesday 3 September 2019.
You can also give feedback either by:
Filling out a paper survey and returning it to FREEPOST RTUK-RBLY-XUBT, Southern Link Road Bridge, 5 First Street, Manchester, M15 4GU.
Emailing SLRB@cheshireeast.gov.uk with your comments
For any queries about this consultation please contact Customer Services on 0300 123 50 20
Once the consultation closes we will analyse all responses, produce a summary report of them, and publish this online on our consultation webpages.
Jacobs, working on behalf of CEC, will be analysing the consultation and will not share personally identifiable information from members of the public with any organisation outside of Cheshire East Council. This personal data will only be used for its original purpose, i.e. consultation on the Southern Link Road Bridge Options. We will publish anonymised responses, parts of responses, or a summarised version of responses to the ‘open’ questions from members of the public, within our “Consultation Summary” document. Your response will be stored electronically on a secure system for two years following the end of the consultation period.