Transport initiative begins journey
RESIDENTS in Sudbury and Great Cornard have received a newsletter informing of them of the first stage in the development of a transport initiative. Suffolk County Council and Babergh District Council are working together to develop a Local Transport Action Plan (LTAP) for Sudbury and Great Cornard and have planned a series of activities during this year to inform and consult with local residents.
RESIDENTS in Sudbury and Great Cornard have received a newsletter informing of them of the first stage in the development of a transport initiative.
Suffolk County Council and Babergh District Council are working together to develop a Local Transport Action Plan (LTAP) for Sudbury and Great Cornard and have planned a series of activities during this year to inform and consult with local residents.
The newsletter provides information on the LTAP and include a questionnaire asking for residents' views on all aspects of travel and transport in Sudbury and Great Cornard.
Joan Girling, member of the county council's executive committee, said: "Involving and consulting with local people is a high priority for Suffolk County Council when developing our local transport policies. We hope that people will take this opportunity to tell us what is important to them."
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Wil Gibson, county councillor for Great Cornard and chair of the Sudbury and Great Cornard Partnership and Reference Group, said: "We hope that by asking local people for their views we will be able to come up with a Local Transport Action Plan which addresses the issues that are most important to residents in the area."
Further information will shortly be available on the Sudbury and Great Cornard LTAP web page at www.sudbury-great-cornard-ltap.com.
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There will also be a chance for people to take part in workshops on the LTAP next month where residents will get the chance to express their views on existing transport problems and potential solutions with the consultants and officers from the county and district councils.
The dates are as follows:
Saturday 11 May - the Stevenson Centre, Gt Cornard from, 10am - 1pm
Saturday 18 May - the Assembly Rooms, Sudbury Town Hall, from 10am -1pm
An exhibition of proposed options will be held later in the year.