The consultation on Crookes Active Neighbourhood closed on Friday 20th August 2021
You can now view the consultation report for this scheme here . You can also view an Executive Summary of the report here .
To find out the latest update on this scheme, please click here .
We want you to help us shape plans to trial an Active Neighbourhood in Crookes.
An Active Neighbourhood is where changes are made to streets creating a safer, cleaner and quieter environment for local residents and businesses to enjoy. This means a more attractive area for walking, cycling and spending time outdoors.
In order to trial an Active Neighbourhood effectively, we need your input to help us decide which measures would best achieve this.
Why we’re introducing an Active Neighbourhood
By introducing measures in an area to create an Active Neighbourhood, the following benefits can be seen:
Access to Active Neighbourhoods by car would be maintained for residents or businesses located within the area. Some traffic may be redirected to main routes.
What we’re proposing
Crookes has been identified as an area suitable for an Active Neighbourhood based on the opportunities it would open up for people to travel more actively around the area.
The map below shows the area where measures could be introduced to create an Active Neighbourhood.
You can view a pdf of the above map and zoom in by clicking here .
In order to trial this Active Neighbourhood effectively, we want residents and local businesses - who know the area best - to help identity the best solutions to make it easier and safer to travel actively – for example walk, cycle, run, scoot etc - around the area when making local journeys.
There are a number of measures that could be used to create an Active Neighbourhood, they include the following:
Have your say
Using the information above, and your own personal experiences of living, working and travelling through the area, we want to hear your thoughts. We want to know which measures you think would work best for the Active Neighbourhood. There are a number of ways you can get involved:
The Crookes Active Neighbourhood workshop is now at full capacity. If you have not yet expressed your interest and you would like to receive information about any sessions that may take place in the future, please send us your contact information by emailing us at: email@example.com or by calling us on 0808 196 5105.
We will use feedback from the consultation to decide which measures to put in place to create the Active Neighbourhood. These measures would be implemented through an 'Experimental Traffic Regulation Order' which means that the measures would be installed on a non-permanent basis and changes could be made based on feedback received. Formal consultation through the Experimental Traffic Regulation Order would be ongoing for 6 months.
After 6 months we would review the Active Neighbourhood using the feedback and comments raised through the formal consultation to decide which measures, if any, should stay in place. If you would like to stay up to date with the latest news on transport schemes in Sheffield please sign up to our Travel and Transport newsletter here .
To help us to monitor the success of this project we may need to occasionally survey traffic in the area using cameras mounted on lamp posts. We need to do this so that we can understand how traffic has been affected by the scheme. For example on certain roads we may wish to understand whether traffic has reduced or increased as a result of the scheme.
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