De Beauvoir Chicane Survey

Closed 5 Oct 2018

Opened 4 Sep 2018

Overview

Police officers that patrol the estate have received numerous complaints from residents regarding mopeds and motorbikes riding through the estate, particularly in the area close to St Helier Court leading to the canal path and Whitmore Bridge, which is dangerous to both pedestrians and cyclists. In response to this, the Council is proposing to install chicane gates to reduce misuse and protect residents of De Beauvoir Estate. The gates would be Disability Discrimination Act compliant which means wheelchairs and pushchairs would be able to pass through them.

 

As an alteration that will affect residents living on the estate, we would like to seek your views on the proposed chicane gates and the potential benefits or impacts they would have on you.

 

All comments you provide along with the feedback from the TRA and other stakeholders will be taken into account when deciding how to proceed. Updates and results from this consultation will be provided through the De Beauvoir newsletter.

 

 

What Happens Next

All comments you provide along with the feedback from the TRA and other stakeholders will be taken into account when deciding how to proceed. Updates and results from this consultation will be provided through the De Beauvoir newsletter.

Events

Areas

  • De Beauvoir

Audiences

  • Citizens' panel
  • Community groups/ organisations
  • Residents
  • Council tenants
  • Council leaseholders
  • Service users

Interests

  • Understanding views
  • Gathering ideas
  • Community safety
  • Residents' satisfaction