Public consultation on proposals for pedestrian improvements in Burghclere village
Hampshire County Council has been working with Burghclere Parish Council on plans to improve pedestrian access within Burghclere, specifically focusing on access to the Clere School.
The County Council is running a public consultation on the proposals. The consultation started on Monday 2 December 2013 and ended on Sunday 12 January 2014. You can tell tell the County Council your views on the proposals by:
- completing a survey form at the exhibition at the Portal Hall (see below)
- using the online survey form (link below)
The proposed improvements include:
- upgrading the existing footway to Clere School from Church Lane to the School entrance
- making improvements to the corner of Well Street and Harts Lane to de-clutter the area and provide a short footway link to the Clere School pedestrian entrance on Harts Lane.
Exhibition of plans
The plans will be available to view at the Portal Hall throughout the consultation period 2 December to 12 January. Feedback forms will be available at the hall for residents to complete.
Give the County Council your views: online form
Objectives and outcomes
The objectives are to:
- improve pedestrian facilities in Burghclere Village
- provide facilities to aid walking trips to The Clere School
- provide improvements while maintaining the rural feel of the village.