Category Archives: consultation

Dynamo’s response to Canal Quarter consultation

Dynamo has responded as follows to the Canal Quarter strategic regeneration framework consultation.  You can view everything on the City Council website at http://www.lancaster.gov.uk/sites/canal-quarter/get-involved. Deadline for all comments is Monday 10 February. Chapter 1 – Sustainability   Page 24 Dynamo whole-heartedly … Continue reading

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Canal Quarter consultation now open

Lancaster City Council has published its draft Strategic Regeneration Framework, which is the overview for the future development of the area between the canal, Bulk Street and St Leonard’s Gate.  Consultation is open until Monday 10 February, and there will … Continue reading

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Dynamo’s response to the Lancaster Cycling & Walking Planning Advisory Note (PAN)

Download the Cycling and Walking PAN.  All details on Lancaster City Council’s website. Background This links to the meeting that Matt and Patricia had in December with the City Council. As part of its Local Plan, the City Council has … Continue reading

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Lancaster Canal Quarter – follow-up workshop

Another visit to the Town Hall Banqueting Suite for Dynamo to attend the second part of the stakeholder event which Jim covered earlier this month.  Patricia got the gig this time. The consultants, Planit-IE, are working on an emerging “Strategic … Continue reading

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Lancaster Canal Quarter – report back from another workshop

Back in February, Dynamo attended a “stakeholder engagement workshop” on proposals for the redevelopment of the Canal Quarter. We enjoyed it so much that we’ve been to another one! Like the previous event, it was organised by consultants Planit-IE on … Continue reading

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Dynamo’s response to Bailrigg Garden Village consultation

Below is what Dynamo emailed to Lancaster City Council about their (so far vague) cycle plans for the proposed Bailrigg development.  You still have until 11 July to make your own comments on any aspect. I write on behalf of Dynamo (Lancaster … Continue reading

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Respond to Lancaster City Council’s consultation on Bailrigg Garden Village

Lancaster City Council is holding an informal consultation on plans for “Bailrigg Garden Village” i.e. 3,500 new homes. The deadline is Wednesday 11 July and the consultation is at http://www.lancaster.gov.uk/planning/planning-policy/bailrigg-garden-village. Please do respond to this – particularly if you live in … Continue reading

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Greyhound Bridge

When work begins early next year on the Greyhound Bridge, the surrounding infrastructure will also need to be reformed for the proposed 23 weeks of the works. Dynamo member and veteran cycle campaigner, Matt Hodges, has done a brilliant forensic … Continue reading

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Dynamo’s updated response to draft Cycling & Walking Strategy

Dynamo has updated its November 2016 response to Lancashire County Council’s draft Cycling and Walking Strategy.  You can read the document here. Basically: what will they do to curb car use, and how do they intend to get children walking … Continue reading

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Further consultation on Lancashire’s draft Cycling & Walking Strategy

We have received an email from Lancashire County Council announcing that they are consulting again on the draft Cycling and Walking Strategy 2016-2026 until Friday 21 April.  Details are here and the draft strategy itself is here. Quite how this differs from … Continue reading

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