Category Archives: Lancaster

Update on Long Marsh Lane, Lancaster

As you may know, Long Marsh Lane in Lancaster will eventually become a no-through road for cars.  There will be barriers (permeable to cyclists) beside the railway bridge and some form of turning head outside Giant Axe field so that vehicles can … 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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New infrastructure on Wyresdale Road

A new shared-use path has appeared on Wyresdale Road from its junction with Coulston Road to its junction with Grab Lane. Dynamo understands this was done with Section 106 planning obligation funds from the Miller homes development on the old … 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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The new cycle racks at Lancaster railway station

The new, semi-upright cycle racks have now been installed at Lancaster railway station between platforms 1 and 2.  It looks as if many people are only using every second rack – probably because the design is too cramped to accommodate a bicycle in … Continue reading

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750 houses between Hala and Lancaster University?

Dynamo has been invited to comment on the scoping opinion (reference 19/00491/EIO) for 750 houses and incidentals on what are currently green fields bordered to the north by the Hala estate, to the east by the M6, and to the … Continue reading

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