Category Archives: Lancaster

Dynamo letter on air quality

Dick’s letter on air quality appeared in this week’s Lancaster Guardian: Seventy-nine car parking spaces at St George’s Works on the quay have been given planning permission by Lancaster City Council as part of the package of new student accommodation, … Continue reading

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Teeny extension to Quernmore Road shared-use path

At the risk of sounding as if she has nothing better to do, Patricia checked up on the cliff-edge end to the newish Quernmore Road shared-use path which Dynamo complained about a year ago.  (Opposite the Williamson Park entrance.) The good … Continue reading

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A site visit for Lancaster’s Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP)

On 26 September, under grey skies, Matt Hodges and Tim Dant from Dynamo did some blue skies thinking with a team of planners, consultants and engineers from Lancashire County Council, Lancaster City and Lancaster University. Eight of us set off from … Continue reading

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Long Marsh Lane to become a no-through-road

Long Marsh Lane in Lancaster is to become a no-through road as part of the conditions of planning permission 17/00203 for 149 new houses on St George’s Quay.  At the moment it is becoming more and more hazardous crossing from … 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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More objections to planning applications

Dynamo has objected to two planning applications currently in the pipeline: Offices and factory on land off Imperial Road, Heysham – 18/00154/FUL Dynamo (Lancaster & District Cycle Campaign) objects strongly to this application for the following reasons: * This is … 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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