Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton Greenways Consultation


The Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton Greenways consultations have now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part.


Background

In 2016, the Greater Cambridge Partnership commissioned a consultant to review twelve routes to improve cycle, walking and equestrian links from villages around Cambridge into the city.

Following this review, we worked collaboratively with local residents and members of the public to develop the best routes for their areas.

These routes have been labelled the 'Greenways'.

There are 12 Greenways planned in total:

  • Waterbeach Greenway
  • Horningsea Greenway
  • Swaffham Greenway
  • Bottisham Greenway
  • Fulbourn Greenway
  • Linton Greenway
  • Sawston Greenway
  • Melbourn Greenway
  • Haslingfield Greenway
  • Barton Greenway
  • Comberton Greenway
  • St Ives Greenway


Consultation on ideas

After early engagement with the public, we developed routes for these Greenways to enable cyclists, walkers and equestrians to travel sustainably from Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton into Cambridge.

From 15 October 2018 to 03 December 2018 we gathered views on the Waterbeach and Fulbourn routes. The consultation on the Comberton route ran from 29 October 2018 to 17 December 2018.

The results of these consultations are now being analysed to help determine how to proceed the schemes.

Contact Us

Via phone 01223 699906

Facebook www.facebook.com/GreaterCam/(External link)

Twitter twitter.com/GreaterCambs

You can read more about the Greenways project on our website.




The Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton Greenways consultations have now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part.


Background

In 2016, the Greater Cambridge Partnership commissioned a consultant to review twelve routes to improve cycle, walking and equestrian links from villages around Cambridge into the city.

Following this review, we worked collaboratively with local residents and members of the public to develop the best routes for their areas.

These routes have been labelled the 'Greenways'.

There are 12 Greenways planned in total:

  • Waterbeach Greenway
  • Horningsea Greenway
  • Swaffham Greenway
  • Bottisham Greenway
  • Fulbourn Greenway
  • Linton Greenway
  • Sawston Greenway
  • Melbourn Greenway
  • Haslingfield Greenway
  • Barton Greenway
  • Comberton Greenway
  • St Ives Greenway


Consultation on ideas

After early engagement with the public, we developed routes for these Greenways to enable cyclists, walkers and equestrians to travel sustainably from Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton into Cambridge.

From 15 October 2018 to 03 December 2018 we gathered views on the Waterbeach and Fulbourn routes. The consultation on the Comberton route ran from 29 October 2018 to 17 December 2018.

The results of these consultations are now being analysed to help determine how to proceed the schemes.

Contact Us

Via phone 01223 699906

Facebook www.facebook.com/GreaterCam/(External link)

Twitter twitter.com/GreaterCambs

You can read more about the Greenways project on our website.



Waterbeach Map

14 days

Please leave your comments and suggestions by placing a pin on the map. All answers will go towards the final consultation report.

Please leave your comments and suggestions by placing a pin on the map. All answers will go towards the final consultation report.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded

Fulbourn Map

14 days

Please leave your comments and suggestions by placing a pin on the map. All answers will go towards the final consultation report.

Please leave your comments and suggestions by placing a pin on the map. All answers will go towards the final consultation report.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded

Comberton Map

about 3 hours

Please leave your comments and suggestions by placing a pin on the map. All answers will go towards the final consultation report.

Please leave your comments and suggestions by placing a pin on the map. All answers will go towards the final consultation report.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded