Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton Greenways Consultation


We want to hear your views on the proposed Greenways in Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton

Consultation surveys: Waterbeach - Fulbourn


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. These 12 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


What are we consulting on?

Following early engagement, with the public, these routes are being suggested to enable cyclists, walkers and equestrians to travel sustainably from Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton into Cambridge.

We would like your input to help in creating these community-led schemes that local residents can be proud of and use frequently.

You can find all of the detailed information on each proposed route via the consultation leaflets.


Surveys

You can give us your feedback on the schemes by filling out the consultation surveys. Results from these surveys will be used to help decide how to build each route.

The Waterbeach and Fulbourn consultations will be open from 15 October 2018 to 03 December 2018. The Comberton consultation will be open from 29 October 2018 to 17 December 2018.


Maps

You can also find interactive maps below which will enable you to leave comments and feedback on specific areas of the proposed routes.


Waterbeach


Fulbourn











Contact Us

If you would like to give a more detailed response to the consultation, please email us your response consultations@greatercambridge.org.uk

You can also reach 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.




We want to hear your views on the proposed Greenways in Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton

Consultation surveys: Waterbeach - Fulbourn


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. These 12 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


What are we consulting on?

Following early engagement, with the public, these routes are being suggested to enable cyclists, walkers and equestrians to travel sustainably from Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton into Cambridge.

We would like your input to help in creating these community-led schemes that local residents can be proud of and use frequently.

You can find all of the detailed information on each proposed route via the consultation leaflets.


Surveys

You can give us your feedback on the schemes by filling out the consultation surveys. Results from these surveys will be used to help decide how to build each route.

The Waterbeach and Fulbourn consultations will be open from 15 October 2018 to 03 December 2018. The Comberton consultation will be open from 29 October 2018 to 17 December 2018.


Maps

You can also find interactive maps below which will enable you to leave comments and feedback on specific areas of the proposed routes.


Waterbeach


Fulbourn











Contact Us

If you would like to give a more detailed response to the consultation, please email us your response consultations@greatercambridge.org.uk

You can also reach 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.