GCP Melbourn Greenway

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This consultation has now closed – thank you for your contributions.

Our engagement period took place between 3 October and 28 October 2022.

The Melbourn Greenway will provide a safer and better route for people walking, cycling and, where appropriate, horse-riding, along the A10 corridor south of the M11 towards Royston, connecting Melbourn, Hauxton, Harston, Foxton with improved links to Shepreth and Meldreth railway stations.

The Greater Cambridge Greenways will follow off-road paths, along quiet streets or provide improved facilities along busier roads to provide more people with safer, easier and more direct routes in and out of Cambridge.

The Melbourn Greenway is one of twelve Greater Cambridge Greenways that will make journeys more sustainable, provide healthier alternatives to the car and allow people to enjoy the Cambridgeshire countryside for leisure purposes. They will also help to make local journeys, such as school and nursery runs safer and easier.

Public Engagement

The feedback received from our previous consultation has informed the route alignment and shaped the proposals being presented in our accompanying brochure and drawings.

We have provided the survey below, which will open at midday 03 October, for you to give your views on our design proposals.

Please ensure your response reaches us by midday on 28 October 2022.

You can also attend our online and in person events. Find out about upcoming events in the Key Dates section and register for the Zoom event on 11th October.

If you require any of the material in an alternative format or language, please email: consultations@greatercambridge.org.uk or call 01223 699906.

If you are unable to complete the form online, fill in the Microsoft Word version and return to:

Greater Cambridge Partnership
PO Box 1493, Mandela House
4 Regent Street, Cambridge
CB1 0YR

Separately to the GCP, Hertfordshire County Council are currently consulting on the North Hertfordshire Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan. You can find out more information on their website under the Useful Links section of this page .

This consultation has now closed – thank you for your contributions.

Our engagement period took place between 3 October and 28 October 2022.

The Melbourn Greenway will provide a safer and better route for people walking, cycling and, where appropriate, horse-riding, along the A10 corridor south of the M11 towards Royston, connecting Melbourn, Hauxton, Harston, Foxton with improved links to Shepreth and Meldreth railway stations.

The Greater Cambridge Greenways will follow off-road paths, along quiet streets or provide improved facilities along busier roads to provide more people with safer, easier and more direct routes in and out of Cambridge.

The Melbourn Greenway is one of twelve Greater Cambridge Greenways that will make journeys more sustainable, provide healthier alternatives to the car and allow people to enjoy the Cambridgeshire countryside for leisure purposes. They will also help to make local journeys, such as school and nursery runs safer and easier.

Public Engagement

The feedback received from our previous consultation has informed the route alignment and shaped the proposals being presented in our accompanying brochure and drawings.

We have provided the survey below, which will open at midday 03 October, for you to give your views on our design proposals.

Please ensure your response reaches us by midday on 28 October 2022.

You can also attend our online and in person events. Find out about upcoming events in the Key Dates section and register for the Zoom event on 11th October.

If you require any of the material in an alternative format or language, please email: consultations@greatercambridge.org.uk or call 01223 699906.

If you are unable to complete the form online, fill in the Microsoft Word version and return to:

Greater Cambridge Partnership
PO Box 1493, Mandela House
4 Regent Street, Cambridge
CB1 0YR

Separately to the GCP, Hertfordshire County Council are currently consulting on the North Hertfordshire Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan. You can find out more information on their website under the Useful Links section of this page .

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