Queen Anne Terrace Cycle Parking Consultation

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This consultation is now closed. Thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback and contributions.



Introduction

The Greater Cambridge Partnership and Cambridge City Council are working together to review cycle parking at the Queen Anne Terrace Car Park on Gonville Place, Cambridge. The car park is on the edge of the city centre, adjacent to Parkers Piece and close to many businesses and amenities including the Parkside pool and gym.

This consultation is an opportunity for new and existing users to contribute to proposed capacity and security enhancements for this area.

Your feedback will help us formulate proposals for security and capacity enhancements to the existing cycle parking provision.

This project forms part of the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s aim to create better and greener transport networks, connecting people to homes, jobs, study and opportunity.

Cambridge City Council and the GCP will use the results of this consultation to inform plans to improve cycle parking at the Queen Anne Terrace Car Park in the short and longer term.

Covid-19

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation we are not holding face-to-face events as part of this consultation.

Contact information

We recognise that not everyone will want to respond to the consultation online and people can contact us to request a paper copy of the survey:

Telephone: 01223 699906


The consultation closes at midday on Monday 12 July 2021.

This consultation is now closed. Thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback and contributions.



Introduction

The Greater Cambridge Partnership and Cambridge City Council are working together to review cycle parking at the Queen Anne Terrace Car Park on Gonville Place, Cambridge. The car park is on the edge of the city centre, adjacent to Parkers Piece and close to many businesses and amenities including the Parkside pool and gym.

This consultation is an opportunity for new and existing users to contribute to proposed capacity and security enhancements for this area.

Your feedback will help us formulate proposals for security and capacity enhancements to the existing cycle parking provision.

This project forms part of the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s aim to create better and greener transport networks, connecting people to homes, jobs, study and opportunity.

Cambridge City Council and the GCP will use the results of this consultation to inform plans to improve cycle parking at the Queen Anne Terrace Car Park in the short and longer term.

Covid-19

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation we are not holding face-to-face events as part of this consultation.

Contact information

We recognise that not everyone will want to respond to the consultation online and people can contact us to request a paper copy of the survey:

Telephone: 01223 699906


The consultation closes at midday on Monday 12 July 2021.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Cambridge City Council and Cambridgeshire County Council are looking to improve cycle parking facilities around Queen Anne Terrace Car Park and the Kelsey Kerridge Sports and Recreation Centre. Whether you use the existing cycle parking facilities for access to the sports centre, or for business or leisure activities in and around the city, this consultation is an opportunity for new and existing users to contribute to proposed capacity and security enhancements for this area.

    We look forward to receiving all relevant contributions which will assist in providing users with an enhanced and well-used cycle parking facility in this area.


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