Priory Wood Active Travel Connectivity Survey

 
About the Priory Wood Active Travel Connectivity Project
 
Liverpool City Council has commissioned a project to improve access for pedestrians and cyclists through Priory Wood, near St Michael’s railway station, without encroaching on or damaging the wood. The project is part of a series of interventions across Merseyside within the European Union and Liverpool City Region funded Sustainable Urban Development Programme.  

This part of the project is seeking solutions for improvements to the active travel connections between the Festival Garden site and St Michael’s Station and on to the wider Aigburth area.  We are hoping to get people’s thoughts on how we can improve the access to and through the wood along the existing path.

It is important for us to ensure that this access is suitable for everyone including families with small children, those using a larger non-standard cycle, people that use mobility aids or who are blind or partially sighted as well as people with learning difficulties. This might mean changing the existing entry features and gates, developing a way of separating the bikes from other users, improving the signage and generally making the space more welcoming.

Priory Wood currently has a path that takes you between Southwood Road and Riverside Drive and we would like to improve this as much as possible within the existing constraints and without altering any of the lovely woodland.

Map of Priory Wood showing the route of the path.
Map showing Priory Wood with the path and the location of the station and Festival Gardens at either end
About this survey

We will be sharing your valuable input with our consultants so they can use it to inform the designs for the improvements. The survey is anonymous so we do not need any personal or identifying information.

Please complete the survey by midnight on Sunday 16 August 2020.

Once we have your thoughts and ideas we will develop an outline plan for the improvements to access to and through Priory Wood.  We will share this with everyone via the LCC Active Travel pages (https://liverpool.gov.uk/parking-roads-and-travel/getting-around-liverpool/cycling/ ) and through our social media channels.
 

We look forward to hearing your thoughts and ideas.