Joint Transport Plan (West of England)

South Gloucestershire along with the West of England's three other local authorities have launched a public consultation as part of the Joint Transport Study, which will inform high level strategy and the delivery of major transport schemes throughout the area until 2036.

We want to ask people who live, work and travel in the West of England about the key transport issues affecting the area, and what sort of transport solutions we should look at over the next 20 years.

This is the first stage of the process to agree a strategy through to 2036. Local communities and stakeholders will have further opportunities to comment over the coming months.

To find out more about the Joint Transport Study please read the Summary Document and visit the dedicated web pages: https://www.jointplanningwofe.org.uk/consult.ti/JTSissues2015/consultationHome

This consultation about the first stage in the transport study is open until 29 January 2016.

South Gloucestershire Council, Bath and North East Somerset Council, Bristol City Council and North Somerset Council are preparing the study in parallel with the West of England's Joint Spatial Plan, which is looking at how to meet the need for housing and employment space up to 2036.

Take part and have your say

The Joint Transport Study provides you with a chance to tell us how you think transport should be provided in the West of England over the next 20 years. It’s essential that people take the opportunity to have their say on transport issues in our area and your ideas for the future, as it will play such an important part in the success of our area.

Comments can be made on anything relating to the Joint Transport Study between Monday 9 November 2015 and 5pm on Friday 29 January 2016.

To have your say, you can respond in the following ways:

We are particularly keen to find out if you feel that all relevant areas are being considered and whether you think there are any specific impacts or alternatives that the council and its partners should consider.

Information is also available from your local South Gloucestershire library and One Stop Shop

This consultation has now closed and we are analysing the results, which will be published here in due course.

Timeline

  • Opened
    9 Nov 2015 at 10:00
  • Closed
    29 Jan 2016 at 17:00

Documents

Details

Consultation Topic
  • Democracy and participation
  • Environment
  • Health services and facilities
  • Housing issues
  • Jobs, careers and employment
  • Local economy & business issues
  • Local highways and transportation projects
  • Planning policy & strategy
  • Regeneration issues
  • Spending and budget
  • Sport & leisure
  • Transportation planning & policy
  • Voluntary and community sector issues
Geographical area
  • Almondsbury
  • Bitton
  • Boyd Valley
  • Bradley Stoke Central and Stoke Lodge
  • Bradley Stoke North
  • Bradley Stoke South
  • Charfield
  • Chipping Sodbury
  • Cotswold Edge
  • Dodington
  • Downend
  • Emersons Green
  • Filton
  • Frampton Cotterell
  • Frenchay and Stoke Park
  • Hanham
  • Kings Chase
  • Ladden Brook
  • Longwell Green
  • Oldland Common
  • Parkwall
  • Patchway
  • Pilning and Severn Beach
  • Rodway
  • Severn
  • Siston
  • Staple Hill
  • Stoke Gifford
  • Thornbury North
  • Thornbury South and Alveston
  • Westerleigh
  • Winterbourne
  • Woodstock
  • Yate Central
  • Yate North
Marking a consultation as relevant to a particular audience indicates that it may be of special relevance to people within that group. It doesn't, however, mean that other groups wont find the consultation of interest - we welcome responses from everybody.
For example, education issues may be of particular interest to Parents & Guardians, and so will be shown to people searching the system for parenting issues, but the views of others (eg: Business, Faith Groups) are also relevant.
Target Audience
  • All residents
  • Businesses & employers
  • Central government
  • Councillors / MPs / MEPs
  • Expert stakeholders
  • General public
  • Housing Association tenants
  • Neighbouring authorities
  • Partner agencies
  • Police
  • Scrutiny commissions / panels
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Town and Parish Councils
  • Visitors, tourists & non-residents
  • Voluntary and community groups / organisations