A452 Chester Road improvements public consultation

By on 09/05/2011 in News

Birmingham City Council is holding a public consultation on proposals to improve Chester Road between Tyburn Road and M6 Junction 5

The A452 Chester Road is a major traffic route and forms part of the City Council's Strategic Highway Network. It provides the strategic link between the M6, A38 and the A47 and is an important access road for key industrial sites and major retail developments.

The proposed improvements would assist the traffic flow and reduce congestion along the route whilst providing improved pedestrian crossing, cycling facilities and benefits to public transport.

The improvements will also assist with access to existing and proposed developments to help continued inward investment. These include Jaguar, GKN, Dunlop and the Fort Development site.

The public consultation will run between 14 May and 24 May, and there will be exhibitions at various locations along the route between Tyburn Road and the M6 Junction 5.  The exhibitions will give local people and businesses an opportunity to view the proposals and provide comments.  City Council staff will be available to explain the proposals in more detail.

The Exhibitions will be at:

Location Date / Time Address
Castle Vale RetailMobile Exhibition Sat 14 May - 10am - 3pmTues 24 May - 3pm - 6pm Chester Road, Birmingham B35 6HB
Castle Bromwich Business ParkMobile Exhibition Wed 18 May - 11am - 2pm Tameside Drive, Birmingham B35 7AG
Bagot Arms Mobile Exhibition Thurs 19 May - 4pm - 7pmFri 20 May - 9am - 1pm Eachelhurst Road,
Birmingham B24 0QL
B & Q Car Park Mobile Exhibition Mon 23 May - 3pm - 6pm Dunlop Way, off Chester Road,
Castle Vale
Birmingham
B35 7RD

The scheme proposals have been published on the Birmingham City Council website and will also be available for viewing at the locations listed above.

People can respond to the consultation on the website at http://birmingham.gov.uk or by completing a questionnaire form which can be obtained at the exhibitions.

For further information go to at http://birmingham.gov.uk or contact Saaied Manzoor on 0121 675 6520 or saaied.manzoor@birmingham.gov.uk

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