Say 'No' to cycle chaos in Wallasey

On 3 June, the Government announced £10m from the Emergency Active Travel Fund would be allocated to councils in Merseyside, including Wirral.

On 14 July, councillors in Wallasey were shown detailed plans for the first time.  These plans were drawn up by the Council's Cabinet Member for the Environment, senior council officers, the Active Travel Forum and the Liverpool City Region but NOT councillors or residents in Wallasey.

The Town Hall has failed to consult with residents living along or near the route (Wheatland Lane, Liscard Road, Seaview Road, Hose Side Road, Grove Road and Warren Drive).

The plans (copies of which can be found here ) will see:

- Remove on street parking for most residents on the route
- Remove disabled parking bays
- Remove some pedestrian refuges (traffic islands)
- Remove the Hose Side Road roundabout
- Remove the Grove Road roundabout

We've set up this crowdfunding appeal to pay for leaflets, posters and an advert in the Wirral Globe to let as many people as possible know about what is planned.

Please note: none of the donations received will be handled or received by a political party - instead, withdrawals from this account will be made to pay invoices for the activities outlined above and reported on this page.

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Ian Lewis 
Wallasey, North West England, United Kingdom

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