Next Chapter Discussion at Ash Green Community Primary School (lower site) Thursday 19 May

As part of the consultation for the development of Mixenden and Ash Green you are invited to join us at Ash Green Community Primary School (lower site) on Thursday 19 May 2022, 2 – 6 pm to meet our team and discuss the proposals.

If you live in, work around, or visit Ash Green Community Primary School and Mixenden, we would like to hear from you.We are consulting on the latest proposals for the Community Streets Mixenden – Ash Green project, which is at the concept stage.There is a short survey to complete. Please take a moment to give us your feedback and any comments you would like to make on the proposals.You can also:

If you or someone you know would prefer to give feedback by post please call our contact centre on 01422 288 002 and ask for a printed copy of the Ash Green consultation pack.Your views are important so please let us know what you think.

The consultation runs Friday 6 May to midnight on Sunday 5 June 2022.

Construction underwayWork on the A629 Calder and Hebble junction (phase 1b) project is progressing well.Completion of the scheme is planned for spring 2023. recent works included the demolition of the former Punchbowl pub as part of the ongoing work to widen the carriageway.

2 thoughts on “Next Chapter Discussion at Ash Green Community Primary School (lower site) Thursday 19 May

  1. I was not aware of the consultation on Ash Green School active travel neighbourhood until after the consultation period ended, but I have comments. I garden the flower beds in the church park and a gardener comes fortnightly to mow the grass. We need access to the park occasionally. Will it be possible to park by the sloped access to the park which is the easiest access? Also, I think planting 4 trees at the edge of Sunnybank Rd is not a good idea. 3 of us did a lot of clearing of trees and bushes over the winter because the antisocial behaviour in the park eg fires and we wanted clearer sight lines. I would be very keen for the trees to be replaced with something like wild flower meadow which would soften the view without compromising vision across the park. Thanks, Marian Bishop

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