Lancashire's Levelling Up Fund Bid Stakeholder Survey

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Purpose To support jobs and businesses, provide for a greener environment, and improve the health of residents, the council is applying to the government's Levelling Up Fund and is asking local people to get involved in shaping our proposals.

We've already assessed which areas of the county would be helped most by the fund, including looking at levels of employment, health, physical activity, air quality, car ownership, road accidents, walking and cycling, and bus and rail services.

Parts of East Lancashire will be the most likely to benefit and have the greatest potential to meet the fund objectives.

Why your views count

Feedback from local people will be used to shape long term plans for improving local travel, and will inform the bid, which aims to deliver safer and healthier streets, improved public transport, and more opportunities for walking and cycling that will help people to make healthier and greener travel choices.

If Lancashire's bid is successful, it could secure up to 50 million pounds in funding to develop a range of complementary projects that, when linked together, would significantly improve the quality of life and opportunities for people across the county but particularly in Burnley, Hyndburn, Pendle and Rossendale.

Please share your ideas that would benefit your local area to help us develop our bid for investment in transport priorities.

Subject Planning services
Cycle facilities
Footpaths, bridleways and rights of way
Public transport
Road and pavement maintenance and repairs
Road safety
The environment
Traffic management, traffic calming measures
Commissioned by Planning and Environment
Geographic area All of Lancashire
Method Questionnaire - online
Consultation with General public
Date 19/04/2022 - 11/05/2022
Undertaken by Business Intelligence, Research and Consultation

Contact information

For more information about this research contact:

Planning and Environment