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Closure of Footpath WR-678 (Kays Crossing) Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) Survey

Worcester City Council is proposing to introduce a PSPO to close Footpath WR-678 which is an access way from A44 between 168 and 172 Bromyard Road, St Johns, Worcester to the Laugherne Brook Local Nature Reserve. This includes a crossing over the railway, known as Kays Crossing. Network rail and local residents have experienced long term issues with anti-social behaviour, trespass and vandalism along this footpath.

Kays Crossing PSPO Survey

Closure of Footpath WR858 (Brickfields Walk) Public Space Protection Order Survey

Worcester City Council is proposing to introduce a PSPO to close Footpath WR-858 which is an access way from B4550 Astwood Road, Rainbow Hill, Worcester to the King George V playing fields. This includes a crossing over the railway, known as Brickfields Crossing. Network rail and local residents have experienced long term issues with anti-social behaviour, trespass and vandalism along this footpath.

The footpath has been closed since 2011 following the making of a Temporary Closure Order by Worcestershire County Council on the grounds that the crossing was unsafe for users.

Brickfields Walk PSPO Survey

Worcester City Centre Transport Strategy

The Worcester City Centre Transport Strategy will provide a framework for future transport provision and infrastructure for the city centre. This framework will address themes including accessibility for all modes of transport, traffic congestion, air quality, parking provision and the public realm.

To help identify the right projects, the City Council needs to understand more about how people currently travel, and also how they would like to travel to and from the city centre in the future.

Whether you are a resident of the city, Worcestershire or beyond, the City Council wants to hear your views if you regularly travel into, or through, Worcester’s city centre.

Please take 10 minutes to complete this survey. All participants must be 16 or over.

Worcester City Centre Transport Strategy survey

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