The council is planning on upgrading a path in Stoke Park, to make it easier for more people to use the park and to support new housing in the area.

As well as enabling more people to enjoy the park, the upgraded path would  also connect Lockleaze with the existing all-weather path in Stoke Park that runs from Cheswick Village to the M32 underpass, so it will be easier to travel from Lockleaze to Frenchay, Broomhill, and other destinations. 

They have also chosen this route because the Stoke Park Conservation Management Plan identifies upgrading the historic carriage drive as a priority. The work they’re doing tries to make the path as accessible as possible while also combining well with the Conservation Management Plan.

As part of improving access for those with mobility difficulties and limiting illegal motorcycle entry to the park, they are also interested in your views on whether they should improve the access barriers around Stoke Park. They’d also like to hear your suggestions for other features, such as seating and information boards.

Whilst somewhat far away from our ward, there may be people who use Stoke Park regularly, in which case I’d encourage you to take part in the consultation

Click here – closes 4/11/18

The existing all-weather path on Stoke Park
The existing all-weather path on Stoke Park
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