Chichester District Council — Chichester City Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan

Closed 19 Oct 2020

Opened 18 Sep 2020


Chichester District Council are developing a plan to help identify long term cycling and walking improvements in Chichester City centre and the surrounding area, and would like to hear your thoughts.

Whether it's a quick trip to the shop or a visit to the local park, the commute to work or journey to school, the Chichester City Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan aims to identify ways in which travel routes in and around the city can be made safer and easier for people who cycle and walk, including for those using wheelchairs, pushchairs and mobility scooters. In turn, this will enable and encourage more active travel.

Chichester District Council is one of a partnership of local authorities delivering Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans across West Sussex. Over the last year, officers have been working hard to develop a plan that, once adopted, will inform both the Local Plan Review and future investment decision-making by the agencies responsible for planning, roads and pathways. It will also help when bidding for grant funding and supports the Government's strategy to increase the number of walking and cycling journeys, especially following lockdown.


Why we are consulting

Chichester District Council would like to hear your views on our proposals for long term cycling and walking improvements in Chichester City andthe surrounding areas.

To view the plan and share your views in an easy-to-complete survey, simply click on the link provided before midnight on 19 October. On this page, you can also find a range of Frequently Asked Questions to give extra context and background.


Accessibility statement:

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  • Chichester District


  • Anyone from any background


  • Cycle Routes
  • Pavements
  • Cycling
  • Walking