You are invited to a drop in session to discuss the Fluin Lane Air Quality Action Plan on Monday 31 July.
We are in the final days of consultation on Cheshire West & Chester Council’s Action Plan to improve air quality in Frodsham, particularly around the Fluin Lane junction with the A56.
The proposals include possible changes to the junctions of Fluin Lane and St Hilda’s Drive with the A56 and increasing the capacity of the Bear’s Paw junction, so have implications for most people living in Frodsham.
Cheshire West & Chester Council will be holding a final drop-in event at the Community Centre to discuss the Fluin Lane air quality action plan consultation which is currently underway. Members of staff will be on hand to explain and discuss the details of the proposal, attempt to answer any queries that people may have, learn their thoughts and suggestions and collect feedback.
Date: 31st July 2017
Time: 5pm – 8pm
Location: Frodsham Community Centre, Fluin Lane, Frodsham, WA6 7QN
A 30 minute formal presentation of the proposal will take place at 6.45pm.
Further details can be found here.
The consultation period has been extended and now closes on 4th August 2017. People unable to attend the drop-in event can still provide their views by emailing CWaC’s Environmental Protection Team by following the link above.