Last updated 25 May 2018
Come and have your say on our transport plans at events across Stockport
We'd like your views on plans to continue improving transport for everyone across Stockport, through our South East Manchester Multi-Modal Strategy at events in your area.
Working together with partners, to make it easier for everyone to travel around the area whether by bus, car, rail, bike or foot; a lot has been already been achieved since the original strategy launched in 2001.
We’re now updating the strategy to identify transport priorities until 2040 to make sure our work continues to improve transport networks even further for both now and the future.
At the drop-in events, you will be able to speak to a member of the Council's project team to find out more about SEMMMS and provide your comments.
Find your local event below:
- Marple - Tuesday 29th May from 4:30 – 8:00pm at St Martin’s Parish Church Meeting Hall, Brabyns Brow, SK6 5DT
- Cheadle - Thursday 31st May from 4:00 – 8:00pm at St Mary’s Church Upper Room, Wilmslow Road, Cheadle, SK8 1DW
- Bredbury - Friday 1st June from 1:30-6:00pm at Bredbury Library, George Lane, SK6 1DJ
- Reddish - Monday 11th June from 5:00 – 8:00pm at Houldsworth Sports Village Meeting Room, Broadstone Road, SK5 7AT
- Bramhall - Thursday 14th June from 3:00 – 7:00pm in Bramhall Library Community Room, Bramhall Lane South, SK7 2DU
- Hazel Grove - Wednesday 20th June from 4:00 – 8:00pm at Hazel Grove Civic Centre, London Road, SK7 4DF
Residents are also able to have your say online at www.semmms.info until Monday 2nd July.
Whilst each of the projects identified in the draft strategy is seen as important, this consultation does not give a green light for work to begin on any of them. Each project will be subject to its own full consultation as it progresses and business cases are developed.
Mark Glynn, Strategic Head of Place Management at Stockport Council said: “We want to continue building on our town’s first class connectivity for both now and the future, and this is your chance to have your say on what our transport priorities should be across south east Manchester until 2040.
“To help us to put together the best plan possible I’d encourage everyone to get involved and give us their views either at one of the drop-in events or online.”