Warwickshire’s Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP)
Have your say on the Draft Warwickshire Walking and Cycling Infrastructure Plan
Warwickshire County Council would like to find out what people think about plans for improving infrastructure for walking and cycling.
The draft version of the Warwickshire Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) has been developed by the county council and sets out our plans for the future. It builds on previous work and has taken account of suggestions made by people on the types of walking and cycling improvements they would like to see in their local area using an online survey and interactive map.
The draft LCWIP is available to view and download below.
The consultation will run from Friday 17 June until Sunday 14 August 2022, and includes the following drop-in information sessions:
|Monday 20th June||10am-5pm||Royal Priors Shopping Centre, Leamington, CV32 4XT|
|Tuesday 21st June||10am-1pm||Coleshill Town Hall, High Street, B46 3BG|
|Tuesday 21st June||2-5pm||Atherstone Library, Long Street, CV9 1AX|
|Friday 24th June||10am-1pm||Hatters Space, Upper Abbey St, Nuneaton CV11 5DN|
|Thursday 30th June||2-5pm||Town Hall, Sheep Street Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6EF|
|Friday 1st July||11.30am – 2.30pm||St Peter & St John Church, Clifton Road, Rugby CV21 3QP|
There will be an online presentation and question and answer session on Thursday 21st July at 7pm.
Please note the link is to Microsoft Teams. If you are using a tablet or computer you can view it in your browser. If you use a mobile phone you may be prompted to download the free Microsoft Teams App. The online information event will be recorded.
Producing an LCWIP will enable the County Council and partners to:
- Demonstrate a clear commitment to walking and cycling by identifying and prioritising infrastructure improvements.
- Build on previous improvements to walking and cycling infrastructure.
- Respond to demand by local communities for better facilities.
- Provide high quality infrastructure to meet the demands of a growing population.
- Ensure that consideration is given to cycling and walking within both local planning and transport policies and strategies.
- Make the case for future funding for walking and cycling infrastructure, including Active Travel funding from the Department for Transport and developer contributions.
Draft Warwickshire Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan
To help you navigate the document, it has been split into three sections:
Part 1 – Introduction. The introduction sets out the background, methodology and extent of Warwickshire’s LCWIP.
Part 2 – Network plans. This section sets out our proposed network plans for walking and cycling in Warwickshire and provides the evidence and information we have used to develop these. We have produced a Part 2 document for each of the five districts and boroughs in Warwickshire.
- Draft LCWIP_Part 2_Network Plans_North Warwickshire (PDF, 18 MB)
- Draft LCWIP_Part 2_Network Plans_Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough (PDF, 23 MB)
- Draft LCWIP_Part 2_Network Plans_Rugby Borough (PDF, 18 MB)
- Draft LCWIP_Part 2_Network Plans_Stratford District (PDF, 21 MB)
- Draft LCWIP_Part 2_Network Plans_Warwick District (PDF, 23 MB)
Part 3 – Implementation. The implementation section provides a prioritised list of cycling schemes, along with an explanation of the methodology we have used to prepare these.
Existing walking and cycling routes
Below is an extract from the draft Warwickshire LCWIP which provides examples of different types of walking and cycling infrastructure in Warwickshire and the West Midlands:
For details of existing walking and cycling routes in Warwickshire’s towns, please visit our cycle routes pages.
For information on the current delivery programme of cycling schemes in Warwickshire, please visit our developing the network pages.
For details of other walking and cycling routes please visit our paths and trails pages.
Active travel initiatives
We are expanding our Active Travel programme to more schools and workplaces. Please visit our Safe and Active Travel pages to get involved and to see the latest updates.