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Consultation briefing – Winchester Movement Strategy
Name of consultation: City of Winchester Movement Strategy Consultation
Period of consultation: Midday, Monday 30 October 2017 to 11:59pm Friday 8
What is being consulted on
This is a joint consultation. Hampshire County Council and Winchester City Council
are seeking residents’ and stakeholders’ views on travel and transport constraints
within Winchester, and how these might be addressed to improve movement
throughout the City.
The consultation seeks to clarify the key priorities for movement across the City and
to gather ideas for how these priorities could be addressed.”
Consultation feedback will help to inform a new Movement Strategy for Winchester,
which will set out priorities and options for change over the next 20-30 years.
This is an early stage consultation. Currently, nothing has been decided and the
suggested priorities and examples within the Information Pack are primarily
included to provide a context for responses. Depending on the outcomes of the
consultation and other evidence gathered during this part of the development
process, they may or may not be taken forwards.
This strategy has the potential to impact on everyone who lives in, works in, visits
or passes through Winchester, whether travelling by car, or public transport, on
bike or by foot. Therefore, it’s important that everyone’s voices are heard.
We are aware that the challenges and constraints are potentially difficult to
resolve, but having a robust and widely supported Strategy will help inform local
authority decisions and support future funding bids that could enable significant
We would encourage everyone to read the Information Pack before submitting
A range of consultation exercises will be carried out to ensure that all residents and
stakeholders have the opportunity to tell us their views. We expect calls to primarily
relate to the open public consultation, but you may receive occasional queries about
the other two parts.
Open Public Consultation
This part of the process is open to everyone. All information can be found online at:
and also accessed via: www.hants.gov.uk/consultations
People should be encouraged to submit their feedback via the consultation
Response Form, which can also be found on these pages.
If people aren’t able to respond online, they can request a paper copy Response
Form from [email protected] or by phoning Hampshire County
Council on Tel: 0300 555 1388*
The Information Pack and Response Form can also be made available in other
formats, such as Braille, audit, Easy Read or large print; again on request as detailed
Freepost envelopes will be provided with hard copy response forms. If envelopes are
lost or misplaced, responses can be posted to: Freepost HAMPSHIRE.
This part of the consultation is by invitation only. Winchester residents will be chosen
at random to share their views in a telephone survey aiming to ensure a
representative sample of local people. The survey will be conducted by independent
consultants Atkins, Hampshire County Council’s Strategic Partner, during late
October and November 2017.
This part of the consultation is by invitation only. Stakeholder workshops will be held
to hear and understand the views of delivery partners, local interest groups and
elected Members of Hampshire County Council and Winchester City Council as part
of this consultation.
Following the consultation
A summary of the responses to this consultation and the analysis will be made
available to the public on the www.hants.gov.uk/winchestermovementstrategy
Once results are collated and considered, a draft movement strategy will be
developed. This will be subject to a further round of consultation in 2018.
Contact for further information
Hampshire County Council’s strategic transport team will handle requests and
queries via: [email protected]
Please also refer any requests for paper copies to this email address.
An FAQs document has been provided to assist with dealing with enquiries. This
document will be updated over the course of the consultation to reflect any new or
emerging issues, and will be made available on the consultation website