Trafford Council Consultations
We are working with City of Trees, The Friends of Longford Park and consultants AECOM to develop a vision and masterplan to guide the park’s continued improvement and secure its sustained success in the long term.
The aim is to develop a masterplan that is the product of consultation with local people and stakeholders and one which can form the basis of a funding bid to the National Lottery Fund for Heritage later this year.
The closing date for the survey is Friday 22nd March.
Former William Wroe Golf Course
This survey asks the community their thoughts on the future of the former William Wroe Golf Course. There is a public consultation event on 14th March, 4-7pm at Flixton House where more information will be available and the questions below link to the themes presented and issued explored on the boards that evening.
The closing date for the survey is Sunday 24nd March.
Consultation on All Age Travel Assistance Policy
Trafford Council is launching a consultation on its all Age Travel Assistance Policy for 2019.
The Policy which provides assistance to parents for their children's education travel costs is reviewed annually and the Council is keen to hear people’s views on the proposals.
Proposed resident parking schemes
Over recent years requests for the introduction of resident parking schemes have risen significantly. There are proposals to assess these requests, which have been grouped together to form 24 individual proposed schemes. Please click on the scheme reference number or name for a list of streets and plan of each scheme.
Trafford community and voluntary controlled schools - Proposed 2020 admission arrangements
Trafford Council proposes two changes to school admissions in 2020:
- Combine the Templemoor / Moorlands / Worthington catchment areas;
- Introduce priority admissions for children who were adopted from abroad.
You are invited to read and comment on these proposals and on the relevant policies.
Civic Quarter Masterplan
Take 120 acres of land, an iconic Town Hall building, a world class sporting venue, a new ground-breaking higher education institution, and you have all the makings of living, breathing Civic Quarter for everyone – a shared public space that is a pleasure to spend time in, whether you live, work or play here.
Please help us create a vision for the Trafford Civic Quarter that is right for everyone in Trafford – and right for you.
The Refreshed Stretford Masterplan
The ‘Refreshed Stretford Masterplan’ contains proposals for ways in which we think we could revitalise the town, placing Stretford on the map, attracting investment and making it a great place to live, work and play for everyone. You can view information on the proposals on the The Refreshed Stretford Masterplan webpage.