As part of the
Cycling City and Connect2 Projects, Bristol City Council in partnership with North Somerset Council are proposing to build a new shared pedestrian and cycle path connecting
Clanage Road to Ashton Road. The path would avoid the busy A370 Brunel Way. The proposed path across the bottom of the estate grounds affords spectacular views of the Grade I Listed Mansion House and the Grade II* Listed Landscape. The proposed path would leave Ashton Road at the car park driveway entrance and would follow the estate boundary as far as the University Arts Campus on Kennel Lodge Road.
We would welcome your views and comments which will help inform the design of this scheme. With all proposals there are local impacts that need to be taken into consideration. Following the consultation period we will submit a planning application. For further information or to make your views known please contact us using the details on the back of the leaflet. Please open the attached consultation leaflet, Ashton Court Consultation,
Ashton Court Consultation Leaflet.pdf to find out more about the proposals and respond with your comments:
Email your comments to Or
write to: Customer Focus (JU/WH) Freepost BS6529 Bristol BS1 5BR Jon Usher, Project Officer, Infrastructure Cycling City Team, Major Projects Team Tel: 0117 90 36676: Fax: 0117 90 36830

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