Improvements to King Street, Knutsford - archived material
We are looking into possible improvements to King Street, Knutsford, developing the work by Knutsford Town Centre Working Group in August 2012.
The identified issues include:
- narrow pavements
- vehicular dominated urban environment
- poor pedestrian priority
- limited ‘green’ infrastructure within King Street
- mismatch of street furniture and lighting
- low quality surfaces
- limited opportunity to sit and rest
Proposed improvements to King Street, Knutsford
The scheme aims to:
- enhance the vitality of the town centre and increase retail footfall
- support the visitor economy
- create an accessible environment for pedestrians and mobility impaired
- maintain as much on-street parking as possible
- maintain vehicular access at all times
- conserve and enhance the historic character of the street
The scheme will use high quality materials,within the scheme budget, to complement the unique local architectural and historic setting. This combination will improve the pedestrian environment and experience and will create a vibrant public space. We want to enhance King Street for all users and accommodate some on street parking.
The high quality materials could include:
- grey , buff or pink/ orange coloured flagstones for footpaths to complement the architectural and historic setting of King Street
- road surface - grey, dark grey or pink / orange coloured stone to conceal marks made by vehicular traffic
- white kerbs for clear distinction between footway and carriageway
What do you think of the proposals?
Drop in, see the plans and materials and tell the project team what you think at Curzon Cinema on
- Wednesday 3 December 2014 between 4pm and 8pm
- Saturday 6 December between 10am and 4pm
There is an exhibition of the plans for King Street at Knutsford Library between 29 November and 13 December 2014.
Please complete our feedback questionnaire (MS Word, 428KB) and return this to us by:
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