People in Three Rivers area have been invited to take part in a survey that will bid to improve walking routes in the area.
The district council is working with national charity Living Streets and wants to know what residents and visitors to the area think works well and what they think could be improved about the area’s walking zones.
The results from the survey will be used to inform changes to new highway schemes and local streetscape improvements. By identifying physical barriers to access as well, easier access will also be made for those going into town centres and retail parades.
Living Streets have also been assessing proposed ‘Walking Zones’ using groups of local volunteers to measure the quality of the environment for walkers in Abbots Langley, Chorleywood, Croxley Green, Rickmansworth and South Oxhey.
Councillor Paul Rainbow, the council’s lead member for transport and economic development, said: “This is an exciting opportunity to find out exactly what people think of certain areas of the district, with a view to doing what we can to make those areas better walking experiences. We would like to hear from people who live in, work in and visit the area.”
The survey will close on Friday, September 30. To take part, visit this web link.