East Sussex Local Cycling & Walking Infrastructure Plan Public Consultation 2020

Closed 11 Dec 2020

Opened 30 Oct 2020


The East Sussex Local Cycling & Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) sets out proposed cycling and walking networks and measures within specific areas of the County. At this stage the plan indicates a potential alignment of a route; it does not contain detailed proposals.

It is focussed on areas of the County where there are the greatest opportunities to increase levels of cycling and walking, with an emphasis on delivering infrastructure improvements which will support those people who currently do not cycle or walk.

 Having a plan in place will put us and our partners in a stronger position to secure future investment from a range of funding sources.

Why your views matter

The proposed cycling and walking networks indicate the potential alignment of a route or measure, demonstrating how they can connect people with the places they may often travel on everyday journeys, such as for school, employment, shopping or leisure.

So we want to know if we have connected the right places, and if not, give you the opportunity to tell us and share your ideas. We would also like to know about any current cycling or walking trips that you may take, any barriers that you face in cycling and walking and what measures you would like to see come forward in the future.

Before completing the questionnaire please refer to the East Sussex LCWIP Summary document. This will provide you with enough information to answer the questions. However should you require more detailed information on the development of the East Sussex LCWIP, please refer to the accompanying appendices.

What happens next

The results of the consultation will be reviewed in January 2021. Once the comments have been considered the document will be updated accordingly. We will look to seek approval of this document at ESCC Cabinet meeting early in 2021.


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background


  • Children and young people
  • Older people
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Disability
  • Mental health
  • Strategies and policies