THE STRUCTURE

We asked you to tell us which type of streetscape structure you would prefer. During this second consultation period, we hosted 12 consultation sessions with 112 attendees. We also received 79 online responses via our YourSay online survey. 

 

We found that the vast majority of those people who participated in the consultation opportunity preferred the structure that made the most amount of change when compared to the current design of King William Road. To follow are the results.

 

 

OPTION 1 - MOST CHANGE

The image is a diagram intended to represent possible changes to King William Road for the purpose of consultation only.

Maximises spaces for people

Maximises greening opportunities

Maximises pedestrian crossings

Reduces on-street parking

 

101 

Greening 

elements

Pedestrian 

crossing

points

16 

Outdoor 

spaces

73 

On-street 

car spaces

Results: 108 out of 191 or 58% preferred this option

OPTION 2 - SOME CHANGE

The image is a diagram intended to represent possible changes to King William Road for the purpose of consultation only.

Increases spaces for people

Increases greening opportunities

Increases pedestrian crossings

Slightly reduces on-street parking

93 

Greening 

elements

Pedestrian 

crossing

points

18 

Outdoor 

spaces

82 

On-street 

car spaces

Results: 48 out of 191 or 25% preferred this option

OPTION 3 - LEAST CHANGE

The image is a diagram intended to represent possible changes to King William Road for the purpose of consultation only.

Allows some additional spaces for people

Allows some additional greening

Allows some new pedestrian crossings

Retains existing on-street parking

54 

Greening 

elements

Pedestrian 

crossing

points

6

Outdoor 

spaces

93

On-street 

car spaces

Results: 33 out of 191 or 17% preferred this option

 

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