THE SURFACE

We asked you to tell us which surface you would prefer on King William Road. 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 majority of those people who participated in the consultation opportunity preferred that King WIlliam Road keep its paver design. To follow are the results of the consultation conducted. 

 

 

ALL PAVED

Paved road | Paved footpath | Paved parking

 

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

Retains the unique and distinct character of the existing streetscape. Pavers are likely to take the longest construction time and therefore will have the longest disruption.

Results: 101 out of 191 or 54% preferred this option

BITUMEN ROAD

Bitumen road | Paved footpath | Paved parking

 

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

While bitumen simplifies the construction and reduces road noise, it removes King William Road’s unique character and identity. A bitumen road is likely to be built the quickest and so will incur the least disruption.

Results: 32 out of 191 or 16% preferred this option

BITUMEN AND PAVED ROAD

Bitumen road with paved intersections | Paved footpath | Paved parking

 

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

Retains some of the unique character and reduces road noise. Likely to require a moderate construction timeframe.

Results: 58 out of 191 or 30% preferred this option

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