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Second consultation taking place re the off road shared cycle and walking path between Dronfield and Unstone.

his new infrastructure will bring benefits to the area
along side the physical and mental health benefits for people in the community and the access to Chesterfield area, A61 route and the Chesterfield Canal area includes Transpennine Trail and new developments Peak resort and Waterside.

It creates a link for all between Dronfield and the Peak Resort new Greenway and bridleway while creating opportunities for access and possible jobs.
It's fully accessible for wheelchairs and disability scooters.
A new toucan crossing and widened paths make the journey to primary and secondary school safer for children.
Will make the road safer by reducing vehicle speeds and may reduce the ability to put heavy traffic such as lorries along this road.
In areas where this type of cycling infrastructure has happened shops have reported an increase in trade.
This is a investment from D2N2 of £900,000 to the community. The D2N2 scheme works to stimulate growth and business in our area.

DCC are holding two public consultations;
Dronfield Library, Manor House, High Street, Dronfield, Wednesday 24 January, 10am to 5pm
Sandpiper Hotel, Sheffield Road, Sheepbridge, Chesterfield, Friday 26 January, 4pm to 8pm.

If you are able to go to one of the consultations please do so. If not but you would like to write feedback regarding the scheme please send an email to DCC officer Alan Marsden.alan.marsden@derbyshire.gov.uk
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