There is a public consultation that has been launched based on the initial options that have been developed through the ‘Selby District Places and Movement Study’. The consultation will run from the 6th – 30th April 2021.
The study is jointly commissioned by North Yorkshire County Council and Selby District Council and funded by the York and North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (YNYLEP). It aims to create more attractive spaces and accessible spaces and look at how people travel in and around Selby and Sherburn and whether this can be improved. The study also looks at whether making these changes to transport, public space and public places and how it could be delivered.
They are now at a point in the study where they wish to gain public and local stakeholders’ views. At the moment, this study does not include Tadcaster, but it is expected that the options for Tadcaster will be developed at a later date.
You can find out how you can participate at www.northyorks.gov.uk/selbyandsherburn.
There will also be information and paper-based surveys in Sherburn in Elmet and Selby libraries for people to complete if they do not have computer access.
There will be two online events in the form of a presentation from the project team and then a question-and-answer session. These presentations will be on Thursday 15th April and Wednesday 21st April. The details of these events and other information such as frequently asked questions can be found on the website.
If you require any more assistance, you are encouraged to contact the Selby Places and Movement Study project team.