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Integrated Network Map (INM) Public Consultation

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INM routes are proposed future Active Travel routes within Conwy - find out how to suggest a route or make a comment.
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Below you will find links to Conwy’s INM proposals, these represent our draft 15 year Active Travel improvement vision to improve walking and cycling routes across our County. We wish to create opportunities for a healthier more sustainable population and environment.

The INM proposals are a requirement of the Active Travel (Wales) Act 2013. The delivery of the routes shown will depend on the availability of Active Travel scheme funding and routes may change as they are developed. Each route shown on the map represents a 15 metre (50 foot) wide corridor, so if you see a line on the north side of a footway, please understand that the route may end up on the south side of the footway or even on the road. If a route is shown as a shared off-road route, it may still end up as a route on the road. This is because we have yet to go to the level of detailed design required to determine routes precisely.

The below maps show what the public has requested and how best the Council initially thinks it may be able to provide it. We ask that you view these draft proposals and share any ideas that may improve the INM routes for all. This further consultation phase will end on the 1st October 2017.

How to comment

All comments can be e-mailed to

Please provide as much information as possible quoting which area map and the particular route, For example: Abergele map – INM route shown red between Your Road and That Drive (can this section go closer to the health centre by the route utilizing Every Road instead of Any Street) and please leave a contact number so any ambiguity can be discussed and quickly resolved.

Plans/suggestions can also be sent by post to the address below, or you can make an appointment to discuss directly with staff at the same address by calling 01492 5337 and requesting Paul Smith. The Llanfairfechan offices are located 10 min walk from the railway station, has bus stops fronting the building and secure cycle parking to the rear.

Teithio Llesol / Active Travel
The Heath
Ffordd Penmaenmawr
LL33 0PF

Hard copies of the plans will appear in the following libraries until the 29th September 2017. Staff will also be available to answer any questions at the time and dates shown after each venue.

Abergele Wednesday 9th August 2017 15:00 - 19:00
Llandudno Thursday 10th August 2017 15.00 - 19.00
Colwyn Bay Wednesday 16th August 2017 15.00 - 19.00
Llanrwst Wednesday 6th September 2017 15.00 - 19.00
Conwy Tuesday 12th September 2017 15.00 - 19.00
Penmaenmawr Plans only

Comments may be left at the library and will be sent to the Teithio Llesol / Active Travel team.

Hard copies of the plans are also available from the Councils Road Safety trailer as well the Council offices in Llanfairfechan (see address above).

Staff will be available to answer questions and show proposals on the 19th September 2017 at:

Bodlondeb Council Offices
Ffordd Bangor
LL32 8DU

Bodlondeb is a 10 minute walk from the bus stop and has secure cycle parking to the rear.

Parc Eirias Colwyn Bay (Road Safety trailer) 2nd August 2017 12:00 – 17:00

What happens next?

The public consultation runs for 12 weeks until 1st October 2017.

All consultation responses will be reviewed and amendments made to the Active Travel INM where required.

The final Active Travel INM will be submitted to the Welsh Government for approval in November 2017.

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