See WinACC's Built Environment and Transport Action Group response to the latest plans for the proposed Winchester Sport and Leisure Park at Bar End.

It was great to see so many people at our stall at Winchester Cathedral Christmas Market & Ice Rink. We were raffling hampers of local produce to raise funds for WinACC. The hampers were filled with lots of interesting and tasty local, sustainable food.  We raised over £500 from sales of raffle tickets and got to chat to lots of lovely people.

Highways England are consulting on changes to the M3 junction 9 at Winnall. They say that their proposed changes will minimise the impact on the environment - visit  Highways England website for more details.    

‘THE BIG SWITCH OFF’ - Sunday 19 November 6-7pm

With Office of Road and Rail statistics showing an 8.8% decline in train journeys in 2016/17, there is an urgent need to introduce new train journey opportunities. South Western Railway has been consulting on proposals for changes to its train timetable from December 2018.

The Taking Cycling Seriously workshop was held on Thursday evening, 9 November at
the United Church in Winchester. It was supported by Bespoke Biking, City of Winchester Trust, Friends of the Earth, Winchester CTC, part of Cycling UK and Winchester Action on Climate Change.

Winchester City Council invited stakeholders, including WinACC, to a workshop on November 20th to discuss redevelopment of Winchester Station Approach.

Hampshire County Council and Winchester City Council are working on an overall strategy for moving in and around Winchester town and the immediately surrounding area. See the WinACC response.

About a hundred people agreed to build a stronger voice for cyclists locally as they shared ideas about how to make cycling safer and easier in Winchester at a packed meeting on 9 November 2017.

Hampshire Climate Action Network met on  14 October 2017 - see notes.

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