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Brentwood West: Cllr Naylor secures new cycle and footpath to station

February 24, 2020 8:37 PM

Cllr Dominic Naylor new cycle path

Ever since his election in May 2018, Cllr Dominic Naylor has been working on improving the foot and cycle path network throughout the town, and is celebrating the creation of a new path as a great start to 2020!

Dominic said:

"The path takes you through woodland between London Road and Wharf road / Rollason Way, and offers a safer foot and cycle route, avoiding dangerous trips along privately owned Hubert Road where footpaths are missing at critical points, pot holes are rife and visibility is poor. I am so pleased to see residents able to reduce their journey time and leave their cars behind in favour of a walk or cycle. This was a personal election pledge for me, and I am proud to have delivered it less than two years after taking my seat as your councillor".

"I can see so many people enjoying this - not only our long-term residents but also those that have moved here, often without parking provision, who now have a good solution to their travel needs including improved links to the train station, and Tesco on London Road".

"I will be continuing with this project and am already in discussion over other sites in West".

The facility is in its final stages of completion, and in Spring, Dominic is planning to take a small team to the site with arboriculture officers for tree planting. Please drop him a line if you would like to take part.