Community

Event information and our work with local communities

Community

Over the years, we’ve consulted widely with local community groups.

We’ve listened carefully and made changes based on your feedback.

We’ll keep building on this – and we’ll continue to engage directly with local people.

What's happening in your area?

It’s been some time since we were out and about in your local community.

We’re planning to run online and in-person events over the summer to share information, and answer your questions.

Our team are excited to be getting out in Wiltshire this May and will be on hand to talk to you at our “chatty van” pop-up events between Saturday 21 and Wednesday 25 May.

You don’t need to make an appointment just turn up, and say hi. The dates and locations are as follows:

Saturday 21 May

Shrewton, Village Hall and Recreation Ground, car park, SP3 4JX

09:30-11:30am 

Winterbourne Stoke, Bell Inn pub, car park, SP3 4SZ

12:30pm-3pm

Sunday 22 May

Salisbury, Central car park, Mill Stream Approach, SP1 3SL

10am-3pm

Monday 23 May

Amesbury, Bowman centre, Shears Drive, car park, SP4 7XT

10am-3pm

Tuesday 24 May

Salisbury, Guildhall square, SP1 1JH

10-3pm

Wednesday 25 May

Durrington, Sainsbury’s local, SP4 8BD

09:30am-12pm

Amesbury, Church Street car park, SP4 7EU

1:30pm-3:30pm

If you can’t make our pop-up events, then you can sign up now to our live online chat. On Thursday 16 June our Project Manager David Bullock will be available to answer your questions and address some of the misconceptions about the project.

We held our last online Q&A session in June, which was extremely well attended – over 170 people signed up to join us. We were asked so many questions that we couldn’t get to them all on the night, so we posted answers online.

Community forum

We set up our Community Forum in February 2018. People representing local villages, communities and groups come together with National Highways regularly to share information, discuss local concerns and look at delivering wider benefits.

We have an independent chair – Jim Claydon – who oversees Forum meetings and ensures fairness.

You can hear directly from its members via National Highways You Tube channel.

 

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