Greater Manchester's Cycling and Walking Network- Stockport Proposals

Closed 8 Nov 2019

Opened 8 Oct 2019

Feedback updated 20 Jan 2020

We asked

We asked for your views on Stockport's proposed walking and cycling schemes for Greater Manchester's Cycling and Walking Network. 

You said

You can view the report for this consultation and the details of the schemes here.

If you require this report in an alternative format, please email or telephone or telephone 0161 474 2299


We did

The outcome of the consultation and officer recommendations on the progression of scheme proposals will be presented at the January 2020 Area Committee cycle. The Area Committee cycle schedule can be found here. 

This page will be updated once the decision on the proposed schemes has been made. 


Work has started on a Greater Manchester-wide programme to make journeys on foot or by bike much easier and more attractive.

Chris Boardman, Greater Manchester’s Cycling and Walking Commissioner, has unveiled an innovative new plan to create a city-region-wide cycling and walking network that includes Stockport. The Bee Network will consist of more than 1,800 miles of routes and will be the largest joined-up system of walking and cycling infrastructure in the UK.

In support of this ambition, the Mayor of Greater Manchester has allocated £160 million to the Mayor’s Cycling and Walking Challenge Fund (MCF). This has been made possible thanks to the national government’s Transforming Cities Fund, which is investing in public and sustainable transport to improve productivity and spread prosperity.

Stockport Council has developed a number of proposals which have been submitted for funding from MCF, with the expectation that further schemes will follow in the future.

We would like your views on the proposals, a public consultation is taking place between 8th October and 8th November 2019.

More information about the different elements of the proposals is available over the following pages, and you are encouraged to give us your views using the online survey.

You are also invited to discuss the proposals with the Stockport Council team and at one of our drop-in events:

  • Thursday 10th October- Ladybridge Club, SK8 5PZ 2pm-5pm 
  • Friday 11th October – Heaton Norris Community Club, SK4 1HZ, 2pm-8pm
  • Monday 14th October – Brinnington First, SK5 8EN, 2pm-5pm
  • Tuesday 15th October – Hazel Grove Civic Hall, SK7 4DF, 2pm-8pm
  • Weds 16th October – Woodbank Community Centre, SK1 4BN, 2pm-8pm
  • Friday 18th October – Bramhall Village Club, SK7 1LR, 2pm-8pm
  • Thursday 24th October – 2nd Bramhall Scout Hut, SK7 2NP, 2pm-8pm
  • Tuesday 29th October – The Heatons Centre, SK4 4DQ, 3pm-8pm
  • Weds 30th October – Merseyway, formerly Grainger Games, 2pm-8pm
  • Thursday 31st October – Fingerpost Pub, Offerton, SK1 4QA, 2pm-8pm 
  • Monday 4th November - Ladybridge Club, SK8 5PZ 2pm-8pm

In recognition of technical difficulties at the start of the consultation, we have extended the closing date to 8th November and will be re-running the event at Ladybridge Club. Please note all the proposals can be viewed and discussed at any of the events.

If you would like hard copy plans and/or response forms, or to discuss any of the above please contact the team by phone on 0161 474 2299 or email at