Streets for People and Clean Air Levenshulme are pleased to announce an online public meeting for Burnage and Levenshule residents on Sunday 7th February at 3pm.
A month after the installation of trial filters in Levenshulme as part of the Active Neighbourhood project, we ask what Manchester City Council and the community can do together to improve our streets for walking and cycling, to make our community less reliant on cars to get around. Making it easier to get around on foot and bike helps tackle inequality and creates less air pollution in Burnage and Levenshulme.
We ask what should be done next in the Active Neighbourhood project, and where the council are at in improving unfiltered roads and creating safe ‘school streets’ for our youngest residents.
Unfortunately Chris Boardman is now unable to make the meeting. However, we’ve still got a great line up, including local councillors and speakers from Streets for People and Clean Air Levenshulme, with more to be confirmed.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org any questions that you would like to put to Manchester City Council about School Streets and the Active Neighbourhood. We’ll then put these to the speakers.
Please also note that this meeting is for people local to Burnage and Levenshulme.
Register to attend here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqcuuoqD4qEtCHk315A5iZ8og1vOQ3Nxht