Tag Archive for 'pedestrian'

Guernsey Tomorrow workshop – Feedback from the Exhibition: Transportation

July 29th, 2010 by Strategic Land Planning Group

Introduce Paid Parking Of the 63 who responded 38% supported paid parking against 46.2% who were against paid parking. Relocate car parking from piers to the edge of Town Of the 60 who responded 40% agreed that car parking should be relocated from the piers to the edge of Town and almost 57% disagreed. Improve […]

Sticky: The Living Streets Tranquility Walk on Sunday 11 July 2010

June 15th, 2010 by Pat Wisher

The Living Streets Tranquility Walk starts on Sunday 11 July 2010 at 2.30 pm in Market Square, St. Peter Port and ends at L’Eree.  The Tranquility Walk is an eight mile challenge using the green lanes and Ruettes Tranquilles.  The walk takes three hours.   We encourage participants to wear green. There is an alternative starting […]

Living Streets meeting to discuss 20 mph speed limit in urban & residential areas on 17 June 2010

June 14th, 2010 by Pat Wisher

On 17 June 2010 Living Streets will hold an open meeting titled “Twenty’s Plenty for Guernsey.” The meeting which takes place at the Emma Ferbrache room in the Princes Elizabeth Hospital (PEH) beginning at 7.30 pm will discuss the merits of introducing a 20mph speed limit in urban and residential areas of Guernsey – places […]

The Pleasure of Walking for charity – World Aid Walk 2010

May 3rd, 2010 by Richard Lord

Lieutenant Governor for the Bailiwick of Guernsey Vice Admiral Sir Fabian Malbon enjoys walking in Guernsey. He regular walks for charity. While training for the ITEX walk in 2008 Sir Fabian said on BBC Radio Guernsey “it is such a beautiful island. It is stunningly beautiful. You think to yourself why does anyone catch a […]

Safe Route to the Baubigny Schools – we’re almost there!

April 7th, 2010 by Pat Wisher

It’s been three long years but we are now close to getting the “off road” route to Baubigny Schools up and running for the new school term in September. The turning point was last December when we were finally given planning permission for the route through the vinery site with its safety improvements.