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Penzance Town Deal Sustainable Travel Network Project

As part of Town Deal there are proposals to address the traffic flow within Penzance. The Sustainable Travel Network Project proposals focus on several locations including Market Place and Green Market, the top of Causewayhead, Branwells Gyratory, Coinagehall Street, Market Jew Street, Wharf Road and New Road. As some of these changes will affect the Harbour Users we wanted to ensure that you,as a Harbour User, are aware of these. There is also a questionnaire if you have time to fill in to have your say, please click the link below to enter the questionnaire

https://letstalk.cornwall.gov.uk/penzance-town-deal-sustainable-travel/surveys/dec23

A link to the page giving the proposed changes to the traffic flow is also below and then click on the ‘Exhibition Boards link on the right hand side of the page’:

https://letstalk.cornwall.gov.uk/penzance-town-deal-sustainable-travel

With regards to the Penzance Harbour Town Deal Project and the improvements that are proposed we will be holding a public engagement in mid January in The Penzance Sailing Club where we will have some visuals and be available for questions.

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