Redcliff Mead Lane and Prewett Street Engagement Survey

Closed 28 Feb 2021

Opened 1 Feb 2021

Feedback updated 1 Dec 2021

We asked

The engagement on Redcliff Mead Lane and Prewett Street was open for four weeks from Monday 1 February to Sunday 28 February 2021. People were asked about their street environment, what they liked about the street, what they would improve and what would they prioritise. The survey captured views from residents, businesses and anyone who uses the street to help build a picture of what people would like to see improved in the street environment and provide feedback on their own experiences.

Individual responses were received via the online survey and, to ensure the survey reached as wide an audience as possible in a multi-cultural ward, paper copies with a language template covering 12 languages were posted along with a free post envelope to 975 local properties. 25 posters were put up in the local area to raise awareness of the survey. Local stakeholders and community groups were also asked to help raise awareness of the survey and it was promoted via social media platforms. Due to COVID-19 restrictions preventing face to face engagement, the team offered virtual chats and phone appointments to anyone who didn’t want to submit a written response but wanted to ask questions and provide feedback.

You said

From this survey we received 162 responses to the engagement, which were made up of 50 online and 112 paper copies. Of the responses received 86% are residents who live within one mile and over 94% walk to the road.

Around 60% of respondents like Redcliff Mead Lane and Prewett Street due to it being “easy to walk around - there are good walking routes” and “close to shopping areas” (51%). The most serious problem identified “the air quality is too poor” (42.1%) followed by “the traffic speeds are too high (36.3%). Over 58% of respondents think “more greenery/planters” and “cleaner air” (56%) are essential priorities.

Option A proposed to close Redcliff Mead Lane where it meets Prewett Street but there was no majority support for either option. 44.5% of respondents agreed or strongly agreed and 39.1% of respondents disagreed or strongly disagreed with this option. Option B proposed to close Prewett Street at Proctor House and 46.2% of respondents disagreed or strongly disagreed and 40.6% agreed or strongly agreed with this option.

We did

The feedback from this survey along with the engagement with local businesses, community groups and local stakeholders has been reviewed. There were comments for and against the proposed road layout changes throughout the survey, but the responses did not show a consensus among the community.

More information about what we engaged on and the results are available in the full report. 

Overview

We are asking businesses, residents and anyone who enjoys Redcliff Mead Lane and Prewett Street to make suggestions on how to make walking and cycling easier and how to improve the general street environment.

You can take part by following the link at the bottom of this page. 

Due to COVID-19 restrictions the team are currently unable to carry out face to face engagement. However we are offering phone appointments and virtual chats to anyone who wishes to discuss anything in more detail. If you wish to organise either of these please contact us using the details below and a team member will organise a mutually convenient time to have a chat.

The following survey works with word reader software. However if you have a comment, question or you would like this information in another format such as a different language, Braille, audio tape, large print, easy English, BSL video or CD rom or plain text please contact us:

  • Email: transport.engagement@bristol.gov.uk
  • Phone: 0117 903 6449 and leave a message on the answerphone.
  • Write to: Redcliff Mead Lane and Prewett Street, Transport Engagement Team, PO BOX 3399, 100 Temple Street, Bristol, BS1 9NE

Areas

  • Central

Audiences

  • All residents
  • Equalities group(s)
  • Business

Interests

  • Traffic and transportation