Active Neighbourhood Update: Documents, Deadlines & Feedback

The LCA has requested all publicity material for the Levenshulme and Burnage Active Neighbourhood Project including in different languages. All material that is currently available can be downloaded below as PDF documents. There are instructions here on how to comment on the plans online, by email and by written questionnaire including deadlines that have now changed.

Be aware that all the maps in the printed materials are different and the deadline for comment has been extended by a week because of a mistake in the printed materials that have been distributed.

As of today (16 October 2020) only the questionnaire leaflet is available in any language apart from English. That language is Romanian.

UPDATE: Urdu version of the questionnaire leaflet added on 23 October 2020

UPDATE: Bengali version of the questionnaire leaflet added on 22 October 2020

UPDATE: Arabic version of questionnaire leaflet added on 19 October 2020.

How can I comment on the plans?

A note on the maps

Please note that the map in the booklet is different to the map in the questionnaire leaflet and both of these are different to the map available online ((Phase 1 Trial Map below). The council has confirmed that the online map on the Project website is correct.


People are directed to the Project website to leave comments but so far nothing on this Commonplace is available in any language other than English and a translation facility is not available for the website.

By email

You can submit comments on the plans by emailing the Project Team:

By filling out a questionnaire

You can submit comments using the questionnaire leaflet. This is available to download below in English and Romanian versions. However, the questionnaire does not ask the same questions as the Commonplace website.

Crucially, if you wish to comment on the proposed Phase 1 Trial of 25 road blocks / “modal filters” across Levenshulme there is no option for this apart from using the small text box asking whether you agree with the creation of an “active neighbourhood” as the Phase 1 Trial is not mentioned in the questions. You can comment on Phase 2 that covers Burnage.

Questionnaires should be available in the Arcadia Library and Leisure Centre (open Monday to Friday 06.30-22.00 & Saturday and Sunday 09.00-17.00) and in Burnage Library (open 10.00-15.00 on Monday and Wednesday).

If you’d like a paper copy of the questionnaire sent to you, or need it in an alternative language or format (such as Braille) please email the Project Team:

These are the questions in the questionnaire leaflet:

Deadlines for submitting comments

The deadline for feedback and comments on the proposed Phase 1 Trial (Levenshulme) of road blocks / “modal filters” has been extended to Wednesday 4 November 2020 so the date in the printed material (and PDFs below) is now incorrect.

The council has said:

“There was a mistake in the consultation materials that were posted out to households, MCC apologises for this mistake and this is why the consultation period was extended to 4/11/2020. There is an apology on the MCC live consultation website acknowledging this. The information on Commonplace is correct and people are asked to leave their comments on Commonplace.” 

The council does not specify what the mistake was but essentially the booklets and questionnaire leaflets that have been distributed are incorrect and you should refer to the material online instead.

A formal consultation will start when the Phase 1 Trial starts on 19 December 2020 and run through the the end of the trial period on 19 June 2021.

The deadline for submitting comments on the Phase 2 (Burnage) part of the project is 21 December 2020.

As yet it is not known when any measures for Phase 2 (Burnage) will be implemented or what they might be. The original plans released in May 2020 proposed several additional road blocks / “modal filters” including two bus gates.

Documents available so far:

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