We are working with the local community, town and parish councils and businesses on a strategic infrastructure led masterplan for Severnside.
About the masterplan
The aim of the masterplan is to develop a locally informed vision to help shape the future of Severnside in the medium and long term, up to 2050. It will build on all of the different strengths that the area has.
The masterplan will take into account the:
- character of existing coastal villages and rural communities
- strong economic sector unique to Severnside
- unique natural environment
- climate and nature emergency
- new economic and development opportunities
- need for sustainable travel solutions
Building the evidence base – September 2021 to December 2021
We have collated and analysed relevant information about the area. We have used this information to assess the current and potential future situation and look at what opportunities could be created.
Defining the vision – January 2022 to March 2022
We have been meeting with key stakeholders, including local members, employers, town and parish councils and community groups to introduce them to the project and to listen to their views.
Developing the draft masterplan – April 2022 to May 2022
Public engagement period – 13 June 2022 to 24 July 2022
A 6 week public engagement period was undertaken, where people were encouraged to view information on the draft masterplan and fill in a survey. We also held two drop in events where people could meet the team, view information on boards and ask questions. Feedback received during the engagement period will be used to inform the final draft of the masterplan.
Engagement feedback analysed – July 2022 to August 2022
Read the full public engagement report.
Final masterplan published – Autumn 2022
We will keep this page updated as the project progresses. If you have any queries regarding this project you can email email@example.com.
This project is funded by the West of England Combined Authority & Local Enterprise Partnership through the Investment Fund, administered by the West of England Combined Authority.