Clevedon Public Space Improvements

This consultation is closed. We've left the original text and documents in place, below. And we have now (August 2021) added follow-up information, under 'Results' below.

North Somerset Council is inviting the public to have their say as part of a consultation on proposed public realm, cycle and pedestrian improvements in Clevedon.

The new proposals include public realm improvements in Hill Road and The Beach:

  • Pavement widening and better crossings facilities
  • More seating and planters
  • Cycle lanes and cycle parking
  • One-way roads on key streets
  • A 20mph speed limits will help make streets safer for all

You can view details on the proposals here.

Residents, businesses and visitors are welcome to have their say on the proposed changes by answering our questionnaire.

The consultation closes on 7th March 2021. 


You said we did (0.5MB)

Hill Road final scheme overview (0.9MB)

Beach final scheme overview (1MB)

Hill Road area 20mph zone (5.4MB)

Hill Road area Buses (5.6MB)

Hill Road area One ways (4.5MB)


  • Opened
    5 Feb 2021 at 15:00
  • Closed
    7 Mar 2021 at 23:59


Organisational Information

Contact Name Luke Turner
Job title Senior Sustainable Travel and Road Safety Officer
Contact Email
Contact Telephone 01275 884968

Project Information

Aim of this consultation This is an opportunity for the public to provide feedback on proposals to provide active travel improvements at The Beach, Hill Road and surrounding streets in Clevedon.
Close Date 07 Mar 2021 23:59
Consultation Topic
  • Community - neighbourhoods, equalities, youth offending and registrar
  • Environment - building work, transport, trees and recycling
  • Leisure - sports, theatre, museum and tourism
  • Transport - construction and repair, travel or policy
  • Your council - councillors and committees, council tax or strategies
Context for this consultation This scheme is part of the Department for Transport funded Active Travel Fund improvements aimed to help people travel more sustainably and help to assist with economic recovery following Covid-19.