Hampshire County Council has developed a range of transport improvements to support business growth and reduce traffic congestion in the area, with a planned start in 2020.
Councillor Rob Humby, Executive Member for Environment and Transport at Hampshire County Council, said: “These valuable improvements will help make travelling around Lynchford Road and North Camp Village much easier for those who live and work in the area, while improving safety for all road users and pedestrians.
“The value of good infrastructure to support the county’s continuing prosperity cannot be overstated. Throughout this process, our team has listened to the views of residents and businesses, and I would encourage local people to contribute to the consultation online or drop in to the exhibition to ask questions and see the detailed plans for themselves.”
The public consultation runs from 1 October until 12 November, with full details online including an online questionnaire.
Hard copies of the online material will also be available from Rushmoor Borough Council Offices and Farnborough Library.
Details of the proposals will also be available at two drop-in events at the Farnborough Holiday Inn, Lynchford Road GU14 6AZ, between 2pm and 8pm on Monday 15 and Wednesday 17 October. Free parking is available on site.
Funding for the works is being provided by the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (EM3 LEP) and matched by local contributions.