Hayling Island Pedestrian and Cycle Accessiblity Improvements Phase II

Last update: July 2021

Scheme overview

Hampshire County Council have appointed Colas Ltd and works start on 30 July 2021 for approximately seven weeks.

Phase II will consist of the following pedestrian and cyclist accessibility improvements;

  • Widening of the rural section of the existing right of way footpath 89 which leads between the Hayling Holiday Park and St Mary’s Church in Church Road to create better provision for all types of users;
  • Resurfacing and converting the existing right of way footpath 102 to a shared use cycle path between Salterns Lane and Mengham Lane;
  • Widening and converting the existing footpath to a shared use cycle path between Richmond Close and Stamford Avenue;
  • Construction of a new footpath between the A3023 Beach Road leading to the car park at Hayling Park; 
  • Converting the existing footpath as a shared use footpath between Hayling Island Community Centre and Richmond Close.

A list of improvements was prioritised into two separate phases with Phase I improvements being completed in 2019. These improvements consisted of junction improvements to Elm Grove/Tournerbury Lane junction and the zebra crossing in Elm Grove, just north of Hollow Lane, was upgraded to a Puffin signal control crossing.

 
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Footpath 89 between Hayling Holiday Park and St Mary's Church

New footpath between A3023 Beach Road and Hayling Park

Resurfacing between Salterns Lane and Mengham Lane

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Economy, Transport and Environment Department
Hampshire County Council
The Castle

Winchester
SO23 8UD