Gloucester South West Bypass (GSWB) - Llanthony Road Widening
The Llanthony Road section of the Gloucester South West Bypass (GSWB) is the only section of the A430 GSWB which has yet to be improved. The road is single carriageway which creates a bottleneck between Llanthony Road and St Anne Way.
The proposed scheme would see the widening of this stretch of the road, optimisation and refurbishment of traffic signals to maximise traffic flows, and improvements to the side road junctions to improve access for local residents and businesses.
Proposals also include improvement to pedestrian crossings as well as the widening of pedestrian and cycle facilities to link with those already in place at either end of this section of road.
The county council will need to acquire land to enable the widening to take place.
The scheme is included in the adopted Local Transport Plan (LTP) as a short term capital project delivery priority (2015 to 2021).
See Policy Document 4: Highways - Page 39.
Central government has confirmed through the Gloucestershire Growth Deal an allocation of £2 million to upgrade the Gloucester South West bypass (GSWB). This funding is currently scheduled to be made available to GCC in financial year 2018/2019.
Gloucestershire County Council has now submitted the planning application for the Gloucester South West Bypass, Llanthony Road Widening Scheme. The application was submitted on 6th August 2018 and is available for viewing and comment here:
The planning application for the Gloucester South West Bypass, Llanthony Road Widening Scheme was submitted by Gloucestershire County Council on 6th August 2018.
Consent was given for the planning application in April 2019. The application is available for viewing and comment here:
Planning Application Summary
Properties directly affected by the proposals have been written to. Where land acquisition is required, those property owners and affected tenants have been invited to open discussions with GCC’s appointed land agent.
If you have any questions on the scheme itself, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Full Business Case
The scheme’s aims and objectives, how it will be of benefit to users and the wider public, and how we intend to manage the project moving forward is set out in the Full Business Case (FBC) below.
Appendix A - Scheme Layout Dec 2017
Appendix B1 - Air Quality Map
Appendix B1 - Llanthony Road Air Quality & Greenhouse Assessment
Appendix B2 - Noise Assessment (Aug18)
Appendix B3 - Llanthony Landscape & Townscape
Appendix B4 - Ecological Apprasial
Appendix B5 - Preliminary Bat Roost Assessment
Appendix C - Construction and Scheme Prog
Appendix D - Scheme Risk Register Final
Appendix E - S-Paramics Report
Appendix F1 - Consultation Response - Llanthony Secunda
Appendix F2 - Consultation Response - Glos City