Central Scotland Forest Trust (CSFT) has appointed Scottish Participatory Initiatives to undertake community consultation to gather views and ideas about the National Cycle Network – Route 75 from Airdrie to Bathgate.
The aims of this consultation are to gather local people’s views and ideas about this part of the cycle route to assist future funding applications and subsequent implementation of works on Route 75 of The National Cycle Network from Airdrie to Bathgate. This work is in partnership with Sustrans , North Lanarkshire Council and West Lothian Council.
Community Consultation will take place in Clarkston/ Drumgelloch; Plains; Caldercruix; Blackridge; Aramadale; and, Bathgate.
The objectives of this consultation are:
- to promote and raise awareness of Route 75;
- to inform the localities of progress on the completion of Route 75 between Clarkston and Bathgate;
- to record community uses of any part of this route;
- to record the views and ideas of the communities on what access and environmental improvements could be made that will enhance their experience of using this route ; and,
- to record interest in volunteering to undertake work on, or relating to, Route 75