On behalf of Monmouthshire County Council and their strategic partners including Welsh Government, the Department of Transport, Highways England, Forest of Dean District Council, Gloucestershire County Council and South Gloucestershire Council, we are pleased to announce the launch of a 6 week virtual public consultation event on the 2nd of November 2020, to invite feedback on the Chepstow Transport Study (Weltag/Webtag Stage 2). This is a cross-border transport study, focussing on Chepstow and its transport connections beyond the immediate region, with consideration for the broader surrounding systems and longer-term resilience issues. The purpose of the current stage 2 of study is to examine a shortlist of options, helping to select a preferred option(s) to take forward.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and in line with government advice, we are unable to hold this as a face to face consultation and have therefore commissioned a virtual consultation experience, which will mimic as far as possible the experience of a face to face event.

To participate, please visit https://virtualengage.arup.com/chepstow-transport-study any time from 9:00am on Monday 2nd November 2020 until 17:00pm on Sunday 13th December 2020 to access information about the study and have your say. You can submit any questions and a live webchat function will also be operating at the following times to connect you with a project team member.

Thursday 5th NovemberSaturday 14th NovemberThursday 19th NovemberSaturday 28th NovemberThursday 3rd DecemberTuesday 8th December
5pm – 7pm10am – noon5pm – 7pm10am – noon5pm – 7pm5pm – 7pm

If you are unable to access the online event, a hard copy of the consultation booklet and feedback survey can be mailed out with a freepost address for returns. Please call 0117 240 1529 to request.

We look forward to hearing from you.

The Arup Project Team