Southcourt, Aylesbury - Restriction of Motor Vehicle Use Statutory Consultation

Closed 19 Jan 2022

Opened 13 Dec 2021


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As part of an investment from the Department for Transport (DfT), Buckinghamshire Council implemented a programme of ‘pop-up’ and temporary Emergency Active Travel Fund schemes across the county. The schemes aimed to encourage residents to undertake more local journeys by foot and by bike, particularly during the pandemic, and could lead to longer-term benefits including reduced congestion, improved air quality, improved community cohesion and better public health.

We are therefore proposing to introduce the permanent restriction of motor vehicle use on Old Stoke Road at the junction with Clover Lane and the permanent implementation of a mandatory cycle lane on Churchill Avenue.

The restrictions are being proposed to create a quieter environment for pedestrian and cyclist users in Southcourt. The proposed implementation provides a revised route for the severed Jet Way (gemstone route) connecting Southcourt, Stoke Mandeville and Aylesbury town centre as well as supporting local routes for schools.

Please see the plans and documents below for more information.

To let us have your views, please complete the online comment form below. If you prefer you can email your comments to us at or write to us at Buckinghamshire Council, Network Improvement Team, The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8FF. The proposals can also be seen on an interactive map at Buckinghamshire Public Consultation ( by clicking on Public Consultation 009 - Movement.


We will use the information you provide only for the purpose of this consultation. We will store the information securely, in line with data protection laws. The law states that we must make responses available for public inspection, but we will not share or publish any personal details. Please visit the Privacy page to read our full privacy notice.

What happens next

We will review all responses to this consultation and prepare a report, which will be considered by the Head of Highways and the Cabinet Member for Transportation. They will make a decision on the proposal.

Consultees will be informed of the decision once it has been made.

We may provide consultation comments to anyone who wishes to see them, however we will remove all personal information when doing so.


  • Transport
  • Roads & parking