Ashgrove Connects - Ashgrove Road and Ashgrove Road West - Design Options

Closed 17 Jul 2022

Opened 21 Jun 2022


Ashgrove Road and Ashgrove Road West are important streets, connecting people to their communities, facilities, services and greenspaces. 

Ashgrove Connects aims to get local people involved in making both these streets work better for those who live, work, study and visit here.

During the first stage of the project,  the community were asked to share their experiences of using the streets through a series of engagement activities.  Current activity levels and constraints along the streets were also investigated.

These activities have helped us to build up an understanding of how the streets and public spaces are perceived and used locally to inform the development of initial designs.

This second public engagement phase for the project runs until Sunday 17th July. During this period we would like your views and feedback on initial designs.  

You will have the opportunity to view and feedback through the following activities:

  • Visit the project website - Link below.
  • Visit the public display in Cornhill Library from 11am on Wednesday 22nd June until Sunday 17th July.
  • Join the live webinar on Tuesday 28th June between 7-8pm.
  • Drop-in to Cairncry Community Centre, anytime between 10-1pm, on Tuesday 5th July.
  • Drop-in to Westburn Outdoor Centre, anytime between 4-7pm, on Tuesday 5th July.

There will also be a series of activities planned with specific stakeholder groups and discussions with those living and working directly along Ashgrove Road and Ashgrove Road West.

Why your views matter

The feedback we receive will help us to steer the development of a preferred design during the next stage of the project.



  • Anyone from any background


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