A6-M60 Bypass

Local conservatives have long called for improvements to our local roads infrastructure, and especially the urgent the need for a link road between the M60 at Bredbury and the A6 at Hazel Grove, about which our MP William Wragg introduced a debate in Parliament shortly before the 2017 election.

Proposals for the A6-M60 link road are currently part of the South East Manchester Multi-Modal Strategy (SEMMMS) refresh, along with other elements of Stockport's current and future transport priorities.

William Wragg MP for the Hazel Grove constituency, and local councillors will be making the case to ensure that there is no deviation from the need for the A6-M60 Hazel Grove to Bredbury bypass, the third and final part of the original SEMMMS road scheme.

We will also be lobbying for it to take into account the emerging cross Pennine Road Tunnel scheme and possible future High Lane and Disley Bypass.

A6-M60 Bypass

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I agree with the local Conservatives campaign to build the A6-M60 Bypass and call upon Stockport Council, Transport for Greater Manchester and Highways England to prioritise this.

News

SEMMMS refresh consultation

Our local area is a great place to live, combining the benefits of an urban area with close access to the countryside. However, this does mean a great number of people must travel between where they live, work, study, and relax.

Cllr Oliver Johnstone Fights congestion in Hazel Grove

Hazel Grove Conservative Councillor, Oliver Johnstone, is standing up for local residents over congestion on the A6 and local roads.

Oliver spoke up at a meeting of Stockport Council recently to give his support to the A6-M60 Bypass business case.

A6-M60 Stage 2 Report (draft)

The Stage 2 Business Case report has now been published showing a good alignment with local and national transport priorites. It also demonstrates a Benefit to Cost Ratio (BCR) of over 4 which shows schemes which are described as representing a very high value for money.

Stockport Local Plan Consultation at Marple Hall

Marple Conservative councillors Kenny Blair, Annette Finnie and Tom Dowse attended the drop in event at Marple Hall to discuss the plan with residents and council officers. Residents were encouraged to give their views on transport, housing, leisure and work priorities.

Help Shape Stockport's Transport Policy

Our local area is a great place to live, combining the benefits of an urban area with close access to the countryside. However, this does mean a great number of people must travel between where they live, work, study, and relax.