Cycle routes their impact on neighbours - Sustrans Routes for People Information Sheet FF23
When desigining and implementing new routes, consideration should always be given to surrounding landowners and users. This information sheet outlines the benefits a route will bring to surrounding neighbours. This is particularly important when negotiating with landowners for a new route.
Living Streets community Street Audits
A link to Living Streets for further information on undertaking a Community Street Audit
Voice Scotland - National Standards for Community Engagement
The National Standards are good practice principles designed to support and inform the process of community engagement and user involvement in Scotland, to improve what happens as a result. The National Standards have been simplified to seven Standards, reflecting the main elements of good community engagement - Inclusion, Support, Planning, Working Together, Methods, Communication and Impact.