Organisations that will have a say in any changes to the A46, be it expansion or re-routing. With Gloucestershire County Council making the initial proposal, this is then submitted to Western Gateway for review and ultimate submission to Highways England.
The Western Gateway Sub-National Transport Body is formed by an alliance of local authorities that have made a commitment to work together to drive innovation, maximise economic growth and improve industrial productivity by strengthening travel connections to local, national and international markets.
Key Cabinet Members
Transport workstream of the Midlands Engine for Growth. They are a partnership of 28
local authorities, 11 Local Enterprise Partnerships, two airports, Chambers of Commerce, Highways
England, HS2 Ltd, Network Rail and the Department for Transport.
Formed to co-ordinate the efforts of local authorities and LEPs to collectively highlight the need for improvement to the A46/M69 corridor.
A government owned company charged with operating, maintaining and improving England’s motorways and major A roads including the A46.
Member of Parliament for Tewkesbury
Based upon a potential development of 10,195 homes and approximately 100 hectares of employment land, the programme was awarded the Garden Community/Town status early 2019.
Ultimately any plans for the A46 will be impacted by the construction of the Garden Town.
Our local Parish Council’s website with a tab for the A46 and other information under the Roads & Transport heading.