07 _ Haddington Town Centre Access Strategy
The final aims of the strategy targeted physical, social and economic benefits. Examples of physical outputs included improved pedestrian and cycle circulation; social outputs included promoting active travel choices and economic outputs included the increase and improvement of pedestrian activity creating retail circuits to encourage footfall benefiting residents, traders and businesses.
To inform the strategy, the project team met with both stakeholders and the local community to discuss detailed elements of the public realm and traffic arrangements over the course of several weeks. The resultant report sets out recommendations built through integral dialogue with the community and stakeholders, to take the strategy to the next stage of detailed design.
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