There has been significant negative comment on Cheshire East and Stockport's 22 week closure of the through route between Handforth and the car wash opposite Handforth Mosque.
The council is claiming this is all good news and part of government plans to build more cycle routes. But there is no information or explanation as to why this closure is taking so long?
Why can't such a major closure be completed in a much shorter time?
It is causing major access problems for residents and through traffic which has to divert to the A34 bypass. We can't access the Lakeland kitchenware shop or the dual carriageway to the airport or east to Poynton and Bramhall except by smaller roads.
Brian McGavin, Wilmslow