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Consultation - Birchwood Pinchpoint Scheme

Warrington Borough Council has secured Growth Deal funding from the government and the Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership to deliver a series of transport improvements along the A574 Birchwood Way corridor in Birchwood.

The Borough Council is proposing to deliver junction improvements at Oakwood Gate “The dog bone” and Moss Gate roundabouts and provide a new bus only link between Ordnance Avenue and Faraday Street.

These transport improvements have been proposed to reduce the high levels of congestion at these junctions, improve journey times along the A574 corridor, and improve bus journey times to the Birchwood Park area.

The Borough Council would like to know what you think of the proposed improvements and you can do this by completing the:

Birchwood pinchpoint scheme online questionnaire

 To help you complete the questionnaire, the Birchwood pinchpoint scheme leaflet [pdf] provides an overarching view of the proposals. If you require further information and a thorough breakdown check out the proposals for the Birchwood pinch point project in full.

Alternatively you can attend one of the drop-in consultation events planned in September where you can speak to the scheme designers and view the proposals in more detail.

Consultation events have been organised at:

Birchwood Shopping Centre, near ASDA 
- Thursday 11 September between 12 noon and 7pm 
- Saturday 13 September between 12 noon and 2pm

The Centre, Birchwood Business Park 
Thursday 18 September between 11:30am and 6pm 
- Tuesday 23 September between 11.30am and 6pm

If you would like a paper copy of the form and the proposals leaflet, please visit Contact Warrington on Horsemarket Street, visit one of the drop-in events or send your comments in writing to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Post:   Birchwood Pinchpoint, 

Transport Planning and Development Control, 
Warrington Borough Council, 
3rd Floor New Town House, 
Buttermarket Street, Warrington, WA1 2NH.

The consultation will last for four weeks and the closing date for comments is Monday 6 October 2014.


 Grass Cutting

The Town Council has recently been receiving a number of complaints about the reduced frequency of grass cutting throughout Birchwood.

Members have met with Officers of Warrington Borough Council regarding this matter.  The Borough Council has put information on its website to inform residents about its changes to the grass cutting services: 


Police and Town Councillor Joint Surgeries

Please note: There will be no more surgeries until further notice.


 UPDATE: Proposed regeneration of play and recreation facilities at Birchwood Forest Park

Over the last year, the Town Council has been working towards presenting proposals for a significant regeneration project to enhance Birchwood Forest Park.

Following an extensive community consultation and working in partnership with Warrington Borough Council, landowners of the park, documentation was prepared and an application for grant funding has been submitted to WREN.

At the May Town Council meeting, outgoing Chair, Councillor Pauline Nelson, was delighted to be able to announce that WREN has awarded the Town Council and the local community funding of £50,000 toward the costs of refurbishing the play and recreation facilities within Birchwood Forest Park.

The Town Council and Warrington Borough Council (the landowner) are also providing significant amounts of capital towards the project; the first phase of which will see overgrown areas thinned out, improvements to the play equipment and play area and the installation of some informal fitness equipment.

The Town Council is hoping that in future years we may also be able to look at improvements to the informal kickabout pitch and the skateboard/BMX area.

We are hoping the project will commence as soon as is possible, particularly as this year sees the 30th anniversary of the park.




' Serving Our Local Community'


Our motto and ethos is ‘Serving our Local Community’ which is something which we take great pride in doing.


We are continuing to develop our website and add new content as it becomes available.  If you cannot find what you are looking for then please do contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  You can access Town Council Minutes (which can be found in the 'Monthly Town Council Meetings' section) and the most recent Birchwood Community News magazine on the website.  If you would like a copy of any Minutes from previous years, please contact us via telephone or email.


Birchwood Town Council, responsible for the administration of the area, is quite unique in that it has its own community maintenance resource currently made up of three full time Maintenance Operatives and four part-time/temporary Maintenance Operatives.  They are on hand five days a week to tackle things such as litter picking and landscape maintenance. All our staff are competent and are equipped with the knowledge, support and equipment required to do their job.


In addition there are three part-time office staff who, together with local Councillors, deal with matters of concern to our residents on a daily basis. 


We also employ the services of a part-time Facilities Caretaker/Cleaner who takes bookings for the Community Meeting Room and keeps the Town Council's premises clean and tidy.   


We are located at Parkers Farm,  Delenty Drive, Birchwood  

Telephone & Fax No:   01925 819440    

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Our offices are usually open Monday to Friday from 9.00 am until 4.00 pm and the Maintenance Team is out and about from 8.00 am until 4.00 pm Monday to Friday.



Location: Parkers Farm, Delenty Drive, Birchwood, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 6AN
Tel: 01925 819440  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Saturday, 20 September 2014

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