Safe and central cycle hub

Closed 26 Feb 2023

Opened 19 Jan 2023

Results updated 23 Mar 2023

Thank you to everyone who took the time to respond to our survey.

478 responses were recevied and have now been analysed.

The 'Cycle hub survey highlights' document, which you can download from this page, is a quick overview of the results.

The 'Cycle hub survey analysis' document is the full report.



An estimated 70% of car journeys within Cheltenham are under 2km; many of these journeys could be made on foot or by bicycle. A modal shift to more active transport is needed to reduce emissions from privately owned vehicles.

As part of our commitment to become a Net Zero carbon council and borough by 2030, Cheltenham Borough Council is developing a safe cycle storage hub for visitors to the town centre.  Funded by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, the facility will be in a central location close to shops and restaurants and at the very least will provide a well-lit, secure, dry place to store your bikes and reduce the need to drive. 

Why your views matter

We have a brilliant opportunity to work with local businesses and Cheltenham’s cycling community to design a hub that works for all. To make sure the cycle hub meets the needs of our community we would like some feedback on what the facility would mean to you and what else you would like to see in the hub. 

It is not compulsory to provide any contact details. However, if you wish to do so there is space at the end of the survey.

For details of how your information will be used please see Cheltenham Borough Council's privacy policy


  • All Saints
  • Battledown
  • Benhall and The Reddings
  • Charlton Kings
  • Charlton Park
  • College
  • Hesters Way
  • Lansdown
  • Leckhampton
  • Oakley
  • Park
  • Pittville
  • Prestbury
  • Springbank
  • St. Marks
  • St. Pauls
  • St. Peters
  • Swindon Village
  • Up Hatherley
  • Warden Hill


  • Anyone from any background