We are a volunteer group of residents, aiming to make Sully’s streets more people-friendly, improving our outdoor spaces, facilitating active travel (walking, cycling, scooting, etc.) and reducing unnecessary motor traffic. We want to make Sully a safer, healthier and happier place for everyone. We want to connect people from around the village.

We all deserve to get the most out of our neighbourhood, regardless of age or physical ability, but obstacles such as uneven pavements, inadequate crossings, pavement parking and excess traffic too often get in the way. Our group will work with the community, the local primary school, the local community Council (SLCC) and the Vale of Glamorgan Council to overcome these problems and reclaim shared spaces that we can all enjoy. Here are some of our aims:

  • To make it easier for everyone to make local trips on foot or by bike
  • Connect people from everywhere in the community, including residents of the new housing development
  • Change the character of South Road, currently a through road, separating the village and acting as a barrier/deterrent
  • Safer routes to protect children walking to school
  • Add new pedestrian crossings where needed
  • Create wider and safer pavements
  • Create traffic calming measures
  • Improve public transport and cycling links to Penarth, Barry and beyond
  • Use planting to make the community look nicer and add greenery to residential streets

Together, we can make Sully an even better place to be. So, if you are interested, do not hesitate to get in touch.

Contact our group

sullygroup@livingstreets.org.uk

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