St Marks Passage New Shared Use Path and Parallel Crossing

Closed 11 Oct 2021

Opened 13 Sep 2021

Results updated 10 Mar 2022

Thank you to all those who submitted feedback to this consultation which closed on 11 October 2021.

Following consideration of the responses received, a Chief Officer Decision (COD) has now been published on the council’s website, and is available here (see item 5):

The COD approves officers to proceed with the conversion of the footpath to a shared use path under Section 3 of the Cycle Tracks Act 1984 and Cycle Tracks Regulations 1984, and delegates to officers the construction of the proposal, subject to there being no objections to the making of the Cycle Track Order.



The Council would like to improve the accessibility between Bulstrode Gardens and Bath Road for both pedestrians and cyclists, by turning St Marks Passage into a shared use path for pedestrians and cyclists.

The proposal also includes the conversion of the existing zebra crossing opposite St Mark’s Passage into a parallel crossing. A parallel crossing will allow both pedestrians and cyclists to cross safely. This is in line with the Council’s commitment in promoting more active travel and increasing cycling levels across the Borough. Please see the ‘Related Documents’ section below to view or download the plans of the proposals.

Pictures of the location for the proposals is shown below:

Approximate location:

Why your views matter

We're carrying out this consultation in order to hear your views on the proposals. We welcome feedback and comments that can help inform our plans, and would appreciate you filling out the short survey by clicking 'Have your Say' below. 

You can also submit your comments to us in writing by email or post - please send any comments to us (quoting: 'St Marks Passage consultation') to:, or by post to the following address:

Traffic, Transport and Parking
Hounslow House
7 Bath Road

Should you need this information in an alternative format, please email to request this. 


  • Central Hounslow