A46 Coventry Junctions Upgrade - Walsgrave Junction - Public Consultation - January 2022

Closed 14 Feb 2022

Opened 11 Jan 2022


Alongside our ongoing work to upgrade Binley junction, we’ve been assessing various options to upgrade the junction at Walsgrave. Our work showed that only one option was viable and could deliver the required improvements at the junction.

Between January 2022 and February 2022, we held a public consultation on this viable option, known as Option 11. We also shared detail on the discounted options and explained why these were not viable.

The feedback received during the consultation showed support for improvements at Walsgrave junction and support for Option 11 and we are therefore taking this scheme to the next stage of design development.

You can find out more about the preferred route in our brochure.

This consultation has now closed. Please visit the scheme webpage for further information and updates on the scheme.

We’re holding a public consultation on our plans to improve the A46 Walsgrave junction.

We’d like to hear what you think, so please share your ideas, concerns and local knowledge with us.

The consultation will run from Tuesday 11 January to Monday 14 February 2022.

Please view the consultation brochure and supporting information on this page for more details and follow the link below to complete an online version of the response form.

Why your opinion matters

The feedback and comments you provide will help us to understand the local area better as well as the scheme benefits and any potential impacts.

All responses received during the public consultation will be recorded and analysed. Where it is possible, we will use your feedback to help
develop the scheme design or to help identify ways to address concerns about the impacts of the scheme.

How to respond

We’d like to hear your views. You can respond using one of the following methods:

  • Complete an online version of the response form by following the link at the bottom of this page.
  • Send a paper copy of the response form to our freepost address: 
    simply put the response form into an envelope, write the freepost name on the front and put it in your local post box. There is no need to use a stamp. 

All online responses must be received by Highways England by 11:59pm on Monday 14 February 2022 . Responses posted on the closing date will be accepted.

Where to get more information

We want to make sure you have access to all the information you need about the scheme.

Our information channels below are available for you to access during the consultation:

  • Visit our scheme webpage for up to date information and to sign up for automatic email updates about the scheme
  • Request a call back from a member of the project team by calling our Customer Contact Centre on 0300 123 5000
  • Email the project team at: A46coventryjcns@highwaysengland.co.uk
  • Join one of our online information events. We will share the event link on our webpage before the event. You may need to download Microsoft Teams to access these events. These events will take place:
    • Thursday 20 January from 6pm to 8pm
    • Wednesday 26 January from 12pm to 2pm
    • Saturday 29 January from 11am to 1pm 

What happens next

Now we have announced our preferred route, we’ll undertake the next stage of design development. This is when we’ll develop more detail on the highway structures and overall design. It’s also when the next stages of environmental assessments are completed and we’ll look at the steps we can take to reduce any environmental impacts. During this stage of the scheme, we’ll hold another public consultation, giving you the opportunity to comment on a more developed proposal.


  • All members of the public


  • Roads