Trinity Village Improvement Scheme

Closed 16 Dec 2022

Opened 21 Nov 2022


The Trinity Active Travel Improvement Plan survey carried out in October 2021 identified barriers to walking, cycling and bus use in the historic heart of the parish. A total of 321 responses were received. To respond to these concerns, the Trinity Village Improvement Board (Parish representatives with technical support from the Government of Jersey's Department of Infrastructure, Housing and Environment) have been working on potential improvement options for the community to consider following the Sustainable Transport Policy guidelines.

The Sustainable Transport Policy diagram showing the Jersey Mobility Hierarchy. Children, elderly people, people with sensory or mobility impairments are the highest priority and single occupancy motor vehicles are the lowest priority.

As part of the overall process, we are at the stage of carrying out community consultation as shown on the programme below.


Trinity Village Improvement Scheme programme showing the project to be in the community consultation phase.

Community Consultation


A successful consultation and workshop was held in Trinity Village on Saturday 5th November 2022 and this was attended by over 30 parishioners. The parishioners were passionate about what is valued and should be preserved in the village and shared their experience of barriers to active travel when walking, cycling and catching buses around the village. They considered in great detail the village improvement options, indicating their preferred choice and commented on what could be improved for their preferred option.  

The consultation materials can be found below:


This online consultation is for everyone to comment on the conceptual options provided and to indicate their preferred choice, from keeping things the same to significant changes for improving walking, cycling, bus access and the quality of the village public realm.

A colourful landscape architect sketch showing a conceptual view looking north from La Route de la Trinite.

Why your views matter

The purpose of this survey is to gain your views on the preferred option for reducing barriers to active travel in the historical heart of Trinity.

Please complete the online questionnaire and indicate your preferred option.

The information we collect is gathered, stored and used in accordance with our privacy policy:

Infrastructure, Housing and Environment privacy policy

What happens next

Feedback from the community consultation and the online questionnaire will be reviewed by the Board and the preferred choice will be presented to the Minister. 

The Minister will make a funding decision.