Winchester now has a car club - so now it's practical to get rid of the car, cut dangerous green house gas emissions by driving less, get healthier, feel virtuous and save a fortune! 

Winchester City Council is consulting on waste, ending 14 July. 

Works to Winchester bus station start at the beginning of July, to be completed by September. When the bus station reopens, buses will no longer use the High Street but travel through the bus station in a northerly direction along Friarsgate and/or Tanner St and Silver Hill and use the bus stops behind Marks & Spe

Winchester Councillors assured Chris Holloway of WinACC at the Cabinet meeting on 12 June that all parties backed the Council's commitment to reduce the carbon footprint of the proposed new leisure facilities to as close to zero as financially and technically feasible, in respect of the use of the whole site, its construction, running emissions and user travel emissions.

Tom Brenan is to be WinACC's new executive director, taking over from Chris Holloway. 

At the end of the meeting “Movement in Winchester: learning from Oxford” on 13 June 2017, people were asked for the most important lessons they would to take forward into discussions about how to make it easier and more pleasant to move round Winchester. These are their lessons: 

As usual, WinACC will have a stall at Oram's Arbour on Hat Fair - this year on Sunday 2 July. We will run our pollution poll to ask people what they want done about air pollution in Winchester. We ran this twice last year - see the findings.

Traffic congestion was the biggest challenge identified by last year's conference Winchester: Thinking Ahead. The conference report said "Winchester will inevitably change – to manage it, we need to address movement – i.e. how people move about the city, including walking, cycling, public transport, traffic congestion as well as cars and other vehicles."

WinACC response to the inadequate Government draft Air Quality Plan "Tackling nitrogen dioxide in our towns and cities: A consultation".

WinACC looked to all political parties to commit to Britain’s leadership role on climate change and spell out what that means in their 2017 election manifestos.