Illegal off road biking

Stockport's Chief Superintendent has responded to Liberal Democrat calls for action on antisocial behaviour about off-road bikes. They have promised that neighbourhood inspectors will be drawing up plans of action not just in our neighbourhoods but across Stockport, as offenders move across a wide area. 

We will continue to work in partnership with the council and police to put in place sollutions that tackle the issue and work for the general public. Measures like more barriers at entrances to green spaces can make it difficult for people with disabilities or prams.

The Liberal Democrats will continue their strong partnership with the police for safer communities, making sure promises of increased resources for Bredbury and Woodley are kept, and will work on better ways for residents to report incidents of antisocial lbehaviour as well as where bikes are stored and who is riding them.

Sign up to our email newsletters to get the latest information on our campaign against illegal off-road biking, as well as other campaigns that affect you locally. 

Sign up for email updates

We will keep you up to date by email.

The Liberal Democrats may use the information you provide, including your political opinions, to further our objectives and share it with our elected representatives. Any data we gather will be used in accordance with our privacy policy: libdems.org.uk/privacy. You can exercise your rights and withdraw your consent to future communications by contacting us: data.protection@libdems.org.uk or: DPO, Lib Dems, 1 Vincent Square, SW1P 2PN.