MOD 18.1

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Object

Main Modifications to the Proposed Submission Core Strategy

Representation ID: 21350

Received: 09/09/2013

Respondent: Ms Alison Cooper

Representation:

This is appalling....first you encourage more car use and pollution by building another unrequired road and then you change your mind about building a train station at Glyne Gap? Have we not moved on? Are we still fawning to the corporate powers? Are we still not taking the environmental impact of these projects seriously?
Shame on you.

Full text:

This is appalling....first you encourage more car use and pollution by building another unrequired road and then you change your mind about building a train station at Glyne Gap? Have we not moved on? Are we still fawnng to the corporate powers? Are we still not taking the environmental impact of these projects seriously?
Shame on you.

Support

Main Modifications to the Proposed Submission Core Strategy

Representation ID: 21362

Received: 18/09/2013

Respondent: Highways Agency

Representation:

We are aware that an updated transport study (July 2013) has been produced as part of the supporting documentation. This document will form part of the evidence base and highlights the impact on the strategic road network. The modelling will help inform any future mitigation and so the HA will review the study and provide further comments

Full text:

We are aware that an updated transport study (July 2013) has been produced as part of the supporting documentation. This document will form part of the evidence base and highlights the impact on the strategic road network. The modelling will help inform any future mitigation and so the HA will review the study and provide further comments

Object

Main Modifications to the Proposed Submission Core Strategy

Representation ID: 21576

Received: 27/09/2013

Respondent: Rother and Hastings CPRE

Representation:

We believe that for sustainability reasons as well as public policy reasons the proposal to put a station at Glyne Gap should be in then plan. Even with the BHLR there will be substantial traffic around the Glyne Gap area and a positive proposal to use and enhance existing public transport facilities should be grasped. Previous studies have shown pollution levels on De La Warr Road are high. Post BHLR they will still be high, enhanced by increased traffic to the revamped shopping area. So public transport access is absolutely needed.

Full text:

We believe that for sustainability reasons as well as public policy reasons the proposal to put a station at Glyne Gap should be in then plan. Even with the BHLR there will be substantial traffic around the Glyne Gap area and a positive proposal to use and enhance existing public transport facilities should be grasped. Previous studies have shown pollution levels on De La Warr Road are high. Post BHLR they will still be high, enhanced by increased traffic to the revamped shopping area. So public transport access is absolutely needed.