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Created: < 06-01-04, Changed: 12/05/2014,  08/10/2017

What to do next           

Read the Government Roads Review see URL link on my first page to DoT DoE. The Integrated Transport consultation and roads review have now passed we await the result. Write to the Department of Transport: Highways Agency Network Division, Highways Agency. Write To your local paper Write to Transport Minister and there shadow ministers Relevant cabinet ministers are: – Gavin Strang, Minister of Transport – John Prescott, Deputy Prim Minister, Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and Regions – Letter sent based on Summary of the Case Against. – Michael Meacher, MP. – Letter sent base on Summary of Case Against -The Baroness Hayman – Roads Minister Send me any information for inclusion here and a small personal profile if you like. Issues not addresses of could be addressed further: Code use to hide the scheme: The scheme ‘A21 Tonbridge Bypass to Pembury Bypass Dualling’ has a coded title “The Weald and Downland DBFO Project”. – These projects have been broken up and don’t exist any more, but the individual road schemes still do they may be put together in a different way. Natural environmental aspects: Great Crested and palmate newts, Nightingales and Grasses. The inspectors report went as far as he could to draw attention to the weakness in the environmental assessment. Other road schemes in the vicinity: The A228 Rochester – Tunbridge Wells scheme, which part of called the Colts Hill by-pass may be proceeded with. This is a county strategic route, though it is an A road. Graham Salmon 01892 526805 of Tunbridge Wells FoE is working on this one.

  • Watch this space for Walking public foot paths across the route.
  • Pre-walk took place on 9-8-97 to check public footpaths. OS map has been withdrawn for this area can you get a map?. See foot path WT190 and WT192.
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