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Highways England 29 Aug 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 6 Area Policies Newark Area Role of the Newark Urban Area Infrastructure - Transport Content

  • Comment ID: 144
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Finally, in paragraph 6.16 of the Development Plan, we note that strategic highway infrastructure to be funded through the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and other sources of funding is set out. However we note that the A1/B6326 London Road Roundabout, Balderton, which was included in the previous Sites and Settlements consultation has been removed from the current consultation document. We would appreciate clarity as to why this has been removed.
Nottinghamshire County Council 08 Aug 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 6 Area Policies Newark Area Role of the Newark Urban Area Infrastructure - Transport Content

  • Comment ID: 180
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Paragraph 6.15. NCC would suggest that the text should explain that the SLR is already partly constructed and the section between Staple Lane and Bowbridge Lane is now open to traffic.
Nottinghamshire County Council 08 Aug 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 6 Area Policies Newark Area Role of the Newark Urban Area Infrastructure - Transport Content

  • Comment ID: 181
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
Paragraph 6.16 refers to a list of infrastructure improvements on the A46 Newark Bypass and these are separately itemised in the first 5 bullet points. These schemes are now incorporated into the Highways England proposals to improve the A46 Newark Northern Bypass and its junction with the A1. This scheme will be funded through central government funding sources (not CIL) and is being planned for delivery in the next Roads Investment Period 2020/2025 (RIS2). It is suggested that the separate bul