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> From: "M Chitty - Gateacre Soc"
> To: "Matthew Hopkins" (Amey)
> Sent: Saturday, October 26, 2013 9:42 AM
> Subject: Gateacre Park Drive traffic calming
>
>
>> Dear Mr Hopkins,
>>
>> I have been given your name by Stephen Walker of LCC Highways Department,
>> with whom I have been exchanging emails regarding the Aldi shopping
>> centre
>> development and its consequences. (The Gateacre Society is in favour of
>> the Aldi development, but very much opposed to the installation of speed
>> cushions and a bus layby on Gateacre Park Drive).
>>
>> I understand that revised proposals for traffic calming in the area are
>> about to be published. Could you please send me details of these
>> proposals, and tell me who is being consulted on them? (We hope that the
>> residents of the western end of Grange Lane - who will be very much
>> affected by any speed cushions on Gateacre Park Drive - will be asked for
>> their views, and we also hope that the Gateacre Society will have an
>> opportunity to comment).
>>
>> Mr Walker has told me that bus operators are routinely asked to comment
>> on
>> traffic calming proposals. Could you please tell me which companies - and
>> which individuals/sections within those companies - are being asked for
>> their views on this particular proposal?
>>
>> I am also interested to know what are the objectives of the current
>> traffic calming proposals. And what alternative ways of achieving these
>> objectives have been considered. Any information which you are able to
>> give me about this will be very welcome.
>>
>> Yours sincerely,
>>
>> Mike Chitty
>> (Newsletter Editor & Environment Secretary)
>>
>> THE GATEACRE SOCIETY



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