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LETTER: Path shouldn’t be shared

It is with the greatest concern that I have learnt,through the Petworth Neighbourhood Options Questionnaire, of the proposal that what is a public right of way across the Shimmings Valley, may in the future become ‘a new shared foot/cycle path parallel to North Street’.

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LETTER: Road widening not the answer

A27 ‘improvement’ is an issue that is so important, not just to the people of Chichester, not just to me, but to the planet too.

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LETTER: Some A27 idea suggestions

I’m puzzled as to why the northern option was removed from the list of options so quickly, leaving scant time for members of the public to have proper debate and consultation.

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LETTER: No special relationship

There were many reasons why the public voted to come out of the EU.

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All need to have same agenda

I write as a resident and business owner on the Manhood Peninsula to comment and plead on the consultation of the A27.

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LETTER: A27: City needs its MP’s input

For many years, Andrew Tyrie has been able to enjoy his comfortable majority, and has not had to dirty his hands with local issues.

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LETTER: A27: A letter to Mr Grayling

I am writing on behalf of my husband and myself in order to voice my objections to the southern option of the A27 improvement scheme.

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LETTER: A27: Only viable option to north

I would like to add additional comments to the objections raised against all the southerly routes proposed in the consultation.

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LETTER: Regeneration much needed

I note in a Bognor Observer poll 87 per cent of respondents agreed with Bill Bryson who wrote in his book The Road to Little Dribbling that as far as he could tell all authorities (Arun District Council and Bognor Town Council) were just keeping Bognor ticking over like a town on life support, clearly recognising neither had grabbed the opportunities for regeneration but rather have tinkered at the edges providing just enough support to keep the town alive.

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LETTER: A27: Proper new bypass needed

I am a Chichester resident, living close to the A27 and I am writing about the proposed improvements to the A27. I am strongly of the view none of the proposals represent a viable way forward, but a proper, new bypass (ie a northern bypass) is the only real solution.

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LETTER: A27: Get funds and get on with it

The ongoing saga of the Chichester bypass is a very weary process for everyone concerned.

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LETTER: A27: All schemes fail in all respects

We see many criticisms of the HE proposals, but no real alternative solutions apart from my two options; and no one, as far as I am aware has commented on these.

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LETTER: Through traffic has priority

Prior to my visit to the new bypass schemes for Chichester at Boxgrove, my vision for the way forward was to have flyovers at all the Chichester roundabouts with possible traffic lights on the roundabouts, if they were necessary, at a later date. This would be very similar to the schemes you see on the A27 in the Portsmouth area.

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LETTER: Oving lights cause danger

I am dismayed The Observer has joined the ‘fight’ to retain the current operation of Oving traffic lights. This seems very partisan and takes no account of the views of Oving Road residents living to the city-side of the lights.

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LETTER: A27: Reinstate the options Chris

By their own admission, four of the five ‘options’ guarantee us, the residents, will be ‘blessed’ with increased nitrogen dioxide levels. How lucky can we get? What will be the long-term expense to the NHS?

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LETTER: Concerned about A27 data

I’ve become concerned about how Highways England (HE) seem to have collected much of their data for the A27 bypass proposals so I worked through the argument in the A27 Chichester Bypass Local Model Validation Report and my comments are linked to sections in that document.

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LETTER: A27: No solution for Portfield

Whatever advantages or demerits (mostly the latter) there may be in each of the reduced number of five options now on the table for A27 improvements, they all share one glaring fault.

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LETTER: A27: Considerable anger in south

It is immensely dispiriting and puzzling to read in the Observer last week that supporters of the ‘No Option’ are being portrayed as a bunch of petulant luddites standing in the way of real journey time improvements for Chichester motorists.

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LETTER: Oving crossing is a necessity

I was delighted to see that the Observer is joining the campaign to save the Oving Crossing and its intelligent lights. But there is a glowing error in the article published on August 25th which states traffic will only be allowed in and out of Shopwyke Road on a left turn only basis.

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LETTER: A27: Northern route impacts less

I remember well when the new A27 was built and ran from the west end of the Chichester bypass to Cosham and beyond.

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