Council response to our petition a letter from Ricard Horniman, Director of Regeneration
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Meeting with the Mayor – and with Chief Executive Tony Parkinson. The meeting lasted some 75 minutes and was constructive. There were challenges about the consultation process used by MBC and the specifics of the first development of infrastructure which will affect us, namely Dixons Bank. We argued that before £1.7m was spent to encourage traffic to turn left, which they can do now, as in the picture, the Joint Strategic Transport Needs Assessment must be published and considered. We are awaiting a written response especially after sending a follow up email.
We followed up with a letter of thanks reinforcing our points, and later a summary of points and a copy of a press release as below. We understand that the correspondence will be considered on 6th November. Wade Tovey and Adrian Walker
A second Summit Meeting has been held and a series is planned in order to respond to the recently published Local Plan – watch this space
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