4. Cambridge Northern Fringe Area Action Plan

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Comment

Interim Sustainability Appraisal North East Cambridge AAP Issues and Options 2019

Representation ID: 32513

Received: 05/03/2019

Respondent: Dr Jason Day

Representation:

"In peak periods, parts of the network frequently operate at or near capacity" should be changed to reflect a more realistic view, Milton Road, Green End Road, and Kings Hedges Road are heavily congested during peak periods, and are massive sources of pollution.

The substantial increase in vehicle traffic that will occur from having a large development built in the middle of this needs serious thought. If not, we will experience significant additional delays and frustration, with economic and health implications. The development should have little or no provision for commuting by car.

Full text:

"In peak periods, parts of the network frequently operate at or near capacity" should be changed to reflect a more realistic view, Milton Road, Green End Road, and Kings Hedges Road are heavily congested during peak periods, and are massive sources of pollution.

The substantial increase in vehicle traffic that will occur from having a large development built in the middle of this needs serious thought. If not, we will experience significant additional delays and frustration, with economic and health implications. The development should have little or no provision for commuting by car.

Comment

Interim Sustainability Appraisal North East Cambridge AAP Issues and Options 2019

Representation ID: 33243

Received: 08/04/2019

Respondent: Mrs Clare Hargraves

Representation:

Encourage the building of new homes immediately.
Plan a site for a secondary school as part of the current sewage works land.