This post forms part of a series designed to keep households informed of what is being proposed by the developers for the White House Farm site. This is the fourth of five. If you want to read them in order, you can read the first one here.
The impact of predicted traffic flows
The obligations on a developer are limited to assessment an mitigation of the impact on traffic flows on local roads brought about solely due to the construction of the new development.
The obligations on a developer are therefore limited and it will be useless to try and make them responsible for more than their legal obligation, whatever one may think.
Work has been done by the developer to predict likely traffic flow increases or changes that are solely due to the development. It is the bottom two lines that will interest Westgate households. If Westgate west on this list means the cup-de-sac beyond the current mini-roundabout at the Sherborne road exit then Westgate east means the major part of the street up to the Westgate roundabout at the junction with Ave de Chartres.
Post number 5, the last in this series.
With thanks to Paul Wreyford for his permission to use the material he has so painstakingly researched for the Parklands Residents Association. Photos: Paul Wreyford.