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Land East of Kenilworth Development Brief

3. Delivery of an effective and efficient transport system

Representation ID: 71285

Received: 11/01/2019

Respondent: Individual

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Land East of Kenilworth Development Brief

3. Delivery of an effective and efficient transport system

Representation ID: 71286

Received: 09/01/2019

Respondent: Individual

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a) Chapter 9, p151 - Traffic problems likely by having two access points. At peak times the flow of traffic past the indicated Leamington Rd junction is extremely heavy and the consequence of constructing a further traffic inflow at this point would add to the burden that drivers have to face during the weekday commute. Far better would be to use solely, the junction directly from the A46 roundabout, through the industrial sector and onto the spine road. Two junctions are unnecessary when one will suffice, remove the spine road junction onto the main Leamington bound main road.

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a) Chapter 9, p151 - Traffic problems likely by having two access points. At peak times the flow of traffic past the indicated Leamington Rd junction is extremely heavy and the consequence of constructing a further traffic inflow at this point would add to the burden that drivers have to face during the weekday commute. Far better would be to use solely, the junction directly from the A46 roundabout, through the industrial sector and onto the spine road. Two junctions are unnecessary when one will suffice, remove the spine road junction onto the main Leamington bound main road.

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Land East of Kenilworth Development Brief

3. Delivery of an effective and efficient transport system

Representation ID: 71287

Received: 13/01/2019

Respondent: Individual

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Land East of Kenilworth Development Brief

3. Delivery of an effective and efficient transport system

Representation ID: 71288

Received: 22/12/2018

Respondent: Individual

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Land East of Kenilworth Development Brief

5. Environmental quality

Representation ID: 71292

Received: 09/01/2019

Respondent: Individual

Representation Summary:

a) Agree entirely with Mr Kirwan's comments but would like to add that the loss of amenities to existing residents who are predominantly elderly in Thickthorn Close, would cause a great deal of stress. The increase in heavy traffic would obviously incur greater air pollution affecting residents with health problems.

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a) Agree entirely with Mr Kirwan's comments but would like to add that the loss of amenities to existing residents who are predominantly elderly in Thickthorn Close, would cause a great deal of stress. The increase in heavy traffic would obviously incur greater air pollution affecting residents with health problems.

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Land East of Kenilworth Development Brief

1. Delivery of a mix of housing

Representation ID: 71295

Received: 01/01/2019

Respondent: Individual

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Land East of Kenilworth Development Brief

3. Delivery of an effective and efficient transport system

Representation ID: 71300

Received: 08/01/2019

Respondent: Individual

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Land East of Kenilworth Development Brief

3. Delivery of an effective and efficient transport system

Representation ID: 71303

Received: 10/01/2019

Respondent: Individual

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Land East of Kenilworth Development Brief

Indicative Site Masterplan

Representation ID: 71307

Received: 14/01/2019

Respondent: Individual

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a) Whilst no objection in principle to the development, do not agree with the main 'spine road' using a section of Glasshouse Lane instead of being contained within the new development, as was shown in the original scheme. I believe this will encourage the development of 'rat runs' through existing residential areas and will have a significant negative affect on the quality of life in those areas affected.

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a) Whilst no objection in principle to the development, do not agree with the main 'spine road' using a section of Glasshouse Lane instead of being contained within the new development, as was shown in the original scheme. I believe this will encourage the development of 'rat runs' through existing residential areas and will have a significant negative affect on the quality of life in those areas affected.

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Land East of Kenilworth Development Brief

7. Creating a high quality designed urban environment

Representation ID: 71309

Received: 09/01/2019

Respondent: Individual

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a) Endorse the points made by Mr E Kerwan.
b) Since their construction the rose bed borders to properties on Thickthorn Close have been tended by the householders, new roses bought as necessary, with all such labour and expense carried by themselves. These borders greatly improve safety and convenience for children and older pedestrians. Further, as your proposals implicitly accept you cannot possibly consider widening the road.

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a) Endorse the points made by Mr E Kerwan.
b) Since their construction the rose bed borders to properties on Thickthorn Close have been tended by the householders, new roses bought as necessary, with all such labour and expense carried by themselves. These borders greatly improve safety and convenience for children and older pedestrians. Further, as your proposals implicitly accept you cannot possibly consider widening the road.

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