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Help to protect Sussex countryside – object to A27 Arundel bypass proposal

29th November 2022

New National Highways consultation until 16 December.

National Highways are holding a Supplementary Consultation to present their revised design and seek feedback on the changes put forward.

The proposed route would ruin the beauty and tranquillity of river Arun water meadows; and the settings of Arundel, of the Binsted Rife valley and of the South Downs National Park. It would sever a huge, important wildlife area of ‘exceptionally rich biodiversity’ (Natural England). It would cut through the villages of Tortington and Binsted and cause more traffic in Walberton and Fontwell.  

Building an 8km new road would incur an enormous carbon footprint in construction. It would encourage people to take longer, faster and more frequent car journeys. This is not compatible with government and global net zero objectives.

There is a shorter, cheaper Arundel Alternative:

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