Jackson Square - Traffic Flow

Letter from the Bishop's Stortford Civic Society to the Development Control Officer, East Herts District Council

Peter Biggs
Development Control Officer
East Herts District Council
Wallfields
Pegs Lane
Hertford
SG13 8EQ
14 June 2005
Town Centre Stakeholders Group

Thank you for your letter of 1 June

The Civic Society finds the results of the County's traffic modelling surprising to say the least. We wondered whether the modelling had allowed for the impact once the goods yard site had been redeveloped and the new road built through it. It would be very short sighted to plan the Jackson Square development as if it were a stand alone project. In any event it would surely reduce the number of potentially conflicting traffic movements if the entry and exit points to the car park were reversed, with entry from Adderley Road and exit on to the Causeway. Please could you consider this.

Finally, could you let me know what the position is on the transport plan for the town and whom to contact about it.

JOHN RHODES
CHAIRMAN
Bishop's Stortford Civic Society

Reply from Peter Biggs, Development Control Manager, East Herts District Council  Top 

Reply from Peter Biggs, EHDC

Excerpt (1 page) from Council's Local Plan Policy Briefing Paper cited in above letter from East Herts District Council  Top 

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