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Thursday, 24 August 2017

Momentous decision Letter to Littlehampton Gazzette 24.8.17




(The Editor)
Littlehampton Gazette
Littlehampton

17th August 2017


Dear Editor


Re:  Momentous Decision for the A27 Arundel Bypass


I am writing this letter before the options are known,


Arundel desperately needs an offline bypass to take traffic away from the town and allow  drivers to navigate and get about their business without the constant inconvenience of the Arundel log jam.


This is an issue not just for Arundel, but for Littlehampton and Bognor Regis residents,  the economic future of the towns is reliant on a efficient road and rail system.


It's extremely important that the silent majority comes forward and gives their views, many anti road protestors are trying to hijack the debate pushing a narrow environmental argument,


But there is nothing green in hundreds of cars queuing and polluting the air of towns like Arundel, Storrington, there is nothing green with our villages and towns being plagued by rat runners.


This is an quality of life issue, places like Newbury are much better places now because they had a by-pass built,  which was opposed by the likes of Swampy.  So please give your views and do not be put off by the half truths of arguments being put forward by groups like SCATE.


Yours Sincerely


Cllr. Paul Dendle
Arundel & Walberton Ward

Member Arun District Council

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