Cheltenham Plan Pre-Submission consultation

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Alex Chalk MP 09 Apr 2018

Pre-Submission Cheltenham Plan Transport Network (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1073
25. Turning to sustainable transport, in both my previous submissions I have "invited clearer emphasis on promoting Cheltenham as a cycling town". It would be clearer if the language referring to creating a "sustainable transport infrastructure" were tightened to include a direct reference to promoting a safe and segregated cycle network. 26. I would welcome the inclusion of practical measures that will encourage more sustainable means of transport. However, I note that in its limited comments o
Swindon Parish Council (Shaun… 09 Apr 2018

Pre-Submission Cheltenham Plan Transport Network (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1253
15 Transport Network Swindon Parish Council find the proposals contained within the plan unsound as it does not address the complex issues of the transport infrastructure resulting from the development proposals for the NW Cheltenham or the impact that the transport will have on the wider transport network. These issues and the concerns of Swindon Parish Council have already been outlined in previous submitted responses on the Cheltenham plan and the JCS. This latest version of the Cheltenham pl
Ken Pollock 09 Apr 2018

Pre-Submission Cheltenham Plan Transport Network (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1342
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Railfuture (Nigel Bray) 09 Apr 2018

Pre-Submission Cheltenham Plan Transport Network (no name)

  • Comment ID: 403
I am pleased to attach Railfuture's response to the above Consultation. We support Policy TN1 and the Objectives Themes A and B. Our only criticism of the soundness of Policy TN1 is that an alternative route to connect the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway to a new junction with the main line in the Swindon Village area does not appear to have been considered. We have no objection to the legal compliance of the Plan. Policy TN1: Protecting the route of the former Honeybourne rail line
HPP/Gloucestershire Design Pan… 09 Apr 2018

Pre-Submission Cheltenham Plan Transport Network (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1302
 We welcome the recognition that design and place-making are a contributing factor in the selection of sustainable transport modes by new and existing communities.
Conrad Jones 09 Apr 2018

Pre-Submission Cheltenham Plan Transport Network (no name)

  • Comment ID: 455
Whilst the plan talks about sustainable transport and the preference for walking and cycling there's is little detail about how this will be achieved or how this builds on the current network. The current network, whilst benefitting from some enhancements in signage and other measures has not fundamentally progressed for some years now - whilst Cheltenham has a better overall opportunity to encourage sustainable travel that many comparable towns. This is only an opportunity for a real step chang
HaShTAG (Peter Shield) 09 Apr 2018

Pre-Submission Cheltenham Plan Transport Network (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1135
We consider it imprudent to rely on policies in the JCS and on implementation of the Cheltenham Transport Plan to resolve existing and expected transport issues in Cheltenham. The former is at a too high, strategic level and relies solely on developers to come up with mitigation proposals. The latter is hugely controversial and many people feel that it will not succeed. Cheltenham has particular transport issues not shared by the other two authorities in the JCS. It is physically constrained on
Lorraine Fulford 09 Apr 2018

Pre-Submission Cheltenham Plan Transport Network (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1250
Junction 10 4-way must be constructed before West Cheltenham is developed.
Philip Douglas 09 Apr 2018

Pre-Submission Cheltenham Plan Transport Network (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1228
Stop penalising motorists. Increase free parking in town, improve roads, stop slowing & blocking traffic. It is destroying Cheltenham.
Reddings Resident Association… 09 Apr 2018

Pre-Submission Cheltenham Plan Transport Network (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1388
As section 14 and section 12 comments. The Local Plan and emerging LTP from the JCS requires much greater detailed analysis work before it can be considered sound. Long stay car park How are retail and commercial business to thrive in the town centre when access policies are being restricted, by an over-congested road network, an out-of-town train station, expensive buses and restricted parking? This policy will destroy the town centre and encourage business relocation to outlying areas of Che
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