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Barbarawils68
Barbarawils68
16 Sep 2016 16:11

Here are the detailed documents in relation to the new SANGS. It will take some reading.  Here is the link.

 

http://gis.teignbridge.gov.uk/TeignbridgePlanningOnline/Results.aspx?Type=Application&Refval=16/02485/MAJ

Lynne
Lynne
16 Sep 2016 17:36

Just looked at the Design and Access statement.

Vehicular access will be from the A379.  Cyclists and pedestrians willalso be able to enter from Orchard Lane (St Mary's cottages) and Shutterton Lane!   Shutterton Lane!!!!!!! Cyclists and pedestrians in Shutterton Lane?????!!!!!!! Have the planners ever been down Shutterton Lanel I wonder? The only way Shutterton Lane could be safe is for it to become a no through road for vehicles - which it can't be because people live down it.

Doh!

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Lynne
Lynne
17 Sep 2016 11:11

And now I've looked at the transport assessment.

On page 2 it gives details of the accidents that have happened on the A379 near to this proposed SANGs.

With regard to the A379 and the Shutterton Lane junction it shows that there have ony been two slight accidents of late - one on 12.1.15 and the other on 27.4.15.

So does that mean that the junction is deemed to be safe?

And does that mean that the highways people and the planners will say that Shutterton Lane is deemed to be safe for cyclists and pedestrians?

Gary Taylor
Gary Taylor
28 Sep 2016 07:35

Dawlish SANGS (16/02485/MAJ) is an agenda item at this Thursday's DTC Planning Committee Meeting at The Manor House.

 

A snap-shot of the proposals showing the various access points, paths and planting (an extract from the D&AS above) can be viewed below:

 

http://docimages.teignbridge.gov.uk/Planning/StreamDocPage/obj.pdf?DocNo=3894840&PDF=true&content=obj.pdf

 

 

tom
tom
05 Oct 2016 18:32

Lynne, I think you'll find pedestrians already use Shutterton Lane.

The increased usage from the SANGS together with some signage may help to slow down the inconsiderate car drivers who think that pedestrians have no right to be there... 

 

Lynne
Lynne
05 Oct 2016 23:22

Well I certainly wouldn't walk  along Shutterton Lane.

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