Posts Tagged with "Traffic"

Your chance to ‘DO SOMETHING’

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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Deacon Petition

People are asking what they can do to oppose the developer-led planning. Here’s one suggestion. Let’s pre-empt their consultation and tell the Council we don’t want our countryside used to build soulless estates of unaffordable houses for the profit of the big developers. Take the first step and register your opposition to plans to build [...]

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Support for Truro City Council re. TEDC

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

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Dear Mr. Vella I am not local so I appreciate that my comments carry no weight with Cornwall council.  However, since I lived in Penwith, on and off, for ten happy years, and still visit Cornwall regularly, I want to express my support for the city council’s rejection of this scheme (Guardian Saturday 14th January). “Truro [...]

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Proposed site is ludicrous

Sunday, November 27, 2011

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I am writing regarding my opposition to the proposed Eastern development of Truro. I’m all in favour of big name stores coming IN TO Truro , but I think the proposed site is ludicrous. Have any of the people who are in support driven in to Truro ? The roads  can’t cope now .Once a [...]

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Well said Mrs. Eathorne-Gibbons!

Sunday, November 27, 2011

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Cllr Mike Eathorne- Gibbons is a leading advocate of the Truro Eastern District Centre development but, as all men know, lady wives are not automatically of the same persuasion Writing in her “Bugle” newsletter Cllr Lorrie Eathorne-Gibbons talks about the TEDC and comments:- ‘I have grave concerns on the increased traffic and sewerage implications for [...]

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A very concerned Cornishman writes to the Mail

Saturday, November 26, 2011

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The outspoken attack that Prince Charles, our Duke of Cornwall, has launched on ‘uncontrolled urban sprawl’ does not tie up with the Developments being planned for the eastern side of Truro . Some 55 acres of superb arable land, owned by the Duchy of Cornwall, is being proposed for the site of a Park & [...]

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Stadium plan halted for road issues – why not the TEDC scheme?

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

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A recent article on thisiscornwall – (see here) states that, due to concerns from the Highways Agency over the potential impact on the surrounding road network, the plans have been put on hold. Surely this (Eastern) development will have almost as much, if not the same impact on the surrounding roads as the proposed Stadium for [...]

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Bus user appalled by proposed TEDC development

Saturday, September 24, 2011

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As a regular user of the bus service into Truro I was appalled at the proposed development off the A.390.  In an already busy area even more traffic will be at the junction  with the A.39.  It is also likely to lead to bus stops being needed near the junction, again causing delays (if these are [...]

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Proposed Tregolls Road alterations

Friday, September 23, 2011

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Proposed Tregolls Road alterations

It’s perhaps time to correct a major misunderstanding of recent days, in that I had understood the central reservation and flower beds along Tregolls Road would be destroyed in order to provide the required bus lane into the city.  In fact this is untrue – at least for the time being – and the council’s [...]

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Duke of Cornwall is trying to pull a ‘fast one’ over the whole Cornish population

Thursday, September 15, 2011

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Duke of Cornwall is trying to pull a ‘fast one’ over the whole Cornish population

Having followed the debate regarding the Duke of Cornwall’s proposed development, which I notice is now being referred to as ‘Truro’s Eastern District Centre’. There are two things that immediately occur to me: Who came up with that most stupid and asinine name? The second being that the spokesperson for the development company is of [...]

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