Things tagged 'newdevelopments'

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3 issues found for 'newdevelopments':

  • Sustrans "Handbook" - comment on new chapters by 30 June

    Created by Rohan Wilson // 4 threads

    Sustrans' "Handbook for cycle-friendly design", intended as a non-aligned expression of standards and processes for cycling provision, for public and specialist guidance, was published at the same time as the Campaign's "Making Space for Cycling". It received some criticism from members of CCyC.

    Sixteen draft new chapters are at
    http://www.sustrans.org.uk/our-services/what-we-do/route-design-and-construction and comments invited.

    Subjects include: new developments; parking; design concepts; network planning; community involvement; signing; cycle-rail integration; and more...

    Deadline for comments: 30 June

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  • Milton Road Housing Development in Back Gardens 12/1537/FUL

    Created by Richard Taylor // 1 thread

    A new development is proposed behind 231-247 Milton Road in Cambridge.

    The entrance driveway / road will need to cross the popular off-road cyclepath on Milton Road.

    The crossing needs to be designed to be cycle friendly; ie. level for cyclists, with good visibility for cars to be able to see cyclists on the path, and with cars required to give way for cyclists.

    There is a need to watch this development through the planning process.

    Alternatively an access to the development from Woodhead Drive might be the safer option.

    There appears to be potential for a cycle and pedestrian route through the site; but that is not currently planned for.

    My article on the proposals is at:

    http://rtaylor.co.uk/5712

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  • Cambridge East development

    Martin Lucas-Smith // 1 thread

    The Cambridge East development is in the 2006 Cambridge Local Plan and would have a big effect on cycling and traffic more generally in the area.

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