Footway Improvements - Felpham - Old Coastguards to Admiralty Road

Closed 14 Jul 2016

Opened 24 May 2016

Feedback Updated 23 Dec 2016

We Asked

Was there anything else in the vicinity that you would like us to know about?

You Said

A good response has been received for the consultation here,20 packs were delivered to local residents with 71 responses which is a 32% response.

  • Old Coastguards indicated 56% in favour of the works with 35% not in favour of all respondents, a small majority but enough for clarity
  • Admiralty Road showed a 72% in favour with 24% not in favour of all respondents, a comfortable majority  in   favour.

Both of these projects have been passed to our contractor for commencement later in the year.

A number of respondents asked for a crossing point suitable for mobility scooters

We Did

THe possibility was looked into and a possible solution found, so this feature has been added to the project plan for delivery later in the year.

Results Updated 18 Jul 2016

A good response has been received for the consultation here, 220 packs were delivered to local residents with 71 responses which is a 32% response.

 

  • Old Coastguards indicated 56% in favour of the works with 35% not in favour of all respondents, a small majority but enough for clarity.

             Admiralty Road showed a 72% in favour with 24% not in favour of all respondents, a comfortable majority  in   favour. 

Both of these projects have been passed to our contractor for commencement later in the year.

Overview

As a part of the Blakes Mead housing works the developer has agreed to fund a number of measures to reduce the impact of the development on Felpham Village.

 

The second phasse of the measures proposed is to improve the footways at the junction of Old Coastguards and opposite Admiralty Road.

 

The scheme is intended to provide a safer method of crossing Old Coastguards and improving safety for vehicles entering and leaving.  The footway is to be joined up opposite Admiralty Road so that pedestrians are not required to use the road to get past.

Residents in the local area will receive a copy of this letter

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Why We Are Consulting

At a public meeting in October 2015 local residents and businesses expressed concern about elements of the Felpham Relief Road mitigation measure proposals.  In response, the Director of Highways and Transport deferred progression of the proposals ahead of a review and stated that a wider consultation would be undertaken before any works were reprogrammed.

Here is a map of the proposal

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Areas

  • Arun District

Audiences

  • Cyclists
  • Bus/coach Passengers
  • Car/Van Drivers
  • Bus Operators
  • All West Sussex Residents
  • Tenants/Leaseholders
  • Visitors/Tourists
  • Families
  • Carers
  • Parents

Interests

  • Community Speed Limits
  • Highways
  • Parking
  • Pavements