Primary Route Status of Roads in BHCC

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Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,

I am requesting information on roads within Brighton and Hove CC that have primary route status.

May I have the following:

1. List of all roads that have a Primary Route status within BHCC area. If a road is partly a primary route, could I have the information of where they gain/lose primary route status in the form of grid ref OR lat/lon.
2. In addition, please explicitly state if the A270 has or has not got primary route status
3. Is Valley Garden project going to affect the Primary Route status of the A23, or other roads as a direct or indirect result.
4. Is there any consent from the national authority to use Primary Route signage on non-primary route roads within BHCC's local road network.
5. Are there any plans to remove/add primary route status to any roads?

Yours faithfully,

Thomas Jarvis

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Freedom of Information request
Our reference: 5041073
Your reference: [FOI #611620 email]

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Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,

Please could I have an update on the status of FOI request: 5041073 / #611620 please.

Yours sincerely,

Thomas Jarvis

Dear Mr Jarvis,
 
We apologise for the delay in providing a response to the information you
requested.
 
We are chasing this up with the Council team responsible for providing
this information (Transport) and we will send this to you as soon as we
receive it.
 
Kind regards,
 
John

John Hewes
Information Governance Officer
Information Governance Team
02173 295959
 

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Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,

Please could I have an update on the status of FOI request: 5041073 /
#611620 please.

Yours sincerely,

Thomas Jarvis

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Freedom of Information request
Our reference: 5041073
Your reference: [FOI #611620 email]

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Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,

Thank you for the information.

Yours sincerely,

Thomas Jarvis