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Dear Highways England Company Limited,

With the proposed development of Lion Farm Fields into a High End Retail Park. Could you please provide the following information on the impact to Junction 2 M5 and on the M5 motorway:

i) what would be the impact on air quality with the proposed development and the extra road traffic it would generate.

ii) could I have a copy of any impact studies done in regards to this development and its impact on the M5 at junction 2.

iii) what is the expected increase in traffic volumes, with regards to this Retail Park.

iv) how long will the changes take to Junction 2 in light of this development.

v) what would be the cost of these changes, that will be necessitated by this development.

vi) with the already announced changes to Birchey Island which joins directly onto M5 junction 2, will you be coordinating your works, with the local authority.

Yours faithfully,

Brian Crockett

Highways England, Highways England Company Limited

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Dear Mr Crockett,

 

Thank you for your request for information dated 11 July 2018 about the
proposed development of Lion Farm Fields into a High End Retail Park.
 Your request has been dealt with under the terms of the Environmental
Information Regulations 2004. Please find attached our response.

 

Kind regards

 

Rachel Keogh, Customer Correspondence Executive

High Level Correspondence Team - Operations Midlands
Highways England | The Cube | 199 Wharfside Street | Birmingham | B1 1RN

Customer Contact Centre: 0300 123 5000
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