Dear West Sussex County Council,
Please provide correspondence between WSCC and any other person or body concerning the widening of the staggered crossroads junction of Parkfield Way and Pondside, Bolnore Village, Haywards Heath, West Sussex.
Dear Mr Carter,
Thank you for your enquiry, which has been forwarded to the appropriate officers for a response. The usual timescale for a response is twenty working days, that is by or on 19th October.
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Kerry Rickman | Customer Relations Officer , Customer Relations Team , Communities Directorate, West Sussex County Council | Location: County Hall , West Street , Chichester, PO19 1RQ
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Dear Mr Carter,
I refer to your request dated 21^st September 2017, which has been dealt
with under the Freedom of Information Act.
Your request related to temporary widening of Parkfield Way.
We have now completed a search for the information which you requested and
confirm that this Authority holds some data relevant to your request.
I am now able to respond to you with the following:
Please see attached documents and response below:-
“Crest were granted a licence to construct the temporary widening and
island change, together with flaring on the approach to the relief road
roundabout as indicated on the attached ‘Phase 1’ plan. A ‘permissive use’
agreement was used to secure temporary rights for highway users over the
Under the terms of the licence Crest are also required to construct the
Phase 2 works, which involves removing the junction widening works only.
You should note that the developer is not required to remove the
adjustment to the traffic island, nor remove the flaring on the approach
to the roundabout as there is no real benefit to be had by removing these
works. We have the power to direct when the phase 2 works will be carried
out, and we will do so when heavy site traffic operations come to an end.”
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