I was a bit underwhelmed by Taylor Wimpey's exhibition on proposals for Old Richard Lander School site (West Briton 11October).
To find out more please look at their website (incorrect in West Briton)- www.richardlanderschool.co.uk - and send them or me your comments.
I understand there is to be 35 per cent affordable housing, not 40 per cent as per website.
I am disappointed that there are no flats for the elderly included because it is not possible to find a better site on flattish land and connected to all facilities.
The Church needs a better deal on parking with some spaces reserved for its own use. It also needs good access to the food bank.
The public open space needs a bit of a rethink.
I know the extra, say, 400, cars will be a nightmare on Highertown corridor. However, particularly after my efforts to point up highways issues on proposal for 1500 houses at the western park and ride, I have to be realistic - this is going to happen. If you have views on the exit from the development onto A390 please let me know.
Please note that there is a possibility that the hated junction at the end of Newbridge Lane will be traffic lighted as part of this scheme.
Fiona Ferguson CC
07731 548 139
01326 375 969
Thursday, 24 May 2012
I am busy delivering leaflets calling a meeting to try to resolve the commuter parking problem in the Newbridge Lane and adjacent area. Please come and have your say on Wednesday 13th June at 7pm at All Saints Church Hall, Highertown, Truro TR1 3LD. The Leaflet is below:
Posted by Fiona Ferguson at 14:30