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MASSIVELY EXPENSIVE BHLR : TRAGICOMEDY CONTINUES : ELECTION – QUESTIONS FOR CANDIDATES

So much is wrong with the Bexhill to Hastings Link Road (BHLR) that it would be very fertile ground for a film, play – or comic opera. One aspect of the saga is the ever rising cost, so where better to … Continue reading

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EAST SUSSEX: UNCERTAIN ROLE FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT ?

PROPOSED CUTS IN BUS SERVICES There has been a massive response to the County County consultation on its proposed cuts, though there’s a high probability that the complex design of the questionnaire will have deterred many from attempting to fill … Continue reading

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SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT IN THE SHADOW OF BHLR

SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT NEWS UPDATE Bexhill to Hastings Link Road (BHLR) ‘Complementary Measures’ – Offsetting Environmental Destruction – Real Time Bus Information – Access to Hospital, or not – Glyne Gap Station – Bus Service Cuts – Challenging £multi-million South Coast … Continue reading

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GLYNE GAP STATION/BETTER ALTERNATIVES PLEASE/AMBER RUDD’S PUSH FOR MORE CONGESTION/KIDS CUT OFF FROM NATURE

GLYNE GAP STATION PLANS ”Should be retained for the next planning period” – JRC Consultancy report January, 2014. Concurrent with the demonstration in support of a new station at Glyne Gap, and following a formal objection to deletion of the … Continue reading

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DELETION OF GLYNE GAP STATION PLAN ‘POINTLESS’/FLOODS BRING TEMPORARY TRANQUILLITY TO COMBE HAVEN

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To coincide with the opening of the new Marks and Spencers store at Ravenside (Glyne Gap) on the 28th November, Campaign for Better Transport – East Sussex, and the Hastings Alliance, held a demonstration to publicise the absence of a … Continue reading

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COMBE HAVEN, OCTOBER 2013.

Combe Haven and its smaller tributary valleys are currently being transformed by construction works on a massive scale – and this is only the beginning. Doubtless, many of those who have cherished the experience of walking in these valleys in … Continue reading

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LINK ROAD – ESCC COUNCILLOR: ‘INVESTMENT AN EXACT SCIENCE’ ; GATHERING IN THE VALLEY

BHLR – COSTS RISE £13.35m. The costs increase, funded entirely by the county’s council tax payers, was approved by ESCC 0n the 10th July, bringing the current total of public funding required to £113.35m. This increase alone could have funded  … Continue reading

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