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Devon County Council will be holding a Public Consultation on the North Devon Link Road (NDLR).

The NDLR is inadequate in performing its multiple functions of a strategic transport link, local route and focus for economic growth.

Devon County Council is consulting on a scheme to improve the section of the NDLR between Borner's Bridge Junction on the A361 north of South Molton and Heywood Road Roundabout on the A39 north of Bideford to help inform further design work and develop a preferred option.

The potential improvements to the NDLR aim to be the catalyst to facilitate a higher level of economic development by driving forward an ambitious growth strategy for the area as set out in the Local Plan. The scheme will be a substantial improvement to the existing road and address several issues already prevalent along the route.

The Public Consultation will run from the 9th June, 2017 and last for 7 weeks until 28th July, 2017. Public Consultation exhibitions are being held at the following locations to provide information about the preliminary design option for improving this section of the NDLR and to give you the opportunity to ask any questions.

Fri 16th June 9am – 5pm              Exhibition Green Lanes Barnstaple

Sat 17th June 9am – 5pm             Exhibition Green Lanes Barnstaple 

Tues 20th June 12pm – 8pm         Exhibition Bideford Town Hall

Fri 23rd June 12pm – 8pm            Exhibition South Molton Amory Centre

Plus one week unmanned exhibition at Taw View commencing 24th July

To share your views and comments on the proposed improvements, please complete the online questionnaire at https://new.devon.gov.uk/haveyoursay/ which will be available from the 9th June.

More information on the scheme is available from the Devon County Council scheme website:

https://new.devon.gov.uk/ndlr/

 

Due to the need to meet the government’s timetable for submission of the funding bid there is a  7-week period for your consideration of the proposals and response.  Consequently we are providing advance notice of this in the anticipation that you can meet this deadline. If you see this as a problem please let me know as soon as possible.

Devon County Council will be holding a Public Consultation on the North Devon Link Road (NDLR).

The NDLR is inadequate in performing its multiple functions of a strategic transport link, local route and focus for economic growth.

Devon County Council is consulting on a scheme to improve the section of the NDLR between Borner's Bridge Junction on the A361 north of South Molton and Heywood Road Roundabout on the A39 north of Bideford to help inform further design work and develop a preferred option.

The potential improvements to the NDLR aim to be the catalyst to facilitate a higher level of economic development by driving forward an ambitious growth strategy for the area as set out in the Local Plan. The scheme will be a substantial improvement to the existing road and address several issues already prevalent along the route.

The Public Consultation will run from the 9th June, 2017 and last for 7 weeks until 28th July, 2017. Public Consultation exhibitions are being held at the following locations to provide information about the preliminary design option for improving this section of the NDLR and to give you the opportunity to ask any questions.

Fri 16th June 9am – 5pm             Exhibition Green Lanes Barnstaple

Sat 17th June 9am – 5pm             Exhibition Green Lanes Barnstaple 

Tues 20th June 12pm – 8pm         Exhibition Bideford Town Hall

Fri 23rd June 12pm – 8pm            Exhibition South Molton Amory Centre

Plus one week unmanned exhibition at Taw View commencing 24th July

To share your views and comments on the proposed improvements, please complete the online questionnaire at https://new.devon.gov.uk/haveyoursay/ which will be available from the 9th June.

More information on the scheme is available from the Devon County Council scheme website:

https://new.devon.gov.uk/ndlr/

Due to the need to meet the government’s timetable for submission of the funding bid there is a  7-week period for your consideration of the proposals and response.  Consequently we are providing advance notice of this in the anticipation that you can meet this deadline. If you see this as a problem please let me know as soon as possible.