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NATIONAL HIGHWAYS COMMUNITY IMPACT CONSULTATION
National Highway’s (formerly Highways England) Community Impact Consultation is underway and ends at 23:59 on Weds 8th Sept 2021.
You can respond using the HE consultation response form, but please bear in mind that HE have designed the form to get the answers/feedback they want.
The alternative is to send your own comments in your own words either via email or post. You don’t have to use the response form.
POST – Send your comments to FREEPOST LTC CONSULTATION
The freepost address is the only text needed on the envelope and no stamp is required. Highways England have confirmed postal responses dated up to and including Thurs 9th September will be accepted.
EMAIL – Send your comments to: LTC.CONSULTATION@TRAVERSE.LTD
HE have also stated that you can call 0300 123 5000 (weekdays between 9am and 5pm) to book an appointment to submit your feedback via the phone. Please be aware that appointments are not available every day.
Please do only use one of the official channels above to respond. HE will not guarantee that responses to any other address or email will be included in their analysis.
Remember we have until 23:59 on Weds 8th September 2021
While we would all welcome every mitigation possible to any impact on the communities affected by the proposed Lower Thames Crossing, National Highways have made no significant changes to the design of the proposed route and road layout. There remain fundamental problems that cannot be addressed with mitigation measures. Not least the 50% reduction in traffic flow capacity on the A2/M2. In the diagram below each line represents one lane of highway.