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ABNC Arundel A27 Bulletin no.4


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A few weeks ago, nobody was supporting a Bypass through Binsted. Now,
  1. OneArundel is supporting Option 5A through Binsted
  2. Arun District Council's officers are recommending ADC should support it
  3. West Sussex County Council's officers are recommending WSCC should support it
Why, when back in July all three were supporting Option 3 (Pink-Blue)?  Because Highways England have done a hatchet job on Binsted. They have made Option 5A look attractive by wrong and missing facts in their consultation materials. 
  • Nobody going to the exhibitions would know there is a community in Binsted, or how important the well-walked quiet, historic landscape here is to the other villages. 
  • Bats?  Crazy!  They didn't want you to know we have 13 bat species in Binsted. 
  • Impact on woodland in Binsted, or on Binsted Park?  Airbrushed out of their maps.
  • Big benefits from the Binsted Option due to reducing rat-running?  Very questionable un-evidenced figures, and in any case wiped out by their predicted 6000/day increase in traffic through Walberton Village on Yapton Lane.

Please help us by sharing this newsletter, sharing our film,
getting the message out on Social Media
and sending this newsletter to your email contacts.

We do not have long; the consultation ends on 16th October.

Please email us if you would like to help in any way,
especially on our Big Demo Day 8th October.


The Public Consultation was launched on 22nd August - read the brochure here, then, 

Please, if you have not already done so,
CLICK HERE to complete Highways'
Online Consultation Survey

Even if you have already signed our Petition to Save Binsted,
it is essential that you also personally tell Highways England
what you think should happen and why. If you find Highways' online form difficult,

You can just email them what you think on
ABNC has been campaigning since the 1980s to protect Binsted’s landscape. 

You can also click here to tell ABNC which Option you prefer
Binsted Village - a place rich in nature, enterprise, heritage, arts & tradition.
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to help save our villages and countryside.
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