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TRAFFIC SURVEY at BROKEN CROSS ROUNDABOUT . WEDNESDAY 13TH SEPTEMBER .

Henbury Parish Council has commissioned a third party Traffic Survey to obtain impartial data as part of its objection to the proposed development of some 350 houses along Chelford Road that will result in major traffic issues for Henbury residents if they go ahead.

The Survey will be done during the morning and afternoon rush hours probably within the periods 07.30-09.30 and 15.00 — 1830 and ideally we should have at least one person on each of the four approach roads keeping track of the queuing location so that we ensure the data we get from the surveyors is accurate.

Although it's fairly short notice the time for responding to planning applications is limited so we are making this urgent appeal for volunteers to help in monitoring the Survey. Any spare time you can offer will be greatly appreciated

If you can help please contact Simon Browne at sbrowne@tesco.net or 07990-542516 or 01625-267824

Many Thanks

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