Category Archives: Chisholm Trail

Response to Cost Benefit Analysis for Chesterton Bridge FOI 7177

The following comments are based on the Cost Benefit Analysis for Chesterton Bridge  and released under FOI 7177 made by Chris Smith on 14/11/16.  The report is dated 6/10/16 conducted by WYG in October 2016. This has not been listed … Continue reading

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Sophie’s video on Chisholm Trail route choice

A very nice and concisely put case as to why the present route choice is the worst one available :  ( She is so polite. )

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Additional comments on Abbey Chesterton Bridge

We have added some more comments about the bridge on landscape and archaeology.

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Save our rivers and meadows : petition against Chisholm Trail and Abbey-Chesterton Bridge

We are busy discussing whether we can have a petition after our previous petition was rejected on a technicality. The following is our draft text :

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12 myths about the Chisholm Trail and Abbey-Chesterton Bridge

Facts on 12 of the most popular myths about the Chisholm Trail and Abbey-Chesterton Bridge Continue reading

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Council reopens consultation on bridge after public backlash

Cambridgeshire County Council has been forced to reopen the consultation on the controversial Abbey-Chesterton Bridge after a public backlash over its environmental impacts and timing.  The consultation was previously timed to coincide with the school holidays, when many residents were … Continue reading

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Friends response to C/5005/16/CC Abbey-Chesterton Bridge Planning Application

We submitted our responses to the planning application, which stretched to 26 pages on 18 August. The council have refused our request to upload it to the planning website, so that the objections to the scheme can be seen. You … Continue reading

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