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LETTER: Consultation deeply flawed

I was saddened to read the scandalously intemperate and totally inaccurate letter from Dr Tucker (‘Shocked but not surprised’).

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LETTER: Sad to see the independents go

It is again very sad to see independents having to close their doors in the face of increasing costs.

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LETTER: Achieved so much so quickly

I am writing to wholeheartedly congratulate the commercial landlords and their agents who are working so hard to preserve Chichester.

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LETTER: Time to restore soul to the city

My guess is those of us seriously concerned about the increasingly depressing state of this city which we feel is rapidly becoming something of a ghost town are legion.

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LETTER: North route makes no sense

Highways England schemes apparently could not unite the community, it is the WSCC leadership that cannot do that.

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LETTER: Can A27 suggestions be delivered?

After 12 months of meetings, WSCC and their consultants on March 15 presented their ‘long list’ of suggestions to the BABA27 consultation group.

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LETTER: We have skills and knowledge

I have submitted my Chichester Observer questionaire about the A27, but may I be permitted to add a few more points?

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LETTER: We need a fresh A27 approach

Most of the options presented by the consultants to improve the A27 appear to be a re hash of the previously discounted ideas that were widely rejected. This is a worrying outcome.

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LETTER: Lack of detail in the routes

I’m dismayed to see such a lack of detail in any of the routes presented in the Observer and wonder how our community is expected to make a choice without having clear and concise information about the routes, costs and any reasonable traffic data?

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LETTER: Rhododendrons forever gone

The burning of 30-odd acres of Iping Commn (your report, March 15) was not the only mistreatment inflicted recently on that common. Nor the worst: as the Sussex Wildlife Trust, which manages the common, told you, the grass and heather will soon recover.

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LETTER: Consider the air quality issue of traffic

In considering your response to the Chichester Observer survey, consider the air quality/public health issue being created by the rat runs through the city and by the congested traffic on the A27 itself.

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LETTER: Negotiate with Goodwood over traffic

Why does West Sussex County Council not tackle the real problem and enter into serious and very urgent negotiations with the Goodwood Estate?

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LETTER: People power should be used

I was quoted as arguing for a second referendum on Brexit but not why.

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LETTER: Why is ground rent so high?

How does Churchill Retirement Living justify the exorbitant ground rent charged on their retirement flats?

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LETTER: Tinkering with A27 no good

Whilst I hate the thought of more roads being built, losing more countryside and breaking up villages, the current A27 has been requiring rejuvenation for at least 30 years, which is when the Emsworth to Chichester bypass was opened but that took 40 years to achieve, so maybe Chichester is 70 years behind!

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LETTER: Shortsighted to rule out bridge

It appears from your report (page 12, 1st March) that district councillors are failing to grasp their once in a lifetime opportunity to bridge over the railway crossings at the Southern Gateway.

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LETTER: Opportunity to be lost forever

Your mention last week that future funding of the Southern Gateway Masterplan will be taken in secret prompted me to check the results of the public consultation that were a headline in your paper a few weeks ago.

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Vote due on Rolls-Royce car park plan

Rolls-Royce’s plan for a 492-bay car park in Westhampnett is due to be decided at planning committee next week.

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LETTER: Poor treatment of moral figure

On Monday 5 March the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse, chaired by Professor Alexis Jay, will begin its consideration of the Church of England, especially Chichester diocese.

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LETTER: We are left with no transport

As from April 13th this year the Emsworth and District buses will no longer be running.

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