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Archive for the ‘Cycling’ Category

It is now not possible to walk along the footpath, let alone cycle without going onto the grass verge. Following my question to the Clerk to Bramber Parish Council as to whether  anything is being done to tackle the overhanging bushes on this footpath just south of the entrance from De Braose Way, I have now […]

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A NEW bridleway and footpath will be created in Bramber, to offer an alternative to crossing the busy A283. The path will be used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders on the popular Downs Link between Steyning and Shoreham. It will run close to the River Adur, passing under the A283 road bridge and through […]

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Further to my previous report on the massive funding for cycling improvements in the South Downs National Park it is great news that, as I had hoped, a significant sum will be invested in a proper safe crossing for the Downs Link over the A283 in Bramber. I campaigned with local people for a safer crossing for cyclists, […]

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Massive boost for cycling in South Downs National Park

by derekdeedman on 14 August, 2013

The Coalition Government has announced a massive boost for cyclists with nearly £150m to make cycling easier and safer. £77m will be divided between Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Newcastle, Bristol, Cambridge, Oxford and Norwich, while the New Forest, Peak District, South Downs and Dartmoor will each share a slice of £17m funding for national parks. With […]

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The meeting starts at 7pm at St Marys CofE Primary School, Link Lane, Pulborough, RH20 2AN. Items on the agenda relating to the Steyning area include: – 1. A progress report on the scheme for the removal  of road humps in The Streeet, Bramber. The scheme is with consultants for design. Once the designs are complete […]

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Chanctonbury County Councillors have been asked to propose highways and transport schemes to be considered for inclusion in the 2016/17 Infrastructure Plans programme. The June meeting of the Chanctonbury County Local Committee (CLC) will consider which two schemes should prioritised for the Chanctonbury area.  I have suggested two schemes for the Bramber Castle area.  Firstly […]

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Bramber Parish Council meets on Thursday 21February

by derekdeedman on 18 February, 2013

Starting at 7pm the Parish Council meeting takes place at the Bramber & Beeding Village Hall. My report to the Council includes a reference to the removal of the temporary 30 mph signs now that drivers should be well aware of the speed limit on the road. It appears however that many drivers think that this means […]

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I have recently been contacted about whether the Chanctonbury County Local Committees (CLC) could give a grant to parish councils that wished to approve a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) which did not have a high priority for direct County Council funding.  There has been a clear policy decision that the CLC would not fund parish […]

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Bramber Parish Council meets on Thursday

by derekdeedman on 27 November, 2012

The next Bramber Parish Council meeting is on 29 November at the Bramber & Beeding Village Hall, starting at 7pm. Items on the agenda include: – 1. Progress on Gas Works in The Street 2. Road Signage 3. Red Gate (Pig )Farm 4.Youth Provision               My report to the Council will include: – The County Council meeting 19 […]

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Downs Link crossing of A283 review

by derekdeedman on 11 November, 2012

As previously reported there is a small amount of funding available this year for design work on making the crossing of the A283 in Bramber safer. I joined a number of Countryside Access Forum representatives (cycling, equestrians, County Rights of Way staff) for a walk around the Downs Link in Bramber on Friday to review the various options. There […]

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