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A27 Update: October 2018

October 5, 2018

12 October 2018

Highways England have decided to carry out a further non-statutory consultation for the A27 Arundel Bypass scheme. Find more information on Highways England’s website.

A spokesperson for the National Park Authority said: “We await the Court’s view on this new information.”

5 October 2018

The High Court has agreed with the South Downs National Park Authority’s request to grant permission for a judicial review into Highways England’s preferred route for the A27 bypass at Arundel.

Speaking in response to this decision Margaret Paren, Chair of the South Downs National Park Authority, said:

“We are pleased that the High Court has agreed with our request and granted permission for the court to hold a judicial review on Highways England’s process which led to the preferred route for the A27 bypass at Arundel.

“Contrary to what has been reported, the National Park Authority is not against a traffic solution at Arundel and we will continue to work constructively with Highways England.”