No to carving up Westbury-on-Trym village and to cutting off Brentry

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Malcolm McDonald
2 years ago
I don't agree with the proposals.

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Sarah Cording
2 years ago
This is totally bonkers!

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glenda Evans
2 years ago
I love shopping in Westbury on try. Ban cars and shoppers will go elsewhere!

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elaine martin
2 years ago
I am signing this is for my Family and Friends who will be effected by cutting Brentry off, it is stupid that all traffic to go via Southmead to attain access to their homes, proposal to send traffic down all ready crowded roads.

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Hannah Goodwin-Sharman
2 years ago
I live on Greystoke Avenue and this would affect my life in a detrimental way. My road is already busy in peak times and will become a stream of constant traffic and pollution. Our road is full of bumps and pottholes and a nightmare to drive down, this feels very much like an effort to keep the rich and beautiful areas nice and shove the traffic our way because no one cares as much about Southmead and their residents on a lower income. Shame on these plans and the lack of consideration for the poorer areas. You're doing nothing to make our roads better.

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Gillian Dunphy
2 years ago
This scheme will murder Westbury and deimate the shops and businesses due to lack of acess - idiotic

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David Simmons
2 years ago
The whole thing is frankly bonkers. Do these children make it up with crayons?

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Tony Gould
2 years ago
The traffic plan will cause more rat runs and be no benefit to Westbury

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Stephen Caudwell
2 years ago
The idea of closing Knole Lane and Charlton Road to cars means Brentry residents would need to use Concorde Drive to gain access to their neighbourhood; as there's a 20mph limit, a school and a small rank of shops on the junction with Greystoke Avenue this seems likely to increase the risk of RTAs at that junction. Revisions needed.

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Debbie Loosley
2 years ago
This is going to cause huge problems for people trying to access their own homes.