SCATE (South Coast Alliance for Transport and the Environment) is concerned about the effect which a major new dual carriageway will have on the National Park, east of Lewes. These new proposals are being put forward, even before the agreed safety improvements to the existing A27 have been implemented.
See below for a summary of the current situation, a BBC interview with a SCATE member, some background reading. Plus some links to follow SCATE news on Twitter & Facebook as well as a link to join SCATE………….
After recent confusion over proposed Government plans for the A27 extension between Lewes and Polegate, South Coast Alliance for Transport and the Environment (SCATE), the Folkington Estate and RH & RW Clutton presented to a ‘full house’ at Selmeston Village Hall on June 12th, to determine the truth and what could be done to influence the outcome of Highways England’s proposals.
SCATE suggest that members of the public write to their MP and to their councillors at Wealden and East Sussex councils, expressing their views whether for or against a new road through the countryside. Anyone who wants to be kept informed was advised to join SCATE (membership is free).
Click here to see links to the report of the meeting & presentations (at bottom of page)