A27 Arundel Bypass Statutory Consultation January 2022

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Closes 8 Mar 2022

Introduction

Thank you for taking part in our statutory consultation on the proposed A27 Arundel Bypass, a new, approximately 8km dual carriageway incorporating proposals for the old A27, which we refer to as ‘the Scheme’.


This consultation is an important step towards delivering the Scheme which will bring many benefits to local communities and the region’s economy, whilst making journeys quicker and safer, and freeing Arundel town and neighbouring communities from congestion.


We would like to know what you think about our proposals. Please provide your comments by 23.59 on Tuesday 8 March 2022.


Tell us your thoughts and comments by completing this feedback form online. You can also provide feedback by posting a completed feedback form (which you can download from the website) to Freepost A27 ARUNDEL

Responses can also be emailed, by sending a completed form to: A27ArundelBypass@highwaysengland.co.uk

Your feedback is important to us and will help us determine our final proposals, which we will submit in our Development Consent Order application. Our application will be accompanied by a Consultation Report which will explain how comments received during the consultation have been considered.

General data protection regulations (GDPR)

Your data, your rights

On 25 May 2018, the UK General Data Protection Regulations (UK GDPR) came into force. This legislation requires National Highways to explain to you – consultees, stakeholders and customers – how your personal data will be used and stored. National Highways adheres to the Government’s consultation principles and the Planning Act 2008 as required and may collect personal data to help shape the development of highways schemes. Personal data collected by the project team will be processed and retained by National Highways and its appointed contractors until the project is complete.


In some instances, consultation responses may also be sent to the Planning Inspectorate. To view the Planning Inspectorate’s information relating to GDPR at Examination events please visit: infrastructure.planninginspectorate.gov.uk/help/privacy-notice/
If you’d like more information about how we manage data, or a copy of our privacy notice, please contact: DataProtectionAdvice@highwaysengland.co.uk
Under the GDPR regulations you have the following rights:

  • Right of access to the data (Subject Access Request)
  • Right for the rectification of errors
  • Right to erasure of personal data – this is not an absolute right under the legislation
  • Right to restrict processing or to object to processing
  • Right to data portability

If, at any point, National Highways plans to process the personal data we hold for a purpose other than that for which it was originally collected, we will tell you what that other purpose is. We will do this prior to any further processing taking place and we will include any relevant additional
information, including your right to object to that further processing.


You have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, the Information Commissioners Office.

If you’d like more information about how we manage data, or a copy of our privacy notice, please contact: DataProtectionAdvice@highwaysengland.co.uk