A27 Arundel Bypass Supplementary Consultation November 2022

Closes 16 Dec 2022


You can use this online questionnaire to let us know your views on our latest proposals for the A27 Arundel Bypass Scheme. We recommend that you read it through first so that you can provide your comments in the appropriate sections. You can answer all the questions or just some of them, depending on the issues that are most important to you.

We have produced the following consultation documents to explain the project and the changes we have made since the January to March 2022 public consultation:

These documents are available to view, or download, from the main consultation page (Citizen Space), as are copies of our Development Consent Order Leaflet and Section 48 Notice.

Please submit your feedback by 23:59 on Friday 16th December 2022. Responses received after the consultation closes may not be considered. Thank you for taking the time to let us know your views.

What we are consulting on

In response to feedback to our earlier 2022 public consultation and ongoing development of the project, we have made some changes to our preliminary design. We want to know what you think about some of these changes. These changes to our proposed design are described in our Supplementary Consultation booklet.

If you submitted a response to our January 2022 public consultation you do not need to resubmit your feedback as part of this consultation, unless you have something new to add in light of the new information that’s being shared.

The changes that we are seeking feedback on sit in the following broad categories:

  • We are seeking your views on the work we have done to tackle a predicted rise in traffic along The Street in Walberton, which was shown at the statutory consultation. We have reduced the number of additional car journey along the eastern section of The Street in Walberton to an increase of 100 cars per day, compared to the increase  of 1,300 cars per day which was shown previously. This reduced number of journeys results form changes to the design presented at our statutory consultation.

  • We are providing an update on proposals for the Avisford Park Golf Club, proposals to mitigate our impacts on bats and new proposals for Crossbush Junction.

  • We also clarify information about the residential property that would be removed on Binsted Lane and provide additional detail on Yapton Lane.

How your feedback will be used

We will take time to consider your feedback when making further refinements to our proposed preliminary design and developing our planned mitigation measures. We will set out a summary of the responses that you have given us in a consultation report, with details on how your feedback has shaped and influenced the proposals. This report will form part of our Development Consent Order (DCO) application and will be published following submission of our application. We expect to submit our DCO application in Spring 2023 and, subject to planning consent, work would be expected to start in 2024/25.

UK GDPR Privacy Notice

The United Kingdom General Data Protection Regulations (UK GDPR) became law in 2018. The law 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, the Planning Act 2008 as required, and may collect personal data to help shape 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 scheme is complete. Under the UK 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@nationalhighways.co.uk

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About you (Required)
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Scheme design changes to reduce the impact of traffic in and around Walberton
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Mitigating the Scheme's effects on bats near Tye Lane
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Avisford Park Golf Club
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Potential changes at Crossbush Junction
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Any further comments
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