A1 Morpeth to Felton January 2019 consultation

Closes 4 Feb 2019

Opened 7 Jan 2019

Overview

In summer 2018 we held a public consultation on our plans to improve the A1 in Northumberland between Morpeth and Felton.

Since then, we have analysed the consultation feedback received, refined our design and completed the environmental assessments. Using the results of the environmental assessments we have now established what mitigation measures are required to minimise the impact of the scheme on the environment.

The environmental assessments show that two additional areas are required for essential environmental mitigation, which extend beyond the boundary of the current scheme proposals, set out in the Preliminary Environmental Information Report (PEIR) published for the public consultation held in summer 2018.

This targeted consultation is seeking your views on the additional areas required for the essential environmental mitigation. For more information, please read our consultation brochure found in the related documents section below.

For more information about the previous consultation held in 2018, please visit our webpage: www.highwaysengland.co.uk/A1inNorthumberland

We’d like to hear what you think about the two additional areas proposed for the essential environmental mitigation. The targeted consultation period starts on Monday 7 January 2019 and closes on Monday 4 February 2019.

We look forward to hearing your views.

How to respond

Please respond using one of the following methods by Monday 4 February 2019

Online: complete the response form online below

Email us at:

A1inNorthumberland@highwaysengland.co.uk

Complete the printed consultation response form in the brochure:

Return it using the freepost provided

Call us on:

0300 470 4585

Post: Write to us at:

Freepost RSAS-ZGKK-CSUL

A1 in Northumberland project team

3rd floor south, Highways England,

Lateral, 8 City Walk

Leeds, LS11 9AT

Next steps

Once the consultation has closed on Monday 4 February 2019 we will review all the suggestions and comments received. A summary of the responses received and a description on how our proposals have been informed by them, will be included in the consultation report. The report will form part of our planning application and will also be available to the public following submission of the application to the Planning Inspectorate.

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Audiences

  • All members of the public

Interests

  • Roads