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Part of what happens at a Public Inquiry: a walk-around of the location under consideration, with the traffic engineers of both the Council and developer sides, plus interested parties, plus the Inspector. Only factual observations are reco ... [more]

A critical mass to protest against the problems of Tesco lorries

Zoom in for the larger version. Red circles have been added. Plan from Tesco's consultants showing that they intend to make deliveries from the front of the store, i.e. from Mill Road. This plan was circulated at the Cambridge City Co ... [more]

34ft lorry marked out on Mill Road. This is where Tesco plan to unload twice a day for 41 minutes a time, a proposal objected to by Cambridge Cycling Campaign and others. There is a planning condition preventing this.

Deliveries on Mill Road cause a blockage. However, there is probably little alternative given the layout of the streets. It is essential that any new planning permissions allocate off-street delivery areas.

Yellow markings on the pavement showing delivery prohibitions. Lorries unloading from Mill Road causing delays, despite this being legal. Over time, the Council need to find ways to reduce this problem by making space in the side streets ... [more]

What happens when a lorry attempts to drive through the Romsey's narrow streets (which allow pavement car parking).. See also photo #12442.

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