North Horsham planning and transport decisions

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The refurbishment of the Roffey Corner Trafic Signals on the Crawley Road Harwood Road junction will begin next Monday, July 1, and will last for approximately 10 weeks, it was noted by North Horsham Planning, Environment and Transport Committee on June 20.

The scheme will include updating existing equipment and cabling, replanting on the planted islands, renewing footways and pavings, and new puffin crossings.

Parish councillor Ray Turner, who was in the meeting elected as the committee chair for this year, said: “It’s the second time this year we are going to have trafic congestion on Crawley Road.

“It will involve a certain amount of rat-running.”

Beech Road will be closed between its junctions with Sycamore Avenue and Church Road from July 15-17, to carry out carriageway patching.

A temporary trafic regulation order to close Church Road for two days from October 3 to carry out carriageway resurfacing was noted.

The committee noted the receival of the Southern Waters Draft Water Resources Management Plan. Public consulation on it is open until August 12.