Plans from November Whitehouse Farm Public Exhibition at Chichester City
Council These files are too large for our server so this is a link to them from a site controlled by the developers. It is worth downloading them to your PC while they are still available.
Chichester Bishop Luffa plan A more sympathetic solution by John Grimshaw. Includes place for Bishop Luffa coaches to pick up and drop off students without needing to block the path (developer plans would cause coaches to pick up and drop off students students in a way that would block the cycleway forcing cyclists into the rush hour motor vehicle traffic) and an interesting bridge option to maintain separation of pedestrians/cyclists from motor car traffic.
Appendix-5ii This developers’ draft proposal shows very sharp turns as path is diverted well to the west around new playing fields to join new southern access road to new housing estate.
Appendix 5i Developers’ draft proposal for western part of southern access road and playing field diversion of path. Shows path joins new road significantly more westward than current exit.
110013-A-80.1 – Centurion Way Diversion_Sections Plan Developers’ draft proposal showing gradients and sections of diversion of path around playing fields.
Chichester diversions 15Nov17(1) A more moderate diversion plan for going around Bishop Luffa school playing field which maintains better separation of traffic (by John Grimshaw)
110013-A-80 – Centurion Way Diversion_Gradients Plan Developers’ draft proposal for re-routing path around Bishop Luffa school playing fields which leaves the path ending finishing much further to the west (away from town centre) where it joins a new southern access road to new housing estate.
2013 Proposed plan shows complete cutting off of Southern end of Centurion Way Proposed plan from 2013 supplied by Mike White
WestDeanExtension Kindly sent to us by Simon Elliott who was part of the project team for the original scheme and was responsible for the extension to West Dean. Having seen our group on the Observer website, he thought we might like a copy of the study produced in 2000 which led to the extension from Lavant to West Dean.