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90% of the 219 questionnaire respondents agreed with the proposal. Predominant issues included:
- access for cyclists and equestrians
- traffic flow
- impacts on neighbouring villages
- environmental consideration
- land access, ownership & maintenance
- design considerations
This report outlines how the Highways Agency has taken account of comments received. It also outlines a number of changes made to the scheme based on this feedback. This includes changes to:
- pedestrian, horse rider and cyclist facilities
The Highways Agency is proposing to provide better access to the Port of Immingham and the surrounding area by improving the A160 between the junction with the A180 at Brocklesby interchange and the port.
We held a public consultation about our proposals in summer 2009 and this process culminated in the preferred route announcement in March 2010. We have since developed the scheme design further and can now present this in more detail.
We are seeking your views on the proposed layout, junction and access arrangements, including design changes since the preferred route announcement and the reasons for these.
More information about improving the access to the Port of Immingham.
- Section 48 notice (PDF, 80KB)
- Statement of community consultation information
- Environmental impact assessment scoping report - part 1 (PDF, 327KB)
- Environmental impact assessment scoping report - part 2 (PDF, 3.5MB)
- Environmental impact assessment scoping report - part 3 (PDF, 3.37MB)
- Environmental impact assessment scoping report - part 4 (PDF, 4.19MB)
- Environmental impact assessment scoping report - part 5 (PDF, 3MB)
- Scheme layout plan (PDF, 3.2MB)
- Consultation events board materials (PDF, 1.7MB)