Response from E.S. Gauldon (Individual)
1. E.S. Gauldon (Individual) : 22 Jul 2008 14:29:00
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We believe that the developement of the land at Four Lane Ends for employment land is totally isguided on a number of grounds. the roads which pass this land are narrow and only suitable for light traffic, particularly because of the lack of pavements for pedestrians. The immediate area is residential and does not need the potential increase in noise and traffic.
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The obvious place for employment land is in the present industrial area along the old railway yards at Sandside/Quarray Lane, especially given the much greater access.
This land would be much better used for some of the housing proposed for Storth, reducing the size of any such developments.