Click above for what became the consented plan, plus Transport page.


“The object of a retail tradesman is to get as many people as he possibly can in a street”

Link to 'RoadsWereNotBuiltForCars'

"More and more cities around the world are waking up to the fact that it’s people who shop, not cars. Designing streets for cars, and not people, can therefore reduce retail takings. Take Regent Street in London, for example. It’s one of London’s prime shopping streets, but it’s not very friendly to pedestrians. Instead, it’s friendly to cars and buses.

"... Such thoughts are nothing new. Making shopping streets friendly for shoppers has been something talked about, but often not actioned, for a long time."

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