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The closure of the Tesco distribution centre has been talked about for years - when I worked for Tesco 3 years ago it was always known it would eventually closeNot sure I'd have a problem with a crematorium - whilst technically an incinerator surely you're not comparing it to a CHP / Waste incinerator ?
If I understand you correctly, you're suggesting reconnecting the old / vestigeal Travellers Lane so it runs through to Welham Green (as it use to in times of yore - it is an ancient road as I understand it).As someone interested in history I rather like the notion (as would replacing the collapsed Great North Road bridge across the railway lines). However, I imagine many residents in Welham Green would not.
Also it seems unlikely that HCC will stump up the cash (but might be possible to get at least some Section 106 funding towards it).
However, I imagine many residents in Welham Green would not.
Quote from: trekbat on January 14, 2017, 11:07:59 amHowever, I imagine many residents in Welham Green would not. Actually, I think many residents of Welham Green would approve, as it would negate the need to access Travellers Lane at the dangerous junction with Dixons Hill Rd and would presumably reduce the number of HGV's using Dixons Hill Road.In 1984, Mowlems who owned what is now the Tesco site, advertised the land for sale and the North Mymms District Green Belt Society wrote to WHBC suggesting that it would be an ideal opportunity to create an extension of Travellers Lane connecting with the A1001.
When I went to see the exhibition at Campus West, with the model of the proposed crematorium...
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