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Villagers want 4,000 new Bourn Airfield homes to have A428 access



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A parish councillor insists there must be greater transparency and a full consultation process over the failure to provide direct access onto the A428 from a planned new 4,000-home development at Bourn Airfield.

Cllr Des O’Brien, of Bourn Parish Council, told the county council’s economic and environment committee last week that they have concerns over a draft supplementary planning document for the airfield.

Bourn Airfield development traffic problems been highlighted by Parish Councillors from left Des O'Brien, Les Rolfe, and Steve Jones, parish councillors, seen here near the Childerley entrance. Picture: Keith Heppell. (17667094)
Bourn Airfield development traffic problems been highlighted by Parish Councillors from left Des O'Brien, Les Rolfe, and Steve Jones, parish councillors, seen here near the Childerley entrance. Picture: Keith Heppell. (17667094)

Cllr O’Brien says South Cambridgeshire District Council has accepted a Highways England decree that ‘technical’ issues prevent it from including vehicle access to the A428.



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