Local highways “can manage” says CEMEX as application submitted to route 121 HGVs a day via Sutton Lane
The local highways network “can manage” with the additional traffic from a new quarry in Richings Park, says CEMEX, the company behind the scheme. It has modelled the cumulative impact of the Heathrow Express depot relocation to Langley station, and its existing quarry in Riding Court Farm, and concluded they “would not be at a level to create highway capacity or significant road safety risks”.
An Iver councillor has thrown his weight behind CEMEX’s plans to route HGVs for its new quarry in Richings Park through Sutton Lane. Cllr Paul Griffin has taken to Streetlife to ask Slough Borough Council to support a proposed routing agreement through the Brands Hill air pollution zone.
CEMEX to send 240 trucks A DAY through Brands Hill to mitigate impact of quarry on Richings Park residents!
Here we go again. Cement maker CEMEX is bringing forward plans for a quarry on the former Langley Airfield site … and wants to route HGVs through the Brands Hill air quality zone.
Alarm bells have been ringing in Datchet following the publication of plans to dig for sand and gravel on the outskirts of the village.
Windsor may have been popular with royalty rather earlier than generally thought. Archaeologists, excavating near the Royal Borough, have discovered the 4400 year old gold-adorned skeleton of an upper class woman who was almost certainly a member of the local ruling elite.