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Other Potential Disruption

As the north boundary of Option M corridor approaches the railway bridge at Glaziers Lane that crosses north-south over the railway line, it narrows to follow the railway line creating a further pinch point in potential pipeline routing. Either the pipeline trench will have to pass under the bridge on National Rail land or through the embankment to the south of the bridge simultaneously forcing it to cross the land of 174 Glaziers Lane. This is unacceptable.

Although reinforced some 40 years ago, the bridge has suffered front and rear edge subsidence as a consequence of local HGV traffic. Any vibration or disturbance caused by pipeline trenching and laying may well exacerbate this subsidence and further damage the bridge in such a way to disrupt through traffic feeding the A323 and A324.

Due to the restrictive bridge in Westwood Lane under the North Downs Line, HGV traffic chooses to use Glaziers Lane that suffers a disproportionate volume of such vehicles when added to those servicing local businesses. Any civil engineering operations (e.g. extended road closures) that disrupt this traffic flow will have a back up effect onto the A31 at peak times.

Saturday the 22nd - Published by Normandy Action Group, 166 Glaziers Lane, Guildford GU3 2EB - with thanks to Keith Witham, Surrey County Councillor - Hostgator Coupon Template