Jeff Davis (Tetra Tech) provided the forum
with a presentation which was available on the council’s
website here. The presentation covered a range of issues which
included the following.
- Phase 1 - Bluebell Way including bus
services, Southern Local Centre and Cornerstone Primary
- Footpath 9 including details on
design and construction.
- Phase 2 - Off-site Whiteley Way
including the letting of works and target start and completion
- Phase 3 - Station Hill -Whiteley Way
/ Curbridge Way to Whiteley Way including works underway and target
- Housing delivery, including
permissions granted, houses started and occupations.
- Open Space Delivery including an
update on allotment 1, Locally Equipped Area for Play (LEAP) 2 and
LEAP 3 completion and the Autumn/Winter landscape works.
Hilary Oliver Implementation Officer,
Winchester City Council addressed the forum and referred members to
the report, ref NWDF19, available on the council's
website here. She also responded to the questions that had been
pre-submitted by Whiteley Town Council and these questions and
responses would be attached to these minutes.
Members asked several questions and made
- When would pedestrians and/or
cyclists be able to access Cornerstone School from Whiteley
- The reasons for the delay to the
phase 3 roadworks, i.e., Whiteley Way, and Curbridge Way.
- The reasons for the delay to other
roadworks in the area, for example, Junction 9 and Parkway
Junction, and Rookery Avenue.
- The responsibility for maintaining
and/or cleaning the cycleway along Botley Way.
These points were responded to by Mr Davis and
Mr Alborough who undertook to review any unresolved points raised
with colleagues and respond to fourm members following the