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I object to the expantion of Keston School due to the impracticality of access to the school, due to health and safety, emergency services access and over development of protected ‘green belt’ areas. I live at 22 Lakes Road and object also to potentionally living under extented ‘curfew’ times when I can leave or return to my home due to parents parking.
If Keston School need more money, I sugest building a transimission mast in their grounds.
I object to the building proposals of Keston Village Primary School as I live in Leafy Grove and it has already affected me as when I come in from Commonside to go down Fox Lane the roundabout is alreadyblocked at school collecting times which it never had been before the first bulge intake. I can only surmise that it will get worse it the school was expanded. I am also concerned about the access for emergency vehicles down Lakes Road as it is already difficult enough to drive your car down there during school collecting times so how would an emergency vehicle manange.
I would appreciate your thoughts.
I object to the proposed expansion plans for Keston Village primary school due to the increased volume of traffic, noise and polution through the roads in the vicinity of the school. The location of the school with the increased traffic ( very few children are not driven to school these days) would lead to gridlock, with potential accidents pursueing.
I don’t see any justification for this expansion. The school has functioned and served pupils very well over the years, so in my opinion, if its not broken don’t try to fix it.
I object to the planned expansion of Keston Village Primary School. The unmade, unadopted “afternoon forced one way system ” road is not suitable for increasing amounts of traffic and is in direct contravention of Interactive UDP section 5 TransportT13 (b) which clearly states ” The council will normally resist development that would substantially increase traffic on road which are not hard paved.”
The proposed annual increase in students would have a directly proportional increase in vehicular traffic as well as a secondary increase in support traffic – food deliveries, maintenance traffic etc. I call upon the council to behave “normally” and resist this development. It also goes against the general policy of reducing traffic in the borough by encouraging car traffic from outside the village – a village which is not creating a population growth that would warrant the expansion.
My objection is that as the school attends very well with the requirements of the village children, other than the existing traffic problems, any expansion would almost certainly attract places for children outside of the area and the near certainly of a very significant increase in traffic. At the appropraite time morning and afternoon there are numerous schools that lead out to the main triangle of roads around our village.
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