Is it even possible to drive 10 mph? I'm not counting backing out of one's driveway...
661-Pete wrote: should someone take it up with this bloke, in no uncertain terms?
mercalia wrote:I hope the £2 charge also included stop off for a cup of tea at the statley home?
661-Pete wrote:Seems cyclists and pedestrians (and presumably horse riders) are covered then . Fair enough. It's a pity the article and video didn't mention the fact. And I wonder how this guy's 'retrospective planning application' would have been handled if it had been otherwise? Would he have been compelled to allow access to all road users, as a condition to being granted permission?
Dinham, who is speaking from Plymouth, because he also owns a haulage business, says: "As far as we are concerned, we have the council on our side.
" The council says only that it stands by its statement of 9 July, that it "will not encourage proposals that have not been proven to be safe or compliant with statutory requirements". It awaits imminent receipt of Watts's retrospective planning application but, in the meantime, the toll road is open for business.
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