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Say \"Yes\" to a Relief Road for Southend which goes entirely through the Borough of Southend

68 Signatures Goal: 100

The East of England Regional Assembly (EERA) says that The Southend relief road is considered of significant strategic importance to secure the regeneration of the area. As you will be aware Southend forms part of the Thames Gateway, which is both a regional and national priority for economic and social regeneration. Importantly both road and rail transport infrastructures play key parts of the strategy for the area. Say \"Yes\" to a Relief Road for Southend which goes entirely through the Borough of Southend. Why This route will not destroy the Green Belt of Rochford District. It will not destroy wildlife It will not pollute the environment outside of an existing urban conurbation. Rochford District Council and Essex County Council will not oppose this route. The scheme will be greeted with delight by many motorists in Southend. Southend forms part of the Thames Gateway, which is both a regional and national priority for economic and social regeneration. It will secure the regeneration of Southend. Say \"Yes\" to a Relief Road for Southend which goes entirely through the Borough of Southend We have only ended up with this situation because Southend is doing nothing to help itself: BUS LANES - NO RED LINE ZONES - NO CONGESTION CHARGING - NO PARK AND RIDE - NO RADICALLY DEVELOPING IT OWN HIGHWAY INFRASTRUCTURE - NO Is Southend Council looking at ways to improve public transport and persuade us motorists back onto buses and trains. - NO It is still possible to re-introduce trams in and through Southend, the routes are still there. Is Southend Council doing anything - NO

Sponsor

The sponsor is Rochford District Councillor, John Mason. He represents Rochford District Residents whose objectives are to protect and promote the interests of the residents of the District Of Rochford with particular emphasis on the maintenance of Green Belt and the prevention of further coalescence. PRIVACY IS OUR PRIMARY CONCERN. We do collect information from you, but it is our responsibility to keep all your personal identifiable information secure and private. We are committed to protecting your privacy. We will only use the information that we collect about you lawfully, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. We will not rent,sell,trade,share or give away information about you, without your consent, unless required by law, to any third party. This information includes your name, address, telephone number and e-mail address. Any information that we obtain is held secure and protected. You can also check the information that we hold about you by E-mailing us and if it is found to be inaccurate in any way, we will amend it promptly. We will not pass your details on to third parties with the exception of the Petition which will be provided to the East of England Assemby (EERA). If there are any changes to this privacy statement at any change they will be added to this page. Legal Statement for the purposes of complying with electoral law; \"This petition is promoted by John Mason , Wistaria Cottage, Englefield Close, Hawkwell. Essex , on behalf of Rochford District Residents a Registered Local Political Party for Rochford District, Essex. The technology and hosting used for this petition is IPetitions\" http://rochfordessex.net/maxwebportal

Links

The campaign site is at http://eerasouthendreliefroad.org.uk. The alternative site is http://rochfordessex.net/maxwebportal

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Signatures

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    Cheryl Osborne United Kingdom
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    Adobe OEM Software Ukraine
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    Linda Jownally Australia
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    lynn liddell United Kingdom
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    Steve Papadopoulos United Kingdom
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    gboyega adefusika Kenya
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    Anthony Hodgson United Kingdom
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    kunal panchal United Kingdom
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    linda edgar United Kingdom
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    Paul Hunt United Kingdom
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    Phil Andrews India
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    Ian Crook United Kingdom
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    Emma Defriend United Kingdom
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    Peter Kent United Kingdom
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