“Should the Rottingdean planter stay or go…You decide”

IN THE November edition of Rottingdean Village News, which is distributed to every home in the village and available through various other outlets, and through my own social media and email newsletters, I asked people to share their thoughts on the various traffic calming measures on Rottingdean High Street, including ‘The Planter’.

To date I have only received 28 emails and had about 12 face-to-face conversations. I also encouraged people to come to the November meeting of Rottingdean Parish Council to share their thoughts. I wasn’t able to attend, but was surprised to hear that only about 35 people showed up, despite what appears to be 1,200 who signed an online petition.

I have asked the road experts from Brighton and Hove City Council, who know the history of the various traffic interventions, to attend a village wide meeting (which I will arrange) where we look at the NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) data and the pros and cons will weigh up the current situation. I’m awaiting feedback from Council officials on their availability.

This meeting will be well publicized in the village and I hope people will attend as this is the place to exchange ideas. Whether the planter stays or goes is decided by the people who live and/or work in Rottingdean.

Bridget Fishleigh

Independent City Council

Rottingdean Seaside District

https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/23139334.should-rottingdean-planter-stay-go-decide/?ref=rss “Should the Rottingdean planter stay or go…You decide”

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