Stop the new A27 dual carriageway

A proposal has been submitted to Highways England to create a new A27 dual carriageway between Lewes and Polegate. The approximate cost in the 'Strategic Outline Business Case' is £530 million. This new dual carriageway would carve a vast swathe through open countryside and cause massive noise and pollution within the South Downs National Park, as well as undermine biodiversity and a fragile floodplain.

The project would likely cost much more than the £530 million forecast and it would increase traffic and pollution in surrounding areas, with a knock-on effect of causing significant tailbacks from the junctions into local towns like Lewes and Polegate. 

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