The Western Gateway Sub-National Transport Body is formed by an alliance of local authorities that have made a commitment to work together to drive innovation, maximise economic growth and improve industrial productivity by strengthening travel connections to local, national and international markets.
Transport workstream of the Midlands Engine for Growth. They are a partnership of 28
local authorities, 11 Local Enterprise Partnerships, two airports, Chambers of Commerce, Highways
England, HS2 Ltd, Network Rail and the Department for Transport.
Gloucestershire County Council
A46 Partnership Group
Formed to co-ordinate the efforts of local authorities and LEPs to collectively highlight the need for improvement to the A46/M69 corridor.
A government owned company charged with operating, maintaining and improving England’s motorways and major A roads including the A46.
Teddington & Alstone Parish Council
Our local Parish Council’s website with a tab for the A46 and other information under the Roads & Transport heading.
Based upon a potential development of 10,195 homes and approximately 100 hectares of employment land, the programme was awarded the Garden Community/Town status earlier this year/2019.
Member of Parliament for Tewkesbury
The National Association for
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Conservation Boards are explicitly identified as a statutory consultee for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects, in Schedule 1 of the Infrastructure Planning (Applications: Prescribed Forms and Procedure Regulations) 2009. This relates to ‘all proposed applications likely to affect an AONB that is managed by a Conservation Board’. As such ANOB will be consulted by planners based on our proximity to an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The Centre is hosted jointly by the University of Leeds and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and is chaired by Professor Lord Stern of Brentford. It is funded by The Centre’s mission is to advance public and private action on climate change through rigorous, innovative research.the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
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They don’t routinely comment on planning applications but they do sometimes get involved in key applications which may present a threat to wildlife.
They have worked with the local authorities in Gloucestershire for a number of years, with the purpose of improving systems to ensure that wildlife is given adequate recognition within the planning system.