We need your support to see off threats to Binsted and Arundel's countryside & seek better solutions.
Write to tell your democratic representatives and their officers, the Department for Transport and Highways England, and the Media:
(Note: If you send a standard copied letter it may sometimes be treated as no more than a single submission, however many people send them in. Well argued letters from individuals or organisations have to be taken into account so in this way you really can influence what happens.)
Who can I write to?
Click on the underlined links below to bring up the email addresses for representatives and officers.
See also on our 'Battle in the Media' page for contact details for Newspapers etc.
West Sussex County Council: Darryl Hemmings
If you wish to express concerns about the process you could also write to
The main points which we believe need to be made to the authorities who will take the decisions are on our Home Page.
This website will be continually updated with the latest information available; so please keep coming back.
Some of our members still support the idea of a fully offline bypass, as advocated by the local authorities since many years.
Others have concluded that a completely offline new bypass road would cost more, including in environmental damage, than it is worth, and that a Short Bypass cutting out most of the pinch points would suffice to stop the tailbacks and keep the traffic moving, whilst protecting the countryside. If you share that view you can express your support by joining the Arundel A27 Forum - see their website on www.arundelA27Forum.org.uk for details.
ABNC campaigns to save Binsted's countryside from the longest and most damaging route option, and for Highways to thoroughly investigate all reasonable and affordable options. We hope that when you write you will support us in those objectives, and that you will find the information we have provided useful in forming your own views which option to support in the consultation.
If you would like support us, then send us an email with your contact details.
We will keep you in touch with Arundel A27 affairs by e-newsletter.