Proposed A27 Arundel Bypass Scheme
The A27 Arundel bypass connects many coastal communities and is essential to those who live and work in the area. Communities use the road to access services such as schools, hospitals and shops. Currently, the single carriageway section of the A27 through Arundel is highly congested, which leads to severe delays and unpredictable journey times.
The Highways Agency proposals for the A27 Arundel Bypass Scheme would help to make journeys faster, safer and more reliable, create new jobs and have a positive effect on existing businesses locally and across the region.
The Highways Agency (HA) is running a statutory public consultation until 8th March on the proposed A27 Arundel bypass Scheme.
Information and Consultation Events
Since announcing their preferred route in 2020, the agency has been working to refine its proposals and has produced a number of consultation documents which explain what is being consulted on.
There is a consultation brochure, a “fly through” video, a feedback form, scheme drawings and more information on the consultation website. Copies of all the documents are also available to view at Storrington Library.
Online live chats plus face to face consultation events are also planned throughout February and March at various venues in Arundel and surrounding villages plus Bognor and Littlehampton. Dates of these are also on the website.
If you are unable to attend, or wish to speak with someone directly, you can request a callback from a member of the HA project team by calling 0300 123 5000 or by emailing [email protected]. Slots are reserved on a first come basis.
All the information can be accessed by visiting the HA website at nationalhighways.co.uk/a27-arundel-bypass.
Submissions to the consultation will be accepted up until 11:59 PM on 8th March 2022.