MP calls meeting so that residents can hear more about Blue House Roundabout and Jesmond Dene Road plans
A “Town Hall” meeting has been caleld by Chi Onwurah, MP for Newcastle Central on 24 August 2016 18:00 at Trinity Church, Gosforth High Street, Newcastle so that local residents can find out more about the proposals put forward by Newcastle City Council for the major building work at Blue House Roundabout and Jesmond Dene Road that threaten the green open space of teh Town Moor.
Tickets are available in advance through a dedicated website.
We urge you to book your tickets and find out more at the meeting.
Local community objects strongly to road building plans that threaten green open space
High West Jesmond Residents’ Association strongly objects to the plans in consultation put forward by Newcastle City Council for the Blue House Roundabout and Jesmond Dene Road junctions.
In conjunction with other affected residents groups and other local organisations we invite you to let your voice be heard by coming along to the March on the Moor on 21 August 2016 with banners/placards or anything else to make your views known.
Shock plans announced to expand Blue House Roundabout and build on green open space of Town Moor
Residents in High West Jesmond, Gosforth and other parts of Jesmond have received official notification of plans by Newcastle City Council to expand the Blue House Roundabout which will involve building on part of the Town Moor and major work to Jesmond Dene Road and Haddricks Mill junctions.
The letter from Graham Grant, Head of Transport Investment at Newcastle City Council also announced a public engagement period between 25 July – 21 August 2016.
Consultation during school holiday period
The letter refers to a short public engagement period which coincides with the summer school holidays when a number of people may be away.
There are a series of drop-in sessions scheduled at local venues and we urge you to attend these, ask questions and make your voice heard!