Consultation on new dual carriageway linking Milton Keynes with Cambridge


Consultation on new dual carriageway linking Milton Keynes with Cambridge


July 2019

Residents living close to the A1 Black Cat roundabout in Bedfordshire have been having their say on a new dual carriageway linking Milton Keynes and Cambridge.

They attended the consultation event and exhibition at the Stuart Memorial Hall in Tempsford.

Biggleswade town councillor Madeline Russell said: “At strategic level, I can understand it impacts on some individuals and that they will be really unhappy. But I am really pleased the government has chosen this three-tier scheme for the Black Cat. I think it’s by far the best, hugely expensive, but it will really do the job for us. So I am thrilled..."

Read the full article here. 


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