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remain within those assessed by the Environmental Statement and Supplementary Environmental Information. In order to do this it will, when finalised, contain detailed management measures to control the numbers, types and timings of vehicles on parts of the highway network, having regard to the principles agreed in this iteration of the document.


The construction access routes identified for the construction works present a practical and viable transport network, based upon the Suffolk County Council (SCC) Lorry Management Plan and Lorry Route Network as far as is practical.


The existing SCC Lorry Route Network would adequately provide for the construction activities required. Initial road improvement works to facilitate construction activities between the SCC Lorry Route Network and the Construction Consolidation Sites (CCS’s) require further development and agreement with the Highway Authority.


The TMP shall take account of the route surveys, assessments and route evaluations undertaken to date. Mitigating measures proposed within the TMP to address issues identified, shall be developed in sufficient detail within the TMP to enable the Highway Authorities, and other affected parties, to maintain the safety and level of service upon the existing transport networks.


Throughout, consideration will be given to noise sensitive receptors; mitigation to minimise noise or vibration impacts will be set out in a Noise and Vibration Management Scheme agreed with the local authority.

1.3 General Principles 10

The following list sets out general principles to minimise the potential impact upon the public highways, public rights of way and third party land from construction traffic and all activities associated with the onshore construction works. Other aspects of impact associated with construction works (for instance, drainage management at CCS sites) are subject to separate provisions outlined through the Outline Code of Construction Practice:

Detailed management measures will be agreed with the relevant highway authority to control the numbers, types and timings of vehicles on parts of the highway network, to within the bounds of the Environmental Statement and Supplementary Environmental Information (unless otherwise agreed)

Outline Traffic Management Plan – Version 3

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