The proposed ban of vehicle turns on a road earmarked “for safety improvements” has been met with ‘fury’ by a local.

Bucks Council has been slammed over its intention to introduce a “permanent” ban of right turns out of the A413 slip road leading to Gerrards Cross Golf Club.

Janing Shenoy, of South Park branded it ‘consultation by stealth’, claiming people “haven’t been officially informed about it”.

A consultation on the scheme opened on October 4 and closes on October 26.

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Ms Shenoy previously helped rally residents to oppose a temporary travel scheme, or “Quietway” between Chalfont St Peter and Gerrards Cross she and others claimed they were not consulted on, which Bucks Council did not deny.

She said this new scheme ‘will create more problems than it will solve’.

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In addition to the slip road change, Bucks Council will also prohibit right and U-turns “in the central reservation for all vehicular traffic at this right turn cross-over facility”.

This will be enforced with a Traffic Regulation Order and by “closing the central reserve”.

It said the move was due to “a review of injury collisions across the county” and is “intended to reduce collisions and near misses at this location” by barring such “dangerous manoeuvres”.

Bucks Free Press: “Like the Quietway, it will create more problems than solve,” said Ms Shenoy. “I’m furious that yet again, this ‘consultation’ is taking place, but we haven’t been officially informed about it.”

If you wish to view or comment on the consultation, click here.

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Or write to: Network Improvement Team, Aylesbury Vale Area Office, Corrib Industrial Park, Griffin Lane, Aylesbury, HP19 8BP.

Or call the Network Improvement Team: 01296 382416.

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