A30 Carland - Chiverton

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Scheme Outline

Scheme details

Timescale
Unknown
Status
In planning or on hold
Type
Bypass or realignment for use by all traffic
Cost
Unknown
Authority
Highways England
Region: South West
Finance
Cornwall Council/Central Government
Length
12 km
8 miles

Construction of a new dual-two lane road with grade separated junctions to connect existing dual carriageway sections on the A30 at the Redruth Bypass and Indian Queens.

This scheme is considered a low priority compared with others in the region and was overlooked for funding in previous spending reviews and funding allocations in 2005, 2008 and 2012. As a result, protection for the line of the new road was withdrawn in 2009. However, it was mentioned in the 2014 Autumn Statement as a scheme that would be progressed before 2020.

Cornwall Council are heavily involved in this scheme and propose to contribute some of the funding in the same manner as for the A30 Temple-Higher Carblake scheme. There is an aspiration to relocate workers and plant on completion of that scheme to begin work on this one.

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Progress

14 May 2006 Local press announce that this scheme has been cancelled, to much local annoyance.
16 March 2015 Cornwall Council & Highways Agency are to hold public consultations in late March over route options following the Government announcement of future funding in December 2014.
7 October 2016 A consultation is being held on the latest plans to upgrade this section of the A30.

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More information

Official website
Highways England: A30 Carland Cross to Chiverton Cross
Cornwall Council: A30 Carland Cross to Chiverton Cross Public Engagement

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Other schemes on the A30

CBRD also has details on the following road schemes happening on the A30.

With thanks to Janusz, Peter Brookes and Michael Pritchard for information on this page.

This scheme was last updated on 10 October 2016.