A5 Dunstable Northern Bypass
Welcome to the A5 Dunstable Northern Bypass
Public Inquiry Website
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The Secretary of State has Made the following Orders on the 9th July, to view the documents
There is to be a Public Inquiry into the Highways Agency's proposals to construct a new road to the north of Dunstable between the existing A5 Trunk Road (just north of its junction with the A505) and the M1 Motorway at a new Junction 11A (to the south of the existing Toddington Motorway Services Area).
Please see the Notice of
Intention to hold a Public Inquiry [11 KB].
A Pre-Inquiry Meeting
to plan and discuss procedural and timetable matters for the Inquiry will
be held at Superdrug Stores Plc, Distribution Centre, Unit 1, ProLogis Park, Arenson Way, Dunstable, LU5
4RZ on the 13th December 2011. Click
here to view the notice for the Pre Inquiry Meeting
The Inquiry itself will be at the same venue
on the 7th February 2012. Click
here to see the Notice of Inquiry [157 KB]
The Draft Orders and Environmental Statement were published on 9th
The following documents are available to be viewed from this site:
Alternative Route Reports.
A copy of the Explanatory Statement
A copy of the Non Technical Summary (NTS) of the Environmental
Statement [1,000 KB]
Changes to the Non Technical
Summary (NTS) - September 2011 [173 KB]
A copy of the Statement of Case
(November 2011) [4,308 KB]
Further scheme documents, including the full Environmental Statement, are available from the
Agency A5-M1 Link (Dunstable Northern Bypass) Publications page.
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