South Downs National Park Highway Guidance
11th March 2013Hamilton-Baillie Associates have been commissioned to research and develop a set of guidelines for highway investment and management across the newly created South Downs National Park. The project will build on the experience gathered in Dorset, Kent, Wiltshire and elsewhere to refine a distinctive and appropriate approach to the roads,lanes and byways that criss-cross the National Park, as well as the streets and spaces within towns and villages. The Park's highway network has to cope with huge traffic pressure from the 110,000 residents within the park and the traffic generated across the south and south-east of England. The National Park's highways are managed and maintained by Brighton & Hove Council, East Sussex, Hampshre and West Sussex County Councils, as well as the Highways Agency.