Shrewsbury North West Relief Road plans go live online

Plans for the Shrewsbury North West Relief Road have now gone live online.

An artist's impression of the North West Relief Road
An artist's impression of the North West Relief Road

The application for the road, running from the Churncote roundabout to Battlefield, has been lodged with Shropshire Council’s planning department.

The four-mile stretch of road, if granted planning permission, is expected to cost about £87 million.

The document is 604 pages long.

According to the proposal, the road will be a 6.9km single carriageway with footway/cyclepath provision, featuring three bridges over carriageways, a 670m viaduct, will have two flood storage areas, two new roundabout junctions as well as landscaping and drainage schemes.

Shropshire Council said: "The planning application for the North West Relief Road is now live on the Planning Portal.

"If you would like to have your say on the application, follow the link below. Application number is: 21/00924/EIA."

To view and comment on the application visit https://bit.ly/3bWYQR3

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