Carluddon A391 Road Improvement
The Carluddon A391 Road Improvement Project will unlock space, create growth and improve connectivity.
The Carluddon A391 Road Improvement Project is the first element of a long term transport infrastructure strategy that will unlock development land and enable the long term sustainable growth of St Austell and the Clay Country as identified in the St Austell Regeneration Plan.
By improving connectivity between St Austell and the main A30 route through Cornwall, it will enable strategic spatial and economic development, including unlocking the ERDF-funded Carluddon Technology Park project. The project will contribute to creating the conditions necessary to support the development of a new high value economy, centered on the Low Carbon Environmental Goods and Services sector, that will establish St Austell and the Clay Country Area as the ‘Green Heart’ of Cornwall.
The project objectives are:
- To deliver 1.6km of CEEQUAL Excellent carriageway by 2015
- To deliver 3.7km of CEEQUAL Excellent cycle and pedestrian routes by 2015
- To unlock 2.8 hectares of employment land by 2015 for the development of up to 8,300 sq m of new employment space targeted at the Low Carbon Environmental Goods and Services sector
- To maintain local air quality in accordance with the scheme Environmental Impact Assessment dated December 2012
- To increase travel to work trips by public transport and non- motorised modes of travel in the St Austell Travel to Work Area by a total of 2 per cent by 2020
- To increase the number of users of the China Clay Trails and National Routes 2 and 3 of the National Cycle Network by 1 per cent by 2020.