A30 Carland Cross to Chiverton Cross Improvement

Background

On 1 December 2014, the Secretary of State announced a £15bn plan as part of the Government’s Roads Investment Strategy: 2015 to 2020 to create better roads. The plan includes a £2bn commitment of investment to roads in the ‘south west’. As part of this are proposals to upgrade the 8.7 mile section of single carriageway on the A30 between Carland Cross and Chiverton Cross roundabouts to dual carriageway. The trunk road is the responsibility of Highways England so they are leading on the proposals.

Highways England are currently consulting on proposals to improve the A30 between Chiverton to Carland Cross.

Find out more and have your say by visiting the Highways England Consultation page.

This statutory consultation is your opportunity to express your views on the design of the proposed scheme before planning permission is sought to authorise construction of the project.

Businesses, local authorities, public bodies, road users and local communities can all play an important part in the development of the scheme. Your feedback will help Highways England to improve the proposal before they submit the planning application.

For the latest A30 Chiverton to Carland Improvement Scheme Newsletter - see issue 3 from Autumn 2017 (under 'Project media files).

July 2017

In July 2017 Highways England announced the proposed route of the improvement scheme. Geoff Brown, Cornwall Council cabinet member for Transport has also explained the nature of the route

October to December 2016

Highways England invited people to have their say during public consultation at the end of 2016.

This gave people the opportunity to feedback on the proposed route including the two options at Chybucca. 

March 2015

Highways England, in partnership with Cornwall Council, ran public engagement events in March 2015.

More than 1,300 people gave their comments on the existing route and how they felt it could be improved in the future. 94.5% said they supported improvements.  Read the full Public Engagement Report on the Highways England webpage.

You can find out more about the plans, including latest news and what happens next on the Highways England webpage.

It is hoped that the road will be built by 2022.