Improve the bus station area

PUBLISHED: 02:01 28 July 2008 | UPDATED: 09:24 10 June 2010

In response to the letter from an unnamed student (Journal, July 17), we agree that the bus station area needs improving with sensitive commercial development, in keeping with Exmouth s seaside and estuary tourist location. This needs to link in with th

In response to the letter from an unnamed student (Journal, July 17), we agree that the bus station area needs improving with sensitive commercial development, in keeping with Exmouth's seaside and estuary tourist location. This needs to link in with the proposed transport interchange, under discussion by the partnership chaired by John Wokersien, and would be most welcome.The suggestion of an ASDA warehouse supermarket at the entrance to our town, with the consequent enormous traffic congestion, is no solution. As Jade Moore acknowledges in another letter, the Exe Estuary is not the best place for an ASDA.The anonymous student need not fear to quote his or her name, as this practice leads to the suspicion of connection to councillors who refuse to listen to the people of Exmouth. David and Margaret Ritchie, 6 Kincraig,Cranford Avenue, Exmouth.


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