The note below, found within the ‘Safe pedestrian routes’ definition, has been corrected. Please refer to the bold text within the note and corrections below:
‘Pedestrian routes that are outside of the development site and therefore not within the control of the developer do not need to meet the above requirements. However it must be demonstrated that there is a pedestrian route, which is not shared with vehicular traffic, from the site boundary to the transport node (for example via pavements, footpaths, pedestrian crossings). The route shall be signposted.‘
‘the transport node’ should be replaced with ‘any relevant amenities recognised within this Issue’.
‘The route shall be signposted.’ should be replaced with ‘The route should be appropriately signposted within the development boundary’