Call for A30 action

PUBLISHED: 11:56 20 February 2008 | UPDATED: 21:32 15 June 2010

BUSINESS leaders from across East Devon are to press the Government for action on improvements to the A30/A303 link road to London. They pledged to take action while in Honiton for the annual meeting of the East Devon Business Forum. The Forum, now in it

BUSINESS leaders from across East Devon are to press the Government for action on improvements to the A30/A303 link road to London. They pledged to take action while in Honiton for the annual meeting of the East Devon Business Forum. The Forum, now in its fourth year, was created to provide local businesses and the organisations that serve them with a more effective voice in the shaping of local, regional and national policy. In her address to the meeting, Councillor Sara Randall Johnson, leader of EDDC, said: "Good communications infrastructure is vital to everyone in East Devon, not least to the 5,000 VAT registered businesses based here.


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