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«LONDONWEST MIDLANDS ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENT Volume 2 | Community Forum Area report CFA7 | Colne Valley November 2013 ES 3.2.1.7 VOL LondonWest Midlands ...»

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Viewpoint 056.2.003: View south-west from Merle Avenue, South Harefield 9.4.67 There will be filtered views through intervening garden vegetation across the Colne Valley towards the viaduct and associated construction plant including tall cranes in the background of the view (approximately 1400m from the viewpoint). Views to the west will include the southern edge of the Chiltern tunnel main construction compound and Colne Valley viaduct main construction compound. Vegetation removed to enable construction will result in gaps which will be evident from this location. The addition of the viaduct construction activity will produce a substantial change partially filtered by intervening vegetation. Overall, the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.4.68 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in moderate adverse effects.

Viewpoint 056.3.004: View north-west along A412 Denham Way/North Orbital Road near Denham Waterski Club 9.4.69 There will be open and filtered foreground views of vegetation clearance and construction activity associated with the Colne Valley viaduct (approximately 20m from the viewpoint). Vegetation removal will run parallel to the A412 Denham Way/North Orbital Road and will open up filtered views through to the Denham Waterski Club and associated lake. In the background, views will be available of construction activity associated with Colne Valley viaduct as it spans the A412 and the associated construction traffic. The close proximity and scale of the construction will result in high magnitude of change.

9.4.70 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the low sensitivity of the receptor, will result in moderate adverse effects.

Viewpoint 057.4.001: View east from Tilehouse Lane 9.4.71 The view looking east will include filtered and open foreground views of extensive earthworks profiling to accommodate excavated material across adjacent agricultural fields (approximately 5m from the viewpoint). In addition, foreground views will CFA Report – Colne Valley/No7 | Landscape and visual assessment include the construction of the Colne Valley viaduct north embankment which will be up to 10m high. In the middle ground of the view, the Colne Valley viaduct north launch satellite compound, Colne Valley viaduct north embankment satellite compound and associated plant will be visible. The substantial changes in close proximity to the visual receptor, within the direct view will result in a high magnitude of change.

9.4.72 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the medium sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a major adverse effect.

Viewpoint 057.3.002: View east from Old Shire Lane PRoW (Bridleway DEN/2) 9.4.73 There will be open views across agricultural fields towards construction works in the foreground (approximately 5m). The construction of the Colne Valley north embankment, the Chiltern tunnel main compound enclosed by hoarding will be evident from this location. Extensive areas of temporary and permanent earthworks will form the immediate view. There will also be views towards the construction of the footpath and the Tilehouse Lane overbridge (approximately 450m). Taking into account the open views of construction activities, the magnitude of change is considered to be high.

9.4.74 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in major adverse effects.

Viewpoint 057.2.003: View north east from residential properties and Denham Grove (De Vere Hotel) off Tilehouse Lane 9.4.75 There will be filtered views through vegetation within the hotel grounds, over falling ground towards the construction of the viaduct in the background (approximately 350m from the viewpoint). The creation of a balancing pond may also be visible, as will the Colne Valley viaduct laydown satellite compound, north launch satellite compound and Colne Valley viaduct north approach embankment satellite compound enclosed by hoarding. Taking into account the extent of construction activities that will be visible in the background of the view only, the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.4.76 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in moderate adverse effects.

Viewpoint 058.2.001: View south from Broadwater Sailing Club and associated residential properties 9.4.77 There will be filtered views through vegetation within the Colne Valley towards construction of the viaduct in the background (approximately 1200m from this viewpoint). The removal of lakeside vegetation will be visible, as will the tall cranes required for the works, above the tops of existing trees. There will be further views of construction activity associated with the viaduct where it decreases in height to return to grade on the opposite side of the Colne Valley. Taking into account the distance to the construction activity and the possible views of removed vegetation, the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

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9.4.78 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in moderate adverse effects.

Viewpoint 058.2.003: View south from residential properties on Park Lane 9.4.79 There will be filtered views through garden and field boundary vegetation towards the viaduct construction (approximately 1400m from the viewpoint) and associated plant including tall cranes. Vegetation removal required to accommodate the construction through the Colne Valley will be evident from this location. Panoramic views across to the opposite side of the Colne Valley will include extensive earthworks profiling and the excavation of a balancing pond to the east of the M25. Construction activity will also be set within the context of a proposed new mineral extraction site at Denham Park Farm. Taking into account the expansive view and extent of construction activities that will be visible, the magnitude of change is considered to be high.





9.4.80 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in major adverse effects.

9.4.81 At night, continuous lighting of the Colne Valley viaduct main construction compound will be visible in the middle ground of the view, in a landscape, which at present, is predominantly dark with the exception of scattered individual properties and the M25 which is located in cutting and in the background of the view. Therefore the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.4.82 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in moderate adverse effects.

Viewpoint 058.3.004: View south-west from public open space, Mount Pleasant 9.4.83 There will be filtered views through intervening field boundary vegetation towards construction of the viaduct. The removal of vegetation required to accommodate the Proposed Scheme will be visible in the middle ground of the view from this elevated location. Within the dense vegetation of the Colne Valley, plant machinery and tall cranes will be particularly noticeable. The construction works close to the M25 will also be visible across the valley in the background of the view (approximately 1300m from the viewpoint). The construction activity will be set within the context of a proposed new mineral extraction site at Denham Park Farm. The magnitude of change is therefore considered to be medium.

9.4.84 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the medium sensitivity of the receptor, will result in moderate adverse effects.

Viewpoint 058.2.005: View south-west from The Old Orchard pub, Harefield 9.4.85 There will be filtered views over falling ground through intervening lakeside vegetation towards the viaduct construction and associated tall cranes (approximately 1150m from the viewpoint). The vegetation clearance required to accommodate construction through the Colne Valley will be visible from this location. There will also be more distant, panoramic views across the Colne Valley towards the extensive earthworks close to the M25. Taking into account the expansive view and extent of construction activities which will be visible, the magnitude of change is considered to

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be high. The view of the Proposed Scheme from this location during construction is illustrated on the photomontage shown in Figure LV-01-184 (Volume 2, CFA7 Map Book).

9.4.86 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in major adverse effects.

9.4.87 At night, continuous lighting of the Colne Valley viaduct main construction compound will be visible in the middle ground of the view, in a landscape which at present, is predominantly dark with the exception of the M25 and scattered individual properties on the opposite side of the valley. Therefore the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.4.88 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in moderate adverse effects.

Viewpoint 058.2.006: View west from residential properties along Denham Way/North Orbital Road 9.4.89 Within the foreground there will be a 3m high material stockpile to the west side of the existing roadside vegetation (approximately 20m from the viewpoint). There will be filtered views through roadside vegetation in the middle ground over rising ground towards the M25 construction compound and in particular the permanent diversion of Tilehouse Lane overbridge. The construction activity will be set within the context of the proposed new mineral extraction sites at Denham Park Farm. This will be situated in the background of the view. Taking into account the close proximity of the view and the addition of an intervening temporary material stockpile, the magnitude of change is considered to be high.

9.4.90 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in major adverse effects.

Viewpoint 059.3.002: View east and north from Old Shire Lane, Circular Walk and PRoW (Bridleway DEN/2) 9.4.91 Extensive temporary earthwork stockpiles will be seen in the immediate foreground of the view (approximately 5m from the viewpoint) with more permanent landscape earthwork profiling taking place beyond. There will be views across fields in the middle ground towards the construction of the northern approach embankment, Tilehouse Lane overbridge, Chiltern tunnel main construction compound and Colne Valley viaduct main construction compound with access from Chalfont Lane. The substantial changes in close proximity will result in high magnitude of change.

9.4.92 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in major adverse effects.

Viewpoint 059.3.003: View north from Old Shire Lane, Circular Walk and PRoW (Bridleway DEN/2) 9.4.93 The view north across gently rising agricultural fields will include the portal construction compound and associated plant in the middle ground (approximately 5m from this viewpoint). There will also be views of extensive areas of temporary

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earthwork stockpiles from the excavation of the tunnel in the foreground, stored to a height of 5m. More permanent earthwork profiling will also form the foreground of the view. The magnitude of change is therefore considered to be high.

9.4.94 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in major adverse effects.

Viewpoint 060.2.001: View south from residential properties on Chalfont Lane 9.4.95 Views of the Chiltern tunnel main construction compound and the Colne Valley viaduct main construction compound enclosed by hoarding, plant traffic, construction access and car parking will be filtered through existing garden vegetation in the foreground (approximately 10m from the viewpoint). Temporary earthwork bunds will partially screen the works from this location during construction. Despite this screening, there will also be views of the Colne Valley viaduct north approach embankment and 1.4km long sections of cutting under construction. The majority of the middle ground will be altered through the earthwork re-profiling across the extensive site. Views of the Tilehouse Lane bridge construction will be set in the background. Taking the above into account, the magnitude of change is considered to be high.

9.4.96 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in major adverse effects.

9.4.97 At night there will be foreground construction lighting from the M25 main construction compound and the Chiltern tunnel main construction compound. The lighting will be set within an otherwise predominantly dark landscape. The magnitude of change is therefore considered to be high.

9.4.98 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in major adverse effects.

Viewpoint 060.3.002: View west from PRoW (Bridleway BR004), near the A412 Denham Way/North Orbital Road 9.4.99 There will be open views across agricultural fields over rising ground in the middle distance towards the Colne Valley viaduct north embankment satellite compound (approximately 350m from the viewpoint) and redistributed excavated material.

Large, temporary balancing ponds will be constructed in the foreground, with views towards the construction of the diverted PRoW and Tilehouse Lane overbridge in the middle ground. If the mineral extraction application is successful, the construction of the Proposed Scheme will be set within the context of the proposed new mineral extraction sites at Denham Park Farm in the background of the view. The magnitude of change is therefore considered to be high.

9.4.100 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the medium sensitivity of the receptor, will result in major adverse effects and therefore significant.

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Viewpoint 060.2.003: View south-west from residential properties on Old Uxbridge Road 9.4.101 The majority of the filtered middle ground view will be altered through the placement of excavated material across an extensive area. There will also be filtered views towards the Colne Valley viaduct main construction compound enclosed by hoarding from this location (approximately 200m from the viewpoint). Views will include the PRoW and Tilehouse Lane overbridge construction and associated large cranes required to place the structures into position in the background. The construction of the Proposed Scheme will be set within the context of the proposed new mineral extraction sites at Denham Park Farm in the background of the view. There will also be filtered views of the northern approach embankment and cutting under construction. Therefore, the magnitude of change is considered to be high.

9.4.102 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a major adverse effect.

9.4.103 Night time views will be adversely affected by lighting within the site compounds, set within the context of intervening street lighting in the foreground on Denham Way.

Other than the lighting from Denham Way, the rural landscape appears dark. The magnitude of change is therefore medium.

9.4.104 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a moderate adverse effect.

Viewpoint 062.2.001: View south-west from properties along Hornhill Road and PRoW (Footpath FP005) at western edge of Maple Cross 9.4.105 There will be open middle ground views of the construction of the temporary exit slip road from the M25 (approximately 300m from the viewpoint). The majority of the middle ground and background of the view will be altered through the re-profiling of excavated material across the extensive site. The construction compounds and associated plant and traffic will also be visible from this location (approximately 650 from the viewpoint). Therefore, the magnitude of change is considered to be high.

9.4.106 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a major adverse effect.



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