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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 049.3.005: View west from PRoW (Footpath U50) 9.5.39 There will be filtered views of the overhead power line diversion crossing Uxbridge Golf Course in the middle ground (approximately 500m away). Planting reinstated within the golf course will not have established by year 1. The diversion of the overhead power line will give rise to notable changes to the golf course. Overall, there will be a medium magnitude of change.

9.5.40 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the medium sensitivity of the receptor will result in a moderate adverse effect in the winter of year 1 of operation.

9.5.41 There will be no change to the assessment during summer of 2026 and the effect remains significant.

9.5.42 By year 15 and beyond to year 60 of operation, golf course reinstatement planting will have further established, filtering the view of the diverted overhead power line.

Therefore reducing effects to non-significant. These are reported, Volume 5 Appendix LV-001-007 Part 4.

Viewpoint 051.3.002: View north along the Grand Union Canal PRoW (Footpath U72) and the Colne Valley Trail PRoW (Footpath U75) 9.5.43 There will be open views of the proposed viaduct as it crosses the canal in the middle ground (approximately 250m away). The viaduct will be approximately 11 -15m high CFA Report – Colne Valley/No7 | Landscape and visual assessment and will block views along the canal at a higher level within the narrow view. There will also be filtered views through adjacent vegetation to the viaduct as it passes across the lakes. The magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.5.44 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor will result in a moderate adverse effect in the winter of year 1.

9.5.45 The view of the Proposed Scheme in the winter of year 1 of operation is illustrated on the photomontage shown in Figure LV-01-026 (Volume 2, CFA7 Map Book).

9.5.46 During the summer of year 1, mature trees either side of the canal will narrow the view and further obscure views towards the Proposed Scheme. However, given the scale of the new viaduct structure in the view there will be no change to the assessment during summer and the effect remains significant.

9.5.47 By year 15 and beyond to year 60 of operation, vegetation reinstated along the Grand Union Canal will have matured, enclosing the vegetated corridor once again. Despite the vegetation, the viaduct will remain visible in the centre of the view as it passes from east to west. Therefore the magnitude of change will remain medium.

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

Viewpoint 051.4.003: View from the Chiltern Main Line 9.5.49 There will be open views of the Colne Valley viaduct in the middle ground (approximately 600m away).. There will also be elevated views either side of the canal through adjacent vegetation towards the viaduct. Taking the above into account, the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.5.50 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the medium sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a moderate adverse effect in the winter of year 1.

9.5.51 During the summer of year 1 of operation, mature trees either side of the canal and the lakeside boundary vegetation will further filter views of the viaduct, although not sufficiently to alter the assessment.

9.5.52 By year 15 and beyond to year 60 of operation, reinstatement vegetation along the Grand Union Canal will have matured, enclosing the vegetated corridor once again.

Despite the vegetation, the viaduct will remain visible in the centre of the view as it passes from south to north. Therefore the magnitude of change remains medium.

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

Viewpoint 052.4.001: View south from Harvil Road 9.5.54 There will be filtered views through roadside hedgerows and field boundaries towards the southern approach embankment and the start of the viaduct in the foreground (approximately 20m from the receptor). There will be filtered views of the Ickenham auto-transformer feeder station in the background. The viaduct with associated train and overhead line equipment will also be visible. The relatively short distance from the

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receptor and substantial change partially filtered will result in a medium magnitude of change.

9.5.55 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the medium sensitivity of the receptor will result in a moderate adverse effect in the winter of year 1.

9.5.56 During the summer year 1, the intervening roadside vegetation will further filter views of the Proposed Scheme, although the assessment will remain unchanged.

9.5.57 By year 15 and beyond to year 60 of operation, mitigation planting adjacent to Harvil Road, as well as along the line of the Proposed Scheme will have established, partially screening the route from this location. This will reduce effects to non-significant.

These are reported, Volume 5 Appendix LV-001-007 Part 4.

Viewpoint 052.3.002: View south from the northern edge of HOAC from PRoW (Footpath U34) 9.5.58 There will be filtered views through lakeside vegetation and occasional open views of the proposed viaduct in the middle ground (approximately 200m away). The proposed 3m high noise fence barrier on the west side of the viaduct, north of the Grand Union Canal, will form a substantial element in the view. The approximately 11 – 15m high viaduct will cross the lake in the view, gradually disappearing behind the lake’s perimeter vegetation. Piers will be located approximately every 40m, partially obscuring views across the lake. There will also be filtered views through existing lakeside vegetation of the National Grid feeder station in the middle ground. The magnitude of change is considered to be high.





9.5.59 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor will result in a major adverse effect in the winter of year 1 of operation.

9.5.60 The view of the Proposed Scheme in the winter of year 1 of operation is illustrated on the photomontage shown in Figure LV-01-028 (Volume 2, CFA7 Map Book).

9.5.61 During the summer of year 1 operation, the view to the viaduct will remain open and the assessment will be unchanged.

9.5.62 In year 15 and beyond into year 60 there will be filtered views through lakeside vegetation and occasional open views towards the viaduct in the middle ground. The view towards the National Grid feeder station will be further filtered by maturing mitigation planting. The magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.5.63 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a major adverse effect by year 15 and beyond to year 60.

9.5.64 The view of the Proposed Scheme in the summer of year 15 of operation is illustrated on the photomontage shown in Figure LV-01-225 (Volume 2, CFA7 Map Book).

Viewpoint 052.2.004: View south-west from residential properties on Harvil Road, Ickenham 9.5.65 There will be open views along the National Grid feeder station access road. The top of the feeder station will be visible across the sloping agricultural fields in the background of the view. The pylon diversion will be visible in the background of the

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view and will form a strong vertical presence in the landscape. The proposed planting during year 1 of operation will not have established to form an effective screen. The magnitude of change is considered to be high.

9.5.66 The high magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor will result in a major adverse effect in the winter of year 1.

9.5.67 During summer of year 1 operation, field and garden vegetation will further filter views of the Proposed Scheme, resulting in a medium magnitude of change and a reduction in the effect to moderate adverse.

9.5.68 The view of the Proposed Scheme in the summer of year 1 of operation is illustrated on the photomontage shown in Figure LV-01-027 (Volume 2, CFA7 Map Book).

9.5.69 In year 15 and beyond into year 60 there will be filtered views through field boundary vegetation towards the National Grid feeder station in the background. The proposed planting will have further established to screen views. This will result in a minor adverse effect by year 15 and year 60 and is therefore non-significant in both years.

This is reported, Volume 5 Appendix LV-001-007 Part 4 Viewpoint 053.4.002: View north from Moorhall Road, Denham Green 9.5.70 Looking north along Moorhall Road there will be open views to the proposed viaduct crossing the road at approximately 12m above existing road level in the middle ground. Existing roadside vegetation will not screen views during winter. Passing trains will also be visible from this location. Taking the above into account, the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.5.71 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the low sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a moderate adverse effect in the winter of year 1 of operation.

9.5.72 During the summer of year 1 of operation existing roadside vegetation will enclose the highway corridor further screening views of the Proposed Scheme. However, as the viaduct and passing trains will be clearly visible in the centre of the view, there is no change to the assessment and remains significant.

9.5.73 The view will not have altered greatly by year 15 and beyond to year 60 due to the open nature of the view and central location of the viaduct within the view. As such, the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

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

Viewpoint 054.4.001: View south-west from Moorhall Road 9.5.75 There will be open views towards the viaduct in the middle ground. The viaduct will cross the road at approximately 12m above existing road level and high speed trains will also be visible. Therefore, the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.5.76 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the low sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a moderate adverse effect in the winter of year 1.

9.5.77 During the summer, adjacent established roadside vegetation will further screen views of the Proposed Scheme and associated trains. However, as the viaduct and CFA Report – Colne Valley/No7 | Landscape and visual assessment passing trains will be clearly visible in the centre of the view, there is no change to the assessment during summer months.

9.5.78 By year 15 and beyond to year 60, the view will not have greatly altered from that in year 1. Taking the above into account, the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.5.79 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the low sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a moderate adverse effect and remains significant.

Viewpoint 054.3.003: View south from Colne Valley Trail PRoW (Footpath U75) along the Grand Union Canal 9.5.80 There will be open views of the proposed viaduct as it crosses the canal in the middle ground. The viaduct will be approximately between m high at this point and will block views at height along the canal corridor. There will be filtered views of the viaduct from either side of the canal through adjacent vegetation as it crosses the lakes.

Taking the above into account, the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.5.81 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor will result in a moderate adverse effect in the winter of year 1.

9.5.82 The view of the Proposed Scheme in the winter of year 1 of operation is illustrated on the photomontage shown in Figure LV-01-030 (Volume 2, CFA7 Map Book).

9.5.83 During summer of year 1 existing mature trees either side of the canal will narrow the view and further filter views towards the Proposed Scheme. However, some areas of vegetation removal alongside the Grand Union Canal will open up filtered views.

Therefore, there will be no change to the assessment during summer.

9.5.84 By year 15 and 60 there will be open focused views of the viaduct as it crosses the canal in the middle ground softened by canal side vegetation either side. This will result in a medium magnitude of change.

9.5.85 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a moderate adverse effect by year 15 and year 60 and remains significant.

9.5.86 The view of the Proposed Scheme in the summer of year 15 of operation is illustrated on the photomontage shown in Figure LV-01-226 (Volume 2, CFA7 Map Book).

Viewpoint 054.2.004: View south from Hillside Road, South Harefield 9.5.87 There will be filtered foreground views through field hedgerows towards the National Grid feeder station in the background. The top of the feeder station will be visible over the hedgerows in the middle ground of the view. The proposed planting extending the existing copses within Harefield Moor in the middle ground will not have established.

The scale of the magnitude of change is considered to be medium.

9.5.88 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor will result in a moderate adverse effect in the winter of year 1 operation.

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9.5.89 During summer of year 1 the field and garden vegetation will further filter views of the Proposed Scheme in the background, resulting in a low magnitude of change and a consequent reduction in the effect to minor adverse effect that is non-significant.

9.5.90 In year 15 and beyond into year 60 the proposed planting extending the copses in the middle ground will screen views of the proposed National Grid feeder station. The magnitude of change is considered to be negligible.

9.5.91 The negligible magnitude of change, assessed alongside the high sensitivity of the receptor, will result in a negligible effect by year 15 and year 60 and is therefore nonsignificant in both years. These are reported, Volume 5: Appendix LV-001-007 Part 4.

Viewpoint 054.3.006: View north east from PRoW (Footpath U31) near South Harefield 9.5.92 There will be open foreground and middle ground views of the raised agricultural land which will form the new horizon and obscure the woodland view beyond. There will be views of the reinstated hedgerows which will not have established. The foreshortened view and immature hedgerows will contribute to a medium magnitude of change.

9.5.93 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the medium sensitivity of the receptor will result in a moderate adverse effect in the winter of year 1 operation.

9.5.94 During the summer of year 1 the reinstated agricultural land will have re-established reducing the magnitude of change to minor adverse that is non-significant.

9.5.95 By year 15 and 60 whilst open views of the newly profiled landform will not have changed, the reinstated hedgerows will have established and will have integrated with the existing field hedgerow patterns. This will result in a non-significant effect. This is reported, Volume 5: Appendix LV-001-007 Part 4.

Viewpoint 054.3.007: View north-west from PRoW (Footpath U31) near South Harefield 9.5.96 There will be open foreground and middle ground views of re-profiled agricultural land which will form the new horizon and obscure the woodland view beyond. The foreshortened view and steep slopes will contribute to the medium magnitude of change.

9.5.97 The medium magnitude of change, assessed alongside the medium sensitivity of the receptor will result in a moderate adverse effect in the winter of year 1.

9.5.98 During the summer of year 1 the reinstated agricultural land will have re-established reducing the magnitude of change to minor adverse and therefore non-significant.



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