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The Chancellors Autumn Statement 2015 (25 November 2015).
Note: Autumn Statement 2015 allocates £250 Million to Operation Stack M20.
See: Page 51, Figure 1, South East.
Source: HM Treasury, 25 November 2015.

The Chancellors Autumn Statement 2015 (25 November 2015).
Note: Autumn Statement 2015 announces ‘Roads Fund paid for directly from the revenues of Vehicle Excise Duty from 2020-21.’
See: Page 1.196, Page 50.
Source: HM Treasury, 25 November 2015.

Kent County Council Submission.
Note: To Transport Select Committee, House of Commons, 14.10.15.
Source: www.parliament.uk, 14 October 2015.

Monserat Properties Ltd Submission.
Note: To Transport Select Committee, House of Commons, 14.10.15.
Source: www.parliament.uk, 14 October 2015.

Transport Select Committee, House of Commons.
Note: Regarding Operation Stack
Source: www.parliament.uk, 14 October 2015.

Briefing Note: Solving Operation Stack M20: Enabling Regeneration.
Note: Briefing – Problems, SEA Solution, Funding, Policy Agenda.
Source: Monserat Properties Ltd.

Image Map/Plans for Low Cost Operation Stack Solution - 2 Slip Roads M20, up to 3,000 Lorries
(PDF Version)

Note: Sellindge-Evegate/Aldington, The SEA Solution, to Operation Stack
Source: Monserat Properties Ltd/WYG, 2012

Kent County Council: Lorry Park Network (Phase 1) 2014
Note: Unrestricted KCC Minute Initiating Small Lorry Parks Plan, September 2014
See: Attached MPL/WYG Transport Consultants response testifying to this plans ineffectiveness
Source: MPL/WYG Transport Consultants, Kent County Council, September 2014

Review of GOSE and KCC Considerations for Operation Stack Lorry Park, 2005
Note: Summary Table of Sites Considered and Chosen = Sellindge-Evegate (South) = Sellindge-Evegate/Aldington
See: The reasons for the rejection of 5 other sites examined by GOSE and KCC
Source: WYG, 2015

J10B-J10A M20 Cost Benefit Analysis
J10B-J10A M20 MPL-WYG Full Report 2008
J10B-J10A M20 MPL-WYG Summary Report 2008
Note: Cost Benefit Analysis of Junction 10B (adjacent to the Operation Stack solution at Sellindge-Evegate/Aldington) vs. Junction 10A on the M20
Source: Monserat Properties Ltd – WYG, June 2008

HM Treasury: Budget 2014, March, 2014
Note: Budget 2014, Housing and Planning
See: Page 40, New Garden City (1.145) Future Garden City’s (1.146) Enterprise Zone (1.148).
Source: Chancellor of the Exchequer, UK Government, HM Treasury, March 2014

HM Treasury: £375 Billion Expenditure on Infrastructure, December, 2013
Note: Details of Government Policy on Infrastructure Expenditure.
See: Page 107 for Junction 10A M20 and Link Road, Ashford Kent.
Source: UK Government, HM Treasury / Infrastructure UK, December 2013.

HM Treasury: £100 Billion Expenditure on Infrastructure, 2013
Note: Details of Government Policy on Infrastructure Expenditure.
See: Pages 12-16 (Roads) and Table A6, Page 75 for Junction 10A M20, Ashford Kent.
Source: UK Government, HM Treasury / Infrastructure UK, June 2013.

Financing Trans European Networks, 2012
Note: See page 5
Source: European Investment Bank, 2012

HM Treasury/Infrastructure UK National Infrastructure Plan 2011, Updated 2012
Note: Details of Government Policy on Infrastructure Expenditure
Source: UK Government, HM Treasury/Infrastructure UK, December 2012

HM Treasury/Infrastructure UK National Infrastructure Plan 2011
Note: Details of Government Policy on Infrastructure Expenditure
Source: UK Government, HM Treasury/Infrastructure UK, November 2011

HM Treasury: Valuing Infrastructure Spend, Supplementary Guidance to the Green Book.
Source: UK Government, HM Treasury, November 2011 HM Treasury

KCC Local Transport Plan 2011-2016
Note: Details Proposed for an Operation Stack lorry park at Sellindge-Evegate/Aldington on the M20 and the funding methods.
See: Chapter 8, Implementation Plan for Growth Without Gridlock (p77); Operation Stack (p97); Foreign Lorry Road User Charging, BritDisc, (p97, clause 8.72); Operation Stack Solution (p97, clause 8.70); Lorry Parking (p97-98).
Source: Kent County Council April 2011

KCC Growth Without Gridlock: A Transport Delivery Plan for Kent, 2010
Note: Details the KCC Transport Infrastructure Delivery Plan and Funding
See: Select for more details
Source: Kent County Council December 2010

The Coalition Agreement 2010
Note: Details policy to bring in a HGV Road User Charging/BritDisc legislation.
See: Section 30, Transport (p31)
Source: UK Government, Cabinet Office, 2010.

Kent County Council Framework for Regeneration 2009.
Note: Business, Economy, Housing, Community, Infrastructure Strategies.
See: Operation Stack M20 - Pages 25, 27, 70, 74.
Source: Kent Council Leaders, 2013.

Kent Partnership – Growth Without Gridlock 2009
Note: Details proposal for an Operation Stack lorry park at Sellindge-Evegate/Aldington and a BritDisc funding method.
See: Lorry Park (Operation Stack), BritDisc (p35).
Source: Kent County Council, 2009

Sellindge-Evegate/Aldington Proposal, Solving Operation Stack, Junction 10B, M20, 2007
Note: Proposes Operation Stack Lorry Park and suggests adjacent Junction 10B M20.
See: Conclusions (p20-21), Varied letters of support from Mr. Damian Green MP, Dover Harbour Board, Road Haulage Association (Appendix B).
Source: Submission to SE Plan, Monserat Properties Ltd/BSP Consulting, 2007.

Sellindge-Evegate/Aldington Proposal, Solving Operation Stack, Junction 10B, M20, (Summary) 2007
Note: Proposes Operation Stack Lorry Park and suggests adjacent Junction 10B M20.
See: Monserat Proposals (p8-9).
Source: Submission to SE Plan, Monserat Properties Ltd/BSP Consulting, 2007.

Sellindge-Evegate/Aldington Proposal, Solving Operation Stack, Junction 10B, M20, Reducing Carbon Emissions, 2007
Note: Proposed Operation Stack Lorry Park solution reduces carbon emissions by 140,000 tons during 2007-2026.
See: Paragraph 7, page2.
Source: Submission to SE Plan, Monserat Properties Ltd/BSP Consulting, 2007.

Solving Operation Stack M20: Boosting Business: Enabling Regeneration