The Swan School was the subject of a report on local TV news tonight, with River Learning Trust chief executive Paul James appearing in front of the camera.
The BBC South Today piece highlighted concerns from some local residents about the proposal to build the new secondary free school at Marston.
The River Learning Trust is determined to do all it reasonably can to address the concerns of local people regarding congestion and access issues.
It should be stressed that traffic experts at the county council, who are always asked to formally support or object to big developments as part of the planning process, have backed the Swan proposal.
Similarly, the Environment Agency and Natural England have formally supported the Swan planning application, despite some local people expressing their concerns over the environmental impact of the school.
The BBC report can be viewed here. The Swan piece starts at six minutes, 29 seconds.