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Chiddingfold Parish Council (S… 22 Aug 2018

Local Plan Part 2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Appendix II: Settlement Boundaries Chiddingfold

  • Comment ID: /1033
  • Status: Accepted
Adjustment: The proposed additional area in Chiddingfold to be included in the proposed settlement boundary is significantly in excess of that required to meet housing need. Some adjustments required to Map 1 in the next iteration of the WLPP2 (Regulation 19 consultation). This Council will work with Waverley Borough Council to ensure the sites allocated by Chiddingfold Parish Council are accurately released in the final WLPP2.
Christopher Barstow 29 Jul 2018

Local Plan Part 2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 4: Housing: Delivering New Housing Delivering New Housing in Haslemere

  • Comment ID: /442
  • Status: Accepted
As a resident of Courts Hill Rd- (number redacted) could you please register my objection to the above plans. There are already serious safety and congestion issues in and around the junctions of Hedgehog lane, Longdene Rd.,and Courts Hill Rd. The prospect of up to additional 70 houses using Hedgehog Lane as an exit is appalling, and will make the navigation of these narrow local roads a nightmare.
Michael Foster 29 Jul 2018

Local Plan Part 2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 4: Housing: Delivering New Housing Delivering New Housing in Haslemere

  • Comment ID: /444
  • Status: Accepted
Whilst understanding the issues related to the requirement to find space for housing development, I would oppose the inclusion of these two areas, at least if the access is to be via Longdene Road or Courts Mount Rd. The roads are narrow, many occupiers rely on on-road parking ( though I do not) resulting in difficulties in traffic flow past parked vehicles, particularly delivery vehicles. The constriction on road width creates hazards for pedestrians due to lack of space. However, the most sign
«anonymous» 24 Jul 2018

Local Plan Part 2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Appendix II: Settlement Boundaries Churt

  • Comment ID: /564
  • Status: Accepted
See attached.
G K Goodwin 24 Jul 2018

Local Plan Part 2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 4: Housing: Delivering New Housing Delivering New Housing in Haslemere

  • Comment ID: /545
  • Status: Accepted
I am writing this letter as an objection to Part 2 now that WBC has put forward and published a consultation documents of their Local Plan Proposals for two more sites in Sturt Road (Haslemere) for 40 more homes. My wife and I have lived in this house for 45 years and have been very happy in Haslemere until now, it seems that any plot of land which is vacant has to be covered in concrete and houses built on it not taking into account how it will affect all our local services in the area and als
David Carter 24 Jul 2018

Local Plan Part 2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 4: Housing: Delivering New Housing Delivering New Housing in Haslemere

  • Comment ID: /583
  • Status: Accepted
Objection to Development plan DS18 under LPP2 I do appreciate the challenges the Council faces in meeting housing targets but nevertheless must enter the following itemised objections to mooted developments on the Red Court site bordering Scotlands Lane Haslemere. I do so out of concern for community interests. In a final section, I offer alternatives to the proposals in DS18-to the extent that any are actually necessary to meet Haslemere's additional housing allocation. OBJECTIONS • The Red
Audrey Harrison 20 Jul 2018

Local Plan Part 2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 4: Housing: Delivering New Housing Delivering New Housing in Haslemere

  • Comment ID: /452
  • Status: Accepted
I live in the area of Longdene Road, Courts Hill Road, Courts Mount Round, Hedgehog Lane and Hasle Drive. > I am writing to strongly object to the proposed sites DS10 and DS15, which have been included in LPP2 as recently published by Waverley Borough Council for consultation. > Up to 70 new houses in DS10 and DS15 could mean up to an additional 140 cars accessing onto and using Longdene Road, Courts Hill Road, Courts Mount Road and Hedgehog Lane throughout the day....and on top of this there
Hambledon Parish Council (Caro… 19 Jul 2018

Local Plan Part 2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 2: General Policies: Design Quality spaces through Design

  • Comment ID: /819
  • Status: Accepted
The principles of good design are fine, but how will future developments be judged against this and good design assured? This is very subjective.
Hambledon Parish Council (Caro… 19 Jul 2018

Local Plan Part 2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 2: General Policies: Design Comprehensive Development

  • Comment ID: /820
  • Status: Accepted
How will a coordinated approach with adjoining sites be achieved especially when individual sites are developed over a longer period of time. How will the coordination process between different developers be made to happen?
Hambledon Parish Council (Caro… 19 Jul 2018

Local Plan Part 2: Site Allocations and Development Management Policies Chapter 2: General Policies: Transport Transport

  • Comment ID: /821
  • Status: Accepted
Any developments will lead to an increase in traffic and will have a residual cumulative impact on the capacity of the highway network. There is no strategy as to how the overall impact of the total traffic numbers from the many proposed current and future developments will be managed There are no set standards or criteria by which to judge whether or not Transport Assessments and or Travel Plans are to be acceptable. How will "the adverse effect of any potential HGV traffic movements, particu
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