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Peter Tottle At train stations 28 Feb 2017 11:42
Peter Tottle Yes (If yes, what density do you think would be appropriate?) 28 Feb 2017 11:42
1939 (Elizabeth Ann) There may be places where sensitive and careful consideration could be given to the building of affordable homes, but certainly in small numbers and only in sustainable locations. A good example of this seems to be happening in the High Street in Cobham (although I don’t know what the asking prices will be!?)
The retirement homes being built above some of the shops in Cobham are a good use of space - and well suited to the needs of old folk, who can then walk to the shops and need no cars. However, the numbers of dwellings like this should be not only creative and restricted in numbers to preserve the character of the villages or towns, but also of truly affordable prices.
11 Feb 2017 16:28
1939 (Elizabeth Ann) Yes (If yes, what density do you think would be appropriate?) 11 Feb 2017 16:28
1981 (Oliver Bath) Yes (If yes, what density do you think would be appropriate?) 22 Feb 2017 10:25
A Flack Yes (If yes, what density do you think would be appropriate?) 03 Feb 2017 14:15
A Littler Yes (If yes, what density do you think would be appropriate?) 18 Feb 2017 10:12
A Littler At least 40 dwellings per hectare, where this would not impact on local character.

Good design and imagination will be key here. Perhaps involve the community at pre-app stage?
18 Feb 2017 10:12
A S Cooper No 08 Feb 2017 11:15
A S Cooper I refer to my previous answers on the need to build services to support any further development on brownfield sites and to continue to protect green belt land. 08 Feb 2017 11:15
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