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1939 (Elizabeth Ann) Everything is under strain because of the huge building programmes that have been changing, not only the built-up look of the area, but also the overcrowded schools, doctors' surgeries, overloaded, crowded train services etc. Station car parks and other car parks, plus parking in the town streets are under strain and getting worse all the time. Utilities systems such as sewage, power systems etc. are all being stretched to the limit. To consider yet more large scale housing plans is counter-productive and certainly the destruction of Green Belt is not the answer. 11 Feb 2017 16:28
1963 (Will Durston) The current infrastructure and services in the Long Ditton / Hinchley Wood area are already at breaking point. Essential considerations are the number of schools, doctors' surgeries, and parks / green areas. Road patterns and traffic flows need to be examined and upgraded, as do public transport links - especially the rail network. Surbiton station is already overcrowded at peak travel times. 21 Feb 2017 19:45
1981 (Oliver Bath) Current infrastructure - schools, doctors rooms, shops etc. Consider roads, rail roads, parking. Providing infrastructure for the 3 identified sites is considerably harder than linking one larger site in a logistically better positioned area. 22 Feb 2017 10:25
A Flack Parking seems a low priority when any new development is being built 03 Feb 2017 14:15
A Littler Good direct cycling and walking routes, so that cycling/walking can be as easy or easier and more pleasant than driving for journeys of under 3 miles. Milton Keynes is a good example of popular cycle routes because they are very useable.

Pleasant and safe cycle routes from new developments to the station, shops, schools, medical facilities, library etc etc. For them to be useable, they should be considered right from the start of planning any new development, not tacked on cheaply at the end.
18 Feb 2017 10:12
A S Cooper There is no such thing as sensitive, sustainable or supported building or development on green belt land. Green belt means no building or development and this would include the building of any infrastructure required to support the existing local population. Local government cannot build to capacity on brownfield sites and then make a case for taking green belt to provide the hospitals, doctors, water plant, roads and businesses to support what has been built. Development in existing brownfiled sites should be properly planned to accommodate supporting services without recourse to taking protected green belt land. If that has not been done then poor council planning cannot be made to justify it. 08 Feb 2017 11:15
A. Fletcher • Opportunities should be explored near to established fast transport links with easy transport access. An example would be the fast Woking/Walton/Esher line
• Providing infrastructure for the three identified sites is considerably more complex and expensive than linking one larger site in a logistically better positioned area
• Current infrastructure and services are already not fit for purpose.
• Essential infrastructure developments that must be considered before development of the proposed areas include:
o Alternative road patterns be developed to ease existing and future traffic congestion, including improvement of rail road bridges, roundabouts and traffic lights.
o Adequate number of schools, surgeries and green areas to ensure quality of life for residents.
o Parking at or near transportation links, including Stoke d’Abernon and Cobham Stations.
o Improvements of bus services in area offering alternative to travel by car.
24 Feb 2017 09:51
ACS International Schools (Ms… Traffic flow improvement and road safety/crossings 21 Feb 2017 14:55
Adam Bowie • Opportunities should be explored near to established fast transport links with easy transport access. An example would be the fast Woking/Walton/Esher line
• Providing infrastructure for the three identified sites is considerably more complex and expensive than linking one larger site in a logistically better positioned area
• Current infrastructure and services are already not fit for purpose.
• Essential infrastructure developments that must be considered before development of the proposed areas include:
o Alternative road patterns be developed to ease existing and future traffic congestion, including improvement of rail road bridges, roundabouts and traffic lights.
o Adequate number of schools, surgeries and green areas to ensure quality of life for residents.
o Parking at or near transportation links, including Stoke d’Abernon and Cobham Stations.
o Improvements of bus services in area offering alternative to travel by car.
08 Mar 2017 10:11
Adam Woodhouse Opportunities should be explored near to established fast transport links with easy transport access, an example would be the fast Woking/Walton/Esher line.
Providing infrastructure for the three identified sites is considerably more complex and expensive than linking one larger site in a logistically better positioned area which should be prioritised over the areas identified in this consultation where current infrastructure and services are already not fit for purpose.
Essential infrastructure developments that must be considered before development of the proposed areas include:
• Alternative road patterns be developed to ease existing and future traffic congestion, including improvement of rail road bridges, roundabouts and traffic lights.
• Adequate number of schools, surgeries, parks and green areas to ensure quality of life for residents.
• Parking at or near transportation links, including Stoke d’Abernon and Cobham Stations.
• Improvements of bus services in area offering alternative to travel by car.
22 Feb 2017 10:50
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