A New Local Plan: The Options Consultation


List of answers to the specified question
. DAWKES Option 4 is the most environmentally friendly option. The Green Belt must be preserved. The environment cannot be comprised any further.

The loss of Green Belt would be devastating for the environment and would result in more pollution. The countryside, commons, open spaces and habitats around Claygate would be lost forever.

Too much building or increasing the number of dwellings would put too much pressure on already over-stretched services, would increase traffic, increase pollution, increase noise pollution.
29 Sep 2019 16:33
. DAWKES Option 4 29 Sep 2019 16:33
[Deleted] Michelle Boothroyd I would encourage the council to explore areas of regeneration which helps to support and develop communities which would benefit from investment. 30 Sep 2019 21:15
[Deleted] Michelle Boothroyd Other 30 Sep 2019 21:15
[Deleted] Richard Turpin Option 5 30 Sep 2019 22:32
1939 (Joe Rooks) This option seems to share the pain more fairly across the borough. Shame to lose some green belt but some compromise is needed to cope with population increase and to offer more people the chance to own a home. I don't consider all green belt land to be automatically worth keeping with some areas pretty much dedicated to exercise facilities for dogs - housing here might be seen as a greater priority. 17 Sep 2019 12:29
1939 (Joe Rooks) Option 5 17 Sep 2019 12:29
1959 (Michael White) The green areas, both Green Belt and recreational/social/civic spaces are key elements in the character of Claygate. Any diminution of these spaces would adversely affect the area in terms of the mental health benefits from living here. The amount of intensification already carried out has been disruptive and put a huge strain on the infrastructure of Claygate. Evidence suggests that even the least impactful Option 1 will have a significant impact on the quality of life in the area, through disruption of roads and noise. 19 Sep 2019 11:35
1959 (Michael White) Other 19 Sep 2019 11:35
1963 (Sanjay Patel) In order to retain the natural beauty of the borough while also retaining the the Greenbelt land which is vital in controlling air pollution by absorbing CO2. 29 Sep 2019 18:57
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