A New Local Plan: The Options Consultation

Responses

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NameOptionTextDate
BGL Group (Michael Fletcher) Working practices of LPA need to be reformed enable and accelerate delivery 19 Aug 2019 09:34
Adrian Biddle Elmbridge council give an inappropriate preference to very large single dwellings that fill the whole development site but will be occupied by only a single family. This has compounded the local problem of very low housing density. These developments should be eschewed in favour of normal sized detached family homes that can be built at higher density whilst maintaining the character of the area. 19 Aug 2019 10:17
Mrs Verrill Villages will no longer cease to be villages if you keep building, stopping families who choose to live a village lifestyle from doing so. Overbuilt areas cause flooding, directly affect the environme 19 Aug 2019 11:00
Lee Gibbs Road congestion 19 Aug 2019 11:18
Lesley Sullivan N/a 19 Aug 2019 11:18
Esher CAAC (Michael Phillips) The design quality of most new schemes is poor., e.g. Sandown Park. Look to new developments in Cambridge to see this need not be the case. The local plan should abolish viability statements to justify low provision of affordable homes at the moment house builders 'game the system' to avoid their obligations. There should be more use of design review panels 19 Aug 2019 12:06
Geoffrey Bills The 'issues' are simply that of recognising that the Green Belt policy locally was put in place to stop the further expansion of London's urban environment.With the emphasis being on 'stop' not circumvent. 19 Aug 2019 12:20
Mick Flannigan Too many developments are being permitted without adequate provision for parking. Walton has already reached saturation point, in terms of density. Town centres are in danger of becoming high rise jungles. Developments have been permitted even though they don't suit the locality in terms of size, style, etc. 19 Aug 2019 12:24
V Bevan The existing population of a neighbourhood still deserve to keep a good quality of life without having their driveways blocked, their access to open green spaces lost, the roads flooded because of overloaded drains and their access to local schools restricted and public services overloaded. 19 Aug 2019 12:51
Friends of Hurst Park (Jill Sa… It would be good to see every opportunity taken to improve biodiversity, also at street level where there are verges. Where new developments go ahead, hedgerows on boundaries should be retained, preserved and improved. New housing does not pay sufficient attention to energy - it is quite common to pass a new block of flats and get a puff of heat from an outlet. What will replace gas boilers? 19 Aug 2019 14:20
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