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Amy Leftwich The consultation document is focused on challenges in terms of how to cope with new development and what will be needed, however I am concerned that there is not enough focus on the impact for current residents and the fact that it will totally change the local environment for those already living in the area. 24 Feb 2017 13:52
Amy Leftwich No, I disagree 24 Feb 2017 13:52
Anne Stevens To retain the quality of life for all residents in Elmbridge.
To address infrastructure requirements for Schools, Doctors, transport congestion etc.
To maintain strong protections for the Green Belt and avoid urban sprawl.
To maintain the environment and avoid further pollution.
To take account of the value of green spaces for the recreation of local people.
15 Mar 2017 11:52
Anne Stevens No, I disagree 15 Mar 2017 11:52
Barbara Waterfield Regarding consultation questions 1,4,5 & 6, I agree with the evaluation and choice of option 2.

The assessment of green belt land is essential for protecting dark green land , as in Walton, Hersham and Molesey, to avoid merging these areas.

As it is, I feel that these areas are suffering from over development. The traffic is getting very heavy, leaving side roads to join main roads is quite difficult and dangerous.
Parking is also becoming a significant problem.
01 Feb 2017 18:39
Barbara Waterfield Yes, I agree 01 Feb 2017 18:39
Cobham CAAC (David Taylor) To retain the quality of life for all residents in Elmbridge.
To address infrastructure requirements for Schools, Doctors, transport congestion etc.
To maintain strong protections for the Green Belt and avoid urban sprawl.
To maintain the environment and avoid further pollution.
To take account of the value of green spaces for the recreation of local people.
28 Feb 2017 12:06
Cobham CAAC (David Taylor) No, I disagree 28 Feb 2017 12:06
Deborah Butcher Yes, I agree 24 Feb 2017 09:33
Gill Money Having lived in Elmbridge for 25years I understand the problems with there not being enough affordable housing, however the consultation document has missed other equally pressing problems to support quality of life that should be addressed before any more households are added to Elmbridge, particularly in the Cobham area. The road system can only just handle the existing traffic loadings - any more will bring it to a total halt; there aren't enough school and medical facilities and support for our existing elderly residents need upgrading. We also need to maintain the environment and avoid further pollution whether it arises from vehicles, surface water run off or overloaded waste systems. Also, Elmbridge has already stated previously that a central part of its core strategy is to protect the Green Belt and this should remain an absolute. The Consultation does not seem to take account of the value of green spaces for the recreation of local people. 16 Feb 2017 17:36
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