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James Chowne Maintaining open spaces and low housing density should be the most important as it is this that gives Elmbridge its character and differentiates it. This should be protected. 08 Jan 2017 20:09
Deleted User • Maintaining quality of life for residents
• Infrastructure – schools, GPs, etc.
• Infrastructure – currently the traffic congestion and roads in Cobham/Stoke d'Abernon and Oxshott are unable to cope with current levels of traffic
• Urbanisation – increasing encroachment into the Green Belt
• Pollution – levels already unacceptably high given A3 & M25 proximity
• Erosion of environment and not protecting natural habitat
• Provision for the elderly
• Catering for the health of the current population
09 Jan 2017 08:55
Deleted User Predominantly housing 09 Jan 2017 12:36
Deleted User The lack of School Places - we moved to the area with our 3 year old daughter to avoid the London postcode lottery. Since applying, we have discovered that it is unlikely our daughter will be accepted at out local school (.3 of a mile away) and it is probable we will have to endure 2 hours of travel each day to get our daughter to and from the next closest option. 09 Jan 2017 18:10
Deleted User The commuting during rush hours is ridiculous from 7am-9am and 4pm-7pm (by road and train) 09 Jan 2017 18:59
Kate Hedman We moved here to start a family because of the idyllic surrounds of Cobham and Oxshott. The constant roadworks and absolute vacancy of the High Street is not in line with what we invested in when we moved here 09 Jan 2017 20:26
Deleted User Preserving road and rail infrastructure density i.e. not adding more houses that will put a strain on both. 09 Jan 2017 21:26
John Girdley Although housing, and affordable housing in particular has been listed as the number one priority, this is putting the cart before the horse. The number one priority is answering the question "What's the finance" which in turn suggests that local employment should be the second priority followed by solving our current roads issues, and then the vexed question of housing with schools and other social considerations coming last. 10 Jan 2017 10:46
Deleted User Retain the Green Belt to keep Elmbridge rich in open spaces.

Infrastructure – ensuring "associated infrastructure is sufficient to support any increase in development" as there is considerable pressure on existing infrastructure eg. schools, health services, public transport They are at capacity now and cannot cope with existing demands.

Traffic congestion and roads in Long Ditton Village/Hinchley Wood and Thames Ditton

Protect natural habitat

Looking after the health and wellbeing of local residents
10 Jan 2017 12:40
Deleted User Safety of local residents and children, and protecting the environment for future generations to enjoy. 10 Jan 2017 13:08
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