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Anna Davies We do not have the infra-structure to support any more homes. The schools are at capacity; we already need more local schools, not bigger schools. The roads are in a terrible condition and often grid locked. People drive; more transport links and sustainable transport options do not work. People are time poor and lazy. 09 Jan 2017 09:04
Jamie Mainwaring New developments should reflect what is currently in the community. 09 Jan 2017 12:00
Deleted User The market dictates the demand and the balance and it should decide 09 Jan 2017 12:36
Deleted User I agree there should be diversity in the scope of what is to be built but not in affordability. Oxshott/Cobham are not city centres and have little to offer except community and lifestyle. Aggressive expansion and subsidised housing are both unsustainable in small communities. I 09 Jan 2017 18:10
Deleted User Only large houses with the smallest number of occupants. Not flats. 4 and 5 bedroom only. But honestly I believe it will destroy the area if you build 2000 homes between Hinchley Wood / Long Ditton. 09 Jan 2017 18:59
Kate Hedman There is no telling what the future of the real estate market/housing needs will be. To limit any such development would be arbitrary and not necessarily effective. 09 Jan 2017 20:26
Deleted User The character of the area is in its existing housing. Diversity for diversity's sake achieves nothing. I don't see much affordable housing getting approved in Mayfair 09 Jan 2017 21:26
John Girdley Long term residents, often with larger homes, want to downsize but the only properties available are on so called "age related" developments often located alongside traffic hot spots, leasehold and with high service charges.

A balanced approach to new homes must include price/quality levels.
10 Jan 2017 10:46
Deleted User Having a diverse mix of residents living in the area means that any housing built must meet the needs of everyone. 10 Jan 2017 13:08
Deleted User It is extremely hard for young people to afford to buy in the area 10 Jan 2017 17:22
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