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Burwin Investments (Mark Wingfield) If land is to be released from the greenbelt it should be for the reason to build smaller 2 and 3 bedroom homes. Therefore this will increase the densities. 17 Dec 2016 11:28
Mick Flannigan Greater density will undoubtedly cause more problems than it solves. 19 Dec 2016 13:56
A.B Cotterell Just leave Area 58 alone for all the reasons previously given. It should remain open space for the benefit of local community. 29 Dec 2016 08:59
Holton Homes (Clive Wingfield) would have as little impact as anywhere to accommodate the housing required 02 Jan 2017 07:19
Daniel Cullen High density development would remove the appeal of the area i.e. low density dwelling with large plots and large areas of open space 05 Jan 2017 13:30
FEDORA (David Cooke) These Green Belt locations are not near town centres and should be at much lower densities of less than 10 per hectare. 06 Jan 2017 13:27
Deleted User i think it is short sighted to increase density. This doesn't necessarily work. People need space and I think town planning which allows for greater space will lead to happier communities 08 Jan 2017 09:54
James Chowne No development should be carried out on Green Belt land. Any new development in non urban areas should be low density, family detailed housing with large open spaces to be in keeping with surrounding properties. 08 Jan 2017 20:09
Deleted User Parcel 14 (Knowle Hill Park and next to Blundel Lane, Stoke d'Abernon):
• With regard to Parcel 14 – the semi-rural nature, the topography of the land and the existing housing in the surrounding area
• Economics of building social/affordable housing in an area that is one of the most expensive in Elmbridge is unrealistic
• Infrastructure totally insufficient
• Moving from the current 8 hpd to the proposed 40 or 60 is quite totally out of keeping with the current environment

Parcel 20 (next to Portsmouth Road, Cobham):
• Infrastructure totally insufficient
• Will adversely affect air quality in a heavily polluted area
09 Jan 2017 08:55
Anna Davies We cannot support more people locally. The roads, schools and hospitals are at capacity. 09 Jan 2017 09:04
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