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William Bradwell • Green spaces provide the "green lungs" to counter the increasing urbanisation
• Creative design should be used to maximise the opportunity around these areas.
20 Mar 2017 10:09
William Bradwell Yes 20 Mar 2017 10:09
William Banks I do not see the point of your lengthy response forms in terms of the way it has been set out and thus I am submitting the follow statement, which must be taken into account.

I don't agree with your findings or solution. The point of the green belt was to stop urban sprawl, one town collapsing into another. You have vast areas areas along the A3 that could be used, new villages could be set up.

You solution will merge Oxshott and Stoke D'Abernon and thus Cobham, ruining the beautiful area. The villages will be no more.This is what took place in Chalfont St Giles, increasing the crime rate and bring people into the area whom did not fit. It is now unsafe for people to live their lives they way they once did there and the area has been ruined.

The doctors will not be able to cope, already overwhelmed, the schools are also ready over subscribed and 9,500 homes will bring 20,000 additional cars to roads that are already over congested.

This is thus a terrible idea of which the locals DO NOT AGREE WITH NOR WANT. REJECT IT.
20 Jan 2017 17:19
William Banks No 20 Jan 2017 17:19
Weybridge Society (Raymond Spary) This issue is about safeguarding and enhancing the "green lungs" in our urban environment. If residents are to experience higher and higher densities in existing settlements it is surely crucial that the various amenity lands , copses and miscellaneous deep highway verges ( e.g. Brooklands Road, Cobbets Hill, Queens Road, Weybridge/Hersham, Monument Hill) that so determine the attractiveness of where we live are safeguarded and if necessary brought into public ownership to avoid development ( e.g. the recent ominous enclosure of the Walton Charities lands at Queens Road/Mayfield Road, Hersham) . CILs monies could and should be used for such purposes. Some strong policy in this regard is essential in the Strategy. These lands are only noticed by most once they have gone and then it is too late!
As along with heritage these are our most important assets.
21 Feb 2017 00:01
Weybridge Society (Raymond Spary) Yes 21 Feb 2017 00:01
Weston Green CAAC (Alan Oakley) Yes, very important, particularly with the threats of Government pressures for development 27 Feb 2017 08:12
Weston Green CAAC (Alan Oakley) Yes 27 Feb 2017 08:12
Wendy Whitaker Yes definitely this will help with pollution and quality of health and living. 30 Jan 2017 08:21
Wendy Whitaker Yes 30 Jan 2017 08:21
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