Online Response Form

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NameOptionTextDate
Gill Money Most of the points listed above and elsewhere in this form - it would be more useful to offer a consultation on this per development proposal so that comments can be site specific and therefore more efficient. 16 Feb 2017 17:36
Jane Carr -Road layout.
-Bypassing the High Street
16 Mar 2017 13:54
Linda Grey • Too many to mention in this cumbersome form. Smaller aspects as most points set out above. 17 Mar 2017 12:13
Mr Groombridge • The Strategic Consultation paper contains numerous flaws and inconsistencies. The methodology is subjective and flawed
• Entire premise of the consultation rests on the requirement to build 9480 new homes. The probability of this forecast being correct needs to be understood – is it enough to remove Green Belt status forever?
• The paper has only explored 3 parcels of so called “weakly performing” land – other parcels of so called “weakly, moderately or strongly” performing may be more suitable for development e.g.nearer to higher urban areas
• No consideration given with the proposals for the Cobham & Stoke d’Abernon proposals of access to jobs and employment. Limited employment opportunities in the immediate area as opposed to exploring options in Walton or Weybridge
• Economics of building lower cost housing on areas of Elmbridge (parcels 14 and 20) that are focused on high value homes. Risk if Green Belt is removed that Millgate Homes (current owners of 45 acres of parcel 14) will look to build more high – end (4+ bedroom) homes and pay the Council off as they have done on the existing building. What makes the Council think this would change in the future?
• Elmbridge strategy does not support the stated EU requirement which seeks to preserve and enhance the quality of life of its residents, both current and future. In our opinion Elmbridge proposals directly contradict these EU directives
• A lack of information provided to local residents and the length and complexity of the questionnaire seem to lead to the conclusion that the Council is simply going through a process and not seriously open to any challenge from local residents
16 Feb 2017 12:27
1939 (Elizabeth Ann) There are many services that would need improving to accommodate even more new developments - from roads, rail services, bus services, waiting times in doctors' surgeries etc. etc.All this would be extremely complex and very expensive. 11 Feb 2017 16:28
A Flack Making sure there is enough parking to support any new development - not just the minimum 03 Feb 2017 14:15
A Littler Dedicated cycle routes that don't require the cyclist to give way more often than a car making the equivalent journey, and which adults feel are safe enough to allow their children to cycle for school and leisure.
Include good direct walking routes to community centre and facilities.
18 Feb 2017 10:12
ACS International Schools (Ms… A new flow controlled exit from out of the ACS Cobham campus onto the A307 North of the A3. Traffic light installation at Farmile/Portsmouth Road entry to campus. 21 Feb 2017 14:55
Alan Butler Road maintenance , traffic calming , and banning bicycles from narrow busy roads e.g. Copsem Lane 10 Feb 2017 13:10
Alan Pemberton I think that the problems with providing the larger infrastructure need to be seriously addressed before you start looking at smaller, “cop out” improvements. 01 Mar 2017 13:43
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