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Deleted User • Opportunities should be explored near to established fast transport links with easy transport access. An example would be the fast Woking/Walton/Esher line
• Providing infrastructure for the three identified sites is considerably more complex and expensive than linking one larger site in a logistically better positioned area
• Current infrastructure and services are already not fit for purpose.
• Essential infrastructure developments that must be considered before development of the proposed areas include:
o Alternative road patterns be developed to ease existing and future traffic congestion, including improvement of rail road bridges, roundabouts and traffic lights.
o Adequate number of schools, surgeries and green areas to ensure
quality of life for residents.
o Parking at or near transportation links, including Stoke d’Abernon and Cobham Stations.
o Improvements of bus services in area offering alternative to travel by car.
21 Mar 2017 10:16
Deleted User Further research should be given to land near fast transport links.
If this area is to be further researched then, alternative road patters should be addressed, adequate schools, GP surgeries etc. Green spaces and Parking for towns and transport links. I feel in this area it is getting more congested, schools are oversubscribed and really we are lucky that many people have private health care and send their children to independent school. If we had more social housing, the impact on such local services would be overwhelmed.
21 Mar 2017 08:48
Deleted User Existing infrastructure& is already struggling to cope. Roads and trains are already much too crowded already at peak times. 21 Mar 2017 08:34
Simon Heptonstall Schools, transport links (including safe walking & cycling options) and medical provision. A requirement that the developer pass title to any land identified for such provision so that it may not be lost to further dwellings once any “best intentions” lapse as with St James in Long Ditton 20 Mar 2017 16:00
Deleted User • Opportunities should be explored near to established fast transport links with easy transport access. An example would be the fast Woking/Walton/Esher line
• Providing infrastructure for the three identified sites is considerably more complex and expensive than linking one larger site in a logistically better positioned area
• Current infrastructure and services are already not fit for purpose.
• Essential infrastructure developments that must be considered before development of the proposed areas include:
o Alternative road patterns be developed to ease existing and future traffic congestion, including improvement of rail road bridges, roundabouts and traffic lights.
o Adequate number of schools, surgeries and green areas to ensure
quality of life for residents.
o Parking at or near transportation links, including Stoke d’Abernon and Cobham Stations.
o Improvements of bus services in area offering alternative to travel by car.
20 Mar 2017 15:53
Deleted User Further research should be given to land near fast transport links.
If this area is to be further researched then, alternative road patters should be addressed, adequate schools, GP surgeries etc Green spaces and Parking for towns and transport links. I feel in this area it is getting more congested, schools are oversubscribed and really we are lucky that many people have private health care and send their children to independent school. If we had more social housing, the impact on such local services would be overwhelmed.
20 Mar 2017 15:51
Mark Davies There should be NO development on the three Green Belt areas.

As per previous answers, current services for health provision (hospitals and surgeries), schools and public transport are inadequate for existing residents – the Council should therefore prioritise the improvement of current infrastructure.
20 Mar 2017 15:33
Deleted User Train/bus transport links need to be looked at – they are not fit for purpose at the moment so adding more households would be even more stressful.
If you chose to have one larger appropriate site, the infrastructure requirements would be so much less complicated
20 Mar 2017 15:19
Deleted User • Current infrastructure and services are already not fit for purpose. • Essential infrastructure developments that must be considered include alternative road patterns to ease traffic congestion, adequate number of schools, surgeries and green areas to ensure quality of life for residents, sufficient parking at or near transportation links, improved bus services, park and ride, cycle lanes, a pathway along Blundel Lane over the railway bridge, and improved river flows and dams. • Opportunities should be explored near to established fast transport links with easy transport access. An example would be the fast Woking/Walton/Esher line 20 Mar 2017 15:11
Deleted User • Current infrastructure and services are already not fit for purpose. • Essential infrastructure developments that must be considered include alternative road patterns to ease traffic congestion, adequate number of schools, surgeries and green areas to ensure quality of life for residents, sufficient parking at or near transportation links, improved bus services, park and ride, cycle lanes, a pathway along Blundel Lane over the railway bridge, and improved river flows and dams. • Opportunities should be explored near to established fast transport links with easy transport access. An example would be the fast Woking/Walton/Esher line 20 Mar 2017 15:07
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