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Daniel Cullen Amending green belt boundaries would affect the character of the areas in question and remove the qualities of Elmbridge that makes the Borough appealing, as well as changing the landscape in an area that attracted residents in its current form.

Option 1 is preferable, increasing densities in sites that are already developed without altering the character of Green Belt areas. The redevelopment of areas including allotments and playing fields would have a lesser effect on the character of the areas, especially if relocated to sites within the existing Green Belt.
05 Jan 2017 13:30
Daniel Cullen No, I disagree 05 Jan 2017 13:30
Deleted User Greenbelt should be as originally intended 05 Jan 2017 19:32
Deleted User No, I disagree 05 Jan 2017 19:32
Jayne Parsons Yes, I agree 06 Jan 2017 08:22
Jayne Parsons I support EBC's option 2 and the Green Belt assessment especially identifying Dark Green around Fieldcommon Estate and Molesey Heath and the Light Green for Cobham and Long Ditton. This is critical to maintain the effectiveness of the Green Belt and protection of Walton on Thames/Hersham and Molesey.

Also I wish to request the part of Molesey Heath which is the ex sewage pumping station land should now be absorbed/included in the Dark Green Belt as it has now blended into the Heath and forms a natural continuation of the much needed open space by the river Mole, providing a respite from the industrial estate and over development in recent years of several high rise blocks of flats in the nearby proximity of Pool Road and Island Farms Road, West Molesey.
06 Jan 2017 08:22
Deleted User Yes, I agree 06 Jan 2017 08:32
FEDORA (David Cooke) I would question the number of new houses needed.

Your previous planning policies have led to the preponderance of overlarge houses. More land will not correct this, only more rigorous application of granting permission for the right size of dwellings.

If forced by government to provide more housing it should be by more intensive development of urban and brownfield sites even if this means taller buildings.
06 Jan 2017 13:27
FEDORA (David Cooke) No, I disagree 06 Jan 2017 13:27
Deleted User We have quite a bit of land that just looks wasted. But this should mean housing should be spaced so to keep some benefit of the space. 08 Jan 2017 09:54
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