• Our Normandy Village - Glaziers Lane

  • Our Normandy Village - land near Pusseys Copse with Ancient Woodland

  • Our Normandy Village - view to the Hogs Back and Surrey Hills AONB

  • Our Normandy Village - St Marks Church, Wyke, 15th c.

  • Our Normandy Village - winter sunset

Ref: 16/P/02334
Location: Tyhak Farm, Westwood Lane, Normandy, Guildford, GU3 2JJ
Proposal: Demolition of agricultural buildings and replacement with Storage Units (Class B8) and retrospective application for vehicle hardstanding.
Close Date: Tue 06 Dec 2016
Case Officer: Sakina Khanbhai
Ref: 16/P/02246
Location: Chimney Farm, Flexford Road, Normandy, Guildford, GU3 2EE
Proposal: Change of use of farm to encompass use of farmhouse for educational purposes and retreat including use of farm buildings for dog sanctuary, use of land for fruit and vegetable growing by those on retreat/receiving education.
Close Date: Tue 06 Dec 2016
Case Officer: Gill Hanson
Ref: 16/P/01835
Location: Henley Business Park, Pirbright Road, Normandy, Guildford, GU3 2DX
Proposal: Variation of Condition 13 of planning application 14/P/01054 approved 11/11/2014 to change details and hours of servicing operations
Close Date:  14 Oct 2016
Case Officer:  Sakina Khanbhai
Ref: 16/C/00036
Location: Phone Box at junction of Westwood Lane & Orchard Close, Normandy, GU3 2EU
Proposal: Consultation from British Telecommunications for removal of public phone kiosk.
Close Date: Thu 15 Dec 2016
Case Officer: Caroline Cheesman
Ref: 16/S/00009
Location: Land at Cobbett Hill Earth Station, Cobbett Hill Road, Normandy
Proposal: Use of part of Cobbett Hill Earth Station for the recycling of paper and plastics
Close Date: TBA
Case Officer: Surrey County Council Waste & Minerals Planning
  • We Need Planning Protection to Counter Rogue Builders

    This article, written by NAG chairman Mike Aaronson, was first published in the Guildford Dragon on 15 September 2020.

    The recent White Paper on reforming the planning system, although a mixed blessing, includes a welcome emphasis on “protection” for green belt and other sensitive landscapes.

    But it fails to address planning enforcement. There is no point in having a planning system if it can be flouted with impunity. Would-be developers need to understand that if they break the rules they will be penalised, and swiftly.

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  • Future access to Ash Ranges still under review

    There is still no news about the public consultation regarding the Ash Ranges. In January 2020, the MoD published a “Communications Plan for the Proposed New Aldershot & District Military Lands Byelaws”, which stated that public consultation would start in April. A subsequent update said that this had been delayed, although both documents now appear to have disappeared from the web. In the meantime there is a Petition calling for there to be no reduction in public access to the ranges, which has already attracted nearly 11,500 signatures.

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  • Council rejects attempt to establish horticultural business on Wanborough Fields

    The most recent success enjoyed by local residents has been the refusal by GBC’s Planning Committee on 17 June 2020 of the application 19/P/01980 for a horticultural business in the smaller field just to the right of the road before the bend. This went to the Committee in February because over 20 objections were received (in fact 26, all strongly objecting).

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