Rushmore Borough Council - Aldershot development

Local Authorities have a duty to co-operate in making their local plans and I do not believe this has happened.  In 2013 the development of 3,850 dwellings (population of approx. 9,000) in Aldershot was approved by Rushmoor Bourough Council and is situated about 4 miles from Normandy. The development, over a 15 year period, includes two primary schools, and the provision of a SANG and many other provisions.

The first  of these new houses, part of the first phase of 228 dwellings, are now on sale. The land belonged to the Ministry of Defence's former Aldershot Garrison known as Wellesley, Aldershot Urban Extension.  Guildford BC responded to the plan in 2013 (ref: 13/P/00108) and in that said that GBC objected to the application on the grounds that insufficient information had been provided to allow a full assessment on the impact of that development on the highways network and said "the impact on Surrey's network and mitigation required has not been established" It its response to that planning application, Hampshire County Council, dealing with Highways and Transport issues, hardly referred to the A323.  Copies of those responses are attached for reference.

Tuesday the 26th - Published by Normandy Action Group, 166 Glaziers Lane, Guildford GU3 2EB - with thanks to Keith Witham, Surrey County Councillor - Hostgator Coupon Template