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On 13 June 2018 the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government issued the decision to reject the appeal made by the would-be developer of the Wisley Airfield site against Guildford Borough Council's [GBC] refusal of planning application 15/P/00012. This was 2 weeks later than originally scheduled and after the Examination in Public of the Guildford Local Plan had begun on 6 June.

At the end of May, planning application 18/P/01014 was registered by the council planning department. The application states it is a "Hybrid planning application for the demolition of existing buildings and development of a total of 148 residential dwellings: full planning application for the development of 144 residential dwellings (Use Class C3), 70 bed care home (Use Class C2), new vehicle and pedestrian accesses off Keens Lane and Tangley Lane, 355 car parking spaces with associated landscaping and outline planning application for 4 self-build residential dwelling plots on land adjacent to Tangley Lane." This application is outside the Guildford Local Plan process.

You might have noticed a large metal structure rising from the cleared grazing land at Clasford Farm adjacent to the A323 and alongside the business units at Clasford Stables, as the development for commercial growing of bedding plants and vegetable plants takes place. This includes 12,000 square metres of glasshouses, a 640 square metre warehouse and office premises, plus 16 water storage tanks. This is a significant local agricultural investment by Sandiacre Nurseries of Wood Street, providing employment for 10 people. The application [17/P/00835] was approved by Guildford Borough Council in September 2017, where the officer report concluded that the proposal was an appropriate development in the Green Belt.

It had long been argued by local residents and community groups that the basis of the West Surrey Strategic Housing Market Assessment [SHMA] produced by consultants GL Hearn, whose modelling underpins much of the local authority arguments about the Objectively Assessed Need [OAN] of 695 houses per annum, was distorted by an assumption in the ONS population estimates that students who occupied the critical 20-24 year old cohort did not return home at the end of their courses but remained in the local community to swell future household formation and thus falsely ramp up apparent housing need. The arguments and analysis produced in Guildford by our local residents and community groups seem to have had an important impact on ONS thinking.

As the first week passes of the Examination in Public of the Guildford Local Plan, there have been widely differing estimates of the annual housing number presented by local groups (e.g. GGGGRAGVG), the Council and its advisers GL Hearn, and the group representing commercial housebuilders and developers (Guildford Housing Forum), from as low as 272 by GGG to over 1,000 by the housebuilders and developers.

Tuesday the 13th - Published by Normandy Action Group, 166 Glaziers Lane, Guildford GU3 2EB - with thanks to Keith Witham, Surrey County Councillor - Hostgator Coupon Template