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The policy is based on the need to provide 13,040 homes. This is flawed for the following reasons:

  1. it is not based on the latest ONS figures that are the basis for population projections from which the OAN is derived;
  2. it uses a 5 year trend when a 10 year period is more appropriate and accurate;
  3. it is not subject to the constraints imposed by the fact that 89% of the borough is Green Belt and inadequate infrastructure;
  4. it does not reflect the latest Government policy on re-use of office buildings for residential;
  5. it does not require brown field sites to be used first;
  6. it does not reflect Government policy to reduce international migration which accounts for over 50% of the projected population growth;
  7. it fails to require Surrey University to house its own students (if the university built out the land on which it already has planning permission for student accommodation, it would house not only the future growth of student numbers but many of the students occupying properties in Guildford which could therefore be released for affordable housing);
  8. it proposes ‘insetting’ 16 out of 24 villages in the Borough and identifying a few very large areas of land to be ‘safeguarded’ without presenting the ‘very special circumstances’ required in order that development can take place on the Green Belt
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