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There is a need for more affordable homes for key workers, local young people and elderly disadvantaged groups but the policy set out in the Plan will not achieve this purpose. The capacity to deliver these in the plan period is distorted by the presence of students in market housing that should be available in the affordable sector due to the University of Surrey failing to build over 2,000 homes for which it has existing permissions, forcing students to rent off campus.

It is stated that increasing the supply of housing will make housing more affordable, but given the demand for houses in the area, there is no reason to suppose that more houses built on more land will reduce prices and make them more affordable for key workers, rather than drawing in commuters. GBC has plenty of land of its own to build affordable homes if it wished and has funds that it could use for this purpose rather than investing in commercial property. There is confusion between `need' which should be met and `demand' which in proximity to London is limitless.

Wednesday the 14th - Published by Normandy Action Group, 166 Glaziers Lane, Guildford GU3 2EB - with thanks to Keith Witham, Surrey County Councillor - Hostgator Coupon Template