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Created by consultants Allies & Morrison, the Guildford Town Centre Master Plan document presents a view of the future of the town and has been widely publicised in the local press. The lead councillor for planning and the council leader believe the proposals are "based on local people’s clearly-expressed wishes", "delivering what the town and borough need for the benefit of local people." 

 

The analysis in the document attempts to square the circle of relieving traffic congestion and the gyratory flow over the River Wey, adding new town housing and expanded retail/commercial development. The proposals show that residents are likely to be faced with a pedestrianised town centre reached mainly by use of expanded park and ride schemes, forcing us out of our cars and on to shuttle buses.

A relatively timid approach to new town centre housing over the next five years up to the 2020 election proposes only an additional 500 dwellings when some commentators hint there is enough brownfield land in the town for up to 15,000 new dwellings, in fact all that is needed to fulfill the aspirations of the putatative Local Plan.

Monday the 19th - Published by Normandy Action Group, 166 Glaziers Lane, Guildford GU3 2EB - with thanks to Keith Witham, Surrey County Councillor - Hostgator Coupon Template