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At a well-attended public meeting and in an outburst of unity, Normandy borough and county councillors and nearly 300 residents shared the opinion that the developer-led proposal for 1,100 new homes between Flexford and Normandy in the Green Belt would be fought.

A lengthy exchange of views highlighted the issue of the proposal to build a 1,500 place secondary school and its apparent role in setting the 'exceptional circumstances' that would permit the redrawing of the Green Belt boundary around 67 hectares of land between the two settlements to support mass house building.

Normandy resident David Bilbe was confirmed as Normandy's new Guildford Borough councillor after the local elections on May 7th 2015. Cllr.Bilbé has been involved in community issues for many years and narrowly missed out in the previous local election. He has already been active in the GBC Planning Committee, recently leading arguments for the successful rejection of a planning application for a 5-bedroom house on Green Belt land in Normandy and attending the North Wyke Farm appeal hearing at Millmead.

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