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As if they knew the decision at Palm House Nurseries was a foregone conclusion, owners of the traveller pitches at Green Lane East submitted two new planning applications [15/P/02363 and 15/P/02364] on 14 December 2015 to vary conditions imposed in the original grant of permission for one [13/P/00825] and the appeal [10/P/00507] for the other. Both applications are for the removal of the temporary permission and to make permission permanent.

The mid-December date for the submission of these applications means that any resident wishing to submit their comments must do so over the Christmas holiday period and ensure they are received by the case officer before the close date of 7 January 2016. 

Should you choose to acess the applications on the Guildford Borough Council planning web pages, you might be surprised to find no documents submitted.  That's because the conditions are contained in the decision documents (available below) associated with the original applications.

Similar to the traveller pitches sited at land to the rear of Palm House Nurseries, this site is included in the draft Guildford Local Plan [Site 094] and targeted for 'insetting' and so remove it from the Green Belt and any of the planning restrictions for traveller sites located in the Green Belt embodied in the latest Government guidance document Planning Policy for Traveller Sites (August 2015).


Download this file (10_P_00507-Appeal_decision-289130.pdf)10_P_00507-Appeal_decision-289130.pdf[10/P/00507 Appeal Decision and Conditions]141 kB
Download this file (13_P_00825-DECISION_NOTICE-490995.pdf)13_P_00825-DECISION_NOTICE-490995.pdf[13/P/00825 Decision Notice and Conditions]115 kB
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