Ahead of the scheduled parish council meeting Wednesday, 24th February 2016 at Normandy Village Hall, Normandy Parish Council has published the list of twenty-seven questions submitted by residents and parish councillors to the three portfolio holders from Guildford Borough Council who will be attending to answer the questions and make statements on their portfolios, that cover many aspects of the Local Plan.

The Lead Councillor for Planning (Cllr Paul Spooner), the Lead Councillor for Infrastructure and Environment (Cllr Matt Furniss) and the Lead Councillor for Lead Councillor for Rural Economy, Countryside, Parks and Leisure (Cllr Richard Billington) are scheduled to attend. The parish council meeting starts at 7.15 pm.

The portfolios cover:


  • Planning policy and Local Plan
  • Urban regeneration and development - including Slyfield, North Street and Bridge Street
  • Town Centre Masterplan
  • Rural development
  • Planning enforcement
  • Traveller strategy and  policy
  • Devolution

Infrastructure and Environment

  • Infrastructure
  • Traffic management and road safety
  • Parking strategy and Park and ride
  • Spectrum and Stoke Park
  • Waste strategy, collection and recycling
  • Climate change, Home energy and sustainability
  • Street cleansing and public conveniences
  • Cemeteries and crematorium
  • Engineering works
  • Emergency planning
  • Armed Forces Partnerships

Rural Economy, Countryside, Parks and Leisure

  • Rural economy and partnerships
  • Leisure strategy and services
  • Countryside and parks
  • Green Belt protection
  • Localism and liaison with parish councils and residents associations
  • Rural arts, culture and heritage
  • SANG (Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace)
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