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Planning officers at Guildford Borough Council appear to have recognised the contribution land around Normandy contributes to the openness of the Green Belt.

Lying on the same side of Glaziers Lane as the Elms Centre proposal, recently refused, this application [17/P/01413] has also come up against its own impact on the openness of the Green Belt as a factor in its refusal. In addition, it represents inappropriate development in the Green Belt and no "very special circumstances" have been brought forward to support such development in the Green Belt.

To quote the letter of refusal "the scale and bulk of the proposed dwellings and the resultant spread of development across the undeveloped and open site, with limited screening along the eastern boundary, would have a detrimental impact on the open character of the existing site and would appear as an incongruous feature within the immediate rural setting, leading to the erosion of the rural edge of the built up area of Glaziers Lane."

The Thames Basin Heaths SPA 400m-5km mitigation zone also contributes to the failure of this application with it failing to meet the requirements of Regulation 63 of The Conservation of Habitats & Species Regulations 2017.

Wednesday the 24th - Published by Normandy Action Group, 166 Glaziers Lane, Guildford GU3 2EB - with thanks to Keith Witham, Surrey County Councillor - Hostgator Coupon Template