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Whilst the Article 4 Direction on the AGLV land at Wanborough is welcome, it has become evident it is less than permanent, apparently being in place for only 6 months.

As a result of the council's action, a retrospective planning application [18/P/00044] has been submitted for Change of Use for Plot F "from Agricultural to Equestrian for the use of keeping horses for pleasure. Erection of 3 units of mobile field shelters/stables, gate and fencing", rather than agricultural land where only grazing is permitted. On observing the plot, a casual passer-by would find it hard not to conclude the "mobile field shelters" are permanent stable blocks. 

Once the land loses its agricultural status, it becomes more susceptible to future planning applications involving development. Wanborough residents have already submitted their comments. The outstanding landscape of the Hogs Back and integrity of the AGLV (hopefully to become part of Surrey Hills AONB in 2019) is a precious part of the local landscape that crosses parish boundaries and needs the support of all local communities and their residents.

Thursday the 22nd - Published by Normandy Action Group, 166 Glaziers Lane, Guildford GU3 2EB - with thanks to Keith Witham, Surrey County Councillor - Hostgator Coupon Template