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The Chancellor and the Housing Minister have proposed 10 housing zones outside London using 'brownfield' land; a shortlist of 29 areas has been published, each of which have bid to become one of the housing zones.  Housing Minister Brandon Lewis has been quoted as saying "this would protect the Green Belt"


Guildford Borough Council's Slyfield Area Regeneration Project [SARP] is in the list, looking pretty lightweight compared to some of the large-scale northern projects! The master planner for SARP proposes a "high density riverfront (aka. River Wey flood plain) housing and apartments", "a new village centre with 1,860 sq m (20,000 sq ft) of retail use" to serve a population of "up to 5,500". The village will also incorporate "a new community school". This major project was in the recently ditched Guildford draft Local Plan (Policy 48). There is now a proposal to create a new access road from Slyfield Industrial Estate across Green Belt land to join Clay Lane to ease access problems.  Local residents have expressed concern over the potential loss of Green Belt.

Wednesday the 20th - Published by Normandy Action Group, 166 Glaziers Lane, Guildford GU3 2EB - with thanks to Keith Witham, Surrey County Councillor - Hostgator Coupon Template