NAG News Archive 2022

Our AGM was held on Tuesday, 1 November, in the Normandy Village Hall. The following is a summary of our discussions.

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At the end of March NAG joined a webinar hosted by the company, R4C, responsible for organising the public consultation on the AONB boundary review. Natural England were present to answer questions about the process so far and next steps. It was a very informative session, and we have attached the slides to this article.

Local residents have been horrified to see the sudden appearance of a pitch for two caravans in the field by the Westwood Lane bend (the ‘lower AGLV field’), with associated hard standing laid over a plastic membrane following levelling of the field, and concreted-in fencing marking the site. This article sets out the background to this unhappy situation.

Guildford Borough Council has just launched a six-week consultation on what it describes as the second part of the Local Plan agreed in 2019: the “Development Management Policies". This will put flesh on the bones of the approved Plan and will guide individual planning decisions.

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