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Michael Conoley Associates, the architects for the proposal, hosted a public consultation event at Normandy Village Hall on the evening of 24 March 2015. Representatives of the organisation brought display boards of a representation of one possible configuration of the site, with 43 dwellings of which 8 were 4-bedroom houses, 16 were affordable houses and the remainder a mix of 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom semi-detached and terraced housing, all with 2 car parking spaces.  In the representation presented, access to the development would be directly on to Glaziers Lane immediately to the north of the railway bridge at a position equivalent to the current field gate. The proposal included a green childrens' play area to the rear of the site adjacent to the Strawberry Farm boundary.


The site that is located in the Green Belt and outside the current Flexford settlement boundary, of which this proposal is a major part, was identified in the Strategic Housing Land Area Assessment, December 2012 document included as part of the 'evidence base' of the draft Local Plan as Site 2010, assessed as capable of supporting 107 new dwellings at a density of 30 dwellings per hectare in 5.82 hectares and subsequently in the Guildford Borough Local Plan Strategy & Sites, Issues & Options, October 2013 document ["Issues & Options"] released as the basis of the first draft Local Plan consultation as Site 68. The site was subsequently removed from the document Draft Guildford Borough, Local Plan: Strategy and Sites, July 2014 ["Strategy & Sites"] that formed the basis of the second round of consultation on the draft Local Plan.

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