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A number of years have elapsed since the failed application for an old people's home on the former Duke of Normandy public house site was rejected by council planners, to be followed by a similarly rejected proposal for four dwellings. The new application [17/P/01784] is for three three-bedroom dwellings fronting Aldershot Road.

The land adjacent to the North Downs railway line, north of the railway bridge and east of Glaziers Lane, has had a new planning application submitted. Originally brought forward as a site in the 2014 draft Guildford Local Plan and subject of a more recent planning application [16/P/01452] for 42 dwellings, the new proposal [17/P/01413] is for 9 detached and semi-detached dwellings; the submitted site plan envisages a combination of 3, 4 and 5-bedroom properties within the existing building line.

Residents at The Paddocks were shocked to receive notification from Guildford Borough Council in early July 2017 of a planning application 17/P/01451 for outline permission for 25 homes on land at Little Flexford. The close date for residents' comments is 11 August 2017.

The owners of land at 140 Glaziers Lane have initiated an appeal against the refusal of the application for outline permission for the erection of 30 new houses. Residents that previously commented received a letter from Guildford Borough Council [GBC] dated 11 July 2017 informing them of the appeal. The close date for residents' comments is 8 August 2017. The PINS appeal reference is APP/Y3615/W/17/3173871, GBC reference 16/P/00649. The appeal will be determined on the basis of written representations.

Outline permission is being sought for 300 homes on the far western border of Normandy ward [17/P/00507], 500 metres from the north part of Site A29 opposite Ash Hill mini-roundabout on the A323 at the eastern border of Ash South & Tongham ward (a total of 1,750 homes) proposed in the draft Guildford Local Plan 2017.

Thursday the 14th - Published by Normandy Action Group, 11 Glaziers Lane, Guildford GU3 2DD - funded by Keith Witham, Surrey County Councillor - Hostgator Coupon Template