• Our Normandy Village - Glaziers Lane

  • Our Normandy Village - land near Pusseys Copse with Ancient Woodland

  • Our Normandy Village - view to the Hogs Back and Surrey Hills AONB

  • Our Normandy Village - St Marks Church, Wyke, 15th c.

  • Our Normandy Village - winter sunset

Welcome to the website of the Normandy Action Group, a local village association run by residents who care about our community and who wish to protect its special character and its amenities. On this site you will find information about local planning and other relevant matters that we hope will make a complex system easier to understand and engage with.  If you live locally and would like to subscribe to our free e-Newsletter please do so by clicking on the 'Follow Us’ tab and letting us have your name and contact details.

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  • A Short Guide to the Planning System

    This article first appeared in the St Mark's Parish Magazine in April 2022

    Ever wondered how the planning system works, and how you can engage with it? You might be seeking planning permission yourself, wanting to comment on another local planning application, or just wishing to understand the basis on which planning decisions are made. Here are a few of the essentials.

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  • AONB Review won't conclude before mid-2023 at the earliest!

    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.

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  • Wanborough Fields: More Vandalism

    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.

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  • Local Plan: Development Management Policies Consultation

    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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