Detrimental health issues

The potential combination of A3 road improvements and major site work A46 over the next 15 years would be catastrophic for Normandy and Flexford’s link up roads classified at C16 (Westwood Lane and Wanborough Hill) and the D60 (Glazier’s Lane - unclassified road). The construction traffic, continual noise and pollution generated
by the developer will be excessive. Planning Policy has not fully considered the location of the site and traffic impact A46 will have on this rural community.

Scenario 5 demonstrates that if Normandy/Flexford is fully developed approx 800 traffic movements will occur every hour.

5% of the population die from premature death caused by inadequate air quality from traffic pollution. This will lead to significant health issues, especially for
residents who border the three sides of the proposed strategic site and the railway embankment bordering the south. No regard has been given for the well-being of residents. This urban centre is ‘unsustainable’. There is no guarantee between BT or developers that broadband will be available to a site. (Policy E5).


Wednesday the 17th - Published by Normandy Action Group, 166 Glaziers Lane, Guildford GU3 2EB - with thanks to Keith Witham, Surrey County Councillor - Hostgator Coupon Template