As mentioned in a previous post, Elmbridge Borough Council has begun a public consultation to remove three areas from our local Green Belt, two of which are in the Cobham area.
The three areas concerned are:-
- North of Blundel Lane in the Knowle Hill Park, Fairmile Park and Polyapes areas, Stoke D'Abernon (Local Area Ref 14).
- Chippings Farm and the Fairmile between the Portsmouth Road and the A3, Cobham (Local Area Ref 20).
- Land north of the A309 and east & west of Woodstock Lane North, Long Ditton (Local Area Ref 58).
This consultation process will conclude on the 10 February 2017.
You can find out more about what is proposed and how it might affect you by attending one of the drop in sessions provided by the council as detailed below and by reading the documentation on the Elmbridge Borough Council website via the following link:
Council Drop in Sessions
|Tue 10 January 2017||7-9pm||Lecture Hall, 1st Floor Weybridge Library, Church St, Weybridge KT13 8DE|
|Wed 11 January 2017||7-9pm||Cobham Community Centre, Oakdene Road, Cobham KT11 2LY|
|Tue 17 January 2017||2pm||Stoke d’Abernon Village Hall, Station Road, Stoke D'Abernon KT11 3BN|
|Thu 19 January 2017||7-9pm||Hinchley Wood Secondary School, Claygate Lane, Esher KT10 0AQ|
|Mon 23 January 2017||7-9pm||Cecil Hepworth Playhouse, Bridge Street, Walton-on-Thames KT12 1AU|
|Thu 26 January 2017||7-9pm||Civic Centre, High Street, Esher KT10 9SD|
|Sat 4 February 2017||10-2pm||Civic Centre, High Street, Esher KT10 9SD|
Our team is analysing the information provided and we will provide more information on this website which we feel will be helpful during this consultaion period.
Other local organisations including Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust, Cobham & Downside Residents' Assoc., Stoke D'Abernon Residents' Assoc. and Oxshott Residents' Assoc. are also very concerned and you will no doubt hear from them if you are a member.
To ensure you are kept informed please subscribe to our Cobham Green Belt newsletter by clicking here www.cobhamgreenbelt.org.uk/index.php/get-involved or contact one of the organisations mentioned above.