Tonight (24 Jan 2017) the United Reformed Church in Cobham was overflowing with residents who came to hear the Stoke D'Abernon Residents association tell them about the Elmbridge Consultation for removing two large parcels of land from the Green Belt and what residents can do to make their opinion known.
The areas concerned are:-
- The area between Stoke d’Abernon and Oxshott – Knowle Hill Park, Fairmile Park and north of Blundel Lane, including the Polyapes Scout Camp
- The area between the A3 and the west of the Portsmouth Road - The Fairmile and Chippings Farm.
For those who weren't there, go to the Stoke D'Abernon Residents Association (www.stokedabernon-residents.org.uk) website via this link to see the presentations and find out more and how best to respond to the consultation.
The Consultation has been extended from the 10 Feb 2017 to the 24 Feb 2017 but that still leaves little time for residents to complete the lengthy questionnaire.
Tell your neighbours and friends about this to ensure as many as possible respond to the questionnaire.