Nov 132014
 

The final decision on the future of Palmer Crescent play area is to be decided at a council meeting next week.

Surrey County Council are holding the Planning & Regulatory committee meeting on 18th November at 10.30am in the Ashcombe Suite, County Hall, Kingston upon Thames.

The council  have recommended that along with rejecting the village green application for Palmer Crescent, Ottershaw to also reject two other village green applications within the county; Hurst Park, Molesey & Ongarhill Brick Field, Addlestone.

Please show your support for the village green applications by turning up to the meeting.

Further details can be found here

 Posted by at 9:58 am
Nov 132014
 

Surrey County Council’s consultation on the future of six residential care homes is now open & will run until Fri 12 Dec 14.

The council will be holding drop in sessions to discuss the proposed plans for Brockhurst on 21 Nov at Brook Hall between the hours of 10am and 4pm and they are booking 1 hour slots throughout the day;

10am – 11am
11am – 12pm
12pm – 1pm
2pm-3pm
3pm-4pm

Please contact servicedelivery.info@surreycc.gov.uk to book your slot.  Or you can provide your feedback online here

 Posted by at 9:43 am
Aug 072014
 

Please see below for Runnymede Councils official response to the recent local plan failure.

Dear Sir/Madam,

Runnymede Local Plan Core Strategy and Community Infrastructure Levy update

I am writing to notify you that on 24th July 2014 Runnymede Borough Council made the decision at its Full Council meeting to withdraw its Local Plan Core Strategy under Section 22(1) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004. The decision was made at the same meeting to withdraw the Council’s Community Infrastructure Levy Draft Charging Schedule under Section 212(11) of the Planning Act 2008.

A revised timetable for the production of the Council’s new Local Plan and associated documentation will be posted on the Council’s website in due course at http://www.runnymede.gov.uk/planningpolicy.

In the meantime if you have any queries please contact the Policy and Strategy Team at planning@runnymede.gov.uk or call one of the planning policy officers on the phone numbers given below:

Richard Ford-01932 425278

Georgina Pacey-01932 425248

Cheryl Brunton-01932 425267

Babatunde Adebutu-01932 425274

Jane Peberdy-01932 425252

Yours faithfully

RICHARD FORD

POLICY AND STRATEGY MANAGER

Jul 292014
 

Heathrow Airport announced their consultation on property and noise compensation, starting 21st July and running until 12th October 2014.  There are a number of ways in which Members & residents can make their views known: -

online: your.heathrow.com/consultation/survey

by telephone: 0800 307 7996 to request a copy of the questionnaire

by email: community_relations@heathrow.com

There are also two public meetings planned within Surrey:

Thursday 11th September, 14.00 – 21.00 at Stanwell Moor Village Hall, Horton Road, Stanwell Moor

Tuesday 7th October, 14.00 – 21.00 at St Pauls Church, Hythe Centre, Thorpe Road, Egham

Feb 072014
 
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One of our local councillors, Howard Butterfield, is proposing to raise again the decision for the sale of this land by Runnymede Council in 2012 for housing at the next Full Council Meeting for Runnymede Borough Council on Thursday 13th February 2014 at 7.30 pm at Runnymede Council Offices, Station Road, Addlestone. 

The Ottershaw Society and the local residents are in full support of Mr Butterfield in this matter, but we need as much support at the Council meeting as possible to show all Councillors that we are still opposed to this sale.   Please do attend if you are able.  Read Mr Butterfield’s proposed motion in full here

 UPDATE: Sadly the council voted against reversing the decision to sell the parkland for housing.  Residents are undeterred and will continue with their inquiry for village green status.

 Posted by at 3:25 pm
Jan 032014
 

A new planning application has been made by McLaren. Any views you wish to make on the proposal must be in writing. They may be submitted online, by letter or via email (developmentmanagement@woking.gov.uk) to the case officer by 13th January 2014. Please help to record your response by quoting ‘PLAN/2013/1299‘. Letters received outside this period will be taken into account if a decision has not already been made.

 Posted by at 3:26 pm
Dec 012013
 

A planning application has been lodged for the erection of 9 two-storey dwellings comprising 7 no. 3 bed, in two pairs of semi-detached and one terraced block and 2 no. 4 bed detached dwellings with access road, parking, private gardens and landscaping following demolition of buildings. Details can be found at the following link and the consultation is open until 9th December.

For further information please follow this link.

 Posted by at 8:52 pm
Oct 182013
 

The Save the Greenbelt petition which has been orchestrated by the CPRE will be presented to a meeting of the full Council at 7.30pm on Thurs 24 Oct by Andrew Telford, who will speak for a maximum of 5 minutes.
The petition can then be discussed by Councillors for a maximum of 15 minutes.
The public may attend and this is a chance to hear our Councillors views on this important topic.

 Posted by at 9:26 am
Oct 182013
 

The Council has agreed to the public addressing the Planning Committee where objections
have been received from three or more parties and the application is recommended for
Approval, which is the case with this application.

This application is to be reported to the next Planning Committee on Wednesday 23d October
2013 commencing at 7.30pm in the Council Chamber at the Civic Offices in Addlestone. The
agenda will be available on the council’s website a week before the Committee
(www.runnymede.qov.uk) and by clicking ‘Committees agendas’.

The public may attend the meeting.

 Posted by at 9:24 am