Set out below is the Guildford Society Local Plan Submission made on 19th September 2014. The full (rather large) submission includes the previous representations made to the earlier consultations: 20140915_GSOC_LPResponse_FINAL-full (ca 55Mb) This is made up of: Cover Letter 20140917_LTR_BarryFagg-LPresponse Submission 20140915_GSOC_Response_to_ConsultationDraftLocalPlan_FINAL Site by Site Analysis 20140917_Site-by-Site_Response_FINAL Sustainability Appraisal Responses (Jan 2013) 20130122_ScopingDocument-Response_GVG Issues and Options […]
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Having criticised the absence of core data for individual areas in the Borough, here is a summary of the demographics and multiple deprivation indices for each so-called Lower Super Output Area across the Borough. The file is around 20Mb but it does contain a lot of data! 20140831_LandUses-MSOA-LSOA The Guildford Society will be including it […]
The Consultation Period ends on 22nd September and the Guildford Vision Group and Guildford Society talks on Town Centre Vision (3rd September at the Millmead Centre) and Local Plan Submission (15th September at the Trinity Centre) are coming up fast.
On 17th July, The Guildford Society presented a summary of the contents of the Local Plan. 20140717_LocalPlanSlides-DELIVERED There will be a further talk on September 15th when the proposed submission will be summarised and explained. Look out for details on the Guildford Society Web Site
It has taken some time to get the Consultation Draft on-line as there have been plenty of late amendments to evidence documents to consider. The consultation went live on 1st July 2014 and there is a drop in shop at 25, Swan Lane, Guildford in which everyone can inspect documents, make comments and give feedback. […]
Following a long introduction – almost entirely hijacked by Housing Numbers and Green Belt issues, the Guildford Draft Local Plan opens for Public consultation on 1st of July for 12 weeks.
On 29th May 2014, the Office for National Statistics published revised population projections for the period 2012 to 2037: initial reading shows that, whereas under the data on which the SHMA was published, the population would have risen from 137,580 (2011) to 156,299 (2021), the new data shows this to be rising to 151,439 (2021). […]