Ashtead Community Vision have asked us to send you this important information below, relating to the future possible development of the Green Belt around Ashtead and to publicise their meeting next Saturday 18th January at the Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall 10am – 12pm.
SAVE supports all the hard work that ACV is doing for the village and hope that as many of you as possible will be able to attend.
With kind regards,
13th January 2014
ASHTEAD RESIDENTS URGED TO COMMENT ON POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENT AREAS
Ashtead residents are being encouraged to take part in an important survey ending 20th January concerning the Green Belt Boundary review and possible development areas.
The survey has been set up by the Ashtead Neighbourhood Forum and its working group Ashtead Community Visions (ACV). A public ‘survey’ session is being held this Saturday.
The survey has been established following the publication of the Forum’s draft Green Belt Boundary Review document which, when finalised, will go to Mole Valley District Council (MVDC) with conclusions concerning how and where the Green Belt may or may not be modified for potential development.
The survey is a key part of the process as its result will provide MVDC with a clear idea of the views of Ashtead residents towards potential changes to the Green Belt.
The Forum’s GBBR document has suggested possible changes to two small areas of Green Belt to the north of Ashtead and an area of land against the M25 to the South East. Now residents are being asked whether they agree or don’t agree with their views on the whole of Ashtead’s Green Belt, including the areas under consideration, and to comment upon them.
The survey which is on-line at www.ashteadcommunityvision.org.uk and can also be completed on paper by residents during a two hour open morning which the ACV is undertaking on Saturday 18th January at the Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall between 10am and 12 noon. The ACV will be making available copies of the draft Green Belt Boundary Review document as well as presenting maps that accompany the report. ACV says that some of their group will also be on hand to answer, where possible, any questions residents might have about the GBBR document.
Ashtead Community Vision