A message from Wisley Action Group

Amended Planning Application for 2068 homes on Former Wisley Airfield, Three Farm Meadows‏

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From: Wisley Action Group

Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 1:44 PM

To: undisclosed-recipients:

Subject: Amended Planning Application for 2068 homes on Former Wisley Airfield, Three Farm Meadows

Dear All

Re Guildford Borough Council  (GBC)           Ref  15/P/00012

Amended Planning Application, Three Farms Meadows, Former Wisley Airfield, 2068 new homes


You will be aware that the Cayman Island Developers, Wisley Property Investments Limited have now submitted an amended  planning application and Wisley Action Group is in the process of scrutinising over 3000 documents, and taking advice and expert input.
GBC is expecting to make its decision at the end of March 2016.

WAG has an extension of time for submission of further objections to the end of February.
Please write now.
It is important to continue to object to this proposal and make your concerns known again to Guildford Borough Council even if you have objected before.

The number of objections is important and so do send a letter from each member of your household.

Please write quoting the reference above, to
Guildford Borough Council, Millmead House, Millmead, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 4BB
Or you can email your objections to GBC at
You will need to provide your name and address on each objection letter sent.
Suggested wording to include follows:
I object to this amended application.
I agree with the representations made by Ockham Parish Counsel and Wisley Action Group

This massive development is proposed on the Green Belt agricultural land, in close proximity to the Special Protection Area, swamping the historic village of Ockham with its rural roads and farm land, incapable of sustaining over 5000 people and 4000 cars such a massive development will comprise.

Air quality will be compromised

Congestion on the A3 will increase

Roads around neighbouring villages will be gridlocked

The train stations are at capacity already

Loss of agriculture and wildlife, flora and fauna will be unacceptable

This is the wrong development in the wrong place

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