In a letter to the Guildford Dragon local resident Tony Edwards, a member of the Wisley Action Group committee, points out the overwhelming number of objections to developing the former WW2 Wisley airfield
He said that Mr Murray ignored fundamental facts like the lack of transport links, poor air quality, lack of infrastructure, no consented access from the A3 for this proposal, and objections from a long list of authoritative voices.
GBC planning officers had presented fourteen planning reasons why the project should be kicked into touch. The planning committee roundly agreed. Only Mr Murray, his PR man, and the man from Savills seemed to think it was a good idea. And that’s still the case.