‘Which Way Westerham’ and the Local Plan
The Regulation 19 Public Consultation on the Local Plan is now closed. Thank you to all those who contributed comments. The Submission Version of the Plan is likely to go to the Inspector in March.
Moorhouse Super Parcel Depot
Roxhill Developments Ltd are back with a revised application for the super parcel depot at Moorhouse (ref 2018/1792/1). They have slightly reduced the height of the proposed building and the number of car parking spaces and made some cosmetic changes to the landscaping, but the footprint of the site is the same. This is still an inappropriate development in the Surrey Hills AONB and on Green Belt land. The traffic problems that this development would cause will not be mitigated in any way. There will be 200+ delivery vans per day, and quite possibly more.
The consultation is due to end Wednesday 20th February. Please write now to email@example.com , quoting the Reference Number 2018/1792/1.
You can see Keep Westerham Green’s objection and the response that Westerham Town Council made last October by clicking on Objections to Moorhouse
READ SORE’s (Save Oxted Roads and Environment’s) LEAFLET HERE
080219 revision planning update letter to SORE members (4)
You can access the online comments portal by copying and pasting this link into your browser
The arguments you submitted last time will most likely still be relevant. We strongly urge you to send them in again.
Covers Farm Quarry Consultation
The consultation has now closed but you can still read the full application by copying the link below and pasting it into your browser
To see how Highways England worry that the temporary road between the London Road and the Croydon Road poses a risk to the motorway, click below.
The Squerryes-backed press statement of 30th October 2018, appeared to be arguing the opposite case, ie that the work was actually needed “… progressive failures of the slope could pose a risk to the integrity of the M25, which is 60m north of the site’s boundary…”.
To read the objections made by Keep Westerham Green, Westerham Town Council and Westerham residents and structural engineer Pete Anstock, please click here.
KWGRG’s Appeal for Funds
We’re still trying to raise funds towards seeking expert opinion and producing campaign materials. If you are able to make a donation – £ 30, £10 or anything at all – it will make a big difference in the fight to protect Westerham’s Green Belt and to prevent the town from becoming a building site for 20 years.
There are three ways to donate:
Drop in a cheque payable to ‘Keep Westerham Green Residents Group’ or cash to
‘Hunters’ 1A Fullers Hill, Westerham, TN16 1AF. Receipts will be noted.
Make a bank transfer to account name ‘Keep Westerham Green Residents Group’ at Barclays, sort code: 20 88 13, account number: 43902846.
A £10 donation via PayPal using a Debit or Credit Card.
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