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17/P/01592 | Outline application for up to 100 dwellings, including the provision of up to 35% affordable housing, with associated vehicular and pedestrian access via Ash Green Road, car parking, secure cycle storage, landscaping and ecology management with all matters reserved. | Land at, Ash Manor, Ash Green Road, Ash, Guildford, GU12 6HH
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Surrey Wildlife Trust

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Ash Parish Council, The Ash Centre

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Objection 1. Overdevelopment of the plot

Objection 2. Access and layout is not sympathetic to the area. Ash Manor in particular is a grade II listed building and per a submission by Historic England this designation is subject to a review to re-assess its historic and architectural significance which may result in a potential upgrade. The Planning Committee expects due regard is given to this particular situation

Objection 3. Oast House and Stable, The Barn and Ashe Grange are also listed buildings.

With the exception of Ashe Grange the proposal will have effect of totally

surrounding these buildings detracting from historical integrity of the site

Objection 4. No apparent archaeological survey has been undertaken The Planning

Committee strongly advise a survey due to the potential presence of a

Roman Road on the site

Objection 5. Proposed development with the NPPF which requires conservation and

enhancement

of natural and historic environment (particularly chapters 11 and 12) and

saved policy HE4 of the Local Plan 2003

Objection 6. Lack of infrastructure

Objection 7. Potential impact on local wildlife and loss of grazing field. Expectation that

the submitted comments and recommendations of Surrey Wildlife Trust are

taken fully into account.

Objection 8. Proposed density of site is too high

Objection 9. Further potential to provide near coalescence of Ash and Ash Green

Objection 10. Un-neighbourly proximity to existing properties in particular the listed

buildings - in conflict with saved policy G1 (3) Local Plan 2003

Concerns



Concern 1. Possible flooding issues

Concern 2. Cumulative effect of developments in area on existing infrastructure and

services

Concern 3. The bus service is inadequate and not sustainable

Concern 4. There is history of accidents on a dangerous bend and an unsighted corner

Concern 5. The road is not wide enough for the increase in vehicles

Concern 6. Concerns about traffic movements during building works and its effects on

the use of weak bridges near the site

Concern 7. Although parking proposals may be within current standards they are

considered inadequate for this development

Concern 8. It is imperative that cycling/walking measures set out in Traffic Survey are

fully implemented should any development be approved

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