We had a stall at Ashtead Village Day, but went for a static display rather than hand out leaflets.
This is because we are waiting the outcome of Mole Valley district Council’s review of our plan. So far so good, with the Planning Team recommending that the council adopt the plan and arrange for a formal consultation as soon as possible.
This will be decided at the council’s Executive Meeting on 21st June. If successful, there will be a Mole Valley Council consultation for any final comments before the plan is given to an independent Examiner to review.
Ashtead Community Vision (ACV) was set up to make sure that Ashtead’s residents, businesses and organisations have a chance to shape the future development of building and housing in our village by producing a Neighbourhood Development Plan. The Plan sets out a policy framework for any future development, covering infrastructure and transport needs, style and size of housing and the protection of the Green Belt and our historical heritage.
During January and February we collected your comments on the Ashtead Neighbourhood Development Plan and we have reviewed every single one. As a result, we have made some small changes to the document, which are included in the version linked above.
The Plan, together with supporting documentation that includes every comment received, was submitted to Mole Valley District Council on 18th April for formal review.