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Letter: The ‘Get Things Done’ Policy Has Environmental Consequences

From: Tony Edwards In response to: Project Team ‘Disappointed’ With SoS Decision to Slash M25 J10 Environmental Mitigation Following his ‘Get BREXIT Done’ campaign, Boris & Co seem to have…

Letter: The Transport Secretary Should Rethink Junction 10 Project

From: Bibhas Neogi In response to: Project Team ‘Disappointed’ With SoS Decision to Slash M25 J10 Environmental Mitigation National Highways, (formerly Highways England) explored 21 options but had failed to…

Letter: Grant Shapps Has Driven a Coach and Horses Through the M25 Junction 10 Environment

From: Chris Campbell Member of the Surrey Amphibian and Reptile Group (SARG) In response to: Project Team “Disappointed” With SoS Decision To Slash M25 J10 Environmental Mitigation How can it…

Letter: Bus Services Must Be Reliable

From: Fumiko Ishiguro I live in Stoughton and use the no 2 Stoughton to Guildford Stagecoach bus. It used to run every 15 minutes, but turned into a half-hourly service…

Letter: Car Park Charge Hike Executed With Too Little Debate

From: Martin Elliott In response to: Council Set To Agree ‘Huge’ Increases In Taxi Fares The hike in taxi fares announced in March sounds like the fiasco of Guildford town…

Letter: Alarming Proposal For Tourist Information Centre Shows Lack Of Ambition

From: Alistair Smith Chair of The Guildford Society See: Borough Council Favours Moving Guildford’s Tourist Information Online Guildford Borough Council’s service delivery executive advisory board discussed options in May the town’s…

Letter: ‘More Needs to Be Done’ But GBC Planning is Improving

From: Ramsey Nagaty Guildford Greenbelt Group leader In response to: Councils Planning Problems Still Not Resolved After More Than A Year Of Delays The Guildford Borough Council (GBC) planning department…

Letter: Guildford Has Waited Too Long for North Street Regeneration

From: John Rigg Lead councillor for Major Projects and R4GV borough councillor for Holy Trinity In response to: comment from Bibhas Neogi on Stakes Could Not Be Higher for North…

Letter: GBC Continues to Promote the Tory Local Plan Trajectory

From: Ben Paton In response to: Local Plan Part 2 Moves to Next Stage, Despite Environmental Concerns “He [Cllr Joss Bigmore] said proposed policies on ancient woodland and protecting trees…

Letter: 13 Storeys Will Always Be Too High for Guildford

From: Roshan Bailey In response to: Stakes Could Not Be Higher for North Street Plan I looked at the plans for North Street and sat through the recent online consultation…

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