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Have Your Say On Newlands Corner Plans At Meeting on Wednesday, March 9

Published on: 7 Mar, 2016
Updated on: 7 Mar, 2016

Have your say about Surrey County Council’s plans for Newlands Corner at a public meeting taking place at Holy Trinity Church in Guildford High Street at 7.30pm on Wednesday, March 9.

Newlands Corner

Newlands Corner.

At the meeting the county council will highlight the £400,000 improvements it wishes to make:

Phase I being: improving toilets, re-surfacing the all-ability trail, installing bespoke play pieces made from timber, which will be sourced locally where possible.

Phase II will include: ways of improving the visitor centre and café facilities.

Details can be found on SCC’s website.

Car parking charges will also be introduced and these, and the plans, have been met with a wave of protests. A petition has been raised by the Save Newlands Corner campaign group. It has been reported that it has been signed by 10,000 people.

Click here for its website.

See our previous stories:

Significant Road Improvements Needed If Newlands Corner Development Goes Ahead

Protesters Gather ‘To Save’ Newlands Corner Saying ‘No’ To County Council’s Plans

Citizens Speak – Views On Proposed Changes At Newlands Corner


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