Public Examination for the Caterham, Chaldon and Whyteleafe Neighbourhood Plan
A Public Examination for the Caterham, Chaldon and Whyteleafe Neighbourhood Plan will take place on Tuesday 10 March at Soper Hall, Caterham from 10am.
The Caterham, Chaldon and Whyteleafe Neighbourhood Plan is the second largest in the country, covering 30,000 people. The plan seeks to influence the future of the area and to achieve this 29 policies have been created under the following topics.
- Location of development: to ensure development is in the right place.
- Housing: to ensure a supply of the right types of housing within the area.
- Design and heritage: protect the character areas and the green spaces.
- Local economy: encourage high value business opportunities.
- Natural environment: retain and enhance the special landscape.
- Leisure and community: improve and enlarge leisure and community facilities.
- Health care: enlarging services, including Caterham Dene.
- Transport and movement: to lobby for better public transport and organised parking.
- Infrastructure and utilities: continue to pressure for improvement of all public services.
This is an Examination in Public, which means only those invited to speak will be allowed to. Residents and businesses are encouraged to come to the hearing.
For further information visit www.ccwnp.org.uk or contact Jeremy Webster, Chair of the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Committee, on 07725 818629 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Mary Mountain on email@example.com.
Community transport from East Surrey Dial a Ride is available by contacting the people listed above.