Monthly Archives: September 2011

ASDA proposals for new superstore in Redhill: what do you think?

Supermarket giant ASDA has its eyes on a new superstore in Redhill. They want to build on the corner of Cromwell Road and the High Street – demolishing 36 homes, several shops and offices and the Salvation Army building. ASDA expect to submit their application later this year.  Meanwhile, you can see an outline of […]

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Government planning proposals threaten Green Belt, say Greens

The coalition government has asked local councils for views on its proposed relaxation of planning rules. The government would rather relax planning rules, at the behest of developers who want to build on greenfield sites than rework brownfield sites – because it’s cheaper. There is a risk that the planning system will make it easier […]

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New Superstore approved

On 31 August, the Planning Committee approved plans to build a giant Sainsbury’s superstore in Redhill.  This will be on the same site as the current Sainsbury’s – and involves knocking down the adjacent Lombard offices. I voted to DEFER the decision, so that a full assessment could be made of the likely impacts on […]

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Redhill parking proposals – what do you think?

Thank you to everyone who gave me their views on Surrey County Council’s proposed changes to its on-street parking proposals for Redhill (see below for what was proposed). I’m pleased to say that the local committee decided to carry out a further consultation on the proposals for Redhill – that should happen between now and […]

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