Church Street

23 February 2014. Surrey has received requests for Church Street residents to be included in the local resident’s parking scheme – probably the Holstein zone.

14 January.  The borough, in its Settlement Investment and Development Plan, is currently considering 10 Church Street and land to the rear of 1 to 18 Church Street as a site that could be potentially allocated for development.

The draft says: the current planing constraints are the it is in the Weybridge town centre; an area of High Archaeological Potential; Primary Retail Frontage, and it is adjacent to Conservation Area.  Pre-application discussions have taken place in 2006 regarding the possibility of a redevelopment to residential. The site is included in the Strategic Housing and Employment Land Availability Assessment for 34 dwellings.

The site has the potential to intensify the existing retail and residential use providing a more comprehensive development solution that delivers an increase in residential development in a sustainable location.

Do you have any views? Once it is in the plan it will have the potential to affect future planning applications.

2 thoughts on “Church Street

  1. I think it’s fair to say the last thing Weybridge needs is more flats, which will no doubt be bought by absent landlords. One only has to take a brief glance in the local estate agent windows to see there is a dirth of two and three bedroom houses on the market – surely it makes sense to utilise available land to build these?

  2. I would be interested to know what the plans might be as it would directly border my property, assume it would be no higher than low rise housing i.e. 2 story properties. Assume this is the sight that currently has the fabric warehouse storage building on it.

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