Tandridge May Need to Nearly Quadruple Housing Targets in Core Strategy Review

Interesting report from Tandridge.  They adopted their plan, subject to an early review, whilst the SEP RS was in operation.   Now they reckon in the review they will have to increase their targets from 120 or so a year to around 450 or so a year,  Tellingly the report says that no tone of the authorities will be able to meet its needs without loss of Green Belt.

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  1. You missed out the best bit , the report by GL Hearn was recommended to be approved by the steering group consisting of five councillors who sat the Planning Policy Committee . At Committee meeting , the Council changed the wording of the report from approving the report to accepting it, that is to say not approving it . The meeting decended into farce when they voted not to accept report that they themselves commissioned . In the end they voted to receive a report . This report took 15 months to commission from a resolution to undertake an OAN in June 2012 . The planned review of the Core Strategy ( it was adopted early because they obtained the lowest requirement of any district in the South East except Epsom ( which is tiny by comparison ).

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