01 March 2018

North West Farnham Residents Association response to the 'final' Taylor Wimpey Hopfields application

Stewart Edge, our planning expert, has written a response to Taylor Wimpey's application for Approval Of Reserved Matters (Appearance Landscaping Layout And Scale) relating to the proposed Hopfields development. The final version of Stewart's document can be seen by clicking Here.

The application, which you can view by clicking this link, is due to be determined at a meeting likely to occur on 9th April.

Any comments should be made as soon as possible, preferably via the Waverley web site.

This web site is devoted to the interests of the residents of North West Farnham, an area extending (for the purposes of the Association) to the North from the Alton Road up to the Odiham Road, and to the West from Folly Hill as far as Dippenhall. Membership is open to everyone who lives in this area, and currently costs 2 per household per annum. Click Here to join.

We very much want to know what YOU would like to see on on this site. We urge you to Contact Us with your ideas.

You can either email the Chairman, or you can use the web form on the Contact Us page by clicking the link above. If you have any problem using this site please email our Support Department.

Please note that if your email is thought to be of general interest to the members of the Association it may be reproduced on this site. By sending an email you accept this possibility.

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Please also send us photographs of your area for inclusion on our Photos page by emailing them directly to photos@nwfarnham.org.uk. High resolution photographs (that is to say directly from the camera, but please not larger than 6MB) would be best; we can then process them appropriately.


The Association Committee currently comprises the following residents:

Chairman

Dr Penny Marriott

Treasurer

Mr Dennis Banks

Secretary

Mrs Julie Russ

Committee

Mr Stewart Edge
Mr David King
Mr Keith Miller
Mr Stephen Spence

Last updated: Wednesday 28 March 2018

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