Category Archives: Haslemere Society

No amount of childish foot-stamping will disguise the fact that there is no published independent study to support MSCP.

Sir, Craig McGowan’s letter last week perfectly illustrated what we have had to put up with from the Tory party in recent years: A ‘we know best’ attitude, the propagation of misinformation, statements made without any supporting evidence and personal … Continue reading

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Waverley Borough Council defers application for Wey Hill Fairground

Wey Hill Fairground Car Park – Waverley agrees to wait for Haslemere Vision We have deferred our application for modernisation works at Wey Hill to allow Haslemere Town Council and Haslemere Vision time to develop their proposals as part of … Continue reading

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Open Spaces Society delighted at change of venue for Haslemere common car-park inquiry

Subject : News release: Open Spaces Society delighted at change of venue for Haslemere common car-park inquiry OPEN SPACES SOCIETY NEWS RELEASE OPEN SPACES SOCIETY DELIGHTED AT CHANGE OF VENUE FOR HASLEMERE COMMON CAR-PARK INQUIRY The Open Spaces Society(1) is … Continue reading

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Independent County Councillor for Haslemere mentions Haslemere parking in her recent update

In Councillor Barton’s most Councillor recent, Haslemere parking is mentioned three times – multi-storey car park, Waverley Parking Review and Wey Hill Fairground public inquiry. Waverley Parking Review: parking proposals discussed at Local Area Committee Meeting December 13, 2013.  Necessary … Continue reading

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Public Inquiry for Wey Hill Fairground will now be held in Haslemere at The Royal School

Commons Act 2006 Proposed works on Wey Hill (Fairground) Car Park Common (CL 340) Sue Arnott, an inspector appointed by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs will hold an inquiry at The Royal School, Farnham Lane, … Continue reading

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Haslemere Herald letter: Wey Hill (fairground) inquiry must be held in Haslemere

Letter in today’s Haslemere Herald. Dear Sir I refer to the valid letter from Robert Serman in this week’s (1st November) edition of the Haslemere Herald. I too have received a letter from the planning inspectorate about the date and … Continue reading

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@HaslemereVision minutes from their transport working group

Yesterday there was a workshop organised by Haslemere Vision with presentations from Planning Aid, a member of the Vision group regarding the most recent census and SCC Councillor, Nikki Barton. The aim of the meeting was to understand what can … Continue reading

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Call for people to help shape vision for Haslemere

This article appeared in the Surrey Advertiser, by Jennifer Morris: Call for people to help shape vision for Haslemere THOUSANDS of people in and around Haslemere are being called upon to join a new group to help shape the town’s … Continue reading

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SAVE YOUR FAIRGROUND CAR PARK!

This is the wording of a leaflet that has been put together for distribution by Haslemereparking.com, Haslemere Society, Haslemere Vision, Haslemere Chamber of Trade SAVE YOUR FAIRGROUND CAR PARK! Waverley Borough Council is planning to spend £350,000 on resurfacing the … Continue reading

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How to object to @WaverleyBC Wey Hill common land car park proposals

From the Haslemere Parking Action Group Dear Everyone, I regret having to write to you all with the news that Haslemere is facing yet another parking issue that will damage our community.  Waverley Borough Council is planning to spend £350,000 … Continue reading

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