Deadline to speak at Wey Hill car park inquiry is next Friday

Front page article in this week’s Haslemere Herald, Car park inquiry deadline looms

PEOPLE opposed to Wey Hill fairground becoming a permanent pay-and-display car park must notify the planning inspectorate by next Friday if they want to speak at the public inquiry.
Ambitious plans to transform the area of common land now used as a free car park into a piazza with shops and an underground car park have already been proposed by the town’s fledgling localism group Haslemere Vision as a possible alternative use.
The planning inspectorate announced in June that Waverley Borough Council’s application for common land consent to upgrade the site as a car park would be determined by a public inquiry due to the large number of responses it had received.
For full story, see this week’s Haslemere Herald.

If you wish to speak at the public inquiry, contact the case work officer, Rob Davis at the Planning Inspectorate ASAP. Rob Davis’ e-mail address is: