Or – an alternative headline: SOMETHING ELSE FOR FOR ANTI DUNSFOLD PARK BRIGADE TO OBJECT TO?
Briefly, Dunsfold Aerodrome wants to extend the ‘temporary’ use of the airfield for such events as BBC’s Top Gear and the popular driving experience days called Everyman. Planning permission has now been granted.
No doubt because it isn’t getting anywhere fast attempting to build the first phase of the 1,800 homes granted by ‘Your Waverley ‘ let alone the second, third, fourth etc …?
It has secured planning permission from Waverley Planners, the full council, A Government Inspector, and the Secretary of State for Communities for a new community. But that isn’t sufficient for the anti’s because they have now appealed to the High Court for leave to Judicially Review the decisions. Then, of course, there is always, His Holiness The Pope, and of course God?
So no homes are being built, scuppering Waverley’s hopes of achieving some sensible housing figures.
But in the meantime – for a further three-year period we can all enjoy motoring events.
Well, that is until the Anti’s start objecting to the noise?
Funny that there isn’t an objection from Protect Our Waverley? Oops, we forgot! They objected to the loss of the aviation events because they are so popular with the locals! The very same locals who have been objecting to Top Gear since the day it arrived there, so we understand!