Banners to remind people to vote in the upcoming Haslemere referendum on Thurs, 7 October, have gone up in Beacon Hill and Hindhead.
There has been much controversy about where the 990 homes allocated for Haslemere, Grayswood, Hindhead and Shottermill should go.
At a Special Meeting of Waverley Borough Council last week, Local Plan Part 2 was adopted. A lively and sometimes heated debate agreed to a large swathe of housing going to the Royal School in Hindhead adjacent to the A3. The council removed the controversial Red Court site in Haslemere. Despite this, the developer is appealing against Waverley Planners decision to refuse the application for 50 homes.
An Inspector will hear the appeal on 16 December.
Waverley has accepted the Independent Examiner’s modifications, published their decision statement, and is now arranging for the Referendum on 7 October.