Cranleigh Conservation Area Appraisal consultation

Published Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Waverley Borough Council wants to hear your views on the draft Cranleigh Conservation Area Appraisal (CAA).

The council is holding a consultation to get residents’ and local businesses’ views on the draft CAA, which assesses the character and condition of the Conservation Area and contains a Management Plan identifying potential enhancement schemes.  The document has evolved with the help of representatives from Cranleigh Parish Council, Surrey County Council, Chamber of Commerce, Cranleigh History Society, Cranleigh Neighbourhood Plan Group and the Cranleigh Society.

lang="EN-GB">Once approved, it will be adopted as a material consideration and be used in the determination of any application for planning permission and listed building consent in the area.

lang="EN-GB">Councillor Brian Adams, Portfolio Holder for Planning, said:  "I hope many Cranleigh residents who are interested in the preservation of historic parts of the village will take part in the consultation.

lang="EN-GB">"The council will then take into account all the views to help mould the CAA, which could include amendments to the current Conservation Area boundary.

lang="EN-GB">"Currently the draft Cranleigh CAA proposes significant boundary extensions to the south of the High Street and The Common.

lang="EN-GB">"Cranleigh is one of 43 Conservation Areas in the borough and the council is dedicated to keeping the areas preserved and where possible, enhanced, for future generations."

The draft Cranleigh CAA is open for comment until Tuesday 1 March and can be viewed online at www.waverley.gov.uk/cranleighcaa. 

Hardcopies are also available in the planning reception of Waverley Borough Council offices, The Burys, Godalming, GU7 1HR.

Comments can be submitted online, emailed to conservation@waverley.gov.uk or posted to Waverley Borough Council addressed to Sarah Wells.

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