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Waitrose Plan – Traffic Implications Don’t Add Up

From Graham Hibbert I attended the Waitrose presentation and fully support their entry into the Guildford market. I am, however, disappointed that the size of the site available to them…

Waitrose Plan – Is It All Just About The Money?

From Ashley Harrison I totally agree with the comments of Ollie Clokie in his opinion piece ‘What About the Kids and the Seniors?’ I find it very sad that Surrey…

Good IT Infrastructure Should Be The Norm For New Developments

From David Smith I have recently moved from my parent’s house in Downside Road (fringe of town) to my first place at the new Boxgrove Gardens Development. I always read…

Philharmonic Report Was To Be Expected

From Bernard Parke Hon Alderman I am not surprised by the report. In fact, I feel it was to be expected once the traditional home of the concerts, the old…

Letter from Guildford Western Australia

Following on from the story on this website a couple of weeks ago about the town of Guildford in Western Australia and its rededication of its Stirling Memorial Gates (click…

Conflict of GBC Interests Means No Traffic Plan For Guildford

From Julian Lyon The travesty of the conflicting interests of the Borough Council when it comes to deciding how much of the gross capital receipts should be commuted for s106…

Town Outskirts Still The Best Place For Supermarkets

From Bernard Parke, Hon Alderman It cannot be denied that a new Waitrose store would be welcomed in Guildford. However, the question must be asked, even after tinkering with the…

Traffic Problems Require Proper Planning

from Bibhas Neogi Without proper planning to deal with traffic problems, development investments by Guildford Borough Council and others could prejudice future solutions and make them more expensive and difficult…

Masterplan? Come On Guildford Borough Council, Start Again

from Julian D S Lyon MBA FRICS Onslow Village Guildford desperately needs to address its traffic congestion (clearly confirmed by the meeting of 150 to 200 people on 21st March…

A (Master?) Plan By Any Other Name…

From Gerald Bland Guildford Vision Group In his Press Release of 1st December 2011 the Leader of the Council described the short public consultation which ended on 23rd January as…