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Markwick Lane – The forgotten route: All East-West traffic will use this unclassified road, a single track with passing places. This is the primary route for commuters between Dunsfold and the A3, Milford and Witley mainline railway stations.
Local map showing the most direct road route from Dunsfold to the A3 at Milford, and to the nearest rail stations (Milford and Witley)

 

Pinch point:  Godalming log jam at peak times approaching railway station. At 8 miles away, Godalming is the third closest rail station to Dunsfold.
Godalming log jam at peak times leaving railway station
Markwick Lane: single track with passing places. This is the primary route between Dunsfold and the A3 or Dunsfold’s nearest mainline railway stations. The developers of Dunsfold Park refer to this road as “60 mph limited”
Markwick Lane: single track with passing places. This is the primary route between Dunsfold and the A3 or Dunsfold’s nearest mainline railway stations. Anything larger than a minibus will cause a blockage and then tailbacks.
Markwick Lane: single track with passing places. This is the primary route between Dunsfold and the A3 or Dunsfold’s nearest mainline railway stations. Anything larger than a minibus will cause a blockage and then tailbacks.
Markwick Lane: single track with passing places. This is the primary route between Dunsfold and the A3 or Dunsfold’s nearest mainline railway stations. Anything larger than a minibus will cause a blockage and then tailbacks.
Salt Lane: Narrow and twisty with sharp changes in incline – unsuitable for heavy traffic or large vehicles.   This is the primary route between Dunsfold and the A3 or Dunsfold’s nearest mainline railway stations. Anything larger than a minibus will cause a blockage and then tailbacks.
Salt Lane: Pinch point at Crossroads
Markwick Lane: steep inclines, single track with passing places. This is the primary route for commuters between Dunsfold and the A3 or Dunsfold’s nearest mainline railway stations.
Hambledon Village: single track with passing places. This is the primary route for commuters between Dunsfold and Witley mainline railway station.  At 7 miles, Witley is the second closest mainline railway station to Dunsfold.
Hambledon Village: single track with passing places. This is the primary route for commuters between Dunsfold and Witley mainline railway station.

Pinch point at Milford: Rail level-crossing queues on Salt Lane / Station Lane. Although 7 miles from Dunsfold, this is the primary route to the closest mainline railway station and the A3.
Pinch point: Milford cross roads. Extra commuter traffic from Dunsfold will converge here to access the A3
Pinch point: Milford traffic lights. Extra commuter traffic from Dunsfold will converge here to access the A3
Pinch point: The A3 North approaching Guildford is already at standstill on many mornings.
Current view from Hascombe Hill.
Artists impression of proposed development viewed from Hascombe Hill.

POW’s artist in residence has captured a few of the key players on the first day of the Inquiry:

Mr Major, HM Planning Inspector
Richard Turney, Barrister
Giving evidence on day one: Nicola Brown, Director at Huskisson Brown Associates, a landscape and environmental design consultancy
Chris Kitkowski, QC

 

Jim McAllister
Julia Potts, WBC
Elizabeth Simms WBC
Julia Potts WBC
Mr McAlister, Dunsfold Park
Mr Bell from Motion Transport Consultants
Robin Shepherd of Barton Willmore
Peter Cleveland WBC Planning
Councillor Mary Foryszewski
John Gray, Borough Councillor
Clive Smith Surrey Hills
John Adams
Vera Lamont
Rebecca Knight, Landscape consultant
Mr Bird
Wayne Beglan
Andrew Derbyshire