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Inquiry – Day 5 Summary report

Dunsfold Park Public Inquiry – Day 5 (25th July) Summary Today was devoted to evidence from Waverley Borough Council (WBC). In the morning, WBC’s transport consultant, Mrs Vera Lamont from Mayer Brown, gave evidence. Our QC, Paul Stinchcombe, pressed her…

Inquiry Day 4 Summary Report

The final day of the first week of the Inquiry was a continuation of representations by individual residents, parish councils and other organisations. 13 people spoke, bringing the total to 25 who have presented their views against the scheme to…

Inquiry Day 3 Summary Report

Dunsfold Park Public Inquiry – Day 3 (20th July) Summary Mr Robin Shepherd of Barton Willmore, our planning consultant, gave his evidence yesterday afternoon, so the morning session opened with cross examination by Dunsfold Park’s QC, Mr Christopher Katkowski. Mr…

Springbok Appeal Inquiry

Springbok Appeal Inquiry – Day 3 (20th July) Representation by POW Campaign POW Campaign, having made a written representation to the Planning Inspectorate about the Inquiry into Waverley’s refusal of permission for 425 new homes on the Springbok Estate in…

Inquiry Day 2 Summary Report

Dunsfold Park Public Inquiry – Day 2 (19th July) Summary Having given his evidence yesterday afternoon, Phil Bell of Motion, our transport consultant, was subjected to long cross-examination from the Dunsfold Park’s QC. This lasted until tea time. The key issue…

Inquiry Day 1: summary report

Dunsfold Park Public Inquiry – Day 1 (18th July) Summary Our QC made a robust opening statement, see separate document linked below, raising the level of the discussion to include the Local Plan and the Secretary of State's role in…

Press Release – 8th July, 2017

From POW Campaign and the Joint Parishes. Following the conclusion of the Examination in Public (EiP) of Waverley's emerging Local Plan, POW and the Joint Parishes are looking forward to the Public Inquiry on the planning application for Dunsfold Park…