Catch up on the latest news, issues and events regarding Guildford Greenbelt Group.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales said there was a “lack of clarity” over the role of local enterprise partnerships, which have been created to help to devolve power and funding away from Whitehall and towards the regions.
At the recent Merrow Residents Association AGM Conservative Councillor Graham Ellwood misjudged the mood of Guildford borough completely when he asserted that we should build on Wisley's Greenbelt land at Three Farms Meadows.
June Spencer OBE – the actress who plays Peggy Woolley (previously Peggy Archer) in BBC Radio 4’s “The Archers” has agreed to be Patron of GGG’s campaign group.
Susan Parker, Chair of GGG, will be standing for Parliament in the General Election. The problems within the planning system are national, not just local.
GGG lifts the lid on what the Community Infrastructure Levy proposals by Guildford Borough Council might mean to residents, showing predetermination and an effort by the council to force new housing out of the town onto precious green fields while make the town centre a congested and polluted commercial, industrial and retail hub.