A CONTROVERSIAL planning application to build up to 135 homes on land at Sturt Farm has now been registered with Waverley Borough Council. Developers acting for Tony Lawson, who owns the site between Haslemere and Camelsdale, held two public exhibitions about his proposals to build on the green field site, in August and September, last year. The plans have been modified with 135 houses now proposed, down from the 150 mooted nearly 12 months ago. Waverley planners are expected to consider the application which includes 54 homes for social rent, in September. For full story, see this week's Haslemere Herald.
Waverley to ponder Sturt Farm bid
Wednesday 2nd July 2014 10:00 pm