The meeting between members of the public and the Planning Committee will affect the fate of the 2,068 home Wisley Airfield development.
On Wednesday April 6 at 7pm, the housing development that has residents divided will be discussed and will see members of the public argue for or against the controversial planning application.
Residents that have previously responded to the application will have received a letter or email inviting them to register to speak. There will be a maximum of four people permitted to speak in favour and four against.
You can register to speak at the meeting, though applications will be taken on a strictly ‘first come first served’ basis, the deadline to do so by is Tuesday April 5. For more information about the meeting, contact Sophie Butcher, Committee Manager by calling 01483 444056 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can officially comment and object or approve of the Wisley Airfield planning application 15/P/00012 by clicking here.
Seating capacity in the council chamber is limited, but the meeting will also be live streamed online, click here to visit the website.
Find out more about the the Wisley Airfield housing development by clicking here.
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