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Cr3 forum oct5th open public event at Soper Hall as part of Neighbourhood Plan consultation exercsie. Area Caterham Hill, Caterham Valley, Chaldon and Whyteleafe. 4 Parishes, a town partnership and a ...

Cr3 forum oct5th open public event at Soper Hall as part of Neighbourhood Plan consultation exercsie. Area Caterham Hill, Caterham Valley, Chaldon and Whyteleafe. 4 Parishes, a town partnership and a business partnership, plus 27.000 residents.

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     Neighbourhood Plan briefing for CR3 Area. Neighbourhood Plan briefing for CR3 Area. Presentation Transcript

    • Health, Education, Employment Housing, Utilities Transport, Parking Friday Oct11th , 10am – 4pm, Soper Hall CR3Forum.org.uk HAVE YOUR SAY…. on living in Caterham. Green Belt Visit the Public Consultation on the CR3 Forum Neighbourhood Plan
    • Please do visit the stands and talk to the teams Tell us what you think with post it notes, coloured dots, survey forms, or just a chat. Tea and Coffee in the link area GreenBelt& CharacterGreenBelt& Character BISBIS Facts/Policies/VisionFacts/Policies/Vision HousingHousing Utilities Utilities Leisure Leisure ReceptionReception Tea & Coffee Tea & Coffee Transport Transport RestArea RestArea Meet Caterham Business Main Hall Meet Caterham Business Main Hall EntranceEntrance CR3 Forum BID Fast Fibre CR3 Forum BID Fast Fibre BusinessBusiness
    • Four Surrey parishes, a Town Partnership and a Business Group CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 Otherwise known as the CR3 Forum Chris Windridge, CR3 Forum Steering group. Talk at Surrey CPRE Meeting May 2013
    • In the beginning…… CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 Local Community Led Plans in Caterham, Chaldon & Whyteleafe Big Society “named” Localism Bill and Act. DCLG encouraged Vanguards and Front Runners Local discussions between 4 parishes, the town partnership and the local Business group. June to Oct 2011. Plus contacts with others like Bookham, and Tandridge District Council
    • 2 years on…… CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 A Steering group Leads The CR3 Forum Led by Geoff Duck ( ABC/CCP, Local Businessman , & District Cllr) Deputy Random Greenway, Architect, ABC/CCP, Local Businessman) 2 each from the 4 parishes 2 from Caterham Business Partnership 2 From Abc – A Better Caterham 3 Extra, invited by the above -Sally Marks, Surrey County Councillor -Mark Bristow, Masters Graduate in Planning -Chris Windridge, ex chair of Steering Group OVER 70 PEOPLE TAKING AN ACTIVE PART
    • CR3 Forum www.cr3forum.org.uk YOU can help create our CR3 Neighbourhood Plan Localism Act. Front Runner scheme. CR3 Forum established to create a Neighbourhood Plan: Housing, Economy (Jobs, Industry, Shops), Services (Health, Education & Police), Leisure & Community, Urban Design & Heritage, Transport, Utilities Supported by: Caterham Hill & Caterham Valley Parishes, Chaldon Village Council, Whyteleafe Village Council, ABC - A Better Caterham & Caterham Business Partnership Covering Caterham Hill, Valley, Chaldon & Whyteleafe. Involving parishes, local organisations and individuals. Register to take part or for more information: www.cr3forum.org.uk Spring 2012 CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013
    • Planners View CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 A Satellite View. Average density approx 15 people/hectare. Surrey 6.5 & Tandridge 3.3
    • Neighbourhood planning process CR3 Neighbourhood Forum February 2013 Key steps: • Working groups set up • Support secured from LA • Regular engagement • Support from government/others • Vision statement • Identify key challenges • Template and draft for the NP Neighbourhood planning process Front Runner £20K funding in Spring 2012. Additional free help from Locality & URS. We are bidding to extend this. DCLG in new support to places doing Neighbourhood Plans, with Locality as the lead. CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 A lot to learn. Fortunate to have some local professionals in our group,
    • CR3 Forum Survey & the Census CR3 Population has increased by over 5,000 since 1991. Equivalent to adding another Whyteleafe & Chaldon at 2001 sizes. CR3 increase is 5.25/7.8 = 67% of Tandridge over 20 years CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013
    • CR3 Forum Survey & the Census CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 Different parts of CR3 are not all the same. Eg Age profile
    • CR3 Forum Survey information CR3 Respondents >1000 No of yearslived locally 17.5 Most ages 45-74 Living & Working here Why live here? Born + Commuting Main Work place London, Tandridge/Other Home working up to 40% Encourage Local Business 92% Where to encourage? Existing, Near, New Prefer to work locally? 85% Preserve existing Bus sites 96% Do we need more housing? 73% No/ 27% Yes Where to place new? Brownfield, Adjacent to existing What types? Affordable,SmallRent, Small, Shared Equity, Larger Link Affordable to work? 78% CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 The Dilemmas. Enterprise or Housing. Existing areas or different ones?
    • Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores – see the pictures later CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013
    • What Next? 7 teams collecting evidence and issues and creating briefing materials for further consultation. Already a great team active of 40+ people. Housing, Economy (Jobs, Industry, Shops), Services (Health, Education & Police), Leisure & Community, Urban Design & Heritage, Transport, Utilities Wider Public Consultation about these starting at Soper Hall Oct 5th. Better Media/Communications plan. Local Authority, Inspector and Sept Referendum for 2014. CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013
    • CR3 Overall: The emerging picture from Survey, Census, Research, Groups and Analysis CR3 5,000 more people since 1991. Equivalent to adding another Whyteleafe & Chaldon at 2001 sizes. Rise locally about 10% each census. CR3 increase is 5.25/7.8 = 67% of Tandridge over 20 years 15.5% more cars locally, stresses parking…….AND 57% More by Rail. Zone 6 attracts others
    • CR3 Overall: The emerging picture from Survey, Census, Research, Groups and Analysis The higher population needs facilities and services to scale with that Eg Doctors, Schools, Parking & “infrastructure” Where should we allow building and where not? What about Jobs & New Enterprise? Health, Education, Employment Housing, Utilities Transport, Parking Green Belt Please talk to the groups working on these topics or join them
    • CR3 Overall: Facts, Feedback & Ideas What have we missed? Tell us with post it or Dots. Green Like, Red don’t like. Orange undecided. Your comments from the survey to date Valley to offer wider/diverse range of Leisure to support whole CR3 area Managed approach to change Gas Supply “Fracking?”. What else in Utilities Cinema(7) Arts Venue ( Centre) Other Energy eg Anaerobic & Solar Deliver through NP, Parish, TDC, SCC & Community Bodies Motorway Network rat runs – eg Rook Lane Something to put area “On the Map”. Put Caterham back in Caterham… Car reduction. But how?” Transport Links Southeast & West as well as North Improve/Diverse Retail mix (3) Retail Mix. Clothing for 4-15 Boost local employment Keep some “Enterprise sites, not all residential & consider flexible spaces” How many houses and where? Keeping what we value: Green Belt, Open Space, vibrant town centres, choice & convenience
    • CR3 Core Issues. Is Anything Important Missing? Tell us with post it or Dots. Green Like, Red don’t like. Orange undecided. Kenley Aerodrome is preserved for Community use/open space Burial Ground (4) More Residential parking spaces with development Infrastructure Better building developments. More Houses for families/less flats Access to Area Set of key objectives as a place to live & Work A set of rules that all “Interested” parties follow High standard for Public Realm spaces Plant more Trees Heritage site (Kenley) linking in Whyteleafe Housing Affordability Green Spaces within Developments Recycling site. Where? Solar Farm site Manage Housing Numbers. Site Allocations Agree Housing Need Less Retirement Homes to skew ages Manage Visual Clutter ( Road & other signs – or lack of) Parking Promote Businesses Neighbourhood Wi-Fi Preserve CR3 Green spaces that are left Infrastructure given higher priority Youth Opportunities for jobs/training Preserve Natural Environment Keep Green Belt Improve Std of Development Statutory Rules Medical/Health (2). Support for increased pop/housing Transport to deal with increased pop/houses Allotments. Just 30 in Whyteleafe Get the Big picture, not focus on single issues. Policies & a Vision Strategy for ALL the empty sites & systematic approach Potential Policy Areas Toilets & Parking at well used centres Anaerobic Digester site
    • CR3 Overall: Vision Have we missed anything? Tell us with post it or Dots. Green Like, Red don’t like. Orange undecided. Your comments and ideas from the survey to date Better Integrated CR3- Traffic/Trains Include a Caterham Valley Town Plan Use R&Y as catalyst for Town Plan Improve Streetscape + Link Nodes Consider major Redevelopment of Caterham Centre Eg Railway Station & towards R&Y Parking for: Commuters, Residents, Shoppers, Business Buses. Evenings, Frequency, Connecting key local facilities A Vibrant Community with access to Green & Pleasant environment Environmental & Economic well being Kenley/Hill and other Heritage sites & opportunities managed Civic Pride and resources to maintain & shape our place, for local people, businesses and visitors alike Umbrella entity/Joined Up Voluntary/Community Groups A sustainable community with places to live, work and for leisure Swimming Pool/Leisure Centre ( Like Oxted). Access all week/day Education. What is needed. Increase provision. A Tech or 6th form facility? Places for Enterprise/Start ups and existing commercial use Managed growth of additional housing
    • Housing • People don’t want more housing • Don’t want Green Belt touched • Government pressure to provide more housing • Density high vs SE o 46 per hectare CR3 o 6.8 per hectare Tandridge o 4.6 per hectare SE • (Too)Many retirement homes • Current Hearn report on potential housing DEMAND in Tandridge. The assessment covers 20 yrs using standard Govt methods • 500 houses/year if CR3 = 60% (Historic rate) • 125 a year has been CR3 rate over last 20 yrs. Rest of Tandridge needs to find sites too. • Planning officers state some Greenbelt sites could be needed • CR3 Housing Group estimate 125/yr possible over next 10yrs. 60/yr thereafter unless new sites allocated. • Issue for whole of Tandridge as current plan is well short. • Hearn report and projections driven by over 55 age groups. CR3 Forum assessing REAL need
    • Housing More affordable housing for 1st time buyers Sites Commercial Union,The Valley Pub, School and hospital site Croydon road. Better infrastructure for all new housing development A brake on high density housing development, esp back gardens We need to put less emphasis on developing accommodation for the elderly and look to the young to sustain our community. focus on improving local area fro current population rather than expanding further given Caterham has already taken the bulk of Tandridge population expansion over the last 20 years preserving remaining historical buildings and open spaces A LOT LESS DEVELOPMENT AND MUCH BETTER CARE OF WHAT WE HAVE Limited building of all types on new sites. Development of brownfield sites. Affordable homes for young people. Affordable housing for first-time buyers. affordable housing so locals who have been born here do not have to move out of the area. Affordable housing so our children don't have to move to a cheaper area Brownfield sites need to be redeveloped and quality housing needs to be encouraged so as to attract residents with the financial capability to support local businesses. All development should be in line and in harmony with nature, without destroying natural habitats. All future developments must be in sympathy with existing housing (e.g. small medium and large family houses). All the developing here that needs to be done is done so do us a favour and build somewhere else. No more developments on Green Belt land or greenfield sites if empty buildings are still available. Already too many houses and flats in the area. An end to replacing houses with blocks of flats Area already developed to a reasonable standard As little as possible - more development would spoil it Ban retirement flats (no more flats). Any houses built should be family-affordable, 2-3 bedrooms with gardens. Would still like a fair balance between small town and green areas much the same size as now. Bare minimum of new building, concentrated on brownfield sites. Improvement of social and leisure facilities. Being on/near to a train line giving easy access to London, there will be a natural demand for housing and facilities for people moving out of London, and the developers "cashing" in on this opportunity. This will drive the village/area the wrong way. I would like to see emphasis on services, facilities, schools, etc, for the younger generation, and local jobs for people rather than Caterham becoming a commuter suburbia serving London. Restrict housing developments - the town is at full capacity now. No development of green belt and use brownfield sites for development instead Better/modernised housing. More families/fewer retirees. Build into a picturesque yet affordable area to live which is desirable for potential residents Greenbelt and the beautiful downland landscape preserved for future generations to enjoy. Acceptance that turnover of people coming to and leaving the area is positive and that destroying the Greenbelt for more housing & industry will destroy the places that people aspire to live. Caterham especially in the valley is fairly well developed Caterham has shouldered more than its fair share of housing. No more housing should be allowed until the area/ town gets a new school and proper investment is made into the state of the towns roads. Caterham Hill has been massively overdeveloped in recent years without the necessary infrastructure being provided so I would like to see more more consideration taken before planning permission is granted. Caterham s a quiet town and I would like it to keep that charm. Parking is now becoming an issue and development of new homes needs to stop. No more housing developments. With 94% green belt in Tandridge why are so protective about it? !! Concentrate on Caterham Valley and Caterham on-the-Hill high street areas. Developing more housing/business instead of run down shops and disused premises, e.g. Rose & Young. Concerns density of housing - infilling -infrastructure support facilities CONSOLIDATION AND INTEGRATION OF EXISTING HOUSING AND SHOPS WITH ONLY BROWNFIELD DEVELOPMENT WITH AN EMPHASIS ON RENOVATION OF EXISTING HOUSING AND SHOPS Continue to grow the population and facilities but guarantee that the green charm with lovely woods is maintained as far as possible. Control to prevent over development and to prevent the area becoming enveloped in South London Controlled development of local facilities so Caterham retains its town status and character. A stop to new flat builds to ease congestion. Important that Caterham retains its identity It is also about time that the rest of Tandridge took their fair share of development instead of protecting themselves to the detriment of the CR3 area. CR3 SHOULD CONTINUE TO BE A DESIRABLE RESDIENTIAL AREA. FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS OF APARTMENT BLOCKS SHOULD BE STRONGLY RESISTED. develop all infrastructure (ie roads, drainage, sewage, electricity supply etc) for Caterham on Hill where more homes are being built Development / expansion of housing and business requires development of roads, travel and doctor etc What people said. Do you agree?. Post It, or Agree/Undecided/ Don’t agree dots. See all comments at stand Clearly Caterham cannot avoid being part of central government policy but this should be interpreted through local needs, concerns and ambitions. Development plans already maximised for Caterham Hill. Chaldon should be protected environment with little additional development or none at all Do not develop any more. Do not lose any Green Belt. Do not want any more development. Don't want to see the area develop too much. Don't keep building flats - retirement or otherwise - and not improve facilities to accommodate. Caterham is a lovely community with spirit - too big and all is lost. Enough building property to sell or rent already in the area. No more building on greenfield sites. Existing Green Belt to be managed and fewer housing developments. No development on Greenbelt land Family friendly. Less houses being built (we have enough already!) Fewer high-density flats of low design standard. More 2/3 bed houses with gardens and parking. Fewer flats - more houses. Retain the Green Belt at all costs. Fewer flats and retirement homes; more for families. Fewer housing developments. The Valley & Hill seem to have borne the brunt of development in the last 10 years and this has to be putting a strain on resources. Fewer housing estates and more consideration given to the increased traffic caused by housing development. Green Belt left untouched Green fields kept and no further building of homes CATERHAM WILL STOP BEING A PLEASANT SMALL TOWN IF TOO MANY NEW HOUSES AND FLATS ARE BUILT. Happy to see population expand via development preferably edging into greenbelt Having enjoyed living in Caterham entire life, apart from national Service in 1949 - 1951 and having such a lovely countryside so near I would prefer any development to be minimal unless absolutely necessary. Higher value housing stock (not cheap, high-density flats), attracting wealthier buyers and its beneficial effects. Prevention of the spread of South London into the area and removal of its character. This means protection of the Greenbelt to the north at all costs. Homes built should be for local people first. Hopefully the Local Plan will guide development onto brownfield areas - some have been an eyesore for far too long. Gardens should be protected. Patchwork development is not beneficial to the neighbourhood More 3/4 bedroom family homes with adequate parking is needed. No more flats of any description - we are already the retirement capital of the South-East! Housing, schools and relative facilities for our families Housing, very slowly. But the problem is balancing need for housing with a pleasant place is a thorny issue and maybe we have to consider limited release of greenbelt, much as I'd hate it. I definitely would not like to see it over develop and spoil the way of life that has been enjoyed by the majority of the residents for many years I do not want over-development (e.g. St. Lawrence's site). I feel Caterham needs NO further development. I hope the area stays undeveloped. A place which still feels attached to a country way of life. I think Caterham Hill has already been overdeveloped in the last few years so now other areas should take some of the burden. So no more development of housing on the Hill I believe the greenbelt and remaining open spaces should be a priority for protection for the benefit of future generations. I would like a stop to anymore housing estates being built. I would like a stop to anymore housing estates being built. I WANT TO SEE THE GREENBELT PROTECTED OTHERWISE THE CHARACTER OF THE AREA WILL CHANGE. I AM WORRIED ABOUT CATERHAM BECOMING AN OVERSPILL OF CROYDON I would like it to retain its essential character and integrity. I would like to see an end to further development with the exception of existing brown field sites which have been an eyesore for many years. I would like my children to grow up enjoying living in Caterham like i did and my family before me. There needs to be more provision for teens and the ability to own a house in the town you grew up in I would like the area to maintain its village feel - Caterham is a wonderful place to live and raise children but like many towns of its size, I think it is at a turning point in its development. I would like the Green Belt to be kept at all costs. I would like to see a good balance of housing, not just a lot of flats for commuters who work in London and who give nothing to our community. I would also like better quality/designed housing like those in Oxted, Reigate and Mertstham. Some of the new houses in Whyteleafe are appalling and are depressing. I would like to see an end to the development of so many flats and large blocks of these. Present level of tree cover and outdoor space should be preserved, particularly on the highest slopes of the hills. No building on green belt and surrounding areas. No building on green belt and surrounding areas. There are too many small flats so would like some larger ones that are affordable.
    • Transport Key Areas of Consideration Roads & Parking - congestion Pollution & Speed Control Public Transport Paths, Bridle Ways & Bikes Shared Space & Pedestrians Integration
    • Leisure & Community
    • Services. Health, Education and Safety Health Health provision for CR3 must meet the needs of the population without having to travel Better provision for Elderly ( Not flats) o Continuing care o Nursing Home All GP practices will need to expand o Sites resources available Expand The Dene Hospital o Repurpose o To cater for the general population o Resident Doctor, especially at Night
    • Services. Health, Education and Safety Education 6th Form College or University Technical College. Children 14 plus o Greater links with Employers o Future employment for students…local & elsewhere Primary School Provision. National and local problem with expanding population Overall poor school places Option to combine school & Libraries..de Stafford? Open welcome to new school(s) for area Expand special needs provision for local children
    • Business & Retail
    • Business & Retail
    • Business & Retail What to do 1.Streetscape improvement To improve the aesthetics and comfort of the CR3 area to: • Encourage visitors to view CR3 as an salubrious facility • Reassure businesses that CR3 is an affluent and progressive employment area. 2. PR campaign To raise Caterham’s (CR3) profile and better promote: • Reasons for businesses to locate in CR3 Caterham • Caterham CR3 as a destination for shopping and leisure services 3. New commercial space (business/research park)/improve building stock • Reassure new and existing employers and businesses that CR3 has the necessary building, office and retail space required to sustain their business 4. Encourage inward investment • Promote improvement in the CR3 area from existing businesses to provide the long-term facilities and environment required to allow continued growth. • Aim for specific requirements to satisfy local business and residential needs. • Encourage investment from outside of the area. 5. Target businesses that we want established in the CR3 Neighbourhood Plan area 1. Specific businesses will provide infrastructure, services and employment of the exact type which is required by CR3. 2. May encourage larger employers identify with facilities they require in area. 3. Making sure that CR3 has a balance of businesses will encourage wide-spread growth (rather than very specific growth) 6. Digital facilities • Essential for any business is a fast, reliable communication system. • Fibre and fast mobile communications are already being rolled out in CR3 and must continue to ensure residential and business customers are retained. 7. Training / education / business-education links • Employment paths available for long-term growth of community. • Training and education to allow residents to improve employment and career choices, and for businesses to have the skilled workforce required for sustainability.
    • Business & Retail How 1. Business Improvement District (BID) To create a defined area within which businesses pay an additional tax (or levy) in order to fund projects within the district's boundaries; • Initial area defined and promotional brochure plus voting form developed. • Circulation to all businesses in October – 51% approval required for progress. 2. Town Centre Manager To fund a Town Centre manage from the BID levy; • Point of contact for all issues. • Delivery and communication of all initiatives. 3. Council and Government Support • On-going engagement and clear communication with the Parish Councils. • Regular meetings with Tandridge District Council. • Communication and promotion of how plan sits within Government framework. 4. University Technical College (UTC) • Specialising in aeronautical engineering. • Links with Gatwick Airport and Surrey University and a replica of the existing UTC of Heathrow and Brunel University. 5. Subsidise business rates for desirable new or relocating businesses • Initial subsidy of rates to assist with initial start up costs. • Clear promotion of subsidy in all messaging to encourage start-up. 6. Integrated Marketing Plan • Development of a plan incorporating Branding ,PR etc ,with clear objectives, deliverables and key points of contact. • Communication of all messaging via multiple channels of mail, social media,press,website. 7. Identify Development Areas • Development of a list of site specific proposals with associated business cases. • Clear communication within the marketing plan. 8. Education and Employer links • Launch of a new pilot scheme ‘Work 4 Schools’ enabling local employers to help schools with leadership and governance, curriculum delivery and employability and enterprise.
    • Urban & Rural Design, plus Heritage Areas that need improvement (NP & Vision) o Derelict sites/run down areas Streetscape and Public Realm (NP) o Shared Space, parking, gateways, key buildings, rear of buildings & signage, lighting, drainage, run off and permeability Preserving Character zones (NP) o Local heritage, landmark – station buildings/special character/military heritage Green Infrastructure ( Vision & NP) o Cycle routes, Tree policy, TPO’s, Linear parks, play areas, front & rear gardens Community Assets/Right to Bid (NP) o Being considered Viewpoints (NP) o Conserving, protecting, enhancing Mixed Use Housing (NP) o Live/Work, future proof for an ageing population, locations & clusters, aesthetic quality, covenants Other topics o Disability/access/parking o Internet shopping ( >50% increase by 2020) o Mapping resources/assets via GIS for Grp6.
    • Urban & Rural Design, plus Heritage Viewpoints (NP) o Conserving, protecting, enhancing
    • Urban & Rural Design, plus Heritage Community Assets/Right to Bid (NP) o Being considered
    • Urban & Rural Design, plus Heritage Streetscape and Public Realm (NP) o Shared Space, parking, gateways, key buildings, rear of buildings & signage, lighting, drainage, run off and permeability
    • Urban & Rural Design, plus Heritage Preserving Character zones (NP) o Local heritage, landmark – station buildings/special character/military heritage TELL US YOUR LIKES & DISLIKES WITH DOTS
    • Urban & Rural Design, plus Heritage Areas that need improvement (NP & Vision) o Derelict sites/run down areas
    • Utilities Vision Self Sufficient and Sustainable Topics o Telecommunications o Gas, Oil and Coal Supply and Use o Water Supply and Use o Sewerage o Power Generation: New Dev. & Large Scale o Waste Management o Environmental: Flooding, Noise, Light……. o Future Technology Aim to do now o 15 Policies so far addressing: o Anaerobic Digester o Solar Farm o Individual Development Constraints o Recycling Site Move o Continued improvements to Mobile and WiFi services Medium/Longer term goals o Bio Tech./Energy Generating Coatings/ Beaming o Geothermal o Gas Supply – Fracking? o New Development Infrastructure Location (Not in roads) .
    • Telecoms Mobile Todays masts Broadband Fibre locally BT local “Green Boxes” Yellow = Live ( FTTC/Infinity) Blue = Surrey Superfast Dec 2014 Red = Fast Fibre hubs.1st live at The Village. 2nd site for Valley? Local Exchanges Tell us about your signal – Red for poor – Green for good
    • CPO/ NDOCPO/ NDO DO CPO Economic Harm Derelict Demolish Blight Economic Harm Derelict Demolish Blight Demolish- better than existing (18) Demolish & Develop (37) Do Something! (17) Demolish (4) Total 76 Local Issue Rose & Young Summary of Survey Comments Schemes By Owner or Others Schemes By Owner or Others Demolish/Redevelop. Not Flats or Takeaways. In SYMPATHY with needs of Local Area Retain façade. Develop Croydon Rd plan Commercial (17) Flats (2) Total 21 OpportunitiesOpportunities Parking & multistory(9) Cinema (2) Better & Up-market Retail/Clothes (3) Anchor Store – M&S or Others (9) Leisure/Clubs/Comm unity (2) Improve Streetscene/Town Centre/Square – Town Plan (2) Commercial/Jobs (5) Move or Redevelop Station & Railway, incl R&Y site Total 28 100+ survey comments grouped into similar comments. Suggested areas: -Derelict/Demolish/Economic Harm -CPO/NDO support -Opportunities – What does the area need - Ideas for Schemes Tell us what you think. Post It note, or vote for Agree/undecided/Don’t agree with dots
    • Please do visit the stands and talk to the teams Tell us what you think with post it notes, coloured dots, survey forms, or just a chat. Tea and Coffee in the link area GreenBelt& CharacterGreenBelt& Character BISBIS Facts/Policies/VisionFacts/Policies/Vision HousingHousing Utilities Utilities Leisure Leisure ReceptionReception Tea & Coffee Tea & Coffee Transport Transport RestArea RestArea Meet Caterham Business Main Hall Meet Caterham Business Main Hall EntranceEntrance CR3 Forum BID Fast Fibre CR3 Forum BID Fast Fibre BusinessBusiness
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Amy Jones. Outright Winner.
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Austen Beischer Runner up Where is this?
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Martin Burke
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Beth Aston. Nr St Lawrence’s Cemetery
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Martin Burke Chaldon Church Rear view Rapeseed Whyteleafe Cemetery
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Amy Jones. “I love the colour” . Furzefield Wood 2 pictures Chaldon Nr View point. Bluebell woods
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Jonathan Jones. Bluebells nr View Point Jonathan Jones. Chaldon Rd
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Martin Burke Alan Dempster
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Ken Thomas Whyteleafe Scenes
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Rashid Ivan
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores Debbie Fox. Horticultural entries
    • Competition entries and winners Hidden Treasures & Local Eyesores John Waghorn Top Lake at Surrey National Martin Burke
    • What Comes Next CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 Consider feedback, complete research and draft materials. Check with Tandridge over next few months. Matters like housing numbers, Hearn report, projects, any special proposals and any required reports by specialists. Main Public consultation phase lasting 6 weeks in the spring, including the results of these. Final drafting of our Neighbourhood Plan and its “Examination” by an independent inspector – Mid year Final materials created for a Referendum expected to be held in Oct/Nov 2014
    • Staying in touch CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 Register at the desk or on-line to get our monthly Newsletter Regular briefings to the local press A web site www.cr3forum.org.uk Facebook page starting. See the web site & Oct Newsletter for detail. To be published Mid Oct. This presentation. Take the link from our web site to Slideshare.
    • Stop Press CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 We have been awarded a further grant of £7,000 towards the costs of the exercise and to receive specialist planning help in preparing our plan from DCLG ( Dept of Communities and Local Govt – Minister is Eric Pickles) It is being arranged via Locality a leading group working with Local community groups on a variety of initiatives throughout the UK. It follows earlier help and funding, which has helped us carry out this exercise without significant local cost in CR3. Over 70 people are assisting this exercise and you are welcome to join in. Simply register at the desk or at the web site: www.cr3forum.org.uk
    • Last Saturday’ Open Event CR3 Forum CPRE May 2013 Over 150 visited Soper Hall and learned about the project. We learned a lot from them and we hope provided information on progress and ideas to date. A selection of pictures follow: ( Credit due to Chris Botten, or as noted) www.cr3forum.org.uk
    • Oct 5th Open Day
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    • Health, Education, Employment Housing, Utilities Transport, Parking Friday Oct 11th, 10pm – 4pm, Soper Hall CR3Forum.org.uk HAVE YOUR SAY…. on living in Caterham. Green Belt Thank You for watching. The show will now repeat. See you again soon!