The Reigate Society
Further Information Regarding the Proposal to Build on Green Belt Land
A 'Notice of Core Strategy Examination' has been received along with Inspector's documents, concerning Reigate & Banstead Borough Council Core Strategy proposal to Build on Green Belt Land in the Borough which The Reigate Society strongly opposes. These documents describe the programme and details questions which the Inspector will address during the examination which spans a period from the 14th to 24th May and so will be a very thorough exercise. All of these documents have been placed on our Noticeboard.
- Works to conserve and improve the environments of Reigate, Redhill, Merstham and the surrounding areas.
- Was founded in 1952 by people who had prevented development on the beautiful parkland surrounding the Priory, an historic house in the centre of Reigate.
- Has influenced many many schemes, such as the Harlequin Centre and the Belfry Shopping Mall in Redhill, the Safeways/Morrisons site and the proposed ring road in Reigate, the improvement of open spaces and the preservation and planting of trees, etc. The Society has responded to many county and national surveys, including the County Plans and the Gatwick Airport Review, and for five years has co-ordinated and publicised the annual Heritage Open Days in the Borough.