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Submission Local Plan: Strategy and Sites - Main Modifications

Submission Local Plan: Strategy and Sites - Main Modifications - Part 3: Appendices

Appendix C - Infrastructure Schedule

This Infrastructure Schedule sets out the key infrastructure requirements on which the delivery of the plan depends. It is not an exhaustive list of all infrastructure that will be provided or improved in the borough during the plan period.

This Schedule includes the key infrastructure needed to support the development planned, focussing particularly on the first five years of the plan period, and the infrastructure needed to support the strategic development sites. The schedule also includes some infrastructure projects needed to support smaller sites, which cumulatively could have an unacceptable impact without improved and new infrastructure.

We have worked with infrastructure delivery organisations, including Surrey County Council, Highways England, Network Rail, Thames Water and other water supply companies, and health providers, to produce this schedule of infrastructure known to be required to support the planned development in the Local Plan.

The Infrastructure Schedule also forms part of the Guildford Infrastructure Delivery Plan (Guildford borough's IDP), The IDP, including the Infrastructure Schedule, will be revised from time to time, including during the Plan period, as and when further detail becomes available regarding infrastructure projects, their timing, and funding sources. Some of this detail will come from the investment plans of infrastructure providers.

 

Infrastructure Type

Infrastructure Project

Delivered when Delivered by

Likely cost (where known)

and funding source

1

Transport

NR

Rail

NR1

Guildford rail station capacity and interchange improvements

Between 2024 and post plan period

Network Rail

£100m

Network Rail and developer funded

NR2

New rail station at Guildford West (Park Barn)

Between 2022 and 2029, with earliest opening from 2024

Network Rail, Surrey County Council, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford Borough Council and developer(s)

£10m

Developer funded

NR3

New rail station at Guildford East (Merrow) (to principally serve Gosden Hill Farm site)

Between 2024 and 2029

Network Rail, Surrey County Council and developer

£10m

Developer funded

NR4

Electrification of North Downs Line, facilitating increased service frequency

Between 2019 and 2029

Network Rail

£30m

Network Rail

NR5

Portsmouth Direct Line improvements (together with South West Main Line Peak Demand improvements), facilitating increased service frequency

Between 2029 and post plan period

Network Rail

£5m

Network Rail

NR6

North Downs Line (Great Western Railway) service frequency and timetable improvements

2018

Network Rail and Great Western Railway

Budgeted for in Great Western Railway franchise

SRN

Strategic Road Network

SRN1

Intentionally blank

SRN2

A3 Guildford (A320 Stoke interchange junction to A31 Hog's Back junction) 'Road Investment Strategy' scheme (E31)

Between

2024 and 2027

Highways England

£100-250m

Highways England and developer funded

SRN3

M25 Junction 10/A3 Wisley interchange 'Road Investment Strategy' scheme (E16)

Between 2020 and 2023

Highways England

£100-250m

Highways England and developer funded

SRN4

Improved A3/A3100 Burpham junction with relocated A3 southbound off-slip and new A3 southbound on-slip (to principally serve Gosden Hill Farm site)

Between 2021 and 2023

Highways England and/or developer

£10m

Developer funded

SRN5

M25 Junctions 10-16 'Road Investment Strategy' scheme (E15)

Between 2020 and 2023

Highways England

£100-250m

Highways England

SRN6

Intentionally blank

SRN7

A3 northbound off-slip lane widening at University Interchange (approaching Tesco roundabout) improvement scheme

Between 2019 and 2020

Highways England

Committed funding: Department for Transport £1.6m

SRN8

A3 southbound off-slip lane widening to A320 Stoke Interchange improvement scheme

Between 2019 and 2020

Highways England

Committed funding: Department for Transport £2.5m

SRN9

A3 northbound on-slip at A247 Clandon Road (Burnt Common)

Between 2021 and 2027

Highways England and/or developer

£10m

Developer funded

SRN10

A3 southbound off-slip at A247 Clandon Road (Burnt Common)

Between 2021 and 2027

Highways England and/or developer

£10m

Developer funded

LRN

Local Road Network

LRN1

Guildford Town Centre Transport Package

Component schemes:

  • Walnut Tree Close experimental closure scheme: experimental closure for up to 18 months to inform decision on a potential permanent closure
  • Replacement Walnut Bridge scheme: a wider structure to cater for higher flows of pedestrians plus usage by cyclists
  • Guildford College Link + scheme: a new pedestrian and cycle route linking Walnut Bridge (scheme 2) to Guildford College
  • Millbrook car park junction improvement scheme: to remove requirement for exiting vehicles to circuit the Guildford gyratory
  • A25 cycle corridor scheme: widening sections of this existing corridor to create a shared use path for pedestrians and cyclists up to 3m in width
  • A25/A320 Stoke cross roads improvement scheme: improved provision for pedestrians and cyclists, bus priority, and reduced number of pedestrian and cyclist casualties
  • A3100 London Road to Boxgrove roundabout corridor improvement scheme: bus stop facilities including RTPI and creating an off-road shared use path for pedestrians and cyclists up to 3m in width

2016/17-2019/20, which encompasses the delivery of the various component schemes

Surrey County Council for highway schemes, Guildford Borough Council for replacement Walnut Bridge

£9.260m

Committed funding package:

Local Growth Fund £6.55m

Guildford Borough Council £1.403m

Developer funded £0.314m

Surrey County Council £0.993m

LRN2

A3/Egerton Road Tesco Roundabout improvement scheme

Between 2020 and 2026

Surrey County Council and/or Highways England

£5m

Highways England and developer funded

LRN3

New signalised junction from Blackwell Farm site to A31 Farnham Road (to principally serve Blackwell Farm site)

Between 2021 and 2027

Developer

£5m

Developer funded

LRN4

Access road at Blackwell Farm site with through link to Egerton Road (to principally serve Blackwell Farm site)

Between 2021 and 2027

Developer

£20m

Developer funded

LRN5

Interventions to address potential highway performance issues resulting from development at Blackwell Farm site

Between 2021 and 2033

Highways England and/or developer

£5-10m

Developer funded

LRN6

Interventions to address potential highway performance issues resulting from development at Gosden Hill Farm site

Between 2021 and 2033

Highways England and/or developer

£5-10m

Developer funded

LRN7

Interventions to address potential highway performance issues resulting from development at Land at former Wisley airfield site. To include mitigation schemes to address issues:

  • on the A3 and M25 and at the M25 Junction 10/A3 Wisley interchange
  • on B2215 Ripley High Street
  • at the junctions of Ripley High Street with Newark Lane/Rose Lane
  • at junction of Old Lane with A3 on-slip (Guildford bound)
  • at junctions of Old Lane, Forest Road and Howard Road

Between 2021 and 2033

Highways England and/or developer

£25m

Developer funded

LRN8

Interventions to address potential highway performance issues, including on A320 Woking Road, resulting from development at SARP site

Between 2023 and 2033

Highways England and/or developer

£5-10m

Developer funded

LRN9

A323 Ash Road, Ash Street and Guildford Road (Ash) traffic management and environmental improvement scheme

Between 2018 and 2026

Surrey County Council

£1m

Developer funded

LRN10

B3411 Ash Hill Road (Ash) traffic management and environmental improvement scheme

Between 2018 and 2026

Surrey County Council

£0.5m

Developer funded

LRN11

B3411 Ash Hill Road/A323 Guildford Road (Ash) junction improvement scheme

Between 2017 and 2026

Surrey County Council

£0.5m

Developer funded

LRN12

B3411 Ash Vale Road (Ash Vale) environmental improvement scheme

Between 2018 and 2026

Surrey County Council

£0.8m

Developer funded

LRN13

A323 Aldershot Road/A331 Blackwater Valley Route (Ash) junction improvement scheme

Between 2018 and 2026

Surrey County Council

£2m

Developer funded and Local Growth Fund

LRN14

A331 Blackwater Valley Route with A31 Hog's Back (Tongham) junction improvement scheme

Between 2018 and 2026

Surrey County Council

£0.5m

Developer funded and Local Growth Fund

LRN15

The Street (Tongham) environmental improvement scheme

Between 2018 and 2026

Surrey County Council

£0.5m

Developer funded

LRN16

A31 Hog's Back (Tongham to Puttenham) road safety scheme

Between 2018 and 2026

Surrey County Council

£2.5m

Developer funded

LRN17

B3000 Puttenham Hill/A31 Hog's Back junction (Puttenham) improvement scheme

Between 2021 and 2026

Surrey County Council

£1m

Developer funded

LRN18

Intentionally blank

LRN19

Intentionally blank

LRN20

A247 Send Road/Send Barns Lane (Send) traffic management and environmental improvement scheme

Between 2018 and 2026

Surrey County Council

£1.5m

Developer funded

LRN21

New road bridge and footbridge scheme to enable level crossing closure on A323 Guildford Road adjacent to Ash railway station

Between 2019 and 2024

Surrey County Council

£15m

Developer funded and Network Rail

LRN22

East Horsley and West Horsley traffic management and environmental improvement scheme

Between 2019 and 2023

Surrey County Council

£1m

Developer funded

LRN23

A322 Onslow Street, Laundry Road, A322 Woodbridge Road and A246 York Road junctions improvement scheme involving new and modified signalised junctions

Between 2020 and 2025

Surrey County Council

£10m

Developer funded

LRN24

A323 Guildford Road/A324 Pirbright Road junction improvement scheme

Between 2019 and 2025

Surrey County Council

£0.5m

Developer funded

LRN25

A281 Horsham Road/A248 Kings Road/A248 Broadford Road junction improvement schemes

Between 2021 and 2023

Surrey County Council

£2.5-5m

Developer funded

LRN26

A247 Clandon Road/The Street (West Clandon) traffic management and environmental improvement scheme

Between 2020 and 2025

Surrey County Council

£1m Developer funded

P&R

Park and Ride

P&R1

Gosden Hill Farm Park and Ride (to principally mitigate traffic impact of Gosden Hill Farm site)

Between 2021 and 2023

Developer

£7.5m

Developer funded

SMC

Sustainable Movement Corridor

SMC1

Sustainable Movement Corridor: West

Between 2019 and 2034

Surrey County Council, Guildford Borough Council and developer(s)

£20m

Developer funded and Local Growth Fund

SMC2

Sustainable Movement Corridor: Yorkie's Bridge

Between 2019 and 2034

Surrey County Council, Guildford Borough Council, Network Rail and developer(s)

£10m

Developer funded and Local Growth Fund

SMC3

Sustainable Movement Corridor: Town Centre Phase 1

Between 2019 and 2022

Surrey County Council and Guildford Borough Council

£5-10m

Developer funded and Local Growth Fund

SMC4

Sustainable Movement Corridor: Town Centre Phase 2

Between 2019 and 2034

Surrey County Council, Guildford Borough Council, Network Rail and developer(s)

£5-10m

Developer funded and Local Growth Fund

SMC5

Sustainable Movement Corridor: North

Between 2019 and 2034

Surrey County Council, Guildford Borough Council and developer(s)

£20m

Developer funded and Local Growth Fund

SMC6

Sustainable Movement Corridor: East

Between 2019 and 2034

Surrey County Council, Guildford Borough Council and developer

£20m

Developer funded and Local Growth Fund

BT

Bus Transport

BT1

New Guildford town centre bus facilities

Between 2018 and 2022

Surrey County Council and/or Guildford Borough Council and/or developer(s)

£5-10m

Developer funded

BT2

Bus interchange at Effingham Junction rail station (or alternatively Horsley rail station) (to principally serve Land at former Wisley airfield site)

Between 2021 and 2025

Developer

£0.25m

Developer funded

BT3

Significant bus network serving the Land at former Wisley airfield site and key destinations including Effingham Junction railway station and/or Horsley railway station, Guildford and Cobham to be provided and secured in perpetuity

Between 2021 and 2022

Developer

To be confirmed

Developer funded

BT4

Intentionally blank

BT5

Significant bus network serving the Gosden Hill Farm site and key destinations including the existing eastern suburbs of Guildford and the town centre to be provided

Between 2021 and 2022

Developer

To be confirmed

Developer funded

BT6

Significant bus network serving the Blackwell Farm site and key destinations including the existing western suburbs of Guildford and the town centre to be provided

Between 2021 and 2022

Developer

To be confirmed

Developer funded

AM

Active Modes

AM1

Guildford Wayfinding signage system - Phase 2

Between 2019 and 2034

Surrey County Council, Guildford Borough Council and developers

£0.22m

Developer funded, Local Growth Fund and Surrey County Council

AM2

Comprehensive Guildford borough cycle network, excluding AM3

Between 2019 and post plan period, which encompasses the delivery of various component schemes

Surrey County Council, Guildford Borough Council and developers

£20m

Developer funded, Local Growth Fund and Surrey County Council

AM3

Off site cycle network from the Land at former Wisley airfield site to key destinations including Effingham Junction railway station, Horsley railway station/Station Parade, Ripley and Byfleet, with improvements to a level that would be attractive and safe for the average cyclist

Between 2021 and 2025

Surrey County Council, Guildford Borough Council and developers

£6.5m

Developer funded

2

Utilities

EG

Electricity and gas distribution and supply

EG1

UKPN RDP Asset replacement and reinforcements Summary from UKPN RDP Published electricity projects (asset replacement and reinforcements)

UKPN SPN Regional Development Plan

- Chessington / Laleham / West Weybridge - June 2015 Version 3

2015-2023

UKPN / SSE / Developers

£30m

UK Power Networks (UKPN) / SSE, and developer funded

EG2

3753 - Guildford Grid 33 kV Switchgear Replacement - (FL) Required for 3 txf's in parallel (2016-2018)

Replacement the existing 33kV switchgear with a new 13-breaker switchboard in order to increase the fault level from 17.5kA to 30kA.

5543 - Guildford Grid 132/33kV - ITC (2019 - 2022)

Installation of a 3rd 132kV UGC circuit and addition of a third 132/33kV grid transformer for N-2 P2/6 compliance.

7886 - Guildford A 33kV/11kV - ITC (2016 - 2018)

Replacement of T5 and T6 with new 2 x 12/40 MVA transformers. It is also proposed to replace 200m of DC 33kV underground cables from Guildford Grid with new 40MVA cables.

7887/8154 - Guildford B 11kV - ITC and Replacement of the 11kV switchboard for fault duty (2016 - 2017)

Replacement of T1 and T2 with new 2 x 20/40 MVA transformer/s, replacing 200 m of DC 33kV underground cables with 40 MVA cable and replacement of a 17 panel 11kV switchboard.

8015 - Merrow 33kV/11kV Reinforcement - Third 12/24 MVA Transformer, 3 km of UGC Circuit & Replace 10 Panel SWB (2020-2022)

Installation of an additional 12/24 MVA transformer, 3 km of underground 33kV cable circuit from Guildford, and replacement of the existing 8 panel switchboard in order to increase winter firm capacity from 23MVA to 48MVA.

8037 - Guildford Grid 132kV Reinforcement for (N-2) - Installation of a 3rd 132kV circuit (Phase 1 Guildford to Effingham) (2015 - 2022)

Installation of a third 132kV circuit from Leatherhead 132kV mesh to Guildford to supply a third 90MVA 132/33kV transformer at Guildford Grid for N-2 P2/6 compliance. This project is linked to project 5543 which will add a third 132/33kV transformer at Guildford (N-2).

Years 1-5

UKPN

TBD

EG3

Upgrade electricity supply infrastructure should capacity assessment conclude it necessary, at Gosden Hill strategic site

Years 1-15

UKPN

Developer and UKPN funded

EG4

Upgrade electricity supply infrastructure should capacity assessment conclude it necessary, at Blackwell Farm strategic site

Years 1-15

UKPN

Developer and UKPN funded

EG5

Upgrade electricity supply infrastructure should capacity assessment conclude it necessary, at Wisley former airfield strategic sites

Years 1-15

UKPN

Developer and UKPN funded

EG6

Intentionally blank

EG7

Upgrade electricity supply infrastructure should capacity assessment conclude it necessary, at Slyfield Regeneration site (SARP)

Years 1-15

UKPN

Developer and UKPN funded

WS

Water supply

WS1

Upgrade to water supply network capacity to support the former Wisley airfield strategic site

Years 1-15

Affinity Water

Developer funded

WS2

Upgrade to capacity of water supply network if assessment shows it is needed to support Blackwell Farm strategic site

Years 1-15

Thames Water

Developer funded

WS3

Upgrade to capacity of water supply network if assessment shows it is needed to support Gosden Hill Farm strategic site

Years 1-15

Thames Water

Developer funded

WS4

Intentionally blank

WS5

Upgrade to capacity of water supply network if assessment shows it is needed to support Slyfield Regeneration site

Years 1-15

Thames Water

Developer funded

WCT

Wastewater connections and treatment

WCT1

Upgrade to the foul water network connections to the former Wisley airfield site to provide sufficient capacity

Years 1-15

Local network upgrades take about 18 months to deliver

Thames Water

Developer and Thames Water funded

WCT2

Upgrade of capacity at Ripley wastewater treatment works to serve increased flows from Wisley former airfield strategic site

Years 1-15

Thames Water

Developer and Thames Water funded

WCT3

Upgrade to wastewater infrastructure if assessment (at developer's cost) shows that additional capacity is needed to provide for Blackwell Farm strategic site.

Details of scale and form of upgrades to wastewater infrastructure will be included once development areas are confirmed and developers have produced detailed drainage strategies

Years 1-15

Thames Water

Developer and Thames Water funded

WCT4

Upgrade to wastewater infrastructure if assessment (at developer's cost) shows that additional capacity is needed to provide for Gosden Hill

Years 1-15

Thames Water

Developer and Thames Water funded

WCT5

Intentionally blank

WCT6

Relocation of Slyfield wastewater treatment works

2021

Thames Water

To be funded by the development

WCT7

Upgrading existing pumping station at Slylfield

Slyfield Area Regeneration Project (SARP) site

Years 1-10

Thames Water

Developer and Thames Water funded

WCT8

Pipeline required between existing pumping station and the new site and potentially returning to discharge location at Slyfield Area Regeneration Project (SARP) site

Years 1-10

Thames Water

Developer and Thames Water funded

WCT9

Upgrade of capacity at Ash Vale wastewater treatment works to serve increased flows

Years 1 - 5

Thames Water

Developer and Thames Water funded

 

 

Infrastructure Type

Infrastructure Project

Delivered when Delivered by

Likely cost (where known)

and funding source

FRR

Flood risk reduction : surface water mitigation measures

FRR1

Minimising surface water flood risk at the strategic site at Gosden Hill, to ensure that run-off after development does not exceed run-off rates from the site before development.

Measures to include on-site Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUD), including balancing pond(s), to provide for flooding water storage on the development site.

Years 1-15

Developer

Developer funded

FRR2

Minimising surface water flood risk at the strategic site at Blackwell Farm, to ensure that run-off after development does not exceed run-off rates from the site before development.

Measures to include on-site Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUD), including balancing pond(s), to provide for flooding water storage on the development site.

Years 1-15

Developer

Developer funded

FRR3

Minimising surface water flood risk at the strategic site at Wisley former airfield, to ensure that run-off after development does not exceed run-off rates from the site before development.

Measures to include on-site Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUD), including balancing pond(s), to provide for flooding water storage on the development site.

Years 1-15

Developer

Developer funded

3

Green Infrastructure

SANG

Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG)

SANG1

Strategic Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Effingham Common

Current

Guildford Borough Council

SANG remaining maintenance and management costs £8,969,000 plus interest

Developer funded

SANG2

Strategic Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Chantry Woods, Pilgrim's Way, Holy Trinity

Current

Guildford Borough Council

SANG remaining maintenance and management costs £8,717,561 plus interest

Developer funded

SANG3

Strategic Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Riverside Park (including Parsonage Watermeadows), North Guildford

Current

Guildford Borough Council

SANG remaining capital, maintenance and management costs £1,205,065 plus interest

Developer funded

SANG4

Strategic Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Tyting Farm, Halfpenny Lane, Holy Trinity

Years 1-5

Guildford Borough Council

SANG all capital, maintenance and management costs £12,265,300 plus interest

Developer funded

SANG5

Strategic Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Burpham Court Farm, North Guildford

Years 1-5

Guildford Borough Council

SANG all capital, maintenance and management costs £6,132,650 plus interest

Developer funded

SANG6

Strategic Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Russell Place Farm, Wood Street Village

Years 1-5

Landowner

SANG all capital, maintenance and management costs £10,229,260 plus interest

Developer funded

SANG7

Strategic Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Ash, West of Ash Green

Years 1-5

Developer

To be transferred to Guildford Borough Council to allocate to developments and to maintain

Developer to deliver initial stage, maintenance and management of initial stage and delivery, maintenance and management of later stages to be developer funded.

SANG all capital and management costs £7,359,180

SANG8

Strategic Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Land Adjacent to Long Reach, West Horsley

Years 1-5

Landowner

Delivery method TBD.

SANG all capital, maintenance and management costs £7,573,822

Developer funded

SANG9

Bespoke Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Bens Wood, West Horsley

Years 1-5

Developer

Developer funded

SANG

10

Bespoke Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) at Blackwell Farm site

Years 1-5

Developer

Developer funded

SANG

11

Bespoke Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Gosden Hill Farm

Years 1-5

Developer

Developer funded

SANG

12

Bespoke Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANG) Former Wisley airfield

Years 1-5

Developer

Developer funded

OS

Open Space

OS1

Open space including park, playground, and playing fields at Gosden Hill Farm strategic site

Years 1-15

Developer

Developer funded

OS2

Open space including park, playground, and playing fields, at Blackwell Farm strategic site

Years 1-15

Developer

Developer funded

OS3

Open space including park, playground, and playing fields at Former Wisley Airfield strategic site

Years 1-15

Developer

Developer funded

OS4

Intentionally blank

OS5

Bellfields allotments relocated to Clay Lane

Years 1-5

Guildford Borough Council

GBC

OS6

New allotments on land north east of Spoil Lane, Tongham

Years 1-5

Developer; to be vested to Parish Council

Developer funded

4

Education

EYED

Early Years

EYED1

Intentionally blank

EYED2

Early years provision on strategic sites, to meet identified needs

Years 1-15

Private developer

Developer funded

PED

Primary Schools

PED1

Intentionally blank

PED2

A new two-form entry primary school with pre-school provision at the Former Wisley Airfield site to serve new housing on the site

Years 1-15

An academy trust

Developer to provide serviced land and build costs

Construction cost = £8m

PED3

A new two-form entry primary school with pre-school provision at Gosden Hill Farm to serve new housing on the site

Years 1-15

An academy trust

Developer to provide serviced land and build costs

Construction cost = £8m

PED4

A new two-form entry primary school with pre-school provision at Blackwell Farm to serve new housing on the site

Years 1-15

An academy trust

Developer to provide serviced land and build costs

Construction cost = £8m

PED5

Appropriate financial contribution to enable expansion of Weyfield Primary Academy by additional 1FE - 2FE with pre-school provision at Slyfield regeneration site (SARP) to serve the new housing on site

Years 1-15

An academy trust

Developer funded

PED6

(Potential) expansion of Ash Grange Primary School by additional 1FE - 2FE (if required to provide spaces for children who will live in the homes south and east of Ash and Tongham)

Years 1-10

A community / maintained school

Developer funded

PED7

Up to an additional 3FE in Guildford Town;

SCC currently in discussions with existing schools

Years 1-5

Existing schools and an academy trust

Developer funded

SED

Secondary Schools

SED1

A minimum 4-form entry (4FE) secondary school at Gosden Hill Farm strategic development site. To be located a short walk from the proposed Park and Ride.

2FE of the school would be needed to serve the strategic development site itself, and the remainder will serve new housing development in the wider area.

Secondary school place needs will be re-assessed at the time a planning application is determined at which time any recent new secondary school provision will be taken into account to ascertain needs at the time.

TBD

An academy trust

Developer to provide serviced land at nil cost and transfer it to SCC

£15 build costs -developer funded

SED2

A 4FE secondary school at the former Wisley airfield

2FE of the school is needed to serve the strategic development site itself, and the remainder will serve new housing development in the wider area.

Secondary school place needs will be re-assessed at the time a planning application is determined at which time any recent new secondary school provision will be taken into account to ascertain needs at the time.

TBD

An academy trust

Developer to provide serviced land at nil cost and transfer it to SCC

£15m build costs -developer funded

SED3

A 6FE secondary school at Blackwell Farm strategic development site. To be located so as to ensure convenient access via public transport and from the urban area of Guildford.

2FE would be needed to serve the strategic development site itself, and the remainder will serve new housing development in the wider area.

Secondary school place needs will be re-assessed at the time a planning application is determined at which time any recent new secondary school provision will be taken into account to ascertain needs at the time.

TBD

An academy trust

Developer to provide serviced land at nil cost and transfer it to SCC

£20m build costs -developer funded

SED4

Intentionally blank

SED5

Expansion of Ash Manor Secondary School by additional 1FE to provide spaces for children who will live around Ash and Tongham

TBD

An academy trust

Developer funded

5

Emergency Services

ES

Police

ES1

Neighbourhood Policing Centre (30 sq m plus 2 parking spaces) on-site at Former Wisley Airfield site

5-15

Surrey Police

£100K

Developer funded

ES2

A new ambulance community response post and a Make Ready Centre (MRC) at the existing ambulance station at The Street, Tongham (immediately north of the A31 Runfold Diversion).

1-5

SE Coast Ambulance NHS Foundation Trust (SECAmb)

TBC

6

Health and Social Care

HSC

GPs and Dental surgeries: Primary Health Care

HSC1

Park Barn Surgery and Community Centre:

Replacement of the Oaks Medical Centre with a new health centre on the former Pond Meadow school site.

New facilities to provide GPs practice, dental surgery and pharmacy.

On the same site, and potentially within the same building, a Community Centre with Youth Facilities.

1-5

GP Practice / Guildford Waverley CCG

£5.5m, of which£1.5m is capital receipt from selling part of site for housing

HSC2

Land and a new building for a new GPs practice surgery at Gosden Hill strategic site

1-15 years

Developer / Guildford Waverley CCG

Serviced land at nil cost to be provided by the developer

CCG or a local GPs Practice to fund

HSC3

Expansion of existing GPs Practices in Guildown Group Practice to provide additional capacity for residents of Blackwell Farm strategic site or land and a new building for a new GPs practice surgery at Blackwell Farm strategic site

1-15 years

Developer / Guildford Waverley CCG

CCG or a local GPs Practice and developer funded

HSC4

GPs surgery with pharmacy at the Former Wisley airfield site

1-15 years

Developer / Guildford Waverley CCG

Serviced land at nil cost to be provided by the developer

CCG or a local GPs Practice to fund

HSC5

Expansion of East Horsley Medical Centre to provide additional capacity and services for future population

5-15

GP Practice

Guildford Waverley CCG / developer funded

HSC6

Expansion of existing GP provision in the area to provide additional capacity for residents of the Ash and Tongham strategic location for development or land and a new building for a new GPs practice surgery at the Ash and Tongham strategic location for development

1-15

Developer / Surrey Heath CCG

Surrey Heath CCG / developer funded

7

Community Facilities

BS

Burial Space

BS1

New burial ground at Salt Box Road, by Whitmoor Common and the railway line.

6-15 years

Guildford Borough Council

Guildford Borough Council

CMH

Community Meeting Halls

CMH1

Community meeting hall at Blackwell Farm strategic site (Use Class D1)

1-15 years

TBD

Developer funded

CMH2

Community meeting hall at Gosden Hill Farm strategic site (Use Class D1)

1-15 years

TBD

Developer funded

CMH3

Community meeting hall at the former Wisley airfield strategic site (Use Class D1)

1-15 years

TBD

Developer funded

8

Waste transfer facility, and other waste and works infrastructure

SARP1

New Surrey County Council waste transfer station in the Slyfield industrial estate (in different location to existing, to replace the existing)

1-5 years

Surrey County Council

SARP is designated as a "Housing Zone" by the Homes and Communities Agency. As part of this designation, £90m loan funding could be made available from the Public Works Loan Board. This would be repaid by the developer.

SARP2

New Community Recycling Centre (CRC)

1-5 years

Surrey County
Council

SARP is designated as a “Housing Zone” by the
Homes and Communities Agency. As part of this
designation, £90m loan funding could be made
available from the Public Works Loan Board. This would be repaid by the developer.

SARP3 New works depot for Guildford Borough Council 1-5 years Guildford
Borough Council
SARP is designated as a “Housing Zone” by the
Homes and Communities Agency. As part of this
designation, £90m loan funding could be made
available from the Public Works Loan Board. This would be repaid by the developer.