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Plans for new Woking neighbourhood and football stadium on display

Plans for new Woking neighbourhood and football stadium on display

Published by Carol Musgrave at 8:43am 12th July 2019. (Updated at 9:05am 12th July 2019)

Proposals for more than a thousand houses around the planned new Woking Community Stadium are a step closer - as they go on public display today.

Plans have been drawn up for a new neighbourhood to be built in Kingfield - with the stadium at the heart of the development, replacing the current home of Woking Football Club.

They include around 1,100 mostly 2 and 3 bedroom properties - 20% of which will be affordable homes - with the club at its heart.

The new club will have multi-purpose facilities for retail, business, community and leisure activities.

The housing,  in a development called Cardinal Court, is to help pay for the 10,000 capacity stadium. 

Another 40 houses with 3,4 and 5 bedrooms and gardens are also proposed for Egley Road, where David Lloyd Leisure have agreed to relocate from Kingfield.

The public is now invited to public consultations - the first of which starts today - at the Laithwaite Community Stadium,

Residents can meet the project team and provide feedback on the proposals at four public consultations:

• Friday July 12, 2pm to 8pm at the Laithwaite Community Stadium, Kingfield Road, GU22 9AA
• Saturday July 13, 10am to 12pm at the Laithwaite Community Stadium
• Tuesday July 16, 2pm to 6pm at the Laithwaite Community Stadium
• Thursday July 18, 4pm to 8pm at Mayford Village Hall, Saunders Lane, GU22 0NN

The developers GoldDev Woking say the project team are working towards submitting a planning application late this summer.

There is more information on the proposals and an online survey for feedback here.

 

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