Deepcut Neighbourhood Forum
Deepcut Neighbourhood Forum

Vision and Mission

Deepcut Neighbourhood Forum’s Mission:

 

To secure approval for, and implementation of, a Neighbourhood Plan that protects and enhances Deepcut’s landscape, its village character, and the residents’ quality of life.

 

 

The Neighbourhood Plan’s Vision:

 

An improved Deepcut, sustaining its rural village feel, typified by its heathland, woodland and open spaces, whilst simultaneously possessing an enhanced vibrant community spirit amongst its people.

Residents have the responsibility to protect, and the freedom to enjoy, the village’s bio-diversity, wildlife, and its trees, flora and fauna.

Sustaining Deepcut’s physical separateness from the surrounding urban areas will involve protecting and safe-guarding its countryside. Closer links with the adjacent urban areas will be sought through the development of sustainable, environmentally friendly, walking and cycling networks and the provision of greater Public Transport.

Increased employment opportunities will be sought based upon enhanced desirable retail/commercial facilities and improved home working capabilities.

Residents’ quality of life in Deepcut will be further improved by providing more local access to essential services including Medical, Educational, and Financial along with the provision of improved recreational and community facilities. In many of these cases this will involve close co-operation with those responsible for the redevelopment of the PRB site.

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Keep up with what is happening locally with the Mytchett, Frimley Green & Deepcut Society. Find us on Facebook @MytchettFrimleyGreenDeepcutSociety on Twitter @MFGDSociety and with lots more information on our website at MFGDSociety.org.uk  And don’t forget there is also our Noticeboard on Frimley Green village green.

We aim to support our local community in many ways from planting trees to scrutinising planning applications, and from tackling rubbish to protecting our community assets. To support our work - which is all done by local volunteers - costs just £5 per year per household. We think that is pretty good value. Join in and add your £5 now - just visit our website or drop us an email at info@mfgdsociety.org.uk 

 

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