Views

Policy CCW10 identifies 35 views, which are set out below. Full detail of each space can be found in Appendix A of the Neighbourhood Plan.

Map showing significant views in Chaldon

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Looking towards Chaldon from Farthing Downs, Ditches Lane Car Park south east towards Happy Valley.

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Left image-Tollsworth looking east to Chaldon; Right image-Chaldon looking west to Tollsworth.

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View from Chaldon Church across Rook Lane towards Tollsworth.

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From the North Downs Way by Willey Farm towards Chaldon Common Road and Roffes Lane.

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Three images representing character land to the West of Queen’s Park, on the Caterham-Chaldon Border. Top Left image is footpath from Queen’s Park to Roffes Lane adjoining the land shown in Top Right and Bottom Right images, which show the former Golf Course, now reverted to open space which is a boundary between Caterham and Chaldon. Now characterised by recreational use and wildlife.

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View from Surrey National Golf Course East towards Caterham Hill, to illustrate the continuing separation of Caterham and Chaldon.

Map showing significant views in Caterham Valley

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From War Coppice Road by “The Mound” looking North East across Harestone Valley.

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360 view of the Viewpoint. Left image shows Old Park Woods to the Left. Right image shows the hill falling away to the M25 motorway.

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View from Upper Tupwood Lane by “The Chalet” looking over the A22 towards Tillingdown.

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View from Public Footpath (Harestone Hill) looking South West over the end of Harestone Valley towards Old Park Woods and the North Downs.

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Caterham School with Old Park Woods beyond, at the end of Harestone Valley. View from Public Footpath at Beech Hanger.

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View from Tillingdown across A22 to Markfield and Stanstead beyond.

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Tillingdown above Beechwood, looking East to Woldingham.

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Waller Lane, Left image looking up to Caterham Hill and Right image looking down to Caterham Valley.

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White Knobs Park looking East, with Tillingdown in the background.

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Caterham Valley Town Centre from Commonwealth and Mount Pleasant Roads looking South.

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St John’s Church looking East towards Tillingdown. Photograph taken from Church Hill.

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Roundabout at the Junction of Station Avenue, Godstone Road and Croydon Road. Looking North.

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Timberhill Park from Crescent Road, looking West out into Harestone Valley.

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View of United Reform Church Tower, photo taken from Morrison’s Car Park, looking West over Harestone Valley.

Map showing significant views in Whyteleafe

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Manor Park looking North West from Burntwood Lane. An urban green space important for recreation and rare chalk grassland. Remarkable for its display of Cowslips and Orchids in the spring.

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Manor Park looking North East. An urban green space important for recreation and rare chalk grassland. Remarkable for its display of Cowslips and Orchids in the spring.

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Portley Wood Road, east end, close to the Junction with Salmon’s Lane and adjacent to A22 and Whyteleafe South Station. A tranquil woodland buffer against the A22 and the ribbon urbanisation in the close vicinity.

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Photo looking up from Upper Warlingham Railway Station towards the rare chalk grassland of Riddlesdown.  Illustrates how  the urbanisation remains softened by the surrounding natural landscape.

Map showing significant views in Caterham on the Hill

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Salmons Green- two perspectives looking North towards Whyteleafe Hill. A green buffer between Whyteleafe and Caterham Hill. RH Photograph shows Grove House, dating from 18th Century.

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The Cricket Ground on the old Guards Barracks site, looking North. This site dates from 1876.

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Chapel on the former Guards Barracks Site. Grade 2 listed.

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Grade 2 Listed Bofors Gun Tower from WW11, adjacent to Burntwood Lane on public path leading to Whyteleafe Road. Looking East towards Woldingham. 

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View from footpath connecting Burntwood Lane and Whyteleafe Road. 

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Westway Common looking North towards Hill Library and Westway, with Chaldon Road to the Right.

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Westway Common looking North towards Hill Library and Westway, with Chaldon Road to the Right.

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The Dene Field looking West towards St Mary’s Church.

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360 view of Queen’s Park, established 1900. Left Photo west towards Wood Lane, with Queen’s Park Road on the right. Right Photo East towards Church Hill. The most important recreational area in Caterham Hill.

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360 degree view of the old flint lodge to former Caterham Court, now Manor Avenue; and the alignment of St Lawrence’s and St Mary’s Churches seen from same. St Lawrence’s is Grade 1 listed and dates from 11th Century – the oldest building in the CR3 area. The flint lodge dates from the 18th Century.

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View from Oakgrove over Green Lane towards Happy Valley. 

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