The consultation period for the travel plan condition linked to the Jolly Boatman site has been extended.

The condition was refused by Elmbridge Council earlier this year and an appeal hearing was heard on May 8 and 9.

The planning inspector has asked for further consultation to be carried out following the submission of a revised travel plan.

A travel plan is a strategy for managing access to a development site and helping to meet the travel needs of the site users, reducing the impacts of car travel, encouraging greater use of public transport, cycling and walking and, where possible, reducing the need to travel.

Gladedale proposes to keep the existing 138 cycle parking spaces and relocate them to a new secure location near the station platforms.

A new basement car park is also proposed at the site, with 287 spaces, including 15 disabled spaces.

Representations must be received by Friday, May 24, and must contain the appeal reference APP/K3605/A/13/2190487.

The revised appeal documents can be viewed at, using reference 2012/3262.