The Green Belt area concerned is defined in the RBWM document "Edge of Settlement Analysis" as Area 7A.
Living on Holyport Road (the road to Holyport) I knew that my official postal address did not include the word "Holyport", but is Holyport Road, Maidenhead. This also applies to Aysgarth Park, Springfield Park, Stompits Road etc.
However, the logical significance of this, in the context of RBWM's consultation beginning on 10th January 2014, is that the Green Belt Land between the A330, Holyport Road, Aysgarth Park and Old Holyport (Area 7A) constitutes a "Settlement Gap", between the settlement of Maidenhead and the settlement of Holyport.
In RBWM's analysis, they have excluded from consideration for development, other areas that are in settlement gaps. But in the case of Area 7A, RBWM's analysis considers that it is not in a settlement gap.
My thoughts on this are further explained in my 28th December 2013 letter to RBWM shown elsewhere on this site (last letter in Topics - Threat to Holyport Green Belt). This letter includes part of a photograph of a map supplied to Bray Parish Council and displayed by the Bray Parish Neighbourhood Plan at one of their public presentations. That map clearly shows the settlements of Holyport and Bray, with part of the settlement of Maidenhead protruding into the space between them. I also show that map in a new tab - see "Holyport - Settlements in the Holyport Area".
Additionally on this site (Holyport - Holyport Conservation Area Boundary) I show a further RBWM map that confirms the independence of Holyport.
As of 1st January 2014, I await a response from RBWM.