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J A Spence 18 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 4: Area Policies CS30: Weston Urban Extension CS30: Weston Urban Extension

  • Comment ID: 3584865/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
Is there any evidence that new industry/jobs will move or be created in Weston to ensure that the 12,000 dwellings will not be creating thousands more commuters? There will be more commuters which will only add to the bottleneck that junction 21 is at both the am and pm rush hours. Should not junction 21 be widened as well as having a bypass or relief road.
Portishead Town Council 18 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 2: Visions and Objectives VIS 5: Portishead Vision

  • Comment ID: 1009313/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
Portishead and North Weston Town Council consider that insufficient weight is given to the need to ensure high speed broadband for homes and places of work in Portishead.
Alvis and Bennett Families 17 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Delivering a Prosperous Economy CS22: Tourism Strategy CS22: Tourism Strategy

  • Comment ID: 3579585/CSCD/16
  • Status: Accepted
This policy should be reviewed to take on the new advice and policy guidance set out in PPS4 recently published, in particular policy EC7 therein relating to the planning of tourism in rural areas. It should be made clear that tourism and appropriate leisure uses will not be precluded from any areas the subject of proposals in policy CS19.
GOSW 17 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Chapter 5: Introduction

  • Comment ID: 1017121/CSCD/6
  • Status: Accepted
A number of steps will be needed to ensure document will be sound when submitted. Should plan positively for 9,000 dwellings at SW Bristol. Understand concerns about delivery rates, but better to plan for whole figure and address any shortfall by monitoring.Only linked new settlement option would maximise sustainability benefits. Accept that nowhere else that such a quantity of housing could be accommodated sustainably.
GOSW 17 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Delivering a Prosperous Economy CS23: Bristol International Airport CS23: Bristol International Airport

  • Comment ID: 1017121/CSCD/5
  • Status: Accepted
The Policy on the Airport is a little vague at the moment, but I would assume that by the time you publish your Core Strategy, things would be considerably clearer with respect to the current planning application. As you will be aware the Government are currently consulting on a National Planning Statement on port development. As you move towards submission I suggest that you monitor how this document progresses, ensuring that there is no conflict with the finalised version of this document.
GOSW 17 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Delivering a Prosperous Economy CS20: Supporting a Successful Economy CS20: Supporting a Successful Economy

  • Comment ID: 1017121/CSCD/4
  • Status: Accepted
In terms of employment you have allocated 12.1 ha of employment development at Portishead, Clevedon, Nailsea. Whilst this is understandable in terms of increasing self containment I wonder how this accords with your approach to Green Belt/Greenfield development. If this is largely development on previously developed land, are there sufficient opportunities to ensure this is deliverable?
GOSW 17 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 4: Area Policies CS28: Weston-super-Mare CS28: Weston-super-Mare

  • Comment ID: 1017121/CSCD/3
  • Status: Accepted
Given evidence of the challenges to meeting the 9,000 dwelling requirement, it is reassuring that any shortfall will be met in the Weston urban area. Is this achievable, and what evidence would support this? Need to link homes and jobs in the urban extension - but not clear whether the intention is to link all housing to employment growth in the general Weston locality. If growth in the urban area is not linked to jobs then it could undermine delivery rates in the urban extension.
GOSW 17 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 2: Visions and Objectives Chapter 2: Introduction

  • Comment ID: 1017121/CSCD/2
  • Status: Accepted
The Document's vision is fairly locally distinctive, but I suggest the cumulative vision is a bit long. Likewise the objectives are fairly clear and well focused, although I would question if car parking is a truly strategic matter.
GOSW 17 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Further Comments Content

  • Comment ID: 1017121/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
Generally this sets out a logical and reasonable approach to development in North Somerset, apart from our concerns over the SW Bristol Urban Extension.
LandTrust Developments Ltd 17 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Delivering a Prosperous Economy CS20: Supporting a Successful Economy CS20: Supporting a Successful Economy

  • Comment ID: 3620513/CSCD/15
  • Status: Accepted
CS20: needs to be more sophisticated in establishing that development at WSM needs to be employment led, but that sw Bristol does not, this approach is consistent with bringing about the reduction in car-based commuting which is a basic plank of the strategy. Where appropriate, the quantified link between the numbers of jobs that have to have come forward for each home that is allowed has to be in the policy.
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