North Somerset Local Plan 2038 Preferred Options

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Jean Lesley Goodhind 11 Apr 2022

North Somerset Local Plan Preferred Options: Consultation Draft March 2022 3. Strategic Policies Strategic Policies

  • Comment ID: 39042209//1
I object to the use of any green belt land in North Somerset. In particular, I object to the planning application to build 90 houses on Park Farm Field, off Mulberry Road, Congresbury (22/P/0459/OUT) as this appears to completely contradict North Somerset Council's stated strategies- - to retain green belt and focus on urban areas and transport corridors (none of which apply to the above application) as Congresbury does NOT have adequate infrastructure to cope with a further 90 homes and their
Barry Stirling 11 Apr 2022

North Somerset Local Plan Preferred Options: Consultation Draft March 2022 3. Strategic Policies Strategic Policies

  • Comment ID: 39037377//1
The overall number of houses proposed to be added to Nailsea and Backwell appears excessive relative to their extant size and will drastically change not just just the layout and size of the towns but increase strain on resources, involve more travel from these new developments either in and out of the towns or to and from the town centres. The very attractiveness of the places and sense of community that made them a desirable places to live will be diluted or destroyed. My main criticism is th
Jerry 07 Apr 2022

North Somerset Local Plan Preferred Options: Consultation Draft March 2022 3. Strategic Policies Strategic Policies

  • Comment ID: 30802721//1
There is some inconsistencies in the Green Belt and Settlement Boundary in Pill and I attach my comments on this.
Howard East 01 Apr 2022

North Somerset Local Plan Preferred Options: Consultation Draft March 2022 3. Strategic Policies Strategic Policies

  • Comment ID: 38868321//1
With respect to the North Somerset 15 year plan and the repercussions to residents. The plan has some noble benefits but I fail to see how the population with the average age range it is now can cope with the dramatic changes needed to life stile and employment the plan needs. It is simply putting the cart before the horse. At present the working population works away from Clevedon and commutes to the surrounding areas by car bus and one day by train. The non working population is elderly and a
Peter Tyler 14 Mar 2022

North Somerset Local Plan Preferred Options: Consultation Draft March 2022 3. Strategic Policies Strategic Policies

  • Comment ID: 29556097//1
Whilst mentioning the need for housing to be near work to reduce cars on the road this policy does not really do anything to support it. Maintaining the green belt around Bristol may satisfy the local residents - why wouldn't it? - but this is exactly the area crying out for housing and access to jobs in Bristol. You only need to look at the roads into Bristol at rush hours to see the extraordinary volume of vehicles coming from Weston and beyond. The policy dealing with villages outside Weston
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