Site Allocations Plan March 2016

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Nailsea Action Group 27 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Nailsea Trendlewood Way

  • Comment ID: 14823809//7
Nailsea Action Group comments on Trendlewood Way
Deleted User 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Nailsea Trendlewood Way

  • Comment ID: 5060577//1
While I am not against development of the site, this needs to be in keeping with the low density of the surrounding residential developments. The real gap in the area is for high quality low density housing, aimed at the healthy retired, who would then downsize, vacating larger houses, which in turn would be available for families. This site would be particularly attractive to the healthy retired as it is very convenient for public transport, both bus and rail, so lessening the need for a car
Deleted User 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Nailsea Trendlewood Way

  • Comment ID: 14819585//1
Endorsement of local group concerns. Particularly concerned about the effect on wildlife.
Deleted User 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Nailsea Trendlewood Way

  • Comment ID: 14818817//1
Limited development in keeping with the surrounding properties, preferably suitable for the retired wishing to downsize. Careful consideration of the impact of all the proposed development on the main access routes into Nailsea, especially Station Road.
P. Butler 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Nailsea Trendlewood Way

  • Comment ID: 14823393//3
Need to consider removal from Schedule 1 Site Allocation Plan or entry amended as described in attached pdf file.
Deleted User 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Nailsea Trendlewood Way

  • Comment ID: 14823873//2
Low density with lots of trees - preserve the general character.
Deleted User 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Nailsea Trendlewood Way

  • Comment ID: 14822049//1
Land at Trendlewood Way Nailsea unsuitable for development because of suggested high density , poor road network, town centre parking issues , impact on wildlife and site was bequeathed to benefit the elderly and should be used for this purpose
North Somerset Flood Risk Mana… 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Nailsea Trendlewood Way

  • Comment ID: 14550881//60
Having looked at the site from an ordinary watercourse, surface water and ground water flooding point of view we have the following comments: Drainage Category 2 - The site could be drained by sustainable drainage, however there are constraints and these need to be considered in the design Reason – Groundwater Vulnerability, Susceptible to groundwater flooding
Deleted User 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Nailsea Trendlewood Way

  • Comment ID: 14822337//1
I understand that there is a requirement of new homes needed in this area and would suggest a smaller number of homes in keeping with the existing environment . As Mary Shepstone left the fields to two charities and her wishes were to serve the community, another suggestion would be to build a small residential home(s) for elderly wishing to retire. Lastly, please consider the existing residents and how this would effect not only the Trendlewood Road itself having parked cars and noise
Deleted User 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Nailsea Trendlewood Way

  • Comment ID: 14823969//1
I Knew Mary Shepstone personally as a neighbour from 1942 until her death in 2002 - 60 Years, and I knew her wishes and intentions for her land. My objection to the proposed development is not a valid planning objection. It is a VERY STRONG MORAL ARGUMENT as the Local Authority and charities know very well