Site Allocations Plan March 2016

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Deleted User 25 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: 14819073//1
Thirty dwellings (with or without a shop) would be an irresponsible development of this site. This density would not be in keeping with the local area and would cause parking issues (and therefore increased danger) on Trendlewood Way. It would also be damaging for the rich wildlife of the area. A shop is not needed given that, in reality, few people would actually walk to it. Therefore, most of its customers would be in a car and hence could easily use any of the existing shops in Nailsea.
Deleted User 25 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: 14818497//1
Put a sympathetic, small development on Trendlewood Way fields that will enhance Trendlewood Way without causing traffic chaos. No shop needed.
Deleted User 23 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: 14811169//1
Significant over -development of this land. Out of keeping with surrounding properties. Negative impact on the character and appeal of the local area. Huge negative impact on wildlife and the ecology of the area. Smaller lower density development that retains some green space should be the way forward.
Deleted User 20 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: 14808769//1
physical infrastructure - concerns around parking / traffic at this junction. Volume/ density of of houses proposed in this space, and corresponding parking considerations and impacts. Shop proposal attracts further parking and traffic challenges. Safety of local children walking to schools in this scenario. self contained employment limited - increased commuting / traffic pressures need addressing/ extension of railway car park.
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