Site Allocations Plan March 2016

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Deleted User 22 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). Service Villages Moor Road, Yatton

  • Comment ID: 14813281//1
In summary, it’s my view that Yatton doesn’t want, or need, a further 83 homes insensitively located that would result in: 1. Loss of a delicate wildlife haven 2. The loss of the setting – Curtilage of a Grade II listed building 3. The loss of sports training pitches and green space. 4. The loss of a Gateway approach to Yatton 5. Increased flood risk 6. Increased traffic from its remote location
Sport England 18 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). Service Villages Moor Road, Yatton

  • Comment ID: 8126849//4
We would expect the sites at Moor Road, Yatton to meet one of the five exceptions above but in particular E4 - “The playing field or playing fields which would be lost as a result of the proposed development would be replaced by a playing field or playing fields of an equivalent or better quality and of equivalent or greater quantity, in a suitable location and subject to equivalent or better management arrangements, prior to the commencement of the development
Deleted User 15 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). Service Villages Moor Road, Yatton

  • Comment ID: 14204193//2
I write on behalf of Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group (YACWAG) The area adjacent to the curtilage of the Grade II Listed Building at the Grange and the remnant orchard should be excluded from the allocation. This area is ecologically sensitive; it is also close to the Kenn Moor SSSI and a YACWAG nature reserve
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