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North Somerset Levels IDB 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS6, Modification CC-MM01

  • Comment ID: 11734177//1
This policy remains unchanged and we have no further comment.
Deleted User 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS6, Modification CC-MM01

  • Comment ID: 11224833//2
CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt The Council has not proposed any changes to the wording of Policy CS6 through Main Modifications. However, as drafted this policy would prevent any review of the Green Belt (except at Bristol Airport) until at least 2026. However, during the Examination the Council stated that whilst a full Green Belt Review had not been undertaken as part of the remitted policies process this would occur as part of the forthcoming WoE Joint Spatial Plan . This commitment shoul
Deleted User 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS6, Modification CC-MM01

  • Comment ID: 931233//1
We support the policy that Green Belt boundaries will remain unchanged during the plan period and agree that further Green Belt amendment would be premature in relation to Bristol Airport expansion. Bristol Airport's Master Plan from 2006 to 2030 and the planning and consultation undertaken in preparation for that plan took account of development until 2030 and therefore provides for development up to and beyond the Core Strategy period to 2026.
Deleted User 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS6, Modification CC-MM01

  • Comment ID: 11221409//2
As stated in our previous representations we broadly agree with this policy and suggest that the Green Belt should only be reviewed if the WoE Joint Spatial Plan identifies a much larger housing requirement target across the strategic area in 2018, or if non Green Belt sites fail to deliver sufficient housing supply.
Environment Agency 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS6, Modification CC-MM01

  • Comment ID: 1020673//1
No comment
Deleted User 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS6, Modification CC-MM01

  • Comment ID: 14869345//1
Halsall Homes support the principle of not amending the Green Belt as part of the North Somerset Core Strategy (2006-2026) process. Those Service Villages outside of the Green Belt, such as Churchill / Langford should instantaneously be considered as sequentially more preferable when considered in the context of the presumption in favour of sustainable development set out at NPPF Paragraph 14 (moreover Footnote 9). The exceptional circumstances required for the alteration of Green Belt boundari
Deleted User 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS6, Modification CC-MM01

  • Comment ID: 14352161//1
CS6 I support this policy. It is essential to maintain the green belt between Bristol and the villages in North Somerset in close proximity to Bristol.
Wrington Parish Council 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS6, Modification CC-MM01

  • Comment ID: 1019201//1
We are pleased to see that no revisions to the Green Belt are proposed. In particular, we note the statement that 'a key feature of Green Belts is their permanence'. In the past we have argued that some provision should have been made to compensate for the loss of Green Belt land in this parish as a result of the inset created at the airport site, this by at least extending the Green Belt boundary to the south to meet the Congresbury Yeo (Bristol Airport is within Wrington Parish). We note and
Kingston Seymour Parish Council 03 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS6, Modification CC-MM01

  • Comment ID: 15298593//1
KSPC welcomes the retention of the policy on the Green Belt. No further amendment to the green belt at Bristol Airport should be considered unless under exceptional circumstances.
Deleted User 02 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS6, Modification CC-MM01

  • Comment ID: 1025793//1
The Bristol Port Company notes from the proposed text in the Schedule of Main Modifications (July 2016) relating to Policy CS6 Green Belt that NSC intends that the boundaries of the Bristol-Bath Green Belt will remain unchanged during the plan period. Policy CS24 states that, apart from the development of the currently safeguarded land at Court House Farm, no expansion of the Port in North Somerset is supported. We understand this to mean that no further modifications will be considered or made
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