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Deleted User 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS19, Modification CC-MM03

  • Comment ID: 11221409//3
Policy CS19 – Strategic Gaps states that: 'the identification of these gaps will help prevent their erosion by incremental development which would be detrimental to the settlements' separate identities, individual character and/or landscape setting. Such protection is particularly important where such erosion could potentially cause coalescence of the settlements'. This currently remitted policy aims to restrict development between established settlements. As stated in our previous representati
Deleted User 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS19, Modification CC-MM03

  • Comment ID: 931233//3
We acknowledge and support policy to protect strategic gaps to help retain the separate identity, character and/or landscape setting of settlements and distinct parts of settlements. Background, Para 2 contends that 'Without the added protection of strategic gap designation, it is likely that incremental development would eventually erode the gaps with the detrimental effect identified above. This statement reinforces the proposed inappropriate policies in CS14 that seeks to allow for developme
Deleted User 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS19, Modification CC-MM03

  • Comment ID: 14352161//3
I support this policy but would ask that a strategic gap between Long Ashton and Failand is included. It is essential to maintain a strategic gap between North Somerset and Bristol.
Wrington Parish Council 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS19, Modification CC-MM03

  • Comment ID: 1019201//3
We support this policy and note that the list shown is not to be considered exhaustive. For example, a strategic gap would appear to be appropriate between Banwell and the increasing development on the former RAF Locking site. If strategic gaps are to 'retain the separate identity, character and/or landscape setting of settlements and distinct parts of settlements' then they will need to be clearly defined and, importantly, reviewed on an agreed timescale in relation to evolving land use and th
North Somerset Levels IDB 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS19, Modification CC-MM03

  • Comment ID: 11734177//3
We note that there is no change to this policy and have no further comment.
Environment Agency 05 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS19, Modification CC-MM03

  • Comment ID: 1020673//3
No comment
Kingston Seymour Parish Council 03 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS19, Modification CC-MM03

  • Comment ID: 15298593//3
Kingston Seymour Parish Council strongly supports the retention of this policy. We suggest that in addition to those areas already identified, strategic gaps should be in place between Yatton and Kenn and Kenn and Clevedon
Churchill Parish Council 01 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS19, Modification CC-MM03

  • Comment ID: 1190177//3
This strategy makes no reference to any strategic gaps on A38 route. This is in contrast to the A370 and other heavily trafficked routes through North Somerset. In these circumstances developers & planners will consider that no constraints apply along the A38 from the southern boundary of the Green Belt to the northern boundary of the area administered by Somerset County Council. To discourage ribbon development and safeguard views from the Mendip ANOB Churchill Parish Council requests that, af
Deleted User 01 Sep 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS19, Modification CC-MM03

  • Comment ID: 8122977//3
Policy CS19: Strategic gaps I strongly support this policy, and suggest CS19 should specifically identify additional strategic gaps, given their importance in maintaining village identity, and preventing coalescence of infill as well as service villages. North Somerset's settlements must maintain their individual character and historic setting within the landscape. Development must be focused to existing built up areas with sustainable links to community uses, infrastructure and public transpor
Viv Tomkinson 28 Aug 2016

Core Strategy-Examination into consequential changes of remaining remitted policies Proposed main modifications Policy CS19, Modification CC-MM03

  • Comment ID: 15569185//2
CS19: Strategic Gaps 1. We endorse the council's commitment to protect strategic gaps between settlements. 2. The text under the heading of Core Strategy approach is misleading. This suggests that no strategic gaps have actually been designated – only that some"locations have been identified for investigation for possible designation as strategic gaps". We understood that the area between Yatton and Congresbury was already designated as a strategic gap and we believe that it is essential that
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