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Deleted User 05 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS11: Parking CS11: Parking

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/14
  • Status: Accepted
Recent residential development has whilst providing garages, built them too small for the majority of cars, resulting in parking problems within the estate and elsewhere. Commercial development must have conditions imposed to provide adequate parking on site.
Deleted User 05 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/7
  • Status: Accepted
It is vital, we believe, that there is a sequential approach to development with brownfield sites being developed before Green Belt land, and agricultural land, of whatever quality, last.
Deleted User 05 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS10: Transport and Movement CS10: Transport and Movement

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/8
  • Status: Accepted
We believe that it is imperative that adequate transport infrastructure is put in place either before, or at least in conjunction with large residential development taking place. This should include measures outside the area of development where traffic congestion is likely to be caused. No large development should get permission to proceed to the south or north of Long Ashton without infrastructure improvement to the river crossing giving access to Bristol the M4 and M5.
Deleted User 05 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS3: Environmental Risk Management CS3: Environmental Risk Management

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/9
  • Status: Accepted
We have experienced large development in our village over recent years and as a result flooding has occured where previously there was none. In addition increased problems have been experienced where existing flooding occured. It should be noted that local knowledge is often more informed than expert opinion.
Deleted User 05 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Further Comments Content

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/10
  • Status: Accepted
Farming Land We consider it vital, in the interest of the future of our country, that farming land is retained for the production of food. The lower quality farm land is valuable and should only be released on a sequential basis and only where there is proven need. Brown field sites first.
Deleted User 05 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Delivering Strong and Inclusive Communities CS15: Mixed and Balanced Communities CS15: Mixed and Balanced Communities

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/11
  • Status: Accepted
Housing for the elderly is important given the growing elderly population. The supply of bungalows falls well short of demand and should be considered in any development.
Deleted User 05 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS5: Landscape and Historic Environment CS5: Landscape and Historic Environment

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/12
  • Status: Accepted
Measures should be put in place to ensure that, in particular with large applications/developments, amendments agreed between the developer and planning officer are not rubber stamped without the parish council being informed. This will avoid features important to the community whatever they may be, architectural or otherwise, being lost through an uninformed decision.
Deleted User 05 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS10: Transport and Movement CS10: Transport and Movement

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/13
  • Status: Accepted
Frequent and affordable local public transport is essential in order to minimise the increase in traffic, in addition of course to cycle ways and footpaths.
Deleted User 12 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS2: Delivering Sustainable Design and Construction CS2: Delivering Sustainable Design and Construction

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
We strongly agree that all homes should be built to Code f or Sustainable Homes Level 4 and where possible would like to see level 5 reached.
Deleted User 12 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS10: Transport and Movement CS10: Transport and Movement

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/2
  • Status: Accepted
The Parish Council is opposed to South Bristol Link alongside the BRT route and still prefer the Barrow Gurney Bypass. The Long Ashton Parish Council is strongly of the opinion there should be no sizeable development in North Somerset close to Bristol before adequate transport infrastructure is in place.
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