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Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 17924353//1
This is a joint response by the development industry consortium to the North Somerset Council Site Allocations Plan: Main Modifications consultation. This statement is agreed by: Paul Davis on behalf of Persimmon Homes Robert Wilding on behalf of Gladman Developments Ltd Lucy White on behalf of Redcliffe Homes Dr Tom Rocke on behalf of MacTaggart and Mickel Homes Jeff Richards on behalf of Taylor Wimpey Peter Stockall on behalf of St Modwen Mark Jackson on behalf of Gleeson Homes Introduction
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 17925921//1
Claverham Works, Bishops Road, Claverham, BS49 4NF Sites and Policies Plan, Part 2: Site Allocations Plan – Main Modifications Consultation Town and Country Planning Act (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 Introduction and Background We write on behalf of our client, Newland Homes, to make representations to the Proposed Main Modifications to the Sites and Policies Plan Part 2: Site Allocations Plan (SAP) prepared by North Somerset Council. The SAP underwent examination by the Planni
Wrington Parish Council 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM79

  • Comment ID: 1019201//3
Policy SA8 – Community Use Allocations We have commented previously that we were pleased to see that designation of land to the south (and east) of Rickyard Rd had been carried over as strategic open space for community use. We had emphasised our support for this designation. We now find it suggested under MM79 and AM107, and what is described as; 'Strategic Open Space - South of Rickyard Road, Wrington', to 'Delete the strategic open space allocation' with this justified as the 'Land is priv
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 16098881//1
SITE ALLOCATIONS PLAN EXAMINATION: Proposed Modifications Consultation to the Site Allocations Plan I am writing on behalf of our client, Nailsea Holdings LVA LLP, in respect of the above consultation. This follows similar submissions sent to the Council in August 2017. In the first instance our client welcomes the removal of land North of Greenfield Crescent and Woodland Road, Nailsea as proposed Strategic Open Space (community facilities). This representation covers the following matters:
Sally Bartlett 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 14822593//2
I would like to add my agreement to the comments and opinions stated by the Wrington Village Alliance. Given the evidence that was submitted to the recent inquiry (APP/DO121/W/16/3166147) for planning application for 59 Houses on this site, it would be extremely short sighted of North Somerset Council to include this site for residential development. The evidence submitted to the inquiry by the WVA and residents at the public session proved that the Flood Risk Team, Highways and NSC planning hav
ajh 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM62

  • Comment ID: 11806881//2
See Attachment for comments regartding MM25 and MM62
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM2

  • Comment ID: 17860001//1
The removal of the draft schedule 3 of safeguarded employment sites and a more positive re-wording of policy SA4 to allow a considered case to be made on a site by site basis is welcomed as being more in line with NPPF guidance. However the drafting should acknowledge that many good employment uses fall outside of the B1 – B8 employment sector and yet still provide important employment, economic and social opportunities. Many of these can sit alongside other employment and residential type uses
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 14819425//2
MM25 Land at Cox's green I object to this site being included in the site allocations plan for the following reasons: Sustainability – this is an unsustainable site, it lies outside the village boundary, a sizeable distance from the village centre, potential residents would be extremely unlikely to walk to and from the village if they have small children, are elderly or infirm. Lack of public transport- there is an extremely limited bus service that only operates at limited times of the day a
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 17923105//1
We wish to comment on and oppose the plan under consideration to build 28 houses at Cox's Green Wrington (MM25). The fields on this site are on a flood plain bordered by the river and a network of springs which always floods during heavy rain. Wrington has had serious flooding issues in the past and this can only get worse if the land is concreted over. All the roads coming into the village are narrow, winding and can become very congested at peak times. Delivery lorries coming and going to th
South Bristol Business (M. Knight) 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 17923265//1
Who we are: South Bristol Business is an informal group of businesses who came together in 2009 to give positive support to the plans to build the South Bristol Link. We are committed to continuing to give support to plans to further improve the wider economy of South Bristol. SBB - Response. We welcome the opportunity Local Plan Consultation gives to introduce ourselves to North Somerset Council and to convey our private sector business based comments. House-building. South Bristol Business s
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