North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33

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Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Introduction

  • Comment ID: 9143265//1
See attached letter
Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Introduction

  • Comment ID: 14402401//1
I read with interest the document relating to the above consultations and note the increase of housing requirement will have to increase from 13,400 to 20,985 with a review by the end of 2018. My first thought on this is that some day the whole question of overpopulation in this country will have to be dealt with, as land is limited, but I don't suppose either you or I will be around to see this happen.
Vic Slater 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Introduction

  • Comment ID: 14402657//1
Further to our conversation earlier today, I feel that from a strategic development plan over a 20 year period, it would be beneficial to encompass the Core Strategy Plan within the Joint Spatial Plan and on the assumption that South Gloucester, Bristol, and BAINES have also prepared their Core Strategy Plans, these should also be included. I attended a West of England Joint Spatial and Transport Plan workshop in November and from a planning perspective, the five spatial scenarios under consider
North Somerset Levels IDB 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Introduction

  • Comment ID: 11734177//1
Internal Drainage Boards (IDBs) are statutory local public bodies with responsibilities for flood protection, land drainage and the environment. The Board are also classified as a Flood Risk Management Authority under the Flood and Water Management Act 2010.   IDBs are established in areas of special drainage need and under the Land Drainage Act 1991 they are required to exercise a general supervision over all matters relating to the drainage of land. It is important therefore that the plannin
Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt

  • Comment ID: 5118977//1
I welcome the restatement of this policy, which recognises the value of the Green Belt, and acknowledges the availability of brownfield sites for development.
Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt

  • Comment ID: 14402401//2
Although agreeing with this, residents of North Somerset Council should be able to access a definitive illustration/map of The Green Belt on the website or elsewhere to be certain developers are not planning beyond the boundary.
Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt

  • Comment ID: 14352161//2
I welcome NSC's restatement of this policy. I would object to any change to the Green belt, especially on the south side of Bristol. It is essential that we maintain a strategic gap between N Somerset and Bristol. The minute any building occurs around Bristol, you will see Bristol council and the Mayor argue that the city boundaries should be extended to include the new developments. We would then end up with the sort of massive developments that are occurring on the north side of the city. 
Dean Scott 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt

  • Comment ID: 1026369//1
We also welcome NSC's restatement of this policy. we would object to any change to the Green Belt, especially on the south side of Bristol. It is essential that we maintain a strategic gap between North Somerset and Bristol. The minute any building occurs around Bristol, you will see Bristol Council and the Mayor argue that the city boundaries should be extended to include the new developments; wWe would then end up with the sort of massive developments that are occurring on the north side of th
North Somerset Levels IDB 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt

  • Comment ID: 11734177//2
This policy remains unchanged and we have no further comment regarding this Policy  
Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt

  • Comment ID: 4207073//2
The local authority proposes no changes to the Green Belt policy, however in the absence of a proper assessment of the success or otherwise of existing spatial objectives, eg the jobs-led-housing strategy at WsM, or the alternative spatial options to deliver the higher housing figures, together with an updated SEA, it is not possible to determine whether this policy is sound. Therefore this is an objection to proposed policy CS 6. Until such time as a full assessment has been undertaken as set
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