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

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Dean Scott 19 Dec 2015

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

  • Comment ID: 1026369//2
We believe the strategy is well set out and although the 20,985 figure is somewhat disappointingly high, North Somerset Council have distributed the housing in a well thought out structured approach. We are alarmed that there will be another review before the end of 2018 and, in particular, NSC Council having to work with Bristol Council who in our view are driven by profit, and a mayor who is a complete moron and does not listen at all to the people who elected him.
Dean Scott 19 Dec 2015

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

  • Comment ID: 1026369//3
We believe CS32 policy of small scale development within the identified service villages to be the correct approach and the best way for housing distribution. The pressure from developers to make large new urban areas for easy profit must be resisted.
Dean Scott 19 Dec 2015

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

  • Comment ID: 1026369//4
We are pleased that the settlement boundaries will remain unchanged, We believe this is the correct approach and trust North Somerset Council will honour this although we believe NSC will be pressured by developers to change this.
Dean Scott 19 Dec 2015

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

  • Comment ID: 1026369//5
It is vital the council do protect strategic gaps to help retain the separate identity, character and/or landscape setting of settlements and distinct parts of settlements. We are nothing like our neighbouring council authorities and we dont want to be, North Somerset Council makes its decisions in the interest of its residents, authorioties such as Bristol City Coucil most certainly do not
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