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 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. 
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 CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 14352161//3
The distribution of numbers across the county as set out seems a reasonable solution (and promoting increased employment in WSM is to be welcomed), but clearly any additional housing developments in the towns of Nailsea, Clevedon and Portishead will impact on traffic flows (which have increased significantly in the past decade) with significant pinch points between N Somerset and Bristol, especially over the bridges.  Public transport also needs to be significantly improved and more joined up, i
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 CS19: Strategic Gaps

  • Comment ID: 14352161//4
I support the wording of CS19 Strategic Gaps.
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: 14352161//1
These additional housing numbers are being forced on North Somerset by central Government, due to unsustainable population influx to the UK. It is unclear how numbers may be affected in 2017 if the UK votes to leave/remain in the EU.