Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Stage

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B Moss 10 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Local Housing Growth Where will the non-strategic sites be?

  • Comment ID: 21235233//4
Community-led, low-impact, zero-carbon, affordable housing must be prioritised in exploring 'non-strategic' housing developments. The imperatives of local livelihoods, zero-carbon living, and community based responses to nationally imposed guidelines are essential. Development of housing in this way should be prioritised to low-impact, community-led housing and the zero-carbon livelihoods therein. Organisations such as the Ecological Land Co-op and Ecomotive are pioneers in such activities
Vence LLP 10 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Local Housing Growth Where will the non-strategic sites be?

  • Comment ID: 21466625//4
Suggested amendment to SHLAA site HE18287
Wainhomes 10 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Local Housing Growth Where will the non-strategic sites be?

  • Comment ID: 21493473//2
The acknowledgement that proportional growth will differ from place to place based on a number of factors is generally welcomed.
C Twine 10 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Local Housing Growth Where will the non-strategic sites be?

  • Comment ID: 21525345//3
Our clients land at Winford is sustainably located and well related to the existing settlement. It is relatively unconstrained (beyond the Green Belt designation) and offers a realistic prospect of delivering non-strategic development. We believe that there is an existing affordable housing need within the Winford and adjoining Parishes which cannot easily be met, and we want to work with officers and the local community to explore this further.
Gallagher Estates (represented… 10 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Local Housing Growth Where will the non-strategic sites be?

  • Comment ID: 21604257//5
Based on the existing JSP housing requirement, non-strategic housing growth will therefore need to increase significantly from 1,000 to at least 4,025 homes by 2036.
FH 09 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Local Housing Growth Where will the non-strategic sites be?

  • Comment ID: 18463105//4
Brownfield sites
Diane 09 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Local Housing Growth Where will the non-strategic sites be?

  • Comment ID: 8052353//2
How will Neighbourhood Plans fit with the Local Plan? A reference to Town Visions would be appropriate in this section.
Kit Stokes 07 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Local Housing Growth Where will the non-strategic sites be?

  • Comment ID: 18477217//5
Builders Yard Weston Road Long Ashton 30 houses
Cresten 28 Nov 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Local Housing Growth Where will the non-strategic sites be?

  • Comment ID: 21154625//4
Lack of an overall strategy for locating non-strategic development, and promoting smaller developments contributing less CIL, will enlarge communities without providing necessary facilities..
Tom Leimdorfer 24 Nov 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Local Housing Growth Where will the non-strategic sites be?

  • Comment ID: 936033//5
The 'call for sites' and SHLAA process confuses residents, particularly where a Neighbourhood Plan is being developed at the same time. There needs to be clarity and transparency about the status of sites listed, where they are not part of any adopted Sites Allocation and are contrary to proposals in emerging Neighbourhood Plans.