Draft National Planning Policy Framework (North Somerset Core Strategy)

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Persimmon Special Projects Western 22 Aug 2011

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (no name)

  • Comment ID: 3998081/-/1
The following comments are submitted on behalf of Persimmon Special Projects Western and supplement the comments previously submitted on the Core Strategy. Introduction Our comments are principally related to issues where we have a direct interest, but it is important to note that in general terms the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) has not been taken account of because clearly the North Somerset Core Strategy was submitted before the NPPF was published. We consider that the NPPF
Deleted User 22 Aug 2011

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (no name)

  • Comment ID: 931233/-/1
CPRE North Somerset District response to North Somerset Council Consultation on the North Somerset Core Strategy Draft National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) CPRE North Somerset welcomes the opportunity to respond to the North Somerset Council Consultation on the North Somerset Core Strategy Draft National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). We are extremely concerned by the proposals in the Draft National Planning Policy Framework and the potential impact of the proposals on North Somerset Co
The University of Bristol 22 Aug 2011

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (no name)

  • Comment ID: 5241921/-/1
1.1 Alder King Planning Consultants have been instructed by the University of Bristol to submit representations to the Draft National Planning Policy Framework (DNPPF). The representation is structured against the context of North Somerset Council's emerging Core Strategy, in particular the Council's application of housing and Green Belt policy. 1.2 Detailed representations have already been submitted at all stages of the Core Strategy. Therefore, to avoid unnecessary repetition of earlier arg
Cleeve Parish Council 22 Aug 2011

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1045633/-/1
Cleeve Parish Council is broadly in consensus with the North Somerset Core Strategy however would like to make the following comments about the implications of the draft National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF): ยท The Council is very concerned that the framework introduces a presumption in favour of sustainable development and that the default decision will be "yes". The Council agrees that development proposals that are in line with local views and local plans should be approved but
Deleted User 22 Aug 2011

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (no name)

  • Comment ID: 5242817/-/1
From the Barrow Gurney Parish view, on Transport under paragraph 86 we would like to see it amended as follows: 86. All developments that generate significant amounts of movement, as determined by local criteria, should be supported by a Transport Statement or Transport Assessment including Environmental Traffic Impact Assessment where appropriate. Planning policies and decisions should consider whether: the opportunities for sustainable modes have been taken up depending on the nature a
Deleted User 22 Aug 2011

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1010593/-/1
The Parish Councils Airport Association (PCCA) has contributed to NS Core Strategy particularly on CS23 Bristol Airport. The Core Strategy emphasises the importance of delivering strong and inclusive communities and living within environmental limits however the draft National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) appears likely to have implications for the North Somerset Core Strategy and undermine its vision and objectives. The Core Strategy is now well known and the public has been widely consul
Wrington Parish Council 22 Aug 2011

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (no name)

  • Comment ID: 5243073/-/1
I am writing on behalf of Wrington Parish Council in response to your invitation for comments on the draft NPPF and its potential impacts on the Core Strategy. First, we are concerned about the time allowed for submitting responses, which seems to be particularly short in this holiday period and is arguably in conflict with adopted SCI consultation timescales. It might at least have been expected that representations could be submitted until 14 September, as with comments on the Proposed Change
Wrington Parish Council 22 Aug 2011

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (no name)

  • Comment ID: 5243073/-/2
Extract from CPRE briefing document, August 2011 This extract is submitted by Wrington Parish Council (WPC) in response to an invitation from NSC for comments on the draft NPPF and the implications this might have for the NS Core Strategy. Note that where 'CPRE' is referred to below it can in each case be considered to relate equally to WPC. An outline of CPRE's (and WPC's) areas of concern, and how these might be addressed, is set out below. The presumption in favour of sustainable developm
Deleted User 22 Aug 2011

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (no name)

  • Comment ID: 4208609/-/1
The NPPF represents a clear expression of the Government's intent for the planning system and a direction of travel as to what is expected of, and from, that system. The publication of the DNPPF raises questions about Local Plan preparation and the need for these documents to respond to the final published version. We therefore welcome the opportunity to comment on the CS as we consider that the DNPPF has fundamental implications for the CS. For example, paragraph 107 of the DNPPR states: "The G
Deleted User 22 Aug 2011

Draft National Planning Policy Framework (no name)

  • Comment ID: 5250849/-/1
1 Introduction 1.1 North Somerset Council has written to participants in the Examination of the Core Strategy seeking views on the NPPF and how it might have implications for the North Somerset Core Strategy. It is noted in the letter that the NPPF 'indicates the direction of central government planning policy and is a consideration material to the Core Strategy Examination'. 1.2 These representations are a reflection on the implications of the Draft NPPF for taking forward the North Somerset
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