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Deleted User 19 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Ensuring Safe and Healthy Communities DM72

  • Comment ID: 8065665//7
  • Status: Accepted
We provide representations on the proposed designation of the Nailsea Glassworks site as Strategic Open Space on behalf of the owner of the adjoining land (The Royal Oak 41 High Street Nailsea). The site is listed as protected under policy DM72 which provides criteria for the assessment of new proposals for sporting, cultural or community facilities. This policy does not appear applicable to Glassworks site which does not provide any sporting, cultural or community facilities at present. It is
Deleted User 19 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Delivering Strong and Inclusive Communities DM33

  • Comment ID: 8065665//9
  • Status: Accepted
We submit comments on behalf of the owners of Backwell House (Hobbes Properties) who are also the owners of the adjoining Flax Bourton Quarry and works. Backwell House is a Grade II Listed House with extensive outbuildings and a walled garden that is located within the Green Belt but close to the settlement boundary of Backwell as shown on the attached plans. The house has been empty for some years and is falling into disrepair. The owners are reluctant to sell the property on the grounds that
Deleted User 19 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Delivering Strong and Inclusive Communities DM34

  • Comment ID: 8065665//10
  • Status: Accepted
Request: The Cleeve Import Centre (Car Sales Site) at No. 62 Main Road Cleeve be included as an allocated housing site. The site is located close to the centre of the village of Cleeve (adjoining the public house, Parish Hall and recreation ground) with excellent access to public transport. The development of the site for approx. 12 houses would improve the appearance of the village and provide smaller houses that would be affordable for young families who wish to move to or stay in the village
Deleted User 19 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Clevedon, Nailsea and Portishead NA1

  • Comment ID: 8065665//8
  • Status: Accepted
We provide representations on the proposed designation of the Nailsea Glassworks site as Strategic Open Space on behalf of the owner of the adjoining land (The Royal Oak 41 High Street Nailsea). The site is listed as protected under policy DM72 which provides criteria for the assessment of new proposals for sporting, cultural or community facilities. This policy does not appear applicable to Glassworks site which does not provide any sporting, cultural or community facilities at present. It is
Deleted User 18 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Ensuring Safe and Healthy Communities DM74

  • Comment ID: 8065665//5
  • Status: Accepted
We make representations on behalf of the owners of No. 60 Station Road Nailsea to support the removal of the allocation of the land to the rear of No. 60 Station Road. We note a number of objections from local residents to this deallocation and comments in support of the allocation of this land as Local Green Space. In response the site is privately owned and is used as a garden area in relation to the dwelling at No. 60 Station Road. The site is fenced off and no public rights of access to th
Deleted User 18 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Delivering Strong and Inclusive Communities DM33

  • Comment ID: 8065665//6
  • Status: Accepted
We write to submit representations on behalf of the owners of No. 112 Worlebury Road. This land (plans attached) should be included within the settlement boundary of Weston-super-Mare. The area consists of residential gardens and houses and is within the residential area of Worlebury. The allocation of the settlement boundary line around the adjoining property but not these houses appears arbitrary and prevents any meaningful development of an overly large garden area in a sustainable location.
Deleted User 18 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Ensuring Safe and Healthy Communities DM74

  • Comment ID: 8065665//4
  • Status: Accepted
This proposed policy relies the interpretation of undesignated green space making a 'worthwhile contribution' contribution to the townscape, character, setting and visual attractiveness of the settlement. 'Worthwhile contribution' is too ambiguous a term to be used to judge the value of an area - it is suggested that this be replaced with a more substantive term such as 'significant contribution' or 'demonstrable contribution'.
Deleted User 20 Mar 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Delivering Strong and Inclusive Communities DM33

  • Comment ID: 8065665//2
  • Status: Accepted
Case for inclusion of Cleeve Motor Vehicle Import Centre (62 Main Road Cleeve) within the settlement boundary of Cleeve Please refer to the PDFs attached providing a site location plan and information sheets relating to the site. The site is a previously developed site and is a former petrol filling station that is currently used for the sale of second hand caravans and camper vans. The site is positioned in the Green Belt but directly adjoins the settlement boundary of Cleeve in a prominent l
Deleted User 20 Mar 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Delivering Strong and Inclusive Communities DM34

  • Comment ID: 8065665//3
  • Status: Accepted
The site at 62 Main Road Cleeve (attached PDF) should be included in the schedule to provide 12 houses. This is previously developed land located at the centre of the village with excellent access to local amenities. The failure to allocate any land for residential purposes in this village undermines the ability of local families to remain in the area and will cause an inbalance in the demographics of the area which will be dominated by older residents who remain in the area.
Deleted User 20 Mar 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM3-8

  • Comment ID: 8065665//1
  • Status: Accepted
Policy DM7 states that the council will seek a field evaluation and assessment to establish the extent and importance of the remains before the planning application is determined. The policy should state that where a desktop assessment has established that significant archaeological resources are present a field evaluation will be required. Field evaluations are costly exercises and impact the viability of schemes and should not be required as a matter of course.