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Mr and Mrs C Hunt 11 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Transport DM25

  • Comment ID: 8112801//4
  • Status: Accepted
The completion of the coastal path between Clevedon and WSM for walkers and cyclists would have benefits to both towns. The route is almost level and has the potential to be as successful as the Camel trail in Cornwall.
Mr and Mrs C Hunt 11 Apr 2013

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

  • Comment ID: 8112801//5
  • Status: Accepted
This proposal is acceptable but only if it is finally accepted by Government and no greater demands for more housing has to be met.
Mr and Mrs C Hunt 11 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Delivering Strong and Inclusive Communities DM35

  • Comment ID: 8112801//6
  • Status: Accepted
There needs to be more specific support for small to medium builders who are local and employ local workers. Sites or parcels of land which are suitable for up to say 5 or10 houses should be encouraged. Approving large developments for national builders will end in the awful sameness we see at Portishead and WSM.
Mr and Mrs C Hunt 11 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM1

  • Comment ID: 8112801//7
  • Status: Accepted
Building on low level land is endemic to this area but it has risks. Apart from the obvious risk of building below high tide levels in theBristol Channelthis land is usually soft silts and muds over layers of peat. The ancient rhynes and drainage ditches serve a purpose and allow winter flooding. If they are ignored by developers it will lead to future drainage problems. All these are not always the obvious ones and it is noticeable that in lower Clevedon and along the M5 there is evidence that
Mr and Mrs C Hunt 11 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Development Management Policies SP1

  • Comment ID: 8112801//1
  • Status: Accepted
There seem to be two main problems with the Policies Plan (PP). Firstly, there is the impending Court case which may make the whole consultation process invalid. We hope that the North Somerset Council's (NSC) opinion prevails. Secondly, there is no recognition ofBristol's declared ambition to meet its future housing needs by promoting development in North Somerset where it is close to theBristolboundary. This they propose to achieve by extensive development in Long Ashton, theBristolside of D
Mr and Mrs C Hunt 11 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Clevedon, Nailsea and Portishead PH3

  • Comment ID: 8112801//2
  • Status: Accepted
We support the re-introduction of the rail passenger service between Bristol and Portishead and wonder if there is a corridor that can be identified and reserved for its future extension to Clevedon, perhaps along the old line of the WC&P railway.
Mr and Mrs C Hunt 11 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Transport DM20

  • Comment ID: 8112801//3
  • Status: Accepted
Access by road to work inBristolis inhibited by traffic blockages at Junctions 19, 20 and 21 of the M5. The earmarking of land for an alternative to Junction 21 at WSM is a first step as bypassing the junction is desperately needed now. Let us hope that it is constructed soon. Queuing for Junction 21 in the evenings is terrible and accident prone, frequently extending all the way back to Clevedon. Despite recent improvements at Junction 19 Portbury it is possible that the only long term soluti