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Environment Agency 24 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Emerging Guidelines for Development

  • Comment ID: 1020673/CSCD/53
  • Status: Accepted
As NSC is non-supportive of the extension, you have not undertaken a detailed Level 2 SFRA assessment to inform this area of search. NSC has confirmed that it would have to be a developer led study.
Deleted User 19 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Emerging Guidelines for Development

  • Comment ID: 929825/CSCD/6
  • Status: Accepted
The FC intends to comment on proposals for this development as they emerge and evolve. However, we note the recognition of the importance of protecting existing woodlands, especially the ancient woodlands, within the area to be developed, but also in neighbouring areas such as Barrow Hospital. The FC is also keen to ensure that green infrastructure provision is central to the design of the development.
Friends of Suburban Bristol Ra… 19 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Emerging Guidelines for Development

  • Comment ID: 3329249/CSCD/2
  • Status: Accepted
FOSBR (Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways) urges that the 'critical transport infrastructure' mentioned in guideline (2) should include reopening the station at Long Ashton. This would serve both Long Ashton itself, a village that generates significant commuter traffic into Bristol, and the development proposed for the Yanley area.
Deleted User 19 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Emerging Guidelines for Development

  • Comment ID: 1056641/CSCD/2
  • Status: Accepted
Planning for the SW Bristol urban extension should not adversely affect but support and enhance South Bristol's established areas, with particular regard to transport infrastructure and the siting of sensitive development.
Bristol Water 19 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Emerging Guidelines for Development

  • Comment ID: 933697/CSCD/25
  • Status: Accepted
Point 4: It will be necessary to ensure that green space and green infrastructure provision is not the only central feature identified as being important for new development. We are pleased to see that there is a direct reference to the Barrow reservoirs, but are unclear from point no.11 precisely what may be intended by reference to 'any necessary measures'. At point no.12, we would wish to see 'community involvement' broadened to include reference to stakeholders and utility providers.
Dean Scott 19 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Emerging Guidelines for Development

  • Comment ID: 1026369/CSCD/2
  • Status: Accepted
I am totally opposed to any development in the Green Belt.
Deleted User 18 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Emerging Guidelines for Development

  • Comment ID: 1050337/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
Bristol should be finding brownfield sites for it's projected housing needs and leave the Green Belt and North Somerset alone. The existing Green Belt should not be obliterated.The Land Trust proposals, if allowed, will result in urban sprawl swallowing up the village of Long Ashton.
Deleted User 12 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Emerging Guidelines for Development

  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/5
  • Status: Accepted
Site to the east of Yanley Lane and north of the railway line. This area is a vital green buffer between Long Ashton and the city and should be safeguarded at all costs. We support 5.23 Paragraph 1 and do not wish to be linked to Bristol in any way.