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GOSW 17 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Further Comments Content

  • Comment ID: 1017121/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
Generally this sets out a logical and reasonable approach to development in North Somerset, apart from our concerns over the SW Bristol Urban Extension.
Natural England 16 Mar 2010

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  • Comment ID: 2862209/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
We congratulate the authority on the production of a forward looking document within which we find much to welcome. With careful implementation, we believe it has the potential to help promote a more sustainable future for North Somerset.
Deleted User 05 Mar 2010

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  • Comment ID: 1014881/CSCD/10
  • Status: Accepted
Farming Land We consider it vital, in the interest of the future of our country, that farming land is retained for the production of food. The lower quality farm land is valuable and should only be released on a sequential basis and only where there is proven need. Brown field sites first.
Nailsea Town Council 02 Mar 2010

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  • Comment ID: 706241/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
The Town Council generally supports the aims and intentions of the Core Strategy and is pleased to acknowledge that the Strategy incorporates the key conclusions and priorities of the Nailsea Parish Plan. A clear omission is the need to encompass the development of leisure and culture as vital components of sustainable communities. A district wide strategy for leisure facilities is essential.
barrow gurney parish council 01 Mar 2010

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  • Comment ID: 1047777/CSCD/10
  • Status: Accepted
We see priorities as being: 1/ good and sustainable infrastructure ahead of any development, 2/ Link road to the airport to be by the shortest and least damaging means to bring best relief to the village, 3/ retention of as much Green Belt as is possible, 4/ size of any development to be within the limits of infrastructure, so as to avoid severe delays and chaos on A370 and A38 and to be sustainable and low carbon usage, and to be well designed and compatible with the landscape.
Deleted User 19 Feb 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Further Comments Content

  • Comment ID: 2892385/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
We base our assessment with regard to government policy and advice. Support the emphasis /commitments throughout document recognising North Somerset has broad rich spectrum of historic assets. Some significant adjustments re historic environment evidence since the ISO stage, and we look forward to working in partnership with you to support delivery of most of the Strategy's ambitions. Pleased to see strong thread throughout document indicating historic environment has been considered.
Dundry Parish Council 18 Feb 2010

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  • Comment ID: 3324353/CSCD/15
  • Status: Accepted
Apart from comments made on individual items, Dundry Parish Council supports the draft Core Strategy
North Somerset Local Access Forum 17 Feb 2010

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  • Comment ID: 931713/CSCD/6
  • Status: Accepted
In general, the Local Access Forum feels that the Core Strategy does not give sufficient weight to the importance of the prow network (and the statutory Rights of Way Improvement Plan) and its actual and potential contribution to the Core Strategy as a whole, particularly green infrastructure, transport, tourism, healthy living, and recreation.
Deleted User 17 Feb 2010

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  • Comment ID: 3359681/CSCD/9
  • Status: Accepted
The Trust welcomes the recognition of Pill / Easton-in-Gordano as a service village and believes that the Orchard View site should fall within the defined limits of the settlement of Pill in order to realise its potential for delivering a sustainable mixed use extension. The site's redevelopment could provide much needed housing, employment and/or healthcare provision, required in order to meet the RSS targets.
Bleadon Parish Council 12 Feb 2010

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  • Comment ID: 1189953/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
Support opposition to RSS in respect of proposed development at SW Bristol, and the protection of the countryside in North Somerset.