Site Allocations Plan March 2016

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Deleted User 28 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Introduction Plan making progress

  • Comment ID: 14827873//1
Consultation process has not adequately engaged and collaborated with people in Nailsea.
Deleted User 28 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Introduction Plan making progress

  • Comment ID: 14512545//2
Nailsea and some service villages are under undue pressure to increase their housing numbers. Long Ashton and Failand seem to be unaffected by these proposals even though they have better access to the main employment hub, community and leisure facilities in Bristol. The new South Bristol link road will also provide potential for new housing, employment and community facilities with direct access to Bristol. This would ease the burden elsewhere in North Somerset.
Nailsea Action Group 27 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Introduction Plan making progress

  • Comment ID: 14823809//3
Comment on the Planning Process and engagement with Nailsea residents.
Yatton Parish Council 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Introduction Plan making progress

  • Comment ID: 3106433//1
Consider that this process of consultation for the SAP does not follow due judicial process and is considered undemocratic by the fact that North Somerset Council Planning Committee has already approved three planning applications submitted prior to the SAP consultation and without approval by the Inspectorate and Secretary of State. These three developments are Arnolds Way Phase 1 and 2 (Bloor) with houses already being built, and Land at North End Yatton (Hallam) and a five arm roundabout.