Site Allocations Plan March 2016

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Gladman Developments Ltd 03 May 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Detailed Policies Housing Context

  • Comment ID: 11199745//4
Object to proposed residual housing requirement of 1,715 units; there is a significantly greater shortfall to meet with additional allocations. Reasons will be examined through the Core Strategy Remitted Policies Examination, and are also set out in our detailed comments on SAP.
Wrington Parish Council 28 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Detailed Policies Housing Context

  • Comment ID: 1019201//9
Discrepancy between the figures shown in Table 1 and those in the bullet points on page 14
Deleted User 28 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Detailed Policies Housing Context

  • Comment ID: 14859969//2
The lower threshold for allocating housing sites in rural service villages should be reviewed; they would form an integral part of a positively prepared plan as required by the NPPF.
Home Builders Federation Ltd (… 28 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Detailed Policies Housing Context

  • Comment ID: 9138657//1
Concerns around Core Strategy and JSP implications for housing number, and conflict with Core Strategy Policy CS14
Nailsea Action Group 27 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Detailed Policies Housing Context

  • Comment ID: 14823809//22
Nailsea Action Group general comments
Deleted User 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Detailed Policies Housing Context

  • Comment ID: 3568545//1
The total residential commitment identified in the District amounts to 21,114 homes, amounting to marginally more than the identified requirement of 20,895 (an extra 219 dwellings). This is not sufficient to ensure a consistent 5 year housing land supply which we understand the Council is still not in a position to demonstrate.
Deleted User 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Detailed Policies Housing Context

  • Comment ID: 1074881//2
The Consultation Draft of the Site Allocations Plan is premature as it is based upon the LPA’s proposed changes to the remitted policies of the Core Strategy. These changes have not yet been though examination and subject to a significant level of objection, primarily on the basis that they are not ‘justified’, one of the four tests of soundness set out in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
Deleted User 24 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Detailed Policies Housing Context

  • Comment ID: 931233//15
We still believe that numbers are excessive. The greenfield sites proposed in this allocation plan, along with a number of those already given permission will damage our landscape, increase congestion and put pressure on services. CPRE is currently making the case nationally for a different approach, requiring a ‘housing delivery test’ to be focused on developers and requiring targets for house building to be based on a realistic assessment of what LAs are able to deliver over plan period.
Naigalseye 21 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Detailed Policies Housing Context

  • Comment ID: 14647553//2
Some carefully thought-out, joined-up, lateral thinking needed: brand new towns for North Somerset.
Deleted User 20 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Detailed Policies Housing Context

  • Comment ID: 14808257//1
Do not start early review of Green Belt, but review current policy CS17 to allow for 'Rural exception' sites adjacent to settlement boundaries in Green Belt to cater for local need only.
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