Site Allocations Plan March 2016

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North Somerset Levels IDB 28 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Weston-super-Mare Former Sweat FA Site, Winterstoke Road

  • Comment ID: 11734177//34
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Environment Agency 28 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Weston-super-Mare Former Sweat FA Site, Winterstoke Road

  • Comment ID: 1020673//15
Tidal Flood Zone 3 site may require Contaminated Land Assessment.
Deleted User 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Weston-super-Mare Former Sweat FA Site, Winterstoke Road

  • Comment ID: 8131937//1
The land has an extant consent for retail development (App ref 12/P/2055/F) that has been implemented. At present the approved scheme for a retail building, is not being taken forward to completion. However, occupiers for this approved building are currently being sought and alternative options for the redevelopment of the site are being considered.One of the alternatives for the redevelopment of the land is for residential development. However, it is currently not clear if such a use is viable
North Somerset Flood Risk Mana… 26 Apr 2016

Site Allocations Plan March 2016 Schedule 1: Proposed large sites for residential development over 10 dwellings (Sites marked with a * are mixed use sites). Weston-super-Mare Former Sweat FA Site, Winterstoke Road

  • Comment ID: 14550881//53
Having looked at the site from an ordinary watercourse, surface water and ground water flooding point of view we have the following comments: Drainage Category 1 - Easily drained and sustainable drainage could be implemented easily Reason – Opportunities for bespoke infiltration SuDS