Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation

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Rob Turvey 29 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM14

  • Comment ID: 14724001//2
For all the reasons described in the earlier consultations, the development of Youngwood Lane should not be considered at this juncture. The adjacent highway network is entirely unsatisfactory, already presenting worryingly unsafe driving conditions. Further, Nailsea's current infrastructure, services and employment provisions are all woefully inadequate for such a significant population increase. However, should the Council continue to remain mindful of supporting this site, then, by way of co
Rob Turvey 29 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 2. Additional modifications

  • Comment ID: 14724001//4
In relation to AM55 and without prejudice to Policy DM35 of the Sites and Policies Part 1: Development Management Policies, any properties constructed on the Uplands Public Open Space should be of similar structure and design to those that the land currently borders.
Rob Turvey 29 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM55

  • Comment ID: 14724001//5
MM55 - Without prejudice to Policy DM35 of the Sites and Policies Part 1: Development Management Policies, any properties constructed on the Uplands Public Open Space should be of similar structure and design to those that the land currently borders.
Rob Turvey 29 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM54

  • Comment ID: 14724001//3
For the reasons set out at MM3 & MM54 above neither Youngwood Lane nor The Uplands should be included in the SAP
Rob Turvey 29 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM3

  • Comment ID: 14724001//1
The Uplands Open Space is precisely the type of site that "makes a worthwhile contribution to amenity and/or the townscape, character, setting, visual attractiveness of the settlement." It is intensively used by Nailsea residents to exercise, relax and breath good clean air whilst witnessing and enjoying nature and the changing seasons. It's development for housing will be a huge public amenity loss and its current inclusion in the SAP should be removed.