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Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM16

  • Comment ID: 16123553//2
The Inspector's letter (ID4) set out that the SAP Publication Version would fail to deliver the Core Strategy housing requirement, or ensure North Somerset Council could maintain a 5 year housing land supply. To address this the Inspector expected the Council to test the potential for the provision of up to 2,500 additional houses. The Council's response to the Inspector's letter has been to test potential housing allocations, including sites which are "broadly consistent with the Core Strategy
Deleted User 28 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM16

  • Comment ID: 17892961//1
I am completely AGAINST this proposal. It is absolutely ludicrous. We do NOT need anymore house or flats. The infrastructure in Portishead is already at capacity and cannot support another unnecessary increase. Also schools are at capacity and doctors surgery. This proposal is completely unnecessary and is displacing well established businesses which should NOT be displaced just because the land owner is trying to make a profit!! Please do not allow this to go ahead. Portishead cannot support th
Deleted User 27 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM16

  • Comment ID: 17887457//1
Old Mill Road is home to successful, sustainable businesses, providing the town of Portishead with jobs and training for skilled and semi skilled workers. Developers are destroying the very identity of the town, removing employment opportunities and building so many homes that the infrastructure can no longer cope. Hundreds of years have been spent developing a town that people were envious of, it had everything going for it. Now greed, lack of understanding and certainly lack of forward thinkin
Deleted User 27 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM16

  • Comment ID: 17887425//1
My organisation runs from the large Hub premises on Old Mill Road running Martial Arts for kids aged 4 through to adults. We have World Champion athletes in the Club and the facilities are established for our use. We continue to object to the allocation of Old Mill Road site for mixed use and residential development. We welcome protection under amended Policy SA4. Thriving businesses providing health and fitness need to be protected.
Ferenc Vamosi 26 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM16

  • Comment ID: 15937377//1
One word can describe the result of this "development" : disaster. In spite of the promises and claims of the developers, there will be no cinema, the massive retails units will not be taken, so the whole area will be tuned to residential, resulting in 500+ new homes, at least 500 more cars, 500 more kids, who will have no school. The town needs a major infrastructure boost before even considering anything like this.
Deleted User 26 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM16

  • Comment ID: 17884129//1
To the people who hold the future of Portishead in their hands, please listen to the residents of Portishead and their concerns regarding the propsed development of Old Mill Road. Collectively, you will determine the future of Portishead, your decisions should not just be based on what is before you today, but with the view of the longer term benefits of the future generations of the town. The decision on granting planning permission for redevelopment of this site is one that will carry implica
manager@hubgyms.com 26 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM16

  • Comment ID: 15864257//1
We continue to object to the allocation of the Old Mill Road site for mixed use development including residential. However as a site with significant economic activity we welcome the fact that it will be afforded some protection under amended Policy SA4. Only when the policy criteria are satisfactorily addressed will it be justified to develop the site for an alternative use. Claire Cleeves Owner of The Fitness Hub and Crossit Portishead on Old Mill Road
Deleted User 26 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM16

  • Comment ID: 15932609//1
Portishead is running the risk of losing its identify and individuality. We can all be the same and life would be very different and offer nothing and a seriously lack opportunities . Everyone wants a lovely home in a good community that offers a great social life balanced with industry this creates self worth motivation and a work to live life style. Residents also want their town to prosper! If further development is allowed then no matter how beautiful Portishead now is . This could be destr
Ryan Peake 26 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM16

  • Comment ID: 16133313//1
Portishead is running the risk of losing it's identify and individuality, we can all be the same and life would be very different and offer nothing and a seriously lack opportunities . Everyone wants a lovely home in a good community that offers a great social life balanced with industry this creates self worth motivation and a work to live life style. Residence also what their town to prosper! However at this rate regardless how beautiful Portishead is now if further development is allowed at
patrick Gardner 26 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM16

  • Comment ID: 15978273//2
Under the notes: Site Specific Details it declares "Existing businesses to be relocated or incorporated into redevelopment scheme". As a leaseholder in Old MIll Road, I can say that the plans presented, which have been produced long after the above stipulation was made, making this action impossible without redrawing the plans. A recent meeting with the Principal Economic Development Officer and a representative of Standard Life, their Town Planning advisors, GL Hearn, indicate that this process
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