Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation

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Highways England 01 Nov 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 17440577//1
I refer to the public consultation on the Proposed Modifications to the North Somerset Site Allocations plan. Set out below is Highways England's formal response to the consultation. Highways England has been appointed by the Secretary of State under the provisions of the Infrastructure Act 2015 and is the highway authority, traffic authority and street authority for the Strategic Road Network. Within North Somerset, the Strategic Road Network comprises the M5 motorway. The Strategic Road Netw
Environment Agency 01 Nov 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 1020673//1
Thank you for referring the above Site Allocations Plan, which was received on 11 September 2017. The Environment Agency has no comments to make, in addition to those contained in its letter dated 21 August 2017, which has been attached for your information.
Oliver Matthews 31 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 14824321//2
OBJECTION Rectory Farm, Site allocations plan consultation, October 2017. This letter forms the second of two representations submitted by Rectory Farm Yatton in respect of the consultation of NSDC SAP (both dated 27th October 2017). This submission specifically relates to the latest evidence base, NSDC position statement, new site assessments, questionnaires and Inspectors Responses (ID4, ID5, CD2 CDa CD2b, CD2c, CD2d, CD3) and the now consulted on Draft Allocations Plan Modifications (Oct 17)
Oliver Matthews 31 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 14824321//1
North Somerset DC Site Allocations Plan Unsoundness (Oct 2017 Consultation) – Rectory Farm, Yatton unlawful emittance of evidence I write in two separate parts in respect of the North Somerset District Council Site Allocations Plan (SAP) on which you are currently consulting. This first submission is specifically made in respect of what Rectory Farm consider to be the unlawful emittance and oversight of evidence which has been provided to date in support of development of Rectory Farm, Yatton t
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 17924353//1
This is a joint response by the development industry consortium to the North Somerset Council Site Allocations Plan: Main Modifications consultation. This statement is agreed by: Paul Davis on behalf of Persimmon Homes Robert Wilding on behalf of Gladman Developments Ltd Lucy White on behalf of Redcliffe Homes Dr Tom Rocke on behalf of MacTaggart and Mickel Homes Jeff Richards on behalf of Taylor Wimpey Peter Stockall on behalf of St Modwen Mark Jackson on behalf of Gleeson Homes Introduction
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 17925921//1
Claverham Works, Bishops Road, Claverham, BS49 4NF Sites and Policies Plan, Part 2: Site Allocations Plan – Main Modifications Consultation Town and Country Planning Act (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 Introduction and Background We write on behalf of our client, Newland Homes, to make representations to the Proposed Main Modifications to the Sites and Policies Plan Part 2: Site Allocations Plan (SAP) prepared by North Somerset Council. The SAP underwent examination by the Planni
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 16098881//1
SITE ALLOCATIONS PLAN EXAMINATION: Proposed Modifications Consultation to the Site Allocations Plan I am writing on behalf of our client, Nailsea Holdings LVA LLP, in respect of the above consultation. This follows similar submissions sent to the Council in August 2017. In the first instance our client welcomes the removal of land North of Greenfield Crescent and Woodland Road, Nailsea as proposed Strategic Open Space (community facilities). This representation covers the following matters:
South Bristol Business (M. Knight) 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 17923265//1
Who we are: South Bristol Business is an informal group of businesses who came together in 2009 to give positive support to the plans to build the South Bristol Link. We are committed to continuing to give support to plans to further improve the wider economy of South Bristol. SBB - Response. We welcome the opportunity Local Plan Consultation gives to introduce ourselves to North Somerset Council and to convey our private sector business based comments. House-building. South Bristol Business s
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 14402625//1
Sites and Policies Plan Part 2: Site Allocations Plan: Main Modifications Consultation – Land south of Bristol Road, Langford Town and Country Planning Act (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 We write on behalf of our client, Edward Ware Homes (EWH), to make representations to the Proposed Main Modifications to the Sites and Policies Plan Part 2: Site Allocations Plan (SAP) prepared by North Somerset Council (the Council). EWH have a land interest on land to the south of Bristol Road,
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation 1. General comments

  • Comment ID: 11936993//1
MM1, MM4-MM32 : Table 1, Schedule 1 and Policies Map OBJECTION The Proposed Modifications fall well short of the Inspector's clear requirements for a buffer based on 20% of the residual housing requirement which would call for sites to accommodate some 2,500 additional units. Her advice to the Council was quite clear that: … if the SAP is adopted in its current form with the high level of uncertainty as to the deliverability of allocated sites and in particular the need for more sites that can
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