North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33

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Dean Scott 19 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 1026369//4
We are pleased that the settlement boundaries will remain unchanged, We believe this is the correct approach and trust North Somerset Council will honour this although we believe NSC will be pressured by developers to change this.
Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 14352161//3
The distribution of numbers across the county as set out seems a reasonable solution (and promoting increased employment in WSM is to be welcomed), but clearly any additional housing developments in the towns of Nailsea, Clevedon and Portishead will impact on traffic flows (which have increased significantly in the past decade) with significant pinch points between N Somerset and Bristol, especially over the bridges.  Public transport also needs to be significantly improved and more joined up, i
North Somerset Levels IDB 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 11734177//3
We note that with the exception of the increased numbers of housing and its distribution, the remainder of this Policy is unchanged. We remain concerned that drainage and flood risk matters associated with the scale of development proposed must be considered strategically rather than in a piecemeal way and at an early stage when considering the impact of the expected development. As described in the general section above, the cumulative impact on drainage of progressive developments must be cons
Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 14343521//1
This representation is written in response to North Somerset's consultation on consequential changes to remitted Core Strategy policies, on behalf of our client who control a 3.2 hectare parcel of land North of Lyefield Road, Worle, Weston-Super-Mare, which they consider is suitable for development. Previous representations have been made to the Council's SHLAA. A location plan is attached. Site Suitability The site is directly adjacent to the development boundary and is well located to the ce
Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 4207073//3
 The local authority proposes the following changes to the policy, however in the absence of a proper assessment of the success or otherwise of existing spatial objectives, eg the jobs-led-housing strategy at WsM, or the alternative spatial options to deliver the higher housing figures, together with an updated SEA, it is not possible to determine whether this policy is sound. The broad distribution of new dwellings will be a minimum of: Area                                           Net addit
Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 14402401//3
With respect to Settlement Boundaries remaining unchanged, the Council must comply with regard to future developments.  
Deleted User 18 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 14394465//1
As a result of the increase of the overall housing requirement to 20,985 dwellings in plan period (2006-2026) in Core Policy CS13, the proposed changes to CS14 include a proposal to increase the number of dwellings allocated to the Service Villages (which includes Wrington) to 1,861 dwellings (originally 805 dwellings) in the plan period (2006-2026). This proposed change means that Service Villages would be allocated a higher proportion of the total housing requirement (9%) than originally propo
Deleted User 17 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 14341633//2
I support CS14 and am please to see this policy remaining and hopefully will contuse to be enforced. I think it is very important to maintain the village boundaries otherwise we will erode the different villages communities feel and run the risk of the villages merging into larger towns. personally I do support the redevelopment of small, appropriate sized developments within village boundaries to provide affordable housing... but it must be sympathetic and sustainable, we have seen to many gr
Dundry Parish Council 17 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 3324353//2
Dundry Parish Council is pleased to see that the policy on settlement boundaries remains the same.
Paul Watkins 17 Dec 2015

North Somerset Core Strategy Consultation on consequential changes to remitted policies CS6, CS14, CS19, CS28, CS30, CS31, CS32, CS33 Policy CS14 Distribution of new housing

  • Comment ID: 14339745//2
I am pleased to read that the  settlement boundaries will remain unchanged, and trust that NSC will honout and adhere to this in considering planning applications
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