Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Stage

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J Gower-Crane 28 Jan 2019

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Introduction How the housing requirement will be met:

  • Comment ID: 21242753//20
When will the growth/development stop? How do we protect green fields for general wellbeing, environmental, leisure, farming, future generations and prevent land banking.
Church Commissioners for England 16 Jan 2019

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Introduction How the housing requirement will be met:

  • Comment ID: 21577569//1
Act for Church Commissioners. Promoting land off the Veale, Bleadon for 12 dwellings. Small sites can make an important contribution to housing numbers and can be well designed to be in keeping with surrounding area. Local Wildlife Site constraint can be mitigated.
RT Charles 16 Jan 2019

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Introduction How the housing requirement will be met:

  • Comment ID: 21503969//1
To address housing crisis redraft and radically simplify all planning policies. Prohibit all development in AONB, Green Belt and floodplain - unless on PDL. Elsewhere assess all non-developed land to assess its use - to inform decisions on land allocations. Flood zones should be protected - danger of 1607 event. Encourage developments of skyscrapers, modern eco style houses, inspirational houses in countryside. Dispense with settlement boundaries.
P Chedgy 11 Jan 2019

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Introduction How the housing requirement will be met:

  • Comment ID: 21466817//6
Unreasonable that NSC should be obliged to provide some 2800 new homes on very limited land.
Alder King (M Cullen) 11 Jan 2019

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Introduction How the housing requirement will be met:

  • Comment ID: 14896737//8
Land at Wyndhurst Farm, which has been submitted as part of the Council’s ‘Call for Sites’ and which would make a valuable contribution to ‘non-strategic’ growth over the plan period.
Taylor Wimpey - The Vale 12 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Introduction How the housing requirement will be met:

  • Comment ID: 21579777//2
The key issues and suggested approaches in relation to Weston-super-Mare pre-suppose that it is desirable and / or correct to continue to focus growth towards the town through the new Local Plan, in isolation from any nuanced consideration of supply and demand. There is already sufficient land to maintain existing absorption rates for over 33 years. The balance of jobs to homes in Weston-super-Mare has not resulted in enhanced self-containment.
Home Builders Federation Ltd (… 12 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Introduction How the housing requirement will be met:

  • Comment ID: 9138657//1
Under estimation of housing need
Newland Homes 10 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Introduction How the housing requirement will be met:

  • Comment ID: 21425793//4
The Plan is premature and does not give sufficient emphasis on the delay in meeting the revised Core Strategy housing targets.
Walsingham Planning 10 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Introduction How the housing requirement will be met:

  • Comment ID: 21527649//2
Introduction should acknowledge the current policy context
Aston 10 Dec 2018

1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document Introduction How the housing requirement will be met:

  • Comment ID: 20338913//47
The emerging housing requirement data on page 10 of the Residential Land Survey evidence base paper is used to predict a 5.2 year supply based on the emerging JSP requirement. From the evidence provided by Industry during the examination of the extant Site Allocations Plan in 2017, that figure is likely to be disputed and is not agreed.
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