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Pegasus (D Millward) 10 Dec 2019

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  • Comment ID: 21482337//2
Our client’s land has not been promoted previously, albeit it would have been released as part of the large Ashton Vale development should that have come forward. We welcome the consideration of this land’s release from the Green Belt and set out the reasons why we feel this should be pursued by the Council in section 3 of these representations.
M Dos Santos 04 Feb 2019

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  • Comment ID: 21661313//2
Site at Portbury
Wainhomes 28 Jan 2019

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  • Comment ID: 21493473//7
The Land North of Greenhill Road, Sandford (see location plan at Appendix 1) is a sustainable location for at Sandford. The land is identified as site HE18344 in the Strategic Housing Land Assessment 2018 (SHLAA) and could accommodate approximately 80 dwellngs. Sites such as this should be considered favourably due to the important contribution they can make to the housing land supply.
Newcombe Estates Company Limited 16 Jan 2019

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  • Comment ID: 21503137//4
Additional non-strategic sites required. Propose: 1) Land east of Portbury (75-100 dwellings) - indicative masterplan has been prepared and assessment undertaken in relation to Green Belt purposes. 2) Land adjacent to Long Ashton Road (A370) - very well located to access the metrobus network.
Alder King (M Cullen) 11 Jan 2019

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  • Comment ID: 14896737//6
The University of Bristol’s site at Wyndhurst Farm is sustainably located, adjacent to the Service Village settlement boundary of Langford. The consultation document rightly highlights the need for ‘non-strategic’ development in sustainable locations across the district.
John Phillips Planning Consultancy 11 Jan 2019

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  • Comment ID: 1020321//2
Promotion of land at Blackmoor, Langford, near Churchill.
Nigel Bennett (Magenta) 19 Dec 2018

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  • Comment ID: 16686977//4
In respect of Cleeve, we would be interested in reviewing your assessment at the appropriate time, as we are not convinced that its inclusion within the Green Belt is justified on grounds of its ‘open character’. As such, there may be scope to simply inset the village but with its boundaries extended as promoted to include the site at No3 Main Road.
M Regan 14 Dec 2018

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  • Comment ID: 21527521//1
Site proposal for land north of Churchill Green (plan attached) for development.
Taylor Wimpey - The Vale 12 Dec 2018

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  • Comment ID: 21579777//1
Promotion of an alternative SDL at south west Bristol called The Vale which comprises circa 300 hectares of land capable of accommodating a major mixed-use new community including approximately 4,500 dwellings, employment opportunities, new schools, shops, leisure and community facilities, as well as a significant volume of public open space, in a highly sustainable form and in a highly sustainable location.
Waddleton Park Limited (Savills) 10 Dec 2018

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  • Comment ID: 21580161//1
Land South of Greenhill Road is an opportunity to deliver residential development to meet the housing needs of North Somerset over the plan period, and represents a suitable, available and deliverable site. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss this site further with North Somerset Council.
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