Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Stage

Document Section 1. North Somerset Local Plan 2036: Issues and Options Document North Somerset Issues Q6. Do you agree with these or are there other challenges or issues which we have not included and how might the Local Plan address these? [View all comments on this section]
Comment ID 14896737//5
Respondent Alder King (M Cullen) [View all comments by this respondent]
Response Date 11 Jan 2019
Comment

Q.6 (Central Parishes) Do you agree with these or are there other challenges or issues which we have not included and how might the Local Plan address these?

5.1 The second part of the representations provides responses to the relevant consultation questions in section 2 and 3 of the ‘Issues and Options’ consultation document.

5.2 In terms of the North Somerset wide issues, the summary of key issues and suggested ways to address them through the Local Plan are supported. The University of Bristol’s land at Wyndhurst Farm (see redline plan at Appendix 2) could play a role in supporting two of the suggested initiatives and these are set out and then discussed in more detail below:

Identify policies and allocations to deliver the housing requirement at sustainable locations; and

 Consider policies and allocations to support economic growth.

5.3 The University of Bristol’s land is available and would be suitable for housing or employment development

 

Summary
5.2 In terms of the North Somerset wide issues, the summary of key issues and suggested ways to address them through the Local Plan are supported. The University of Bristol’s land at Wyndhurst Farm (see redline plan at Appendix 2) could play a role in supporting two of the suggested initiatives.
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