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LandTrust Developments Ltd 19 Jun 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Chapter 5: Introduction

  • Comment ID: 3620513/CSCD/17
  • Status: Accepted
Weston is secondary to Bristol as focus for development and should not have priority. Delivery of housing likely to be lower than that forecast in the plan, over provision at Weston is contrary to the RSS. The greatest contribution to achievement of more sustainable development patterns in the future as well as only realistic way to provide this scale of required development through this plan is by an addition to Bristol. No better alternative solution to providing the need is suggested.
LandTrust Developments Ltd 19 Jun 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 2: Visions and Objectives VIS 2: Weston-super-Mare Vision

  • Comment ID: 3620513/CSCD/18
  • Status: Accepted
VIS 2: Weston-super-Mare Vision - this needs to be quite clear that through the management of development the inbalance of homes and jobs will not have been allowed to get worse
Leigh Woods Society 17 May 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS10: Transport and Movement CS10: Transport and Movement

  • Comment ID: 930721/CSCD/2
  • Status: Accepted
The A369 this important route into Bristol is becoming increasingly busy and is dangerous. We support North Somerset's proposals for improvement to the transport infrastructure. A 'Park&Ride' was mooted at Easton in Gordano but we notice that this is not now in the proposals. This would help alleviate the problems. Strict enforcement of traffic restrictions on the A369 required. On street commuter parking an issue. Support for the SWBristol link road but may increase traffic on A369.
LandTrust Developments Ltd 19 Apr 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 1: Introduction Relationship to the Regional Spatial Strategy

  • Comment ID: 3620513/CSCD/16
  • Status: Accepted
The draft RSS is a material consideration and should be afforded considerable weight. The Core Strategy fails the test of conformity with the RSS.The SW Bristol urban extension is not affected by the present requirement for further SEA work. RPG10 places a requirement on the local authority to carry out a Green Belt review. The practical consequence the employment led strategy at Weston is to recognise that jobs should increase at Weston and houses at SW Bristol.
Leigh Woods Society 17 Apr 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 5: SW Bristol Urban Extension Chapter 5: Introduction

  • Comment ID: 930721/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
Object to the change to the Green Belt proposed by the RSS and the consequent developments proposed. Particularly the lost of historic character & identity of Long Ashton, loss of play and pay golf course, and miles of public paths, urban sprawl and loss rural landscape.Plus lack of improvements to the transport infrastructure.
Deleted User 22 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS9: Green Infrastructure CS9: Green Infrastructure

  • Comment ID: 3556961/CSCD/4
  • Status: Accepted
In so prioritising the numbered points these should be applied having regard to both the need for flexibility and to reach a balanced conclusion in relation to all of the policy considerations associated with any planning application under consideration.
Deleted User 19 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt

  • Comment ID: 1045217/CSCD/5
  • Status: Accepted
The Trust supports the core strategy's stance on the SW Bristol urban extension outlined in CS6: North Somerset's Green Belt.
Deleted User 19 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Delivering Strong and Inclusive Communities CS14: Distribution of New Housing CS14: Distribution of New Housing

  • Comment ID: 3370849/CSCD/9
  • Status: Accepted
The policy should include and not exclude the urban extension areas. It is difficult to reconcile the figures. the proposals relating to Clevedon/Nailsea/Portishead should permit a greater scale of residential development than that proposed. Equally, the scale of development proposed to be permitted in respect of the Service Villages and small settlements is very restricted. In respect of previously developed land, the need for flexibility is reiterated. The target for net density is supported.
Deleted User 19 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Delivering Strong and Inclusive Communities CS15: Mixed and Balanced Communities CS15: Mixed and Balanced Communities

  • Comment ID: 3370849/CSCD/10
  • Status: Accepted
The requirements of this policy must also be stated to be subject to consideration of the viability of any development proposed.
Deleted User 19 Mar 2010

Core Strategy - Consultation Draft Chapter 3: Spatial Policies Living Within Environmental Limits CS2: Delivering Sustainable Design and Construction CS2: Delivering Sustainable Design and Construction

  • Comment ID: 3361153/CSCD/7
  • Status: Accepted
It is not realistic to expect all developments of 10 or more dwellings to achieve a figure of 15%, without taking account of feasibility and viability on a site by site basis. It is also noted that this figure goes beyond the requirements of the emerging RSS.Code Level 4, and higher on developments of 10 or more dwellings is not realistic and account should be taken of current national standards and feasibility and viability on a site by site basis.
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