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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.
Deleted User 18 Mar 2010

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

  • Comment ID: 3111681/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
Whilst the opportunity to input to emerging Core Strategy work is welcomed, in the light of the current substantial levels of uncertainty over the future of both the current RSS and the direction of future regional policy, the scope of the City Council's comments is limited.
Deleted User 15 Mar 2010

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

  • Comment ID: 3569313/CSCD/2
  • Status: Accepted
The HCA has major concerns with the Council's proposition to remove the proposed South Bristol urban extension from the Core Strategy, resulting in a 9,000 dwelling shortfall from RSS requirements.
barrow gurney parish council 01 Mar 2010

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

  • Comment ID: 1047777/CSCD/3
  • Status: Accepted
We support North Somerset's position on maintaining the Green Belt and opposing the South West Bristol Urban extension. We oppose the proposal to increase the scale of development at Barrow Hospital, though consider there might be the opportunity for park and ride, potentially linked to rapid transit? South West Bristol Urban Extension is currently on hold pending the election, there is a view that Chapter 5 should now either be binned or re-examined, to retain the Green Belt.
Deleted User 25 Feb 2010

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

  • Comment ID: 3331265/CSCD/2
  • Status: Accepted
The approach taken within the Core Strategy with regard to the Bristol South West Urban Extension is to not proceed with the formulation of a policy framework to ensure timely delivery of the SUE to the South West Bristol. This approach purposefully conflicts with emerging RSS that has reached an extremely advanced stage of preparation. The Core Strategy cannot achieve conformity with RSS in this regard and therefore would be unsound.
Deleted User 23 Feb 2010

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

  • Comment ID: 3619969/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
LDD's must maintain general conformity with the RSS reflecting the document's status as part of the Development Plan. Whilst the SW RSS has not yet been published in its final form it has reached such an advanced stage that the Government Office for the South West (GOSW) expects it to be given considerable weight in any applications for development. The Core Strategy fails to do this. The approach is not considered acceptable. The implications of the UXs should be central elements of the CS.
Deleted User 19 Feb 2010

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

  • Comment ID: 3399393/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
Fundamentally we object to the Consultation Draft Core Strategy as it is not in broad conformity with the requirements of the Proposed Changes to the Regional Spatial Strategy (PCRSS).Yatton is considered to be a suitable, sustainable settlement for additional housing and employment growth due to the fact that it has a range of employment, leisure, retail and community facilities and in addition (unlike Portishead and Clevedon) has a high quality passenger railway service and station.
Deleted User 19 Feb 2010

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

  • Comment ID: 3361153/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
The soundness of the Core Strategy, is called into question given that the Council has not worked to the levels set out in the emerging South West RSS, namely 26,750. By failing to include the urban extension to South West Bristol and instead working towards a requirement of 17,750 the Core Strategy is not consistent with regional policy.The Core Strategy should also treat the requirements for the Weston SSCT and the 'remainder of North Somerset separately.
Highways England 18 Feb 2010

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

  • Comment ID: 933985/CSCD/5
  • Status: Accepted
Concerned at implications of not planning for SW Bristol urban extension. Retrospective planning, if RSS approves the extension, or re-distribution of 9,000 dwellings elsewhere within the district could have fundamental implications for the strategic road network. Would therefore wish to see the Core Strategy based on two options: one with the urban extension and one without. The same level of detailed evidence base with regards to infrastructure would be required for both options.
Deleted User 18 Feb 2010

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

  • Comment ID: 1010241/CSCD/1
  • Status: Accepted
No justification is provided anywhere for the removal of the South West Bristol Urban Extension, even if there was a reasoned and sound justification for that removal it would still mean that the Council would have to find a further 9,000 plots, plus associated employment land elsewhere within their District.
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