North Somerset Core Strategy Issues & Options (October 2007)

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Deleted User 14 Dec 2008

Core Strategy Issues & Options 5. Main Issues 5.16 Question 3

  • Comment ID: 1058497/CSI&O/1
  • Status: Accepted
Recent assessment work carried out by GCC, in pursuit of its Minerals Core Strategy headlines a revised shortfall figure of 2.92 million tonnes for the Forest of Dean resource area. In summary, there would likely be requirements for new mineral working in the Forest of Dean over and above the existing MLP Preferred Areas in the period post 2016. There could be a possible 'knock-on' effect for future provision from N.Somerset to try and resolve the regionally identified Gloucestershire shortfall.
Portbury Parish Council 10 Jan 2008

Core Strategy Issues & Options 5. Main Issues 5.16 Question 3

  • Comment ID: 1075841/CSI&O/7
  • Status: Accepted
PPC regard this list as comprehensive and strongly agree with many of the main issues that you have identified as stated, but would add further comment to some of those issues.
Mrs D Alvis & Mrs J Bennett 08 Jan 2008

Core Strategy Issues & Options 5. Main Issues 5.16 Question 3

  • Comment ID: 1074049/CSI&O/4
  • Status: Accepted
The following additional items are suggested: Flood risk Economy Infrastructure Transport
Milward 19 Dec 2007

Core Strategy Issues & Options 5. Main Issues 5.16 Question 3

  • Comment ID: 702753/CSI&O/3
  • Status: Accepted
I am pleased to see the 'Biodiversity and Landscape' issue included but suggest that this could be better worded as follows - Maintaining, enhancing and creating biodiversity in the context of pressure for development and climate change. It is important to pursue opportunities to create new natural habitats and green space, particularly via the tool of green infrastructure spatial planning.
Dean Scott 12 Dec 2007

Core Strategy Issues & Options 5. Main Issues 5.16 Question 3

  • Comment ID: 1026369/CSI&O/3
  • Status: Accepted
Yes.
Deleted User 07 Dec 2007

Core Strategy Issues & Options 5. Main Issues 5.16 Question 3

  • Comment ID: 1021057/CSI&O/2
  • Status: Accepted
Encouraging greater use of products manufactured from recycled materials.
Easton-in-Gordano Parish Council 04 Dec 2007

Core Strategy Issues & Options 5. Main Issues 5.16 Question 3

  • Comment ID: 711873/CSI&O/3
  • Status: Accepted
No - The transport section does not address the inadequacy of the transport infrastructure serving such communities as Easton in Gordano/ Pill and Portishead. There is no recognition of the issues of developing the Portishead/Bristol railway for passenger services a a way of reducing reliance on cars. Improvements to junction 19 are not mentioned. No reference to the possibility of a second river Avon crossing.
University of Bristol 04 Dec 2007

Core Strategy Issues & Options 5. Main Issues 5.16 Question 3

  • Comment ID: 1010561/CSI&O/3
  • Status: Accepted
We consider that you have identified the main issues. However, we wish to comment further in particular on specific issues related to the South West Urban Extension as follows: Economy: Bullet 5 should read 'safeguarding enough land of the right type and in the right locations to accommodate business growth and inward investment, particularly in the key employment sectors for North Somerset'.
Milward 03 Dec 2007

Core Strategy Issues & Options 5. Main Issues 5.16 Question 3

  • Comment ID: 702753/CSI&O/4
  • Status: Accepted
The proposed expansion of Bristol Airport should be treated as a major issue within the Core Strategy.
Deleted User 03 Dec 2007

Core Strategy Issues & Options 5. Main Issues 5.16 Question 3

  • Comment ID: 1020801/CSI&O/4
  • Status: Accepted
Persimmon note the main spatial planning issues have been identified from the topic papers, the Sustainable Community Strategy and the Weston AAP work.
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