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Deleted User 18 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM13

  • Comment ID: 1051265//2
  • Status: Accepted
Policy DM13: Development within the Green Belt Following the publication of the Inspector's report into the Core Strategy examination in public (at which the Airport made representations) and before adoption of the Core Strategy by the Council, we wrote a letter to the Council dated 26 March 2012 (copy attached) in which we asserted that the Inspector's reasoning in his decision not to amend the Green Belt Boundary in relation to the Airport was incorrect. The Council adopted the Core Strategy
Deleted User 18 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM13

  • Comment ID: 3619969//1
  • Status: Accepted
Policy DM13 - Development within the Green Belt The University of Bristol's site at Long Ashton should be excluded from the Green Belt in accordance with representations previously submitted to the Council. This could either be achieved in the context of a comprehensive Green Belt review (should numbers require this) or as an exception site on the grounds that very special circumstances can be demonstrated. Very special circumstances could be argued in light of the increased housing requirement
Deleted User 18 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM13

  • Comment ID: 8132225//1
  • Status: Accepted
Policy DM13: Development within the Green Belt I would like to comment and object to the following wording within policy DM13, Development within the Green Belt'Where the character of the area is one of a predominantly residential road characterised by large detached houses, on well screened and spacious plots (for example Cadbury Camp Lane north of Tickenham), it is possible that more substantial house extensions or replacement houses may be accommodated than in other parts of the Green Belt.'
Deleted User 17 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM13

  • Comment ID: 1045217//4
  • Status: Accepted
Policy DM13 Development within the Green Belt With regard to appropriate facilities for outdoor sports and recreation, the Trust would recommend that this and other relevant policies refer to the impact of lighting on wildlife as referred to in the NPPF paragraph 125, '..by encouraging good design, planning policies and decisions should limit the impact of light pollution from artificial light on local amenity, intrinsically dark landscapes and nature conservation'.
Sport England 16 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM13

  • Comment ID: 8126849//6
  • Status: Accepted
SUPPORT - Sport & Recreation in the Green Belt Policy DM13 - Development within Green Belt By virtue of its location adjoining urban areas and comprising essentially open land, the Green Belt makes an ideal location for outdoor sports facilities and can accommodate a wide range of sports close to major centres of population. The NPPF recognises outdoor sport as an appropriate land use in the Green Belt and advises that new buildings which provide essential facilities for outdoor sport, includi
Nailsea Town Council 16 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM13

  • Comment ID: 706241//5
  • Status: Accepted
The Town Council wishes to consider the future of the Town in the context of the opportunities and constraints which impinge on it but to do so in the widest sense and not to be constrained in this assessment. It continues to stress its view that future development strategies within and around the town should be considered in the context of a Green Belt boundary which might be reviewed and/or amended in exceptional circumstances. This was the situation which was set out in the Draft Core Strat
doodido 15 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM13

  • Comment ID: 5547457//1
  • Status: Accepted
Any new development should be on brownfield sites and not greenfields.
Leigh & Glennie Ltd 12 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM13

  • Comment ID: 4601665//1
  • Status: Accepted
The list of development considered 'not inappropriate' is not consistent with the guidance in the NPPF. The references are only to the list of construction of new buildings as set out in paragraph 89 of the NPPF. There is no reference to development set out in paragraph 90, which is also development that is not inappropriate, including mineral extraction, engineering operations, the re-use of buildings, etc. The Policy must refer to these forms of development as being not inappropriate in order
Deleted User 04 Apr 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM13

  • Comment ID: 1014881//2
  • Status: Accepted
Long Ashton Parish Council supports North Somerset Policies on restriction of development within the Green Belt.
Deleted User 27 Mar 2013

Sites and Policies Plan Consultation Draft Living within Environmental Limits DM13

  • Comment ID: 927393//2
  • Status: Accepted
Green Belt I believe this policy to be incomplete and incorrect for the following reasons. The NPPF pages 20 and 21 section 89 defines that infilling in villages is appropriate development within the Green Belt, I hold confirmation from the D.C & L.G, that infilling in villages can also apply to land falling outside of village fences, envelopes etc. The stated reason for this is that neither village, limited, nor envelope is a legally defined term in this context, that is why envelopes is not