West of England Joint Spatial Plan: Towards the Emerging Spatial Strategy

Joint Spatial Plan: Emerging Spatial Strategy

Responses

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NameOptionTextDate
Mr. and Mrs. Sperring C/O Alde… See attached. 19 Dec 2016 22:49
South West Strategic Developme… See separate Representations Document. 19 Dec 2016 17:54
A. E. Medland I am not in favour of the major future developments proposed west of Moor Lane . Backwell is a small village, with few amenities, and a choking road network . Especially the Moor lane bit .
And the A370 is often bursting at evening rush hour ; another 800 houses would not help.
These developments are not in accordance with the local plan which we approved , so please get rid of them
12 Jan 2017 08:45
A. J. and C. R. Baddeley Re: West of England Joint Spatial Plan: Towards the Emerging Spatial Strategy for Nailsea and Transport Study
To whom it may concern,

I wish to object to the West of England Joint Spatial Plan: Towards the Emerging Spatial Strategy and Transport Study for Nailsea, because the housing allocations to Nailsea do not meet the plan’s stategic priorities and vision and there are significant uncertainties around the ability to deliver the strategy for Nailsea. The number of houses allocated is therefore not realistic.

In particular, I would like to raise the following objections:

• The plan is dependent on many uncertainties, including transport, infrastructure and environmental assessments, and securing funding for major infrastructure improvements.

• The sites in the South West of Naiisea, do not meet the requirements for sustainable development for the following reasons:

o Distance from amenities, bus stops and rail station; o Lack of capacity on rail services and rail station car/cycle parking;
o The use of grade 2 agricultural land (highest grade in the area); o Loss of a highly valued landscape; o Negative impact on ecology, including bats; o Loss of recreational open space; o Negative impact on the setting of listed buildings; o Poor accessibility to major employment sites.

• Plans for the new/improved roads are not clear but do not appear to significantly improve commuting routes to the most major employment site, Bristol.
12 Jan 2017 09:00
A. J. and G. G. Thomas The current proposed Plan will not achieve its Vision. The Plan is not addressing the Full Objectively Assessed Need for residential.

The subject site will make a valuable contribution to the flexibility of supply which will help to achieve the objectives of the Vision and as such land that lies within the Green Belt but performs well in sustainability terms should be better utilised to address JSP Priorities.
24 Jan 2017 16:45
A. M. James No, Wickwar is quite capable of meeting some of the rural housing needs and is arguably better able to accommodate new housing than Charfield as evidenced by the resolution to approve a scheme for 80 dwellings south of Poplar Lane (Ref: PK/16/4006/O). Strategic growth in large villages need not necessarily be car based as a growth in new housing would strengthen and possibly lead to an expansion of public transport. At the very least non-strategic growth is vital to maintain this settlement as a key large village given its size and employment base for Alderley plc. 14 Dec 2016 20:57
A. N. Shorney I wish to object to the West of England Joint Spatial Plan: Towards the Emerging Spatial Strategy and Transport Study for Nailsea, because the Housing Allocations for Nailsea do not meet the Plan's Strategic Priorities and Vision and there are significant uncertainties around the ability to deliver the Strategy for Nailsea. The number of houses Allocated is therefore not realistic.

In particular, I would like to raise the following objections:

The Plan is dependent on many uncertainties, including transport, infrastructure and environmental assessments, and securing funding for major infrastructure improvements.

The sites in the South West of Nailsea, does not meet the requirements for sustainable development for the following reasons:

• Distance from amenities, bus stops and rail station

• Lack of capacity on rail services and rail station car/cycle parking

• The use of Grade 2 agricultural land (highest Grade in the area)

• Loss of a highly valued landscape

• Negative impact on ecology, including bats

• Loss of recreational open space

• Negative impact on the setting of Listed Buildings

• Poor accessibility to major employment sites
20 Jan 2017 14:25
A. Parussini I wish to object to the West of England Joint Spatial Plan: Towards the Emerging Spatial Strategy and Transport Study for Nailsea, because the housing allocations to Nailsea do not meet the plan’s stategic priorities and vision and there are significant uncertainties around the ability to deliver the strategy for Nailsea. The number of houses allocated is therefore not realistic.
In particular, I would like to raise the following objections:
• The plan is dependent on many uncertainties, including transport, infrastructure and environmental assessments, and securing funding for major infrastructure improvements.
• The sites in the South West of Nailsea, do not meet the requirements for sustainable development for the following reasons:
o Distance from amenities, bus stops and rail station; o Lack of capacity on rail services and rail station car/cycle parking;
o The use of grade 2 agricultural land (highest grade in the area); o Loss of a highly valued landscape; o Negative impact on ecology, including bats; o Loss of recreational open space; o Negative impact on the setting of listed buildings; o Poor accessibility to major employment sites.
13 Jan 2017 14:43
A. T. Bennett & Sons (Mr. Bennett) The current proposed Plan will not achieve its Vision. The Plan is not addressing the Full Objectively Assessed Need for residential.

The subject site will make a valuable contribution to the flexibility of supply which will help to achieve the Objectives of the Vision and as such land that lies within the Green Belt but performs well in sustainability terms should be better utilised to address JSP Priorities.
03 Jan 2017 15:14
Abbey Manor Group Limited (Jud… yes 19 Dec 2016 17:59
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