PROPOSED SUBMISSION SOUTH SOMERSET LOCAL PLAN 2006-2028 - EXAMINATION SUSPENSION: PROPOSED MAIN MODIFICATIONS NOVEMBER 2013

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2 comments.

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RespondentResponse DateDetails
Mactaggart & Mickel (L Seaman) 10 Jan 2014

Consultation Document Point for Clarification 1: Policy SS5 Delivering New Housing Growth Proposed Main Modification PMM5: Introduction of interim guidance on how applications for growth are determined in Market Towns & Rural Centres prior to adoption of the Proposed Site Allocations Development Plan Document (following adoption of Local Plan) Implications for Supporting Text: Implications for Supporting Text PMM5

  • Comment ID: 346
Mactaggert and Mickel do not consider that a site allocations document will be adopted by May 2015.  Furthermore, they consider that in such circumstances the Council will not be able to demonstrate a 5 year supply of deliverable houses. 
Nick Colbert 09 Jan 2014

Consultation Document Point for Clarification 1: Policy SS5 Delivering New Housing Growth Proposed Main Modification PMM5: Introduction of interim guidance on how applications for growth are determined in Market Towns & Rural Centres prior to adoption of the Proposed Site Allocations Development Plan Document (following adoption of Local Plan) Implications for Supporting Text: Implications for Supporting Text PMM5

  • Comment ID: 328
To meet Central Governments demands for housing numbers South Somerset  District Council is trying to force too many properties on the market towns and rural centres too quickly (and Yeovil) causing large scale resentment from local populations and over subscribed infrastructure that can not cope.