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

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Cranborne Chase and West Wilts… 23 Apr 2014

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  • Comment ID: 1070
Thank you for your email of 19th March regarding the submission of Proposed Main Modifications.  The Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs AONB has been established under the 1949 National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act to conserve and enhance the outstanding natural beauty of this area which straddles three County, one Unitary and five District councils. It is clear from the Act, subsequent government sponsored reports,  and  the  Countryside  and  Rights  of  Way  Act  2000  that
Gill Smith Dorset CC 24 Mar 2014

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  • Comment ID: 1071
Paul, Thanks for your response which is helpful. Will we be advised when the Education Topic Paper becomes available? Gill   Gill Smith Senior Planning Officer Dorset County Council Tel 01305 225137   From: Paul Wheatley [mailto:Paul.Wheatley@SouthSomerset.Gov.Uk] Sent: 19 March 2014 17:39 To: Smith, Gill M. Cc: Martin Woods Subject: RE: Proposed Main Modifications to S Somerset Local Plan   Hello Gill, Thank you for your email. You are correct that we are not seeking comments at thi
Steve Jackson 21 Mar 2014

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  • Comment ID: 1072
REF: 153044   ENQUIRY SUBJECT: South Somerset District Council Local Plan Proposed Main Modifications - Opportunity for Further Comment   RECEIVED: 20 Feb 2014   RESPONSE PREPARED BY: Steve Jackson   RESPONSE DATE: 21 Mar 2014 15:18   Dear Jo,  Thank you for consulting the Homes and Communities Agency. Your invitation to comment was received on 20 Feb 2014 (reference number 153044).  I can confirm that the agency has no comments to make on your proposals.  Regards,  Steve Jackson
Oxford Law Ltd 20 Mar 2014

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  • Comment ID: 1073
Dear Sir/Madam   I note that the proposed examination is likely to commence on the 10th of June.  I have a three day inquiry commencing on the 10th and would like to be able to attend the examination, specifically in respect of growth at Wincanton.  I would be grateful if this can be accommodated in the programme.   Regards   Neal Jillings BSc(Hons) MA MRTPI   Director - Jillings Hutton Planning
Matthew Dickins 19 Mar 2014

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  • Comment ID: 1074
Dear Sir / Madam   I appreciate that the consultation period for your Main Modifications has concluded but I felt it would be helpful to advise that from an East Devon District Council perspective  I would identify no  issues in the modifications that would be of direct concern or relevance to this Council or its operations or area of jurisdiction/responsibilities.    I would therefore conclude that there are no cross-boundary matters that I would have wanted to comment on and I welcome the
Cllr C Winder 10 Jan 2014

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  • Comment ID: 688
Transport We live in a low wage area.  In the next five years few people will have bought an electric car in this area, by which time technology will have moved on with other echo friendly modes of transport available. Although the facilities for travel outside the district to the major cities by rail and coach are good, the local inter town travel by public transport is below the acceptable level.  There is a clear indication of this at most centres of employment where car parks are filled wi
Somerset County Council (O Dunn) 10 Jan 2014

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  • Comment ID: 934
LATE REPRESENTATION On behalf of Public Health at Somerset County Council, thank you for the opportunity to comment on the modifications to the SSDC Local plan. Housing planned should ensure there are sufficient single-bed dwellings as this is likely to be the largest growing demand. Affordable housing options should be provided as this is a pressing need in Somerset. Thought should be given to opportunities to provide housing areas which meet the needs of older people, integrated with accessi
The Bryer Partnership 09 Jan 2014

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  • Comment ID: 747
I refer to your letter of 25th November and now object to the above in that it fails to upgrade Henstridge to the status of Rural Settlement, which would thereby have opened the way for the identification of land south-west of Townsend, Stalbriage Road (E/HENS/0002) as being suitable for housing development. I know that such upgrading, and the resultant residential designation of this land, was being seriously considered by the planning department. as recently as 14th October, having had a lett
Anthony R Gray 07 Jan 2014

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  • Comment ID: 919
The Local Plan for Chard still included a section of strategic road from Oaklands Drive to Chaffcombe Lane along the line of Touches Lane (a restricted byway( and immediately adjacent to Chard Nature Reserve.  The Peter Brett Associates Traffic Management report (dated August 2010) commissioned by the council clearly states in Clause 4.2.2 that this new road cannot be justified as it would not effectively improve traffic flow through the town. It would also be inconsistent with the council's En
Sport England 06 Jan 2014

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  • Comment ID: 338
Sport England has no comment to make on the above consultation.
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