PROPOSED SUBMISSION LOCAL PLAN 2006-2028 - Aug 12

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West Coker Parish Council 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Infrastructure Delivery Infrastructure Delivery

  • Comment ID: 845
4.108 The referenced Infrastructure Plan states in para 4.15 "Yeovil -Both the Southern or the Northern options do not have flooding issues - neither is in the flood plain of a main river." This is not true for the Southern option. The land to the South and SE of the site which will receive its run-off is frequently flooded - the adjacent main A37 was floode only a few weeks ago after heavy rain. The IP also (5.28) dismisses any need for enlarging Yeovil's hospital in the following statement:
South Petherton Parish Council 09 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Infrastructure Delivery Infrastructure Delivery

  • Comment ID: 696
4.109 The report on infrastructure Planning in South Somerset is not detailed enough to establish any potential restrictions to growth particularly in the rural centres. No in-depth assessment of each centre has been carried and there is nothing to support the differing approach taken in housing allocations to each rural centre.
Lopen Parish Council 08 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Infrastructure Delivery Infrastructure Delivery

  • Comment ID: 529
4.109 The report on infrastructure Planning in South Somerset is not detailed enough to establish any potential restrictions to growth particularly in the rural centres. No in-depth assessment of each centre has been carried and there is nothing to support the differing approach taken in housing allocations to each rural centre.
Somerset County Council Enviro… 08 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Infrastructure Delivery Infrastructure Delivery

  • Comment ID: 2150
3.1 It is understood that South Somerset District Council intend the Infrastructure Delivery Plan will be a live document and reviewed on a regular basis. 3.2 The Infrastructure Delivery Plan (IDP) provides a list of transport interventions which is taken from the Future Transport Plan (FTP) sometimes known as LTP3. However the preceding text from the FTP needs to be taken into account: "...in Yeovil there is still discussion amongst local decision makers as to where the best place is to alloc
Somerset County Council Enviro… 08 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Infrastructure Delivery Infrastructure Delivery

  • Comment ID: 2128
Para. 4.105: Whilst their environmental and social benefits are undoubtedly important, infrastructure investments can also deliver significant economic benefits (cutting costs and unlocking developments) which it might be helpful to note here. Para. 4.115: It is not clear what is meant by the statement that 'there are no overriding infrastructure issues', it could be misinterpreted as suggesting that no new infrastructure is likely to be required and may benefit from re-wording.
Chris Barker 07 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Infrastructure Delivery Infrastructure Delivery

  • Comment ID: 456
4.108 The referenced Infrastructure Plan states, in para 4.15 "Yeovil – Both the Southern or the Northern options do not have flooding issues – neither is in the flood plain of a main river." This is not true for the Southern option. The land to the south and SE of the site which will receive its run-off is frequently flooded - the adjacent main A37 was flooded after recent rain. The IP also (5.28) dismisses any need for enlarging Yeovil's hospital with the following statement: "The