PROPOSED SUBMISSION LOCAL PLAN 2006-2028 - Aug 12

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Redrow Homes Ltd 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Distribution of Housing Growth Balancing Jobs and Homes Balancing Jobs and Homes

  • Comment ID: 2261
Our Client supports the economic-led Local Plan strategy of seeking to align jobs growth potential of each settlement over the Plan period with housing need. This approach is appropriate in delivering sustainable and self-contained communities which reflects the Vision and strategic objectives of the emerging Local Plan. Whilst Redrow Homes strongly support the above economic-led approach, our Client objects to the Council's economic aspirations having not been fully translated into the housing
South Petherton Parish Council 09 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Distribution of Housing Growth Balancing Jobs and Homes Balancing Jobs and Homes

  • Comment ID: 685
4.86 Figure 5 is incorrect and misleading. The full effects of the arbitrary employment land allocations to market towns and rural centres have not been taken into account. The overall job's figure provision is 11,882 and not 9200 as stated throughout this document. This changes the distribution pattern across the District quite dramatically from that illustrated. Rural centres have twice the jobs allocation indicated , Market towns are understated and Yeovil has much less than indicated. It sho
Lopen Parish Council 08 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Distribution of Housing Growth Balancing Jobs and Homes Balancing Jobs and Homes

  • Comment ID: 514
4.86 Figure 5 is incorrect and misleading. The full effects of the arbitrary employment land allocations to market towns and rural centres have not been taken into account. The overall job's figure provision is 11,882 and not 9200 as stated throughout this document. This changes the distribution pattern across the District quite dramatically from that illustrated. Rural centres have twice the jobs allocation indicated , Market towns are understated and Yeovil has much less than indicated. It sho