PROPOSED SUBMISSION LOCAL PLAN 2006-2028 - Aug 12

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W J Fysh 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Yeovil - Vision and Proposals What should the Local Plan deliver? Housing Housing & Policy YV1

  • Comment ID: 1698
It is unsound because it is contrary to the National Planning Policy Framework in many areas well documented in the submissions of both the East Coker Parish Council and the East Coker Preservation Trust. It is also not consistent with some of SSDC's and Somerset County Councils own sustainability assesses and other studies. Having studied the above plan I believe the preferred location of a Yeovil Urban Extension is totally unsupportable and unsustainable. The particular strong faults in it
P J Burrows 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Yeovil - Vision and Proposals What should the Local Plan deliver? Housing Housing & Policy YV1

  • Comment ID: 1737
Phasing of Development (Sections 4.121-4.128) The Proposal makes reference to the requirement of the NPPF to make effective re-use of 'brownfield sites'. However, the proposal is unsound in that inadequate provision is made for the use of existing brownfield sites and those that might become available in the future by windfall from existing housing and redundant industrial/office use, particularly when seen against the scenario of a more realistic housing requirement forecast. Once again, a pre
Cllr M Fysh 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Yeovil - Vision and Proposals What should the Local Plan deliver? Housing Housing & Policy YV1

  • Comment ID: 1915
More Dispersed Strategy I hereby seek formally to propose as an OBJECTION SITE for consideration as a supplementary site for development of Yeovil, the site at Watercombe Lane with serial number S/WECO/0011 in the Strategic Housing and Land Availability Assessment. This has previously been put forward for allocation as part of this Plan by the owners and is optionable. In support of this I say: that the land is available viable and deliverable. The South Somerset SHLAA considered the delivera
Cllr M Fysh 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Yeovil - Vision and Proposals What should the Local Plan deliver? Housing Housing & Policy YV1

  • Comment ID: 2282
More Dispersed Strategy I hereby seek formally to propose as an OBJECTION SITE for consideration as a supplementary site for development of Yeovil, the site at Watercombe Lane with serial number S/WECO/0011 in the Strategic Housing and Land Availability Assessment. This has previously been put forward for allocation as part of this Plan by the owners and is optionable. In support of this I say: that the land is available viable and deliverable. The South Somerset SHLAA considered the delivera
W J Fysh 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Yeovil - Vision and Proposals What should the Local Plan deliver? Housing Housing & Policy YV1

  • Comment ID: 1699
It is unsound because it is contrary to the National Planning Policy Framework in many areas well documented in the submissions of both the East Coker Parish Council and the East Coker Preservation Trust. It is also not consistent with some of SSDC's and Somerset County Councils own sustainability assesses and other studies. Having studied the above plan I believe the preferred location of a Yeovil Urban Extension is totally unsupportable and unsustainable. The particular strong faults in it
J Sugg 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Yeovil - Vision and Proposals What should the Local Plan deliver? Housing Housing & Policy YV1

  • Comment ID: 1228
Representation regarding the South Somerset local plan 2006-2028 I OBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING IN THE ABOVE LOCAL PLAN I have lived in East Coker since 1999 but have lived in the Yeovil area all my life. I am a realist and so understand we need growth and controlled house building but the proposed plan is so vast that it will change the area in such a way that we will lose all the things that make people visit or moved to our part of England and change the lives of the residents of the outer part
Charles Bishop Ltd (JB) 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Yeovil - Vision and Proposals What should the Local Plan deliver? Housing Housing & Policy YV1

  • Comment ID: 1620
Although we strongly support the Plan's focus of development on Yeovil, we do not accept the reference to only 1,565 dwellings being built in the Sustainable Urban Extension up to the year 2028. We do not see the relevance of the reasons given for this limitation of 1,565 dwellings. Looking at the first bullet point under paragraph 5.16 there is no reason to take an approach consistent with that at Chard where landowner and other issues have delayed the sire coming forward. Te second bullet sug
W J Fysh 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Yeovil - Vision and Proposals What should the Local Plan deliver? Housing Housing & Policy YV1

  • Comment ID: 1700
It is unsound because it is contrary to the National Planning Policy Framework in many areas well documented in the submissions of both the East Coker Parish Council and the East Coker Preservation Trust. It is also not consistent with some of SSDC's and Somerset County Councils own sustainability assesses and other studies. Having studied the above plan I believe the preferred location of a Yeovil Urban Extension is totally unsupportable and unsustainable. The particular strong faults in it
C Greenslade 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Yeovil - Vision and Proposals What should the Local Plan deliver? Housing Housing & Policy YV1

  • Comment ID: 1229
I support the local core plan.
Martyn Sowerbutts 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Yeovil - Vision and Proposals What should the Local Plan deliver? Housing Housing & Policy YV1

  • Comment ID: 1286
The proposal for 46% of new housing to be in Yeovil will result in an accelerated decline in the sustainability of Rural communities. The balance should be adjusted to 40% development at Yeovil and 60% in the rest of the district giving Yeovil a housing requirement of 6,380 dwellings. This will eliminate the need for any greenfield development at Yeovil and the consequent Urban Extension. The housing requirement for Yeovil can be met within the urban framework so Policy YV1 should be deleted.
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