PROPOSED SUBMISSION LOCAL PLAN 2006-2028 - Aug 12

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Charles Bishop Ltd (JB) 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy PMT1

  • Comment ID: 1626
Charles Bishop Limited is a significant landowner within the Chard Eastern Development Area, and supports the overall strategic planning of the growth area for the town.
Mr & Mrs A Noel 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy PMT1

  • Comment ID: 1918
Policy PMT 1 Chard Strategic Growth is broadly supported; however, it is noted that the South Somerset Local Plan allocation KS/CHAR/1 has failed to come forward and deliver the proposed housing, employment, community facilities and supporting infrastructure. It is noted that this Policy continues to propose fairly substantial growth at Chard (i.e. considerably more than at the other Primary Market Towns with the justification for the amount of growth being set out in paragraph 6.20) which inco
N & G Tayler 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy PMT1

  • Comment ID: 1097
Can we add our voices to those people who are very much against planning applications being considered by the Planning Officers ie land above Brian Mooney Close and the Mount Hindrance/Crimchard farmland area. We have lived in Chard almost 9 years and been told on many occasions that any future development was designated for the land between Crewkerne Rd. and Forton as it was in the local plan, and any building on the west of the town would be at least 16/20 years on. So what has suddenly chan
C & D Whelan 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy PMT1

  • Comment ID: 1178
My husband & I would like to go on record in strongly opposing the proposed development between Crimchard & Cuttifords Door. We were totally shocked when this came up as we thought that this was not a favoured option for development. There is always a personal element to everyone's views - we of course in Dening Close would miss the sight of the peregrine falcon swooping on its prey, the deer, rabbits & even the badgers even though we curse them when they turn our garden over! We realise we ha
Redrow Homes Ltd 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy PMT1

  • Comment ID: 2269
Paragraph 6.21 advises that Option 3 of the Chard Regeneration Plan (Chard Eastern Development Area - CEDA) has been chosen as the most appropriate location for the strategic growth. Broadly the same sites that were previously allocated over the past 10 years. Redrow Homes objects to the use of the Chard Regeneration Framework as the basis for the future growth of Chard now being promoted through the emerging Local Plan. We have major concerns over the weight that can be afforded to the Regener
East Chard Development Area Co… 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy PMT1

  • Comment ID: 1507
1.1 The consultation period for South Somerset District Council's Proposed Submission Local Plan 2002-2028 runs until 10th August 2012. The role of the Local Plan is to set out a long-term spatial vision, strategic objectives and policies to guide public and private sector investment up to 2028. The purpose of the consultation is to invite comments on the 'soundness' of the Local Plan. 1.2 Hannick Homes, Persimmon Homes and Bellway Homes (the Consortium) control option agreements on land betwee
Highways England 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy PMT1

  • Comment ID: 1124
The Agency supports the principle of growth at Chard. However, cumulative transport assessment of impact that the proposed level of growth at Chard might have on the safe and efficient operation of the A303 have not been conducted. The Council's supporting evidence suggests that 50% of residents travelling to work outside Chard will travel northwards along the A358 towards the A303. The Agency would need to better understand the potential nature of that impact before it could lend its full suppo
Redrow Homes Ltd 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy PMT1

  • Comment ID: 2271
Whilst our client supports the level of growth identified for Chard, we do not consider that the strategic growth area promoted through Policy PMTI logically flows from the Vision and objectives of the emerging Local Plan. In accordance with Objective 7 (page 19), clearly the key criteria needs to be the ability to provide sustainable development options which could limit the need to travel. Our client is concerned that the drive to address physical constraints to growth in Chard is fundamental
H Lofthouse 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy PMT1

  • Comment ID: 1777
Chard Local Plan – distributor road Oaklands avenue and housing development in immediate vicinity This particular corner of Chard is outstandingly beautiful with the reservoir and surrounding area of small hedged meadows, running water, ancient woodland and all that goes with theses assets. I've witnessed over the sixteen years of living here, streams of human traffic taking advantage of this piece of countryside. The councils are talking of long term and the people of Chard will need t
Redrow Homes Ltd 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy PMT1

  • Comment ID: 2272
Whilst our client supports the level of growth identified for Chard, we do not consider that the strategic growth area promoted through Policy PMTI logically flows from the Vision and objectives of the emerging Local Plan. In accordance with Objective 7 (page 19), clearly the key criteria needs to be the ability to provide sustainable development options which could limit the need to travel. Our client is concerned that the drive to address physical constraints to growth in Chard is fundamental
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