PROPOSED SUBMISSION LOCAL PLAN 2006-2028 - Aug 12

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Cuttifords Door and District R… 14 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Primary Market Towns - Chard What will the Local Plan Deliver? Chard - Infrastructure Policy PMT2

  • Comment ID: 2431
LATE REPRESENTATION Cuttifords Door & District Residents Association attach a copy of their written representations concerning possible amendment to the Local Plan and would be grateful if you would allow this submission which was delayed because of the absence on leave of the Area Development Manager (West) and his reply to our key questions to him which were received on 13 August 2012. Dr Beaven has sent us a copy of his email to you dated August 97th and, whilst welcoming his robust respons
Mactaggart & Mickel (K Hopkins) 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 - Infrastructure Policy PMT2

  • Comment ID: 2404
These representations are made on behalf of Mactaggart & Mickel Homes to the Submission Draft South Somerset Core Strategy. In reviewing this and other representations by Mactaggart & Mickel, specific regard should be had to the representation made to Policy PMT2: Chard Phasing. Background Mactaggart and Mickel is a family-owned housebuilder with land interests in the south west of England. The company has established a strong reputation for the construction of high quality homes and attractiv
KStoodley 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 - Infrastructure Policy PMT2

  • Comment ID: 2436
LATE REPRESENTATION I like most people i have spoken to feels that is far too many houses in a already too crowded town. There are not enough jobs in the area now. I know you say there is more land put aside for ''employment'' but that is not jobs is it. There is already empty sites up the buisiness park that have not been developed for years, so what makes anyone feel they need more. All three primary schools and the secondary are more than full as are all the doctors surgeries you have made n
Mactaggart & Mickel (K Hopkins) 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 - Infrastructure Policy PMT2

  • Comment ID: 2405
These representations are made on behalf of Mactaggart & Mickel Homes to the Submission Draft South Somerset Core Strategy. In reviewing this and other representations by Mactaggart & Mickel, specific regard should be had to the representation made to Policy PMT2: Chard Phasing. Background Mactaggart and Mickel is a family-owned housebuilder with land interests in the south west of England. The company has established a strong reputation for the construction of high quality homes and attractiv
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 - Infrastructure Policy PMT2

  • Comment ID: 1627
Policy PMT2 sets out a phased approach to the delivery of growth in Chard. While Charles Bishop Limited supports the level of growth for Chard as set out in policy PMT1, and supports the principle of the phased delivery set out in PMT2, it believes that the speed of delivery is too optimistic for Chard, and not deliverable, and therefore unrealistic. The company has built a significant number of houses in Chard in the past, and has put a great deal of effort into getting housebuilding underway
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 - Infrastructure Policy PMT2

  • Comment ID: 1919
The deferred approach to delivery of housing in Policy PMT2, is supported in principle as whilst recognising Chard's role in the settlement strategy, it takes a more pragmatic approach to the anticipated delivery of the proposed development. However given the previous problems associated with infrastructure delivery and the lack of any comprehensive solutions it is considered that no more than 1200 dwellings should be assigned to the Plan period. This allows a phased but individual approach to s
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 - Infrastructure Policy PMT2

  • Comment ID: 1508
Greater flexibility required to enable delivery. 2.1 The Chard Eastern Development Area (CEDA) was identified as a key site in the previously adopted Local Plan, with a policy which required the delivery of a road linking the A30 and A358 in advance of development. It is clear from the evidence base and the lack of delivery to date, that a more flexible approach is needed to deliver such a significant amount of infrastructure which makes the development difficult to achieve in terms of viabilit
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 - Infrastructure Policy PMT2

  • Comment ID: 1628
Policy PMT2 sets out a phased approach to the delivery of growth in Chard. While Charles Bishop Limited supports the level of growth for Chard as set out in policy PMT1, and supports the principle of the phased delivery set out in PMT2, it believes that the speed of delivery is too optimistic for Chard, and not deliverable, and therefore unrealistic. The company has built a significant number of houses in Chard in the past, and has put a great deal of effort into getting housebuilding underway
David Wilson 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 - Infrastructure Policy PMT2

  • Comment ID: 1338
POLICY PMT2: CHARD PHASING AND SUPPORTING TEXT 6.25-6.50 1 David Wilson Homes (DWH) has set out in other Representations objections to the assumptions made with regard to the delivery of the east Chard site. 2 In the view of DWH the phasing of delivery of housing at Chard set out in PMT2 should be amended to recognise that the capacity of the site is likely to be less that the 1861 dwellings identified in the policy in the Plan period. 3 DWH make the following comments in relation to the supp
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 - Infrastructure Policy PMT2

  • Comment ID: 1125
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
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