Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) October 2010

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East Coker Preservation Trust 03 Dec 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Introduction Evidence Base Evidence Base

  • Comment ID: 2415
  • Response Type: Object
The evidence base is defined for the Local Development Framework, but is extremely limited in relation to the historic environment with no references to core sources of data that should have been consulted, as identified by national guidance on Sustainability Appraisal and Strategic Environmental Assessment, PPS5 and its Practice Guide, and EH guidance on Strategic Environmental Assessment. The only real exception is the Yeovil Historic Environment capacity study, which is the only specific heri
P J Burrows 30 Nov 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Introduction Evidence Base Evidence Base

  • Comment ID: 1340
  • Response Type: Object
'Out of Date' Data and Unquantified Evidence Section 1.16 states: "The Government requires that policies and proposals are soundly based on current evidence. There has been considerable evidence gathering across the full range of issues and matters that has been used to shape the Core Strategy policies and proposals." One of the most significant drivers to shaping the policy is the forward projection of population growth and associated housing demand in the area. I have major concerns that the