Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) October 2010

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English Heritage (C Power) 06 Dec 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Market Towns - Visions and Proposals Chard What will the Core Strategy Deliver? Scale and Location of Growth Scale and location of growth

  • Comment ID: 2589
  • Response Type: Object
6. Market Towns -Visions and Proposals Whilst we are aware that a specific study of the Yeovil Historic Environment has been undertaken, we are not aware of any comparative study for the other historic market towns and villages that have been identified for growth through this document. Whilst there may not be the requirement for such an extensive study for other settlements as they are not being put forward for Eco town status, there is still a need to understand the full impact of the growth p
Redrow Homes Ltd 03 Dec 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Market Towns - Visions and Proposals Chard What will the Core Strategy Deliver? Scale and Location of Growth Scale and location of growth

  • Comment ID: 2702
  • Response Type: Object
We object to the use of the Chard Regeneration Framework as the basis for the future growth of Chard now being promoted through the Core Strategy. We have major concerns over the weight that can be afforded to the Regeneration Framework without detailed and transparent scrutiny of its content including the formal opportunity to make representations on the alternative approaches and all its content. As advised previously, we believe that the Regeneration Framework should be pursued as a Developme
Highways Agency 22 Nov 2010

Draft Core Strategy (incorporating Preferred Options) Market Towns - Visions and Proposals Chard What will the Core Strategy Deliver? Scale and Location of Growth Scale and location of growth

  • Comment ID: 2187
  • Response Type: Support
We note the level of growth proposed at Chard and agrees that option 3 (eastern growth area) presents the most sustainable option, on the basis that there will not be undue traffic congestion generated.