South Somerset Local Plan Review 2016-2036 Preferred Options Consultation (Regulation 18)

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Ilminster Town Council 27 Sep 2019

South Somerset Local Plan Review 2016-2036 Preferred Options Consultation (Regulation 18) Market Towns Land south west of Canal Way Text Block

  • Comment ID: 690
* Policy IM1- Housing Growth South West Of Canal Way, llminster * Outline permission has already been granted on land south west of Canal Way for 400 dwellings, plus a new 7 classroom primary school * The provision of 29% affordable housing is supported. * The inclusion of more detail in this policy would be welcomed particularly in in relation to: * open space and recreation facilities * indoor recreation and sports facilities * the size and type of dwellings proposed, * access arrangements *
Frances Gully - SCC Education 18 Sep 2019

South Somerset Local Plan Review 2016-2036 Preferred Options Consultation (Regulation 18) Market Towns Land south west of Canal Way Text Block

  • Comment ID: 1963
The primary school as noted here is currently planned as a 15 class 1st school with nursery. The school type may be changed to Primary, however a nursery will always be included and should be stated as with other references above in other towns. The canal way S106 is also drafted as education funding for 1st school & pre school & Middle school app ref 16/05500/OUT
Barry James PHSW 16 Aug 2019

South Somerset Local Plan Review 2016-2036 Preferred Options Consultation (Regulation 18) Market Towns Land south west of Canal Way Text Block

  • Comment ID: 1863
PHSW notes and is grateful for the amendment made to the IM1 allocation area, including the entirety of the known development area, since the initial plan was reported to the District Executive on the 7th February 2019. 5.18 Ilminster is in a strategic and sustainable location for development. Whilst there has been considerable opposition to development to the east, and there are constraints that can reduce developable areas (landscape impact, flood zones) it should be seen as a location r