PROPOSED SUBMISSION LOCAL PLAN 2006-2028 - Aug 12

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Gill Smith Dorset CC 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Introduction National Context National Context

  • Comment ID: 1321
  • Response Type: Object
Under the Localism Act 2011 all Councils now preparing a plan or policy have a "Duty to Cooperate" with relevant local authorities and other prescribed bodies on strategic planning issues that cross administrative boundaries. This is to help provide a strategic context for local decision making, which would otherwise be absent in the light of the government's intention to revoke all regional planning guidance. Failure to satisfy the Duty could cause the Local Plan to fail. Dorset County Council
Gleeson Developments Ltd (M Ja… 09 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Introduction National Context National Context

  • Comment ID: 1536
  • Response Type: Object
3.4 Local Councils, also have the 'Duty to Cooperate', and therefore must work together across administrative boundaries to meet the identified development needs. There does not appear to be any such reference in this submission. 3.6 The Government also recognises that greenfield development can also represent the most sustainable form of development in many locations. Strategic greenfield sites should therefore be appraised for their environmental and amenity value and should not be dismissed
Gleeson Developments Ltd (M Ja… 09 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Introduction National Context National Context

  • Comment ID: 1537
  • Response Type: Object
3.4 Local Councils, also have the 'Duty to Cooperate', and therefore must work together across administrative boundaries to meet the identified development needs. There does not appear to be any such reference in this submission. 3.6 The Government also recognises that greenfield development can also represent the most sustainable form of development in many locations. Strategic greenfield sites should therefore be appraised for their environmental and amenity value and should not be dismissed
Cllr Gina Seaton 09 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Introduction National Context National Context

  • Comment ID: 765
  • Response Type: Object
The Recently passed National Planning Policy Framework, which has many implications on the Draft Core Strategy, requires far greater Local Community involvement in having a SAY in how development plans near their homes should be placed through NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANS under The Localism Bill. The SSDC Local Plan is claimed to be compliant with the NPPF, but it does not follow its spirit which requires far greater local community involvement. The SSDC local plan is not in keeping with these words fro
Gleeson Developments Ltd (M Ja… 09 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Introduction National Context National Context

  • Comment ID: 1538
  • Response Type: Object
3.4 Local Councils, also have the 'Duty to Cooperate', and therefore must work together across administrative boundaries to meet the identified development needs. There does not appear to be any such reference in this submission. 3.6 The Government also recognises that greenfield development can also represent the most sustainable form of development in many locations. Strategic greenfield sites should therefore be appraised for their environmental and amenity value and should not be dismissed
Cllr Gina Seaton 09 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Introduction National Context National Context

  • Comment ID: 766
  • Response Type: Object
There has been almost no SSDC support for the development of Neighbourhood Plans despite considerable interest from Parish Councils in my ward, especially East Coker who have raised their precept to cover the costs of creating their Neighbourhood Plan
Gleeson Developments Ltd (M Ja… 09 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Introduction National Context National Context

  • Comment ID: 1539
  • Response Type: Object
3.4 Local Councils, also have the 'Duty to Cooperate', and therefore must work together across administrative boundaries to meet the identified development needs. There does not appear to be any such reference in this submission. 3.6 The Government also recognises that greenfield development can also represent the most sustainable form of development in many locations. Strategic greenfield sites should therefore be appraised for their environmental and amenity value and should not be dismissed
Matt Horsley 05 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Introduction National Context National Context

  • Comment ID: 353
  • Response Type: Object
I object to paragraph 1.30 on the grounds that SSDC has demonstrated that they are not commited to communities producing Neighbourhood Plans. SSDC has refused East Coker Parish from starting their own Neighbourhood Plan until after the Local Plan is accepted. Also, SSDC have failed to take into account the adopted East Coker Parish Plan 2005 (which can be found on SSDCs website http://www.southsomerset.gov.uk/media/322276/east_coker_parish_plan.pdf) in the development of the Local Plan.