PROPOSED SUBMISSION LOCAL PLAN 2006-2028 - Aug 12

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Donne Holdings and Somerset Co… 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Settlement Strategy

  • Comment ID: 1977
  • Response Type: Object
* Support the settlement strategy and hierarchy but say that in the absence of evidence to the contrary, more housing and employment land should be allocated in the District with a pro rata increase to the market towns in line with the Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS) and Council's own evidence: * Say that if conditions conducive to private sector investment are not created and maintained then either: development will not happen; or, will happen in a diluted and/or haphazard form without invest
Donne Holdings and Somerset Co… 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Settlement Strategy

  • Comment ID: 2183
  • Response Type: Support
The settlement strategy is formed around a hierarchy of settlements which is essentially: Yeovil, Primary Market Towns, Local Market Towns, Rural Centres, Villages, and the countryside. Observations on Settlement Heirarchy General Like the Council, our clients believe that development should be steered to towns like Castle Cary where the greatest amount of services, employment and public transport exist (and where by far the greatest amount of new infrastructure and investment in the plan peri
Cllr M Fysh 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Settlement Strategy

  • Comment ID: 1925
  • Response Type: Object
The Council's plan making process admittedly started with presumptions that an urban extension Yeovil would be required, and that half of the district's strategic housing requirement should be allocated to Yeovil. These presumptions and their effects have never been subject to proper Sustainability Appraisal or Strategic Environmental Assessment. They are out of date and do not have any relevant authority that should be so highly regarded. There is not sufficient reason for them to form the core
Cllr M Fysh 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Settlement Strategy

  • Comment ID: 2290
  • Response Type: Object
The Council's plan making process admittedly started with presumptions that an urban extension Yeovil would be required, and that half of the district's strategic housing requirement should be allocated to Yeovil. These presumptions and their effects have never been subject to proper Sustainability Appraisal or Strategic Environmental Assessment. They are out of date and do not have any relevant authority that should be so highly regarded. There is not sufficient reason for them to form the cor
Cllr M Fysh 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Settlement Strategy

  • Comment ID: 2291
  • Response Type: Object
The Council's plan making process admittedly started with presumptions that an urban extension Yeovil would be required, and that half of the district's strategic housing requirement should be allocated to Yeovil. These presumptions and their effects have never been subject to proper Sustainability Appraisal or Strategic Environmental Assessment. They are out of date and do not have any relevant authority that should be so highly regarded. There is not sufficient reason for them to form the cor
Cllr M Fysh 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Settlement Strategy Settlement Strategy

  • Comment ID: 2292
  • Response Type: Object
The Council's plan making process admittedly started with presumptions that an urban extension Yeovil would be required, and that half of the district's strategic housing requirement should be allocated to Yeovil. These presumptions and their effects have never been subject to proper Sustainability Appraisal or Strategic Environmental Assessment. They are out of date and do not have any relevant authority that should be so highly regarded. There is not sufficient reason for them to form the cor