PROPOSED SUBMISSION LOCAL PLAN 2006-2028 - Aug 12

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Brian Jacobs 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Foreword

  • Comment ID: 846
  • Response Type: Object
I object to this Local Plan Submission due to fact of it having been published in terms beyond easy comprehension of the general public. In addition, the investigations and studies supporting proposed policies are based on out of date analyses, fail to consider geography and natural attributes, content in sections contradict details in other sections. In particular, this plan displays an unprecedented bias in favour of one location for future development of Yeovil's environs. It is suspected fe
Gary 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Foreword

  • Comment ID: 863
  • Response Type: Support
Chard Must not develop to the North. There is no infrastructure or linkage to the A30 without messing the town up. A pragmatic phased approach required NOT developers offering a short term fix in the face of a public consultation and local concerns!!!!
S Owen 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Foreword

  • Comment ID: 1188
  • Response Type: Object
Councillor Ric Pallister states that in terms of development, "In the last 80 years we have not always done so well". Ric Pallister and other Council Officers have given examples at public meetings of poor developments eg Lyde Road, Yeovil, Wincanton, etc. These have all been permitted by South Somerset Planning and Building Control. This Plan does not reassure or indicate how such travesties of development will be avoided in the future. Ref: Foreword
Gary 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Foreword

  • Comment ID: 861
  • Response Type: Support
Chard Must not develop to the North. There is no infrastructure or linkage to the A30 without messing the town up. A pragmatic phased approach required NOT developers offering a short term fix!!!!
Malcolm Nichols 08 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Foreword

  • Comment ID: 578
  • Response Type: Object
I am concerned at the proposed housing density for the proposed Urban Extension. I am involved in seeking to foster healthy community on the Wyndham Park development, where the housing density in some parts seems to be excessive and not conducive to building a healthy & stable community. To now discover that the proposed density within the Urban Extension will be even greater this causes me considerable disquiet and I suggest this be reconsidered.
Steve Fay 06 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Foreword

  • Comment ID: 428
  • Response Type: Object
The attached is my letter of objection to this plan. It is a long document explaining the six area's I have exampled to show my reasoned objection. Please read it and note the contents, I'm not a wordsmith but the comments are honest and correct as I understand the situation. In addition to being a resident of Barwick village I am also the Chairman of Barwick and Stoford Parish Council. In both capacities I OBJECT to the local Plan, Core Stragegy or Urban Extention which ever it is you are choo
Matt Horsley 30 Jul 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Foreword

  • Comment ID: 204
  • Response Type: Object
Cllr Ric Pallister states in the foreword that "it is the core of our Hamstone villages and or distinctive Market towns that still represent the best of the built form of this District". SSDC have not fully assessed the impact of the Urban Extension on the Parish of East Coker which has one of the best examples of the "Hamstone villages". Nearly all of the Urban Extension will be situated within the Parish of East Coker. I wish to be notified of: * the submission of the Local Plan to the Inspe
Peter Cameron 18 Jul 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Foreword

  • Comment ID: 38
  • Response Type: Object
1. I object to the way the SSDC has gone about this plan in many different ways. For example the online form is designed to put people off responding as it implies legal knowledge, understanding of planning policies and laws, and understanding of all the various acronyms such as DPD, etc. 2. Mr Pallister states in his Foreword to the Proposed Plan: "The National Planning Policy Framework states that Sustainable means "better lives for ourselves does not mean worse lives for future generations".