PROPOSED SUBMISSION LOCAL PLAN 2006-2028 - Aug 12

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Perrin Construction Ltd 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Local Market Towns - Langport/Huish Episcopi What will the Local Plan Deliver? Langport/Huish Episcopi - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy LMT2

  • Comment ID: 1163
  • Response Type: Object
The Direction of Strategic Growth has not been adequately or appropriately identified. Please see text below and the attached in support of this statement, the supporting documentation: * 'Land at Newtown Road, Langport: Landscape and Visual Baseline Report' April 2012 prepared by Floyd Matcham (Dorset) Ltd; and * The Sustainability Comparison of the Options for Growth in Langport/Huish Episcopi. Land to the North West of Langport/Huish Episcopi: There is a strong case for extending the Prop
P Jenkin 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Local Market Towns - Langport/Huish Episcopi What will the Local Plan Deliver? Langport/Huish Episcopi - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy LMT2

  • Comment ID: 1177
  • Response Type: Object
I understand that there are plans to develop the land around the Newtown are of Langport, expanding north and east of the town up to Wearne. I live in the Newtown area and find it difficult to believe you are considering house building in this area when there are new houses on the Kelways estate still unsold and there are vacant rundown properties in Langport town centre that could provide good town centre development. I realise that developing a green plot of land is a lot easier and less has
Perrin Construction Ltd 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Local Market Towns - Langport/Huish Episcopi What will the Local Plan Deliver? Langport/Huish Episcopi - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy LMT2

  • Comment ID: 1164
  • Response Type: Object
The Direction of Strategic Growth has not been adequately or appropriately identified. Please see text below and the attached in support of this statement, the supporting documentation: * 'Land at Newtown Road, Langport: Landscape and Visual Baseline Report' April 2012 prepared by Floyd Matcham (Dorset) Ltd; and * The Sustainability Comparison of the Options for Growth in Langport/Huish Episcopi. Land to the North West of Langport/Huish Episcopi: There is a strong case for extending the Prop
Lloyd Family 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Local Market Towns - Langport/Huish Episcopi What will the Local Plan Deliver? Langport/Huish Episcopi - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy LMT2

  • Comment ID: 1279
  • Response Type: Object
2.4.1 Policy LMT2 directs growth to the north, east and south east of the Langport/HuishEpiscopi highlighted on the proposals map. It highlights the need for open space to be provided due to the proximity to Conservation areas. 2.4.2 We generally support the direction of growth identified on the Proposals Map subject to priority being given to those sites which are adjacent to and most closely related to the existing urban area. As recognised within the Local Plan, there are currently few sites
Lloyd Family 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Local Market Towns - Langport/Huish Episcopi What will the Local Plan Deliver? Langport/Huish Episcopi - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy LMT2

  • Comment ID: 1280
  • Response Type: Object
2.4.1 Policy LMT2 directs growth to the north, east and south east of the Langport/HuishEpiscopi highlighted on the proposals map. It highlights the need for open space to be provided due to the proximity to Conservation areas. 2.4.2 We generally support the direction of growth identified on the Proposals Map subject to priority being given to those sites which are adjacent to and most closely related to the existing urban area. As recognised within the Local Plan, there are currently few sites
Natural England (L Horner) 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Local Market Towns - Langport/Huish Episcopi What will the Local Plan Deliver? Langport/Huish Episcopi - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy LMT2

  • Comment ID: 1356
  • Response Type: Object
As stated in our previous response regarding the Habitats Assessment, policy MT4 from a Habitat Regulations perspective is considered to be stronger than absolutely necessary and there are questions over how this policy could be monitored to trigger the release of land and therefore its soundness. In addition, specific restrictions regarding protection of wintering birds at Wet Moor have now been incorporated into the policy.
Lloyd Family 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Local Market Towns - Langport/Huish Episcopi What will the Local Plan Deliver? Langport/Huish Episcopi - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy LMT2

  • Comment ID: 1281
  • Response Type: Object
2.4.1 Policy LMT2 directs growth to the north, east and south east of the Langport/HuishEpiscopi highlighted on the proposals map. It highlights the need for open space to be provided due to the proximity to Conservation areas. 2.4.2 We generally support the direction of growth identified on the Proposals Map subject to priority being given to those sites which are adjacent to and most closely related to the existing urban area. As recognised within the Local Plan, there are currently few sites
Perrin Construction Ltd 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Local Market Towns - Langport/Huish Episcopi What will the Local Plan Deliver? Langport/Huish Episcopi - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy LMT2

  • Comment ID: 1161
  • Response Type: Object
The Direction of Strategic Growth has not been adequately or appropriately identified. Please see text below and the attached in support of this statement, the supporting documentation: * 'Land at Newtown Road, Langport: Landscape and Visual Baseline Report' April 2012 prepared by Floyd Matcham (Dorset) Ltd; and * The Sustainability Comparison of the Options for Growth in Langport/Huish Episcopi. Land to the North West of Langport/Huish Episcopi: There is a strong case for extending the Prop
Lloyd Family 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Local Market Towns - Langport/Huish Episcopi What will the Local Plan Deliver? Langport/Huish Episcopi - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy LMT2

  • Comment ID: 1282
  • Response Type: Object
2.4.1 Policy LMT2 directs growth to the north, east and south east of the Langport/HuishEpiscopi highlighted on the proposals map. It highlights the need for open space to be provided due to the proximity to Conservation areas. 2.4.2 We generally support the direction of growth identified on the Proposals Map subject to priority being given to those sites which are adjacent to and most closely related to the existing urban area. As recognised within the Local Plan, there are currently few sites
Perrin Construction Ltd 10 Aug 2012

Proposed Submission Local Plan 2006-2028 Market Towns - Vision and Proposals Local Market Towns - Langport/Huish Episcopi What will the Local Plan Deliver? Langport/Huish Episcopi - What will the Local Plan Deliver? Policy LMT2

  • Comment ID: 1162
  • Response Type: Object
The Direction of Strategic Growth has not been adequately or appropriately identified. Please see text below and the attached in support of this statement, the supporting documentation: * 'Land at Newtown Road, Langport: Landscape and Visual Baseline Report' April 2012 prepared by Floyd Matcham (Dorset) Ltd; and * The Sustainability Comparison of the Options for Growth in Langport/Huish Episcopi. Land to the North West of Langport/Huish Episcopi: There is a strong case for extending the Prop
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