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OBJECT Gladman Development (Mr P Isherwood)
See submission for full text. Summary of points raised:
The policy should be reworded so as not to arbitrarily restrict suitable development from coming forward on the edge of settlements. Loss of countryside should be weighed against the need for new housing. The second part of the policy is restrictive in relation to development which is not 'small scale'. For example the policy does not differentiate between new housing on the edge of a hamlet and new housing on the edge of Colchester. Gladman believe the policy should be clarified otherwise it would be unsound.
More details about Rep ID: 3142
COMMENT Wormingford Parish Council (Helen Cook)
I am writing to you to confirm that Wormingford Parish Council discussed the Preferred Options Consultation at their July meeting and wish to make no comment.
More details about Rep ID: 3086
OBJECT Mrs Linda Sutton
Appletrees, Messing should be allocated for residential development. Neighbouring plots of land have relevant planning history.
More details about Rep ID: 2920
COMMENT Edward Gittins & Associates (Edward Gittins)
New site submission for consideration as a LEA in Layer Marney.
More details about Rep ID: 2770
SUPPORT Historic England -East of England (Ms N Gates)
OV1: Other villages
We welcome the commitment to high quality design which is distinctive to the character of the village.
More details about Rep ID: 2678
COMMENT Essex County Council (Matthew Jericho)
The EA uFMfSW indicates surface water risks in areas such as Aldham, Messing, Salcott-cum-Virley and Great Wigborough and it would be appropriate for this policy to include the provision of SuDS for managing surface water runoff within the overall design and layout of any proposed developments in these areas. The following additional bullet point should be added to ensure surface water management issues are covered:
* Appropriate SuDS for managing surface water runoff within the overall design and layout of the site
More details about Rep ID: 2353
OBJECT Edward Gittins & Associates (Edward Gittins)
Land adjacent Forge Cottage, Fingringhoe should be included within the settlement boundary.
More details about Rep ID: 2022
The settlement boundary for Salcott should be amended to include a site along The Street.
More details about Rep ID: 1998
Land at Forge Cottage, Fingringhoe should be allocated for housing.
More details about Rep ID: 1926
OBJECT Layer Marney Parish Meeting (Mrs Elsie Chapman)
Layer Marney Parish has conducted a Rural Housing Needs Survey which closed 15.9.16. Rural Community Council for Essex advise preliminary outcomes are:- All 86 homes in Parish surveyed. 44% return rate. 76% of respondents in favour of a small scale (6-8 homes) development providing primarily affordable homes for local people. 73% respondents also support a small scale open market housing development reducing to 70% if development contains 1or2 affordable homes. Most popular locations cited for development Grassreasons Poultry Farm and Layer Marney Nurseries. Full RCCE report will be forwarded to Borough Council when available.
More details about Rep ID: 1815
COMMENT Colchester United Football Club represented by Lawson Planning Partnership Ltd (Natalie Harris)
See Lawson Planning Partnership Ltd statement and appendices dated September 2016 as submitted via email and post
More details about Rep ID: 1679
OBJECT Joseph Greenhow Planning (Joseph Greenhow)
The Plan will not lead to sufficient development of market and affordable homes in rural areas.
Criticism of settlement boundary review for not considering the need for housing in each of the Borough's villages and for discounting sites of below 5 dwellings.
More details about Rep ID: 1592
OBJECT Dedham Vale Society (Mr J R Drury)
Policy OV1: Development in Other Villages and Countryside - is a concern that it appears to support "new infill Developments" which could lead to coalescence between villages e.g. Great Horkesley and Nayland which would be highly damaging to the countryside. The previous Plan specifically excluded such coalescence and the concept of building on garden/back land which could be very harmful to our rural villages.
More details about Rep ID: 945
COMMENT Mr Craig Dobson
Any development of small villages should be restricted to an absolute minimum. We must retain the green areas and farmland that form part of the village structure. Sites such as the Roman River should also be given full protection as they are of great importance and need to be conserved.
More details about Rep ID: 525
SUPPORT Marguerite Livingstone Associatess Ltd represented by Mrs Marguerite Haddrell
Support to the development of further housing in Peldon
More details about Rep ID: 422
COMMENT Mr Simon Hall
Difficult to understand what this means. It is too widely drawn to be intelligible or useful
More details about Rep ID: 271
SUPPORT Cllr Peter Chillingworth
As a ward councillor for Rural North, I support this statement
More details about Rep ID: 192
OBJECT Frances Fergus
The amount of land submitted is substantial and includes back land which has become a valuable wildlife sanctuary, development would cause the loss of habitat and the displacement of wildlifeIncrease in traffic accessing St.Ives road would exacerbate existing problems with speeding traffic.
More details about Rep ID: 168
COMMENT Acorus Rural Property Services Ltd (Mrs Louise Gregory)
Grassreason Farm Newbridge Road Layer Marnery request that the land be included for residential development.
More details about Rep ID: 125