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COMMENT Environment Agency (Mr Martin Barrell)
We welcome that developers are to be encouraged to meet higher than minimum standards for water efficiency -suggest that CBC achieves this through Local Plan. See the 'Water supply, waste water and water quality' section of the Planning Practice Guide Option to discuss this further with EA. Consider adding further guidance about how residential and non-residential developments can voluntarily achieve further efficiency gains, and the benefits (environmental and economic) of doing so.
Also cross refer to comments on policy DM12
More details about Rep ID: 3009
COMMENT RSPB (Mark Nowers)
We suggest that the following should be reworded to better reflect the protection afforded to Natura 2000 sites:
"Within internationally designated sites and nationally designated landscapes (Dedham Vale AONB) renewable energy schemes, will only be supported in exceptional circumstances..."
This could be amended as follows:
"Renewable energy schemes with potential for adverse effects on internationally designated sites or nationally designated landscapes (Dedham Vale AONB), will only be supported in exceptional circumstances..."
More details about Rep ID: 2723
COMMENT Historic England -East of England (Ms N Gates)
DM25: Renewable Energy, Water, Waste and Recycling
Please see our comments above on Policy CC1.
More details about Rep ID: 2691
SUPPORT Essex County Council (Matthew Jericho)
It is encouraging that the Draft Plan includes a section and policy covering renewable energy, water and recycling and is supportive of the approach outlined in Policy DM25.
More details about Rep ID: 2545
COMMENT Sue Bull
Anglian Water does not want to thwart development or apply a blanket embargo on all development within the 400 metres consultation zone of our water recycling centres ( previously referred to as sewage or wastewater treatment works), however we must balance this with protecting our new and existing customers from the risk of odour impact, nuisance or loss of amenity whilst allowing us to provide the essential sewage treatment service to our customers and for this reason we take a risk based approach.
More details about Rep ID: 218