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Environment Agency 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 5 Core Policies Sustainable Development and Climate Change Climate Change Content

  • Comment ID: 73
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Core Policy 10 makes reference to flood risk, and the need for new development to be resilient to climate change. The Policy, as currently proposed, largely repeats national planning policy, i.e. development proposals will be expected to following the Sequential and Exception tests. Whilst it is a positive that the policy references this, it only says that new development proposals should '…having applied the sequential test move on to apply the exception test, in line with national guidance'. W
Upper Witham IDB 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 5 Core Policies Sustainable Development and Climate Change Climate Change Content

  • Comment ID: 77
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Support
Generally Newark & Sherwood DC have the appropriate policies with regard to flood risk and land drainage. Through the planning process the Board will continue to comment on the individual planning applications, as and when they are submitted.
Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 5 Core Policies Sustainable Development and Climate Change Climate Change Content

  • Comment ID: 116
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Persimmon Homes is aware and supports activities and policies that promote the tackling of climate change. Core Policy 10 aims to do this. CP10 introduces energy and water efficiency but it is not clear as to how this is achieved. This policy should refer the matter to Building Regulations which is a more up-to-date process in ensuring energy efficient homes are built. Any additional standards that are perceived to be introduced through this policy should be removed as unnecessary and left other
Home Builders Federation 31 Aug 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 5 Core Policies Sustainable Development and Climate Change Climate Change Content

  • Comment ID: 72
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
The deletion of out of date references to the Code for Sustainable Homes in Core Policy 10 – Climate Change is supported. However the Council should clarify the meaning of "be efficient in consumption of energy and water" in Core Policy 10. At this time the HBF is assuming that the Council is not seeking to introduce any higher optional standards. If this assumption is incorrect the HBF may submit further comments. With particular reference to water efficiency it is noted that in the Water Cycle