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Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

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

  • Comment ID: 93
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
With regard to Southwell the Core Plan does not, in several policies, coincide with the requirements of the Neighbourhood Plan. Furter details are laid out in Q9
Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

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

  • Comment ID: 132
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Core Policy I0A I support the development of new powerful Drainage designations and rules with regard to Planning, and also support cooperation with other authorities in particular Nottinghamshire County Council as the Local LFA. This co-ioperation should be a full engagement with the Southwell Town Council;. I propose that all sites should be modelled against the new 'open source' model of water flow, prepared by Notts CC and used in all flood risk analysis, and that this is a requirement for
Canal & River Trust 07 Aug 2017

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

  • Comment ID: 4
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Support
Policy 10a (page 66) The assessment and mitigation of flood risk promoted by this policy would ensure that development in the Lowdlam and Southwell areas will manage surface water runoff. We have no reason to believe that this approach is not Sound in principle. Surface water discharge to the River Trent in these areas may require the consent of the Trust. As the Trust is not a land drainage authority, such discharges are not granted as of right. It is important to note that the effectiveness