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Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 4 Spatial Policies Newark & Sherwood’s Spatial Strategy Spatial Distribution of Growth Content

  • Comment ID: 122
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
The main points in our representations are that: • The spatial strategy and distribution of growth is not soundly based, justified or effective. The most appropriate option is to increase the amount and proportion of growth within the lower order settlements (i.e. those outside of the settlement hierarchy) especially those with high levels of accessibility; • We are concerned that the housing requirement is not justified because it would not meet the objectively assessed housing need (OAHN) wi
Connolly Land and Developments Ltd 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 4 Spatial Policies Newark & Sherwood’s Spatial Strategy Spatial Distribution of Growth Content

  • Comment ID: 145
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
I refer to the above consultation document and respond on behalf of my client, Connolly Land and Developments (North Midlands) Ltd, a local developer who has an interest in land off Station Close and Dykes End, Collingham1. IBA Planning have previously submitted representations on behalf of our client to the Preferred Approach – Settlements and Sites (January 2017), a copy of which is attached for completeness. In short, my client wishes to maintain their previous objection to the Council's ap
Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 4 Spatial Policies Newark & Sherwood’s Spatial Strategy Spatial Distribution of Growth Content

  • Comment ID: 155
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Blidworth The policy is not sound, it is not justified and it is not effective, with particular regard to the distribution of growth in Service Centres and Principal Villages. Blidworth has a strong local centre including two convenience goods stores and good services and facilities, including a primary school, a leisure centre, post office, petrol filling station and Library, furthermore, the village is a very short distance from Rainworth, which includes a secondary school. Blidworth also ha
Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 4 Spatial Policies Newark & Sherwood’s Spatial Strategy Spatial Distribution of Growth Content

  • Comment ID: 158
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
INTRODUCTION 1. We have been instructed to make the following representations to the Newark and Sherwood Publication Amended Core Strategy, July 2017. These representations have been prepared having regard to the documents contained within the supporting Evidence Base Library and have assessed the compliance of the Publication Amended Core Strategy DPD against paragraph 182 of the National Planning Policy Framework (March 2012)(NPPF). Paragraph 182 states that for a plan to be "sound" it should
Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 4 Spatial Policies Newark & Sherwood’s Spatial Strategy Spatial Distribution of Growth Content

  • Comment ID: 112
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
In general the objectives meet the requirements of the vision set out previously. The focus on ensuring the Objectively Assessed Need (OAN) is welcomed however should be made more positive by going beyond for growth. The OAN being a minimum threshold. Integrating this with new infrastructure provision as outlined to ensure delays are minim ise d is also welcomed. Once the standardised approach is adopted, this may need revisiting to ensure compliance with national policy. The Spatial Policies t
Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 4 Spatial Policies Newark & Sherwood’s Spatial Strategy Spatial Distribution of Growth Content

  • Comment ID: 78
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Overview 4.1.1 The process of undertaking an OAN is clearly set out in the Framework, principally in §14. §47, §152 and §159 and should be undertaken in a systemic and transparent way to ensure that the plan is based on a robust evidence base. 4.1.2 The starting point for this assessment requires local planning authorities to have a clear understanding of housing needs in their area. This involves the preparation of a Strategic Housing Market Assessment (SHMA) working with neighbouring authori
S R Bowring 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 4 Spatial Policies Newark & Sherwood’s Spatial Strategy Spatial Distribution of Growth Content

  • Comment ID: 148
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
I refer to the above consultation document and respond on behalf of my client, Mr S R Bowring, owner of land at Baulker Lane and Cavendish Way, Clipstone. My client objects to the Amended Core Strategy as drafted on the basis of the Council's approach to the quantum and distribution of housing in Clipstone over the next Plan period. The new objectively assessed housing need should have resulted in the requirement for additional housing site(s) in Clipstone over and above those allocated in the
Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 4 Spatial Policies Newark & Sherwood’s Spatial Strategy Spatial Distribution of Growth Content

  • Comment ID: 70
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Support
Spatial Policy 2 sets out an employment land requirement for the District of around 83.1 hectares over the plan period. The majority of the employment land is to be provided in Newark Area with an identified requirement of 51.9 hectares. We agree that the majority of the employmnent growth should be focussed on Newark as the largest settlement and most sustainable location in the District. We consider that the overall employment land requirement for the District and the target for Newark should
Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 4 Spatial Policies Newark & Sherwood’s Spatial Strategy Spatial Distribution of Growth Content

  • Comment ID: 103
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
We note that the revised Local Development Scheme schedules only the consultation of the reviewed Core Strategy DPD at this time. We therefore expect that, in accordance with the revised timetable, there will be the opportunity to make representations for the Allocations & Development Management DPD in 2018. In this context our comments are currently limited to whether the Core Strategy Review is sound, although we ask the Authority to note that these comments, by implication, have an effect on
Deleted User 01 Sep 2017

Newark & Sherwood Plan Review - Publication Amended Core Strategy Chapter 4 Spatial Policies Newark & Sherwood’s Spatial Strategy Spatial Distribution of Growth Content

  • Comment ID: 154
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Rainworth The policy is not sound, it is not justified and it is not effective, with particular regard to the distribution of growth in Service Centres and Principal Villages. Rainworth has been proven to be a successful location for growth, with the rapid delivery of homes off Warsop Lane on the former Archer Pub site. Rainworth has excellent services and facilities including a senior school, a strong local centre and very close links to Mansfield, the sub-regional centre, Mansfield is within
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