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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - Option BIO1
SUPPORT Pigeon Investmenrt Management (Mr. Andrew Fillmore) represented by Beacon Planning Ltd (Ms Sophie Pain)
Pigeon supports the Councils approach in Option BIO2 which is in line with the
objectives of the NPPF and Section 11 on conserving and enhancing the natural environment.
SUPPORT Taylor Wimpey represented by Boyer Planning (Kate Kerrigan)
With regards to these two Options presented, we support BIO 1. This enables the protection of designated sites, protected species and habitats. This also ensures that new development provides appropriate protection to protected habitats and species without causing a great burden or the prevention of the delivery of development.
COMMENT Mr Peter Powell
This is really the minimum expectation, but what actually happens relies on subjective opinions.
OBJECT Mx Miles Row
There are regular and multiple studies about how the environment and biodiversity is being degraded so we need to enhance it.
OBJECT Mr Bernard Rushton
BIO2 is the better option
OBJECT Mr Grenville Clarke
Provides little protection for Biodiversity and puts no onus on developers to provide enhancements for the network of habitats.
SUPPORT Mr Graham Moxon
Our countryside and wildlife is precious and should be protected.
COMMENT Nedging with Naughton Parish Council (Miss LYNN ALLUM)
We support Options BIO 1 and 2.
COMMENT mrs karen howard
local area, cherished view points, wildlife , flora and fauna, reserves etc have evolved from years of experience and considerable effort from communities, Locals often see fleeting visits of rare creatures which may then get missed. An outside opinion is not best placed In this situation where money becomes a priority. Sproughton valley is an area of outstanding natural beauty such as Dedham vale and should be cherished and preserved.
COMMENT Mr Richard Howard
Local area/ spot designations like Special Landscape area, cherished view points, wildlife, flora and fauna reserves etc, have evolved from many years experiences and often considerable efforts by communities , sometimes based on fleeting observations of rare species. They preserve the best of our environment & any policy that introduces a subjective opinion has the risk of overlooking years of experience and effort in favour of financial consideration. .
COMMENT Mr. A. Breen
The designation of sites has offered very limited protection in the face of development, but habitat and species can be maintained not through a few designated islands but through spacing development that allows room for nature and living space within developments for nature. The current density of housing does not encourage such development nor does the over emphasis on safety help. The biggest threat to nature in East Anglia is the type of intensive arable farming that prevails but that is a vital element to our economy and can only be re-balance through a gradual process.
SUPPORT Mrs Kathie Guthrie
OBJECT Mr. Nick Miller for Sudbury Green Belt Group
BIO 1 is merely the statutory minimum duty.
SUPPORT Mr D C Warren
Will help enhance our local landscapes
SUPPORT Mr &Mrs David and Susan Musselwhite
This seems reasonable.