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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - Option NROS1

Representation ID: 11981

SUPPORT Pigeon Investmenrt Management (Mr. Andrew Fillmore) represented by Beacon Planning Ltd (Ms Sophie Pain)


Development proposals should be considered on a site by site basis. Accordingly, we support Option NROS1 which leaves it to the NPPF to provide the policy framework.

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Representation ID: 11913

SUPPORT Amber REI represented by Pegasus Group (Mr David Onions)


With regard to on site open space related to non-residential uses this should be left to the NPPF to provide the policy framework (Option NROS1). Provision of on site open space when associated with items such as new employment development often results in under-utilised land, reduction in densities and a need for more land to be allocated elsewhere. In particular a flexible approach is needed dependent on site circumstances and where open spaces can fulfil a range of functions including attenuation areas, recreation space, or amenity areas.

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Representation ID: 8814

COMMENT Mr Peter Powell


Both policies have their merit. This policy does not limit itself to size and I think it is numbers that matter not size. There should be proportionate outdoor space suitable for employees to relax and mix that goes beyond say a car park.

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Representation ID: 5490

COMMENT Mrs Louise Baldry


Do not water down existing open spaces by allowing development.

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Representation ID: 3824

COMMENT Mr Richard Howard


Do not water down existing open spaces by allowing development.

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Representation ID: 2204

OBJECT Mr. A. Breen


The high density of housing development required by the National Planning Policy Framework negates against the provision of open space, this together with the cost of land is leading to crowded developments unsuitable for Suffolk and out of character with the area. A more regional approach is necessary.

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Representation ID: 328

SUPPORT Mr Simon Barrett


I approve

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