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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - Rural growth and development

Representation ID: 16149

COMMENT Paul Reeley

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 16127

COMMENT Ms. Perpetua Ratcliffe

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 16105

COMMENT Mr P. Pollard

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 16083

COMMENT Mrs Natalie Brook

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 16061

COMMENT Mrs J. Pollard

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 16039

COMMENT Mr Gavin Brook

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 16017

COMMENT Mr Michael Hills

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15995

COMMENT Mrs Helena Knight

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

More details about Rep ID: 15995

Representation ID: 15973

COMMENT Mr Roger Knight

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15951

COMMENT Mrs J. A. Moore

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15929

COMMENT Miss Jane Anne Moore

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15907

COMMENT Mr John Moore

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

More details about Rep ID: 15907

Representation ID: 15885

COMMENT Mr Dennis John Griggs

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

More details about Rep ID: 15885

Representation ID: 15863

COMMENT Miss Hockley

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15841

COMMENT Mr Castle

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15819

COMMENT Mrs Linda Rowntree

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15797

COMMENT Mr Carl Rowntree

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

More details about Rep ID: 15797

Representation ID: 15775

COMMENT Miss Patricia Copeman

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15753

COMMENT Mr Barry Pearce

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15731

COMMENT Mrs Faith Marsden

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15709

COMMENT Mrs Clare Kiely

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

More details about Rep ID: 15709

Representation ID: 15687

COMMENT Mr Michael Kiely

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

More details about Rep ID: 15687

Representation ID: 15665

COMMENT Mrs Patricia Maisey

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15643

COMMENT Mr John Maisey

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15621

COMMENT Mrs Dorothy Scrivener

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15599

COMMENT Mr George Scrivener

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15577

COMMENT Mrs Linda Dennison

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15555

COMMENT Mr Ralph W. Godbold

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15533

COMMENT Mrs Blythe Smith

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15511

COMMENT Mr Richard Smith

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15489

COMMENT Mrs G. P. Godbold

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15467

COMMENT Mr. Giles Godbold

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15445

COMMENT Mrs Sally Hoskyns

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15423

COMMENT Mr George Major

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15401

COMMENT Mrs Audrey Cremer

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15379

COMMENT Ms. Cindy Hughes

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15357

COMMENT Mr. Anthony Wickenden

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15335

COMMENT Mrs Irene Wickenden

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15313

COMMENT Mrs Jacqueline Cordwell

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15291

COMMENT Mr Leslie Graham Walter Cremer

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15269

COMMENT Mr. D.I.O. Johnson

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

More details about Rep ID: 15269

Representation ID: 15247

COMMENT Mrs D. Johnson

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15225

COMMENT Anthony & Tracy Keeble

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15203

COMMENT Mr. John Fensom

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

More details about Rep ID: 15203

Representation ID: 15181

COMMENT Mr. Alan Cordwell

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

More details about Rep ID: 15181

Representation ID: 15159

COMMENT Mrs Annette Dovell

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15137

COMMENT Mr. Martin Hewett

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15115

COMMENT Ms. Shirley Hewett

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15093

COMMENT Mrs. Carol Forward

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15071

COMMENT Mr. Grant Lloyd

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15049

COMMENT Mrts. Natasha Lloyd

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15027

COMMENT Mr. John Forward

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 15005

COMMENT Mr. Hoskyns

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14983

COMMENT Miss Isabel De Minvielle Devaux

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14961

COMMENT Mr. Ian East

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14939

COMMENT Ms. Tracy East

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14917

COMMENT Ms. Ilona Northall

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14895

COMMENT Mr. Alex James Richard May

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14873

COMMENT Mr. Richard John May

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14851

COMMENT Ms. Kathryn Anne May

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14829

COMMENT Ms. Olivia Frances Chloe May

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14807

COMMENT Mr. Charles Hogger

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

More details about Rep ID: 14807

Representation ID: 14785

COMMENT Ms. Jo-Ann Hogger

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14763

COMMENT Mr P. L. Ratcliffe

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14741

COMMENT Miss Tracey Durling

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 14719

COMMENT Mrs Carol Griggs

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 13229

COMMENT Mr. Artist

Summary:

* Density and proportion of new development key ingredients.
* Government guidelines relating to local character and distinctiveness to be followed.
* Clear differences between amount of development for urban, rural & village settings.
* Percentage increase so that no village receives disproportionate growth.
* Previous development must be taken in to account.

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Representation ID: 12943

COMMENT Dr Jonathan Tuppen

Summary:

We suggest the Councils consult on this section in greater depth and reconsider the premises on which the JLP options are based. Overall we consider they are too restrictive and result in too many instances of "unintended consequences."
In summary, the options presented fall short of what is required.

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Representation ID: 12751

COMMENT Mr Gary Clark

Summary:

* Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.
* Proportionality is key; The JLP proposes a 9% Housing need over 20 years. This equates to one new home in a ten house hamlet, but why stop there. Such growth is potentially desirable naturally matching the growth of any micro community. Generally children grow older and want their own homes within their community, why shouldn't the provision and burden be spread evenly at 9%, by hamlet, village and town.
I would support a limit on development at a level that does not dramtically change any community. with every effort made to preserve the best of the local landscape, views and ecology.

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Representation ID: 12665

COMMENT Mr Bryan Fawcett

Summary:

Sustainable development needs to be at the heart of planning. This is not a recommendation to build but to build wisely. There has to be a realistic prospect that houses are needed and suitable for a given location and it would appear from the surveys done that Rural housing is needed by the expanding local resident population
It is interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic site's drag on. Surely an indication that individual development is for need, and therefore gets done. Whereas national developers build for profit and will hold off until they feel they can get the maximum return with no consideration for need. Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.

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Representation ID: 12604

COMMENT Mr Alastair Powell

Summary:

* Retail policy inclined towards town centre growth, however as a rural community this is impractical without improved parking or an efficient transport network.

* We would support the use of the considerable oversupply of commercial sites coming forward as retail/leisure parks or even housing, especially where those sites are brownfield and have little community/environmental impact.

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Representation ID: 12595

OBJECT Mr Alastair Powell

Summary:

* Sustainable development: at the heart of planning? This is not a recommendation to build but to build wisely.
Interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic site's drag on. Surely an indication that individual development is for need, and therefore gets done.
* Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.
* Proportionality is key; The JLP proposes a 9% Housing need over 20 years. This equates to one new home in a ten house hamlet, but why stop there. Such growth is potentially desirable naturally matching the growth of any micro community. Why shouldn't the provision and burden be spread evenly at 9%, by hamlet, village and town.

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Representation ID: 12568

COMMENT Fressingfield Housing Working Group (Mr Paul Woodward)

Summary:

Elements missing from this strategy including rural, landscape and historic character, density, cumulative development, CO2 reduction and current and future standards of amenity. Suffolk Coastal's spatial distribution strategy far more suited to MSDC than that proposed.
Local evidence from local people is missing - the vision of the Localism Act - missing because of lack of NDPs.
A radical and proactive approach is needed to correct this.

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Representation ID: 12103

COMMENT Gladman (Mr Richard Crosthwaite)

Summary:

No settlement should be placed in a sustainability
trap whereby it is not able to improve the range of services and facilities available to residents that
would allow it to escalate up the sustainability ladder. In this regard, policies should not be included
within the Plan that would place arbitrary restrictions on the ability for settlements to thrive and
grow.

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Representation ID: 12058

COMMENT Heathpatch Limited represented by Wincer Kievenaar Architects Limited, (Mr Craig Western)

Summary:

Babergh's profile states that more than half the population live in villages and rural areas and that rural parts are unaffordable for many. DCLG initiative for increasing supply where housing is least affordable. Both factors would suggest a high level of new housebuilding in rural areas. Core Villages best area to serve the needs of families in the District and the ability to accommodate sustainable development because of services and infrastructure.

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Representation ID: 11849

COMMENT Mrs Julie Clark

Summary:

* Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.
* Proportionality is key; The JLP proposes a 9% Housing need over 20 years. This equates to one new home in a ten house hamlet, but why stop there. Such growth is potentially desirable naturally matching the growth of any micro community. Generally children grow older and want their own homes within their community, why shouldn't the provision and burden be spread evenly at 9%, by hamlet, village and town.

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Representation ID: 11552

COMMENT Annette Powell

Summary:

Interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic site's drag on. Surely an indication that individual development is for need, and therefore gets done. Whereas national developers build for profit and will hold off until they feel they can get the maximum return with no consideration for need.
* Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.
Proportionality is key; JLP proposes a 9% housing growth, which equates to one new home in a ten house hamlet, but why stop there.
Would support a limit on development that does not dramatically change the community

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Representation ID: 11521

COMMENT Mr S. E. Gray represented by Savills UK Ltd (Ms Lynette Swinburne)

Summary:

Section is welcomed, in particular the view that a level of development is essential to ensure the provision of homes, jobs and services to ensure that these communities remain sustainable. In addition, the recognition that "with overly restrictive policies on development in the rural areas housing need would not be met and there would likely be ongoing loss of essential rural services and facilities" is welcomed. Development in rural areas is considered vital to the long term sustainability of these communities.

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Representation ID: 11337

COMMENT Sproughton Playing Field (Damian Lavington)

Summary:

* It is interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic site's drag on. Surely this is an indication that individual development is for need, and therefore gets done, whereas national developers build for profit and will hold off until they feel they can get the maximum return with no consideration for need?
* Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.
* The present policies are too restrictive on small and individual development, in that what appears to be perfectly acceptable infills and small extensions to village boarders which complement their character without oppressive change have been blocked by planning policies when large estate developments that are oppressive, change the character and destroy the individuality of local communities have been supported.
* Proportionality is key; The JLP proposes a 9% Housing need over 20 years. This equates to one new home in a ten house hamlet, but why stop there. Such growth is potentially desirable naturally matching the growth of any micro community. Generally children grow older and want their own homes within their community, why shouldn't the provision and burden be spread evenly at 9%, by hamlet, village and town?

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Representation ID: 11227

OBJECT Bildeston Parish Council (Mr David Blackburn)

Summary:

This section encapsulates many of the failures of a policy based approach, in Babergh at least, in recent years. The failure to deliver large strategic sites has dropped housing supply to less than 5 years, meaning than planning policies which should protect the countryside and special places in the area are disallowed in the planning process. Inept policy has allowed development where it is not wanted with no proven local need, and prevent development in smaller communities which would welcome it. CS11 is in complete disrepute following High Court ruling. We have no confidence that any approach focussing on rural growth relying solely on policy will be any better.

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Representation ID: 11112

COMMENT Peter Warren

Summary:

It is common sense that smaller, more individual developments provide a better and more sympathetic blend to the existing buildscape and landscape. Often undertaken by local providers/suppliers, this also provides inner investment. Satisfying the 9% housing need over a 20 year period can be less conspicuously provided by spreading development more equally across all rural areas and avoiding a range of social and economic adversities that over concentration would bring. Proportionality is the key.

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Representation ID: 10987

OBJECT Babergh Alliance of Parish & Town Councils (Helen Davies)

Summary:

Current policies designed to facilitate rural growth is widely discredited across the districts. Planning committee decisions often appear arbitrary, poorly argued and ignore local views. This failure suggests policies are at fault, or not adhered to by decision makers.

We suggest the Councils consult on this section in greater depth. Overall we consider the premises are too restrictive and result in too many instances of unintended consequences. At present rural applications take little account of housing mix, local requirements or a host of other attributes. Better guidance of the natural of rural sustainability would be beneficial.

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Representation ID: 10946

OBJECT Babergh Alliance of Parish & Town Councils (Helen Davies)

Summary:

A better understanding of projected trends in the rural economy and home based working would enable informed choices to be made on whether more rural areas of the district(s) can sustain any significant growth without simply creating unsustainable increases in car based commuting to traditional employment centres.

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Representation ID: 10864

COMMENT Mrs Carol Marshall

Summary:

There has to be a realistic prospect that houses are needed and suitable and it would appear that Rural housing is needed.
* Smaller developments assimilate into rural, scattered hamlet.
* present policies are restrictive on small development, in that acceptable infills and small extensions to boarders have been blocked by policies when large developments have been supported.
* Proportionality is key; JLP proposes a 9% Housing need over 20 years. Equates to one new home in ten house hamlet. Such growth is potentially desirable - why shouldn't the burden be spread evenly at 9%, by hamlet, village and town.

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Representation ID: 10505

COMMENT Mr Joe Lavington

Summary:

interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic site's drag on. Surely this is an indication that individual development is for need, and therefore gets done, whereas national developers build for profit and will hold off until they feel they can get the maximum return with no consideration for need?
* Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.
* Proportionality is key; The JLP proposes a 9% Housing need over 20 years. This equates to one new home in a ten house hamlet, but why stop there. Such growth is potentially desirable naturally matching the growth of any micro community.

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Representation ID: 10425

COMMENT Wendy Lavington

Summary:

interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic site's drag on. Surely this is an indication that individual development is for need
* Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.
* Proportionality is key; The JLP proposes a 9% Housing need over 20 years. This equates to one new home in a ten house hamlet, but why stop there. Such growth is potentially desirable naturally matching the growth of any micro community.

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Representation ID: 9998

COMMENT Charlotte Lavington

Summary:

interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic site's drag on.
* Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.
* Proportionality is key; The JLP proposes a 9% Housing need over 20 years. This equates to one new home in a ten house hamlet, but why stop there. Such growth is potentially desirable naturally matching the growth of any micro community.

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Representation ID: 9789

OBJECT Mr Colin Johnston

Summary:

2. Small villages and hamlets should be seen as entities which are happy in their own skin. They do not need to be turned into commuter or dormitory villages. Their size goes with their character and their lack of facilities is their appeal. They are there to live alongside the countryside not to challenge or dominate it. Having no paved footpaths or street lighting is part of why we live here! More houses will create a demand for these comforting signs of 'civilisation' and destroy what we have. Planners and politicians do not appreciate the delicate ecosystem which our smallest settlements present and which residents value. Shouldn't the views of existing residents have some weighting here? please

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Representation ID: 9785

OBJECT Mr Colin Johnston

Summary:

There seems to be an urban bias in much of what goes on in planning i.e what is good for urban areas can be applied to the rural areas. I disagree with this.

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Representation ID: 9646

COMMENT Mr Chris Marshall

Summary:

* Sustainable development: at the heart of planning? This is not a recommendation to build but to build wisely. There has to be a realistic prospect that houses are needed and suitable for a given location and it would appear from the surveys done that Rural housing is needed by the expanding local resident population
* It is interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic site's drag on. Surely an indication that individual development is for need, and therefore gets done. Whereas national developers build for profit and will hold off until they feel they can get the maximum return with no consideration for need.
* Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.

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Representation ID: 9199

COMMENT Mr Ken Seager

Summary:

Sustainable development is a recommendation to build wisely.

It is interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic sites drag on. Surely an indication that individual development is best for need, and therefore gets done.

Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.

Proportionality is key.

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Representation ID: 9169

COMMENT J D Pickett

Summary:

Predicted homes growth need across Babergh is 9%, equivalent to 1 or 2 new houses in a small hamlet or village including ribbon development. If this is propagated across the whole District you have the growth combined with more sympathetic organic community growth.

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Representation ID: 8811

COMMENT Mrs Hannah Lord-Vince

Summary:

National developers build for profit and will hold off until they feel they can get the maximum return with no consideration for need.
* Smaller developments also assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.
* The present policies are too restrictive on small and individual development, in that what appears to be perfectly acceptable infills and small extensions to village boarders which complement their character without oppressive change have been blocked by planning policies when large estate developments that are oppressive, change the character and destroy the individuality of local communities have been supported.

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Representation ID: 8146

COMMENT Ms Helen Davies

Summary:

Sustainable delivery is the key here. Development should be realistic, with confirmation from the locality that it is required. Less forcing through of planning applications against local wishes would be nice. I realise that BDC has a tight budget and new homes are an easy way to an instant budget boost with continuing income streams from Council Tax. But proportionate sustainable creative development is the way to go.

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Representation ID: 7639

COMMENT Mr Peter Powell

Summary:

We have a rural housing need but its affordable housing.

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Representation ID: 6484

OBJECT MSDC Green Group (Cllr John Matthissen)

Summary:

The approach outlined merely extrapolates the current trends, and should instead anticipate the likely changing determinants over the next 20 years.
All options should be considered in relation to truly sustainable development which includes being able to live without total reliance on owning a car. The more flexible approach is RG2 and HG2 although option RG2 risks too much unsustainable development. The phrase 'would not consolidate settlements' needs explanation. A policy is needed to deliver advanced structural landscaping on allocations and to ensure the care of allocated sites awaiting development, particularly for biodiversity.

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Representation ID: 6423

COMMENT Barham Parish Council (Mrs Joanne Culley)

Summary:

work with Parish Councils to understand the needs of individual villages and hamlets.

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Representation ID: 6074

COMMENT Neil Fuller

Summary:

* Sustainable development: at the heart of planning? This is not a recommendation to build but to build wisely. There has to be a realistic prospect that houses are needed and suitable for a given location and it would appear from the surveys done that Rural housing is needed by the expanding local resident population. Interesting that small and individual developments have come forward successfully whereas larger site's drag on.

Small developments assimilate into the rural, scattered hamlet, market town character of the county.

Present policies are too restrictive. Proportionality is key. We would support a limit of development at a level that does not dramatically change any community.

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Representation ID: 4366

COMMENT Mrs Louise Baldry

Summary:

Sustainable development is a recommendation to build wisely. It would appear that rural housing is needed by the expanding local population.
Interesting that small individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic sites have not. Consideration needs to be given to need, impacts on local communities, not developers profit.
Proportionality is key. Would support a limit on development at a level that does not dramatically change any community, and with every effort being made to preserve the best of the local landscape, views and ecology.
Village people moved from towns for a reason

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Representation ID: 4030

COMMENT Mr Vic Durrant

Summary:

Sustainable development is a recommendation to build wisely. It would appear that rural housing is needed by the expanding local population.

Interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic sites have not. Consideration needs to be given to need and impacts on local communities, not developers profit.

I believe that proportionality is key. I would support a limit on development at a level that does not dramatically change any community, and with every effort being made to preserve the best of the local landscape, views and ecology.

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Representation ID: 3791

COMMENT Mrs June Durrant

Summary:

Sustainable development is a recommendation to build wisely. It would appear that rural housing is needed by the expanding local population.

Interesting that small and individual developments which complement the county character have come forward successfully whereas the larger strategic sites have not. Consideration needs to be given to need and impacts on local communities, not developers profit.

I believe that proportionality is key. I would support a limit on development at a level that does not dramatically change any community, and with every effort being made to preserve the best of the local landscape, views and ecology.

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Representation ID: 3334

OBJECT Mrs Deborah Merry

Summary:

Development of rural areas,such as existing villages, overwhelm the existing villages untill they are no longer a village but a fringe of a larger town.
The residents that currently live in your villages have moved to said places for that very reason and do not want to be surrounded by commercial/industrial units and an increased pressure on the already over loaded road network.

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