Previous Consultation

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Support

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 13104

Received: 11/02/2016

Respondent: Mr John Hills

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Support

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 14543

Received: 19/04/2016

Respondent: Amanda Burton

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* The original consultation was shamble so is not fit for purpose, consequent re-arrangements regarding Basildon and Brentwood that have been made with out due notification making the outcomes even more erroneous in law. Changing major decisions half way through already flawed process.

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I OBJECT TO THIS PLAN ON THE FOLLOWING BASIS:-

* The proposed site is greenbelt. We should not build on greenbelt. It is an invaluable asset for our future generation and urban sprawl must not be allowed.
* It is not proven that we need housing for this many people (Local) being operative word/name.
* We do not have schools , doctors, hospital facilities to cope.
* Local hospital is on Black Alert most of the time. With no extra funding to be able to cope with this ludicrous development.
* Our local roads are congested already causing both noise and air pollution.
* Our water drainage goes back to Victorian times therefore as much greenbelt as we can keep is advisable to soak up excess water.
* The greenbelt protects London both from flood and acts as a lung for clean air.
* The proposed site has already got a flood problem.
* The original consultation was shamble so is not fit for purpose, consequent re-arrangements regarding Basildon and Brentwood that have been made with out due notification making the outcomes even more erroneous in law. Changing major decisions half way through already flawed process.
* Greenbelt can only be built on in exceptional circumstances. Circumstances regarding over population from another area are not valid.
* The entire demographic will change if we come out of EU and do not take all and sundry from Europe when free movement may be irradiated.
* Road Infrastructure is insufficient, further road building will cause more pollution.
* The A127 is overcrowded and is the only road leading to the east .
* As a public Governor or Basildon hospital I can safely say the hospital is at breaking point and already has major financial problems and over subscription problems.

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Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 15065

Received: 27/04/2016

Respondent: Ms RS Cross

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I first wrote in February 2015 and feel strongly that the consultation last time was poorly run and managed. I hope the council can improve upon my previous experience. The consultation demands that we respond on line which limits the engagement of some of the population. The documentation posted on line so far is full of ifs, buts and maybes. There is no clear plan or image of what this may look like when its comes to fruition.

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Dear Planning Department
I am writing with regard to my concerns for the Dunton Garden Suburb plan and consultation. I first wrote in February 2015 and feel strongly that the consultation last time was poorly run and managed. I hope the council can improve upon my previous experience.
The consultation demands that we respond on line which limits the engagement of some of the population.
The documentation posted on line so far is full of ifs, buts and maybes. There is no clear plan or image of what this may look like when its comes to fruition.
Councils have historically failed to effectively manage large developments (family members have experience of this).
The existing map suggests significant urban sprawl with no breaks, for green belt or green corridors. It brings the urban sprawl closer to key wildlife areas and will inevitably have a negative impact on wildlife and the environment.
There is far too little detail of infrastructure that is required to support such a development, which would have been included in a 106 agreement. Unless the council can guarantee early provision ahead of the actual building of houses (which has rarely happened in the past). The development is unsustainable.
I hope that both councils and government wish to see this development as one which is creating sustainable communities. It will not do so when there is a lack of strong controls in planning and implementation. This will not be provided by a market let approach to development.
Unless the councils approach differs to that indicated I will be opposed to the development of Dunton Garden Suburb.
Perhaps what this development would most benefit from is an Urban Development Agency (UDA) with local representation as is the case with Ebbsfleet Garden City.

Comment

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 15254

Received: 03/05/2016

Respondent: London Borough of Havering

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Welcome opportunity to comment on the Draft Local Plan, the comments made build on the previous comments to the Strategic Growth Options and Dunton Garden Suburb consutations in 2015.

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