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Local Plan 2015-2030 Preferred Options for Consultation

Policy CP10: Green Belt

Representation ID: 267

Received: 01/10/2013

Respondent: Doddinghurst Parish Council

Representation Summary:

(1) Reference is made to the "Policies Map" (here and elsewhere) but I can find no map identified as such either in the document or on the planning web site.

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(1) Reference is made to the "Policies Map" (here and elsewhere) but I can find no map identified as such either in the document or on the planning web site.

(2) Last Paragraph -10 years is far too short a life for a new barn before it may eligible for conversion to a residential dwelling and will encourage speculative barn building in Green Belt by farmers and others. The ban on development for residential purposes should be at least 50 years - when the building will be in need of refurbishment anyway.

(3) Former Landings Surgery, Outings Lane. In the light of the location and nature and style of existing surrounding dwellings, a housing a density of 40 dph is far too high at this specific location and will create hazards for road users with its proximity to Deal Tree Corner. Indeed the housing densities employed throughout this table appear arbitrary and seem to be designed more to add up to 3500 than be a realistic assessment of practical housing densities, giving a very optimistic view of the development potential of the sites listed.

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Local Plan 2015-2030 Preferred Options for Consultation

Policy DM16: Re-use and Residential Conversions of Rural Buildings

Representation ID: 270

Received: 01/10/2013

Respondent: Doddinghurst Parish Council

Representation Summary:

(2) Last Paragraph -10 years is far too short a life for a new barn before it may eligible for conversion to a residential dwelling and will encourage speculative barn building in Green Belt by farmers and others. The ban on development for residential purposes should be at least 50 years - when the building will be in need of refurbishment anyway.

Full text:

(1) Reference is made to the "Policies Map" (here and elsewhere) but I can find no map identified as such either in the document or on the planning web site.

(2) Last Paragraph -10 years is far too short a life for a new barn before it may eligible for conversion to a residential dwelling and will encourage speculative barn building in Green Belt by farmers and others. The ban on development for residential purposes should be at least 50 years - when the building will be in need of refurbishment anyway.

(3) Former Landings Surgery, Outings Lane. In the light of the location and nature and style of existing surrounding dwellings, a housing a density of 40 dph is far too high at this specific location and will create hazards for road users with its proximity to Deal Tree Corner. Indeed the housing densities employed throughout this table appear arbitrary and seem to be designed more to add up to 3500 than be a realistic assessment of practical housing densities, giving a very optimistic view of the development potential of the sites listed.

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Local Plan 2015-2030 Preferred Options for Consultation

Appendix 2: Preferred housing allocations and small sites allowance 2015 - 2030

Representation ID: 273

Received: 01/10/2013

Respondent: Doddinghurst Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Former Landings Surgery, Outings Lane - In light of the location, nature and style of existing surrounding dwellings, a housing a density of 40 dph is far too high at this specific location and would create hazards for road users with its proximity to Deal Tree Corner. Indeed the housing densities employed throughout this table appear arbitrary and seem to be designed more to meet the 3500 dwellings required during the Plan period, than be a realistic assessment of practical housing densities, giving a very optimistic view of the development potential of the sites listed.

Full text:

(1) Reference is made to the "Policies Map" (here and elsewhere) but I can find no map identified as such either in the document or on the planning web site.

(2) Last Paragraph -10 years is far too short a life for a new barn before it may eligible for conversion to a residential dwelling and will encourage speculative barn building in Green Belt by farmers and others. The ban on development for residential purposes should be at least 50 years - when the building will be in need of refurbishment anyway.

(3) Former Landings Surgery, Outings Lane. In the light of the location and nature and style of existing surrounding dwellings, a housing a density of 40 dph is far too high at this specific location and will create hazards for road users with its proximity to Deal Tree Corner. Indeed the housing densities employed throughout this table appear arbitrary and seem to be designed more to add up to 3500 than be a realistic assessment of practical housing densities, giving a very optimistic view of the development potential of the sites listed.

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Local Plan 2015-2030 Preferred Options for Consultation

S2: Amount and Distribution of Residential Development 2015-2030

Representation ID: 3275

Received: 02/10/2013

Respondent: Doddinghurst Parish Council

Number of people: 681

Representation Summary:

We the Citizens of West Horndon, petition against the council to say "NO" to the 1500 housing development being considered for West Horndon.

Full text:

Join the campaign to stop this 1,500 Housing Development
WEST HORNDON VILLAGE SAYS NO
DO YOUR BIT AND SIGN THIS PETITION
Petitions held at St. Fancis Church or at Ash's shop (closing date 19 Aug)
SPREAD THE WORD
Find your neighbours at "West Horndon Community" Facebook page

We the Citizens of West Horndon, petition against the council to say "NO" to the 1500 housing development being considered for West Horndon.

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Local Plan 2015-2030 Preferred Options for Consultation

Policy CP4: West Horndon Opportunity Area

Representation ID: 3276

Received: 02/10/2013

Respondent: Doddinghurst Parish Council

Number of people: 681

Representation Summary:

We the Citizens of West Horndon, petition against the council to say "NO" to the 1500 housing development being considered for West Horndon.

Full text:

Join the campaign to stop this 1,500 Housing Development
WEST HORNDON VILLAGE SAYS NO
DO YOUR BIT AND SIGN THIS PETITION
Petitions held at St. Fancis Church or at Ash's shop (closing date 19 Aug)
SPREAD THE WORD
Find your neighbours at "West Horndon Community" Facebook page

We the Citizens of West Horndon, petition against the council to say "NO" to the 1500 housing development being considered for West Horndon.

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