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Representation ID: 15953

Received: 12/05/2016

Respondent: Collins & Coward Ltd

Agent: Collins Coward

Representation Summary:

It is important to interrogate the Council's Green Belt assessment. This study is not wholly reflective or representative of the NPPF. Paragraph 84 requires Council's when reviewing Green Belt boundaries to take account of sustainable patterns of development. The Council's Green Belt study does not take account of the NPPF paragraphs 84 or 85 and is therefore fundamentally flawed. Nor does it consider permitted development rights and locations where development would not be inappropriate (paragraphs 89 and 90). On this basis the Green Belt work is simply no more than a landscape assessment.

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Draft Local Plan

Policy 9.8: Green Belt

Representation ID: 15954

Received: 12/05/2016

Respondent: Collins & Coward Ltd

Agent: Collins Coward

Representation Summary:

The Draft Local Plan at Policy 9.8 seeks to introduce a further purpose of the Green Belt which is not present in National Policy in the NPPF, namely 9.8(a) which should be deleted. Likewise, draft Policies 9.9 and 9.11 go beyond the NPPF and should be deleted.

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Draft Local Plan

Policy 9.9: New Development, Extension and Replacement of Buildings in Green Belt

Representation ID: 15955

Received: 12/05/2016

Respondent: Collins & Coward Ltd

Agent: Collins Coward

Representation Summary:

Policy 9.9 go beyond the NPPF and should be deleted.

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Draft Local Plan

Policy 9.11: Previously Developed Land in Green Belt

Representation ID: 15956

Received: 12/05/2016

Respondent: Collins & Coward Ltd

Agent: Collins Coward

Representation Summary:

Policy 9.11 go beyond the NPPF and should be deleted.

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Comment

Draft Local Plan

Evidence Base

Representation ID: 15957

Received: 12/05/2016

Respondent: Collins & Coward Ltd

Agent: Collins Coward

Representation Summary:

Survey sheet for site 249 there are a number of errors. Firstly, on the boundary type the whole site is contained within tall evergreen trees not hedges. There are no views into or out of the site. There is no clear separation of the site from Blackmore village as it is surrounded by residential development on the north, east and west sides. There is a private access from the site into the village of Blackmore which can be opened up if the site is allocated for housing making all facilities within walking distance. The site is highly sustainable. The site has medium tranquillity as it lies next to the main Ingatestone Road.

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Draft Local Plan

Policy 5.1: Spatial Strategy

Representation ID: 15958

Received: 12/05/2016

Respondent: Collins & Coward Ltd

Agent: Collins Coward

Representation Summary:

The Council is simply focusing development in the south of the Borough and not taking a balanced view of housing provision across the Borough. The Council should consider channelling development to large villages such as Blackmore.

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