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Figure 5.12. M25 Junction 29 Employment Cluster

Representation ID: 16465

Received: 19/05/2016

Respondent: CPREssex

Agent: Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Brentwood Branch

Representation Summary:

The figure gives an impression all land within the oval forms part of the Employment Cluster. Request that this is redrawn with arrows pointing to each individual employment site. Emphatically request that the phrase "J29 Employment Zone" and the oval diagram are removed from all documents to prevent any misunderstanding, any planning blight or adverse impact on the value of homes within the depicted area.

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Policy 7.1: Dunton Hills Garden Village

Representation ID: 16470

Received: 19/05/2016

Respondent: CPREssex

Agent: Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Brentwood Branch

Representation Summary:

It is CPRE policy that no green belt land should be built on, however in the case of Brentwood, some Green Belt release is obviously going to happen therefore it is agreed in principle that Dunton Hills Garden Village is a suitable major site for housing development and should prevent greater reliance on green belt/ green field sites, detract from the rural character of the borough and increased car dependency. However without a masterplan CPRE cannot give its unequivocal support to the proposal. A larger number of homes should be allocated here than is proposed.

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020, 021 & 152 West Horndon Industrial Estates, Childerditch Lane and Station Road, West Horndon

Representation ID: 16473

Received: 19/05/2016

Respondent: CPREssex

Agent: Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Brentwood Branch

Representation Summary:

Agreed in principle to develop this site. With a commuter line rail station, good access to the A127 and the highway network, West Horndon has far better transport capacity than any other potential candidate development site. However there should be a requirement in the Plan to ban all construction and developers traffic from using Station Road and Thorndon Avenue, and all construction traffic can only access the site via Childerditch Lane or the A127. A larger number of homes should be allocated here than is proposed.

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022 Land at Honeypot Lane, Brentwood

Representation ID: 16474

Received: 19/05/2016

Respondent: CPREssex

Agent: Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Brentwood Branch

Representation Summary:

Strongly opposed to the development of this Green Belt land at this location which would be very harmful to the high value landscape of the area.

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040 Chatham Way/ Crown Street Car Park, Brentwood

Representation ID: 16481

Received: 19/05/2016

Respondent: CPREssex

Agent: Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Brentwood Branch

Representation Summary:

We believe the retention of this car park is essential as Brentwood grows, and that in any event the area forms part of the diminishing attractive character of central Brentwood.

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Policy 8.2: Brentwood Enterprise Park

Representation ID: 16482

Received: 19/05/2016

Respondent: CPREssex

Agent: Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Brentwood Branch

Representation Summary:

The area lies entirely within the green belt area. The Council have allowed their two "quadrants" to be degraded by creeping industrialization both north and south of the A127 on land owned by Codham Hall Farm. Should development go forward, a scheme of permanently evergreen screening tree species and landscaping will need to accompany this.

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Comment

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Policy 8.6: Brentwood Town Centre

Representation ID: 16486

Received: 19/05/2016

Respondent: CPREssex

Agent: Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Brentwood Branch

Representation Summary:

The green space around Chapel Ruins provides a visual area of green tranquility, it is far from being "little used" and "impediment". Ensuing all paved area would exacerbate the potential "urban hardness" of the town centre. Converting this area into a public square or piazza is ignoring the fact that the area is already a well used central public space where day time public gathering take place.
The Council's "Nighttime Economy" presages more alcohol outlets which would have impacts on the quality of life of residents.

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Comment

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100 Baytree Centre, Brentwood

Representation ID: 16488

Received: 19/05/2016

Respondent: CPREssex

Agent: Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Brentwood Branch

Representation Summary:

The Site Allocation Map Book page 20 shows the proposed development stretches far beyond the curtilage of the Baytree Centre. Object to this area on page 20 to be developed.

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Comment

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Policy 6.3: General Development Criteria

Representation ID: 16489

Received: 19/05/2016

Respondent: CPREssex

Agent: Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Brentwood Branch

Representation Summary:

This Policy should be modified to show that in addition, actual compensation should be paid to immediate neighbors who experience a loss of amenity or actual home value reduction, in the event the Council grant planning permission in these circumstances.

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Comment

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Policy 7.3: Residential Density

Representation ID: 16490

Received: 19/05/2016

Respondent: CPREssex

Agent: Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) Brentwood Branch

Representation Summary:

Regarding densities in rural and semi rural Greenbelt areas these should be low densities and should not exceed 20 dwellings per hectare and could be significantly lower depending on the location. This should be stated explicitly in the LDP.

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