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Draft Local Plan

Policy 5.1: Spatial Strategy

Representation ID: 15557

Received: 18/03/2016

Respondent: Epping Forest District Council

Representation Summary:

Support Brentwood Borough Council's spatial strategy which concentrates new housing and employment development in the A12 and A127 corridors; and allows for limited release of Green Belt for development, and limited development, including infilling, within rural villages;

Full text:

On 15th March this Council's Neighbourhoods and Communities Select Committee considered a report on Brentwood Council's Draft Local Plan Consultation. The Committee agreed the following recommendations as this Council's formal response:
a) To support Brentwood Borough Council's spatial strategy which
i) concentrates new housing and employment development in the A12 and A127 corridors; and
ii) allows for limited release of Green Belt for development, and limited development, including infilling, within rural villages;
b) To support the aim of Brentwood Borough Council to make provision for its full Objectively Assessed Housing Needs (7,240 new houses) entirely within its own area;
c) To suggest that the final version of the Local Plan should include
i) direct reference to the Duty to Co-operate and related future arrangements with neighbouring authorities; and
ii) consideration of the potential for joint working with neighbouring authorities to make sufficient provision for the needs of the travelling community, with particular reference to paragraphs 4(d), 10© and 16 of "Planning policy for traveller sites" (2015).

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Support

Draft Local Plan

Policy 5.2: Housing Growth

Representation ID: 15559

Received: 18/03/2016

Respondent: Epping Forest District Council

Representation Summary:

Support the aim of Brentwood Borough Council to make provision for its full Objectively Assessed Housing Needs (7,240 new houses) entirely within its own area.

Full text:

On 15th March this Council's Neighbourhoods and Communities Select Committee considered a report on Brentwood Council's Draft Local Plan Consultation. The Committee agreed the following recommendations as this Council's formal response:
a) To support Brentwood Borough Council's spatial strategy which
i) concentrates new housing and employment development in the A12 and A127 corridors; and
ii) allows for limited release of Green Belt for development, and limited development, including infilling, within rural villages;
b) To support the aim of Brentwood Borough Council to make provision for its full Objectively Assessed Housing Needs (7,240 new houses) entirely within its own area;
c) To suggest that the final version of the Local Plan should include
i) direct reference to the Duty to Co-operate and related future arrangements with neighbouring authorities; and
ii) consideration of the potential for joint working with neighbouring authorities to make sufficient provision for the needs of the travelling community, with particular reference to paragraphs 4(d), 10© and 16 of "Planning policy for traveller sites" (2015).

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Comment

Draft Local Plan

Duty to Cooperate

Representation ID: 15560

Received: 18/03/2016

Respondent: Epping Forest District Council

Representation Summary:

Suggest that the final version of the Local Plan should include direct reference to the Duty to Co-operate and related future arrangements with neighbouring authorities.
Consideration should also be given to the potential for joint working with neighbouring authorities to make sufficient provision for the needs of the travelling community, with particular reference to paragraphs 4(d), 10© and 16 of "Planning policy for traveller sites" (2015).

Full text:

On 15th March this Council's Neighbourhoods and Communities Select Committee considered a report on Brentwood Council's Draft Local Plan Consultation. The Committee agreed the following recommendations as this Council's formal response:
a) To support Brentwood Borough Council's spatial strategy which
i) concentrates new housing and employment development in the A12 and A127 corridors; and
ii) allows for limited release of Green Belt for development, and limited development, including infilling, within rural villages;
b) To support the aim of Brentwood Borough Council to make provision for its full Objectively Assessed Housing Needs (7,240 new houses) entirely within its own area;
c) To suggest that the final version of the Local Plan should include
i) direct reference to the Duty to Co-operate and related future arrangements with neighbouring authorities; and
ii) consideration of the potential for joint working with neighbouring authorities to make sufficient provision for the needs of the travelling community, with particular reference to paragraphs 4(d), 10© and 16 of "Planning policy for traveller sites" (2015).

Attachments:

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