Proposed Revisions to Draft Local Plan (Preferred Options)

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Susan Jordan 29 Jan 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Appendix B

  • Comment ID: 134
  • Response Type: Object
I do not agree with so much building going on in the area , surly we do not need this amount of housing for our local residents, I think we are over building to support areas from outside Thanet which is not good for us .
Martin Weller 27 Jan 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Appendix B

  • Comment ID: 120
  • Response Type: Observation
Housing developments at Manston Road/Shottendane Road and Nash/Manston Rds should specify earlier delivery periods in order to prioritise improvements to the road networks at these locations. These road improvements are required now, unlike other road proposals which are required largely because of new planned development.
HA Smith Trust 23 Jan 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Appendix B

  • Comment ID: 346
  • Response Type: Observation
We note that in the above mentioned plan the section entitled "amendments to Appendix B of the Preferred Options Draft Local Plan" refers to the rural site of "land at Manor Road, St Nicholas". It actually refers to this site having a notional dwelling capacity of 17 units. We act for the H A Smith Trust which recently submitted a planning application for 39 units on a site which fronts Manor Road under Application Reference F/TH/15/1204 and in July 2016 the Planning Committee resolved to grant
Ed Spanton - Ed Spanton Farms 23 Jan 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Appendix B

  • Comment ID: 94
  • Response Type: Object
Evidence from current or past completion rates suggest the strategic sites will not be able to deliver the numbers of housing over the first 5 years of the plan. The current delivery plan in Apeendix B suggests a total of 1590 dwellings will be delivered in the 1st 5 years. Given the scale of infrastructure and highway constraints associated with the new transport route these are very ambitious trajectories. There's no evidence locally that has shown any strategic site delivering 160 to 242 unit
Philip Cavalli 20 Jan 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Appendix B

  • Comment ID: 35
  • Response Type: Object
it appears to me that the council (UKIP) has decided to build anywhere there is a piece of land without taking into account any other views i agreed with most of the old plan but now it is too much we will have no open play areas and yet i still dont see anything happening in cliftonville especiallt along the coastal ares whch would bring people back to the area housing is not always the best optio this area is deprived do something about that.
Terry McElligott 19 Jan 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Appendix B

  • Comment ID: 28
  • Response Type: Support
I support this.
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