Proposed Revisions to Draft Local Plan (Preferred Options)

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Natasha Ransom - British Horse… 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 10 - New Policy - Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate

  • Comment ID: 1238
  • Response Type: Observation
Section 10: Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road As mention in Section 8, the "footpath" TM14 was designated a permissive bridleway in 1997 and retaining that path as a cycle and equestrian route would benefit the Local Plan strategy and work towards KCC's Kent Countryside Access Improvement Plan. TM13 which is currently designated a footpath could be upgraded to a Multi User route to provide a safe route for cyclists and horse riders to the back of Garlinge. From there horse riders can use th
Hannah MacKinnon - 1986 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 10 - New Policy - Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate

  • Comment ID: 912
  • Response Type: Object
Will more jobs be handed out as well as the 250 extra homes in our already overstretched community? (which if 4 people live in each dwelling could be upwards of 500 adults?) It's hard enough getting an emergency GP appointment as it is let alone adding more people to the mix and union row surgery having just closed down! Working at the margate JCP, which is statistically serving one of the most deprived areas in the South East, it's hard to comprehend where all the extra jobs will be when there
C Mayall - Southern Water 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 10 - New Policy - Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate

  • Comment ID: 1506
  • Response Type: Observation
Wastewater infrastructure crosses the site Southern Water water supply and sewerage infrastructure crosses this site. Therefore, we request that development design should avoid building over this existing infrastructure so that it can continue to perform its function effectively and allow access for necessary maintenance and upsizing. These structures also require easements of 6 to 13 metres wide depending on the size and depth of the infrastructure. The layout of the proposed development should
John Walker - The Ramsgate Society 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 10 - New Policy - Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate

  • Comment ID: 1469
  • Response Type: Support
We support the allocation of two additional housing sites at Manston Court Road/Haine Road and at Manston Road/Shottendane Road. It is important however that TDC 'set the standard' for development by making sure that the house designs, pedestrian and vehicular access, as well as parking are of high quality. Again we would support a collaborative approach to these matters rather than leaving it entirely to the developers.
Russell White 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 10 - New Policy - Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate

  • Comment ID: 1490
  • Response Type: Support
We support the allocation of two additional housing sites at Manston Court Road/ Hain road and at Manston Road / Shottendane Road. It is important however, that we set the standard for development by making sure that the house designs, pedestrian , vehicular access and parking are of high quality. Please refer to our comments referring to page 39 of the local plan.
CLIVE WALLER - WALLER AND SONS 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 10 - New Policy - Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate

  • Comment ID: 866
  • Response Type: Support
We oppose this because of the extra traffic congestion this will cause, on an already busy road and lack of infrastuction . And the strain on the already overcrowded social services. Plus the loss of some Grade 1 agriculture land
Steve Burrows 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 10 - New Policy - Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate

  • Comment ID: 913
  • Response Type: Object
The following apply. This development is not needed as the OAN is fundamental flawed. All such development on agricultural land is unsustainable.
C Solly 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 10 - New Policy - Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate

  • Comment ID: 1502
  • Response Type: Object
Comments Regarding Section 10: The Drawing is not showing all of the road stoppages and therefore misleading for the consultation. Application number OL/TH/16/1765 is proposing a closure of Nash road at coffin corner. The road scheme proposed along side with plot S540 and application OL/TH/16/1765 is a dreadful idea and needs to be rethought. The idea of an inner link road is to provide an efficient and scalable road improvement. This does not, firstly the road is trying to solve the problems
Leslie Bell 16 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 10 - New Policy - Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate

  • Comment ID: 788
  • Response Type: Object
See above
Andy Yeo 16 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 10 - New Policy - Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate Land at Manston Road/Shottendane Road, Margate

  • Comment ID: 796
  • Response Type: Object
Thanet already has a population density which is much higher than the national average, why is this not taken into consideration, With the proposed developments adjacent to Shottendane Rd at Garlinge & Westgate, how has it suddenly become necessary to force another 250 houses onto yet more precious (yes it is) Grade 1 Agricultural Land? When agricultural land is built on, its gone forever, thats just unsustainable. Shottendane Rd regularly floods during heavy rainfall, how can this be cured wit
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