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LRM Planning Limited (Owen Jones) 04 Sep 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 Topic Policy Detailed Maps - Updated Green Corridor Diagram (MC83) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/995
  • Status: Accepted
We note that the Updated Green Corridor Diagram as it relates to South Ashford it predicated on the built footprint of development at Court Lodge being located on the northern half of the site, with the green infrastructure and corresponding green corridor being located to the south. MC10 provides flexibility for a different footprint for the built development. In this alternative scenario the green corridor would in fact be immediately south of the existing urban area. This would not harm the o
Jennifer Taylor 30 Aug 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 Topic Policy Detailed Maps - Updated Green Corridor Diagram (MC83) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/475
  • Status: Accepted
All the different areas of development in the Borough should have their own Green Corridor, similar to the area between Kingsnorth village and Park Farm. If this happens, people will get more of an individual sense of belonging to a particular development and hopefully taking a pride in. It is obvious that development of some degree will come to the Borough, and Planners have a chance now to get it right, and make something that people can be proud of - OR - existing residents' worst nightmare -
Mersham with Sevington Parish… 07 Aug 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 Topic Policy Detailed Maps - Updated Green Corridor Diagram (MC83) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/70
  • Status: Accepted
No green corridor listed at Highfield Lane as map depicts the land as a potential future addition despite reference in the issue statement. S59 is identified as a conservation site, is outside the built envelope, is used for recreation and Mersham needs to maintain its unique rural characteristics. Separation of Settlements policy. While the new policy SP7 Separation of Settlements is welcomed, Mersham & Sevington Parish Council are most disappointed that, despite references to the land at Hi