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Gladman Developments (Mat Evans) 07 Sep 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 APPENDIX 5 HOUSING TRAJECTORY (MC84) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/1191
  • Status: Accepted
7.10 Appendix 5 Housing Trajectory (MC84) 7.10.1 Gladman note that the housing trajectory has been updated and included as MC84, however it is still absent of much of the information requested in our previous representation into the Local Plan. A full 5 year land supply calculation is also still absent. 7.10.2 On the basis of the broad level trajectory Gladman have significant concerns about the ability of the Council to demonstrate a 5 year housing land supply. Gladman will comment further on
LRM Planning Limited (Owen Jones) 05 Sep 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 APPENDIX 5 HOUSING TRAJECTORY (MC84) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/999
  • Status: Accepted
4.1 For Allocation S31, the housing trajectory proposes that first completions will be achieved in 2019/2020. This has been moved back 12 months from the pre-submission Local Plan. This would require the determination of a planning application in 2018 and Hallam are working towards the submission of such an application presently.
LRM Planning Limited (Owen Jones) 04 Sep 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 APPENDIX 5 HOUSING TRAJECTORY (MC84) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/996
  • Status: Accepted
M84 Appendix 5 Housing Trajectory 8.1 For Allocation S3, the housing trajectory has changed in MC84. 8.2 In the pre-submission local plan it had been assumed that first completions would be achieved in 2019/2020. Whilst this was achievable, it would have required the Council to deal expeditiously with a planning application in order to allow development to commence in 2018/2019. Whilst a planning application is being prepared presently, securing the necessary detailed permissions to ensure that
Millwood Designer Homes Ltd (M… 04 Sep 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 APPENDIX 5 HOUSING TRAJECTORY (MC84) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/949
  • Status: Accepted
The Council considers that the Former Powergen site will deliver 222 in year 2021/22 of the plan period, conveniently in year 5 of the Council's housing trajectory. The site is a brownfield site with known contamination issues that will need to be resolved. The permission and site is also 'complex' in that works are required to be carried out on land owned by third parties which will bring about a number of issues outside of the 'planning arena' to delay delivery. We respect the Council's optim
James Ransley 31 Aug 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 APPENDIX 5 HOUSING TRAJECTORY (MC84) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/769
  • Status: Accepted
Main Change 84 - Housing Trajectory Objections have been made in relation to the housing strategy (primarily Main Change 4), to main changes to proposed allocations or to newly proposed allocations. Consequently, the proposed housing trajectory set out in Main Change 84 is not sound and will not deliver sufficient new homes to meet the housing requirements in either the five-year period or Local Plan period. The key concerns are summarised below but, where they have been made, reference should
Judith Ashton Associates (Jud… 31 Aug 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 APPENDIX 5 HOUSING TRAJECTORY (MC84) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/1168
  • Status: Accepted
[Please see attachment - JAA Reps for Wates on Ashford Main Changes Consultation - August 2017 - Signed]
Church Commissioners for England 31 Aug 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 APPENDIX 5 HOUSING TRAJECTORY (MC84) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/1061
  • Status: Accepted
MC84 Housing Trajectory * Matters in respect of the housing trajectory and the reliance placed on the delivery of 250 units per annum at Chilmington Green were set out in the Commissioners representation to the Regulation 19 consultation. * The Commissioners remain concerned that the Council is relying on very high annual delivery rates when there is little, if any, evidence that this has been achieved on similar sites within Ashford or nationally. Information on delivery rates at Finberry is
Westwell Parish Council (Sue Wood) 31 Aug 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 APPENDIX 5 HOUSING TRAJECTORY (MC84) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/766
  • Status: Accepted
The housing trajectory includes S47 as delivering 25 dwellings in 2019/20 and 50 in 2020/21 1. This document needs to be amended to take account of the further evidence and assessments that need to be carried out to establish the noise and vibration conditions applying to this site from road and train traffic to both north and south of the site . 2. Site S47 is in a strategic transport corridor in the open countryside without any noise screening , which is one reason it is in agricultural land
Shadoxhurst Parish Council (J Batt) 31 Aug 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 APPENDIX 5 HOUSING TRAJECTORY (MC84) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/895
  • Status: Accepted
MC84 Revised Housing Trajectory (Appendix 5) * It is appreciated that there was acknowledgement that we pointed out an error, now corrected. However, the allocation for Shadoxhurst remains at 25 for S36 in the Revised Trajectory. The current planning application is now 19, SPC argues that it should actually be lower still. However, in view of previous comments above about this proposed policy being properly tested in public rather than a premature planning committee decision in this submission,
Thomas Bates & Son Ltd (Joshua… 29 Aug 2017

Main Changes to Local Plan 2030 APPENDIX 5 HOUSING TRAJECTORY (MC84) Content

  • Comment ID: MCLP/414
  • Status: Accepted
Summary (see attached supporting documents in respect of land at Rook Toll, Faversham Road, Boughton Lees). * Support is extended for the increase in the overall number of new dwellings proposed, from 14,680 up to 16,120. * The new housing target includes an increase in housing to be provided in the rural areas/villages, from 1,030 to 2,069. We support the proposed increase in rural housing and the plan's recognition of the important role that this has to play in meeting objectively assessed h
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