Local Plan to 2030 Regulation 19 - Publication June 2016

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Kent County Council (KCC) (Bar… 17 Aug 2016

Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content

  • Comment ID: ALP/2574
  • Status: Accepted
Support Policy S5 (a) & (c)
Kent County Council (KCC) (Bar… 17 Aug 2016

Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content

  • Comment ID: ALP/2571
  • Status: Accepted
The County Council will require proportionate financial contributions towards the construction costs of any new education provision (including the new primary school at Court Lodge) required to mitigate the impact of the proposed development include the new primary school at Court Lodge. Additional contributions for the provision of County Council Services including facilities for delivering early help and other services within the new community building at Court Lodge will be required. Furthe
Kent County Council (KCC) (Bar… 17 Aug 2016

Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content

  • Comment ID: ALP/2573
  • Status: Accepted
The County Council – as Local Minerals and Waste Planning Authority - confirms that, according to British Geological Survey safeguarding data, Sub-Alluvial River Terrace deposits are present within the allocated site and are vulnerable to sterilisation. As set out in the adopted Kent Minerals and Waste Local Plan 2013-2030, Policy CSM 5: Land-won Mineral Safeguarding and Policy DM 7: Safeguarding Mineral Resources detail how minerals of economic importance will be safeguarded from being unneces
Southern Water (Ms Mayall) 16 Aug 2016

Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content

  • Comment ID: ALP/2351
  • Status: Accepted
Policy S5 allocates upto 100 dwellings on 'Land South of Pound Lane'. In line with paragraph 162 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and the National Planning Practice Guidance (NPPG), we have undertaken an assessment of our infrastructure, including its ability to meet the forecast demand for the proposed development. That assessment reveals that: (i) additional local sewerage infrastructure would be required to accommodate the proposed development (involving making a connectio
CPRE Kent (Ashford District Co… 10 Aug 2016

Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content

  • Comment ID: ALP/1741
  • Status: Accepted
CPRE supports this allocation. It should, however, be delivered with a suitable phasing so that it can: a) respond appropriately to service provision in adjoining existing and proposed sites. b) be available slowly to meet the needs of the community. A masterplan should be prepared for this site, using an Enquiry by Design process to ensure the existing community is actively involved in the planning and design.
Kingsnorth Parish Council (L Bunn) 10 Aug 2016

Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content

  • Comment ID: ALP/2220
  • Status: Accepted
S5 Land south of Pound Lane. Up to 100 dwellings with links to Court Lodge. This site is supported with the following comments * This bullet point has caused considerable confusion with residents as to the arrangements for the access and exit on Pound Lane. The Parish Council consider that the Kingsnorth cross roads should be provided with traffic lights even if Pound Lane is stopped after Riverside Close. * This is supported * It is very important that the existing houses in Pound lane have
Highways England (Kevin Brown) 10 Aug 2016

Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content

  • Comment ID: ALP/2694
  • Status: Accepted
POLICY S5 – LAND SOUTH OF POUND LANE Policy S5 proposes the Land south of Pound Lane site is allocated as a residential development residential development, for up to 100 dwellings. The policy states that the development shall "provide a proportionate financial contribution to the delivery of the Pound Lane Link Road and the delivery of Highway England's scheme for a new M20 Junction 10a." The impacts of the site on the SRN should be set out in the transport evidence base. In the absence of a
Weald of Kent Protection Socie… 10 Aug 2016

Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content

  • Comment ID: ALP/2290
  • Status: Accepted
P.59 POLICY S4 — Kingsnorth, Land north of Steeds Lane and Magpie Hall Road (up to 320 dwellings) and P. 63 POLICY S5 — Kingsnorth, Land south of Pound Lane (up to 100 dwellings). We recommend delaying any further development in Kingsnorth until the M20 Junction 10a is built.
G harrison 09 Aug 2016

Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content

  • Comment ID: ALP/2392
  • Status: Accepted
• There should be a greate r "Green Buffer / Necklace" th an is curre ntl y proposed in t he S5 South of Pound LaneSite. • The density of the proposed build in th is site is too great . The t raffi c issues onto any existing or newly created access will be too great for the surrounding area. Traffic is currently dangerous at the Queens Head Crossroads not just because of poor visib ility at the junct ion which could be recti fied but because of quantity of t raffic which cannot be rectifi
S Harrison 09 Aug 2016

Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content

  • Comment ID: ALP/2402
  • Status: Accepted
• There should be a greate r "Green Buffer / Necklace" th an is curre ntl y proposed in t he S5 South of Pound LaneSite. • The density of the proposed build in th is site is too great . The t raffi c issues onto any existing or newly created access will be too great for the surrounding area. Traffic is currently dangerous at the Queens Head Crossroads not just because of poor visib ility at the junct ion which could be recti fied but because of quantity of t raffic which cannot be rectifi
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