Local Plan to 2030 Regulation 19 - Publication June 2016

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Peter Davison 17 Aug 2016

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  • Comment ID: ALP/2501
  • Status: Accepted
The purpose of this email is to confirm an objection to Site WE15 being built over with industrial buildings and to make a request. You may remember that years ago when J10A was first discussed, ABC said that the historic and ancient village of Mersham would be protected. Otherwise the industrial buildings of WE15 would be up to the built edge of the village. The objections are light, noise and CO2 pollution. High traffic density, especially with trucks and vans. Large overbearing buildings tha
Kent County Council (KCC) (Bar… 17 Aug 2016

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  • Comment ID: ALP/2553
  • Status: Accepted
It is advised that a review to determine which scenario has the greatest potential given the current economic conditions, predictions for economic growth and anticipated economic performance. In particular, consideration should be given to the impact on employment. In light of this, it is recommended that a review is undertaken earlier than specified.
Jonathan Mayes 17 Aug 2016

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  • Comment ID: ALP/2522
  • Status: Accepted
I write with regards to the land/field in between Blind lane in Mersham and the proposed warehouse development at junction 10a. Having allowed the development to go ahead by Sevington church and the disaster that will likely be to traffic and noise pollution, please can we protect this land in between ashford and Mersham. We should protect the villages that have a fantastic community, respect noise and light pollution and not kill off the Kent countryside surrounding villages.
Mersham and Sevington Parish C… 17 Aug 2016

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  • Comment ID: ALP/2502
  • Status: Accepted
In recent years the communities of Mersham and Sevington have been impacted by developments including the M20 to the north and the high speed link through their heart. Most recently the approval for development to the land on the U19 site to incorporate massive distribution warehouses clearly starts to choke the Parish from the North. Mersham and Sevington continue to evolve with the Parish council and local community supporting balanced growth of the village as evidenced by the local needs hou
Joanne Robinson 16 Aug 2016

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  • Comment ID: ALP/2447
  • Status: Accepted
I would like to see the proposed warehouse (that is generally referred to as an Amazon Distribution Centre, although I understand that this is unconfrmed by the Council) and any further development of the WE15 site and Cheesemans Green rejected. The position is inappropriate, encroaching too far onto a rural settlement, will create an eyesore and will cause access/transport issues.
Chilham Parish Council (Geoff Dear) 16 Aug 2016

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  • Comment ID: ALP/2398
  • Status: Accepted
The employment growth target of 11,100 between 2014-2030 is inadequate in the context of the target of providing 12,200 dwellings between 2016 and 2030 (see SP2)
GSE Waterbrook Ltd (Aelen) 15 Aug 2016

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  • Comment ID: ALP/2256
  • Status: Accepted
We support this strategic approach – however question the need and rationale to place 20ha of commercial floorspace at this location. This is expanded on further later in this representation. [ref S16 Waterbrook]
Lee Robinson 15 Aug 2016

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  • Comment ID: ALP/2467
  • Status: Accepted
I would like to see the proposed warehouse (that is generally referred to as an Amazon Distribution Centre, although I understand that this is unconfrmed by the Council) and any further development of the WE15 site and Cheesemans Green rejected. The position is inappropriate, encroaching too far onto a rural settlement, will create an eyesore and will cause access/transport issues.
Village Alliance (Padraig Herlihy) 12 Aug 2016

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  • Comment ID: ALP/2173
  • Status: Accepted
The intention to take a positive approach that reflects a presumption in favour of sustainable economic development is not appropriate if it is not tempered with other considerations such as the impact on the environment of any development proposed. The critical point is that the term 'sustainable' should be defined more closely. A development might be 'sustainable' in terms of economic development but not 'sustainable' in terms of its impact on the biodiversity and environmental quality of the
Kingsnorth Parish Council (L Bunn) 10 Aug 2016

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  • Comment ID: ALP/2175
  • Status: Accepted
SP3 Strategic Approach to Economic Delivery p28 We consider that the provision of high speed broad band access should be available to all new workplaces in rural areas as a priority.
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