Local Plan to 2030 Regulation 19 - Publication June 2016

Comment ID ALP/2402
Document Section Local Plan to 2030 - Publication Draft SITE POLICIES Ashford Urban Area Land South of Pound Lane Content [View all comments on this section]
Respondent S Harrison [View all comments by this respondent]
Response Date 09 Aug 2016
Do you consider this part of the document is Sound? No
On which grounds do you consider the document unsound? (if applicable)
Do you consider the Document is Legally Compliant? Yes
Comment

• 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 ed. At school times the traffic is substantial increased (Kingsnorth Primary school

on Church Hill). The quantity of traffic will only increase with more housing. Public

transport links are not sufficient and increasing them has proved impossible

(Bridgefield's BusRoute is an example)

• This is an area of Archaeological importance as shown by the latest building works that

took place. This should be taken into account when any further building is proposed

/agreed.

 

What changes do you suggest to make the document legally compliant or sound?
Do you consider it necessary to participate at the oral part of the examination? No
Does your representation relate to an omission site (a site that has not been included). For example a site for Housing, Employment, Travellers, or Local Green Spaces. No
Please supply details of the omission site.
Attachments