Draft Core Strategy January 2011

Draft Core Strategy January 2011

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NameResponseDate
mick Statistics can be used to prove anything.Where are all these people living at the moment.They must be somewhere.Market forces will conspire to defeat your plan.Just like new roads encourage more traffic so to will building new houses.You will never satisfy demand. 17 Feb 2011 17:51
Mike No 17 Feb 2011 19:18
David Heslam Growth for growth's sake is not a good policy. Carterton needs to properly utilise those areas at its heart that are already built on and currently occupied by a lot of empty and substandard MOD housing. If it then has to expand then area to its north would have least negative impact on the environment and existing village communities. 18 Feb 2011 18:10
Barry Lewis Little or no consideration has been given to exsisting infrastructure; relying on developer promises to provide contributions to some schemes subject to Council involement, against reduced Council finances. 19 Feb 2011 14:58
New resident 2010 There are some excellent examples of new houses which have been built very much in keeping with the local style - use of stone and roofs. Ensure any new houses continue to be built in the local style. 19 Feb 2011 17:39
Stephen Carpenter With average house prices remaining not far off of £200,000 do they expect first time buyers to be able to get mortgages to afford the the houses that they are proposing to build?? 22 Feb 2011 00:01
Michael White No 27 Feb 2011 10:54
Tom Ormesher The strategy should reflect the Government's "Home on the Farm" scheme, which encourages the conversion of redundant farm buildings into affordable housing for local people. 28 Feb 2011 12:23
Bampton Parish Council - Cllr… No comments 28 Feb 2011 14:13
Bampton Environmental Watch Gr… None 28 Feb 2011 14:59
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