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Deleted User 17 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH Supporting the Rural Economy Supporting the Rural Economy

  • Comment ID: 650
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Support
Paragraph 6.23 English Heritage supports the principle of enabling estates to diversify, as a sensitive economically viable enterprise is usually the best way of ensuring the retention and maintenance of heritage assets on the estates. The paragraph could recognise the link between diversification and the conservation and enhancement of natural and built assets – it does not need to be a balance between them; indeed, a truly sustainable development would be economically successful whilst
Neil Homer 14 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH Supporting the Rural Economy Supporting the Rural Economy

  • Comment ID: 475
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
6.18 (p50) – the proposed Cotswolds Broadband Fibre to the Premises infrastructure project should be referred to and identified as a strategic infrastructure project in the IDP for potential CIL support funding.
Tom Ormesher 12 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH Supporting the Rural Economy Supporting the Rural Economy

  • Comment ID: 356
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Support
The NFU welcomes this understanding of the pressures on farming businesses and the support for both mainstream agriculture and farm diversification projects.
Charlbury Town Council Mr Rich… 08 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH Supporting the Rural Economy Supporting the Rural Economy

  • Comment ID: 1439
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
In directing employers to suitable sites (6.19), in view of the emphasis on "better transport connections", we would note that Charlbury has the best rail connections in the District. A focus solely on the "main towns" may therefore not always be appropriate, especially for employers requiring London connections or seeking to recruit young, educated people from Oxford - such as Torchbox, the large web development firm at Cornbury Park.