Draft Local Plan October 2012

List Comments

Search for Comments

Response Type
Order By
in order

2047 comments.

List of comments
RespondentResponse DateDetails
Environment Agency 13 Jun 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Carterton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 31 - East Carterton Strategic Development Area (SDA)

  • Comment ID: 2069
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
See attached comments
Brize Norton Parish Council 12 Jun 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Carterton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 31 - East Carterton Strategic Development Area (SDA)

  • Comment ID: 2065
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
NOISE UPDATE REPORT RAF BRIZE NORTON We refer to the report you presented as Agenda Item 12 to the Economic and Social Overview & Scrutiny Committee on Thursday 30 May 2013 and to the meeting you and your colleagues had with members of the Brize Norton Action Group (BNAG) on Thursday 23 May 2013. The Noise Update Report from the Brize Norton Liaison Committee illustrates the point made by the BNAG representatives that noise monitoring, noise measurements and noise modeling are primarily focuse
Andrew Garbutt 10 Jun 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Carterton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 29 - Carterton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 2063
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
See attached file
Andrew Garbutt 10 Jun 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Carterton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 29 - Carterton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 2064
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
The various recent reports submitted by Crest Nicholson generally use the tenuous argument that any issues raised with the Carterton East Development, or the Local Plan in general, lead to the conclusion that WODC should choose their proposed development at Carterton West instead. The many issues with Carterton West are not addressed. The few arguments put forward are subjective and can be equally used to present even more compelling arguments against the Carterton West Development. The addition
Bloor Homes Mr Steve MacPherson 29 May 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Carterton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 31 - East Carterton Strategic Development Area (SDA)

  • Comment ID: 2057
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Support
See attached documents
Mr & Mrs Shorrock 29 May 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Carterton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 31 - East Carterton Strategic Development Area (SDA)

  • Comment ID: 2060
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
See attached documents
Clive Richard Homer 29 May 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Carterton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 31 - East Carterton Strategic Development Area (SDA)

  • Comment ID: 2061
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Noise. Question 1. What firm evidence do you have that noise will not be a problem on the proposed site? Any report that relies solely on noise reports from EGRs is flawed. As we explained there are many more sources of noise- aircraft taxiing, taking off, landing, ground equipment running etc., etc. We could have given a lot more detail. For example The Scheduled Out of Hours Flying for May is 19 out of 31 days ! Question 2. If noise attenuation measures are used EGRs What evidence do you
Mr & Mrs Shorrock 29 May 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Carterton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 31 - East Carterton Strategic Development Area (SDA)

  • Comment ID: 2059
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
A Major Concern with this Development is Encroachment QUESTION 1: Your Planning Policies stated the following Sub-Clause 10:11: Only constrained expansion is allowed because of the need to protect Brize Norton and Shilton in their rural setting and separate identities Sub-Clause 10:12: Also, Aircraft noise and boundaries of the Air Base rule out any noise sensitive development including housing. Since this policy was adopted there has been an increase in the volume of air traffic using the
Philip Squire 28 May 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Carterton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 31 - East Carterton Strategic Development Area (SDA)

  • Comment ID: 2062
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Exceptional Costs In your assessment of strategic site options (October 2012) states "there are no exceptional costs" for the East site. How can you be sure of this when: 1) The developer does not have a costed solution for sewage treatment. The cost of a new pumping main to the Ducklington/Witney Treatment works will be significant both in terms of initial capital cost, but also in terms of ongoing operating costs. 2) The developer has not done any proper flood modelling of the site and its
Keith Beckingham 23 May 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Carterton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 31 - East Carterton Strategic Development Area (SDA)

  • Comment ID: 2058
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
1 FLOODING NB By 'flooding' we are specifically excluding the extraordinary events of July 2007 We moved to Manor Road, BN in December 2002 Flooding issues have increased year on year By 2006 these were occurring monthly - despite a severe drought. Possible contributory factors; a) By 20071200 houses built and occupied in Shilton Park (increasing to 1500) b) Significant increase in size of the Aircraft Servicing Platform (ie apron/hard standing) at RAF BN to accommodate more aircraft. c)
First pagePrevious page Next pageLast page