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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)
M French 26 Apr 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: 2051
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
One of the conclusions of the October 2012 Sustainability Appraisal for the Carterton East Site states that "the infrastructure costs per unit do not appear to be unreasonable or unrealistic". This is not true. There are likely to be exceptional costs associated withthis development.These exceptional costs are necessary to meet the Foul Drainage requirements for this site. The current system serving Brize Norton village and Shilton Park is at saturation point, as demonstrated by Thames Water pla
Brize Norton Parish Council 10 Apr 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: 2050
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
PROPOSED EAST CARTERTON DEVELOPMENT RESPONSE TO BLOOR HOMES NOISE REPORT We have reviewed the letter report prepared by Hepworth Acoustics (HA). They have been retained by Bloor Homes to provide a review of the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) Report "C130 EGR Noise Assessment Technical Report" prepared by AMEC (dated August 2012 - the AMEC Report) and to also provide a critique of the responses on noise that West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC) has received as part of their Decemb
Brize Norton Parish Council 05 Mar 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: 2048
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
I am sending you the enclosed document (ATTACHED), on behalf of the Brize Norton Action Group and Parish Council, for your information. It is also being sent to WODC councillors. It has been compiled by Brize Norton village residents to highlight the issues and problems associated with building a large new housing estate to the East of Carterton, and the impact such a development would have on the prospective new home owners/tenants there and also on the surrounding area. It is only a brief ove
Brize Norton Parish Council 04 Mar 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: 2033
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
Brize Norton Parish Council has many concerns on the selection of the Eastern site at Carterton. As you are aware we, and most of our villagers, wrote to your officers during the recent consultation phase. We have concerns over the East site's suitability for such a large residential build. We are very concerned about the air quality in that area, being so close to the RAF's largest operational base, and also feel that there is a very definite need for a comprehensive noise survey and a detaile
Ann Elsmore and Charles Brennand 01 Mar 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: 2036
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
We strongly oppose the plans for Carterton, and the proposal to build 700 houses in East çarterton. In our opinion these houses are not needed. We object to the encroachment on, and the boundary change to Brize Norton Village. We understand that several of the Carterton schools are under subscribed. We have an excellent village school, there is therefore no need for a new school. Brize Norton Village is often flooded, -- If the flood plain fields between us and Carter-ton are built on
Goodallrounder 11 Feb 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: 2046
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Support
I didn't get to comment during the consultation in December, but I would like to add my support for the Carterton East plan. It makes much more sense to extend the existing development atShiltonParkand the proposed plan makes sensitive use of the land with the extension of the country park. The West plan was, in my view, impractical for many reasons and would have created a separate enclave to Carterton, with associated traffic problems and the destruction of the nicest footpath in the area. I a
Keith Beckingham 11 Feb 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: 2039
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
I understand that following the large number of complaints from residents of Black Bourton, the engine ground running of Hercules aircraft at RAF Brize Norton is being moved to a site overlooking the proposed new housing development known as 'the East option' The C130 EGR report by the DIO completed in 2012 highlights the noise problems which at that time were at their worst in Black Bourton One need only look at the noise readings in the report and substitute Brize Norton for Black Bourton to
Alan Griffiths 11 Feb 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: 2044
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
I am writing to state my opposition to the building of 700 houses on the east Carterton site. A number of reasons; * Flooding- I imagine you have seen photographs of the proposed site completely flooded on the Brize Norton website. * It is hardly close to local shops. Few people would walk into town from there, so - more cars on the road. Traffic not heading for the A40 wouldcome through Brize Norton, we have enough as it is, the roundabout by the church is already dangerous with cars speeding
Mr and Mrs P Butcher 10 Feb 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: 2035
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
We can fully understand the need for additional housing in and around RAF Brize Norton, simply because, RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire is the largest Station in the RAF and has approximately 6000 service personnel and 1400 MOD civil servants and contractors. It is the home of the Air Mobility Squadrons and is the 'gateway to operations', as the main airport used for deploying UK troops Worldwide. As the RAF Station expands, its needs for future housing will grow. Many of the new homes will be
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