Proposed Revisions to Draft Local Plan (Preferred Options)

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Dover District Council 23 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 8 - New Strategic Routes Policy New Strategic Routes Policy

  • Comment ID: 1223
  • Response Type: Observation
It was agreed that, in respect of the Proposed Revisions to the draft Thanet District Council Local Plan (Preferred Options), the following representations be sent to Thanet District Council: (h) DDC has ongoing concerns associated with the performance and serviceability at Brenley Corner, noting that, whilst the junction lies outside Thanet District, the additional traffic generated by the Thanet Local Plan proposals could impact on its operation in serving the A2 trunk road to Dover town and
Malcolm Kirkaldie 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 8 - New Strategic Routes Policy New Strategic Routes Policy

  • Comment ID: 812
  • Response Type: Object
This fails to address the need for and include the National cycle [coastal pathway] access from the Parkway and Manston areas to and from Pegwell Bay.
HOWARD 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 8 - New Strategic Routes Policy New Strategic Routes Policy

  • Comment ID: 859
  • Response Type: Observation
A case needs to be made by our being surrounded by 3 sides on water, certainly before the next local plan that we must be allowed to keep a reasonable percentage of green spaces. (When a link up with other councils was being mooted, a reaction in the Canterbury Kentish Gazette was that they could move their housing requirements in our direction). A minor but important point re visiting circuses & attractions is that both the field next to Tesco's & the previus one by the roundobouts where they
Joshua Mellor - Barton Willmore LLP 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 8 - New Strategic Routes Policy New Strategic Routes Policy

  • Comment ID: 1051
  • Response Type: Observation
As detailed in Section 8 of the PRDLP, Kent County Council (KCC) and TDC has prepared a new Transport Strategy for the District, including proposals for new and improved roads and junctions, enhancements to public transport and an expansion of the cycling and walking network. 3.2. Paragraph 8.2 of the PRDLP identifies a key element of the strategy being a proposed Inner Circuit, serving new development and reducing pressure on the existing network. 3.3. In principle, we support the proactive
John Walker - The Ramsgate Society 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 8 - New Strategic Routes Policy New Strategic Routes Policy

  • Comment ID: 1471
  • Response Type: Observation
We note the proposal for a new inner circuit road network to serve new development (e.g. Manston airport mixed use site) and relieve pressure on existing areas (e.g. Birchington). This is a combination of improved and widened existing routes and new roads. The strategic routes plan is a generic summary only which we support in principle and recognise that it requires considerable development in order to maintain environmental quality and safety.
Russell White 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 8 - New Strategic Routes Policy New Strategic Routes Policy

  • Comment ID: 1492
  • Response Type: Support
The strategic routes plan is a generic summary only which we support in principle but require considerable development to maintain environmental quality and safety.
Patricia Searle 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 8 - New Strategic Routes Policy New Strategic Routes Policy

  • Comment ID: 876
  • Response Type: Support
I agree with these much needed roads / road improvements.
StJohnsCollege 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 8 - New Strategic Routes Policy New Strategic Routes Policy

  • Comment ID: 1068
  • Response Type: Object
This Policy is a new introduction to the Local Plan and essentially promotes an inner circuit to serve the new developments and reduce pressures on the existing network. In principle, we support the pro-active approach to address the highway infrastructure issues, however, we would be interested to understand how this inner circuit will be delivered. 2.2. At present the Policy simply states that all new development should make a proportionate and appropriate contribution to the provision of thi
Natasha Ransom - British Horse… 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 8 - New Strategic Routes Policy New Strategic Routes Policy

  • Comment ID: 1237
  • Response Type: Observation
Section 8: New Strategic Routes Policy The strategic route includes widening of Nash Road and Shottendane Road. There are significant roundabouts and several additional roads proposed close to popular riding routes. The removal of TM11 (Half Mile Ride) and TM16 bridleways would force riders onto the even busier roads. TDC and KCC may not be aware that TM14 was granted as a permissive bridleway in 1997 to create a workable bridle route connecting TM15 (bridleway between Woodchurch and California
Caroline Vincent - Birchington… 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 8 - New Strategic Routes Policy New Strategic Routes Policy

  • Comment ID: 861
  • Response Type: Object
Birchington Parish council has considered the latest consultation are particularly concerned in the following areas: The numerous objections from Birchington regarding the first consultation appear to have had no attention paid to them. The Parish council wishes to make the following observations regarding the currentconsultation. * The proposed new roads should be put in place before any future development for the following reasons: All roads that are adjacent to the development sites are li
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