Proposed Revisions to Draft Local Plan (Preferred Options)

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StJohnsCollege 07 Apr 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 9 - New Implementation Policy New Implementation Policy

  • Comment ID: 1070
  • Response Type: Object
3.1. This new Policy simply states that: "All new development will be expected to fully meet it's infrastructure requirements, whether directly on site or by contribution to that provision elsewhere, and to comply with the provisions of the infrastructure delivery plan, in terms of provision of physical and social infrastructure. This provision should be made within the phasing program set out in the Draft Local Plan and Draft Infrastructure Delivery Plan. Any such requirements will be secu
V Ellis - CPRE Kent 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 9 - New Implementation Policy New Implementation Policy

  • Comment ID: 938
  • Response Type: Object
This section refers to important social and physical infrastructure. It is essential that it also refers on on-site/off sites biodiversity offsetting or other biodiversity mitigation that needs to be provided in advance of, or alongside development. It should also refer to the SAMM and associated contributions. The Infrastructure Delivery Plan is lacking in detail, and costs and funding sources should be resolved. Both S106 obligations and CIL will need to have regard to viability issues to ens
April Newing - Kent County Council 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 9 - New Implementation Policy New Implementation Policy

  • Comment ID: 1437
  • Response Type: Observation
To support growth it is essential that infrastructure is delivered at the right scale and at the appropriate time; KCC welcomes the proposed policy which seeks to secure this principle. It is a core requirement that the draft Local Plan is deliverable, realistic and underpinned by an understanding of viability. The County Council expects section 106 contributions to continue to play a significant role in funding infrastructure particularly for the largest allocations requiring significant on and
Clifford Tamplin 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 9 - New Implementation Policy New Implementation Policy

  • Comment ID: 899
  • Response Type: Object
This section places all of the advantages to the housing developers. Thanet has an employment problem first and foremost. Without adequate well paid jobs, the only housing issue is that of social (council) housing needed to accommodate the unemployed and underemployed. Housing developers do not need any support or assistance from TDC or the local taxpayers. This section must be rewritten to place the emphasis on attracting businesses to Thanet in order to drive up the standard of living of the
Joshua Mellor - Barton Willmore LLP 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 9 - New Implementation Policy New Implementation Policy

  • Comment ID: 1052
  • Response Type: Observation
Section 9 of the PRDLP confirms TDC is working with relevant agencies to ensure that future infrastructure requirements, including timings, are identified and provided in a timely manner alongside new development. A draft Infrastructure Delivery Plan (IDP) sets out the infrastructure requirements and known costs, as well as phasing requirements and identification of the party responsible for delivery. 4.2. TDC acknowledge in paragraph 9.3 of the PRDLP that the IDP is subject to ongoing independ
John Walker - The Ramsgate Society 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 9 - New Implementation Policy New Implementation Policy

  • Comment ID: 1472
  • Response Type: Object
This sets out the means by which TDC will seek to ensure the infrastructure needed to support the Local Plan will be delivered by collaboration with key statutory undertakings (e.g. KCC Highways) and by use of planning requirements imposed on developers of major sites ( e.g. Community Infrastructure Levies). We have considerable concerns about this policy in so far as it relates to the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). As we understand it TDC have not yet decided what the CIL might be and as
Tricia Hartley - Ramsgate Town Team 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 9 - New Implementation Policy New Implementation Policy

  • Comment ID: 1149
  • Response Type: Support
Thanet Green Party welcomes the addition of the Draft Infrastructure Working Copy to support the Local Plan which shows how TDC aims to integrate housing strategy with supporting facilities. * Cycle Routes: We commend the proposal to develop a new network of shared cycle routes. We would urge the Council to work with Sustrans to link these to the existing Viking Coastal Trail for leisure users and on the charity's Safe Routes to Schools and other initiatives aimed at daily travellers. We would
Patricia Searle 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 9 - New Implementation Policy New Implementation Policy

  • Comment ID: 879
  • Response Type: Support
Infrastructure improvements for further developments need to be implemented EARLY in any program - not left until most of the development is already causing severe problems.
StJohnsCollege 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 9 - New Implementation Policy New Implementation Policy

  • Comment ID: 1071
  • Response Type: Object
It is noted that this is a first working draft of this plan and that it will continue to be updated and amended as it develops. However we would set out the following comments in relation to this document. 4.2. Paragraph 9 of the Plan suggests that the Council is considering whether a reduced or even zero rated Community Infrastructure Levy should be applied to the strategic development sites. This is due to the fact that the infrastructure requirements on these sites will be significant and wi
Samantha Powell - Education Fu… 17 Mar 2017

1. Preferred Options Revisions Section 9 - New Implementation Policy New Implementation Policy

  • Comment ID: 1233
  • Response Type: Observation
Thank you for seeking the Education Funding Agency's (EFA) views on the above document; we welcome the opportunity to contribute to the development of planning policy at the local level. The EFA was established in 2012 in order to help the government achieve its schools objectives by delivering effective capital programmes that improve the condition of existing buildings and support the creation of new places for pupils and learners. We manage £54 billion of funding a year to support all state-
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