Portishead Neighbourhood Plan Submission Consultation

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Persimmon Homes Severn Valley 18 Nov 2022

Portishead Neighbourhood Plan 2022-2038 Part 1: Introduction Why prepare a Neighbourhood Plan for Portishead?

  • Comment ID: 31975457//1
While the Neighbourhood Plan can be formed in accordance with the strategic policies of North Somerset Council, the fact that these policies have been found to be out of date would suggest the intention of forming the Neighbourhood Plan in accordance with these policies is ill founded. Core Strategy Policy CS14, which allocates the distribution of new housing over the plan period, was found to be out of date at appeal with reference APP/D0121/W/21/3285343. Para 66 of the draft Neighbourhood Plan
Janetd 04 Nov 2022

Portishead Neighbourhood Plan 2022-2038 Part 1: Introduction Why prepare a Neighbourhood Plan for Portishead?

  • Comment ID: 20318049//1
This plan should help Portishead residents plan for the future of their town, particularly restricting unwanted building. The town has already trebled in size in the last 20 years with no additional infrastructure.
Martin Powell 04 Nov 2022

Portishead Neighbourhood Plan 2022-2038 Part 1: Introduction Why prepare a Neighbourhood Plan for Portishead?

  • Comment ID: 29268929//1
There is absolutely no point in ordinary citizens commenting on plans any more. The local people are always ignored and the local government is unable to do anything as targets for housing are set nationally and decided by Planning Inspectors, who also act as advisers to big developers. Farleigh Fields in Backwell was rejected at every level, including by the Secretary of State, was universally rejected by hundreds of local people. Yet, it is being built because one planning inspector from Ches
Joness15 11 Oct 2022

Portishead Neighbourhood Plan 2022-2038 Part 1: Introduction Why prepare a Neighbourhood Plan for Portishead?

  • Comment ID: 29026721//1
All green belt must be protected. if development is required should be on brown field sites. particular importance in areas around weston big wood