Spelthorne Local Plan - Preferred Options Consultation: Policies and Site Allocations

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Mr Hugh Wright 29 Jan 2020

Spelthorne Local Plan Preferred Options: policies Infrastructure and Delivery Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delivery

  • Comment ID: pol/361
  • Status: Accepted
The Council is keen to promote alternative sustainable modes of transports where possible and aim for a modal shift away from the use of the private car. In order to support such a shift, the appropriate infrastructure will need to be in place. The provision of a direct rail link from Spelthorne to Heathrow would achieve this objective, both for airport employees living in the Borough as well as for passengers, but has not been mentioned in any of the documents
Iceni Projects (Maddi Simpson) 21 Jan 2020

Spelthorne Local Plan Preferred Options: policies Infrastructure and Delivery Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delivery

  • Comment ID: pol/491
  • Status: Accepted
The Need to Deliver Schools The Preferred Option consultation document doesn't consider where schools will be delivered to support the delivery of housing in the borough. The delivery of a school is one of the most important pieces of infrastructure that can be provided within a District, yet this area of development is often overlooked. The delivery of significant levels of new development and family homes will also drive needs for new and expanded schools, yet the Local Plan makes no provisio
Tasha Hurley 21 Jan 2020

Spelthorne Local Plan Preferred Options: policies Infrastructure and Delivery Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delivery

  • Comment ID: pol/318
  • Status: Accepted
It is important for development to be delivered alongside any necessary infrastructure required to support it. As such Thames Water support the content of Policy ID7 and the associated supporting text. New development has the potential to necessitate upgrades to the existing sewerage or water networks in order to ensure that adverse impacts such as sewer flooding, pollution of land and watercourses and problems of low/no water pressure are avoided. Where upgrades are required they will need to b
Terence O'Rourke (Alex Chapman) 21 Jan 2020

Spelthorne Local Plan Preferred Options: policies Infrastructure and Delivery Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delivery

  • Comment ID: pol/533
  • Status: Accepted
The draft policy fails to meet the requirement at NPPF Policy 20 to make sufficient provision for infrastructure and community facilities that will be required during the plan period. The policy needs go beyond providing a supportive policy environment and actually set out firm commitments on infrastructure and community facilities are required and where they will be provided. There needs to be a clear link between these and provisions in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan to understand how they w
Surrey County Council (Mr Jame… 21 Jan 2020

Spelthorne Local Plan Preferred Options: policies Infrastructure and Delivery Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delivery

  • Comment ID: pol/399
  • Status: Accepted
Minerals and Waste Planning An increase in development in the Borough will generate increased demand for waste facilities and construction minerals to support any increase in housing development and growth within the Borough. In our response to the Issues and Options Consultation, we pointed to the lack of any reference to both Surrey County Council's Waste Plan and the Minerals Plan within the evidence base for the Spelthorne Local Plan. The minerals and waste plans remain unmentioned in this c
Barton Willmore (M Ed Pigott) 21 Jan 2020

Spelthorne Local Plan Preferred Options: policies Infrastructure and Delivery Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delivery

  • Comment ID: pol/272
  • Status: Accepted
Policy ID1 sets out that that Council will seek to secure the required level of infrastructure to support the development. It is important that the is clear that any contributions sought are in line with the requirements of the NPPF and the CIL Regulations. Any policy requirement should also be evidence based and should not impact upon the viability of development which could stifle the delivery of much-needed employment floorspace. Suggested Policy Wording Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delive
Royal Borough of Windsor and M… 21 Jan 2020

Spelthorne Local Plan Preferred Options: policies Infrastructure and Delivery Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delivery

  • Comment ID: pol/344
  • Status: Accepted
RBWM Highways welcomes the commitment to provide appropriate supporting infrastructure for new development and would welcome opportunities for joint working on cross-boundary schemes and initiatives relating to transport infrastructure.
Jigsaw Planning and Developmen… 21 Jan 2020

Spelthorne Local Plan Preferred Options: policies Infrastructure and Delivery Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delivery

  • Comment ID: pol/117
  • Status: Accepted
4 Appears to be an error The suggested re-wording below gives the opportunity for sporting facilities to be improved both in terms of quality, accessibility and increased usage as a replacement for an existing site
Surrey County Council (Mr Jame… 21 Jan 2020

Spelthorne Local Plan Preferred Options: policies Infrastructure and Delivery Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delivery

  • Comment ID: pol/275
  • Status: Accepted
Education Provision Based on current forecasts there are sufficient primary places across the borough of Spelthorne. We may need to create additional places, particularly in the planning areas of Staines and Laleham where there is a large increase in housing planned. There may also be a future need for some additional places to be provided in Shepperton and Stanwell as there is only a small surplus of places projected in these areas. This situation will need to be closely monitored. Based on cu
Rachel Rae 21 Jan 2020

Spelthorne Local Plan Preferred Options: policies Infrastructure and Delivery Policy ID1: Infrastructure and delivery

  • Comment ID: pol/311
  • Status: Accepted
A Water Cycle Study has not been published and this is an important baseline evidence document which we have previously advised you on in November 2019. Please ensure this is considered and any recommendations promoted by the study are incorporated within this policy.
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