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Anonymous 2 14 Sep 2018

Interim Sustainability Appraisal (no name)

  • Comment ID: 94
  • Response Type: Object
SCLP12.30 Development of Innocence Farm is not needed. The port does not want it. There is no evidence for it.
Durrant, Paul 14 Sep 2018

Interim Sustainability Appraisal (no name)

  • Comment ID: 100
  • Response Type: Object
SCLP12.30 See my many reasons in my email to yourselves primarily there is zero evidence for Innocence Farm.
Natural England (jackson, john) 14 Sep 2018

Interim Sustainability Appraisal (no name)

  • Comment ID: 17
  • Response Type: Observation
We agree with the selection of issues.  We note that soils are included as a sustainability appraisal issue, but that there is not a corresponding plan policy covering them.  We would welcome inclusion of reference to SANGS, RAMS, Net Gain, and the wider green infrastructure network for guide questions under 13 Biodiversity, and indicators under SA objective 13.  We would welcome the opportunity for further discussion on the Sustainability Appraisal, with reference to the above issues.
Manning, Susan 14 Sep 2018

Interim Sustainability Appraisal (no name)

  • Comment ID: 28
  • Response Type: Object
SCLP12.30
Burgess, Amanda 14 Sep 2018

Interim Sustainability Appraisal (no name)

  • Comment ID: 35
  • Response Type: Object
Object
Palmer, John 14 Sep 2018

Interim Sustainability Appraisal (no name)

  • Comment ID: 38
  • Response Type: Object
Object
Alford, Tracy 14 Sep 2018

Interim Sustainability Appraisal (no name)

  • Comment ID: 41
  • Response Type: Object
SCLP12.61
Barber, Julie 14 Sep 2018

Interim Sustainability Appraisal (no name)

  • Comment ID: 43
  • Response Type: Object
SCLP12.61 No more building in Trimley
Barnes, Mandy 14 Sep 2018

Interim Sustainability Appraisal (no name)

  • Comment ID: 47
  • Response Type: Object
SCLP12.62 I moved here 28 years ago to be part of a village. To go walking in the countryside not to have more and more houses built which we don't need, and no extra school's, dentist, doctors made available. The roads etc. cannot deal with this. Build somewhere else that may need houses.
Bloor Homes Eastern (Cope, Guy) 14 Sep 2018

Interim Sustainability Appraisal (no name)

  • Comment ID: 10
  • Response Type: Observation
4.0 Assessment of Sites through the Interim Sustainability Appraisal 4.1 The Envrionmental Assessment of Plans and Programmes Regulations (2004) require that all reasonable alternatives be considered and assessed to the same level of detail as the preferred approach; and that the reasons for the selection of the preferred alternative, and the rejections of others, be made set out. 4.2 In addition, the revised NPPF requires the Local Plan to contain an appropriate strategy, taking into account
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