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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - Policy ISA1

Representation ID: 1173

SUPPORT Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (Mr Dewi Griffiths )

Summary:

In order to ensure that sufficient infrastructure exists for domestic development capital investment is sought in the 5 year Asset Management Plans (AMP) to address deficiencies. An adopted Local Plan with identified growth helps strengthen the company can put forward in relation to AMP funding projects. Due to the regulatory framework there is potential disparity in the timeframes of our AMP and the LDP. There may be instances where 'lead-in' times are required to bring an infrastructure project and associated funding to fruition. Where specific infrastructure improvements are required in advance of AMP investment we support the provision within the policy of seeking financial contributions from developers to secure necessary improvements.

Representation ID: 1060

OBJECT Llywodraeth Cymru (Mr Mark Newey)

Summary:

Clarification is required about what infrastructure is required to deliver the allocated sites and how and when this will be delivered within the plan period, and whether any phasing of development will be required. It is not clear whether Policy ISA1 priorities the infrastructure requirement or whether this is merely a list. The viability work relating to the site deliverability is also weak The authority should also be able to indicate a priority list, in the generality, of what obligations it will seek from development and the financial magnitude of such obligations and the impact of viability. If a CIL is not in place, there could be a policy vacuum in the plan's ability to capture financial receipts to support development.

Representation ID: 948

OBJECT CPERA (Cynghorydd Elin Walker Jones)

Summary:

It is necessary to ensure that Bangor's infrastructure can cope with the additional dwellings. The roads, schools, GPs surgeries, water systems, sewage systems, police services, the hospital, let alone the general amenities are already unsuitable for the population in Bangor without adding more to them. Nothing should be built unless residents have easy access to adequate infrastructure including schools, surgeries, shops and community amenities.

Representation ID: 697

OBJECT Barton Willmore (Mr Mark Roberts)

Summary:

This policy seeks to ensure that financial contributions or infrastructure are provided by development proposals where necessary in order to make them acceptable and to allow the development to proceed.

However, contributions are sought to a broad range of potential purposes which are not clearly defined, are not related to planning, or are not in the control of an applicant or indeed a council to deliver.

The policy fails the CIL regulations and should be amended accordingly.

The policy therefore does not comply with Test of Soundness C2 as it does not comply with Planning Policy Wales and CE2.

Representation ID: 528

SUPPORT Bangor Civic Society 1 (Don Mathew)

Summary:

ISA1: Infrastructure Provision
Change: Open space - to proposals map add 'Pen-y-bryn Gardens' and 'Penrhyn Arms Open Space'.

Representation ID: 511

OBJECT Gwynedd Archaeological planning Service (Mr Ashley Batten)

Summary:

interpretation, conservation and enhancement of historic features, monuments, buildings or landscape elements should be considered in this list

Representation ID: 469

OBJECT Home Builders Federation Ltd (Mr Mark Harris)

Summary:

There is no reference to the need to assess the viability of the development to afford the contributions requested and also the need to decide between competing requirements which cant all be afforded by the development. The difference between required infrastructure such as services and other S106 contributions needs to be made.

Representation ID: 439

OBJECT Welsh Highland Railway (Mr Graham Farr)

Summary:

Careful consideration needs to be given to the adverse impact any requirement for developer contributions may have on the viability of new development such as the Company might propose in accordance with Candidate Site submissions refs: SP552 and SP870 (copies of forms attached). Delete sentence 'Where proposals ... must be funded by the proposal.'

Representation ID: 303

SUPPORT North Wales Wildlife Trust (Mr Chris Wynne)

Summary:

We welcome the inclusion of nature conservation in the list of purposes for which contributions may be sought

Representation ID: 147

OBJECT Ellesmere Sand & Gravel Company Limited represented by Pleydell Smithyman Limited (Mr Robert Price)

Summary:

There is no definition of what development will be subject to what planning obligations.

Given the specific characteristics of mineral extraction. Minerals development should not be subject to CIL.

Representation ID: 146

OBJECT Lafarge Tarmac Trading Limited represented by Pleydell Smithyman Limited (Mr Robert Price)

Summary:

There is no definition of what development will be subject to what planning obligations.

Given the specific characteristics of mineral extraction. Minerals development should not be subject to CIL.

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