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OBJECT Horizon Nuclear Power (Miss Sarah Fox)
Horizon notes that these criteria in this policy are not appropriate for its temporary construction worker accommodation. For example it would be an inappropriate standard for typical occupiers e.g. construction workers, students in temporary single person accommodation, to require children's play space.
Rather than seek for specific amendments to ISA5 to exclude application of this policy from the worker accommodation, Horizon proposes to rely on the Wylfa Newydd specific policies proposed below which would be the relevant policies against which to determine associated development applications. For this reason Horizon isn't proposing specific exclusion of its associated development from this policy.
OBJECT North Wales Wildlife Trust (Mr Chris Wynne)
Greater emphasis should be given to the provision of unstructured open space in this policy and paragraph 7.1.23 and others. At a time when young people are better-informed about environmental issues but also increasingly cut off from direct contact with nature, we think that opportunities to discover the outdoors first-hand must be provided. Through links with other policies and strategies the LDP can allow young people to engage more in their own surroundings and with examples of conservation and sustainability in action.
OBJECT Home Builders Federation Ltd (Mr Mark Harris)
Point 1 is unacceptable as a developer can not be expected to provide open space off site on land he doesn't own. If provision cannot be provided on site then an off site contribution should be taken to improve existing facilities in the area as at point 2. There is no reference to the adoption/management of such spaces.
point 1 should be removed or reworded. Reference needs to be made in the explanatory text with regard to adoption and management of such spaces.