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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - POLICY TRA4

Representation ID: 1835

OBJECT Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales (Mr Noel Davey)

Summary:

This policy is quite weak and gives cursory treatment of planning commitments for public rights of way. Wording in the JLDP along the lines of that in the Gwynedd UDP policy CH22 'Cycling Networks, Paths and Rights of Way' is required, giving a much more detailed and explicit commitment to safeguarding and promote the RoW network. The JLDP should recognise its importance for visitor economy, recreational benefits, national health and well-being with a strong emphasis on safeguarding and promoting the All Wales Coastal path.

Representation ID: 598

OBJECT Barton Willmore (Mr Mark Roberts)

Summary:

We are concerned that the test "proposals that would cause unacceptable harm to the safe and efficient operation of the highway...will be refused" is imprecise and not positively prepared. There is nothing in the policy as to what constitutes "unacceptable". Development will have an impact on highway networks through increased traffic. Also, the policy does not allow or consider the ability of development proposals to mitigate or reduce impacts on the network.
Change: We consider that the policy should state that developments which would have a "severe/significant unacceptable residual impact..." should be the required test.

Representation ID: 529

OBJECT Bangor Civic Society 1 (Don Mathew)

Summary:

TRA4: Transport impacts. delete 'where necessary'. Safe provision should always be provided for groups listed.

Representation ID: 151

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

Summary:

The policy is considered too rigid and allows no scope for potential mitigation works through planning obligations and conditions. Each case should be dealt with on its merits and demonstrate through accompanying information with a planning application that it can work with or without mitigation.

Revise wording to allow flexibility.

Representation ID: 150

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

Summary:

The policy is considered too rigid and allows no scope for potential mitigation works through planning obligations and conditions. Each case should be dealt with on its merits and demonstrate through accompanying information with a planning application that it can work with or without mitigation.

Revise wording to allow flexibility for negotiations.

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