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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - POLICY PS7

Representation ID: 1420

OBJECT NFU Cymru (Dafydd Jarrett)

Summary:

The NFU would like to make the following general comments about the Development Management Policies included in the draft Plan. Opportunities that would not prevent the following development:
* provision of renewable energy which is appropriate in terms of its scale and design to its location.

Representation ID: 765

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

Summary:

PS3 states in the context of information and communications technology infrastructure that 'to lessen the visual impact of new overhead lines associated with developments, especially in sensitive locations, they should be placed underground.' This should also apply to electricity transmission cables, particularly in relation to new renewable energy developments, where limitation of visual impact on the landscape is particularly important. Moreover, the possible cumulative loading implications of new projects for capacity of the existing transmission lines should be clearly established to avoid unforeseen needs for later upgrading of overhead lines with a resulting risk of adverse visual impact. It is not enough to leave these matters in the hands of the District Network Operator.

Representation ID: 662

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

Summary:

We also support the principles laid out in PS7 which describe that renewable energy installations should not individually or cumulatively compromise the objectives of designated protected landscape areas, including areas 'visible beyond their boundaries', and 'especially with regard to landscape character, biodiversity or residential amenity.'

Representation ID: 607

OBJECT Mr Paul Madden

Summary:

No mention is made of protecting tourist / visitor amenity. Tourism is the most important industry on Anglesey and as such should be protected.
Amend criteria (i) and (iii) through adding 'tourism' to the reference towards 'residential amenity'.
Criteria (ii) to be amended to read "ii. that installations in areas covered by international, national or local nature conservation designations in accordance with PS16 do not individually or cumulatively compromise the objectives of the designations".

Representation ID: 181

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

Summary:

Consider this policy is repetitive of national policy e.g. (not all landscapes are of the same value). The policy is too restrictive and not positive toward renewable energy technologies on existing mineral extractions sites or toward previously used land.

Representation ID: 180

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

Summary:

Consider this policy is repetitive of national policy e.g. (not all landscapes are of the same value). The policy is too restrictive and not positive toward renewable energy technologies on existing mineral extractions sites or toward previously used land.

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