Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt

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L Waller ID-3104 03 Mar 2019

Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt MX61 - Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green MX61 - Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green

  • Comment ID: ADS1721
  • Status: Accepted
MX61 This development links Ash, New Ash Green and Ridley and will destroy their distinct and separate identities. This proposal will place additional burdens on the local infrastructure particularly medical services both GP and hospital facilities do not have sufficient capacity to cope with such a large poulation increase. There is not increased local employment, therefore residents will be mainly commuters and will need transport links and parking at the railway station. A single access road
Mr & Mrs Bethell ID-3870 01 Mar 2019

Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt MX61 - Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green MX61 - Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green

  • Comment ID: ADS1738
  • Status: Accepted
MX61 Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green First and utmost, Green Belt being taken away, when does it stop after this? In turn wildlife and nature will be destroyed along with the agricultural prospect. Why isn't brown belt being sort after more eg barren land next to M25 etc or do you keep this to widen motorways when needed? Considering the size of the area to be built on and the quality of the properties as most housing sites are make up or eyesores which will look run down in a few yea
Miles Drew (Avison Young) ID-3792 26 Feb 2019

Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt MX61 - Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green MX61 - Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green

  • Comment ID: ADS1711
  • Status: Accepted
Avison Young is instructed by the Schools of King Edward VI in Birmingham ('SKE') to prepare and submit representations to the consultation being carried out by Sevenoaks District Council in relation to proposed additional Green Belt sites in connection with the new Local Plan.
Miles Drew (Avison Young) ID-3792 26 Feb 2019

Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt MX59 - Land north an south of Kemsing Station,Kemsing MX59 - Land north an south of Kemsing Station,Kemsing

  • Comment ID: ADS1710
  • Status: Accepted
Avison Young is instructed by the Schools of King Edward VI in Birmingham ('SKE') to prepare and submit representations to the consultation being carried out by Sevenoaks District Council in relation to proposed additional Green Belt sites in connection with the new Local Plan.
Miles Drew (Avison Young) ID-3792 26 Feb 2019

Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt MX58 - Land west of Childsbridge Lane and south of the Recreation Ground, Kemsing MX58 – Land West of Childsbridge Lane and south of the Recreation Ground, Kemsing

  • Comment ID: ADS1709
  • Status: Accepted
Avison Young is instructed by the Schools of King Edward VI in Birmingham ('SKE') to prepare and submit representations to the consultation being carried out by Sevenoaks District Council in relation to proposed additional Green Belt sites in connection with the new Local Plan.
Miles Drew (Avison Young) ID-3792 26 Feb 2019

Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt MX62 - Land between Hartfield Road and Hever Road, Edenbridge MX62 - Land between Hartfield Road and Hever Road, Edenbridge

  • Comment ID: ADS1712
  • Status: Accepted
Avison Young is instructed by the Schools of King Edward VI in Birmingham ('SKE') to prepare and submit representations to the consultation being carried out by Sevenoaks District Council in relation to proposed additional Green Belt sites in connection with the new Local Plan.
Emma Rodgers ID-1615 26 Feb 2019

Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt MX61 - Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green MX61 - Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green

  • Comment ID: ADS1713
  • Status: Accepted
I am writing to you as a 15 year old living at this address: [REDACTED] to object to the proposed planning MX52 MX53 – Corinthians and Bankside, Hartley either submitted separately or together. Also MX61 in ASH. I believe that there are no exceptional circumstances there fore you should not be building on the green belt area. As I live directly next to Banckside site. I, as well as many others have dogs in Hartley which require walking, everyday I walk my dogs through the woods and fields and bu
Natural England (Amy Kitching)… 25 Feb 2019

Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt MX61 - Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green MX61 - Land South of Redhill Road, New Ash Green

  • Comment ID: ADS1706
  • Status: Accepted
MX61 Land south of Redhill Road, New Ash Green This site is within 3km of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and may have the potential to affect the setting of the AONB. Consideration should be given to any impact this allocation may have on the setting of the AONB, with robust mitigation measures informed by LVIA where unavoidable impacts are justified. This site is located within an area predicted to contain Grade 2 best and most versatile (BMV) agricultural land. The Na
Natural England (Amy Kitching)… 25 Feb 2019

Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt MX59 - Land north an south of Kemsing Station,Kemsing MX59 - Land north an south of Kemsing Station,Kemsing

  • Comment ID: ADS1704
  • Status: Accepted
MX59 Land north and south of Kemsing Station - OBJECTION This site is within the Kent Downs AONB, on undeveloped land adjacent to an existing industrial estate. In accordance with paragraph 172 of the NPPF, major development within the AONB should be refused other than in exceptional circumstances and where there the development is in the public interest, and that all development within the AONB should be limited in scale and extent, in order to conserve the landscape and scenic beauty of the AO
Natural England (Amy Kitching)… 25 Feb 2019

Additional Potential Strategic Development Sites in the Green Belt MX58 - Land west of Childsbridge Lane and south of the Recreation Ground, Kemsing MX58 – Land West of Childsbridge Lane and south of the Recreation Ground, Kemsing

  • Comment ID: ADS1705
  • Status: Accepted
MX58 Land west of Childsbridge Lane and south of the Recreation Ground, Kemsing This site is within 700m of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and therefore has the potential to affect the setting of the AONB. Consideration should be given to any impact this allocation may have on the setting of the AONB, with robust mitigation measures where unavoidable impacts are justified. Large development proposals likely to affect the setting of the AONB should be informed by LVIA, w
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