Sevenoaks District Draft Local Plan Consultation July 2018

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David Allen ID-1208 07 Sep 2018

Draft Local Plan July 2018 A Balanced Strategy for Sustainable Growth in a Constrained District Finding Places for New Homes

  • Comment ID: DLPP365
  • Status: Accepted
The Draft Plan makes no mention of the 468 long term empty properties in the SDC reported to the Development Control Committee 28/03/2018. This equates to more than half the proposed development on Green Fields in Hartley (MX 52 and 53 for 800 homes) which if action was taken to occupy some of the empty homes it would reduce the number in that proposal. In my view there should at least be a positive statement in the plan to lobby Government to legislate if necessary to occupy some if not all of
David Allen ID-1208 06 Sep 2018

Draft Local Plan July 2018 A Balanced Strategy for Sustainable Growth in a Constrained District Policy 2 - Housing and Mixed Use Site Allocations

  • Comment ID: DLPP341
  • Status: Accepted
Please find attached response in respect of H02 Grosvenor Church Road Hartley
David Allen ID-1208 06 Sep 2018

Draft Local Plan July 2018 Ensuring new development respects local distinctiveness Designing and protecting attractive places

  • Comment ID: DLPP340
  • Status: Accepted
Please find attached detailed comments regarding H02 Grosvenor Church Road Hartley
David Allen ID-1208 30 Jul 2018

Draft Local Plan July 2018 A Balanced Strategy for Sustainable Growth in a Constrained District Policy 2 - Housing and Mixed Use Site Allocations

  • Comment ID: DLPP28
  • Status: Accepted
Thank you for your letter dated 13th July 2018 confirming the start of a consultation period for the SDC Draft Local Strategic Plan for development in the district from 2015 to 2035. With much regret and disappointment I have read the Draft Strategic Plan for housing development which I note has changed in recent months from promoting small appropriate development in the Hartley area to mass over development projects unsupported by local infrastructure to access national highways and towns. In