5. Creating the Place - Section 6: Cohesive, well-planned and well-governed

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Object

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168023

Received: 25/07/2019

Respondent: Mr Peter Ashton

Representation:

The development must have direct access to the A428 and it's own healthcare facilities.
Without these, the development will have unacceptable negative impact on the surrounding villages and its future residents.

Full text:

The development must have direct access to the A428 and it's own healthcare facilities.
Without these, the development will have unacceptable negative impact on the surrounding villages and its future residents.

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168331

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Countryside Properties (UK) Ltd

Agent: Andrew Martin Associates

Representation:

6D - TRANSITIONAL AND TEMPORARY USES

CP considers this section to be too prescriptive and suggest that it is shortened. It is suggested that after the word 'should' be qualified by adding the words: 'should explore opportunities for ...'. However, CP propose the early delivery of the village centre. This will reduce the need, if any, to provide transitional or temporary uses.

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168336

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Countryside Properties (UK) Ltd

Agent: Andrew Martin Associates

Representation:

6C MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE OF COMMUNITY ASSETS

The text acknowledges that this topic area is beyond the scope of the SPD and yet it is included as a Guiding Principle.

It requires the preparation of a Community Development Strategy but does not indicate when this document should be provided. Also, it is considered there is a lot of unnecessary detail which repeats Local Plan policy SC/4: Meeting Community Needs. The SPD should be simplified in this respect.