S&H/703

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Comment

Schedule of Sites Consultation Document (February 2015)

Representation ID: 2449

Received: 26/03/2015

Respondent: Messrs Whitaker and Smith

Agent: DLP (Planning) Ltd - Sheffield office

Representation:

The SHLAA (2012) indicates a small part of the site was put forward previously in 2001. The SHLAA noted that no further representations promoting the site had been received in the interim period and the availability of the site was uncertain. It is unclear from the information provided in the current assessment document, if additional representations have now been received to support the LPA's assertion that the site is available.
Nevertheless, the site would represent a relatively sustainable extension to the settlement, which is reasonably related to shops, bus stops and schools. The potential yield achieveable from the site may be reduced down from current estimations if the farms buildings remain in situ.

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Comment

Schedule of Sites Consultation Document (February 2015)

Representation ID: 2461

Received: 26/03/2015

Respondent: Mr G Hancock

Agent: IBA Planning Limited

Representation:

Support
Single freehold owner willing to see site developed in the early stages of the Local Plan period.
Low grade agricultural value.
Appropriate and compatible scale with existing settlement
Site lies directly adjacent to Shirland SDL on two sides, with strong defensible boundary features of Cross Lane to south and existing farm complex to east. The site's incorporation into the settlement of Shirland would represent a wholly logical 'rounding-off' and would have minimal impact on the wider countryside.
It is an eminently sustainable location, served by good public transport infrastructure.
No technical or physical constraints have been identified that would render the site unachievable or unsuitable.

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Comment

Schedule of Sites Consultation Document (February 2015)

Representation ID: 2537

Received: 26/03/2015

Respondent: Campaign to Protect Rural England

Representation:

Site (east) considered generally detrimental to the rural identity of the settlement or its countryside surroundings.

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