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North East Derbyshire Publication Draft Local Plan (Reg 19)

Settlement Development Limits

Representation ID: 7246

Received: 29/03/2018

Respondent: Mad Architects

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? Yes

Duty to co-operate? Yes

Representation Summary:

Policy/paragraph identified by Council officer. In terms of the revisions to the settlement boundary refered to in Settlement Development Limit Review January 2018 - Page 55 we feel that the u-shape recess in the settlement boundary seems a little arbitrary and we feel this could be aligned with the boundary either side to include this small area back into the Settlement area.
The area refered to is already hard-standing and in view of the Green Belt assessment of this parcel the release of this would not be detrimental to the Green Belt .
The assessment states :(41714_02 GB Review - Part 2 - Appendix 12 23.02.17 - Page 1655)
''The release of the parcel would neither strengthen nor weaken the Green Belt boundary.''

Change suggested by respondent:

In terms of the revisions to the settlement boundary refered to in Settlement Development Limit Review January 2018 - Page 55 we feel that the u-shape recess in the settlement boundary seems a little arbitrary and we feel this could be aligned with the boundary either side to include this small area back into the Settlement area.
The area refered to is already hard-standing and in view of the Green Belt assessment of this parcel the release of this would not be detrimental to the Green Belt .
The assessment states :(41714_02 GB Review - Part 2 - Appendix 12 23.02.17 - Page 1655)
''The release of the parcel would neither strengthen nor weaken the Green Belt boundary.''

Full text:

In terms of the revisions to the settlement boundary refered to in Settlement Development Limit Review January 2018 - Page 55 we feel that the u-shape recess in the settlement boundary seems a little arbitrary and we feel this could be aligned with the boundary either side to include this small area back into the Settlement area.
The area refered to is already hard-standing and in view of the Green Belt assessment of this parcel the release of this would not be detrimental to the Green Belt .
The assessment states :(41714_02 GB Review - Part 2 - Appendix 12 23.02.17 - Page 1655)
''The release of the parcel would neither strengthen nor weaken the Green Belt boundary.''

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