Consultation Draft (February 2017)

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Consultation Draft (February 2017)

D6 Green Belt

Representation ID: 5950

Received: 10/04/2017

Respondent: Panache Lingerie Ltd

Agent: Knight Frank

Representation Summary:

Panache Lingerie Ltd strongly supports Objective D6 (Green Belt) which seeks to protect the Green Belt and promote sustainable patterns of development across the District. The redevelopment of our client's site would meet with this objective as it offers the opportunity to minimise Green Belt losses, whilst ensuring an adequate
supply of high quality employment land is retained.

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E2 Land Remediation

Representation ID: 5951

Received: 10/04/2017

Respondent: Panache Lingerie Ltd

Agent: Knight Frank

Representation Summary:

Panache Lingerie Ltd also supports Objective E2 (Land Remediation), and the promotion of previously developed land in order to support sustainable growth, as this will facilitate the redevelopment of underused sites such as our
client's, for other more viable uses.

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Policy SS1: Sustainable Development

Representation ID: 5952

Received: 10/04/2017

Respondent: Panache Lingerie Ltd

Agent: Knight Frank

Representation Summary:

Panache Lingerie Ltd generally supports the principles of this policy as they broadly align with paragraph 14 of the NPPF. The respondent particularly supports part B of this policy which promotes the efficient use of land and the re-use of previously
developed land in sustainable locations, such as our client's site.

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Policy SS2: Scale of Development

Representation ID: 5953

Received: 10/04/2017

Respondent: Panache Lingerie Ltd

Agent: Knight Frank

Representation Summary:

Panache Lingerie Ltd generally supports the proposed level for residential development of up to 1,950 dwellings within Level 2 Settlements, including Renishaw. However, the respondent has serious concerns about the calculation of the housing need. The Council states that 1,016 units of the 6,600 dwellings have already been built. This would directly contravene paragraph 47 of the NPPF, as these houses are delivered, as opposed to deliverable. Therefore, there would be scope to develop more than 1,950 units within Level 2 Settlements.

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Policy SS3 : Spatial Strategy and the Distribution of Development

Representation ID: 5955

Received: 10/04/2017

Respondent: Panache Lingerie Ltd

Agent: Knight Frank

Representation Summary:

Panache Lingerie Ltd supports the Settlement Hierarchy outlined and the intention to locate 240 new dwellings within the Level 2 Settlement of Renishaw, albeit we consider this figure should be higher. However, we consider that the allocation of Green Belt land to meet this demand is unnecessary.

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Policy SS3 : Spatial Strategy and the Distribution of Development

Representation ID: 5957

Received: 10/04/2017

Respondent: Panache Lingerie Ltd

Agent: Knight Frank

Representation Summary:

With reference to employment land, Panache Lingerie Ltd objects to the proposed level of 64.8ha, as this far exceeds the evidenced minimum requirement of 50ha.
It is considered that through the re-use of an underused and poor quality
Brownfield site this outweighs the need to allocate a site which is clearly surplus to demand from the outset.

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Policy SS9: North East Derbyshire Green Belt

Representation ID: 5958

Received: 10/04/2017

Respondent: Panache Lingerie Ltd

Agent: Knight Frank

Representation Summary:

Although the respondent support's the Council protection of the Green Belt Panache Lingerie Ltd strongly objects against the assertion that the level of planned growth for NED cannot be accommodated sustainably within sites which are spatially
distributed in accordance with the settlement hierarchy. It is considered that suitable Brownfield sites exist elsewhere within the district.

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Employment Land Provision

Representation ID: 5960

Received: 10/04/2017

Respondent: Panache Lingerie Ltd

Agent: Knight Frank

Representation Summary:

The respondent suggests that the policy on new employment land (50ha) is revisited once the most up to date Employment Land Update (ELU) is issued later. There is clearly the opportunity to release this site from the employment land designation without having a detrimental impact on high quality employment land supply within the district and this would potentially reduce pressure on other Greenfield or Green Belt sites within the locality.

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Policy WC2: Primary Employment Areas

Representation ID: 6093

Received: 10/04/2017

Respondent: Panache Lingerie Ltd

Agent: Knight Frank

Representation Summary:

Panache Lingerie considers that the extent of the designated Ravenshorn Commercial Park employment site should be reduced to allow the release of their own site and the adjacent land to the west. This would not comprise the delivery of the 50ha employment land. Therefore, the respondents' site should be removed from the Primary Employment Site designation and allocated for residential use.

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ai. Land to the North East of Hague Lane, Renishaw

Representation ID: 6095

Received: 10/04/2017

Respondent: Panache Lingerie Ltd

Agent: Knight Frank

Representation Summary:

Panache Lingerie strongly objects to the proposed housing allocation of site ai (Land to the North East of Hague Lane) and its release from the Green Belt. Conversely, the respondents' site would be available within the short to medium term and is already served by an established highway network.

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