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Consultation Draft (February 2017)

The Consultation Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 5583

Received: 05/04/2017

Respondent: NHS Hardwick Clinical Commissioning Group

Representation Summary:

The local plan presents high level objectives for health and wellbeing which support the CCGs strategic objectives and our continued strategic partnership.

The local plan considers social infrastructure and states an aim of providing services wherever practicable, in multi-use, flexible and adaptable buildings, or co-located with other social infrastructure uses which encourage dual use and increase public access. We fully support this approach and would like to work with the district council to ensure that the assets of all organisations in our strategic partnership are used as efficiently as possible and freeing resources for the delivery of services to residents.

Full text:

NHS Hardwick CCG and NHS North Derbyshire CCG welcome the opportunity to comment on the North East Derbyshire Local Plan consultation draft.
The local plan presents high level objectives for health and wellbeing which support the CCGs strategic objectives and our continued strategic partnership.
The commitment to protect and enhance of open space, sports and recreation facilities and green routes promoting health lifestyles and opportunities for physical activity aligns with our priority around preventing ill health and helping people take good care of themselves. The local plan considers social infrastructure and states an aim of providing services wherever practicable, in multi-use, flexible and adaptable buildings, or co-located with other social infrastructure uses which encourage dual use and increase public access. We fully support this approach and would like to work with the district council to ensure that the assets of all organisations in our strategic partnership are used as efficiently as possible and freeing resources for the delivery of services to residents.
We welcome the local plan objective around sustainable transport and a commitment to linking bus services and major housing developments; we would ask that the location of health premises is considered in any changes to current public transport provision.
The CCGs would like to further develop our relationship with the local authority planning department, particularly in relation to the housing developments identified in the local plan consultation draft; we would like to establish a forum for more proactive and strategic discussions around the impact of significant housing developments on primary and community health services. Further conversations are needed on the relationship between our strategic objective of keeping people in their own homes and the ability of existing and future local housing stock to support that.
We believe that any new applications for housing at the following developments will require a contribution to health; we would like to see this reflected in planning policy, and would like an opportunity to discuss these developments with planners at an early stage;
Strategic Site Allocations
* The Avenue, Wingerworth
* Former Biwaters Site, Clay Cross
* Markham Vale, Long Duckmanton
* Coalite Priority Regeneration Area
Settlements identified for new housing provision.
* Clay Cross
* Dronfield
* Eckington
* Killamarsh
* Calow
* Holmewood
* Morton
* North Wingfield
* Pilsley
* Renishaw
* Shirland
* Stonebroom
* Tupton
* Wingerworth.

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Consultation Draft (February 2017)

D12 Sustainable Transport

Representation ID: 5584

Received: 05/04/2017

Respondent: NHS Hardwick Clinical Commissioning Group

Representation Summary:

We welcome the local plan objective around sustainable transport and a commitment to linking bus services and major housing developments; we would ask that the location of health premises is considered in any changes to current public transport provision.

Full text:

NHS Hardwick CCG and NHS North Derbyshire CCG welcome the opportunity to comment on the North East Derbyshire Local Plan consultation draft.
The local plan presents high level objectives for health and wellbeing which support the CCGs strategic objectives and our continued strategic partnership.
The commitment to protect and enhance of open space, sports and recreation facilities and green routes promoting health lifestyles and opportunities for physical activity aligns with our priority around preventing ill health and helping people take good care of themselves. The local plan considers social infrastructure and states an aim of providing services wherever practicable, in multi-use, flexible and adaptable buildings, or co-located with other social infrastructure uses which encourage dual use and increase public access. We fully support this approach and would like to work with the district council to ensure that the assets of all organisations in our strategic partnership are used as efficiently as possible and freeing resources for the delivery of services to residents.
We welcome the local plan objective around sustainable transport and a commitment to linking bus services and major housing developments; we would ask that the location of health premises is considered in any changes to current public transport provision.
The CCGs would like to further develop our relationship with the local authority planning department, particularly in relation to the housing developments identified in the local plan consultation draft; we would like to establish a forum for more proactive and strategic discussions around the impact of significant housing developments on primary and community health services. Further conversations are needed on the relationship between our strategic objective of keeping people in their own homes and the ability of existing and future local housing stock to support that.
We believe that any new applications for housing at the following developments will require a contribution to health; we would like to see this reflected in planning policy, and would like an opportunity to discuss these developments with planners at an early stage;
Strategic Site Allocations
* The Avenue, Wingerworth
* Former Biwaters Site, Clay Cross
* Markham Vale, Long Duckmanton
* Coalite Priority Regeneration Area
Settlements identified for new housing provision.
* Clay Cross
* Dronfield
* Eckington
* Killamarsh
* Calow
* Holmewood
* Morton
* North Wingfield
* Pilsley
* Renishaw
* Shirland
* Stonebroom
* Tupton
* Wingerworth.

Comment

Consultation Draft (February 2017)

Housing Allocations

Representation ID: 5586

Received: 05/04/2017

Respondent: NHS Hardwick Clinical Commissioning Group

Representation Summary:

The CCGs would like to further develop our relationship with NEDDC planning, particularly in relation to the housing developments identified in the local plan consultation draft; Further conversations are needed on the relationship between our strategic objective of keeping people in their own homes and the ability of existing and future local housing stock to support that.

We believe that any new applications for housing at the following developments will require a contribution to health; we would like to see this reflected in planning policy, and would like an opportunity to discuss these developments with planners at an early stage;

Full text:

NHS Hardwick CCG and NHS North Derbyshire CCG welcome the opportunity to comment on the North East Derbyshire Local Plan consultation draft.
The local plan presents high level objectives for health and wellbeing which support the CCGs strategic objectives and our continued strategic partnership.
The commitment to protect and enhance of open space, sports and recreation facilities and green routes promoting health lifestyles and opportunities for physical activity aligns with our priority around preventing ill health and helping people take good care of themselves. The local plan considers social infrastructure and states an aim of providing services wherever practicable, in multi-use, flexible and adaptable buildings, or co-located with other social infrastructure uses which encourage dual use and increase public access. We fully support this approach and would like to work with the district council to ensure that the assets of all organisations in our strategic partnership are used as efficiently as possible and freeing resources for the delivery of services to residents.
We welcome the local plan objective around sustainable transport and a commitment to linking bus services and major housing developments; we would ask that the location of health premises is considered in any changes to current public transport provision.
The CCGs would like to further develop our relationship with the local authority planning department, particularly in relation to the housing developments identified in the local plan consultation draft; we would like to establish a forum for more proactive and strategic discussions around the impact of significant housing developments on primary and community health services. Further conversations are needed on the relationship between our strategic objective of keeping people in their own homes and the ability of existing and future local housing stock to support that.
We believe that any new applications for housing at the following developments will require a contribution to health; we would like to see this reflected in planning policy, and would like an opportunity to discuss these developments with planners at an early stage;
Strategic Site Allocations
* The Avenue, Wingerworth
* Former Biwaters Site, Clay Cross
* Markham Vale, Long Duckmanton
* Coalite Priority Regeneration Area
Settlements identified for new housing provision.
* Clay Cross
* Dronfield
* Eckington
* Killamarsh
* Calow
* Holmewood
* Morton
* North Wingfield
* Pilsley
* Renishaw
* Shirland
* Stonebroom
* Tupton
* Wingerworth.

Comment

Consultation Draft (February 2017)

Strategic Site Allocations

Representation ID: 5587

Received: 05/04/2017

Respondent: NHS Hardwick Clinical Commissioning Group

Representation Summary:

The CCGs would like to further develop our relationship with NEDDC planning, particularly in relation to the housing developments identified in the local plan consultation draft; Further conversations are needed on the relationship between our strategic objective of keeping people in their own homes and the ability of existing and future local housing stock to support that.

We believe that any new applications for housing at the following developments will require a contribution to health; we would like to see this reflected in planning policy, and would like an opportunity to discuss these developments with planners at an early stage;

Full text:

NHS Hardwick CCG and NHS North Derbyshire CCG welcome the opportunity to comment on the North East Derbyshire Local Plan consultation draft.
The local plan presents high level objectives for health and wellbeing which support the CCGs strategic objectives and our continued strategic partnership.
The commitment to protect and enhance of open space, sports and recreation facilities and green routes promoting health lifestyles and opportunities for physical activity aligns with our priority around preventing ill health and helping people take good care of themselves. The local plan considers social infrastructure and states an aim of providing services wherever practicable, in multi-use, flexible and adaptable buildings, or co-located with other social infrastructure uses which encourage dual use and increase public access. We fully support this approach and would like to work with the district council to ensure that the assets of all organisations in our strategic partnership are used as efficiently as possible and freeing resources for the delivery of services to residents.
We welcome the local plan objective around sustainable transport and a commitment to linking bus services and major housing developments; we would ask that the location of health premises is considered in any changes to current public transport provision.
The CCGs would like to further develop our relationship with the local authority planning department, particularly in relation to the housing developments identified in the local plan consultation draft; we would like to establish a forum for more proactive and strategic discussions around the impact of significant housing developments on primary and community health services. Further conversations are needed on the relationship between our strategic objective of keeping people in their own homes and the ability of existing and future local housing stock to support that.
We believe that any new applications for housing at the following developments will require a contribution to health; we would like to see this reflected in planning policy, and would like an opportunity to discuss these developments with planners at an early stage;
Strategic Site Allocations
* The Avenue, Wingerworth
* Former Biwaters Site, Clay Cross
* Markham Vale, Long Duckmanton
* Coalite Priority Regeneration Area
Settlements identified for new housing provision.
* Clay Cross
* Dronfield
* Eckington
* Killamarsh
* Calow
* Holmewood
* Morton
* North Wingfield
* Pilsley
* Renishaw
* Shirland
* Stonebroom
* Tupton
* Wingerworth.

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