Cheltenham Plan (Part One): Preferred Options

Preferred Options

Responses

List of answers to the specified question
NameOptionTextDate
Galliard and Pye Homes (- -) Please refer to Continuation Sheet 22 Mar 2017 09:48
Alex Smith Yes 08 Feb 2017 19:40
Alice Ross As in 9 above: developing the town within its existing Principal Urban Area seems the best solutions, taking into account the large urban extensions already allocated within the Joint Core Strategy. 16 Mar 2017 14:45
Alice Ross Yes 16 Mar 2017 14:45
Andy Sawers No 21 Mar 2017 17:29
Andy Sawers As a local resident in the Reddings, where we are keen to preserve the Green Belt barrier between Cheltenham and Churchdown, I am writing to object to the proposal for the status of this property to be changed from the Green Belt to the existing principle urban boundary.

Such a change would be detrimental to the local community as:

• The field itself floods frequently during heavy rain and construction on the site would lead to increased run off of rainwater onto the nearby roads
• The site is right on the edge of this Green Belt area where recent planning applications have been turned down as inappropriate within the existing Green Belt
• A change of this nature would lead to a dangerous precedent to other “vulnerable land” in the area
• The change of status would give no benefit to the local residents
• Any future development on the site would lead to significant increase in traffic flows alongside a road junction which already has restricted views
• The site already has planning permission for the extension of the existing property and this in itself is more than sufficient
21 Mar 2017 17:29
Arran Stibbe Yes 06 Feb 2017 14:20
Bernard Holtham It has been bought to our attention that The Hayloft site could be included in the Cheltenham urban area. As long term residents of The Reddings (over 30 years) this has always been a semi-rural area. Over the years there has been a lot of change alone to our area, but in recent times in a very surreptitious way. It is a disgrace that these builders are allowed to ride rough shod over everyone in their efforts to get their way. Now it appears that they are attempting to get in by the back door. They should not be allowed to get away with it. 23 Mar 2017 11:23
Caroline Parnham Yes 21 Mar 2017 08:51
Clive Hodgin No 14 Mar 2017 11:11
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