Harborough Sustainability Appraisal: Technical Appendix B Employment

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Comment

Harborough Local Plan 2011-2031, Related Documents

Representation ID: 5403

Received: 07/10/2017

Respondent: dr Neil Burton

Representation Summary:

M1-4 - sensible places although as they are all on carparks it is essential that any development also results in an increase in the number of available parking places. As this will probably mean multi-storey there would be much wider ramifications for the areas chosen.
I note that 007M/11 is already partially being used as a retirement development.
There needs to be further though to identify employment areas beyond those already in use. I do note that there are a number of existing 'brown field' sites within MH with are either underused or currently unused.

Comment

Harborough Local Plan 2011-2031, Related Documents

Representation ID: 5537

Received: 25/10/2017

Respondent: Mr Richard Painter

Representation Summary:

I'm sure that there is no need to further expand the distribution complex of magna park ther

Comment

Harborough Local Plan 2011-2031, Related Documents

Representation ID: 5538

Received: 25/10/2017

Respondent: Mr Richard Painter

Representation Summary:

I'm sure that there is no need to further expand the distribution complex of magna park there are empty warehouses on the site now which have been so for some time. As for more housing in lutterworth this simply is not Nessersary the town cannot cope now the lack of infurstructure and aminities. The new estates being built have very few affordable homes and are truly only catering for the higher end of the market. The town is being slowly turned Into a commuter hub and giant car park. If these plans go ahead then it will truly be devastating

Comment

Harborough Local Plan 2011-2031, Related Documents

Representation ID: 6392

Received: 03/11/2017

Respondent: Hallam Land Management Limited

Agent: Marrons Planning

Representation Summary:

Site Option E005LT/11

Access to highways is categorised as 'red' with the commentary given as 'no'. It is unclear why it is given this category given the assessment of the site in the SEELA 2017 deems highways access arrangements suitable in principle. Representations submitted to Policy H1, set out both the appropriate access arrangements off Swinford Road and traffic-light controlled pedestrian and cycle crossing at Lutterworth Road to improve existing links as effective and non-prohibitive mitigation measures. In addition, measures are already planned for the Frank Whittle roundabout as part of the mitigation strategy for the East of Lutterworth SDA.

Comment

Harborough Local Plan 2011-2031, Related Documents

Representation ID: 6545

Received: 09/11/2017

Respondent: Leicestershire County Council

Representation Summary:

The potential employment site named as Shawell Quarry, Gibbet Lane (reference E/009OC/16) is described in the Sustainability Appraisal Technical Appendix B: Employment (Sept 2017) document as a brownfield site. However, the entire site (that land identified with a solid red line) is subject to restoration conditions from planning permissions issued by Leicestershire County Council as the Mineral Planning Authority. Therefore, the site should be appropriately described as a greenfield site. Details on the relevant planning permissions and the restoration requirements thereof can be provided if required.