Question 21: What reasons do you have for your answer concerning adoption of open space above?

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Comment

Open Spaces Strategy First Stage Issues Consultation

Representation ID: 229

Received: 10/03/2015

Respondent: The Environment Agency

Representation Summary:

The Local Authority may not be best placed to do this, perhaps it is better done by those in closer contact with the area to be maintained eg Parish Council, or local Neighbourhood if a Neighbourhood Plan is in place.

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The Local Authority may not be best placed to do this, perhaps it is better done by those in closer contact with the area to be maintained eg Parish Council, or local Neighbourhood if a Neighbourhood Plan is in place.

Comment

Open Spaces Strategy First Stage Issues Consultation

Representation ID: 289

Received: 31/03/2015

Respondent: BURTON OVERY Parish Council

Representation Summary:

To ensure continued maintenance to an acceptable standard.

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To ensure continued maintenance to an acceptable standard.

Comment

Open Spaces Strategy First Stage Issues Consultation

Representation ID: 290

Received: 31/03/2015

Respondent: BURTON OVERY Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Adoption is the best way of safeguarding open space

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Adoption is the best way of safeguarding open space

Comment

Open Spaces Strategy First Stage Issues Consultation

Representation ID: 342

Received: 09/04/2015

Respondent: Woodland Trust

Representation Summary:

The new open space should either be in the new development or close to it, so that people living or working in the development can benefit from it.

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The new open space should either be in the new development or close to it, so that people living or working in the development can benefit from it.

Comment

Open Spaces Strategy First Stage Issues Consultation

Representation ID: 370

Received: 12/04/2015

Respondent: LUBENHAM Parish Council

Representation Summary:

District Council sell of their assets e.g all the housing stock that they had - or garage sites for building. Community trusts would be less able to do this and it would remain in community ownership.

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District Council sell of their assets e.g all the housing stock that they had - or garage sites for building. Community trusts would be less able to do this and it would remain in community ownership.