Question 54: Should the developer be obliged to provide a landscape maintenance plan for the on site open space?

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Comment

Open Spaces Strategy First Stage Issues Consultation

Representation ID: 205

Received: 03/03/2015

Respondent: Mr Darren Woodiwiss

Representation Summary:

Yes, in a purely commercial arrangement the developer and contractor will elect for the cheapest provision... just grass!

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Yes, in a purely commercial arrangement the developer and contractor will elect for the cheapest provision... just grass!

Comment

Open Spaces Strategy First Stage Issues Consultation

Representation ID: 281

Received: 30/03/2015

Respondent: SCRAPTOFT Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Yes

Full text:

Yes

Comment

Open Spaces Strategy First Stage Issues Consultation

Representation ID: 353

Received: 10/04/2015

Respondent: Woodland Trust

Representation Summary:

A landscape management plan would be useful in ensuring that the areas of greenspace are not neglected. As we discussed earlier in our responses to part 1 questions, we would like to see opportunities taken to include lower maintenance types such as woodland or natural greenspace.

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A landscape management plan would be useful in ensuring that the areas of greenspace are not neglected. As we discussed earlier in our responses to part 1 questions, we would like to see opportunities taken to include lower maintenance types such as woodland or natural greenspace.