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Question 44 Are there any other comments

Representation ID: 9506

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Severn Trent Water

Representation Summary:

Severn Trent Water Response:
Sewage Strategy:
We will ensure that our assets have no adverse effect on the environment and that we provide appropriate levels of treatment at each of our sewage treatment works.
We will complete necessary improvements to increase capacity when sites are more advanced in planning process.
Surface Water and Sewer Flooding:
Expect surface water on new development to be managed in line with the Government's Water Strategy, Future Water.
For new developments we would not expect surface water to be conveyed to our foul or combined sewage system and, where practicable, we support the removal of surface water already connected to foul or combined sewer.
We believe that greater emphasis needs to be paid to consequences of extreme rainfall.
Water quality
Need to take account of EA Source Protection Zone (SPZ) and Safe Guarding Zone policy, EA RBMPs, and Water Framework Directive.
Water Supply
When specific detail of planned development location and sizes are available a site specific assessment of the capacity of our water supply network could be made. Any assessment will involve carrying out a network analysis exercise to investigate any potential impacts.
We would not anticipate capacity problems within the urban areas of our network, any issues can be addressed through reinforcing our network. However, the ability to support significant development in the rural areas is likely to have a greater impact and require greater reinforcement to accommodate greater demands.
Water Efficiency
We recommend that you consider taking an approach of installing water efficient fittings on new properties.
We would encourage you to impose the expectation on developers that properties are built to the optional requirement in Building Regulations of 110 litres of water per person per day.

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Question 3 - Infrastructure Requirements at Balsall Common

Representation ID: 10532

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Severn Trent Water

Representation Summary:

Severn Trent Water response:
Results of our high level sewer capacity assessment highlights some possible risks - of the proposed development on the sewerage and surface water network.
For most developments we do not foresee any particular issues. Where we consider there may be an issue we would discuss in further detail with the Local Planning Authority. Once detailed developments and site specific locations are confirmed by local councils, we are able to provide more specific comments and modelling of the network if required. We will complete any necessary improvements to provide additional capacity once we have sufficient confidence that a development will go ahead.
High impact sites in Balsall Common:
- Field Between Waste Lane and Old Waste Lane
- Frog Lane
- Pheasant Oak Farm
- Barretts Farm
- Windmill Lane - Kenilworth Road
Medium Impact Sites in Balsall Common:
- Trevallion Stud

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Question 11 - Infrastructure Requirements at Blythe

Representation ID: 10533

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Severn Trent Water

Representation Summary:

Severn Trent Water response:
Results of our high level sewer capacity assessment highlights some possible risks - of the proposed development on the sewerage and surface water network.
For most developments we do not foresee any particular issues. Where we consider there may be an issue we would discuss in further detail with the Local Planning Authority. Once detailed developments and site specific locations are confirmed by local councils, we are able to provide more specific comments and modelling of the network if required. We will complete any necessary improvements to provide additional capacity once we have sufficient confidence that a development will go ahead.
Medium impact sites in Blythe:
- West of Dickens Heath
- TRW/ The Green
- South of Dog Kennel Lane

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Question 16 - Infrastructure Requirements at Hampton In Arden

Representation ID: 10534

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Severn Trent Water

Representation Summary:

Severn Trent Water response:
Results of our high level sewer capacity assessment highlights some possible risks - of the proposed development on the sewerage and surface water network.
For most developments we do not foresee any particular issues. Where we consider there may be an issue we would discuss in further detail with the Local Planning Authority. Once detailed developments and site specific locations are confirmed by local councils, we are able to provide more specific comments and modelling of the network if required. We will complete any necessary improvements to provide additional capacity once we have sufficient confidence that a development will go ahead.
High impact sites in Hampton in Arden:
- Meriden Road
- West of Corbetts Close, Hampton in Arden
- Nesfield Grove

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Question 19 - Infrastructure Requirements at Hockley Heath

Representation ID: 10535

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Severn Trent Water

Representation Summary:

Severn Trent Water response:
Results of our high level sewer capacity assessment highlights some possible risks - of the proposed development on the sewerage and surface water network.
For most developments we do not foresee any particular issues. Where we consider there may be an issue we would discuss in further detail with the Local Planning Authority. Once detailed developments and site specific locations are confirmed by local councils, we are able to provide more specific comments and modelling of the network if required. We will complete any necessary improvements to provide additional capacity once we have sufficient confidence that a development will go ahead.
Medium impact sites

* West of Tutnall Drive, Hockley Heath
* Land south of School Road


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Question 22 - Infrastructure Requirements at Knowle, Dorridge and Bentley Health

Representation ID: 10536

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Severn Trent Water

Representation Summary:

Severn Trent Water response:
Results of our high level sewer capacity assessment highlights some possible risks - of the proposed development on the sewerage and surface water network.
For most developments we do not foresee any particular issues. Where we consider there may be an issue we would discuss in further detail with the Local Planning Authority. Once detailed developments and site specific locations are confirmed by local councils, we are able to provide more specific comments and modelling of the network if required. We will complete any necessary improvements to provide additional capacity once we have sufficient confidence that a development will go ahead.
High Impact Sites in Knowle, Dorridge & Bentley Heath
Medium impact sites
* West of Newton Road, Knowle
* St George & St Teresa Catholic Primary School
* Norton Green Lane, Opposite Norton Green STW
* South of Knowle
* Hampton Road

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Question 25 - Infrastructure Requirements at Solihull/Mature Suburbs

Representation ID: 10537

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Severn Trent Water

Representation Summary:

Severn Trent Water response:
Results of our high level sewer capacity assessment highlights some possible risks - of the proposed development on the sewerage and surface water network.
For most developments we do not foresee any particular issues. Where we consider there may be an issue we would discuss in further detail with the Local Planning Authority. Once detailed developments and site specific locations are confirmed by local councils, we are able to provide more specific comments and modelling of the network if required. We will complete any necessary improvements to provide additional capacity once we have sufficient confidence that a development will go ahead.
High Impact Sites:
- Moat Lane, Vulcan Road
Medium Impact Sites:
- East of Olton Baptist Church
- Solihull Town Centre
- Lugtrout Lane
- Football Ground east of Bramcote Drive
- Land Damson Parkway
- UK Central Hub/HS2 interchange
* Lugtrout Lane

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Question 29 - Infrastructure Requirements at Meriden

Representation ID: 10538

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Severn Trent Water

Representation Summary:

Severn Trent Water response:
Results of our high level sewer capacity assessment highlights some possible risks - of the proposed development on the sewerage and surface water network.
For most developments we do not foresee any particular issues. Where we consider there may be an issue we would discuss in further detail with the Local Planning Authority. Once detailed developments and site specific locations are confirmed by local councils, we are able to provide more specific comments and modelling of the network if required. We will complete any necessary improvements to provide additional capacity once we have sufficient confidence that a development will go ahead.
High Impact Sites:
- Maxstoke Lane, Meriden

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Question 31 - Infrastructure Requirements at North Solihull/Marston Green/Castle Bromwich

Representation ID: 10539

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Severn Trent Water

Representation Summary:

Severn Trent Water response:
Results of our high level sewer capacity assessment highlights some possible risks - of the proposed development on the sewerage and surface water network.
For most developments we do not foresee any particular issues. Where we consider there may be an issue we would discuss in further detail with the Local Planning Authority. Once detailed developments and site specific locations are confirmed by local councils, we are able to provide more specific comments and modelling of the network if required. We will complete any necessary improvements to provide additional capacity once we have sufficient confidence that a development will go ahead.
Medium Impact Sites:
- Chelmsley Wood Shopping Centre
- Jensen House, Auckland Drive

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