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Draft Local Plan - Supplementary Consultation

Question 39 - Red Sites

Representation ID: 9319

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Strategic Land and Property Team SMBC

Agent: Cushman and Wakefield

Representation Summary:

Red Site ref 52: Chester Road/Moorend Avenue.
Site should be released from the Green Belt to help the Borough meet its development needs.
Site is in a sustainable location and low scoring parcel of Green Belt.
Development of the site would positively meet the objectives of the Draft Local Plan Review.

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Question 24 - Site 9 - Land South of Knowle

Representation ID: 9320

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Strategic Land and Property Team SMBC

Agent: Cushman and Wakefield

Representation Summary:

Release of this land would provide a sustainable location for the development of new homes to help the Borough achieve its housing requirement within the plan period.
The site has clear, strong defensible boundaries with the A4141 Warwick Road to the east, Grove Road to the south and the built up residential area of Knowle to the north and west. A parcel of land within the west of the proposed allocation is currently being built out for residential use.

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Question 26 - Site 16 - East of Solihull

Representation ID: 9321

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Strategic Land and Property Team SMBC

Agent: Cushman and Wakefield

Representation Summary:

Release of this land would provide a sustainable location for the development of new homes to help the Borough achieve its housing requirement within the plan period.
The site is immediately adjacent to the existing settlement and clear, defensible boundaries can be established.
The release of the site is policy compliant and therefore justifiable to help SMBC meet their housing needs across the Borough.
The DLP recognises the need for infrastructure requirements to be fulfilled to ensure site deliverability. The main constraint was noted as the Listed Buildings to the eastern edge of the site. These can be sensitively managed.

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Question 27 - Site 17 - Moat Lane/Vulcan Road

Representation ID: 9323

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Strategic Land and Property Team SMBC

Agent: Cushman and Wakefield

Representation Summary:

Allocation of this land will provide a sustainable location for new residential development to help the Borough achieve its housing requirement within the plan period.
The site is outside the Green Belt and performs well in terms of accessibility and the use of previously developed land. Infrastructure requirements are noted to ensure deliverability.
Potential land contamination and existing onsite lease agreements are identified as constraints to the site. Despite these, the site is a brownfield site in a sustainable location surrounded by established residential development.

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Question 44 Are there any other comments

Representation ID: 9325

Received: 15/03/2019

Respondent: Strategic Land and Property Team SMBC

Agent: Cushman and Wakefield

Representation Summary:

Site 20 - land at Damson Parkway
Due to the sites close proximity to other established commercial areas and existing road network to major A roads and motorways it is deemed that this site is in a sustainable location for commercial development.

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