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Draft Local Plan - Supplementary Consultation

Question 44 Are there any other comments

Representation ID: 7188

Received: 08/03/2019

Respondent: Hampton-in-Arden Parish Council and Catherine-de-Barnes Residents' Association

Representation Summary:

The Plan needs to reposition discussion of Site 16 into the chapter on Hampton-in-Arden and Catherine de Barnes, following changes to Parish area in April 2019. Sites 12, 85, 96, 106 and 143 in Appendix E indicates no Parish, but will be in Hampton in Arden from April 2019.

Chapter 7 Hampton in Arden and Catherine de Barnes
Refers initially to both settlements, but subsequent paragraphs refer to village in singular creating uncertainty about which village is being referred to.

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Draft Local Plan - Supplementary Consultation

Question 37 - Compensatory Provision for removal of land from Green Belt.

Representation ID: 7189

Received: 08/03/2019

Respondent: Hampton-in-Arden Parish Council and Catherine-de-Barnes Residents' Association

Representation Summary:

Hampton in Arden and Catherine de Barnes.
Plan should recognise the multiple threats posed against the Meriden Gap by HS2, M42 Junction 6 and MSA, which could increase pressure for further development and result in loss of gap between urban area and Catherine de Barnes.

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Question 16 - Infrastructure Requirements at Hampton In Arden

Representation ID: 7190

Received: 08/03/2019

Respondent: Hampton-in-Arden Parish Council and Catherine-de-Barnes Residents' Association

Representation Summary:

The Plan needs a more objective and detailed review of available infrastructure in the two settlements [of CDB & HIA]. The Primary schools and doctors surgeries in Hampton in Arden and Yew Tree Lane are full, whilst Catherine de Barnes has no provision. Any development on Site 6 will put extra pressure on Primary school and doctors surgery in Hampton in Arden. Infrastructure for Site 16 wholly inadequate as public transport, education/health/shopping facilities, drainage, roads, junctions and footpaths inadequate and if addressed would greatly reduce capacity.

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Question 18 - Site 24 - Oak Farm

Representation ID: 7191

Received: 08/03/2019

Respondent: Hampton-in-Arden Parish Council and Catherine-de-Barnes Residents' Association

Representation Summary:

Capacity of Site is overstated, as density too high and inappropriate requiring housing with no or limited parking facilities. Should be restricted to elderly, retirement, sheltered housing as the 2012 SHLAA concluded unsuitable for family housing. Development should be conditional on pedestrian crossings on either side of the canal bridge, a roadside footpath to the eastside of the canal, and vehicular access from Friday Lane only.

Concept Masterplan
Site 24 light on landscape assessment and lacks a masterplan.

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Question 17 - Site 6 - Meriden Road

Representation ID: 7192

Received: 08/03/2019

Respondent: Hampton-in-Arden Parish Council and Catherine-de-Barnes Residents' Association

Representation Summary:

Extra traffic will overload Lapwing Drive/Meriden Road junction so development should be conditional on an upgraded junction and pedestrian crossing to the footway on the north side of Meriden Road.

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Question 26 - Site 16 - East of Solihull

Representation ID: 7193

Received: 08/03/2019

Respondent: Hampton-in-Arden Parish Council and Catherine-de-Barnes Residents' Association

Representation Summary:

Oppose development of Site and extension to north of Lugtrout Lane, due to loss of green belt, reduction in rural gap between urban area and Catherine de Barnes to small sliver, abandonment of defensible green belt boundary, inability of infrastructure to cope, inconsistent with Challenge E of SLP2013, contrary to 2012 SHLAA assessment which remains valid, and cumulative impact with HS2, M42 Junction 6 and MSA.
Inclusion of land north of Lugtrout Lane directly affects green belt gap, increases indefensible boundary and threatens loss of remaining green belt land between Lugtrout Lane and the canal.

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