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  • Comment.

    Mrs Emma Brook (1218322)Consultee

    Email Address

    Nottinghamshire County CouncilCompany / Organisation

    Address

    Local Plan Part 2 Proposed ModificationsEvent Name

    Nottinghamshire County Council (Mrs Emma Brook - 1218322)

    Comment by

    17Comment ID

    02/07/19 14:38Response Date

    SubmittedStatus

    WebSubmission Type

    0.1Version

    Main ModificationsPlease specify whether this representation relates to the Main Modifications, Additional Modifications or Policies Map Modifications

    Which modification number does this representation relate to?

    MM08

    Policy 3.2 Land off Lantern Lane, East LeakeWhat section or policy?

    YesDo you consider the proposed modification to be legally compliant?

    YesDo you consider the proposed modification to comply with the duty to co-operate?

    What makes a Local Plan “sound”?

    Positively prepared - the plan should be prepared in a way that meets the need for housing and other development, including infrastructure and business development. Justified – the plan should be based on evidence, and be the most appropriate strategy for the borough when considered against other reasonable alternatives. Effective – the plan should be deliverable; the housing and other development should be capable of being carried out.

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  • Consistent with national policy – the plan should enable sustainable development and be consistent with the policies in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).

    YesDo you consider the proposed modification to be sound?

    Do you consider the proposed modification to be unsound becuase it is NOT: (please tick all that apply)

    Please set out your reasons for your answers to the earlier questions.You may also use this box if you wish to make representations on one of the proposed Modifications supporting documents (e.g. Sustainability Appraisal Addendum, Habitat Regulations Assessment Addendum or Equalities Impact Assessment Addendum).

    n/a

    Please set out what further change(s) you consider necessary to make the proposed Modification legally compliant or sound.You will need to say why this change will make the Local Plan Part 2 legally compliant or sound. It will be helpful if you could put forward your suggested revised wording of any policy or text. Please be as precise as possible. (If you are suggesting that the Local Plan Part 2 is legally compliant or sound please state "not applicable")

    In relations to Main Modification 8, which introduces a new housing allocation at Land off Lantern Lane in East Leake to recognise the recent granted planning permission, in terms of Minerals, the County Council welcomes the inclusion within the development requirement text that a detailed geotechnical and mining study should be undertaken to ensure an acceptable buffer between the gypsum mining operations and the development. This acknowledges the nearby mineral extraction and addresses Policy SP8 in the Draft Nottinghamshire Minerals Local Plan (July 2018).

    Please indicate if you wish to be notified that: (please tick all that apply)

    The recommendations of the Planning Inspector appointed to carry out the independent examination have been published. The Local Plan Part 2 has been adopted

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  • Comment.

    Mrs Emma Brook (1218322)Consultee

    Email Address

    Nottinghamshire County CouncilCompany / Organisation

    Address

    Local Plan Part 2 Proposed ModificationsEvent Name

    Nottinghamshire County Council (Mrs Emma Brook - 1218322)

    Comment by

    18Comment ID

    02/07/19 14:38Response Date

    SubmittedStatus

    WebSubmission Type

    0.1Version

    Main ModificationsPlease specify whether this representation relates to the Main Modifications, Additional Modifications or Policies Map Modifications

    Which modification number does this representation relate to?

    MM19

    Policy 5.1 Land north of Nottingham Road, RadcliffeWhat section or policy?

    YesDo you consider the proposed modification to be legally compliant?

    YesDo you consider the proposed modification to comply with the duty to co-operate?

    What makes a Local Plan “sound”?

    Positively prepared - the plan should be prepared in a way that meets the need for housing and other development, including infrastructure and business development. Justified – the plan should be based on evidence, and be the most appropriate strategy for the borough when considered against other reasonable alternatives. Effective – the plan should be deliverable; the housing and other development should be capable of being carried out.

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  • Consistent with national policy – the plan should enable sustainable development and be consistent with the policies in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).

    YesDo you consider the proposed modification to be sound?

    Do you consider the proposed modification to be unsound becuase it is NOT: (please tick all that apply)

    Please set out your reasons for your answers to the earlier questions.You may also use this box if you wish to make representations on one of the proposed Modifications supporting documents (e.g. Sustainability Appraisal Addendum, Habitat Regulations Assessment Addendum or Equalities Impact Assessment Addendum).

    n/a

    Please set out what further change(s) you consider necessary to make the proposed Modification legally compliant or sound.You will need to say why this change will make the Local Plan Part 2 legally compliant or sound. It will be helpful if you could put forward your suggested revised wording of any policy or text. Please be as precise as possible. (If you are suggesting that the Local Plan Part 2 is legally compliant or sound please state "not applicable")

    The County Council has raised concerns in pervious consultation stages which do not appear to have been addressed within MM15.The allocated site for development is approximately, at its closest extent, 650m North-East of the active composting facility off Stragglethorpe Road. Since the composting facility is open air and being of a type that emits significant amounts of bioaerosols, even though the allocated site may be a considerable distance from the waste facility, our monitoring officers have highlighted that, on occasion, odour may be detectable at the allocated site. The County Council therefore advised, and continues to, that in accordance with Nottinghamshire and Nottingham Waste Core Strategy Policy WCS10 (safeguarding waste management sites), that it be noted in respect of this allocation that the design of housing on this site (their orientation and placement within the allocation) be in a manner that provides as large a buffer as possible to the waste facility, as in doing so it may be possible to accommodate non-waste development in these locations. In line with the accompanying text for WCS10 this could be possible through, for example, making changes to the proposed layout of any housing or mixed-use scheme and use of parking or landscaping areas to provide a buffer zone.

    The amendments to Policy 5:1 do not take into consideration the above comments and the County Council would advise that Rushcliffe Borough Council do consider the waste management facility and consider how any potential environmental impacts could be limited at the proposed residential site through landscaping and layout and so prevent the sterilisation of a permitted waste management facility as per Policy WCS10 in the Nottinghamshire and Nottingham Waste Core Strategy, which forms part of Rushcliffe’s Local Development Framework.

    Please indicate if you wish to be notified that: (please tick all that apply)

    The recommendations of the Planning Inspector appointed to carry out the independent examination have been published. The Local Plan Part 2 has been adopted

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  • Comment.

    Mrs Emma Brook (1218322)Consultee

    Email Address

    Nottinghamshire County CouncilCompany / Organisation

    Address

    Local Plan Part 2 Proposed ModificationsEvent Name

    Nottinghamshire County Council (Mrs Emma Brook - 1218322)

    Comment by

    19Comment ID

    02/07/19 14:39Response Date

    SubmittedStatus

    WebSubmission Type

    0.1Version

    Main ModificationsPlease specify whether this representation relates to the Main Modifications, Additional Modifications or Policies Map Modifications

    Which modification number does this representation relate to?

    MM19

    Policy 5.6 The Paddocks, Nottingham Road, Radcliffe

    What section or policy?

    YesDo you consider the proposed modification to be legally compliant?

    YesDo you consider the proposed modification to comply with the duty to co-operate?

    What makes a Local Plan “sound”?

    Positively prepared - the plan should be prepared in a way that meets the need for housing and other development, including infrastructure and business development. Justified – the plan should be based on evidence, and be the most appropriate strategy for the borough when considered against other reasonable alternatives.

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  • Effective – the plan should be deliverable; the housing and other development should be capable of being carried out. Consistent with national policy – the plan should enable sustainable development and be consistent with the policies in the

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