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Basingstoke and Deane Borough Local Plan Inquiry



Schedule of Further Proposed Changes – Version 4
                    May 2005




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Please note: Text already incorporates those amendments highlighted within the Revised Deposit Draft Local Plan.

Further         Policy,              Change Proposed                                                                    Reason for change    Date of relevant
Proposed        Paragraph, RD,                                                                                                               event.
Change          or PIC number
Reference
Number
(FPC)
Introduction
FPCINT/1        RDINT.013            The last sentence of paragraph 0.20 be deleted to read:                            The final part of the 14/01/2005
                Paragraph 0.20                                                                                          sentence did not
                                     ……………..The Council will also encourage communities to produce Parish               help to define the
                                     Plans and Village Design Statements (VDSs), in partnership with the Council        purpose of VDSs’.
                                     and Countryside Agency, in order to help the local community identify how
                                     they want to see their villages develop and to set out actions needed to achieve
                                     this.

FPCINT/2        Paragraphs 0.21 to   Delete whole section and replace with:                                             Suggestion by the    14/1/2005
                0.27 and                                                                                                Inspector during
                RDINT.015            Statement of Community Consultation and Engagement                                 the Local Plan
                (Statement of        Consultation to Date                                                               Inquiry.
                Community
                Consultation and     0.21 The Borough Council has carried out a wide ranging consultation on the
                Engagement –              Local Plan Review to try and maximise understanding of, and
                Consultation to           engagement in the planning process. Parish Councils, neighbourhood and
                date)                     resident’s groups and the Local Strategic Partnership have had the
                                          opportunity for involvement from an early stage in the development of
                                          the Plan.

                                     0.22 At each stage of the Local Plan Review, including the consultation
                                          undertaken prior to the First Deposit Draft Local Plan being published,
                                          the Borough Council has used a variety of methods of securing public
                                          involvement. This has involved the following:




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                           •   maintaining and updating a database of all interested parties, who
                               have been kept informed of the process at each stage;
                           •   arranging a travelling exhibition of the Local Plan proposals which
                               visited the main settlements in the Borough;
                           •   the placing of all information on the Borough Council website and in
                               public libraries;
                           •   advertising each consultation, including the exhibition dates and
                               venues, in the local press and the London Gazette, together with the
                               required public notices;
                           •   the inclusion of a leaflet and article on the Local Plan in the Borough
                               Council’s magazine, which is delivered to every house in the
                               Borough;
                           •   widespread distribution of posters to key public locations; and
                           •   attendance at a number of public meetings.

                      0.23 The result of the consultation has been the receipt of a large number of
                           representations in respect of the Local Plan Review. Full details of the
                           process undertaken, and the number of representations received are set
                           out in Appendix 6 of the Local Plan.

Chapter 1
FPC1/1      D2        The wording of Policy D2 be amended as set out below:                              In response to        18/1/2005 to
            RD1.012                                                                                      debate at the         20/1/2005
                      POLICY D2                                                                          Inquiry Sessions on
                      Land to the West of Basingstoke Town is identified within the Settlement           Policy D2
                      Policy Boundary on the proposals map as the Council’s proposed location for
                      continued residential development to meet the Borough’s expected needs
                      beyond 2011 for the period 2011-2016. The detailed development proposals,
                      including the provision of schools, open space, other community facilities and
                      District and Local Centres; and the phasing of infrastructure and development,
                      including the provision of a Country Park in the area shown beyond the
                      Settlement Policy Boundary, will be identified through the preparation of a

                      comprehensive development framework and masterplan(s) for this


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                          strategic allocation and the The Borough Council will only release land for
                          development when it is shown to be required to meet housing requirements
                          beyond 2011 for the period 2011-2016. In the period up to 2011 the land will
                          be safeguarded from development and the Council will not permit
                          development which would prejudice the future comprehensive planning of the
                          area. Development shall be carried out substantially in accordance with the
                          approved development framework and masterplan(s).

FPC1/2   D4.19            Amend the text within the third column ‘scale of principal use’ of the table to;   In response to        10/02/2005
         RD1.029                                                                                             debate at the
                          Mixed use development comprising including retail, residential employment          Inquiry Sessions on
                          and potential community uses.                                                      D4.19.

FPC1/3   Paragraph 1.42   The wording of Paragraph 1.42 be amended as set out below:                         In response to        10/02/2005
         and RD1.048                                                                                         debate at the
                          This 6 hectare site includes the library, supermarket and adjoining commercial     Inquiry Sessions on
                          and residential properties within an area bounded by Mulfords Hill and             D4.19.
                          Silchester Road. The site has potential for mixed use development comprising
                          including retail, residential, employment and community uses and employment
                          uses. If a need is identified for community uses on the site this should also be
                          accommodated. The Council will work with landowners to bring forward a
                          development brief to identify development opportunities within the and agree
                          the scale and mix of the development and to coordinate the development. It is
                          expected that an additional 50 dwellings (approximately) could be provided
                          through development within the site, although the Council intends to also
                          secure much needed employment opportunities for Tadley residents. The scale
                          of any retail development needs to be consistent with the scale and function of
                          a District Centre.

FPC1/4   D4.19            Amend the text within the third column ‘Phasing of development and                 Reason for            10/2/2005
                          justification’ of the table to;                                                    Change – In
                                                                                                             response to the
                          First phase Second Phase – brownfield site - due to the need for                   outcomes of a
                          Thames Water to undertake the necessary foul drainage infrastructure               report by Thames
                          improvements.                                                                      Water which was


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                                                                                                  carried out to
                                                                                                  address the long
                                                                                                  term foul flooding
                                                                                                  issues in Tadley
FPC1/5   D4.20            Amend the text within the third column ‘Phasing of development and      Reason for         10/2/2005
                          justification’ of the table to;                                         Change – In
                                                                                                  response to the
                          First phase Second Phase – brownfield site - due to the need for        outcomes of a
                          Thames Water to undertake the necessary foul drainage infrastructure    report by Thames
                          improvements                                                            Water which was
                                                                                                  carried out to
                                                                                                  address foul
                                                                                                  flooding issues in
                                                                                                  Tadley
FPC1/6   Paragraph 1.43   Additional wording to be added to the end of the paragraph:             In response to the 10/2/2005
                                                                                                  outcomes of a
                          In order for Thames Water to undertake the necessary foul drainage      report by Thames
                          infrastructure improvements the site will come forward in the second    Water which was
                          phase of the Plan (up to and including 2011).                           carried out to
                                                                                                  address foul
                                                                                                  flooding issues in
                                                                                                  Tadley
FPC1/7   Paragraph 1.43   Additional wording to be added to the end of the paragraph:             In response to the 10/2/2005
                                                                                                  outcomes of a
                          In order for Thames Water to undertake the necessary foul drainage      report by Thames
                          infrastructure improvements the site will come forward in the second    Water which was
                          phase of the Plan (up to and including 2011).                           carried out to
                                                                                                  address foul
                                                                                                  flooding issues in
                                                                                                  Tadley




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Chapter 2
FPC2/1      E6               Amend the 4th paragraph of policy E6 to read:                                    To ensure              24/2/2005
                                                                                                              consistency with
                             …….Consideration of applications for development in AONBs will reflect the       government
                             guidance given in PPG7 PPS7including the requirement of major development        guidance.
                             proposals to be shown to be in the public interest.
FPC2/2      Paragraph 2.36   Applicants will may be required to submit a flood risk assessment in support of Following               8/3/2005
            (Policy E8)      their application where the risk of flooding needs to be assessed.                discussions at the
                                                                                                               hearing session.
FPC2/3      Paragraph 2.37   Last sentence to be deleted in total together with the deletion of the additional The issues is         8/3/2005
            RD2.024          words proposed in PIC10.                                                          covered in greater
            PIC 10                                                                                             detail in proposed
                             It will be necessary to ensure that adequate water and sewerage infrastructure    policy A8 and to
                             is provided to meet the needs of new development proposals and                    also include in
                             environmental objectives.                                                         within E8 would be
                                                                                                               repetitious.
FPC2/4      Policy E6        The text of (i) is amended to read:                                               To make it clear      8/3/2005
                                                                                                               that the Landscape
                             The particular qualities of the relevant Landscape Character Area, as defined     Character Areas
                             in the Basingstoke and Deane Landscape Assessment; and                            being referred to
                                                                                                               are those in the
                                                                                                               Borough
                                                                                                               Landscape
                                                                                                               Assessment and to
                                                                                                               clarify the
                                                                                                               hierarchy of
                                                                                                               documents to refer
                                                                                                               to when
                                                                                                               undertaking
                                                                                                               appraisals of
                                                                                                               landscape character
FPC2/5      Policy E6        Additional supporting text to be inserted after paragraph 2.30:                   To make it clear      8/3/2005
                                                                                                               that the Landscape



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                          When considering the particular qualities of a Landscape Character Area, the       Character Areas
                          Borough Landscape Assessment is the principal document to refer to.                being referred to
                          However, assessments contained in other documents can also be of use and           are those in the
                          should be referred to where relevant.                                              Borough
                                                                                                             Landscape
                                                                                                             Assessment and to
                                                                                                             clarify the
                                                                                                             hierarchy of
                                                                                                             documents to refer
                                                                                                             to when
                                                                                                             undertaking
                                                                                                             appraisals of
                                                                                                             landscape character
FPC2/6   Paragraph 2.31   The last sentence of paragraph 2.31 to be merged with the previous sentence        To clarify that the   8/3/2005
         RD2.012          and reworded as follows:                                                           AONB
         Policy E6                                                                                           Management Plan
                          ………..e.g. for the Forest of Eversley, ‘The Hampshire Landscape: A                  has already been
                          Strategy for the Future’. And as well as a Landscape Assessment and a              adopted.
                          Management Plan for of the North Wessex Downs AONB. Landscape
                          management strategies will also be adopted for the Borough and for the AONB
                          in March 2004.

FPC2/7   Policy E7        The first paragraph of Policy to be changed as follows:                            To accommodate        8/3/2005
                                                                                                             improvements to
                          Development or a change of land use will be permitted where it will not have       the policy wording
                          an adverse effect on protected species or the conservation status of priority      in the light of
                          species, harm the nature conservation interest of a statutory or non-statutory     objector evidence
                          wildlife site or lead to the loss or deterioration of a key habitat type or harm   given for the Local
                          the integrity of linkages between such sites and habitats.                         Plan Inquiry.

FPC2/8   Policy E7        Further paragraph to be added to the supporting text between RD2.020 and           To accommodate        8/3/2005
         (RD2.020         RD2.021 to read:                                                                   improvements to
         RD2.021)                                                                                            the policy wording
                          In assessing the impact of development on the integrity of linkages between        in the light of
                          designated sites and key habitats, regard will be given to whether proposals       objector evidence
                          will increase fragmentation or isolation of the sites and habitats or introduce    given for the Local


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                            barriers to species movement between them.                                       Plan Inquiry.

Chapter 3
FPC3/1      PIC12           Amend the first sentence of policy EC1 to read:                                  Following            13/1/2005
            EC1                                                                                              discussion at the
                            Employment development and redevelopment proposals will be permitted             Employment
                            within the boundaries of the employment areas defined on the proposals maps      Round Table
                            inset maps 1, 2 and 14.                                                          Session, in order to
                                                                                                             clarify that this
                                                                                                             policy refers only
                                                                                                             to defined
                                                                                                             employment areas
                                                                                                             with Basingstoke
                                                                                                             Town.
FPC3/2      PIC 13          New paragraph after paragraph 3.7b:                                              Following            13/1/2005
            New paragraph                                                                                    discussion at the
            after 3.7b      Applicants will be asked to submit an economic assessment as part of any         Employment
                            application. This should include information about loss of employment, loss of   Round Table
                            floorspace and the impact on the number of years of supply. More details on      Session: To
                            what is required will be set out within a supplementary planning document.       provide clarity to
                                                                                                             applicants about the
                                                                                                             information that
                                                                                                             they are expected
                                                                                                             to provide as part
                                                                                                             of an application.
FPC3/3      PIC 13          Delete Last sentence in paragraph 3.7c                                           Delete following     13/1/2005
            RD3.001         Development proposals within employment areas are therefore restricted to        discussion at the
            Paragraph 3.7   B1, B2 and B8 uses, plus ancillary uses in exceptional circumstances.            Round Table
                                                                                                             Session on
                                                                                                             employment. The
                                                                                                             paragraph is a
                                                                                                             drafting error
                                                                                                             which is clearly
                                                                                                             contrary to the aims
                                                                                                             and objectives of


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                                                                                                                 the revised policy.
FPC3/4      EC5              Amend the first sentence of the policy to read:                                     Following              13/1/2005
            RD3.011                                                                                              discussion at the
                             The loss of sites in employment use, including employment allocations               Local Plan Inquiry
                             employment sites within settlements outside of Basingstoke Town……..                 in order to clarify
                                                                                                                 that EC5 applies to
                                                                                                                 sites outside of
                                                                                                                 Basingstoke Town,
                                                                                                                 and to existing
                                                                                                                 allocated sites.
FPC3/5      Paragraph 3.13   The wording to paragraph 3.13 is amended as follows:                                Following              11/3/2005
            RD3.010                                                                                              discussion at the
                             There may be circumstances where, to facilitate inward investment or to             Local Plan Inquiry
                             provide other significant economic benefits to the Borough, exceptional land
                             release should be made. This policy provides the framework for the
                             consideration of such an eventuality. Further details on the information that
                             will be required in determining any proposals under this policy are to be set
                             out in a Supplementary Planning Document.

                             In the context of this policy, large-scale is defined as a site of between 10 and
                             20 hectares for occupation by a single organisation.




FPC3/6      Table two        The Title to be changed to:                                                         As there are two       1/4/2005
                                                                                                                 ‘table two’ in the
                             Table two three: The Borough’s Retail Hierarchy                                     plan.
Chapter 4
FPC4/1      C3               Amend i) and ii) of Policy C3:                                                      Changed for            12/01/2005
                                                                                                                 clarification/avoid
                             i) it incorporates up to 10% unsubsidised low cost market affordable housing        confusion in light
                             for key workers; and                                                                of discussion at the
                             ii) appropriate arrangements and/or legal agreements are entered into by the        Affordable
                             Borough Council and the developer to ensure that this key worker housing            Housing Round


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                            remains low cost affordable in perpetuity, and that occupancy is restricted to   Table Session.
                            defined key workers.
Chapter 5
                            The policy has been re-ordered so that the middle two paragraphs (“when there    To reflect            8/3/2005
FPC5/1      PIC19
                            is…” and “Phasing agreements may…”) are placed at the end.                       discussion at the
            New Policy A8
                                                                                                             hearing session for
                            The policy now sets out that where there are concerns, planning permission       policy A8 on 8
                            will be subject to a planning condition or legal agreement.                      March 2005.

                            Part of the wording of the policy has been placed in supporting text.

                            For ease of reference the entire wording is set out below.

                            Water and Sewerage Infrastructure

                            Policy A8

                            Planning permission will be granted for developments provided that:

                                i.      sufficient water supply, sewerage and sewage treatment capacity
                                        already exists or
                                ii.     additional capacity can be provided in time to serve the
                                        development which will ensure that the environment and the
                                        amenities of local residents are not adversely affected.

                            Supporting Text

                            The Borough Council will seek to ensure that there is adequate water supply,
                            surface water, foul drainage and sewerage treatment capacity to serve all new
                            developments. Developers will be expected to demonstrate that there is
                            adequate capacity both on and off site to serve the development and that it
                            would not lead to problems for existing users, or adversely affect the
                            environment. In some circumstances this may make it necessary for developers
                            to carry out appropriate studies to ascertain whether the proposed development
                            will lead to overloading of existing infrastructure.


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                         When there is a capacity problem and improvements in off-site infrastructure
                         are not programmed, developers will be expected to requisition or otherwise
                         fund infrastructure improvements.

                         Planning conditions and section 106 agreements may be necessary to
                         accommodate this process. These will include phasing arrangements if
                         appropriate.


FPC5/2   Paragraph 5.3   The wording to paragraph 5.3 be amended as follows:                                Following            25/01/2005
                                                                                                            discussions at the
                         The past approach of focusing growth and enhancement of the road network           hearing session.
                         has now given way to the development of a more balanced and integrated
                         approach. This is aimed at:

                             •   Improving alternative modes of transport to the car, to restrain traffic
                                 growth and reduce congestion and reduce social exclusion;
                             •   Locating development in accessible locations where it minimises the
                                 need for travel, in accordance with the sequential approach; and
                             •   Managing the road network more efficiently.’

                         In order to ensure a co-ordinated approach to land use, planning and
                         transportation within the Borough and with neighbouring authorities, the Plan
                         will support proposals set out in the Local Transport Plan (LTP) and in BEST.
FPC5/3   Policy A3       The wording to Policy A3 be amended as follows:                                    Following            25/01/2005
         (RD5.008)                                                                                          discussions at the
                         Proposals for transport schemes that improve facilities for public transport,      hearing session.
                         cycling and walking, as well as small schemes on the road network which are
                         necessary to relieve congestion, improve road safety or lead to environmental
                         benefits will be permitted. This may include schemes associated with the trunk
                         road network

                         Development will not be permitted that would prevent the use of any part of
                         the existing or proposed cycle or pedestrian networks or other rights of way



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                              unless alternative routes are provided that are similar or better in quality,
                              length, convenience and safety. Additionally, development will be resisted
                              where it is considered to adversely affect proposals for future infrastructure
                              improvements for public transport.
FPC5/4       Paragraph 5.11   The wording to Paragraph 5.11 be amended as follows:                               Following             25/01/2005
             (RD5.009)                                                                                           discussions at the
                              In addition to the proposals for a new railway station at Chineham and new         hearing session
                              station car parks at Bramley and Whitchurch, further opportunities will be
                              taken to improve the transport network. In line with national policy, apart from
                              in association with major new developments and where there is a need to
                              relieve congestion, improve road safety or lead to environmental benefits,
                              there is unlikely to be major new road building in the future. As outlined in
                              BEST, the focus will be more upon managing the existing road network more
                              effectively. This will include implementing a programme of measures along
                              major transport corridors which will include such techniques as speed and
                              capacity control, priority measures, traffic calming schemes and influencing
                              how roads are used, to encourage the use of public transport, cycling and
                              walking whilst improving safety for all road users.

Appendix 4
FPCAP4/1     Appendix 4       A definition for ‘Hydrology’ should be added to the Glossary as follows:           To clarify what is    8/3/2005
                                                                                                                 intended to be
                              Hydrology The effect of land use and development on rainwater interception,        meant by this word
                                         drainage and surface water runoff, changes to water tables and          in connection with
                                         the water levels of wetland habitats, the flow rate and turbidity       Policy E8. Change
                                         of rivers and streams and the volume and frequency of                   made as a result of
                                         floodplain inundation, as well as the overall effects on water          Inquiry session on
                                         quality.”                                                               Policy E8.
Appendix 6
FPCAP6       New Appendix 6   Proposed New Appendix 6                                                            Suggestion by the     14/1/2005
                                                                                                                 Inspector during
                              The Borough Council has carried out a wide ranging consultation on the Local       the Local Plan
                              Plan Review to try and maximise understanding of, and engagement in the            Inquiry.
                              planning process. Parish Councils, neighbourhood and resident’s groups and


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the Local Strategic Partnership have had the opportunity for involvement from
an early stage in the development of the Plan.

At each stage of the Local Plan Review, including the consultation undertaken
prior to the First Deposit Draft Local Plan being published, the Borough
Council has used a variety of methods of securing public involvement. This
has involved the following:

•     maintaining and updating a database of all interested parties, who have
      been kept informed of the process at each stage;
•     arranging a travelling exhibition of the Local Plan proposals which
      visited accessible locations in the main settlements in the Borough;
•     the placing of all information on the Borough Council website and in
      public libraries;
•     advertising each consultation, including the exhibition dates and venues,
      in the local press and the London Gazette, together with the required
      public notices;
•     the inclusion of a leaflet and article on the Local Plan in the Borough
      Council’s magazine, which is delivered to every house in the Borough;
•     widespread distribution of posters to key public locations; and
•     attendance at a number of public meetings.

The first stage of the consultation was a background paper outlining the broad
issues facing the Borough. This was published in January 2001 and nearly 300
comments were received, including the promotion of 170 sites.

The second stage of the consultation was the publication of a number of further
consultation documents in July 2001, with a 6 week consultation period
running to the end of September. This consultation focussed on
accommodating development issues and involved the publication of:

•    A site register containing details of the 170 sites being promoted for
     development.
•    A number of explanatory background papers.



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All this information was made widely available and was placed on the
Council’s website. To raise awareness of the Local Plan Review, a mobile
exhibition visited various locations across the Borough, and an exhibition
showing developer’s proposals was held at the Anvil in Basingstoke, which
attracted over 1,000 visitors.

A further period of consultation was held during the winter of 2001/02 to
publicise the details of a further 60 sites that had been promoted by developers
and landowners by this time. Additionally, a paper setting out a draft strategy
for the Local Plan Review was published in January 2002. Briefings on this
were held for Parish Councils and local interest groups. Regular updates on the
Plan are posted on the Council’s website, and paper copies are sent out to
everyone who has expressed an interest in being kept informed.

The consultation resulted in over 3,000 comments being received, a large
number of which were about promoted sites. The comments received were
used to inform the contents of the Local Plan Review.

Site selection criteria were prepared and published in April 2002. These
enabled both the constraints and opportunities affecting each of the promoted
sites to be assessed, and for sites to be compared against one another.

The First Deposit Draft Local Plan was published for consultation on 11
October 2002. The consultation period lasted until 29 November 2002. During
this time, 3,237 representations were received, of which 2,921 were objecting
to particular aspects of the plan and 316 were supporting comments. Included
within the representations were 4 petitions, totalling around 1,150 signatories,
stating their opposition to the development of particular sites around
Basingstoke.

All of the comments received were reported to Councillors during early 2003,
and were used to inform the preparation of the Revised Deposit Draft Local
Plan. This was subsequently published for consultation on 7 November 2003,
with the deadline for comments being 22 December 2003. During this period,
extensive consultation was carried out, as detailed above, and a further 977
representations were submitted. Of these, 807 were objections and 170 were


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                              supporting comments.

                              The representations received were subsequently reported to Councillors during
                              early 2004, and the decision was taken to publish a set of Pre-Inquiry Changes.
                              The purpose of these was to resolve some objections to the Local Plan Review
                              and to correct a number of minor factual errors. The Pre-Inquiry Changes were
                              published for a period of consultation from 23 April 2004 until 4 June 2004. In
                              common with other consultations on the Local Plan Review, a copy of the
                              information submitted was made available on the Borough Council’s website
                              and in all libraries in the Borough. In addition, a letter of information was sent
                              to all previous respondents. A total of 58 representations were received, of
                              which 36 were objections and 22 were in support.

                              A further set of Pre-Inquiry Changes were published on 5 November 2004 for
                              a period of consultation until 17 December 2004. The purpose of these was to
                              resolve some of the objections to the Local Plan Review and to correct a
                              number of minor factual errors. A total of 7 representations were received, of
                              which 3 were objections and 4 were in support.

                              A Local Plan Inquiry was subsequently held in 2005 in order for an
                              independent planning Inspector to consider all of the outstanding objections to
                              the Local Plan Review.

Maps
FPCM2/1    Map 2 (policy D2) The Settlement Policy Boundary for Basingstoke Town be redrawn to exclude             In response to        20/1/2005
                             the area proposed as a Country Park to the West of Basingstoke, with the              debate at the
                             precise south-eastern boundary of the Country park to be determined by the            Inquiry sessions on
                             LPA through the forthcoming ‘masterplanning’ of the proposed Manydown                 Policy D2. .
                             development.

FPCM9/1    Map 9              Inset Map 9 – Whitchurch Town                                                                              1/4/2005

                              The legend for Town/District Centre Boundary should refer to policies
                              EC9/EC10 instead of E6.
FPCM23/1   Map 23             The Settlement Policy Boundary in the South East of Ecchinswell has been             Error noticed by      12/5/2005


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                    incorrectly drawn and should follow the line of the conservation area,           Officers in
                    excluding the modern agricultural building which still exists. This is because   response to proof
                    this modern building was not included under BDB40929 for demolition and          PR27.
                    subsequent inclusion in the curtilage. To retain this building within the SPB
                    would be inconsistent with the LPA’s approach outlined in Topic Paper 6,
                    paragraph 10.6 (2).
FPCM37/1   Map 37   Slight amendment to Settlement Policy Boundary, to correct drafting error on     Error noticed          19/5/2005
                    Revised Deposit Draft Map 37 compared to First Deposit Draft Map 37.             during hearing.
FPCM50/1   Map 50   Change the Settlement Policy Boundary to exclude the area of land at ‘The        In response to         16/3/2005
                    Hatch’ that is to remain undeveloped.                                            debate at the
                                                                                                     Inquiry Sessions on
                    Please see attached map.                                                         Map 50. Planning
                                                                                                     consent has been
                                                                                                     granted for the site
                                                                                                     including an area
                                                                                                     that is to remain
                                                                                                     undeveloped as it
                                                                                                     contains a SINC
                                                                                                     (Site of Importance
                                                                                                     to Nature
                                                                                                     Conservation).




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