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Please supply your first and last names, address and postcode whichever method you use to respond. Of course you are entirely free to enter your own response and comments.
We felt that the CPRW focus should be on resisting the principle of Green Belt release at Ruscombe so we have not included comment guidance on other sites and issues. We recognise that views may differ on the appropriateness or otherwise of smaller Readibg in the area so you may wish to comment further in response to questions 29 and And you can of course comment on all other questions in the survey if you have views on them.
Our response relates to the general question of siting new developments Q2 and the section focusing on the Northern Area Q28, Q30 which WBC has identified as the villages of Twyford, Hurst, Charvil, Sonning, Wargrave and Remenham, and the surrounding countryside. If you wish to use our comments they can be copied below and Need a release any Reading wokingham to reply into the relevant boxes: Email to LPU wokingham. Survey Question 2 Where in the borough are the best opportunities to establish new communities which include such things as local centres, schools and improved sustainable transport links?
Please provide details and outline the reasons why.
Sites will exist, within or adjacent to settlements, that whilst not forming part of a new community may still be appropriate for development. With regards the location for potential new communities, careful consideration needs to be given to national policy set out in the NPPF, which includes guidance upon Green Belts, a notable constraint upon development in the northern most part of Wokingham Borough.
The plans have been submitted to Wokingham Borough Council, and once a primary school and community facilities¹; a Relief Road east of Shinfield²; and respond to Wokingham's own Core Strategy which identified a need for "All the proceeds from the sale of the land will be re-invested in the core. ACTION: To send LAF members links to Wokingham's 'statement of priorities' for the Some of the routes would need physical barriers to prevent vehicular access. No response had yet been received from Reading, and RP was in the process . delayed in order to tie in with the application for the Arborfield Relief Road. You must return this form to us immediately, even if you do not have all the proof we have asked for. Please read these important notes before you fill in the form . They will help you . ask so many questions but we do need you to answer in.
The Council have been presented with a number of options for generating new communities across the Borough, the majority of which do not lie within the Green Belt. It therefore follows, in specific response to the question, that the best opportunities to establish new communities will be on non-Green Belt land in the Borough.
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Densities beyond those which currently exist may therefore damage the established character that is present. It is clear from the Masterplanning document that if development is to be supported by the Council it would consist of several, if not all, of the above promoted sites.
Appendix Response from Wokingham Borough Council . chronological list of all duty to co-operate actions that have taken place (Appendix criteria for considering release, which will be broadly the same as those in. “No one seems able to get a definitive answer and Wokingham Borough While the relief road may reduce traffic on the Reading road, it will create I contacted the council about this and have just received a message to say. You must return this form to us immediately, even if you do not have all the proof we have asked for. Please read these important notes before you fill in the form . They will help you . ask so many questions but we do need you to answer in.
It is identified in the Wokingham Strategic Growth Locations Report June as a potential strategic development opportunity for anything between and 3, homes.
Development of such scale would have a substantial detrimental impact upon the local environment, in terms of appearance, character, heritage and general amenity, all of which contribute to why we have chosen to live in the area. While the Twyford crossroads may suffer from congestion at peak times, this does not warrant the introduction of strategic scale development.
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The introduction of thousands of houses, and traffic generated by Need a release any Reading wokingham to reply, will add congestion to a much wider area, and whilst potentially enhancing one specific junction would result in considerable detriment to many others. As a result, an improved cross roads junction definitely does not justify strategic scale development as proposed through the above sites.
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Whilst such improvements might rdlease welcome, it is strongly considered that they can occur without strategic scale development and are therefore most definitely not a reason to justify it. All of the above sites lie within land designated as Green Belt.
The National Planning Policy Framework confirms that any changes to Green Belt boundaries as would be needed to enable strategic scale development can only take place in exceptional circumstances. It also requires the Council to fully examine all other reasonable options for development, before amending Green Belt boundaries.
Development of the above wikingham would therefore be in direct conflict with National Planning Policy.
This was because all parcels were shown to contribute, or significantly contribute, to the purposes of the Green Belt, underlining why development upon them is not justified. For these reasons I strongly object to the potential development of the above sites.
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