Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan Area Designation

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Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60288

Received: 30/10/2013

Respondent: Canal & River Trust

Representation:

Canal & River Trust consider that the Stratford Canal and Grand Union Canal can contribute to the future vision and aims of the Neighbourhood Plan for Lapworth. The Stratford Canal runs through the centre of the Neighbourhood Plan area and the Grand Union Canal forms the eastern boundary.
Our aspirations for our infrastructure within the neighbourhood plan area could include: towpath and access enhancements; biodiversity projects; water quality improvements; waterway wall repairs; mooring enhancements; bridge and lock repairs; installing bank protection; angling enhancements etc.

Full text:

Canal & River Trust consider that the Stratford Canal and Grand Union Canal can contribute to the future vision and aims of the Neighbourhood Plan for Lapworth. The Stratford Canal runs through the centre of the Neighbourhood Plan area and the Grand Union Canal forms the eastern boundary.

Canal & River Trust consider the canals are multi-functional. The multi-functional roles of the waterways include: an agent of or catalyst for regeneration; a contributor to water supply and transfer, drainage and flood management; a tourism, cultural, sport, leisure and recreation resource; a heritage landscape, open space and ecological resource; sustainable modes of transport; and routes for telecommunications; supporting climate change, carbon reduction and sustainability. These multi-functional roles can support a vision and the aspirations for the area.

Our aspirations for our infrastructure within the neighbourhood plan area could include: towpath and access enhancements; biodiversity projects; water quality improvements; waterway wall repairs; mooring enhancements; bridge and lock repairs; installing bank protection; angling enhancements etc.

A number of our structures on the Stratford Canal are Grade II listed:-

Lapworth Locks 7-14 northern basin walls and bridges 32 and 33
Lock Keepers Cottage (Lock 7)
Lock Keepers Cottage (Lock 13)
Canal Workshop at Lapworth Yard
Canal Office at Lapworth Yard
Kingswood Junction Bridge number 36
Lapworth Locks number 21
Lapworth Bottom Lock number 20
Junction Cottage Lapworth Yard
Broom Hall Bridge number 38
Dicks Lane Bridge number 39
Lock Cottage (Lock 28)

We also have a number of moorings and boating facilities within the plan area which support tourism and recreational use of the canals.

We have an active Towpath Taskforce at Lapworth where Volunteers carry out a range of tasks along the canal including painting, litter clearance, cutting back of vegetation and planting.


It is hoped these comments are of assistance and we look forward to commenting on future consultations in due course.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60495

Received: 29/09/2013

Respondent: Network Rail

Representation:

The following Network Rail access points are within the Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan area:
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian e 418744 / n 271073 (DCL 116.0176)
Authorised Access Point - Vehicle e 418779 / n 271576 (DCL 116.0726)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 418856 / n 272213 (DCL 116.1430)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 418573 / n 273276 (DCL 117.0880)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 417825 / n 274110 (DCL 118.0352)
Network Rail access points must not be impacted by any proposals within the neighbourhood area. All roads, paths or ways providing access to any part of the railway undertaker's land both temporary and permanent, shall be kept open at all times (24/7, 365 - around the clock) during and after the development. Any development proposal must not encroach onto any Network Rail access road, paths or ways of access to any part of Network Rail land. This also includes emergency vehicles ability to access and exit Network Rail land. Developers are reminded that each Network Rail access point has a specific right of way and as such any developer is requested to contact the Network Rail Operational Property Services Team to discuss the impact of the proposal upon our access before any works commence on site.

Full text:

FAO Development Policy Manager
Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan

Thank you for the opportunity to provide feedback to the proposed policy.

Network Rail is the "not for dividend" owner and operator of Britain's railway infrastructure, which includes the tracks, signals, tunnels, bridges, viaducts, level crossings and stations - the largest of which we also manage. All profits made by the company, including from commercial development, are reinvested directly back into the network.

Network Rail has the following comments to make.

(1) Access Points
The following Network Rail access points are within the Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan area:
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian e 418744 / n 271073 (DCL 116.0176)
Authorised Access Point - Vehicle e 418779 / n 271576 (DCL 116.0726)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 418856 / n 272213 (DCL 116.1430)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 418573 / n 273276 (DCL 117.0880)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 417825 / n 274110 (DCL 118.0352)
Network Rail access points must not be impacted by any proposals within the neighbourhood area. All roads, paths or ways providing access to any part of the railway undertaker's land both temporary and permanent, shall be kept open at all times (24/7, 365 - around the clock) during and after the development. Any development proposal must not encroach onto any Network Rail access road, paths or ways of access to any part of Network Rail land. This also includes emergency vehicles ability to access and exit Network Rail land. Developers are reminded that each Network Rail access point has a specific right of way and as such any developer is requested to contact the Network Rail Operational Property Services Team to discuss the impact of the proposal upon our access before any works commence on site. (Email: OperationalPropertyLNW@networkrail.co.uk)

(2) Asset Protection
That any proposal within the neighbourhood area does not impact upon the railway infrastructure / Network Rail land e.g.
* Drainage works / water features
* Encroachment onto Network Rail land or our air-space
* Excavation and earthworks, bunds and embankments
* Wind turbines / solar farms
* Siting of structures/buildings less than 2m from the Network Rail boundary / Party Wall Act issues
* Lighting impacting upon train drivers ability to perceive signals
* Landscaping that could impact upon overhead lines or Network Rail boundary treatments
* Any piling works
* Any scaffolding works
* Any public open spaces and proposals where minors and young children may be likely to use a site which could result in trespass upon the railway (which we would remind the council is a criminal offence under s55 British Transport Commission Act 1949)
* Any use of crane or plant
* Any fencing works / acoustic fencing works and boundary treatments (we would request that any development adjacent to the railway erects a minimum 1.8m high steel palisade trespass proof fence to prevent unauthorised access onto the railway.
* Any demolition works
* Any hard standing areas
* Works adjoining / adjacent or near to railway stations
We would very strongly recommend that the Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan authority / group are made aware that any proposal within 10m of the operational railway boundary will also require review and approval by the Network Rail Asset Protection Team, and such schemes should be accompanied by a risk assessment and a method statement. No works should commence on site without the approval of the Network Rail Asset Protection Engineer. Network Rail is required to recover any expenses incurred in facilitating third party proposals, a BAPA may be required for the works on site.

We would request that the Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan authority / group authority / group when submitting proposals for a development contact Network Rail's Town Planning Team and include a location plan and a description of the works taking place for review and comment on all proposals.

All initial proposals and plans should be flagged up to the Network Rail Town Planning Team London North Western Route at the following address:

Town Planning Team LNW
Network Rail
1st Floor
Square One
4 Travis Street
Manchester
M1 2NY

Email: TownPlanningLNW@networkrail.co.uk

We would request to see a location plan and a block plan of the proposed layout on site in the first instance.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60496

Received: 29/09/2013

Respondent: Network Rail

Representation:

That any proposal within the neighbourhood area does not impact upon the railway infrastructure / Network Rail land e.g.
* Drainage works / water features
* Encroachment onto Network Rail land or our air-space
* Excavation and earthworks, bunds and embankments
* Wind turbines / solar farms
* Siting of structures/buildings less than 2m from the Network Rail boundary / Party Wall Act issues
* Lighting impacting upon train drivers ability to perceive signals
* Landscaping that could impact upon overhead lines or Network Rail boundary treatments
* Any piling works
* Any scaffolding works
* Any public open spaces and proposals where minors and young children may be likely to use a site which could result in trespass upon the railway (which we would remind the council is a criminal offence under s55 British Transport Commission Act 1949)
* Any use of crane or plant
* Any fencing works / acoustic fencing works and boundary treatments (we would request that any development adjacent to the railway erects a minimum 1.8m high steel palisade trespass proof fence to prevent unauthorised access onto the railway.
* Any demolition works
* Any hard standing areas
* Works adjoining / adjacent or near to railway stations

Full text:

FAO Development Policy Manager
Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan

Thank you for the opportunity to provide feedback to the proposed policy.

Network Rail is the "not for dividend" owner and operator of Britain's railway infrastructure, which includes the tracks, signals, tunnels, bridges, viaducts, level crossings and stations - the largest of which we also manage. All profits made by the company, including from commercial development, are reinvested directly back into the network.

Network Rail has the following comments to make.

(1) Access Points
The following Network Rail access points are within the Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan area:
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian e 418744 / n 271073 (DCL 116.0176)
Authorised Access Point - Vehicle e 418779 / n 271576 (DCL 116.0726)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 418856 / n 272213 (DCL 116.1430)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 418573 / n 273276 (DCL 117.0880)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 417825 / n 274110 (DCL 118.0352)
Network Rail access points must not be impacted by any proposals within the neighbourhood area. All roads, paths or ways providing access to any part of the railway undertaker's land both temporary and permanent, shall be kept open at all times (24/7, 365 - around the clock) during and after the development. Any development proposal must not encroach onto any Network Rail access road, paths or ways of access to any part of Network Rail land. This also includes emergency vehicles ability to access and exit Network Rail land. Developers are reminded that each Network Rail access point has a specific right of way and as such any developer is requested to contact the Network Rail Operational Property Services Team to discuss the impact of the proposal upon our access before any works commence on site. (Email: OperationalPropertyLNW@networkrail.co.uk)

(2) Asset Protection
That any proposal within the neighbourhood area does not impact upon the railway infrastructure / Network Rail land e.g.
* Drainage works / water features
* Encroachment onto Network Rail land or our air-space
* Excavation and earthworks, bunds and embankments
* Wind turbines / solar farms
* Siting of structures/buildings less than 2m from the Network Rail boundary / Party Wall Act issues
* Lighting impacting upon train drivers ability to perceive signals
* Landscaping that could impact upon overhead lines or Network Rail boundary treatments
* Any piling works
* Any scaffolding works
* Any public open spaces and proposals where minors and young children may be likely to use a site which could result in trespass upon the railway (which we would remind the council is a criminal offence under s55 British Transport Commission Act 1949)
* Any use of crane or plant
* Any fencing works / acoustic fencing works and boundary treatments (we would request that any development adjacent to the railway erects a minimum 1.8m high steel palisade trespass proof fence to prevent unauthorised access onto the railway.
* Any demolition works
* Any hard standing areas
* Works adjoining / adjacent or near to railway stations
We would very strongly recommend that the Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan authority / group are made aware that any proposal within 10m of the operational railway boundary will also require review and approval by the Network Rail Asset Protection Team, and such schemes should be accompanied by a risk assessment and a method statement. No works should commence on site without the approval of the Network Rail Asset Protection Engineer. Network Rail is required to recover any expenses incurred in facilitating third party proposals, a BAPA may be required for the works on site.

We would request that the Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan authority / group authority / group when submitting proposals for a development contact Network Rail's Town Planning Team and include a location plan and a description of the works taking place for review and comment on all proposals.

All initial proposals and plans should be flagged up to the Network Rail Town Planning Team London North Western Route at the following address:

Town Planning Team LNW
Network Rail
1st Floor
Square One
4 Travis Street
Manchester
M1 2NY

Email: TownPlanningLNW@networkrail.co.uk

We would request to see a location plan and a block plan of the proposed layout on site in the first instance.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60497

Received: 29/09/2013

Respondent: Network Rail

Representation:

We would very strongly recommend that the Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan authority / group are made aware that any proposal within 10m of the operational railway boundary will also require review and approval by the Network Rail Asset Protection Team, and such schemes should be accompanied by a risk assessment and a method statement. No works should commence on site without the approval of the Network Rail Asset Protection Engineer. Network Rail is required to recover any expenses incurred in facilitating third party proposals, a BAPA may be required for the works on site.

Full text:

FAO Development Policy Manager
Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan

Thank you for the opportunity to provide feedback to the proposed policy.

Network Rail is the "not for dividend" owner and operator of Britain's railway infrastructure, which includes the tracks, signals, tunnels, bridges, viaducts, level crossings and stations - the largest of which we also manage. All profits made by the company, including from commercial development, are reinvested directly back into the network.

Network Rail has the following comments to make.

(1) Access Points
The following Network Rail access points are within the Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan area:
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian e 418744 / n 271073 (DCL 116.0176)
Authorised Access Point - Vehicle e 418779 / n 271576 (DCL 116.0726)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 418856 / n 272213 (DCL 116.1430)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 418573 / n 273276 (DCL 117.0880)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 417825 / n 274110 (DCL 118.0352)
Network Rail access points must not be impacted by any proposals within the neighbourhood area. All roads, paths or ways providing access to any part of the railway undertaker's land both temporary and permanent, shall be kept open at all times (24/7, 365 - around the clock) during and after the development. Any development proposal must not encroach onto any Network Rail access road, paths or ways of access to any part of Network Rail land. This also includes emergency vehicles ability to access and exit Network Rail land. Developers are reminded that each Network Rail access point has a specific right of way and as such any developer is requested to contact the Network Rail Operational Property Services Team to discuss the impact of the proposal upon our access before any works commence on site. (Email: OperationalPropertyLNW@networkrail.co.uk)

(2) Asset Protection
That any proposal within the neighbourhood area does not impact upon the railway infrastructure / Network Rail land e.g.
* Drainage works / water features
* Encroachment onto Network Rail land or our air-space
* Excavation and earthworks, bunds and embankments
* Wind turbines / solar farms
* Siting of structures/buildings less than 2m from the Network Rail boundary / Party Wall Act issues
* Lighting impacting upon train drivers ability to perceive signals
* Landscaping that could impact upon overhead lines or Network Rail boundary treatments
* Any piling works
* Any scaffolding works
* Any public open spaces and proposals where minors and young children may be likely to use a site which could result in trespass upon the railway (which we would remind the council is a criminal offence under s55 British Transport Commission Act 1949)
* Any use of crane or plant
* Any fencing works / acoustic fencing works and boundary treatments (we would request that any development adjacent to the railway erects a minimum 1.8m high steel palisade trespass proof fence to prevent unauthorised access onto the railway.
* Any demolition works
* Any hard standing areas
* Works adjoining / adjacent or near to railway stations
We would very strongly recommend that the Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan authority / group are made aware that any proposal within 10m of the operational railway boundary will also require review and approval by the Network Rail Asset Protection Team, and such schemes should be accompanied by a risk assessment and a method statement. No works should commence on site without the approval of the Network Rail Asset Protection Engineer. Network Rail is required to recover any expenses incurred in facilitating third party proposals, a BAPA may be required for the works on site.

We would request that the Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan authority / group authority / group when submitting proposals for a development contact Network Rail's Town Planning Team and include a location plan and a description of the works taking place for review and comment on all proposals.

All initial proposals and plans should be flagged up to the Network Rail Town Planning Team London North Western Route at the following address:

Town Planning Team LNW
Network Rail
1st Floor
Square One
4 Travis Street
Manchester
M1 2NY

Email: TownPlanningLNW@networkrail.co.uk

We would request to see a location plan and a block plan of the proposed layout on site in the first instance.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60498

Received: 29/09/2013

Respondent: Network Rail

Representation:

We would request that the Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan authority / group authority / group when submitting proposals for a development contact Network Rail's Town Planning Team and include a location plan and a description of the works taking place for review and comment on all proposals.

Full text:

FAO Development Policy Manager
Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan

Thank you for the opportunity to provide feedback to the proposed policy.

Network Rail is the "not for dividend" owner and operator of Britain's railway infrastructure, which includes the tracks, signals, tunnels, bridges, viaducts, level crossings and stations - the largest of which we also manage. All profits made by the company, including from commercial development, are reinvested directly back into the network.

Network Rail has the following comments to make.

(1) Access Points
The following Network Rail access points are within the Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan area:
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian e 418744 / n 271073 (DCL 116.0176)
Authorised Access Point - Vehicle e 418779 / n 271576 (DCL 116.0726)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 418856 / n 272213 (DCL 116.1430)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 418573 / n 273276 (DCL 117.0880)
Authorised Access Point - Pedestrian - e 417825 / n 274110 (DCL 118.0352)
Network Rail access points must not be impacted by any proposals within the neighbourhood area. All roads, paths or ways providing access to any part of the railway undertaker's land both temporary and permanent, shall be kept open at all times (24/7, 365 - around the clock) during and after the development. Any development proposal must not encroach onto any Network Rail access road, paths or ways of access to any part of Network Rail land. This also includes emergency vehicles ability to access and exit Network Rail land. Developers are reminded that each Network Rail access point has a specific right of way and as such any developer is requested to contact the Network Rail Operational Property Services Team to discuss the impact of the proposal upon our access before any works commence on site. (Email: OperationalPropertyLNW@networkrail.co.uk)

(2) Asset Protection
That any proposal within the neighbourhood area does not impact upon the railway infrastructure / Network Rail land e.g.
* Drainage works / water features
* Encroachment onto Network Rail land or our air-space
* Excavation and earthworks, bunds and embankments
* Wind turbines / solar farms
* Siting of structures/buildings less than 2m from the Network Rail boundary / Party Wall Act issues
* Lighting impacting upon train drivers ability to perceive signals
* Landscaping that could impact upon overhead lines or Network Rail boundary treatments
* Any piling works
* Any scaffolding works
* Any public open spaces and proposals where minors and young children may be likely to use a site which could result in trespass upon the railway (which we would remind the council is a criminal offence under s55 British Transport Commission Act 1949)
* Any use of crane or plant
* Any fencing works / acoustic fencing works and boundary treatments (we would request that any development adjacent to the railway erects a minimum 1.8m high steel palisade trespass proof fence to prevent unauthorised access onto the railway.
* Any demolition works
* Any hard standing areas
* Works adjoining / adjacent or near to railway stations
We would very strongly recommend that the Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan authority / group are made aware that any proposal within 10m of the operational railway boundary will also require review and approval by the Network Rail Asset Protection Team, and such schemes should be accompanied by a risk assessment and a method statement. No works should commence on site without the approval of the Network Rail Asset Protection Engineer. Network Rail is required to recover any expenses incurred in facilitating third party proposals, a BAPA may be required for the works on site.

We would request that the Warwick - Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan authority / group authority / group when submitting proposals for a development contact Network Rail's Town Planning Team and include a location plan and a description of the works taking place for review and comment on all proposals.

All initial proposals and plans should be flagged up to the Network Rail Town Planning Team London North Western Route at the following address:

Town Planning Team LNW
Network Rail
1st Floor
Square One
4 Travis Street
Manchester
M1 2NY

Email: TownPlanningLNW@networkrail.co.uk

We would request to see a location plan and a block plan of the proposed layout on site in the first instance.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60499

Received: 02/10/2013

Respondent: Stratford upon Avon District Council

Representation:

SDC has no comments on the area application for Lapworth PC.

Full text:

SDC has no comments on the area application for Lapworth PC.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60500

Received: 15/10/2013

Respondent: The Coal Authority

Representation:

As you will be aware the Lapworth parish area is outside of the defined coalfield and therefore The Coal Authority has no specific comments to make on the definition of the Neighbourhood Plan Area.
In the spirit of ensuring efficiency of resources and proportionality it will not be necessary for the Lapworth to provide The Coal Authority with any future drafts or updates to the emerging Neighbourhood Plan. This letter can be used as evidence for the legal and procedural consultation requirements.

Full text:

Dear Sir/Madam
Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan - Consultation on Plan Area
Thank you for the email of the 01 October 2013 consulting The Coal Authority on the above.
The Coal Authority is a non-departmental public body which works to protect the public and the environment in coal mining areas. Our statutory role in the planning system is to provide advice about new development in the coalfield areas and also protect coal resources from unnecessary sterilisation by encouraging their extraction, where practical, prior to the permanent surface development commencing.
As you will be aware the Lapworth parish area is outside of the defined coalfield and therefore The Coal Authority has no specific comments to make on the definition of the Neighbourhood Plan Area.
In the spirit of ensuring efficiency of resources and proportionality it will not be necessary for the Lapworth to provide The Coal Authority with any future drafts or updates to the emerging Neighbourhood Plan. This letter can be used as evidence for the legal and procedural consultation requirements.
The Coal Authority wishes the Parish Council every success with the preparation of the Neighbourhood Plan.

Support

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60501

Received: 29/10/2013

Respondent: Centro

Representation:

Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the emerging Neighbourhood Plan proposals for the parish of Lapworth. Centro welcomes these proposals in principal and would welcome the opportunity to contribute to the future development of the Neighbourhood Plan.

Full text:

Dear Mr Robinson

Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the emerging Neighbourhood Plan proposals for the parish of Lapworth. Centro welcomes these proposals in principal and would welcome the opportunity to contribute to the future development of the Neighbourhood Plan.

Warwickshire is within the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership and the plan area falls within the West Midlands 'journey to work' area. The West Midlands Local Transport Plan seeks to ensure comprehensive public transport links with key destinations outside the West Midlands Metropolitan area. Through working in close partnership with operators, Warwickshire County Council and its district councils, Centro seek to implement a high quality, accessible network that reflects changing journey patterns both within the Metropolitan area itself and its journey to work area. We therefore want to ensure that any Neighbourhood Plans, which fall within Centro's journey to work area:

* Promote future development patterns of development consistent with the West Midlands Local Transport Plan and Centro's Integrated Transport Prospectus and rail vision;

* Maximise the opportunities for the use and improvement of the public transport, freight, cycling and walking networks serving key development and regeneration areas;

* Identify and protect future routes and site specific locations for new transport schemes and proposals;

* Establish and promote appropriate parking standards for different types of location and development which maximise and incentivise the use of sustainable travel modes;

* Provide a clear policy framework for securing the implementation, monitoring and enforcement of 'smarter choices' measures together with the funding and delivery of new transport infrastructure;

* Indentify walking, cycling and way finder measures alongside bus infrastructure improvements.

Centro do not have specific comments regarding the neighbourhood boundary at this stage. However we seek opportunities to work together with the community and stakeholders regarding potential local rail infrastructure improvements across Centro's journey to work area. Especially our schemes which are planned close by to the neighbourhood plan boundary. For example:

* The new semi-fast Birmingham - Solihull - Stratford services from May 2013 which has led to more regular Leamington - Stratford services

* Snow Hill Enhancements may increase the operation of services along the Birmingham Moor Street - Leamington Spa line in CP5.

We would welcome the opportunity to work with you to discuss the impact these proposals may have on your neighbourhood, and to jointly identify any opportunities for improving public transport access to the area in support of its future development.

In the meantime, we hope that you find our comments helpful and we would appreciate it if we could be kept informed of progress and look forward to receiving further information on the Neighbourhood Plan in due course.

If you have any further queries or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Helen Davies
Senior Economic Development Officer

Direct Dial: 0121 214 7408
Website: www.centro.org.uk

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60502

Received: 29/10/2013

Respondent: Centro

Representation:

Warwickshire is within the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership and the plan area falls within the West Midlands 'journey to work' area. The West Midlands Local Transport Plan seeks to ensure comprehensive public transport links with key destinations outside the West Midlands Metropolitan area. Through working in close partnership with operators, Warwickshire County Council and its district councils, Centro seek to implement a high quality, accessible network that reflects changing journey patterns both within the Metropolitan area itself and its journey to work area. We therefore want to ensure that any Neighbourhood Plans, which fall within Centro's journey to work area:

* Promote future development patterns of development consistent with the West Midlands Local Transport Plan and Centro's Integrated Transport Prospectus and rail vision;

* Maximise the opportunities for the use and improvement of the public transport, freight, cycling and walking networks serving key development and regeneration areas;

* Identify and protect future routes and site specific locations for new transport schemes and proposals;

* Establish and promote appropriate parking standards for different types of location and development which maximise and incentivise the use of sustainable travel modes;

* Provide a clear policy framework for securing the implementation, monitoring and enforcement of 'smarter choices' measures together with the funding and delivery of new transport infrastructure;

* Indentify walking, cycling and way finder measures alongside bus infrastructure improvements.

Full text:

Dear Mr Robinson

Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the emerging Neighbourhood Plan proposals for the parish of Lapworth. Centro welcomes these proposals in principal and would welcome the opportunity to contribute to the future development of the Neighbourhood Plan.

Warwickshire is within the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership and the plan area falls within the West Midlands 'journey to work' area. The West Midlands Local Transport Plan seeks to ensure comprehensive public transport links with key destinations outside the West Midlands Metropolitan area. Through working in close partnership with operators, Warwickshire County Council and its district councils, Centro seek to implement a high quality, accessible network that reflects changing journey patterns both within the Metropolitan area itself and its journey to work area. We therefore want to ensure that any Neighbourhood Plans, which fall within Centro's journey to work area:

* Promote future development patterns of development consistent with the West Midlands Local Transport Plan and Centro's Integrated Transport Prospectus and rail vision;

* Maximise the opportunities for the use and improvement of the public transport, freight, cycling and walking networks serving key development and regeneration areas;

* Identify and protect future routes and site specific locations for new transport schemes and proposals;

* Establish and promote appropriate parking standards for different types of location and development which maximise and incentivise the use of sustainable travel modes;

* Provide a clear policy framework for securing the implementation, monitoring and enforcement of 'smarter choices' measures together with the funding and delivery of new transport infrastructure;

* Indentify walking, cycling and way finder measures alongside bus infrastructure improvements.

Centro do not have specific comments regarding the neighbourhood boundary at this stage. However we seek opportunities to work together with the community and stakeholders regarding potential local rail infrastructure improvements across Centro's journey to work area. Especially our schemes which are planned close by to the neighbourhood plan boundary. For example:

* The new semi-fast Birmingham - Solihull - Stratford services from May 2013 which has led to more regular Leamington - Stratford services

* Snow Hill Enhancements may increase the operation of services along the Birmingham Moor Street - Leamington Spa line in CP5.

We would welcome the opportunity to work with you to discuss the impact these proposals may have on your neighbourhood, and to jointly identify any opportunities for improving public transport access to the area in support of its future development.

In the meantime, we hope that you find our comments helpful and we would appreciate it if we could be kept informed of progress and look forward to receiving further information on the Neighbourhood Plan in due course.

If you have any further queries or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Helen Davies
Senior Economic Development Officer

Direct Dial: 0121 214 7408
Website: www.centro.org.uk

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60503

Received: 29/10/2013

Respondent: Centro

Representation:

Centro do not have specific comments regarding the neighbourhood boundary at this stage. However we seek opportunities to work together with the community and stakeholders regarding potential local rail infrastructure improvements across Centro's journey to work area. Especially our schemes which are planned close by to the neighbourhood plan boundary. For example:

* The new semi-fast Birmingham - Solihull - Stratford services from May 2013 which has led to more regular Leamington - Stratford services

* Snow Hill Enhancements may increase the operation of services along the Birmingham Moor Street - Leamington Spa line in CP5.

We would welcome the opportunity to work with you to discuss the impact these proposals may have on your neighbourhood, and to jointly identify any opportunities for improving public transport access to the area in support of its future development.

Full text:

Dear Mr Robinson

Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the emerging Neighbourhood Plan proposals for the parish of Lapworth. Centro welcomes these proposals in principal and would welcome the opportunity to contribute to the future development of the Neighbourhood Plan.

Warwickshire is within the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership and the plan area falls within the West Midlands 'journey to work' area. The West Midlands Local Transport Plan seeks to ensure comprehensive public transport links with key destinations outside the West Midlands Metropolitan area. Through working in close partnership with operators, Warwickshire County Council and its district councils, Centro seek to implement a high quality, accessible network that reflects changing journey patterns both within the Metropolitan area itself and its journey to work area. We therefore want to ensure that any Neighbourhood Plans, which fall within Centro's journey to work area:

* Promote future development patterns of development consistent with the West Midlands Local Transport Plan and Centro's Integrated Transport Prospectus and rail vision;

* Maximise the opportunities for the use and improvement of the public transport, freight, cycling and walking networks serving key development and regeneration areas;

* Identify and protect future routes and site specific locations for new transport schemes and proposals;

* Establish and promote appropriate parking standards for different types of location and development which maximise and incentivise the use of sustainable travel modes;

* Provide a clear policy framework for securing the implementation, monitoring and enforcement of 'smarter choices' measures together with the funding and delivery of new transport infrastructure;

* Indentify walking, cycling and way finder measures alongside bus infrastructure improvements.

Centro do not have specific comments regarding the neighbourhood boundary at this stage. However we seek opportunities to work together with the community and stakeholders regarding potential local rail infrastructure improvements across Centro's journey to work area. Especially our schemes which are planned close by to the neighbourhood plan boundary. For example:

* The new semi-fast Birmingham - Solihull - Stratford services from May 2013 which has led to more regular Leamington - Stratford services

* Snow Hill Enhancements may increase the operation of services along the Birmingham Moor Street - Leamington Spa line in CP5.

We would welcome the opportunity to work with you to discuss the impact these proposals may have on your neighbourhood, and to jointly identify any opportunities for improving public transport access to the area in support of its future development.

In the meantime, we hope that you find our comments helpful and we would appreciate it if we could be kept informed of progress and look forward to receiving further information on the Neighbourhood Plan in due course.

If you have any further queries or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Helen Davies
Senior Economic Development Officer

Direct Dial: 0121 214 7408
Website: www.centro.org.uk

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60504

Received: 30/10/2013

Respondent: Natural England

Representation:

Natural England is a statutory consultee in neighbourhood planning. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Plans where the Town/Parish Council or Neighbourhood Forum considers our interests would be affected by the proposals. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders where proposals are likely to affect a Site of Special Scientific Interest or 20 hectares or more of Best and Most Versatile agricultural land. We must also be consulted on Strategic Environmental Assessments, Habitats Regulations Assessment screening and Environmental Impact Assessments, where these are required. Your local planning authority will be able to advise you further on environmental requirements.

Full text:

Dear Development Policy Manager,
Lapworth Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Area
Thank you for notifying Natural England of your Neighbourhood Planning Area dated 25/09/2013.
Natural England is a non-departmental public body. Our statutory purpose is to ensure that the natural environment is conserved, enhanced, and managed for the benefit of present and future generations, thereby contributing to sustainable development.
Natural England is a statutory consultee in neighbourhood planning. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Plans where the Town/Parish Council or Neighbourhood Forum considers our interests would be affected by the proposals. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders where proposals are likely to affect a Site of Special Scientific Interest or 20 hectares or more of Best and Most Versatile agricultural land. We must also be consulted on Strategic Environmental Assessments, Habitats Regulations Assessment screening and Environmental Impact Assessments, where these are required. Your local planning authority will be able to advise you further on environmental requirements.
The following is offered as general advice which may be of use in the preparation of your plan.
Natural England, together with the Environment Agency, English Heritage and Forestry Commission has published joint advice on neighbourhood planning which sets out sources of environmental information and ideas on incorporating the environment into plans and development proposals. This is available at: http://publications.environment-agency.gov.uk/PDF/GEHO0212BWAZ-E-E.pdf
Local environmental record centres hold a range of information on the natural environment. A list of local records centres is available at: http://www.nbn-nfbr.org.uk/nfbr.php
Protected landscapes
If your neighbourhood planning area is within or adjacent to a National Park or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), we advise that you take account of the relevant National Park/AONB Management Plan for the area. For Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you should seek the views of the AONB Partnership.
Protected species
You should consider whether your plan or proposal has any impacts on protected species. To help you do this, Natural England has produced standing advice to help understand the impact of particular
Page 2 of 2
developments on protected or Biodiversity Action Plan species should they be identified as an issue. The standing advice also sets out when, following receipt of survey information, you should undertake further consultation with Natural England.
Natural England Standing Advice
Opportunities for enhancing the natural environment
Neighbourhood plans and proposals may provide opportunities to enhance the character and local distinctiveness of the surrounding natural and built environment, use natural resources more sustainably and bring benefits for the local community, for example through green space provision and access to and contact with nature.
Opportunities to incorporate features into new build or retro fitted buildings which are beneficial to wildlife, such as the incorporation of roosting opportunities for bats or the installation of bird nest boxes should also be considered as part of any new development proposal.
If, as you develop your plan or order, you consider it will affect Natural England's interests, you should consult Natural England at consultations@naturalengland.org.uk.
For clarification of any points in this letter, please contact Piotr Behnke on 0300 060 1963.
We really value your feedback to help us improve the service we offer. We have attached a feedback form to this letter and welcome any comments you might have about our service.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60505

Received: 30/10/2013

Respondent: Natural England

Representation:

The following is offered as general advice which may be of use in the preparation of your plan.
Natural England, together with the Environment Agency, English Heritage and Forestry Commission has published joint advice on neighbourhood planning which sets out sources of environmental information and ideas on incorporating the environment into plans and development proposals. This is available at: http://publications.environment-agency.gov.uk/PDF/GEHO0212BWAZ-E-E.pdf
Local environmental record centres hold a range of information on the natural environment. A list of local records centres is available at: http://www.nbn-nfbr.org.uk/nfbr.php.

Full text:

Dear Development Policy Manager,
Lapworth Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Area
Thank you for notifying Natural England of your Neighbourhood Planning Area dated 25/09/2013.
Natural England is a non-departmental public body. Our statutory purpose is to ensure that the natural environment is conserved, enhanced, and managed for the benefit of present and future generations, thereby contributing to sustainable development.
Natural England is a statutory consultee in neighbourhood planning. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Plans where the Town/Parish Council or Neighbourhood Forum considers our interests would be affected by the proposals. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders where proposals are likely to affect a Site of Special Scientific Interest or 20 hectares or more of Best and Most Versatile agricultural land. We must also be consulted on Strategic Environmental Assessments, Habitats Regulations Assessment screening and Environmental Impact Assessments, where these are required. Your local planning authority will be able to advise you further on environmental requirements.
The following is offered as general advice which may be of use in the preparation of your plan.
Natural England, together with the Environment Agency, English Heritage and Forestry Commission has published joint advice on neighbourhood planning which sets out sources of environmental information and ideas on incorporating the environment into plans and development proposals. This is available at: http://publications.environment-agency.gov.uk/PDF/GEHO0212BWAZ-E-E.pdf
Local environmental record centres hold a range of information on the natural environment. A list of local records centres is available at: http://www.nbn-nfbr.org.uk/nfbr.php
Protected landscapes
If your neighbourhood planning area is within or adjacent to a National Park or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), we advise that you take account of the relevant National Park/AONB Management Plan for the area. For Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you should seek the views of the AONB Partnership.
Protected species
You should consider whether your plan or proposal has any impacts on protected species. To help you do this, Natural England has produced standing advice to help understand the impact of particular
Page 2 of 2
developments on protected or Biodiversity Action Plan species should they be identified as an issue. The standing advice also sets out when, following receipt of survey information, you should undertake further consultation with Natural England.
Natural England Standing Advice
Opportunities for enhancing the natural environment
Neighbourhood plans and proposals may provide opportunities to enhance the character and local distinctiveness of the surrounding natural and built environment, use natural resources more sustainably and bring benefits for the local community, for example through green space provision and access to and contact with nature.
Opportunities to incorporate features into new build or retro fitted buildings which are beneficial to wildlife, such as the incorporation of roosting opportunities for bats or the installation of bird nest boxes should also be considered as part of any new development proposal.
If, as you develop your plan or order, you consider it will affect Natural England's interests, you should consult Natural England at consultations@naturalengland.org.uk.
For clarification of any points in this letter, please contact Piotr Behnke on 0300 060 1963.
We really value your feedback to help us improve the service we offer. We have attached a feedback form to this letter and welcome any comments you might have about our service.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60506

Received: 30/10/2013

Respondent: Natural England

Representation:

Protected landscapes
If your neighbourhood planning area is within or adjacent to a National Park or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), we advise that you take account of the relevant National Park/AONB Management Plan for the area. For Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you should seek the views of the AONB Partnership.

Full text:

Dear Development Policy Manager,
Lapworth Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Area
Thank you for notifying Natural England of your Neighbourhood Planning Area dated 25/09/2013.
Natural England is a non-departmental public body. Our statutory purpose is to ensure that the natural environment is conserved, enhanced, and managed for the benefit of present and future generations, thereby contributing to sustainable development.
Natural England is a statutory consultee in neighbourhood planning. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Plans where the Town/Parish Council or Neighbourhood Forum considers our interests would be affected by the proposals. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders where proposals are likely to affect a Site of Special Scientific Interest or 20 hectares or more of Best and Most Versatile agricultural land. We must also be consulted on Strategic Environmental Assessments, Habitats Regulations Assessment screening and Environmental Impact Assessments, where these are required. Your local planning authority will be able to advise you further on environmental requirements.
The following is offered as general advice which may be of use in the preparation of your plan.
Natural England, together with the Environment Agency, English Heritage and Forestry Commission has published joint advice on neighbourhood planning which sets out sources of environmental information and ideas on incorporating the environment into plans and development proposals. This is available at: http://publications.environment-agency.gov.uk/PDF/GEHO0212BWAZ-E-E.pdf
Local environmental record centres hold a range of information on the natural environment. A list of local records centres is available at: http://www.nbn-nfbr.org.uk/nfbr.php
Protected landscapes
If your neighbourhood planning area is within or adjacent to a National Park or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), we advise that you take account of the relevant National Park/AONB Management Plan for the area. For Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you should seek the views of the AONB Partnership.
Protected species
You should consider whether your plan or proposal has any impacts on protected species. To help you do this, Natural England has produced standing advice to help understand the impact of particular
Page 2 of 2
developments on protected or Biodiversity Action Plan species should they be identified as an issue. The standing advice also sets out when, following receipt of survey information, you should undertake further consultation with Natural England.
Natural England Standing Advice
Opportunities for enhancing the natural environment
Neighbourhood plans and proposals may provide opportunities to enhance the character and local distinctiveness of the surrounding natural and built environment, use natural resources more sustainably and bring benefits for the local community, for example through green space provision and access to and contact with nature.
Opportunities to incorporate features into new build or retro fitted buildings which are beneficial to wildlife, such as the incorporation of roosting opportunities for bats or the installation of bird nest boxes should also be considered as part of any new development proposal.
If, as you develop your plan or order, you consider it will affect Natural England's interests, you should consult Natural England at consultations@naturalengland.org.uk.
For clarification of any points in this letter, please contact Piotr Behnke on 0300 060 1963.
We really value your feedback to help us improve the service we offer. We have attached a feedback form to this letter and welcome any comments you might have about our service.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60507

Received: 30/10/2013

Respondent: Natural England

Representation:

Protected species
You should consider whether your plan or proposal has any impacts on protected species. To help you do this, Natural England has produced standing advice to help understand the impact of particular
Page 2 of 2
developments on protected or Biodiversity Action Plan species should they be identified as an issue. The standing advice also sets out when, following receipt of survey information, you should undertake further consultation with Natural England.

Full text:

Dear Development Policy Manager,
Lapworth Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Area
Thank you for notifying Natural England of your Neighbourhood Planning Area dated 25/09/2013.
Natural England is a non-departmental public body. Our statutory purpose is to ensure that the natural environment is conserved, enhanced, and managed for the benefit of present and future generations, thereby contributing to sustainable development.
Natural England is a statutory consultee in neighbourhood planning. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Plans where the Town/Parish Council or Neighbourhood Forum considers our interests would be affected by the proposals. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders where proposals are likely to affect a Site of Special Scientific Interest or 20 hectares or more of Best and Most Versatile agricultural land. We must also be consulted on Strategic Environmental Assessments, Habitats Regulations Assessment screening and Environmental Impact Assessments, where these are required. Your local planning authority will be able to advise you further on environmental requirements.
The following is offered as general advice which may be of use in the preparation of your plan.
Natural England, together with the Environment Agency, English Heritage and Forestry Commission has published joint advice on neighbourhood planning which sets out sources of environmental information and ideas on incorporating the environment into plans and development proposals. This is available at: http://publications.environment-agency.gov.uk/PDF/GEHO0212BWAZ-E-E.pdf
Local environmental record centres hold a range of information on the natural environment. A list of local records centres is available at: http://www.nbn-nfbr.org.uk/nfbr.php
Protected landscapes
If your neighbourhood planning area is within or adjacent to a National Park or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), we advise that you take account of the relevant National Park/AONB Management Plan for the area. For Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you should seek the views of the AONB Partnership.
Protected species
You should consider whether your plan or proposal has any impacts on protected species. To help you do this, Natural England has produced standing advice to help understand the impact of particular
Page 2 of 2
developments on protected or Biodiversity Action Plan species should they be identified as an issue. The standing advice also sets out when, following receipt of survey information, you should undertake further consultation with Natural England.
Natural England Standing Advice
Opportunities for enhancing the natural environment
Neighbourhood plans and proposals may provide opportunities to enhance the character and local distinctiveness of the surrounding natural and built environment, use natural resources more sustainably and bring benefits for the local community, for example through green space provision and access to and contact with nature.
Opportunities to incorporate features into new build or retro fitted buildings which are beneficial to wildlife, such as the incorporation of roosting opportunities for bats or the installation of bird nest boxes should also be considered as part of any new development proposal.
If, as you develop your plan or order, you consider it will affect Natural England's interests, you should consult Natural England at consultations@naturalengland.org.uk.
For clarification of any points in this letter, please contact Piotr Behnke on 0300 060 1963.
We really value your feedback to help us improve the service we offer. We have attached a feedback form to this letter and welcome any comments you might have about our service.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60508

Received: 30/10/2013

Respondent: Natural England

Representation:

Opportunities for enhancing the natural environment
Neighbourhood plans and proposals may provide opportunities to enhance the character and local distinctiveness of the surrounding natural and built environment, use natural resources more sustainably and bring benefits for the local community, for example through green space provision and access to and contact with nature.

Full text:

Dear Development Policy Manager,
Lapworth Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Area
Thank you for notifying Natural England of your Neighbourhood Planning Area dated 25/09/2013.
Natural England is a non-departmental public body. Our statutory purpose is to ensure that the natural environment is conserved, enhanced, and managed for the benefit of present and future generations, thereby contributing to sustainable development.
Natural England is a statutory consultee in neighbourhood planning. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Plans where the Town/Parish Council or Neighbourhood Forum considers our interests would be affected by the proposals. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders where proposals are likely to affect a Site of Special Scientific Interest or 20 hectares or more of Best and Most Versatile agricultural land. We must also be consulted on Strategic Environmental Assessments, Habitats Regulations Assessment screening and Environmental Impact Assessments, where these are required. Your local planning authority will be able to advise you further on environmental requirements.
The following is offered as general advice which may be of use in the preparation of your plan.
Natural England, together with the Environment Agency, English Heritage and Forestry Commission has published joint advice on neighbourhood planning which sets out sources of environmental information and ideas on incorporating the environment into plans and development proposals. This is available at: http://publications.environment-agency.gov.uk/PDF/GEHO0212BWAZ-E-E.pdf
Local environmental record centres hold a range of information on the natural environment. A list of local records centres is available at: http://www.nbn-nfbr.org.uk/nfbr.php
Protected landscapes
If your neighbourhood planning area is within or adjacent to a National Park or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), we advise that you take account of the relevant National Park/AONB Management Plan for the area. For Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you should seek the views of the AONB Partnership.
Protected species
You should consider whether your plan or proposal has any impacts on protected species. To help you do this, Natural England has produced standing advice to help understand the impact of particular
Page 2 of 2
developments on protected or Biodiversity Action Plan species should they be identified as an issue. The standing advice also sets out when, following receipt of survey information, you should undertake further consultation with Natural England.
Natural England Standing Advice
Opportunities for enhancing the natural environment
Neighbourhood plans and proposals may provide opportunities to enhance the character and local distinctiveness of the surrounding natural and built environment, use natural resources more sustainably and bring benefits for the local community, for example through green space provision and access to and contact with nature.
Opportunities to incorporate features into new build or retro fitted buildings which are beneficial to wildlife, such as the incorporation of roosting opportunities for bats or the installation of bird nest boxes should also be considered as part of any new development proposal.
If, as you develop your plan or order, you consider it will affect Natural England's interests, you should consult Natural England at consultations@naturalengland.org.uk.
For clarification of any points in this letter, please contact Piotr Behnke on 0300 060 1963.
We really value your feedback to help us improve the service we offer. We have attached a feedback form to this letter and welcome any comments you might have about our service.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60509

Received: 30/10/2013

Respondent: Natural England

Representation:

Opportunities to incorporate features into new build or retro fitted buildings which are beneficial to wildlife, such as the incorporation of roosting opportunities for bats or the installation of bird nest boxes should also be considered as part of any new development proposal.

Full text:

Dear Development Policy Manager,
Lapworth Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Area
Thank you for notifying Natural England of your Neighbourhood Planning Area dated 25/09/2013.
Natural England is a non-departmental public body. Our statutory purpose is to ensure that the natural environment is conserved, enhanced, and managed for the benefit of present and future generations, thereby contributing to sustainable development.
Natural England is a statutory consultee in neighbourhood planning. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Plans where the Town/Parish Council or Neighbourhood Forum considers our interests would be affected by the proposals. We must be consulted on draft Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders where proposals are likely to affect a Site of Special Scientific Interest or 20 hectares or more of Best and Most Versatile agricultural land. We must also be consulted on Strategic Environmental Assessments, Habitats Regulations Assessment screening and Environmental Impact Assessments, where these are required. Your local planning authority will be able to advise you further on environmental requirements.
The following is offered as general advice which may be of use in the preparation of your plan.
Natural England, together with the Environment Agency, English Heritage and Forestry Commission has published joint advice on neighbourhood planning which sets out sources of environmental information and ideas on incorporating the environment into plans and development proposals. This is available at: http://publications.environment-agency.gov.uk/PDF/GEHO0212BWAZ-E-E.pdf
Local environmental record centres hold a range of information on the natural environment. A list of local records centres is available at: http://www.nbn-nfbr.org.uk/nfbr.php
Protected landscapes
If your neighbourhood planning area is within or adjacent to a National Park or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), we advise that you take account of the relevant National Park/AONB Management Plan for the area. For Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you should seek the views of the AONB Partnership.
Protected species
You should consider whether your plan or proposal has any impacts on protected species. To help you do this, Natural England has produced standing advice to help understand the impact of particular
Page 2 of 2
developments on protected or Biodiversity Action Plan species should they be identified as an issue. The standing advice also sets out when, following receipt of survey information, you should undertake further consultation with Natural England.
Natural England Standing Advice
Opportunities for enhancing the natural environment
Neighbourhood plans and proposals may provide opportunities to enhance the character and local distinctiveness of the surrounding natural and built environment, use natural resources more sustainably and bring benefits for the local community, for example through green space provision and access to and contact with nature.
Opportunities to incorporate features into new build or retro fitted buildings which are beneficial to wildlife, such as the incorporation of roosting opportunities for bats or the installation of bird nest boxes should also be considered as part of any new development proposal.
If, as you develop your plan or order, you consider it will affect Natural England's interests, you should consult Natural England at consultations@naturalengland.org.uk.
For clarification of any points in this letter, please contact Piotr Behnke on 0300 060 1963.
We really value your feedback to help us improve the service we offer. We have attached a feedback form to this letter and welcome any comments you might have about our service.

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60510

Received: 12/11/2013

Respondent: Historic England

Representation:

English Heritage has no objection to this proposal. We would like to take the opportunity of the consultation to outline the range of support English Heritage is able to offer in relation to Neighbourhood Plans. It would be helpful if this response can be copied to the Parish Council for their information.
Neighbourhood Plans are a positive way to help communities care for and enjoy the historic environment. English Heritage is expecting that as Parish Council's come to you to seek advice on preparing Neighbourhood Plans they will value guidance on how best to understand what heritage they have, as well as assistance on preparing appropriate policies to secure the conservation and enhancement of this local heritage resource.

Full text:

Dear Sir/Madam

NEIGHBOURHOOD AREA CONSULTATION- LAPWORTH PARISH COUNCIL

Thank you for giving notice that Lapworth Parish Council has applied for designation as a Neighbourhood Area under Part 2 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.

English Heritage has no objection to this proposal.

We would like to take the opportunity of the consultation to outline the range of support English Heritage is able to offer in relation to Neighbourhood Plans. It would be helpful if this response can be copied to the Parish Council for their information.

Neighbourhood Plans are a positive way to help communities care for and enjoy the historic environment. English Heritage is expecting that as Parish Council's come to you to seek advice on preparing Neighbourhood Plans they will value guidance on how best to understand what heritage they have, as well as assistance on preparing appropriate policies to secure the conservation and enhancement of this local heritage resource.

Information held by the Council and used in the preparation of your Core Strategy/Local Plan is often the starting point for Neighbourhood Plans as for example the Historic Environment Character Assessments completed by Warwickshire County Council. Other useful information may be available from the Historic Environment Record Centre or local environmental and amenity groups. English Heritage also publishes a wide range of relevant guidance. Links to these can be found in the appendix to this letter.

Plan preparation also offers the opportunity to harness a community's interest in the historic environment by getting them to help add to the evidence base, perhaps by creating and or reviewing a local heritage list, inputting to the preparation of conservation area appraisals and undertaking or further deepening historic characterisation studies.

English Heritage has a statutory role in the development plan process and there is a duty on either you as the Local Planning Authority or the Parish Council to consult English Heritage on any Neighbourhood Plan where our interests are considered to be affected as well as a duty to consult us on all Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders.

English Heritage will target its limited resources efficiently. We will directly advise on proposals with the potential for major change to significant, nationally important heritage assets and their settings. Our local offices may also advise communities where they wish to engage directly with us, subject to local priorities and capacity.

English Heritage fully recognises that the neighbourhood planning process is a locally-led initiative and communities will shape their own neighbourhood plan as informed by the issues and opportunities they are most concerned about and relevant to the local area. As a national organisation we are able to draw upon our experiences of neighbourhood planning across the country and information on our website might be of initial assistance http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/caring/get-involved/improving-your-neighbourhood/. It is envisaged that the website will be progressively updated to share good practice in the management of the historic environment through neighbourhood planning.

The proposed neighbourhood plan area contains a range of heritage assets including the Lapworth designated conservation area and a number of listed buildings, doubtless also there will be many other undesignated heritage assets including archaeological remains that are valued by local people and that positively contribute to local character and distinctiveness. Due account should be taken of the conservation of all of these assets and their settings in formulating the neighbourhood plan proposals.

Should you wish to discuss any points within this letter, or if there are issues about this Neighbourhood Plan Area where the historic environment is likely to be of particular interest, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours faithfully

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60511

Received: 12/11/2013

Respondent: Historic England

Representation:

Information held by the Council and used in the preparation of your Core Strategy/Local Plan is often the starting point for Neighbourhood Plans as for example the Historic Environment Character Assessments completed by Warwickshire County Council. Other useful information may be available from the Historic Environment Record Centre or local environmental and amenity groups. English Heritage also publishes a wide range of relevant guidance. Links to these can be found in the appendix to this letter.

Full text:

Dear Sir/Madam

NEIGHBOURHOOD AREA CONSULTATION- LAPWORTH PARISH COUNCIL

Thank you for giving notice that Lapworth Parish Council has applied for designation as a Neighbourhood Area under Part 2 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.

English Heritage has no objection to this proposal.

We would like to take the opportunity of the consultation to outline the range of support English Heritage is able to offer in relation to Neighbourhood Plans. It would be helpful if this response can be copied to the Parish Council for their information.

Neighbourhood Plans are a positive way to help communities care for and enjoy the historic environment. English Heritage is expecting that as Parish Council's come to you to seek advice on preparing Neighbourhood Plans they will value guidance on how best to understand what heritage they have, as well as assistance on preparing appropriate policies to secure the conservation and enhancement of this local heritage resource.

Information held by the Council and used in the preparation of your Core Strategy/Local Plan is often the starting point for Neighbourhood Plans as for example the Historic Environment Character Assessments completed by Warwickshire County Council. Other useful information may be available from the Historic Environment Record Centre or local environmental and amenity groups. English Heritage also publishes a wide range of relevant guidance. Links to these can be found in the appendix to this letter.

Plan preparation also offers the opportunity to harness a community's interest in the historic environment by getting them to help add to the evidence base, perhaps by creating and or reviewing a local heritage list, inputting to the preparation of conservation area appraisals and undertaking or further deepening historic characterisation studies.

English Heritage has a statutory role in the development plan process and there is a duty on either you as the Local Planning Authority or the Parish Council to consult English Heritage on any Neighbourhood Plan where our interests are considered to be affected as well as a duty to consult us on all Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders.

English Heritage will target its limited resources efficiently. We will directly advise on proposals with the potential for major change to significant, nationally important heritage assets and their settings. Our local offices may also advise communities where they wish to engage directly with us, subject to local priorities and capacity.

English Heritage fully recognises that the neighbourhood planning process is a locally-led initiative and communities will shape their own neighbourhood plan as informed by the issues and opportunities they are most concerned about and relevant to the local area. As a national organisation we are able to draw upon our experiences of neighbourhood planning across the country and information on our website might be of initial assistance http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/caring/get-involved/improving-your-neighbourhood/. It is envisaged that the website will be progressively updated to share good practice in the management of the historic environment through neighbourhood planning.

The proposed neighbourhood plan area contains a range of heritage assets including the Lapworth designated conservation area and a number of listed buildings, doubtless also there will be many other undesignated heritage assets including archaeological remains that are valued by local people and that positively contribute to local character and distinctiveness. Due account should be taken of the conservation of all of these assets and their settings in formulating the neighbourhood plan proposals.

Should you wish to discuss any points within this letter, or if there are issues about this Neighbourhood Plan Area where the historic environment is likely to be of particular interest, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours faithfully

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60512

Received: 12/11/2013

Respondent: Historic England

Representation:

Plan preparation also offers the opportunity to harness a community's interest in the historic environment by getting them to help add to the evidence base, perhaps by creating and or reviewing a local heritage list, inputting to the preparation of conservation area appraisals and undertaking or further deepening historic characterisation studies.

Full text:

Dear Sir/Madam

NEIGHBOURHOOD AREA CONSULTATION- LAPWORTH PARISH COUNCIL

Thank you for giving notice that Lapworth Parish Council has applied for designation as a Neighbourhood Area under Part 2 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.

English Heritage has no objection to this proposal.

We would like to take the opportunity of the consultation to outline the range of support English Heritage is able to offer in relation to Neighbourhood Plans. It would be helpful if this response can be copied to the Parish Council for their information.

Neighbourhood Plans are a positive way to help communities care for and enjoy the historic environment. English Heritage is expecting that as Parish Council's come to you to seek advice on preparing Neighbourhood Plans they will value guidance on how best to understand what heritage they have, as well as assistance on preparing appropriate policies to secure the conservation and enhancement of this local heritage resource.

Information held by the Council and used in the preparation of your Core Strategy/Local Plan is often the starting point for Neighbourhood Plans as for example the Historic Environment Character Assessments completed by Warwickshire County Council. Other useful information may be available from the Historic Environment Record Centre or local environmental and amenity groups. English Heritage also publishes a wide range of relevant guidance. Links to these can be found in the appendix to this letter.

Plan preparation also offers the opportunity to harness a community's interest in the historic environment by getting them to help add to the evidence base, perhaps by creating and or reviewing a local heritage list, inputting to the preparation of conservation area appraisals and undertaking or further deepening historic characterisation studies.

English Heritage has a statutory role in the development plan process and there is a duty on either you as the Local Planning Authority or the Parish Council to consult English Heritage on any Neighbourhood Plan where our interests are considered to be affected as well as a duty to consult us on all Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders.

English Heritage will target its limited resources efficiently. We will directly advise on proposals with the potential for major change to significant, nationally important heritage assets and their settings. Our local offices may also advise communities where they wish to engage directly with us, subject to local priorities and capacity.

English Heritage fully recognises that the neighbourhood planning process is a locally-led initiative and communities will shape their own neighbourhood plan as informed by the issues and opportunities they are most concerned about and relevant to the local area. As a national organisation we are able to draw upon our experiences of neighbourhood planning across the country and information on our website might be of initial assistance http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/caring/get-involved/improving-your-neighbourhood/. It is envisaged that the website will be progressively updated to share good practice in the management of the historic environment through neighbourhood planning.

The proposed neighbourhood plan area contains a range of heritage assets including the Lapworth designated conservation area and a number of listed buildings, doubtless also there will be many other undesignated heritage assets including archaeological remains that are valued by local people and that positively contribute to local character and distinctiveness. Due account should be taken of the conservation of all of these assets and their settings in formulating the neighbourhood plan proposals.

Should you wish to discuss any points within this letter, or if there are issues about this Neighbourhood Plan Area where the historic environment is likely to be of particular interest, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours faithfully

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60513

Received: 12/11/2013

Respondent: Historic England

Representation:

English Heritage has a statutory role in the development plan process and there is a duty on either you as the Local Planning Authority or the Parish Council to consult English Heritage on any Neighbourhood Plan where our interests are considered to be affected as well as a duty to consult us on all Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders.

Full text:

Dear Sir/Madam

NEIGHBOURHOOD AREA CONSULTATION- LAPWORTH PARISH COUNCIL

Thank you for giving notice that Lapworth Parish Council has applied for designation as a Neighbourhood Area under Part 2 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.

English Heritage has no objection to this proposal.

We would like to take the opportunity of the consultation to outline the range of support English Heritage is able to offer in relation to Neighbourhood Plans. It would be helpful if this response can be copied to the Parish Council for their information.

Neighbourhood Plans are a positive way to help communities care for and enjoy the historic environment. English Heritage is expecting that as Parish Council's come to you to seek advice on preparing Neighbourhood Plans they will value guidance on how best to understand what heritage they have, as well as assistance on preparing appropriate policies to secure the conservation and enhancement of this local heritage resource.

Information held by the Council and used in the preparation of your Core Strategy/Local Plan is often the starting point for Neighbourhood Plans as for example the Historic Environment Character Assessments completed by Warwickshire County Council. Other useful information may be available from the Historic Environment Record Centre or local environmental and amenity groups. English Heritage also publishes a wide range of relevant guidance. Links to these can be found in the appendix to this letter.

Plan preparation also offers the opportunity to harness a community's interest in the historic environment by getting them to help add to the evidence base, perhaps by creating and or reviewing a local heritage list, inputting to the preparation of conservation area appraisals and undertaking or further deepening historic characterisation studies.

English Heritage has a statutory role in the development plan process and there is a duty on either you as the Local Planning Authority or the Parish Council to consult English Heritage on any Neighbourhood Plan where our interests are considered to be affected as well as a duty to consult us on all Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders.

English Heritage will target its limited resources efficiently. We will directly advise on proposals with the potential for major change to significant, nationally important heritage assets and their settings. Our local offices may also advise communities where they wish to engage directly with us, subject to local priorities and capacity.

English Heritage fully recognises that the neighbourhood planning process is a locally-led initiative and communities will shape their own neighbourhood plan as informed by the issues and opportunities they are most concerned about and relevant to the local area. As a national organisation we are able to draw upon our experiences of neighbourhood planning across the country and information on our website might be of initial assistance http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/caring/get-involved/improving-your-neighbourhood/. It is envisaged that the website will be progressively updated to share good practice in the management of the historic environment through neighbourhood planning.

The proposed neighbourhood plan area contains a range of heritage assets including the Lapworth designated conservation area and a number of listed buildings, doubtless also there will be many other undesignated heritage assets including archaeological remains that are valued by local people and that positively contribute to local character and distinctiveness. Due account should be taken of the conservation of all of these assets and their settings in formulating the neighbourhood plan proposals.

Should you wish to discuss any points within this letter, or if there are issues about this Neighbourhood Plan Area where the historic environment is likely to be of particular interest, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours faithfully

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60514

Received: 12/11/2013

Respondent: Historic England

Representation:

English Heritage will target its limited resources efficiently. We will directly advise on proposals with the potential for major change to significant, nationally important heritage assets and their settings. Our local offices may also advise communities where they wish to engage directly with us, subject to local priorities and capacity.

Full text:

Dear Sir/Madam

NEIGHBOURHOOD AREA CONSULTATION- LAPWORTH PARISH COUNCIL

Thank you for giving notice that Lapworth Parish Council has applied for designation as a Neighbourhood Area under Part 2 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.

English Heritage has no objection to this proposal.

We would like to take the opportunity of the consultation to outline the range of support English Heritage is able to offer in relation to Neighbourhood Plans. It would be helpful if this response can be copied to the Parish Council for their information.

Neighbourhood Plans are a positive way to help communities care for and enjoy the historic environment. English Heritage is expecting that as Parish Council's come to you to seek advice on preparing Neighbourhood Plans they will value guidance on how best to understand what heritage they have, as well as assistance on preparing appropriate policies to secure the conservation and enhancement of this local heritage resource.

Information held by the Council and used in the preparation of your Core Strategy/Local Plan is often the starting point for Neighbourhood Plans as for example the Historic Environment Character Assessments completed by Warwickshire County Council. Other useful information may be available from the Historic Environment Record Centre or local environmental and amenity groups. English Heritage also publishes a wide range of relevant guidance. Links to these can be found in the appendix to this letter.

Plan preparation also offers the opportunity to harness a community's interest in the historic environment by getting them to help add to the evidence base, perhaps by creating and or reviewing a local heritage list, inputting to the preparation of conservation area appraisals and undertaking or further deepening historic characterisation studies.

English Heritage has a statutory role in the development plan process and there is a duty on either you as the Local Planning Authority or the Parish Council to consult English Heritage on any Neighbourhood Plan where our interests are considered to be affected as well as a duty to consult us on all Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders.

English Heritage will target its limited resources efficiently. We will directly advise on proposals with the potential for major change to significant, nationally important heritage assets and their settings. Our local offices may also advise communities where they wish to engage directly with us, subject to local priorities and capacity.

English Heritage fully recognises that the neighbourhood planning process is a locally-led initiative and communities will shape their own neighbourhood plan as informed by the issues and opportunities they are most concerned about and relevant to the local area. As a national organisation we are able to draw upon our experiences of neighbourhood planning across the country and information on our website might be of initial assistance http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/caring/get-involved/improving-your-neighbourhood/. It is envisaged that the website will be progressively updated to share good practice in the management of the historic environment through neighbourhood planning.

The proposed neighbourhood plan area contains a range of heritage assets including the Lapworth designated conservation area and a number of listed buildings, doubtless also there will be many other undesignated heritage assets including archaeological remains that are valued by local people and that positively contribute to local character and distinctiveness. Due account should be taken of the conservation of all of these assets and their settings in formulating the neighbourhood plan proposals.

Should you wish to discuss any points within this letter, or if there are issues about this Neighbourhood Plan Area where the historic environment is likely to be of particular interest, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours faithfully

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60515

Received: 12/11/2013

Respondent: Historic England

Representation:

English Heritage fully recognises that the neighbourhood planning process is a locally-led initiative and communities will shape their own neighbourhood plan as informed by the issues and opportunities they are most concerned about and relevant to the local area. As a national organisation we are able to draw upon our experiences of neighbourhood planning across the country and information on our website might be of initial assistance http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/caring/get-involved/improving-your-neighbourhood/. It is envisaged that the website will be progressively updated to share good practice in the management of the historic environment through neighbourhood planning.

Full text:

Dear Sir/Madam

NEIGHBOURHOOD AREA CONSULTATION- LAPWORTH PARISH COUNCIL

Thank you for giving notice that Lapworth Parish Council has applied for designation as a Neighbourhood Area under Part 2 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.

English Heritage has no objection to this proposal.

We would like to take the opportunity of the consultation to outline the range of support English Heritage is able to offer in relation to Neighbourhood Plans. It would be helpful if this response can be copied to the Parish Council for their information.

Neighbourhood Plans are a positive way to help communities care for and enjoy the historic environment. English Heritage is expecting that as Parish Council's come to you to seek advice on preparing Neighbourhood Plans they will value guidance on how best to understand what heritage they have, as well as assistance on preparing appropriate policies to secure the conservation and enhancement of this local heritage resource.

Information held by the Council and used in the preparation of your Core Strategy/Local Plan is often the starting point for Neighbourhood Plans as for example the Historic Environment Character Assessments completed by Warwickshire County Council. Other useful information may be available from the Historic Environment Record Centre or local environmental and amenity groups. English Heritage also publishes a wide range of relevant guidance. Links to these can be found in the appendix to this letter.

Plan preparation also offers the opportunity to harness a community's interest in the historic environment by getting them to help add to the evidence base, perhaps by creating and or reviewing a local heritage list, inputting to the preparation of conservation area appraisals and undertaking or further deepening historic characterisation studies.

English Heritage has a statutory role in the development plan process and there is a duty on either you as the Local Planning Authority or the Parish Council to consult English Heritage on any Neighbourhood Plan where our interests are considered to be affected as well as a duty to consult us on all Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders.

English Heritage will target its limited resources efficiently. We will directly advise on proposals with the potential for major change to significant, nationally important heritage assets and their settings. Our local offices may also advise communities where they wish to engage directly with us, subject to local priorities and capacity.

English Heritage fully recognises that the neighbourhood planning process is a locally-led initiative and communities will shape their own neighbourhood plan as informed by the issues and opportunities they are most concerned about and relevant to the local area. As a national organisation we are able to draw upon our experiences of neighbourhood planning across the country and information on our website might be of initial assistance http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/caring/get-involved/improving-your-neighbourhood/. It is envisaged that the website will be progressively updated to share good practice in the management of the historic environment through neighbourhood planning.

The proposed neighbourhood plan area contains a range of heritage assets including the Lapworth designated conservation area and a number of listed buildings, doubtless also there will be many other undesignated heritage assets including archaeological remains that are valued by local people and that positively contribute to local character and distinctiveness. Due account should be taken of the conservation of all of these assets and their settings in formulating the neighbourhood plan proposals.

Should you wish to discuss any points within this letter, or if there are issues about this Neighbourhood Plan Area where the historic environment is likely to be of particular interest, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours faithfully

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60516

Received: 12/11/2013

Respondent: Historic England

Representation:

The proposed neighbourhood plan area contains a range of heritage assets including the Lapworth designated conservation area and a number of listed buildings, doubtless also there will be many other undesignated heritage assets including archaeological remains that are valued by local people and that positively contribute to local character and distinctiveness. Due account should be taken of the conservation of all of these assets and their settings in formulating the neighbourhood plan proposals.

Full text:

Dear Sir/Madam

NEIGHBOURHOOD AREA CONSULTATION- LAPWORTH PARISH COUNCIL

Thank you for giving notice that Lapworth Parish Council has applied for designation as a Neighbourhood Area under Part 2 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.

English Heritage has no objection to this proposal.

We would like to take the opportunity of the consultation to outline the range of support English Heritage is able to offer in relation to Neighbourhood Plans. It would be helpful if this response can be copied to the Parish Council for their information.

Neighbourhood Plans are a positive way to help communities care for and enjoy the historic environment. English Heritage is expecting that as Parish Council's come to you to seek advice on preparing Neighbourhood Plans they will value guidance on how best to understand what heritage they have, as well as assistance on preparing appropriate policies to secure the conservation and enhancement of this local heritage resource.

Information held by the Council and used in the preparation of your Core Strategy/Local Plan is often the starting point for Neighbourhood Plans as for example the Historic Environment Character Assessments completed by Warwickshire County Council. Other useful information may be available from the Historic Environment Record Centre or local environmental and amenity groups. English Heritage also publishes a wide range of relevant guidance. Links to these can be found in the appendix to this letter.

Plan preparation also offers the opportunity to harness a community's interest in the historic environment by getting them to help add to the evidence base, perhaps by creating and or reviewing a local heritage list, inputting to the preparation of conservation area appraisals and undertaking or further deepening historic characterisation studies.

English Heritage has a statutory role in the development plan process and there is a duty on either you as the Local Planning Authority or the Parish Council to consult English Heritage on any Neighbourhood Plan where our interests are considered to be affected as well as a duty to consult us on all Neighbourhood Development Orders and Community Right to Build Orders.

English Heritage will target its limited resources efficiently. We will directly advise on proposals with the potential for major change to significant, nationally important heritage assets and their settings. Our local offices may also advise communities where they wish to engage directly with us, subject to local priorities and capacity.

English Heritage fully recognises that the neighbourhood planning process is a locally-led initiative and communities will shape their own neighbourhood plan as informed by the issues and opportunities they are most concerned about and relevant to the local area. As a national organisation we are able to draw upon our experiences of neighbourhood planning across the country and information on our website might be of initial assistance http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/caring/get-involved/improving-your-neighbourhood/. It is envisaged that the website will be progressively updated to share good practice in the management of the historic environment through neighbourhood planning.

The proposed neighbourhood plan area contains a range of heritage assets including the Lapworth designated conservation area and a number of listed buildings, doubtless also there will be many other undesignated heritage assets including archaeological remains that are valued by local people and that positively contribute to local character and distinctiveness. Due account should be taken of the conservation of all of these assets and their settings in formulating the neighbourhood plan proposals.

Should you wish to discuss any points within this letter, or if there are issues about this Neighbourhood Plan Area where the historic environment is likely to be of particular interest, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours faithfully

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60517

Received: 18/10/2013

Respondent: Stansgate Planning LLP

Representation:

I am instructed by Mr and Mrs Bull of the Meadow House, Old Warwick Road, Lapworth, to respond on their behalf in respect of Neighbourhood Plan Area Consultation for Lapworth.
We do not object to the designation of the Neighbourhood Plan Area and given the requisite Regulations, are unable to object to the proposed boundaries. However we would like to bring to your attention the very serious need in this case for cross boundary working with the adjoining parish of Rowington, and the requirements of the Duty to Co-operate.

Full text:

Dear Sirs
Neighbourhood Plan Area Consultation - Lapworth
I am instructed by Mr and Mrs Bull of the Meadow House, Old Warwick Road, Lapworth, to respond on their behalf in respect of Neighbourhood Plan Area Consultation for Lapworth.
We do not object to the designation of the Neighbourhood Plan Area and given the requisite Regulations, are unable to object to the proposed boundaries. However we would like to bring to your attention the very serious need in this case for cross boundary working with the adjoining parish of Rowington, and the requirements of the Duty to Co-operate.
Lapworth is going to be required to include land for development in its Neighbourhood Plan, in order to comply with the emerging Warwick District Local Plan. Arguably the most appropriate site for devlopment to meet the needs of Lapworth, being land adjoining The Meadow House, Warwick Road, actually lies within the adjoining parish of Rowington. In order that the most appropriate sites are designated for development it is therefore essential that the two parishes work together. Failure to co-operate could potentially result in the wrong parcels of land being allocated for development. It would also mean the ensuring Neighbourhood Plan would not meet the statutory requirements and thus could not be adopted.
I trust this will be brought to the attention of Lapworth Parish Council. Please keep me informed of future progress with the Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan.
Yours sincerely,
Mrs Miranda Rogers
Principal Planner
Stansgate

Comment

Lapworth Neighbourhood Area Designation

Representation ID: 60518

Received: 18/10/2013

Respondent: Stansgate Planning LLP

Representation:

Lapworth is going to be required to include land for development in its Neighbourhood Plan, in order to comply with the emerging Warwick District Local Plan. Arguably the most appropriate site for devlopment to meet the needs of Lapworth, being land adjoining The Meadow House, Warwick Road, actually lies within the adjoining parish of Rowington. In order that the most appropriate sites are designated for development it is therefore essential that the two parishes work together. Failure to co-operate could potentially result in the wrong parcels of land being allocated for development. It would also mean the ensuring Neighbourhood Plan would not meet the statutory requirements and thus could not be adopted.

Full text:

Dear Sirs
Neighbourhood Plan Area Consultation - Lapworth
I am instructed by Mr and Mrs Bull of the Meadow House, Old Warwick Road, Lapworth, to respond on their behalf in respect of Neighbourhood Plan Area Consultation for Lapworth.
We do not object to the designation of the Neighbourhood Plan Area and given the requisite Regulations, are unable to object to the proposed boundaries. However we would like to bring to your attention the very serious need in this case for cross boundary working with the adjoining parish of Rowington, and the requirements of the Duty to Co-operate.
Lapworth is going to be required to include land for development in its Neighbourhood Plan, in order to comply with the emerging Warwick District Local Plan. Arguably the most appropriate site for devlopment to meet the needs of Lapworth, being land adjoining The Meadow House, Warwick Road, actually lies within the adjoining parish of Rowington. In order that the most appropriate sites are designated for development it is therefore essential that the two parishes work together. Failure to co-operate could potentially result in the wrong parcels of land being allocated for development. It would also mean the ensuring Neighbourhood Plan would not meet the statutory requirements and thus could not be adopted.
I trust this will be brought to the attention of Lapworth Parish Council. Please keep me informed of future progress with the Lapworth Neighbourhood Plan.
Yours sincerely,
Mrs Miranda Rogers
Principal Planner
Stansgate