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Comment

Residential Design Guide

Representation ID: 71115

Received: 04/05/2018

Respondent: Natural England

Representation:

The Supplementary Planning Document does not appear to relate to our interests to any significant extent. We therefore do not wish to comment.

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Thank you for your consultation on the above dated and received by Natural England on 20th March
2018.
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.
Our remit includes protected sites and landscapes, biodiversity, geodiversity, soils, protected
species, landscape character, green infrastructure and access to and enjoyment of nature.
Whilst we welcome this opportunity to give our views, the topic of the Supplementary
Planning Document does not appear to relate to our interests to any significant extent. We
therefore do not wish to comment.
Should the plan be amended in a way which significantly affects its impact on the natural
environment, then, please consult Natural England again.
Strategic Environmental Assessment/Habitats Regulations Assessment
A SPD requires a Strategic Environmental Assessment only in exceptional circumstances as set out
in the Planning Practice Guidance here. While SPDs are unlikely to give rise to likely significant
effects on European Sites, they should be considered as a plan under the Habitats Regulations in
the same way as any other plan or project. If your SPD requires a Strategic Environmental
Assessment or Habitats Regulation Assessment, you are required to consult us at certain stages as
set out in the Planning Practice Guidance.

Comment

Residential Design Guide

Representation ID: 71116

Received: 04/05/2018

Respondent: Network Rail

Representation:

Network Rail has no comments to make

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Network Rail has no comments to make

Support

Residential Design Guide

Representation ID: 71117

Received: 04/05/2018

Respondent: Leamington Town Council

Representation:

"The Planning Committee of Royal Leamington Spa Town Council has examined both updated Supplementary Planning Documents and finds both documents to be clear improvements on the previous versions. The information and diagrams contained within both guides provide welcome clarity and more detail on points such as the requirements for satisfactory parking surveys and required distances between new dwellings. The documents retain useful information from the previous versions and go on to include new points relevant to applications being submitted in 2018. This greater amount of user friendly guidance will reduce the number of queries we have had to make on previous occasions. Both documents will also be more helpful when considering planning applications and when residents/applicants approach us with queries."

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This is a response to the ongoing consultation on the updated SPDs - Residential Design Guide and Parking Standards - on behalf of the Royal Leamington Spa Town Council Planning Committee. Members just wish to make a supportive comment so completing the online form did not seem appropriate therefore please take the summary below as our response:

"The Planning Committee of Royal Leamington Spa Town Council has examined both updated Supplementary Planning Documents and finds both documents to be clear improvements on the previous versions. The information and diagrams contained within both guides provide welcome clarity and more detail on points such as the requirements for satisfactory parking surveys and required distances between new dwellings. The documents retain useful information from the previous versions and go on to include new points relevant to applications being submitted in 2018. This greater amount of user friendly guidance will reduce the number of queries we have had to make on previous occasions. Both documents will also be more helpful when considering planning applications and when residents/applicants approach us with queries."
Thank you

Comment

Residential Design Guide

Representation ID: 71119

Received: 04/05/2018

Respondent: Whitnash Town Council

Representation:

No comments.

Full text:

Residential Design Guide:
No comments.