Cheltenham Plan (Part One): Preferred Options

Preferred Options

Responses

List of answers to the specified question
NameOptionTextDate
Deleted User [Supports local green space at Leckhampton] 05 Apr 2017 09:07
Deleted User The Parish Council wishes to comment on question 8 of the Local plan consultation to favour option 8A, as applying to the following sites:

• Caernarvon Park
• Redthorne Way Open Space
• Chargrove Lane open Space

Our reasons are set out in detail in the document:- Up Hatherley Parish Council – Review of Green Spaces in the Parish version 6, dated 6th January,2015, already in your possession. Please let me know if you require a further copy,
05 Apr 2017 09:06
Deleted User GE8A 05 Apr 2017 09:06
Deleted User Re: Public Green Space A40 parallel Campden Road & Miserdon Road
This letter concerns the above. I am completely against putting in another bus lane on the A40 from the Bridge along Benhall Houseing estate parallel with Campden Road & Miserdon Road. The cost of this going ahead would be a total waste of money & what for may I ask? A saving of four minutes from the GCHQ roundabout to the Bridge on the A40, in my view, is the most stupid idea. It would de-value the houses on these two roads in Benhall.
23 Mar 2017 12:44
Peter Eden [Regarding local green space at Leckhampton]
I fully support the need to keep the local green space as it is. The area is already far too over populated with excess strain on all resources, issues with traffic/pollution etc.
23 Mar 2017 11:41
Deleted User [Regarding green space at Leckhampton proposed by LEGLAG]
But also want areas on WG2 & northern fields areas included.
Very concerned about changes to highways & increased traffic along Kidnappers Lane. It is not safe for cycling/walking by children to local secondary school.
23 Mar 2017 11:37
Deleted User Please note that we are very strongly of the opinion that this land should be designated as "existing public green space" and not as "within consultation area" within the upcoming Cheltenham plan. [Plans for bus lane on land adjacent to the A40] [Also signed petition below] Petition calling for the designation of the A40 corridor as a Local Green Space Wednesday 15th March 2017 We, the undersigned, note that: a panel of Cheltenham Borough Council officers recently decided not to designate "A40 Corridor, Benhall" as a Local Green Space. "A40 Corridor" was one of the 29 Local Green Spaces approved (out of 110 Local Green Spaces that applied) by an independent report in January 2015. "A40 corridor" meets all the criteria set out by the National Planning Policy Framework for Local Green Space designation: - being in reasonably close proximity to the community it serves, namely Benhall and Campden Road and Miserden Road in particular. - is demonstrably special to a local community and holds a particular local significance, including its beauty, historic significance, recreational value, tranquility and richness of its Wildlife. - is local in character and is not an extensive tract of land. does not have planning permission for development. - is consistent with local planning for sustainable development in the area. - is not already protected by Green Belt policy or any other designation. "A40 Corridor" (Map ref 23) should be designated as a Local Green Space for the following reasons: 1. "A40 Corridor" Local Green Space meets the National Planning Policy Framework Criteria for a Local Green Space; 2. The CBC Green Space Strategy supports green corridors and "A40 corridor" is obviously a green Corridor; 3. CBC's Green Space Audit (November 2008) defined Gloucester Road Open Space, on the Monkscroft and St. Mark's side of Gloucester Road, as an Amenity Green Space, placing it in a "High Value / High Quality" category; 4. Gloucestershire County Council, in their March 2011 report about A40 Gloucester Road (near Tennyson Road), suggested that the hedge running on the south side of Gloucester Road acts as a Corridor for Wildlife, and 5. Some other authorities are currently designating some verges and land adjacent to their main roads as Local Green Space. On the basis of the above argument we therefore call for the A40 Corridor to be designated as a Local Green Space without delay as part of the current public consultation on the Cheltenham Plan: 23 Mar 2017 11:12
Deleted User Please note that we are very strongly of the opinion that this land should be designated as "existing public green space" and not as "within consultation area" within the upcoming Cheltenham plan. [Plans for bus lane on land adjacent to the A40] [Also signed petition below] Petition calling for the designation of the A40 corridor as a Local Green Space Wednesday 15th March 2017 We, the undersigned, note that: a panel of Cheltenham Borough Council officers recently decided not to designate "A40 Corridor, Benhall" as a Local Green Space. "A40 Corridor" was one of the 29 Local Green Spaces approved (out of 110 Local Green Spaces that applied) by an independent report in January 2015. "A40 corridor" meets all the criteria set out by the National Planning Policy Framework for Local Green Space designation: - being in reasonably close proximity to the community it serves, namely Benhall and Campden Road and Miserden Road in particular. - is demonstrably special to a local community and holds a particular local significance, including its beauty, historic significance, recreational value, tranquility and richness of its Wildlife. - is local in character and is not an extensive tract of land. does not have planning permission for development. - is consistent with local planning for sustainable development in the area. - is not already protected by Green Belt policy or any other designation. "A40 Corridor" (Map ref 23) should be designated as a Local Green Space for the following reasons: 1. "A40 Corridor" Local Green Space meets the National Planning Policy Framework Criteria for a Local Green Space; 2. The CBC Green Space Strategy supports green corridors and "A40 corridor" is obviously a green Corridor; 3. CBC's Green Space Audit (November 2008) defined Gloucester Road Open Space, on the Monkscroft and St. Mark's side of Gloucester Road, as an Amenity Green Space, placing it in a "High Value / High Quality" category; 4. Gloucestershire County Council, in their March 2011 report about A40 Gloucester Road (near Tennyson Road), suggested that the hedge running on the south side of Gloucester Road acts as a Corridor for Wildlife, and 5. Some other authorities are currently designating some verges and land adjacent to their main roads as Local Green Space. On the basis of the above argument we therefore call for the A40 Corridor to be designated as a Local Green Space without delay as part of the current public consultation on the Cheltenham Plan: 23 Mar 2017 11:11
Deleted User Please note that we are very strongly of the opinion that this land should be designated as "existing public green space" and not as "within consultation area" within the upcoming Cheltenham plan. [Plans for bus lane on land adjacent to the A40] [Also signed petition below] Petition calling for the designation of the A40 corridor as a Local Green Space Wednesday 15th March 2017 We, the undersigned, note that: a panel of Cheltenham Borough Council officers recently decided not to designate "A40 Corridor, Benhall" as a Local Green Space. "A40 Corridor" was one of the 29 Local Green Spaces approved (out of 110 Local Green Spaces that applied) by an independent report in January 2015. "A40 corridor" meets all the criteria set out by the National Planning Policy Framework for Local Green Space designation: - being in reasonably close proximity to the community it serves, namely Benhall and Campden Road and Miserden Road in particular. - is demonstrably special to a local community and holds a particular local significance, including its beauty, historic significance, recreational value, tranquility and richness of its Wildlife. - is local in character and is not an extensive tract of land. does not have planning permission for development. - is consistent with local planning for sustainable development in the area. - is not already protected by Green Belt policy or any other designation. "A40 Corridor" (Map ref 23) should be designated as a Local Green Space for the following reasons: 1. "A40 Corridor" Local Green Space meets the National Planning Policy Framework Criteria for a Local Green Space; 2. The CBC Green Space Strategy supports green corridors and "A40 corridor" is obviously a green Corridor; 3. CBC's Green Space Audit (November 2008) defined Gloucester Road Open Space, on the Monkscroft and St. Mark's side of Gloucester Road, as an Amenity Green Space, placing it in a "High Value / High Quality" category; 4. Gloucestershire County Council, in their March 2011 report about A40 Gloucester Road (near Tennyson Road), suggested that the hedge running on the south side of Gloucester Road acts as a Corridor for Wildlife, and 5. Some other authorities are currently designating some verges and land adjacent to their main roads as Local Green Space. On the basis of the above argument we therefore call for the A40 Corridor to be designated as a Local Green Space without delay as part of the current public consultation on the Cheltenham Plan: 23 Mar 2017 11:10
Deleted User Please note that we are very strongly of the opinion that this land should be designated as "existing public green space" and not as "within consultation area" within the upcoming Cheltenham plan. [Plans for bus lane on land adjacent to the A40] [Also signed petition below] Petition calling for the designation of the A40 corridor as a Local Green Space Wednesday 15th March 2017 We, the undersigned, note that: a panel of Cheltenham Borough Council officers recently decided not to designate "A40 Corridor, Benhall" as a Local Green Space. "A40 Corridor" was one of the 29 Local Green Spaces approved (out of 110 Local Green Spaces that applied) by an independent report in January 2015. "A40 corridor" meets all the criteria set out by the National Planning Policy Framework for Local Green Space designation: - being in reasonably close proximity to the community it serves, namely Benhall and Campden Road and Miserden Road in particular. - is demonstrably special to a local community and holds a particular local significance, including its beauty, historic significance, recreational value, tranquility and richness of its Wildlife. - is local in character and is not an extensive tract of land. does not have planning permission for development. - is consistent with local planning for sustainable development in the area. - is not already protected by Green Belt policy or any other designation. "A40 Corridor" (Map ref 23) should be designated as a Local Green Space for the following reasons: 1. "A40 Corridor" Local Green Space meets the National Planning Policy Framework Criteria for a Local Green Space; 2. The CBC Green Space Strategy supports green corridors and "A40 corridor" is obviously a green Corridor; 3. CBC's Green Space Audit (November 2008) defined Gloucester Road Open Space, on the Monkscroft and St. Mark's side of Gloucester Road, as an Amenity Green Space, placing it in a "High Value / High Quality" category; 4. Gloucestershire County Council, in their March 2011 report about A40 Gloucester Road (near Tennyson Road), suggested that the hedge running on the south side of Gloucester Road acts as a Corridor for Wildlife, and 5. Some other authorities are currently designating some verges and land adjacent to their main roads as Local Green Space. On the basis of the above argument we therefore call for the A40 Corridor to be designated as a Local Green Space without delay as part of the current public consultation on the Cheltenham Plan: 23 Mar 2017 11:08
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