4. SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY

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Support

Local Development Plan Pre-Submission Publication

Representation ID: 6465

Received: 06/07/2018

Respondent: Miller Strategic Land

Agent: Andrew Martin - Planning

Representation:

Our client, Miller Homes, controls 251 hectares (ha) of agricultural land, bounded by Gilden Way / Sheering Road, the M11, Church Langley and New Hall Farm, to the east of Harlow.
Our client supports the three key aims of the Spatial Development Strategy.

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Our client, Miller Homes, controls 251 hectares (ha) of agricultural land, bounded by Gilden Way / Sheering Road, the M11, Church Langley and New Hall Farm, to the east of Harlow. Approximately 130 ha of this land falls within Harlow District (i.e. Housing Allocation HS3) to the south of Moor Hall Road and the remaining 121 ha within Epping Forest District to the north of Moor Hall Road.
The full extent of the East Harlow site is shown on the appended Site Location Plan, albeit additional land is controlled in a corridor to the east of the M11 which can be made available for the purposes of highway network improvements.
Our client supports the three key aims of the Spatial Development Strategy. In particular, strategic-scale growth at East Harlow will:
(i) protect the important parts of Harlow which enhance resident's quality of life, by accommodating new development outside of the established Green Wedges in the Town;
(ii) improve living standards for existing and future residents, by delivering high quality new homes with easily accessible local services and facilities on-site; and
(iii) bring forward substantial growth to sustain Harlow as a sub-regional centre, including land in Epping Forest District for: a new M11 motorway junction and link road to Gilden Way, which are critical to unlocking the wider regeneration and growth potential of the Town; and, the possible relocation and improvement of the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) which serves a sub-regional catchment.
It is also noteworthy that the three aims at paragraph 4.1 are broadly consistent with long term aspirations for Harlow, including those set out in the now abolished East of England Plan (EEP).

Support

Local Development Plan Pre-Submission Publication

Representation ID: 6506

Received: 06/07/2018

Respondent: Miller Strategic Land

Agent: Andrew Martin - Planning

Representation:

Our client, Miller Homes, controls 251 hectares (ha) of agricultural land, bounded by Gilden Way / Sheering Road, the M11, Church Langley and New Hall Farm, to the east of Harlow.
Our client supports the three key aims of the Spatial Development Strategy.

Full text:

Our client, Miller Homes, controls 251 hectares (ha) of agricultural land, bounded by Gilden Way / Sheering Road, the M11, Church Langley and New Hall Farm, to the east of Harlow. Approximately 130 ha of this land falls within Harlow District (i.e. Housing Allocation HS3) to the south of Moor Hall Road and the remaining 121 ha within Epping Forest District to the north of Moor Hall Road.
The full extent of the East Harlow site is shown on the appended Site Location Plan, albeit additional land is controlled in a corridor to the east of the M11 which can be made available for the purposes of highway network improvements.
Our client supports the three key aims of the Spatial Development Strategy, as set out in the Local Plan document.
Strategic-scale growth at East Harlow will:
(i) protect the important parts of Harlow which enhance resident's quality of life, by accommodating new development outside of the established Green Wedges in the Town;
(ii) improve living standards for existing and future residents, by delivering high quality new homes with easily accessible local services and facilities on-site; and
(iii) bring forward substantial growth to sustain Harlow as a sub-regional centre, including the possible provision of land for infrastructure which is critical to unlocking the wider regeneration and growth potential of the Town.
It is also noteworthy that the three aims at paragraph 4.1 are broadly consistent with long term aspirations for Harlow, including those set out in the now abolished East of England Plan (EEP).

Comment

Local Development Plan Pre-Submission Publication

Representation ID: 6669

Received: 17/08/2018

Respondent: Hertfordshire County Council

Representation:

Paragraphs 4.21 and 4.22. The wording within the paragraphs would not conflict with HCC's LTP. However, there is no wording within the paragraphs as to how connectivity with the new Garden Cities will be achieved or ensured. In addition, paragraph 4.22 mentions the cycle and pedestrian paths that will contribute to leisure and sporting needs. Such options would also contribute to health and wellbeing as well as having environmental (and air quality) benefits, if it enables people to make more journeys via non-car modes.

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Comment

Local Development Plan Pre-Submission Publication

Representation ID: 6792

Received: 23/08/2018

Respondent: Hallam Land Management & Commercial Estates Group

Representation:

We support the provision of the Strategic Infrastructure required as part of the Latton Priory site and the principle of Key Gateway Locations

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