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Core Strategy Issues and Options Consultation Document (Read-only)

Question 2

Representation ID: 876

Received: 26/01/2011

Respondent: Canalability

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Where are the plans to provide infrastructure to support plans.

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Question 4

Representation ID: 877

Received: 26/01/2011

Respondent: Canalability

Representation:

To meet local needs and those who come to Harlow to work, but completely reject the inflated targets of the former East of England Plan.

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Question 6

Representation ID: 879

Received: 26/01/2011

Respondent: Canalability

Representation:

Core Strategy based on HDC belief that growth around the level of 16 000 houses and approx 8 000 jobs will help provide the critical mass for regeneration. The vision should be based on much more modest increases and recognised difficulties of creating so many jobs.

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Question 10

Representation ID: 880

Received: 26/01/2011

Respondent: Canalability

Representation:

Allow growth in few locations. Recognise need for housing tenures and types to meet local needs. Include employment targets in town centre regeneration.

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Question 12

Representation ID: 881

Received: 26/01/2011

Respondent: Canalability

Representation:

Strategic objectives
1 - provide green wedge
3 - Para 4 to read 'acknowledge and build upon Gibberd's principles'
4 - Add town centre to paragraph
6 - Ensure infrastructure
9 - Ensure new housing caters for local needs and those who come to Harlow to work.

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Question 19

Representation ID: 882

Received: 26/01/2011

Respondent: Canalability

Representation:

Some areas may be better suited to other purposes.

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Question 20

Representation ID: 883

Received: 26/01/2011

Respondent: Canalability

Representation:

Further retail development should be encouraged in the Town Centre in preference to area in Edinburgh Way which are suitable for industry.

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Question 21

Representation ID: 884

Received: 26/01/2011

Respondent: Canalability

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Development to the north on a substantial scale would result in a split town.

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Question 26

Representation ID: 885

Received: 26/01/2011

Respondent: Canalability

Representation:

Land to north of Gilden Way is inappropriate to development as it would
1 - overlook and spoil Old Harlow environment, including Harlowbury, the Forebury, and Gibberd Garden.
Create an unacceptable additional traffic congestion.
3 - Cause drainage problems and flood risks.
4 - result in more pressure on limited water supplies.
5 - damage valuable farmland.

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Question 27

Representation ID: 886

Received: 26/01/2011

Respondent: Canalability

Representation:

Traffic congestion is a significant problem in Harlow unless considerable investment in infrastructure is made no further plans for development around Harlow can be justified.

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