Box 31 - Preferred Strategy for Sustainable Resource Management (Option 2)

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Object

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 19265

Received: 30/01/2009

Respondent: Aroncorp Ltd

Agent: Broadlands

Representation:

No decisions should be taken on these options without full consultation on the outcome of the work still to be undertaken on this issue within the District and sub-region referred to in paragraph 12.32 i.e. the Strategy should not be "led by the outcomes of the formal consultation process" when the outcome of the work referred to is unknown.

Full text:

No decisions should be taken on these options without full consultation on the outcome of the work still to be undertaken on this issue within the District and sub-region referred to in paragraph 12.32 i.e. the Strategy should not be "led by the outcomes of the formal consultation process" when the outcome of the work referred to is unknown.

Support

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 19396

Received: 29/01/2009

Respondent: Rother Environmental Group

Representation:




We strongly support the Option 2 (iii) to require a minimum of 10% of on-site renewable energy generation as above.

Energy deserves a Box of its own and we would commend
the example of Tunbridge Wells who have produced a SPD on renewable energy

Comment

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 19397

Received: 29/01/2009

Respondent: Rother Environmental Group

Representation:

We support Option 2 (ii) for Code 4 by 2010 but not that it should be restricted to identified development areas. This requirement should be met by all new development and major refurbishments.

We support Option 2 (iv) but there is no need for the comment regarding sub regional joint working. It is appropriate for individual communities to seek ways of generating their own energy on their own.

Support

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 19721

Received: 02/03/2009

Respondent: Messrs. Chishick, Commotto and Terry

Representation:

We support Option 2 for the strategy for Sustainable Resource Management.

Support

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 20013

Received: 28/01/2009

Respondent: Ewhurst Parish Council

Representation:

Support option 2. The Core Strategy should impose sustainable development targets for any new house construction targets beyond the Government minimum.

Support

Core Strategy Consultation on Strategy Directions 2008

Representation ID: 20302

Received: 29/01/2009

Respondent: SEEDA

Representation:

SEEDA supports the more ambitious option 2 within Box 31 to go beyond the Government's targets for sustainable design and construction, in particular we support the use of CHP for sites allocated for neighbourhood extensions.