Appendix 3: Components of Housing Supply

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Object

Proposed Submission Core Strategy

Representation ID: 20753

Received: 28/10/2011

Respondent: Mr. Alan Bolden

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation:

The linking of Rye Harbour community into a Parish with Winchelsea and Icklesham has no justification in terms of practicality.

There is no legal, historical, social, communal, geographical, working, nor practical connection linking the one with the other two.

On all those seven points there is a practical and common sense justification for Rye Harbour to be parish-linked with Rye Town.

Please make this re-arrangement.

Full text:

The linking of Rye Harbour community into a Parish with Winchelsea and Icklesham has no justification in terms of practicality.

There is no legal, historical, social, communal, geographical, working, nor practical connection linking the one with the other two.

On all those seven points there is a practical and common sense justification for Rye Harbour to be parish-linked with Rye Town.

Please make this re-arrangement.

Object

Proposed Submission Core Strategy

Representation ID: 20953

Received: 10/11/2011

Respondent: Mr PETER VENN

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation:

The housing requirements for the plan period for Bexhill accounts for approx. 55% of the total and in the case of Battle, being the second largest figures, at 7%. In both cases schemes rely on a major road being built, the link road to Bexhill looks very unlikely to be built due to the lack of government funding and the spine road at the Blackfriars scheme that is unlikely to be built due to engineering/cost reasons. Should both road schemes not proceed in the plan period, there will be a 63% shortfall in the stated housing need for the area.

Full text:

The housing requirements for the plan period for Bexhill accounts for approx. 55% of the total and in the case of Battle, being the second largest figures, at 7%. In both cases the schemes rely on major road being built, the link road to Bexhill looks very unlikely to be built due to the lack of government funding and the spine road at the Blackfriars scheme that is unlikely to be built due to engineering/cost reasons. Should both road schemes not proceed in the plan period, as is likely, there will be a 63% shortfall in the stated housing need for the area.