Saturday, January 5, 2013

Planning proposals - now is the time to comment!

Planning proposals from Persimmon Homes have been received by Wiltshire Council over the festive period. Due to the way the planning website works, we have only just become aware that some of these proposals are open for comment. We apologise therefore that we have not informed residents of Old Sarum sooner.

If you are close enough to one of the sites to be classed as a 'neighbour', you may have received notice via a letter to your home.

At this time we would like to make sure links are available from our website to take you directly to the documentation relating to each application - see below.

We will endeavour to update the website very soon with short reminders of good and bad aspects of the proposals.

The Residents' Association spoke to you all at the open meeting in September about what we should say in our collective response. We will check the proposals very carefully to make sure the responses are still comprehensive, and then submit our comments. We wish to give an idea to the planners of the general feeling in Old Sarum towards each planning application, but realise we cannot voice the opinion of every individual or household. It is therefore really important that you also make your own response to the applications.

The areas below are shown on a map here.

MOD Land (See S/2012/1679)
The public consultation period for this application closed on 3rd January 2013.
The Residents' Association response can be viewed here.

Areas 9A and 9B (See S/2012/1778)
Public consultation ends on 31st January 2013. Submit your comments here.

Local Centre (See S/2012/1829)
Public consultation ends on 31st January 2013. Submit your comment here.

Area 10 (See S/2012/1834)
Public consultation ends on 7th February 2013. Submit your comments here.

Area 11 (See S/2012/1835)
Public consultation ends on 7th February 2013. Submit your comments here.

Area 12 (See S/2012/1836)
Public consultation ends on 7th February 2013. Submit your comments here.


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