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PA16/03519 | Hayle Town Council Comment Date: Wed 22 Jun 2016 Strong objection on the following grounds

Hayle Town Council

 

Comment Date: Wed 22 Jun 2016

Strong objection on the following grounds:-

The site is a Cornwall Wildlife Site and this Council does not consider that this proposal provides sufficient compensatory, appropriate wetland. Hayle Town Council (HTC) supports Cornwall Wildlife Trust's view that there is a lack of evidence to demonstrate that it is in line with S118 of the NPPF, Policy 23 of the emerging Cornwall Local Plan and the emerging Hayle Neighbourhood Plan, Policy NE13 Wildlife

HTC supports the Cornwall Ecologist's view that the loss of bio-diversity cannot be mitigated against as it is a rare freshwater marsh habitat.

The site is a flood plain and in a Critical Drainage Area The development footprint includes most of the marshland which acts as a catchment for lower areas such as Marsh Lane. Philgray Close and Carwin Rise, which flooded last year.

The retail studies do not demonstrate a need and the study that Cranford's commissioned does not include Pool or Truro which both offer similar goods. The Council is also mindful of not damaging the success of its town centre. The small impact claimed for Hayle town centres does not appear correct when the proposed tenants include furniture and furnishings which will directly compete with Julian Foye, DIY which will compete with Jewson and pet supplies that will impact the pet section of a number of stores.

It is claimed that the floorspace for this development is reduced but that is due to the removal of the mezzanine floors, which could be re-installed at any time in the future, the actual footprint of the proposal remains very similar to the previous application. The floorspace does not reflect the recommendation contained in the GVA Grimley assessment which indicated a need for a much smaller floorspace.

HTC is concerned about the increased traffic and the impact it would have on the A30, Loggan's Moor and accessing Hayle and Angarrack.

The Council also wishes to preserve the village status and identity of Angarrack. This development reduces the boundary.

The emerging Hayle Neighbourhood Plan, Cornwall Council's Development Plan Document and The Town Framework do not support this site for development.

HTC has to also acknowledge and listen to its electorate. There is an overwhelming number of objectors to this application and no show of support.
via http://planning.cornwall.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.d...

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