Introduction

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Comment

Statement of Community Involvement Addendum for the South Essex Plan

Representation ID: 6

Received: 19/12/2019

Respondent: The Port of London Authority

Representation:

There is no objection to this element of the SCI introductory section

Comment

Statement of Community Involvement Addendum for the South Essex Plan

Representation ID: 13

Received: 20/12/2019

Respondent: Mr keith haynes

Representation:

Bus transport shelters need updating in order for those buses fitted with location technology can be registered and advice on time of arrival be indicated to waiting customers.

Comment

Statement of Community Involvement Addendum for the South Essex Plan

Representation ID: 14

Received: 27/12/2019

Respondent: Mr Nomaan Jamal

Representation:

I would like to see more consultation and communication regarding new dwellings and changes/updates to infrastructure in my local area.

Comment

Statement of Community Involvement Addendum for the South Essex Plan

Representation ID: 16

Received: 06/01/2020

Respondent: Maldon District Council

Representation:

Maldon District Council has no comments to make on the SE Plan SCI.

Comment

Statement of Community Involvement Addendum for the South Essex Plan

Representation ID: 18

Received: 10/01/2020

Respondent: Ms Helen Wright

Representation:

I wish to be involved in the pubic consultation surrounding the South Essex Plan. I am particularly concerned about the over development of (what is supposed to be )our rural area, given tat our existing roads are already highly congested. I also have grave concerns about the environmental implications and the flood risk in our zone 3 (high probability)area.

Comment

Statement of Community Involvement Addendum for the South Essex Plan

Representation ID: 22

Received: 16/01/2020

Respondent: Mrs Julie Waldie

Representation:

I object to these plans. They do not take into account the number of people, families and cars which will need access to the roads, schools, doctors in the area. The roads will be gridlocked. Accidents will happen. I also object to the use of green land ("protected green land" the only areas we have to breath clean air and where our precious few numbers of wild animals can live safely) being used for this development. This plan seems to be separate from the other plans for Billericay - they should all be considered together surely?

Comment

Statement of Community Involvement Addendum for the South Essex Plan

Representation ID: 23

Received: 17/01/2020

Respondent: NHS Thurrock CCG

Representation:

Thurrock CCG welcomes a standardised approach across all South Essex Councils for Community Involvement.

Comment

Statement of Community Involvement Addendum for the South Essex Plan

Representation ID: 26

Received: 19/01/2020

Respondent: Mr Andrew Wilson

Representation:

Whilst I have no comments to make about the proposed SCI itself, I do have concerns about the total lack of information in the public domain on the activities of ASELA to date. I can find no record of meetings but I know from my local councillors that several meetings have taken place. For ASELA to be credible, and for the SCI to be a relevant undertaking, residents must be comfortable that matters are being conducted openly and transparently. That is not the case today.

Comment

Statement of Community Involvement Addendum for the South Essex Plan

Representation ID: 28

Received: 21/01/2020

Respondent: Essex County Council

Representation:

Essex County Council is satisfied with the content of the Statement of Community Involvement Addendum and confirms that it wishes to be included on the South Essex Plan consultation database.

Comment

Statement of Community Involvement Addendum for the South Essex Plan

Representation ID: 57

Received: 27/01/2020

Respondent: Ms Vanessa Carter

Representation:

The South Essex Plan does not meet the criteria of being consistent with national policy as Billericay residents had not seen the revised plan Regulation18 (published 2018) prior to publication of Regulation 19, despite Basildon Council having the opportunity to do so. Billericay residents overwhelmingly rejected the 2016 Local Plan of 1,800 additional houses on green belt land. The revised plan revealed an additional 1,000 houses to pay for a relief road without public consultation (60% increase) so now over 2,800. The community has been given a greater role in planning and their opinion must not be ignored by Councils/Government.