Neighbourhood Watch Update
NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH UPDATE
Welcome to all the new villagers who have come to live in Coffinswell and Daccombe over the last year – hopefully they appreciate that a ‘physical’ welcome has been difficult over the ‘Covid time’ and indeed it has sometimes been difficult to know who has moved in and out of the village over the last year ! If there is anything about the villages that you wish to find out about do not hesitate to email me.
The Litter picking rotas continue and can be seen on the village notice board.
The website continues to develop and is well worth a visit if you have not yet already done so. Details of local walks are being developed and information and routes will continue to be added to the website for all to access.
There is nothing of note to report from Neighbourhood Watch (which is good!!) and I will continue to forward emails that might be of interest particularly from the Police and Community Watch.
If anyone has something they wish to share or report do not hesitate to email me and I will forward to the group. canddneighbours @gmail.com
Wishing everyone a happy and healthy Christmas and 2022
Teignbridge Local Plan Review (Part 3) 2020-2040: Renewable Energy, Gypsy and Traveller and Small Residential Site Options Ten week public consultation from 15 November 2021 to 24 January 2022
Teignbridge Local Plan Review (Part 3) 2020-2040: Renewable Energy, Gypsy and Traveller and Small Residential Site Options
Ten week public consultation from 15 November 2021 to 24 January 2022
Teignbridge District Council would like to invite you to comment on the Draft Local Plan (Part 3) 2020-2040 and its supporting documents. It follows on from the Draft Local Plan (Part 2), published last June which included site options for residential, employment and education development.
The Part 3 Local Plan Review document sets out further options for where different types of development could be located. The information included within the plan shows all of the development options that are available for public comment, including: potential sites for wind turbines, a potential gypsy and traveller site and potential small residential site options.
We have prepared three documents that we are seeking your views on. These are available to view online at www.teignbridge.gov.uk/localplanreview.
· Draft Local Plan (Part 3) 2020-2040: Renewable Energy, Gypsy and Traveller and Small Residential Site Options
· Strategic Environmental Assessment / Sustainability Appraisal Stage B Report This set of reports consider the effects of the plan on the environment, people and economy, and considers reasonable alternatives.
- Draft Habitats Regulations Assessment - Initial Site Options Screening Report This is an assessment of site options carried out in order to assess the potential for likely significant effects on a European Wildlife Site or European Offshore Marine Site.
Comments can be made on any or all of the documents listed above using the following methods:
· Online survey at www.teignbridge.gov.uk/localplanreview
· In writing by post to Local Plan Review, Spatial Planning and Delivery, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot, TQ12 4XX
The consultation runs for ten weeks from 12noon Monday 15 November 2021 until 12noon on Monday 24 January 2022.
There are additional technical reports which provide further background evidence of the work carried out to produce the third part of the plan but where comments are not being sought. These include:
Low Carbon Report
The study identifies how and where low carbon development could feature in the district under the updated Local Plan. Through this research Exeter University has identified areas where natural sources of energy exist and where solar or wind renewable energy could be generated. The areas identified in the report take account of “constraints”, or sensitivities, such as avoiding grade 1 agricultural land, avoiding impacts on air traffic, woodland, avoiding internationally and nationally designated wildlife areas, and minimum distances from sensitive receptors such as houses, roads, railways and heritage assets.
Need to Know Guide
As the Draft Local Plan (Part 3) is quite long and complex, we have produced a short ‘Need to Know’ Guide, which summarises all the information about the Plan in a straightforward, jargon-free way.
To keep up to date on news of the Local Plan Review, please check:
· Teignbridge Local Plan webpage www.teignbridge.gov.uk/localplanreview
· Twitter: www.twitter.com/planteignbridge
· Facebook: www.facebook.com/planteignbridge
· Local Press and Media.
If you have any questions, please contact the Local Plan Team on 01626-215768 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that comments cannot be treated as confidential, and anonymous or verbal comments cannot be taken into consideration. Comments will be published on our website excluding phone numbers, email addresses and signatures. Comments made will be available to view online at www.teignbridge.gov.uk/localplanreview later in the Local Plan review process, once they have been reviewed and considered.
Inappropriate comments including those which are racist, sexist, xenophobic, defamatory, prejudiced or otherwise likely to cause offence will be removed and not considered.
All comments must be received during the consultation period. Any responses received after this deadline may not be considered.
If you need this information in another format, or have any queries please email email@example.com or call 01626 215768.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Local Plan Team
Spatial Planning and Delivery
GAMBLING ACT 2005 – Review of Statement of Principles
This is Teignbridge District Council’s consultation paper on the review of its ‘statement of principles’ as required under the Gambling Act 2005. The licensing authority welcomes comments from the police, the fire service, licence holders, businesses, local residents and their representatives.
The document sets out a draft statement of principles, which will guide the licensing authority when considering licence applications under the Gambling Act 2005.
The aim of the Act is to protect the public, especially children and vulnerable adults by trying to keep gambling crime free, ensure gambling is fair and open allowing people to enjoy gambling responsibility.
A copy of our draft statement of principles can now be viewed at www.teignbridge.gov.uk/statement-of-principleswhere you can see the changes proposed and provide feedback.
Feedback must be received by Noon on Friday 8 October 2021 at the latest.