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  • 1 Saltash Neighbourhood Development Plan - Submission Draft June 2020

    SALTASH NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN

    CONSULTATION DRAFT

    2020 - 2030 Saltash Town Council

    Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group

  • 2 Saltash Neighbourhood Development Plan - Submission Draft June 2020

    The Saltash Neighbourhood Development Plan has been prepared in accordance with the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2012, the Localism Act 2011, the Planning &

    Compulsory Purchase Act 2004, the European Directive 2001/42 on Strategic Environmental Assessment and the EU Directive 92/43 on Habitats Regulations Assessment.

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    Photo 1: Saltash from above, showing the relationship with the River Tamar and surrounding open countryside lying beyond a clearly delineated urban edge.

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    PREFACE 1. INTRODUCTION ………………………………………………………………………………………...…...7

    • FOREWORD

    • HOW THIS PLAN IS ORGANISED

    • STEERING GROUP & WORKING GROUP MEMBERSHIP

    2. BACKGROUND……………………………………………………………………………………………….11

    • THE LEGAL BASIS

    • DESIGNATED NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN AREA

    • NATIONAL PLANNING POLICY FRAMEWORK

    • CORNWALL LOCAL PLAN 2010 TO 2030 (ADOPTED NOVEMBER 2016)

    • CORNWALL LOCAL PLAN SITE ALLOCATIONS DEVELOPMENT PLAN

    DOCUMENT

    • A COMMUNITY LED PLAN

    • PLANNING AND STRATEGY INITIATIVES

    3. EVIDENCE BASE……………………………………………………………………………………………..17

    • FACTS AND FIGURES

    • COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT SUMMER 2015

    • SUMMARY OF ISSUES

    4. THE VISION FOR SALTASH………………………………..……………….…………………….……..20

    • POLICY DP 1 – DEVELOPMENT BOUNDARY

    5. SECURE A DIVERSE AND PROSPEROUS LOCAL ECONOMY……………………..………..24

    • POLICY EM 1 – ACCESS TO EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT

    • POLICY EM 2 – REDEVELOPMENT AND ENHANCEMENT OF EXISTING

    EMPLOYMENT SITES.

    • POLICY EM 3 – PARKING, STORAGE AND MOVEMENT ON AND AROUND

    EMPLOYMENT SITES

    • POLICY EM 4 – HOME BASED ENTERPRISE

    • POLICY EM 5 – TELECOMMUNICATIONS ON EMPLOYMENT SITES

    • POLICY EM 6 – SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

    6. REGENERATE THE TOWN CENTRE AND MANAGE THE GROWTH OF “OUT OF TOWN” SHOPPING…………………………………………………………………………..………………..28

    • REGENERATION OBJECTIVES FOR THE TOWN CENTRE

    • POLICY TC 1 – DEVELOPMENT AT CARKEEL

    • POLICY TC 2 – MAINTAINING THE TOWN CENTRE AS A RETAIL & SOCIAL DESTINATION

    • POLICY TC3 – NEW USES FOR UPPER FLOORS IN THE TOWN CENTRE

    • POLICY TC4 – RETENTION OF SMALL SCALE EMPLOYMENT IN THE TOWN CENTRE

    7. CREATE AND SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE NEIGHBOURHOODS……………………………..34

    • POLICY SN 1 – SUPPORT FOR A SUSTAINABLE NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE AT BROADMOOR FARM

    • POLICY SN 2 – STRENGTHENING NEIGHBOURHOODS

    8. REVITALISE THE WATERFRONT………………………………….…………………………………...37

    • POLICY WF 1 - MAKING THE MOST OF SALTASH WATERFRONT

    9. ENSURE A BALANCED RANGE OF QUALITY NEW HOUSING………………………….....41

    • POLICY H 1 – ENSURING A CHOICE OF HOUSING

    • POLICY H 2 – CONVERSIONS OF LARGE HOUSES INTO MULTIPLE OCCUPATION

    • POLICY H 3 – MAKING BETTER USE OF LAND – REDEVELOPMENT, RENEWAL AND INTENSIFICATION

    • POLICY H 4 – MAKING BETTER USE OF LAND – SUBURBAN VILLAS CHARACTER AREA

    • POLICY H 5 – EXTENSIONS TO EXISTING DWELLINGS

    10. PROTECT AND ENHANCE THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT………………………………….…45

    • POLICY ENV 1 – DESIGN AND LOCAL DISTINCTIVENESS WITHIN THE CHARACTER AREAS

    • POLICY ENV 2 – DESIGN AND LOCAL DISTINCTIVENESS OUTSIDE THE HISTORIC CORE

    • POLICY ENV 3 – GENERAL DESIGN PRINCIPLES

    • POLICY ENV 4 – LOCAL LISTING OF NON-DESIGNATED HERITAGE ASSETS

    • POLICY ENV 5 – REUSE OF SALTASH STATION BUILDING

    • POLICY ENV 6 – DEVELOPMENT IN CONSERVATION AREAS

    • POLICY ENV 7 – DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE SETTING OF CONSERVATION AREAS

    • POLICY ENV 8 – VIEWS AND VISTAS

    11. PROTECT AND ENHANCE THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT……………………...………58

    • POLICY GRN 1 – BIODIVERSITY PROTECTION AND GAIN

    • POLICY GRN 2 – THE GREENING OF SALTASH: WOODLANDS, TREES, CORNISH HEDGES AND HEDGEROWS

    • POLICY GRN 3 – COUNTRYSIDE CHARACTER AREAS

    • POLICY GRN 4 – DRAINAGE AND FLOODING

    • SEWAGE TREATMENT .

    12. MANAGE THE RURAL AREAS OF THE PARISH IN A SYMPATHETIC MANNER…..64

    • POLICY RUR 1 – SMALL WORKSHOP DEVELOPMENT IN THE COUNTRYSIDE

    • POLICY RUR 2 – VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT BOUNDARIES & RURAL HOUSING SITES

    • POLICY RUR 3 – LAND AT OLD FARM, TREMATON

    CONTENTS

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    • POLICY RUR 4 – LAND OPPOSITE PANDRAMA, TREHAN

    • POLICY RUR 5 – LAND AT FORMER ALLOTMENT GARDENS, TREHAN

    • POLICY RUR 6 – AGRICULTURAL DWELLINGS AND SPECIALIST NEED

    13. MEET THE CHANGING DEMAND FOR HEALTH, EDUCATION, COMMUNITY & EMERGENCY SERVICES AND FACILITIES……………………………………………………………....70

    • POLICY HWB 1 – EDUCATION PROVISION

    • POLICY HWB 2 – PROTECTION AND ENHANCEMENT OF SALTASH COMMUNITY CAMPUS

    • POLICY HWB 3 – THE FUTURE OF HEALTH AND CARE PROVISION IN SALTASH

    • POLICY HWB 4 – PROTECTION OF IMPORTANT COMMUNITY FACILITIES

    14. MEET THE GROWING DEMAND FOR ADDITIONAL SPORT, RECREATION AND LEISURE FACILITIES……………………………………………………………………………………………..74

    • POLICY LEI 1 – KEY STRATEGIC SPORTS, LEISURE AND RECREATION OPEN SPACES

    • POLICY LEI 2 – LOCAL GREEN SPACES

    • POLICY LEI 3 – CONSERVATION, ENHANCEMENT AND CREATION OF LOCAL GREEN SPACES

    • POLICY LEI 4 – DILAPIDATED PLAY SPACES

    • POLICY LEI 5 – ALLOTMENTS

    15. IMPROVED AND SUSTAINABLE CONNECTIVITY ……………………………………………..79

    • POLICY CON 1 – THE GREEN BOULEVARD

    • POLICY CON 2 – NORTH ROAD/NEW ROAD DISTRIBUTION ROUTE

    • POLICY CON 3 – TOWN CENTRE TRANSITION ZONES

    • POLICY CON 4 – BURRATON CROSS HUB

    • POLICY CON 5 – SALTASH STATION

    • POLICY CON 6 – CARKEEL TRAFFIC CALMING AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENHANCEMENT

    • POLICY CON 7 – BROADBAND

    • POLICY CON 8 – SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT MEASURES IN NEW DEVELOPMENTS

    • POLICY CON 9 – PROTECTION OF FOOTPATHS, BRIDLEWAYS AND CYCLE PATHS

    • POLICY CON 10 – ENHANCING AND EXTENDING THE WALKING AND CYCLE

    NETWORK

    16. CLIMATE CHANGE ………………………………………………………………………………………..89

    • POLICY CC 1 – RENEWABLE ENERGY

    • POLICY CC 2 –LOCAL ENERGY STORAGE

    • POLICY CC 3 – COMMUNITY SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

    • POLICY CC 4 – SMALL CARBON FOOTPRINT DEVELOPMENT

    DELIVERY PLAN…………………………………………………………………………………..……………..99

    • POLICY DP 1 – MAKING IT HAPPEN – COMMUNITY PRIORITIES

    17. MONITORING…………………………………………………………………………………….….…..110

    18. JARGON BUSTER ………………………………….…………………………………………….………111

    Abbreviations Used

    LP:SP —Cornwall Local Plan

    CC—Cornwall Council

    DPD —Cornwall Local Plan Allocations Development Plan Document

    NDP —Neighbourhood Development Plan

    NPPF —National Planning Policy Framework

    STC—Saltash Town Council

    PHOTO CREDITS

    Western Web

    Steve Besford-Foster, PlanSupport

    David Orr, David Orr Consulting

    GRAPHICS

    Steve Besford-Foster, PlanSupport

    Jane Hamlyn, Atelier3

  • 6 Saltash Neighbourhood Development Plan - Submission Draft June 2020

    PREFACE

    CLLR DAVID YATES, CHAIRMAN OF SALTASH NEIGBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN STEERING GROUP

    The Saltash Neighbourhood Development Plan has been created by the people of Saltash, through a Steering Group made up of residents, local organisations and Town and Cornwall Councillors, which reported to the Saltash Town Council.

    Although the Town Council is the ‘qualifying body’ responsible for the progress of the Plan, many hundreds of residents have been directly involved, as have many other stakeholders, including those working and running businesses in the area, local landowners, those who care about our environment and wildlife (by no means all of whom are residents) and those providing servic

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