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The other two grounds of the case were rejected. The impact of the development will have to be given more detailed consideration as the planning application progresses, and this judgment emphasises the importance of good quality, reasoned decision-making throughout that process. The JR was a last-ditch attempt to stop, or at best delay, this development. We are bitterly disappointed but accept that the courts are limited to looking at the legality of the process rather than the political or moral rights or wrongs of the case.
They will, however, attract retirees from the big cities and second-home owners, resulting in more traffic and unbearable pressure on our already desperately over-stretched health and social care services. It remains our view and that of our supporters that there are serious problems with the plans which will need to be addressed before any houses are built. The developers can rest assured that they will face intense scrutiny and challenge at the detailed planning stages and at any point should they fail to deliver what has been promised in the S agreement.
It is clear that the planning authority in Dorset has little respect for the designation of the AONB.Rhug Estate Organic Farm Story
Dorset deserves to have a better planning service for the area. The fundamental questions of the right numbers of houses, the right places and the right tenures are not being addressed within the current planning system. Alternative community-driven approaches are necessary in order to ensure that the incremental urbanisation of Dorset is not allowed to proceed.
This would have the responsibility and resources to conserve and embrace our wonderful landscapes while also having the duty to respond proactively to local housing needs and so develop the local housing that local people need. The vote on the Neighbourhood plan is on 27 February and is an opportunity to have a say on the future of Bridport. Below is the text of an email from the Bridport Town Clerk giving some information that will be helpful.
Please feel free to share this information. Early feedback from coverage of the Neighbourhood Plan referendum suggests that a lot of people are engaged which is great! In response, David has produced a summary guide to the Plan, and a narrated video summary. Many thanks to David for reacting so quickly to the significant number of requests for these summaries. Please share this information via your own networks.
The hearing was in front a judge with lawyers representing Advearse, Dorset Council and the developer Hallam making oral arguments to supplement the written skeleton arguments already submitted to the court. The judge had available a large amount of material relevant to the planning application. This includes a significant amount of case law. We had a total of 8 Advearse members and supporters attending on the day.
We were told that the Judge would have noticed this presence. Our lawyers sought an order from the judge quashing the planning permission citing specific legal failures by the Council in relation to the planning application. Of course, both the Council and Hallam lawyers resisted our claim.
Due to the length and complexity of the legal arguments the case had to be adjourned and was completed on Friday 31 January with some Advearse members in attendance. As expected, the judge reserved judgement and will, over the coming weeks, review all the legal submissions and arguments and issue his written judgement. Unfortunately, we do not have a clear indication of how long it will take to issue the judgment and more importantly which way it will go.
Fingers crossed we win the case — but whatever the outcome we will continue to fight against the massively destructive Vearse Farm Bridport urban extension.Sign up for email alerts. This delightful three bedroom semi-detached family home is set in an elevated position on the outskirts of Bridport town centre. Offering far reaching views of the town and surrounding Due to covid and following advice of the government physical viewings have been suspended.
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The prproperty is situated on one of the popular residential streets of the town. The Ivy - An impressive brand new 3 bedroom semi-detached property with parking The development lies on the Southwestern edge of the town, with easy access to all the facilities. Bridport is Beautifully presented South facing two bedroom detached bungalow with lovely views towards the sea at West Bay. The property was built in the s and sits at the end of a quiet cul de sac A three bedroom double fronted Grade II listed mid-terrace house with scope for refurbishment in a town centre location.
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The property offers accommodation A spacious three bedroom ground floor apartment in excellent condition a short step away from the town centre. St Swithins Court lies to the western side of the iconic town of Bridport, just This spacious two bedroom ground floor apartment is favourably situated within the sought after area of West Allington in Bridport, located on the famous Jurassic Coast.
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Or arrange a valuation now by clicking here. Whilst this instant valuation provides a guideline, your local Stags property expert will be in touch to provide a more accurate valuation taking into account improvements to your property, the local market and more. Admin Edit this property Content chunks Hide. Contact our Bridport office Phillipa English Email me. Matthew Ewings Email me. Martin Bowen-Ashwin Email me. Book a free valuation of your property Virtual valuation. Having been under the current ownership for more than 30 years, the property has been beautifully looked after and improved to an exacting standard including the addition of a ground floor cloakroom, cavity wall insulation and a conservatory to the rear, ideally placed to enjoy the glorious views.
There is ample storage throughout, including useful coat-and-shoe and under-stair cupboards off the entrance hall, built-in wardrobes in two of the bedrooms, a large landing cupboard and two cupboards within the bathroom. OUTSIDE 20 Vearse Close enjoys a charming rear garden which is attractively arranged into shallow tiers, giving multiple opportunities to enjoy the views. Immediately adjoining the house is a paved and gravelled sun terrace, from which a few steps lead down to an established lawn with an ornamental pond area.
The third tier provides a further sun terrace, and there is also a timber potting shed. The purchaser must be intending to use the property as their principal residence, subject to a formal application to Magna Housing Association small fee applies.
Within Bridport there is a broad variety of shopping and cultural experiences to suit all interests, including a twice weekly street market. After the turning into the Leisure Centre, turn right onto Alexandra Road then take the first left into Elizabeth Avenue.
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All Types. All Actions. Your search results. Contact Us Use the form below to contact us!We have recently, successfully campaigned in Bucky Doo Square to raise awareness of the proposed Vearse Farm housing development. In particular George Cox for distribution of flyers beforehand. Pressure from five year supply requirements means greenfield land is increasingly being earmarked for housing, while viable, deliverable and sustainable sites with local support are overlooked. This case reflects the vast majority of appeal decisions that were analysed, in which the requirement for a five year housing supply and the need to find developable sites is prevailing over policies restricting development on open countryside or existing greenfield sites.
Although our research highlights that planning appeals are three times as likely to be decided in the developers favour, we did find notable exceptions where appeals were rejected.
These were often because environmental policies were given proper weight. An application for 53 homes in Sutton-in-Craven, North Yorkshire was dismissed at appeal after the Inspector cited the NPPF in concluding that the impacts of the development on the character and identity of the area outweighed the benefits of the new housing.
Unfortunately, these successful outcomes represent a small minority of the cases. They indicate, however, that appropriate outcomes from planning decisions are possible without a radical overhaul of the current system. Insteadwe are suggesting that relatively small changes to current policy and guidance would ensure that environmental sustainability carries the appropriate level of importance in all planning decisions.
There are two issues about which any discussion about the infrastructure requirements of Vearse Farm must take account. The latter can be accommodated into the infrastructure of a large county town with excellent motorway and train links, employment possibilities.
Bridport is a small market town of 8, people whose infrastructure has developed over the centuries. Most of the comments refer to the fact that this is development will overwhelm the current infrastructure of the town. As we know from elsewhere in the country e. Seaton in Devon that developers are increasingly finding ways of avoiding these obligations. Vearse Farm will have knock on effects to the infrastructure of the whole town.
We have no confidence that sufficient funds will be made available to address the issues we highlight below. There is some expectation in the Local Plan that these can be addressed in collaboration with the developers. We know that this is naive. Vearse Farm is likely to be to the detriment of the town as a whole. Our conclusion is that the Local Plan has highlighted a number of the key infrastructure requirements but there is inadequate detail as to whether and how these requirements can be adequately addressed.
Bridport is 15 miles from the nearest railway. Bus services are being cut and this presents challenges for those who live in Bridport but who have to commute to their place of work. Road access is difficult from the North and the one trunk road the A35 running east to west is badly affected by holiday traffic and its accident record is horrendous.
It is unlikely that the local economy will provide jobs for those living in the houses. The Local Plan fails to explain how the provision of houses will be matched by a provision of employment opportunities. It would pay the reader of this submission to take a cursory glance at the Appendix 2.
You would be hardly aware that a major development was taking place at Vearse Farm. References to Bridport are strong for cycleways even a skate park. The current school is relatively modern and the replacement is based on housing issues rather than inadequacy of building.
Vearse Farm already floods.