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Ipswich Local Plan Policies Map (IP-One Area Inset) Final Draft

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Object

Local Plan Policies Maps Final Draft

Representation ID: 26492

Received: 02/03/2020

Respondent: Associated British Ports

Agent: Associated British Ports

Representation:

Objection to inclusion on the IP – One Inset Map of a route for the Wet Dock Crossing. Whilst supportive of IBC’s intention to continue to make a case for highway improvements including Wet Dock Crossing, given there is no formal commitment to this it is not appropriate for Policies Map IP – One Area Inset to define an alignment of a potential route for a Wet Dock Crossing and for SP9 to effectively safeguard this. Whilst this may not be the intention of the wording, it can be interpreted this way - request appropriate amendments.

Change suggested by respondent:

Request amendment of wording of the Policy and Inset Map with reference to Wet Dock Crossing.

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Object

Local Plan Policies Maps Final Draft

Representation ID: 26662

Received: 02/03/2020

Respondent: Historic England

Representation:

Regarding the delineation of the opportunity areas, it is unclear which boundaries the Council is promoting through this Plan, and which areas are covered by Policies SP11, SP12, and SP13. The Policies Map IP-One Area inset and Chapter 6 of the Plan shows detailed boundaries for eight opportunity areas. However, these areas do not match up with illustrative boundaries in The Ipswich Key Diagram. The opportunity areas need to be clearly defined and labelled on the policies map, so that it is clear which policy and supporting text relates to which area, and the extent of the land in question.

Change suggested by respondent:

The opportunity areas need to be clearly defined and labelled on the IP-One policies map.

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