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Issues and Options for the Ipswich Local Plan Review

Question 1:

Representation ID: 24839

Received: 24/10/2017

Respondent: Suffolk Constabulary

Representation Summary:

Ensuring security and crime reduction measures are a compulsory element of all planning applications.
Improving housing standards in the private rented sector, to include minimum security levels.
Provision of services for young people to deter them from criminal activity.
Enhanced provision of services to support people out of substance misuse.
Outreach services for vulnerable people who may either be at risk of being victims or at risk of becoming involved with crime.
Increased means of encouraging community integration, especially for communities where English is not the first language.
Means of deterring people from repeatedly committing criminal and/or anti-social behaviour (ie evicting problem tenants).
More effective use of powers to deter ASB/criminal behaviour in communal/public areas such as Jubilee Park, churchyards and parks.
Need to consider terrorism mitigation features in all developments.
Enhanced CCTV coverage across the town.

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Issues and Options for the Ipswich Local Plan Review

Question 2:

Representation ID: 24840

Received: 24/10/2017

Respondent: Suffolk Constabulary

Representation Summary:

Good provision of quality urban parks and associated historic buildings, providing a recreational and educational resource.

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Issues and Options for the Ipswich Local Plan Review

Question 3:

Representation ID: 24841

Received: 24/10/2017

Respondent: Suffolk Constabulary

Representation Summary:

Town centre has numerous empty premises which attract ASB and criminal behaviour.
Lack of community cohesion, especially amongst those who do not speak English, leading to isolation.
Lack of appropriate facilities for young people.
Housing vulnerable people and those inclined to criminal/ASB activity together (ie in the same block of flats)

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Issues and Options for the Ipswich Local Plan Review

Question 4:

Representation ID: 24842

Received: 24/10/2017

Respondent: Suffolk Constabulary

Representation Summary:

Designing Out Crime standards to be compulsory for all new developments and redevelopments, at the earliest opportunity and in any sector.
Action taken to protect/enhance public open spaces such as parks and churchyards to deter criminal/anti-social behaviour.
Action taken to prevent buildings being out of use for extended periods (ie former pubs/shops etc)

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Issues and Options for the Ipswich Local Plan Review

Question 5:

Representation ID: 24843

Received: 24/10/2017

Respondent: Suffolk Constabulary

Representation Summary:

Designing Out Crime standards to be compulsory for all new developments and redevelopments, at the earliest opportunity and in any sector.
Action taken to protect/enhance public open spaces such as parks and churchyards to deter criminal/anti-social behaviour.
Action taken to prevent buildings being out of use for extended periods (ie former pubs/shops etc)

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Issues and Options for the Ipswich Local Plan Review

Question 17:

Representation ID: 24844

Received: 24/10/2017

Respondent: Suffolk Constabulary

Representation Summary:

Yes. Without those spaces everyone's quality of life would be affected. Children and young people would have no-where to play and the recreational and mental health benefits of the open spaces would be lost.
Less allocated open space could lead to further conflicts when a higher volume of people try to co-exist without that 'breathing space'.

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Issues and Options for the Ipswich Local Plan Review

Question 21:

Representation ID: 24845

Received: 24/10/2017

Respondent: Suffolk Constabulary

Representation Summary:

An out of town location is preferred.
New sites should be below 20 pitches.
It is essential to consult closely with traveller groups, local residents and the police at the start of any site consideration and follow government advice on best practice.

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Issues and Options for the Ipswich Local Plan Review

Question 25:

Representation ID: 24846

Received: 24/10/2017

Respondent: Suffolk Constabulary

Representation Summary:

Any redevelopment of the town centre must factor in both anti-terror mitigation features as well as Designing Out Crime advice. In both cases, quality CCTV should be included.
Incentives should be offered to (smaller) independent shops to help create a sense of identity.
Increased promotion of the town through events such as Christmas markets and attractions such as Pigs Gone Wild that encourage people who may not normally come into the town centre to visit.
Provide more park and ride options (ie re-open Bury Rd, even if only for peak periods).

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Issues and Options for the Ipswich Local Plan Review

Question 29:

Representation ID: 24847

Received: 24/10/2017

Respondent: Suffolk Constabulary

Representation Summary:

Work as described to alleviate the one way system (ie new bridges and access).
Proportionate provision of schools, medical facilities etc with every new development.
Consideration of the impact on the ability to police newly developed areas and contributions towards additional costs.

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Issues and Options for the Ipswich Local Plan Review

Question 33:

Representation ID: 24848

Received: 24/10/2017

Respondent: Suffolk Constabulary

Representation Summary:

More facilities for young people - especially informal facilities such as skate parks, BMX facilities and undercover areas where young people can safely congregate.
On the outer boundaries of housing developments - carefully located to be within natural surveillance of but not a nuisance to surrounding homes and businesses.

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