Assessments have been undertaken to understand the impact this development would have on the existing highways network. These assessments concluded that the development-generated traffic on the surrounding area would be of a negligible impact on queuing and delay and it is therefore concluded that the development proposals could be accommodated without resulting in a significant detrimental impact upon the network.
Developer contributions have been proposed to support and improve education facilities in Barton, where North Lincolnshire Council deem it necessary.
At the moment, this land is agricultural land that isn’t accessible to the public, other than a footpath dissecting the south. With this development, the site would have over 50% of open green space for people to enjoy, including play parks, allotments, a community orchard, wildflower meadows and footpaths.
The land is currently intensively farmed so offers very little in terms of ecological habitat within the site. The majority of existing hedgerows around and through the site will be retained and enhanced. The proposed enhancements achieve a Biodiversity Net Gain of 21.70% for habitats and 112.13% of hedgerows.
Over 50% of the site will be retained as open green space. The proposal would see the planting of trees within the application site boundary wherein there are currently none.
Currently, the existing field drain is culverted so offers limited wildlife benefits; however, the proposed drainage scheme will open up this watercourse to provide significant enhancements to the wildlife habitat within the site.
Banks Property doesn’t currently build properties. The business secures land, prepares and submits a planning application to gain the principle of housing development and then we market the site to house builders, who then submit a detailed planning application and if successful, build the homes.
A design and access statement will accompany the planning application submission, which will be accompanied by all necessary, relevant information. We would welcome any suggestions from residents in relation to design but the decision on the design of the scheme ultimately falls to the Council.
The Barton relief road has no impact on this site; both schemes are capable of being delivered independently. The Barton Relief road is not yet a formal policy in any draft Local Plan. Paragraph 14.45 and Policy T7p of the emerging Local Plan refers to a link road however this should be afforded minimal weighting due to the tentative nature of the policy wording and the lack of a detailed plan in association with the formal local plan process. Our Barton proposals could potentially provide land towards the future road.
As this is an outline planning application, this level of detail isn’t known yet, but it is likely to include a range of sizes and types, including affordable housing and potentially bungalows.
A planning application hasn’t yet been submitted, so this development hasn’t been permitted yet. We have submitted our pre application to North Lincolnshire Council; and we intend to submit an outline planning application in Autumn 2021. The local planning authority will then assess this application, which typically takes between 4 and 6 months; then the application will be determined by a planning committee comprising of elected council members.
Yes, we have already submitted our pre application to North Lincolnshire Council; and we intend to submit an outline planning application in Autumn 2021.
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