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K Furber 50 per hectare 16 Dec 2016 20:43
Burwin Investments (Mark Wingfield) I believe that densities should be 40 dwellings per hectare. 17 Dec 2016 11:28
Mick Flannigan Densities in many areas are too high already - and unsustainable in terms of traffic, parking, the strain on local services, etc. 19 Dec 2016 13:56
Deleted User Not only are you taking away green belt and open areas, you also, by increasing densitiy reduce garden space within the new housing areas. 05 Jan 2017 19:32
FEDORA (David Cooke) 40 dwellings per hectare. Do not try to cram too many people in. 06 Jan 2017 13:27
Deleted User These central areas are becoming too populated. And facilities cannot cope. Spreading the settlement will encourage new local business and thus employment 08 Jan 2017 09:54
V Braun The equivalent of victorian terrace density would appear reasonable, i.e. 60-80 dph. However, only a very small area (whether "town centre" or "at train stations") should be allowed such high density. 08 Jan 2017 19:36
James Chowne I do not object to a density of 40-80 dwellings per hectare in very exceptional circumstances and only in current very high density areas where the urban environment would not be damaged such as train stations, the very centre of towns already with high housing density and industrial parks. All other areas of Green Belt and existing open spaces should be protected from development. 08 Jan 2017 20:09
Deleted User • Creative design should be used to maximise the opportunity with these developments. 09 Jan 2017 08:55
Anna Davies Too many people already, we can not support any more. 09 Jan 2017 09:04
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