- Save Crimple Valley - Harrogate Special Landscape Area Profile

Title: Save Crimple Valley - Harrogate Special Landscape Area
Description:This Special Landscape Area which separates Pannal from Harrogate is under threat of becoming Harrogate's latest housing estate. is ranked 25408406 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,503. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Save Crimple Valley - Harrogate Special Landscape Area Home How to help Planning Portal News About Newsletter Help Save Crimple Valley Council Propose 277 Houses To be Built over Special Landscape Area How to help Help Save Crimple Valley Council Now Propose 277 Houses To be Built over Special Landscape Area How to help 214 houses proposed in 2016 Plans Rejected By local residents HBC ignore residents and propose more houses and busineses How to help 214 houses proposed in 2016 Overwhelmingly Rejected By Local Residents Harrogate Council ignore residents and propose even more developments How to help New draft plan consultation ends on 25th August 2017 - only 343 days left! This Special Landscape Area which separates Pannal from Harrogate is yet again under threat of becoming Harrogate's latest housing estate. We need your help to protect this beautiful green space for your children and future generations. There are also plans to develop 72 houses on land adjoining Spring Lane Farm which is also in the Special Landscape Area. How can you help? Make your opinions made on the Harrogate Borough Council planning portal AND Spread the word! Share Build a Strong Argument in response "Highly sensitive" landscape with "limited or no capacity to accommodate development or mitigate impacts" This is a direct quote from the Councils own Sustainability Appraisal Addendum July 2017. Make sure you read this document before objecting . 11th hour additions to local plan PN17 is an ill considered last minute addition to local plan. The HBC Plan has been in formulation for years - why the sudden expansion to PN18 for employment use? The coalescence argument Keeping Pannal separate from Harrogate. Negative impact on the local community and conservation area. Maintain green space between Pannal & Harrogate - as specified by 90% of the respondents to community-led plan questionaire. Special Landscape Area Harrogate District Landscape Character Assessment (Feb 2004) highlights the Mid-Crimple Valley (in which PN19 and PN18 are located) as an essential green "rural corridor" separating Harrogate from the village of Pannal and others. This would be compromised by the proposed development. Traffic Traffic gridlock is already common on the A61 going through Pannal and Almsford Bank. 227 houses means about 400 additional cars, plus cars and lorries for the 'employment site'. People driving into Harrogate for work will start to find this commute intolerable making it even harder to attract workers into the area. Tourism and the approach to Harrogate The Crimple Valley forms a picturesque backdrop for those entering Harrogate on the main road and rail links into the town. The proposed developments would significantly impact the character and appearance of this landscape, to the detriment of both local residents and the local tourism industry PN18 & PN19 only specified because the land belongs to HBC The land was intended to be maintained as a barrier between village and town. Who benefits? The plans only benefit the landowners i.e. Harrogate Borough Council and private individuals. Allotments & Park & Stride The land int PN19 (now PN20) was set aside for allotments. Park & Stride facilities, (already discussed with HBC) are not shown on their map at all. HBC Policy Should Harrogate stop the policy of cramming in houses when a gap appears on their map and start to plan the districts growth in a proper well thought out manner with more sensitivity? There comes a time when a village becomes full and loses its character and uniqueness. Why does HBC what to destroy villages through continued over development? Negative landscape impacts are identified and mitigation opportunities are limited Further negative environmental impacts arise in relation to the historic environment, where likely harm to the significance of a heritage asset is identified, and in relation to impact on local distinctiveness. Slowly permeable, seasonally waterlogged land The Environment Agency has devised a Flood Risk Map which indicates that part of the area identified for development is at high risk of flooding already and this would be made worse with the development of the area due to the increase in non permeable surfaces. View Crimple Hydrology report Negative impact on local wildlife and biodiversity The area is home to a number of different species of wildlife including deer, foxes, herron, owls, kingfishers, and trout. PN19 would destroy natural environment. Ringway footpath through a housing estate! Agricultural land Why the NEED for building on a greenfield site as opposed to other sites? Deprives farmers of their living. Read the CPRE Set up to fail report A large amount of development has already been granted in the local area There are already approved plans to build new houses on the Dunlopillo site in Pannal which should more than adequately meet the needs for housing growth in Pannal. Before any further employment or housing development is made, infrastructure must be in place. It isn't even planned. Building 'creep' Once building starts on the East side of Leeds Road, it will only be a matter of time before the landowners of the remainder of Crimple Valley get what they wanted: development right along the valley towards the viaduct. Access roads for these new developments coming off Leeds Road can easily be extended further along the Crimple Valley. Housing Economic Development Needs Assessment Look for key points in the Harrogate Borough Council Housing Economic Development Needs Assessment. Projected housing requirements - why is there such a large difference between three projections? How can residents trust projected figures with such a large requirement variance? How accurate are the growth forcast figures used by HBC? Some indicate a reduction in growth, yet HBC have revised housing need figure upwards. Read the Save Crimple Valley PN14 Objection December 2016 Save Crimple Valley Objection to PN14: December 2016 Previous Local Plans treated Pannal as part of Harrogate while at the same time striving to prevent the coalescence of the two settlements; a policy which undoubtedly stemmed from the stated intention of the Council when it acquired the land in 1952.The consequences of the recent creation of the Pannal and Burn Bridge Parish Council may not have fully materialised and for the present the area between the two settlements is a matter for the present consultation. Nonetheless it is surprising that the DLP, in Draft Allocation Site PN14, allocates a major part of the open space between the two settlements in such a way as to promote the coalescence of the two settlements at a stroke. The site, Pannal Draft Housing Allocation Site PN 14 comprises 15.5 hectares and is treated throughout the DLP and the Sustainability Appraisal [SA] as one site. In reality the site is in 2 distinct parts in common ownership, divided by a major road and with different characteristics. Any thought of pedestrian access to the... Whois


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