Respond to applications
Helping you to respond – Planning Applications
You can make an online response on the online form on this Hart web page (click here). You will have to register and login in order to make a comment. Remember that a simple response is equally as valid as a detailed technical one. You can also respond via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT TO DO
1) Click one of the links below here to view the application and login:
(160 residential dwellings, clubhouse and 64-bed Care Home)
(423 residential dwellings and a community facility, public open space and sports pitches, country park/SANG as an extension to Edenbrook Country Park).
(up to 300 residential dwellings, land for GP surgery including pharmacy, space for a convenience foodstore, open space, playing pitches & sports pavilion, MUGA and car park, landscaping, Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace (SANG) including car park and improvements to the A287/Redlands Lane junction)
2) Click on the comments tab, enter your comments, with as much objective supporting evidence as you can provide. Please contact FACE-IT if you need help with this – we have lots of useful information that can help support your case. Please contact FACE-IT via email: email@example.com
3) Tell your friends and neighbours and encourage them to get involved – the more responses, the better chance we have of influencing the decision
If you are unable to login to the planning application system you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your response. Comments can be made on an attached sheet with the reference number (14/01387/MAJOR), addressed to ‘Dear Sir’. Send with a covering email which includes your name and address.
HOW TO DO IT
The key document to read is the Material Planning Considerations (see below). This is useful guidance to allow you to focus on the issues that will have a real impact and must be considered during the planning process. Feel free to add any additional personal views and particular points you wish to make, but ideally the main thrust of your argument should be tied to one of these key issues.
For maximum impact, your objection should be framed around the policies and statements that define how the planning process works. We are far more likely to be successful if we use these as a basis for a reasoned and logical argument. To enable you to quickly access the most important documents, we have prepared the list below, separated into each major heading:
Documents for referral when writing your objection:
National Key Planning Documents:
National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), especially sections 2, 7, 10, 11
Local Hart Policies – Environmental:
Saved policies - Hart local plan
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