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Please work your way through the accompanying leaflet and give your responses to the various questions on the form below.  There is space at the end to give additional comments and contact details (optional).


When you have completed the form, simply click the submit button at the end of the form.

"To make Nuthall a place where families can prosper in a safe community to maximize their potential whilst protecting the environment for future generations."


Let us know what you think of this vision

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Teens

20’s

30’s

40’s

50’s

60’s

Older

Male

Female

No

Yes

(Please note that if you answer ‘Yes’ above, you will need to give your name, address, phone and email details so that we can contact you)

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Options

Housing and Built Environment The Draft Vision

1 To set requirements for types of housing - size, density, type and cost.


2 To use a criteria based policy for proposals for new housing.


3 To identify and allocate sites for new housing.


4 To set out strict design criteria for house extensions and related development.


5 To set criteria out for infill with restrictions in some areas.


6 To enable adaptation, including domestic scale renewable energy.


7 To set out policies to give freedom to people to extend their houses.


8 To develop additional detailed policies for the Conservation Area.


9 To set out polices to protect the character of other areas.

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Transport & Movement

Options

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3.1

1 To work with the Borough & County Councils & other districts on solutions for traffic problems linked to new development, (road building, public transport, walking, cycling routes and traffic management).


2 To better manage traffic in the village centre, including parking, weight/size of vehicles and physical features.


3 To require new building (10 houses, 0.25ha or 500 m2) to provide solutions for roads, parking, buses, walking and cycling


4 To allow larger shops and services outside the village centre through the re-use of employment sites, public houses etc.

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Business & the Village Centre

Options

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4.1

1 To focus on better walking, cycling and public transport links to other employment areas.


2 To protect existing business sites and recent employment allocations.


3 To be flexible to allow leisure, retail uses and/or housing on empty brown field sites.


4 To encourage the redevelopment of commercial and other property to provide new facilities and parking.


5 To set a high standard of design for shop fronts and signs with a unified approach in the centre.


6 To protect the existing shops and businesses in Nuthall.


7 To encourage local shops and service providers, e.g. Post Offices and Doctors.

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Open Space & Recreation

Options

1 To include a policy in the plan which protects all open spaces in Nuthall.


2 To set out proposals for new, extended or improved open spaces, allotments and recreation grounds, linked to new development.


3 To identify and protect natural features within and around open spaces, including trees, hedges, woodland, wetland and meadow areas.


4 To work with the Borough Council & other authorities on green infrastructure linked to new development close to Nuthall.


5 To set out proposals for new and improved footpath/cycle links to nearby countryside.




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Community Facilities & Schools

Options

1 To identify specific deficits and priorities for facilities & infrastructure, write a policy to support proposals which deliver those items.


2 To have policies to protect certain facilities/services/ infrastructure and support proposals that seek to enhance those assets.


3 To consider if there is a need for policies (in addition to those at national level) to protect school playing fields?


4 To encourage individual schools and the

education authority to be directly involved in the provision of walking and cycling routes.


5 As far as possible, to use the Plan to encourage the joint use of school facilities?






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Comments & Summary Sheet

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7.1

Name (optional):

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Address (optional):

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Telephone (optional):

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Email (optional):

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Age Group (optional):

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Gender (optional):

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Additional Comments

Housing and Built Environment:

(each box will scroll to accommodate your comments)

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Transport & Movement:

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Business and the Village Centre:

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Open Space & Recreation:

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Community Facilities and Schools:

and Finally . . .

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Would you like to join the Working Group?

The last day for returning questionnaire is

Sunday 14th December 2014


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