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“BDOG 02”

Appendix 2 Allocations


 

Site

Reference

Location

Commentary

HOUSING

HA377

Brynhir Tenby

Site has been extended to the south to include land north of the Tenby cemetery which will assist with open space contribution at the site. There

is no change to the number of dwellings expected as a result of this. Development must take account of the archaeological potential and trees

at the site. A study will be required to assess capacity of the sewage treatment works, to be funded by the developer. Phasing is also proposed to help the development be absorbed into the town.

HA723

Former Cottage Hospital, Tenby

This site may be required to provide access to the Rectory car park site to

the south. Potential contamination and archaeology are considerations.

HA724

Rectory Car Park, Tenby

Redevelopment of this site has the potential to enhance this area of

Tenby by providing an extension of the strong architecture along the

Esplanade. Residents parking will be required as part of the redevelopment. The need to satisfy essential car parking requirements for this area will form part of any redevelopment proposal, and consideration of a wider parking and traffic management study. A study will be needed to assess the capacity of the sewage treatment works, to be funded by the developer.

HA752

Butts Field Car Park, Tenby

Appropriate access must be achieved along with an appropriate role for public car parking. Any studies for sewer system capacity/flows must be

funded by the developer.

HA760

Reservoir Site, Tenby

The site is contained within an area which acts as a green corridor. The role of the area as a green corridor will need to be continued. The

potential access opportunities to this site rely on the development of Butts

Field to the south. This site is more likely to come forward during the later stages of the plan. Any studies for sewer system capacity/flows must be funded by the developer. Archaeological remains may also be present.

HA727

West of Narberth Road, Tenby

Access is technically achievable but will require acquisition of 3rd party land to achieve adequate visibility splay to the south.

HA737

West of Glasfryn Road, St Davids

The upgrading of the whole length of Glasfryn Road is required prior to development of any part of this site. It is considered that the housing

allocation HA737 can fund this road improvement (costs caculated in June

2006) using the Three Dragons Toolkit. However, Pembrokeshire County Council is also exploring public funding options that might assist in the delivery of this road improvement. The sewage treatment works may require upgrading to accommodate development but no investment bid has been included in the current programme. Development may have to be delayed until after 2015 if a developer funded study shows the sewage treatment works to have insufficient capacity unless the developer(s) pays for any necessary improvements. Phasing is also proposed to help the development be absorbed into the town.

HA789

Adjacent to Ysgol Bro Dewi, Nun

Street, St Davids

Additional planting within the site, particularly within the north-western portion will be required to assimilate this site into the sensitive landscape.

HA825

North of Feidr Eglwys, Newport

Development of this site will need to respect the character and setting of

Site

Reference

Location

Commentary

the Conservation Area and church and additional and significant planting within the site area will be required. The density of development will need to limited to 12 dwellings to ensure that it does not harm the character of the area and to meet access constraints. It is not known whether there is an archaeological resource on site which would further constrain the development of this site. Geophysical survey and trial trenching are recommended by Dyfed Archaeological Trust prior to submitting an application in order to ascertain the type and extent of the resource.

HA220

Caravan Park, Parrog Road, Newport

The number of units on this site is restricted by the junction of Parrog

Road with the A487. Additional landscaping along the northern boundary of the site is required to help assimilation in the landscape.

HA750

Depot Site, Crymych

This site is located at the southern edge of Crymych. Well designed perimeter planting to the site is required to achieve enhancement of the local landscape character.

HA734

South Driftwood Close, Broad Haven

The upper edges of any development should be well-vegetated to provide definition to the edge and properly assimilate any development into the

landscape which will enhance the special qualities of the National Park. Improvements are needed to the sewage treatment works. If the works

are not included in Dwr Cymrus programme of improvements (due November 2009) then developer contributions will be required to upgrade the sewerage system.

HA704

Junction of Sandyke Road and

Millmoor Way, Broad Haven

See housing site HA813 New Hedges for advice from the Coal Authority which also relates to this site.

A future growth arrow indicates that further land is considered suitable for development beyond the plan period to the south-east of the allocated site, at a similar density.

HA382

Castle Way, Dale

An estate road is required to access the development of this site.

HA732

East of Herbrandston Hall,

Herbrandston

A flood consequence assessment will be required due to potential sewer system overload/capacity levels. A buffer zone of 7m alongside the stream is required.

HA821

Green Grove, Jameston

The acceptable relocation of the agricultural shed would be a determining factor in the acceptability of any development at this site, as will be

appropriate planting and architectural design.

HA730

Opposite Bush Terrace, Jameston

Planting to the south of the site would help to assimilate the stark line of houses on the skyline and help to reduce the obtrusive farm buildings

nearby to the west. This requires a substantial planting belt, with new hedgebank boundary features, which would help to preserve and enhance the character of the landscape. Landscaping and planting, sensitive architectural design and density and a development pattern which reflects existing building within Jameston will be important

considerations in mitigating impact on the historic environment.

A study will be required to assess the capacity of the sewage treatment works, and the developer will be required to pay for the study. If there is insufficient capacity, the development of the site will be delayed until after

2015, unless the developer also funds the improvements. Phasing is also proposed to help the development be absorbed into the village.

A future growth arrow indicates that further land is considered suitable for development beyond the plan period to the west of the allocated site at a similar density.

 

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