Hart Local Plan Regulation 19 Consultation

Consultation Closed

Thank you for your contribution

 

The process for making a submission is as follows:

  1. Go to the Hart Local Plan Consultation page of the Council website.
  2. From the Hart website, download and complete Response Form Part A (Personal Details). A copy can be downloaded here.
  3. Also download and complete the Response Form Part B (Your Representations), a separate Part B is required for each representation you wish to make. A copy can be downloaded here. Make sure you include words of this form in each representation. Policy [X] is not sound because it is not [positively prepared, justified, effective or consistent with national policy] (delete as appropriate).
  4. Once you have filled in Part A and Part B, please email them to planningpolicy@hart.gov.uk or post them to Planning Policy Team, Hart District Council, Harlington Way, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 4AE.
Submissions have to be made before 4pm on 26 March 2018. If you are keen to get your submission completed, you can use the summary guide we have pulled together, or for the more adventurous, you can use our full submission. Please edit the text into your own words.

WAG and HWPS Hart Local Plan Regulation 19 Guides

HWPS Reg 19 Guide

WAG Regulation 19 guide

We Heart Hart Guides

WHH Local Plan Reg 19 Guide

WHH Local Plan Reg 19 Entry

Hart is including an unnecessary new town

An unnecessary new town has been included in the Hart Local Plan Regulation 19 Consultation. Here are our arguments explaining why it should be removed.

Hart planning to build too many houses

The Hart Local Plan Regulation 19 Consultation is planning to build far more houses than the new Government figures suggest. This is unnecessary and unsustainable

Brownfield development is being restricted

Outside of the  Hart Local Plan Regulation 19 consultation, the council is introducing policies to restrict brownfield development.

Missed opportunity to regenerate our urban centres

The Hart Local Plan Regulation 19 Consultation includes policies to restrict the regeneration of our urban centres.

No plan for infrastructure

The Hart Local Plan Regulation 19 Consultation contains no tangible plans for infrastructure and will end up starving funds from the urban centres most in need.

Restore the strategic gps between settlements

The Hart Local Plan Regulation 19 Consultation removes key strategic gaps around Hartley Wintney and Hook. Let's restore our proud settlements.