West Suffolk Local Plan (Regulation 18) Issues and Options October 2020

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Mr Andrew Fillmore (Pigeon Inv… 22 Dec 2020

Part 2 - local issues Climate change Issues for the local plan

  • Comment ID: 399
  • Status: Accepted
Pigeon fully supports the Local Plans’ intentions to address climate change at a local level. We agree that development management policies and particularly adopting spatial patterns of development can lead to radical reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Pigeon believe that West Suffolk should adopt the ‘Future Homes Standard’ for all new housing from 2025 and focus on the strategic delivery of key aspects of the net zero economy such as hydrogen and electric vehicle infrastructure.
Mr Hugo Greer-Walker 21 Dec 2020

Part 2 - local issues Climate change Issues for the local plan

  • Comment ID: 323
  • Status: Accepted
Environmental standards for housing should be maximised. All housing approved should be of the highest environmental standards available at the time, regardless of cost.
Mr Gordon Hughes (Horringer Co… 18 Dec 2020

Part 2 - local issues Climate change Issues for the local plan

  • Comment ID: 236
  • Status: Accepted
EV charging facilities
Mr Chris Crisell (West Suffolk… 14 Dec 2020

Part 2 - local issues Climate change Issues for the local plan

  • Comment ID: 111
  • Status: Accepted
Any local plan should seek to exceed carbon zero and look at mechanisms to be carbon positive.
Mr. Neil Jarvis (Forestry Comm… 23 Nov 2020

Part 2 - local issues Climate change Issues for the local plan

  • Comment ID: 27
  • Status: Accepted
Carbon capture in new woodlands and timber for construction are vital.
Mrs Linda Bevan (Sturmer Flood… 14 Oct 2020

Part 2 - local issues Climate change Issues for the local plan

  • Comment ID: 5
  • Status: Accepted
Please include increased rainfall as a result of climate change which will lead to increase flood risk to this section