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PUBLICITY

Neighbours were notified initially followed by a re-consultation due to the submission of revised details. A total of 381 communications were received, 378 objecting and 3 making comment. Due to the extent of correspondence the following summarises the comments made although full versions are available to view on line or in the planning office.
Comments have been received from the following;

Mrs B Clare, 48 Grisedale Crescent Egglescliffe

Mr Shane Sellers, 2 Egglescliffe Court Egglescliffe

Ms Sandra McLeay, 32 Carew Close Yarm

Mrs Y Smith, 4 Springfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mr Joseph Darbyshire, 32 Carew Close Yarm

Simon Fletcher, 5 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

T,J & Harry Ripley, 3 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Mr I Johansson, 1 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Richard Foster, 2 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Melissa Whyte, 14 Cotherstone Close Eaglescliffe

Mr A Baines, 8 Cotherstone Close Eaglescliffe

Michael Dixon, 11 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Jonathan Danby, 18 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs B Sowerby, 112 Meadowfield Dr Eaglescliffe

Mrs J Martin, Swaledale House Darlington Road Long Newton

Mr David Raper, 10 Rushmere Heath Eaglescliffe

Mr Steven Peacock, 24 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs Gillian Elgie, 1 Egglestone Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs J Phillips, 20 Cotherstone Close Eaglescliffe

Mr D Howard, 10 Egglestone Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr J Mcmanus, 8 Egglestone Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs J Woollaston, 5 Egglestone Drive Eaglescliffe

N Stirland, 11 Cotherstone Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs Judith Simpson, 3 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Dr A Kaabneh, 19 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mr R Sawdon, 32 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Miss K Johnson, 28 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs Liz Yule, 9 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Sara Pearson, 14 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mr S Bedder, 10 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs S Summerfield, 5 Middleton Ce Eaglescliffe

Mr Gary Hughes, 4 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Grahan Midgley, 4 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mr Peter Savage, 6 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs Kathryn Kirby, 7 Newbiggin Close Eaglescliffe

George Kipling, 5 Newbiggin Close Eaglescliffe

A & J Ellis, 4 Newbiggin Close Eaglescliffe

A & K Sandys, 3 Newbiggin Close Eaglescliffe

John Graham, 1 Newbiggin Close Eaglescliffe,

Mrs H Blackett, 62 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mr Robert Wilde, 58 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mr DUnderwood, 54 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Ian Robinson, 44 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs J Davison, 42 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mr Ian Hunter, 31 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs D Robinson, 10 Yeadon Walk Middleton St George

Mrs L West, 27 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

C And S McNiff, 6 Ettersgill Close Eaglescliffe

M Hodgekinson, 4 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Mike Farbridge, 6 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs Audrey Carr, 11 Coatham Vale Eaglescliffe

Mr Shamas Sadieq, 51 Chaldron Way Eaglescliffe

Mr T Azad, Town End Farm Darlington Rd Elton

Mrs J Azad, Town End Farm Darlington Rd Elton

Mrs Shirley Miller, 26 Birchfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs Judith White, 7 Diligence Way Eaglescliffe

Mr A Davey, 74 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs J Watling, 37 Mayfield Crescent Eaglescliffe

Mr J topping, 39 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr Ian Smith, 4 Springfield Close Eaglescliffe

J Nichol, 19 Chillingham Drive, Chester le Street

S Robson, 36 Wisteria Gardens South Shields

Mr Chris Wilson, 29 Shearwater Lane Norton

Miss K Savage, 24 Burnmoor Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr A Weir, 7 Valley Gardens Eaglescliffe

Mrs K Thompson, 18 Valley Gardens Eaglescliffe

Mr T Charles Mackfall, 1 The Green Egglescliffe

Miss N Hartley, 3 Burn Wood Court Long Newton

Mr R Blackett, 7 Parkstone Place Eaglescliffe

Mr Gary Combes, 17 Jacklin Walk Eaglescliffe

Mr Bruce Merrick, 6 Rutherglen Walk Eaglescliffe

Ms M Atkinson, 11 Birchfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Miss J Lambert, 4 Swinburne Road Eaglescliffe

Mrs Maria Tyson, 1 Poplar Court Yarm

Mr D Mcmenamin, 18 Swinburne Rd Eaglescliffe

J and T Ripley, 3 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs A Marshall, The Gables, Urlay Nook Road Eaglescliffe

Miss Anqi Shen, 21 Wear Crescent Eaglescliffe

Mrs Claire Hardy, 63 Lingfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs J A. Nichol, 19 Chillingham Drive Chester le Street

Mrs P Neave, 5 Springfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs Carol Bowler, 12 Formby Walk Eaglescliffe

Mrs Sally Wake, 598 Yarm Road Eaglescliffe

Mrs A Smith, 89 Mayfield Crescent Eaglescliffe

Mr C Harrison, The Lodge Kirklevington Grange

Mr Ian Betts, 39 Grisedale Crescent Egglescliffe

Mrs E Heal-Betts, 39 Grisedale Cres Egglescliffe

Ms D Lunn, The Lodge Kirklevington Grange

Mr Robert Reeves, 12 Stevenson Close Yarm

Mr Swapan K Kole, 37 Coatham Vale Eaglescliffe

Matt Dunn, 42 Lingfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr David Mccormack, 9 Troutsdale Close Yarm

Mr Alex Scott, 3 Emsworth Drive Eaglescliffe

T Priestman, 5 Castlereagh Close Longnewton

Mr Peter Charles Roy, 10 Manor Drive Hilton

Mrs M Simpson, 15 Mayes Walk Yarm

Mrs S Murphy, 23 Grisedale Crescent Egglescliffe

S Cronin-Hunter, 31 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mr David Oakley, 35 Whinfell Avenue Eaglescliffe

Mrs Alex Wilde, 58 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs K West, 92 Meadowfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr Brian Plumb, 4 Church Road Egglescliffe

Mr Stephen Reed, 12 Chaldron Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs D Sandford, 47 Dinsdale Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs P Pappworth-McAllister, 4 Foxton Close Yarm

Mrs A Williams, 35 Coatham Vale Eaglescliffe

Mr David Page, 34 Carew Close Yarm

Mrs C Greenough, 680 Yarm Road Eaglescliffe

Mrs W Sheffield, 26 Clifton Avenue Eaglescliffe

Mr Peter Savage, 6 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

G Ripley, 10 Thornborough Cl Stockton

Paul Brown, 15 Orchard Mews Eaglescliffe

C & G Meadows, 3 Troutsdale Close Yarm

Cynthia Latcham, 12, Dunbar Drive Eaglescliffe

B Atkinson, 19 Dunbar Drive, Eaglescliffe

Brian Trenholm, 12 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr Martin Brown, 78 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Guy Studholme, 1 Alonby Court Long Newton

Mrs M Johnson, 10 Wentworth Way Eaglescliffe

Katie Fletcher, 5 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mr David Jolly, 10 Skiddaw Close Eaglescliffe

Richard Martin, 3 Low Church Wynd Yarm

Richard Martin, 3 Low Church Wynd, Yarm

Barry Alexander, 21 Aberdovey Drive Eaglescliffe

E A Duffield, 8 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mr harry Pinnegar, 6 Oakfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs V Robinson, 60 Mount Leven Road Yarm

Mr T Hodgson, 16 Valley Gardens Eaglescliffe

Mr D Johnson, 11 Holywell Green Eaglescliffe

Mr Douglas Black, 9 Atherton Way Yarm

Miss Janette Lyall, 9 Atherton Way Yarm

Mr P Veitch, Windlestone Urlay Nook Road Eaglescliffe

Mrs L Mcdonald, Field House Farm Worsall Rd

Mr Roger Marsden, 48 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Joe Cronin-Hunter, 31 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mr Paul Andrews, 22 Mount Leven Road Yarm

Mrs Carolyn Casey, 9 Kingsdale Close Yarm

Mr Gy Mundy, 28 Crosswell Park Ingleby Barwick

Mrs Helen Page, 34 Carew Close Yarm

Miss J Connor, 30 Coatham Vale Eaglescliffe

G Jaques, 132 Roseberry Crescent Great Ayton

Mrs K Fishburn, 61 Mayfield Crescent Eaglescliffe

Mrs Cathy Roberts, 3 Hatfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs P Connor, 30 Coatham Vale Eaglescliffe

Ms G Lynas, 35 Myrtle Road, Eaglescliffe,

Mr George Snarey, 24 cedar way Basingstoke

Miss C Brown, 78 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr Stephen Dobson, 11 The Crescent Eaglescliffe

Mr R Blundell, The Briars Yarm Road, See Document

L Rosemary Douglas, Riversdale Grange 26 Ashville Avenue

Mrs C Andrews, 22 Mount Leven Road Yarm

Mrs Tracy Jones, 3 Urlay Nook Road Eaglescliffe

Mr M Neave, 5 Springfield Close Eaglescliffe

J Latimer, 1A Countisbury Road, Stockton

Katherine Williams, 35 Coatham Vale Eaglescliffe

Margaret Foster, 2 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Mr P Harrison, Hill Rise The Green Egglescliffe

Mrs Janet Smith, 18 Springfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mr C Lennon, 3 Butterfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mr & Mrs N Grainger, 40 St Nicholas Gds Yarm

D A Wilson, 21 Mount Leven Road Yarm

Mr R Alexander, 18 Church Road Egglescliffe

Tom Ripley, 3 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Mr Peter Horner, 26 Carew Close Yarm

Mr Nicholas Miller, 26 Birchfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs Jill Harrison, Hill Rise, The Green Egglescliffe

Helen Hollins, 35 Royal George Drive Kingsmead

Ms T Dowson, 49 Burnmoor Drive Eaglescliffe

Alan Vaughan, 31 Dinsdale Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs Karen Evans, 17 Battersby Close Yarm

Mrs C Mundy, 28 Crosswell Park Ingleby Barwick

Mrs Moira Royal, 648 Yarm Road Eaglescliffe

Mr Robin Millman, 3 Church Close Egglescliffe

Mr P Dearlove, 44 Holme Land Ingleby Barwick

Alan Mounsey, 39 Urlay Nook Road Eaglescliffe

Mr Keith Fryett, 28 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs Win Bell, 7 Butts Lane Egglescliffe

Mr A Gibbings, 16 Turnberry Avenue Eaglescliffe

Mr James Davis, 74 Mount Leven Road Yarm

Mrs A Dobson, 24 Strathaven Drive Eaglescliffe

Ms L Nicolson, 1 Holmdene, High Street Yarm.

Mr Colin Scott, 3 Mayfield Close Eaglescliffe

M Howard, 10 Egglestone Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr S Brown, 78 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr S Blackett, 62 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs K Hanley, 92 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs Karen Brown, 78 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr Andrew Mcdonald, 30 Atlas Wynd Yarm

Mrs Janice Graham, 10 Battersby Close Yarm

Mrs D Hull, 10 Grisedale Crescent Egglescliffe

Mr Mark Lawrence, 19 Coatham Vale Eaglescliffe

Mr Jonathan Birch, 3 Manor Gate Long Newton

Mrs M Kipling, 5 Newbiggin Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs H Stephens, 8 Nicklaus Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs J Ramsey, 11 Brookwood Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs Suzanne Walton, 1C South View Eaglescliffe

Mr R Fenby, 16 Butterfield Grove Eaglescliffe

Craig Dean, 23 Coatham Vale Eaglescliffe

Candice Dean, 23 Coatham Vale Eaglescliffe

Muriel Lewis, 64 Limpton Gate Yarm

Mrs E Savage, 6 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Mr L Rosenberg, 1 Egglescliffe Court Egglescliffe

Ged Coulson, 6 Springfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs Valerie Hudson, 13 Dunbar Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr ross cousin, 14 Battersby Close Yarm

Mr M Williams, 35 Coatham Vale Eaglescliffe

Mr Simon Earley, 19 Whitfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs Anita Birch, 3 Manor Gate Long Newton

David Thompson, 4 Worsley Close Eaglescliffe

Helen Pickering, 19 Church Road Egglescliffe

Joan Trenholm, 12 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

D & T Jefferson, 2 Wasdale Drive Egglescliffe

Mrs H Halsall, 7 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe,

A Walker, 10 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

C Lynch , 2 Cotherstone Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs Gillian Scott, 1 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

S Wallace, 22 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

John Henderson, 10 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Nigel Billau, 2 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Sally Renwick, 9 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

David Allaway, 12 Egglestone Drive Eaglescliffe

Dr Randhawa, 7 Ettersgill Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs M Day, Scargill Urlay Nook Road

Mr M Martinson, 4 Hatfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs R H Reynolds, 9 Heathfield Close Eaglescliffe

D G C Emerton, 21 Grisedale Cres Egglescliffe

R T Martinson, 4 Hatfield Close Eaglescliffe

Christine Toothill, 6 Cromer Court Eaglescliffe

James Riach, 6 Monmouth Drive Eaglescliffe

Alan Toothill, 6 Cromer Court Eaglescliffe

Mrs C Batchelor, 37 Urlay Nook Road Eaglescliffe

G C And P Veitch, 25 Emsworth Drive Eaglescliffe

Mr & Mrs J Burton, 2 Ettersgill Close Eaglescliffe

Kevin Smith, 6 Baliol Croft Long Newton

J Blackett, 7 Parkstone Place Eaglescliffe

L Adamson, 51 Seymour Grove Eaglescliffe

Rachel Peake, 1 Newbiggin Close Eaglescliffe

Nigel Douglas, 44 Meadowfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs L Grierson, 31 Mayfield Crescent Eaglescliffe

M Grierson, 31 Mayfield Crescent Eaglescliffe

Mrs M Scott, 3 Seymour Avenue Eaglescliffe

Ian J Archibald, 6 Emsworth Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs P English, 66 Mount Leven Road Yarm

Pauline Webb, 53 Chaldron Way Eaglescliffe

David Webb, 53 Chaldron Way Eaglescliffe

Iain Wilson, 9 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

D Armstrong, North View Cottage, Darlington Rd

Joyce Longwill, 608 Yarm Road Eaglescliffe

S Ballantyne, 6 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs A Ballantyne, 6 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs C M Sherris, 18 Merlay Close Yarm

Mr J A L Sherris, 7 The Orchard High Church Wynd

Mr R W A Sherris, 8 Scholars Court West Street

Mr M J C Sherris, 15 Merryweather Court Central Street

Mrs Ann Warren, 32 The Slayde Yarm,

Mrs Smith, 11 Whitfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mr J A Fletcher, 3 Holyoake Way Eaglescliffe

WG And PM Jones, 2 Bankside Yarm

David H Noble, 592 Yarm Road Eaglescliffe

Mrs Wood, 26 Strathaven Drive Eaglescliffe

Jackie Turton, 34 Mayfield Crescent Eaglescliffe

M Carroll, 15 Birchfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Brian Austin Smith, 12 Moor Park Eaglescliffe

Jason Danby, 44 Lingfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Alison Danby, 44 Lingfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Jane Nicholls, 19 Valley Gardens Eaglescliffe

David Copley, 21 Urlay Nook Road Eaglescliffe

Miss R Copley, 21 Urlay Nook Road Eaglescliffe

Mrs D Copley, 21 Urlay Nook Road Eaglescliffe

Miss R Copley, 21 Urlay Nook Road Eaglescliffe

E Dowie, 28 Mount Leven Road Yarm

E Dowie, 28 Mount Leven Road Yarm

V A Walmsley, 19 Mayfield Crescent Eaglescliffe

E M Routledge, 19 Seymour Drive Eaglescliffe

A Cronin-Hunter, 31 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs E Ripley, 10 Thornborough Close Stockton

Catriona Britton, 12 Cromer Court Eaglescliffe

Mrs Rita Clark, 66 Greenfield Drive Eaglescliffe

G M McGarthy, 6 Newbiggin Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs M Bulmer, 7 Heathfield Close Eaglescliffe

G M McGarthy, 6 Newbiggin Close Eaglescliffe

Gerald Helm, 22 Meadowfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Peter Elliott, 48 Butterfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Ivy Duffield, 8 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Alfred James Duffield, 2 Springwell Ingleton

Margaret Lau, 76 Forest Road Aberdeen

C M Hanrahan, 25 Clifton Avenue Eaglescliffe,

Mr M Howell, 1 Talisman Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs L Howell, 1 Talisman Close Eaglescliffe

Hanrahan, 25 Clifton Avenue Eaglescliffe

Rachel Power, 15 Cotherstone Close Eaglescliffe

Jill Simmons, 6 Egglestone Drive Eaglescliffe

David Yule, 9 Middleton Close Eaglescliffe

Aarun Simmons, 6 Egglestone Drive Eaglescliffe

Kate Soley, 18 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

P & D Foster, 16 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

A Gallagher, 78 Meadowfield Drive Eaglescliffe

B Gallagher, 78 Meadowfield Drive Eaglescliffe

Sheila Carr, 46 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Stuart Wilkinson, 11 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Brian Sowerby, 7 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs N P Greenstreet, 7 Manor Gate Long Newton

Mrs Richardson, 6 Parkside Long Newton

Julie Boston, 26 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Susan Heath, 23 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs Ella-Maria Lynch, 2 Cotherstone Close Eaglescliffe

G Trueforth, Mountain Ash Cottage Darlington Rd

A Power, 15 Cotherstone Close Eaglescliffe

Cora Durham, 20 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Eileen Marsay, 7 Oakfield Avenue Eaglescliffe

Mr & Mrs A Delderfield, 16 Cotherstone Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs J Meadley, 18 Cotherstone Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs C Billau, 2 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

C Henderson, 10 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

J Butterworth, 48 Whitehouse Croft Long Newton

C Butterworth, 48 Whitehouse Croft Long Newton

Ruth Blundell, The Briars Yarm Road

Sylvia Jean Clift, The Mews Butts Lane

Ann Smith, 4 Formby Walk Eaglescliffe

Dr Alex Conradie, 4 Aberdovey Drive Eaglescliffe

Mrs Lorraine Axon, 8 Ettersgill Close Eaglescliffe

Dr Sean Axon, 8 Ettersgill Close Eaglescliffe

Tim Renwick, 9 Langdon Way Eaglescliffe

Mr Stewart, 21 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe,

Mrs J Stewart, 21 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Sandra Burns, 1 Ettersgill Close Eaglescliffe

Sarah Williams, 6 Oakfield Avenue Eaglescliffe

D & C Welsh, 13 Heathfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mrs J Mahmood, 3 Springfield Close Eaglescliffe

Mr And Mrs Best, 11 South View Eaglescliffe

30 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

S Coverdale, 56 Grassholme Way Eaglescliffe

Mrs B Dyson, 9 Manor Gate Long Newton

Mrs S M Jones, 2 Formby Walk Eaglescliffe

Mr J Brand, 47 Butterfield Drive, Eaglescliffe

A Donaldson, 41 Greenfield Dr, Eaglescliffe

M Cherrett, 12 Holywell Green, Eaglescliffe

H Rhodes, 47 Greenfield Dr, Eaglescliffe

N Rosenberg, 1 Eaglescliffe Ct, Eaglescliffe

T Hodgkinson, 4 Langdon Way, Eaglescliffe

P Dawson, 1 Springfield Close, Eaglescliffe

P Chadwick, 1 Seymour Grove, Eaglescliffe

V Chadwick, 1 Seymour Grove, Eaglescliffe

T Stafford, The Orchard, Urlay Nook Road

S Maddy, 26 Grassholme Way, Eaglescliffe

L Geddes, 30 Grassholme Way, Eaglescliffe

A Peacock, 4 Egglestone Drive, Eaglescliffe

A Gray, 24 Birchfield Dr, Eaglescliffe

A Vickers, 13 Lingfield Dr, Eaglescliffe

A Dennis, 9 Heathfield Close, Eaglescliffe

C Hills, 82 Mayfield Crescent, Eaglescliffe

Mr J Lobo, 46 Grassholme Way, Eaglescliffe

J lightfoot, 13 Hatfield Close, Eaglescliffe

L Farrow, 3 Highfield Close, Eaglescliffe

M Farrow, 3 Highfield Close, Eaglescliffe

D Shuttleworth,

A & A Barber, Laneside, Eaglescliffe Low

J Wallace, 21 Greenfield Dr, Eaglescliffe

E Wallace, 22 Langdon Way, Eaglescliffe

B & C Hurst, 5 Orchard Mews, Eaglescliffe

J Rigg, 9 Arsiaig Close, Eaglescliffe

R Haughton, 3 Lorraine Grove Norton

M Duffield, 8 Grassholme Way

Mr M Duffield 8 Grassholme Way

K Killick, 10 Roedean Drive, Eaglescliffe

P Brooks, 7 Portland Close, Eaglescliffe

S Donachie, 19 Sledmore Drive, Acklam

J Walker, 37 Grisedale Crescent, Egglescliffe



Objections / Comments made
Policy Based

Under The Localism Act and within The National Planning Policy Framework, decisions on planning have been devolved to a local level and as residents we have to be consulted on planning issues. The current public consultation finishes on 24th September 2012 and will then be reviewed, with a new policy not being implemented until 2014. However, all of the decisions currently being considered for planning applications in Yarm and Eaglescliffe will have been decided before our views have been taken in to consideration and the policy implemented. To that end, it may be perceived that Stockton Borough Council is in breach of both the Localism Act and the NPPF.


The Core Development Document is the current working document of Stockton Borough Council planners until the new policy is implemented in 2014 and as such, the policies set out in this document should be adhered to. Both The National Planning Policy Framework and the Core Strategy Development Document stipulate that priorities should be given to the development of Brownfield sites. As Urlay Nook is a Greenfield site it should not be considered when other Brownfield sites are still available and just because 80% of previous developments in the Borough have been on brownfield sites this does not make it acceptable to residents and it infringes on greenfield sites.

The Core Development clearly states that should permission be granted for 500 houses on Allens West then this would significantly reduce the need for further housing provision. As permission for 843 houses has been granted, why do we need additional housing on Urlay Nook? The land is not allocated for housing in the approved development plan and options for change to this plan are still undergoing public consultation.

The LDD document declares a requirement for 550 dwellings per annum for the next 15yrs in the Borough and worryingly adds a further 20% buffer on top of that instead of opting for the recommended 5%. These decisions are questionable in the light of the economic climate and slow housing market, particularly in the case of executive housing. Given the development at Urlay Nook is approved, where is the evidence of large scale business investment to support the employment for this development and others around Yarm?
However, even without any adjustment the implementation of the 5% buffer results in 8662 dwellings for the Plan over the 2012-2017 period. The Plan also states that the commitment deliverable over the Plan period is 9760 houses, this being 118% of the stated housing requirement. Limiting this to 105% in line with a 5% buffer would result in the need for 1098 less dwellings planning permissions. This is the situation even before amending the housing requirement to a more justified basis. The forecasts in the plan are unreasonably optimistic and over-inflated and that the implementation of a 5% rather than the unnecessary 18% buffer would mean the housing requirement for the authority would be more realistic. Also, if my reading of the authority's own housing survey (2011) is correct, there is already a surplus of supply over demand of 23% in the Yarm, Eaglescliffe and Preston area. The future predicted demand for housing in the area will almost equal supply with the exception of just over 100 four + bed executive houses and a small number of bungalows.

The Council should reject the RSS targets and substitute forecasts which more correctly reflect current economic and demographic circumstances. Substituting objectively justified targets may well mean that there is no shortfall in potential housing delivery during the period 2012-2017. The assumption that housing demand will continue at 555 dwellings per year is not objectively justified and to continue with this false assumption brings the risk that more planning permissions on greenfield sites like Urlay Nook will be unnecessarily granted. There is now evidence that other authorities are rejecting the RSS targets and downwardly adjusting their housing targets and I recommend that Stockton does the same.

Further phases are likely to increase the number of houses to 570.

The LDD Preferred Options plan clearly states that any new developments must be sustainable. Strategic Policy SPI - 'Presumption in Favour of Sustainable Development' - Point 1 states 'Proposals can be approved wherever possible, and to secure development that improves the economic, social and environmental conditions in the area'.

I would point out that this development does not fit this criteria, nor is it sustainable and therefore is in breach of the policies contained within the LDD. I base this on the following: there will be a greater volume of traffic on the local road network, increasing air and noise pollution. There are as yet no plans to improve the road infrastructure around Yarm and Eaglescliffe, nor is there evidence of any serious road traffic surveys done except those done by developers themselves which are questionable as to how thorough they are.

The reasons for a lack of new housing does not come from lack of available sites of which there is already an excess in Stockton (current Local Plan). To believe that an increased supply of greenfield sites automatically brings new housing development as implied in the new plan means that when this does not happen more sites will then have to be released. These will then additionally be stored by developers into ever larger land banks until large swathes of greenfield land with unnecessary planning permissions are simply taken out of use until the housing market recovers. When this happens massive urban sprawl will result with the authority facing the permanent loss of its environmentally high value and wildlife rich green areas. In short, a period of housing under-performance will be followed by over-performance. I contend a more realistic and evidence-based housing strategy should be incorporated into the new Local Plan by Stockton Council, and one more in the long term interest of Stockton and its different local residents.

Stockton Council's Core Strategy Document (which outlines current policy to the year 2026) states that:


  • Policy 7(2) no additional sites will be allocated before 2016

  • Policy 7(3) between 2016 and 2021 approximately 50 to 100 dwellings will be allocated to Yarm, Eaglescliffe and Preston.

  • Policy 12.15 states that that should the Allens West site be approved for 500 dwellings, it would significantly reduce the need for new housing provision to meet the Regional Spatial Strategy requirement. 845 dwellings were approved.

The statement that the Council will open up opportunities for development in greenfield areas adjacent to the conurbation means developers will desert investing in the Core Area and move onto green field sites. There is considerable evidence that this is already happening, and spectacularly. The Council needs to recognise that a positive greenfield development strategy will simply condemn the Stockton Core Area population to living in an increasingly derelict and highly undesirable poverty stricken environment.

There is now significant national evidence that despite the large number of planning applications granted this does not necessarily result in the development of these sites for housing. As a result this strategy gives no help to the local authority to meet its more immediate local population needs and to deliver on local housing requirements. Indeed, another disastrous consequence is happening, developers are leaving many of their undeveloped green field sites, with or without planning permission, to increasing neglect and dereliction. For an authority like Stockton, the housing strategy in the new Local Plan will simply increase the abandonment of its town centre with the probability of replicating this dereliction in the outer areas leaving the whole town in a far worse environmental condition. Indeed, these planning policies could well be disastrous for both the economic and environmental sustainability of the whole borough and send large areas of it into catastrophic decline.

In the 1990's Stockton Council with the help of City Challenge grants pedestrianized Stockton High Street. Now some 15 or so years later more sums of money are being spent on the High Street. However by concentrating house building on places like Eaglescliffe and Yarm and the periphery of the Borough, the Council is not making it easier for residents to visit the High Street and the money will be wasted. The result is the so-called dough-nut effect ie a town centre without residents. If Stockton Council want a vibrant Town Centre, it must have people living in it.

Developers want to build on greenbelt land because it makes more money for them and the Council makes money from the new homes bonus and additional Council Tax revenue. It is clear then that this decision is not about what is best for Eaglescliffe and Yarm.


There remains a significant number of homes for sale in existing areas. This housing proposal, as all do, fails to put the proposal in context of the Teesside residential development map (the space that still remains for the Middlehaven project for example),
Our towns are being abandoned and left as ghost towns when lovely redevelopments could be made and the town (Stockton being a good example) revitalised and made pleasurable again. Surely it is a cheaper option to redevelop than start from scratch!

Come on Stockton Council - wise up and do the right thing, for the sake of our children and grandchildren who deserve to enjoy the Countryside as we have done.

If this is approved, what stops further development down the A67 corridor and up to the A66? As the baby boomer generation downsize, there will be more houses on the market offering the urban areas that this development proposes in the next 5 years. That need will be met. In terms of affordable housing; smaller, more energy efficient, as the economy slowly makes its way out of recession, that would be best achieved on brownfield sites around Stockton and the river, closer to existing amenities and public transport hubs.

The lessons of Ingleby Barwick have not been learned.

Chris Musgrave, Wynyard Park, reference 11/2482/EIS, stated, during committee 30 May 2012, that deliverability was crucial and that Wynyard Park had a strong record of delivery and that it was confident of bringing in three of the biggest house builders to the site. Taylor Wimpey are one of the biggest house builders whose interest may be being diverted by the prospect of Urlay Nook Phase 1?
I hope Stockton Council adhere to the National Planning Policy Framework and their own Core Development Policy of 2010 to redevelop brown field sites. I am not entirely convinced by the claim that due to the Government removing funding for remediation of brown field sites that there are no alternative means of funding available. What about the new homes bonus, can that not be utilised? Urlay Nook is a Green Field site in the form of agricultural land, why should this site be developed when there are brown field sites available in the area? This is unnecessary urban sprawl.
As regards demand, given the large number of approved developments still to be undertaken, the projected figures in the Preferred Options do not stack up. Stockton's own figures show that in 2011 there was a significant overall surplus of supply over demand in the Yarm, Eaglescliffe and Preston area. The extent and depth of the double dip recession was not taken into account in the Preferred Options. The most recent housing statistics show that the situation is getting worse not better.
If more housing is needed and I don’t agree that it is, why is it being built on a greenfield site when the Elementis site and its old ecology park remain empty and derelict? Open spaces are disappearing all over the area, let’s leave what Greenfield sites we have green.
Stockton Council's Core Strategy Document (which outlines current policy to the year 2026) states that:

  • Policy 10(3) states the separation between settlements, together with the quality of the urban environment, will be maintained through the protection and enhancement of the openness and amenity value of:


i) Strategic gaps between the conurbation and the surrounding towns and villages, and between Eaglescliffe and Middleton St George.

ii) Green wedges within the conurbation, including River Tees Valley from Surtees Bridge to Yarm……


Also the three new developments at Tesco round a about, behind the Cleveland Bay and the apartments next to the Blue Bell they struggle to sell them! so why do we need more housing?
Stockton Council has not listened to residents objections so now it becomes a truly undemocratic procedure of "who can shout the loudest", individual objections, petitions, residents meetings etc. none of which would be necessary if the Council made sensible decisions.




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