Dear Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council,
The joint DC/BCP strategic review of the Green Belt includes the following note :-
" The harm assessments, presented in the second stage of the review, have been considered when assessing whether there could be 'exceptional circumstances' for changes to Green Belt boundaries."
It is also understood that further details will be presented about the approach to development in the green Belt in a specific background paper as part of the relevant consultations relating to Local Plans in Dorset. I cannot find any such paper. Is it still envisaged and awaited ? If so, is there any planned delivery date for the paper ?
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Good afternoon, Thank you for your information request received by BCP Council on 22 February.
We do not have the information you want, but it is held by Dorset Council. In view of this I have sent them a copy of your request.
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Dear GI RFI,
Thank you for passing my question on to Dorset Council, since you are not involved in the matter.
It is regretted that the matter has been left to that Council since 'usage details' are a matter of subjective opinion that therefore require maximum opinions to be properly harnessed, rather that the reverse.
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