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Policy A5 - Ashchurch

Policy A5 - Ashchurch The Strategic Allocation identified at Ashchurch (as shown on Policies map Plan A5) will be expected to deliver: i. Approximately 14 hectares of employment generating land; ii. A green infrastructure network of approximately 5 hectares including a green corridor along the route of the Tirle Brook and a woodland belt at the southern boundary of the site to minimise harm to views from Oxenton Hill and contribute to water quality enhancements; iii. Adequate flood risk management across the site and ensure that all more vulnerable development is located wholly within flood zone 1; iv. Primary vehicle access from the A46 and a secondary access from Fiddington Lane; v. Measures necessary to mitigate the traffic impact of the site, including the use of travel plans to encourage the use of more sustainable transport modes. This shall include consideration of the operation of the Strategic Road Network; vi. Development that does not prejudice future highway improvements to the A46. This may include requirements to safeguard sufficient land to allow for the delivery of future highway infrastructure improvements around the A46 and M5 Junction 9; vii. High quality public transport facilities and connections within and adjacent to the site. This may include measures that will help facilitate an enhanced rail passenger service from Ashchurch for Tewkesbury station and bus advantage measures along the A438 / A46 corridor where practical; viii. Safe, easy and convenient pedestrian and cycle links within the site and to key centres and the railway station, providing segregated links where practical. Plan A5 – Ashchurch 6.1.14 This Strategic Allocation lies to the south and east of Junction 9 of the M5, immediately south of the A46. It is bounded to the east by the main railway line. The Tirle Brook forms the southern boundary of the Strategic Allocation area. The current land use is predominantly agricultural, whereas the adjacent area to the north of the site is characterised by existing employment uses. Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Joint Core Strategy 2011-2031 Adopted December 2017 102

Policy A6 - Winneycroft The Strategic Allocation identified at Winneycroft (as shown on Policies map Plan A6) will be expected to deliver: i. At least 620 new homes; ii. A comprehensive green infrastructure network will be provided on site, including the provision of on-site allotments, a new on-site community orchard, and the retention of protected trees to support and improve the ecology of the area and contribute to water quality enhancements; iii. Areas of informal and formal recreation space on-site including the provision of permanent changing facilities; iv. Adequate flood risk management across the site, including betterment works to the Sudbrook to provide downstream attenuation and the potential for a sustainable drainage system for the M5 drainage to reduce the impact on the Sudbrook; v. A layout and form that integrates, where appropriate, important hedgerows within the development; vi. A layout and form that respects the landscape character of the edge of city setting and the transition to suburban and rural character to the south and east of the site and the Cotswold AONB; vii. A layout and form that respects the setting of all heritage assets including Winneycroft Farm and the adjacent historic orchard area; viii. A layout and form that reduces the impact of electricity pylons and high voltage lines; with the siting of residential development being a particular consideration; ix. Primary vehicle accesses from Corncroft Lane and Winnycroft Lane; x. Measures necessary to mitigate the traffic impact of the site, including the use of travel plans to encourage the use of more sustainable transport modes; xi. High quality public transport facilities and connections within and adjacent to the site; xii. Safe, easy and convenient pedestrian and cycle links within the site and to key centres and the wider green infrastructure network, providing segregated links where practical. Plan A6 ‐ Winneycroft 6.1.15 Winneycroft is an area located to the south east of Gloucester city where the existing urban fringe of Gloucester meets the semi-rural area. The area is bounded by Winnycroft Lane to the west, Corncroft Lane to the north and the M5 motorway to the east and south. The existing land use is agricultural land. Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Joint Core Strategy 2011-2031 Adopted December 2017 103

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