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Southend Central Area Action Plan (SCAAP) Preferred Approach 2015

Question 27: Do you agree with the proposed approach to managing development within the Central Seafront Policy Area and sites OS7, OS8, OS9 and CS1.1? Please explain your answer.

Representation ID: 2120

Received: 15/02/2016

Respondent: Stockvale Group

Representation Summary:

The STOCKVALE GROUP support the Public Realm improvements and further connectivity down through and into the Seafront. The STOCKVALE GROUP recognise that Pier Hill has had a huge success in this regard.

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Southend Central Area Action Plan (SCAAP) Preferred Approach 2015

Question 27: Do you agree with the proposed approach to managing development within the Central Seafront Policy Area and sites OS7, OS8, OS9 and CS1.1? Please explain your answer.

Representation ID: 2121

Received: 15/02/2016

Respondent: Stockvale Group

Representation Summary:

There is a greater opportunity to look at the Seaway site as a Gateway both connecting the High Street around St Johns through Lucy Road and down onto the Seafront. This is a fantastic opportunity that could yield both greatly improved Public Realm, High Street offer and experience and a significant number of residential units.

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Southend Central Area Action Plan (SCAAP) Preferred Approach 2015

Question 21: Do you agree with the proposed approach to managing development within the London Road Policy Area? Please explain your answer. If you consider that the timescale for delivering OS15 shou

Representation ID: 2122

Received: 15/02/2016

Respondent: Stockvale Group

Representation Summary:

In relation to the existing Sainsburys site and redevelopment of the whole block OS15. This is a site that could take a significantly higher building to cater for a larger number of residential units, complementing the Victoria Gateway proposals to re-use the redundant office space to residential. Fantastic views are offered here and the larger number of residential units would sustain the A3 restaurant and café uses around the top end of the High Street and stub end of London Road. This all needs to be considered in relation to adequate onsite parking provision, greater connectivity to public transport and a greatly enhanced Public Realm. The Stockvale Group would call for the Council to present design codes to ensure the design quality of development meets the Councils high aspirations.

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Southend Central Area Action Plan (SCAAP) Preferred Approach 2015

Question 21: Do you agree with the proposed approach to managing development within the London Road Policy Area? Please explain your answer. If you consider that the timescale for delivering OS15 shou

Representation ID: 2123

Received: 15/02/2016

Respondent: Stockvale Group

Representation Summary:

The stub end of London Road should be landscaped and enhanced to include mature tree planting as a boulevard into Victoria Circus. The A3 restaurant and café uses at the top end of the High Street have been a huge success and through the SCAAP document this could be further encouraged with the inclusion of some small stalls to encourage street food and pop up food outlets centred around a large kiosk or amphitheatre at Victoria Circus. These small pavilions could then spread to the northern quadrant of the High Street. This would further stimulate the eastern end of London Road and the top end of the High Street as a destination for eateries and later entertainment to extend the evening economy.

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Southend Central Area Action Plan (SCAAP) Preferred Approach 2015

Question 24:Do you agree with the proposed approach to managing development within the Warrior Square Policy Area and Opportunity Site 5: Warrior Square? Please explain your answer

Representation ID: 2124

Received: 15/02/2016

Respondent: Stockvale Group

Representation Summary:

The STOCKVALE GROUP wholly supports proposals for Elmer Square and repeats the comments that have been made in relation to the High Street. There is a greater opportunity for this segment of the High Street to have a mixture of uses as well as retail. This includes office space that directly correlates to the education hub and again a strong residential use above this segment of the High Street. The STOCKVALE GROUP recognise that the Local Authority, University and South East Essex College has already delivered significant achievements in realising the aspirations so far.

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Southend Central Area Action Plan (SCAAP) Preferred Approach 2015

Question 23: Do you agree with the proposed approach to managing development within the Queensway Policy Area and Opportunity Site 4: Queensway? Please explain your answer.

Representation ID: 2125

Received: 15/02/2016

Respondent: Stockvale Group

Representation Summary:

Support a vastly regenerated and improved area. The
STOCKVALE GROUP recognises the value in creating innovative housing typologies and a high quality built environment.

Comment

Southend Central Area Action Plan (SCAAP) Preferred Approach 2015

Question 17: Do you agree with the proposed approach to the management of transport, access an the public realm in Southend Central Area? Please explain your answer.

Representation ID: 2126

Received: 15/02/2016

Respondent: Stockvale Group

Representation Summary:

There are a couple of issues that the STOCKVALE GROUP want to ensure are adequately addressed through the SCAAP. The first of those is the potential of having residents parking zones, this could have a negative effect on the existing Town Centre on and off street parking and consume spaces that are vital for visitors.

Comment

Southend Central Area Action Plan (SCAAP) Preferred Approach 2015

Question 23: Do you agree with the proposed approach to managing development within the Queensway Policy Area and Opportunity Site 4: Queensway? Please explain your answer.

Representation ID: 2127

Received: 15/02/2016

Respondent: Stockvale Group

Representation Summary:

There are a couple of issues that the STOCKVALE GROUP want to ensure are adequately addressed through the SCAAP. The first of those is the potential of having residents parking zones, this could have a negative effect on the existing Town Centre on and off street parking and consume spaces that are vital for visitors.

Comment

Southend Central Area Action Plan (SCAAP) Preferred Approach 2015

Question 23: Do you agree with the proposed approach to managing development within the Queensway Policy Area and Opportunity Site 4: Queensway? Please explain your answer.

Representation ID: 2128

Received: 15/02/2016

Respondent: Stockvale Group

Representation Summary:

The STOCKVALE GROUP would wish to ensure that the Queensway policy area provides connectivity into the Seaway Car Park and the opportunity to see Seaway as a Gateway to the Seafront and the first visual connection to the Sea is not lost.

Comment

Southend Central Area Action Plan (SCAAP) Preferred Approach 2015

Question 27: Do you agree with the proposed approach to managing development within the Central Seafront Policy Area and sites OS7, OS8, OS9 and CS1.1? Please explain your answer.

Representation ID: 2129

Received: 15/02/2016

Respondent: Stockvale Group

Representation Summary:

The STOCKVALE GROUP would wish to ensure that the Queensway policy area provides connectivity into the Seaway Car Park and the opportunity to see Seaway as a Gateway to the Seafront and the first visual connection to the Sea is not lost.

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