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Implementation and Monitoring Summary Comments

Representations on the Implementation and Monitoring Chapter

Number of representations on Evidence Base: 2

Objection: 0

Support: 0

Comment: 2


Three is no review policy within the plan and this should be a consideration of the Council. It is the intention of the Housing White Paper for plans to be reviewed every five years and Gladman therefore suggest that the plan would benefit from a policy within the Plan that would introduce a commitment to review in line with this. (Gladman Developments Ltd).

Public Health welcome the proposal to expand the number of indicators being monitored and would suggest that you incorporate some health and wellbeing indicators in order to monitor progress towards strategic policy 7. The Public Health Outcomes Framework provides a good source of data on a range of validated indicators and we would be happy to work with you on which indicators would be appropriate to include. (Hampshire County Council – Public Health).

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