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The policy is vague and unenforceable. Neither should it be a vehicle to attempt to implement a climate change response. In the first 5 years of this plan, it is unlikely that residents shall be forced from their cars in droves. The policy is unlikely to deliver more walking to local amenities simply because in many of the Green Belt villages the communities and their supporting services are dispersed, that’s why they are in the Green Belt. Designing out garages and car parking spaces will result in on-road parking, leading to unsafe roads and unsafe areas around new housing. All references in this policy that seek to enforce walking should be removed as that is enforcing change by planners’ ‘dictat’, not by consent.

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