'Bold Type' M Policies - that is: the policy without the supporting text
See the Bristol Local Plan link for the full text
MI Transport Development Control Criteria
M1 Development will be permitted provided that it meets the relevant criteria listed below, having regard to the particular nature of the development proposed:–
- (i) It safeguards transport proposals, as shown on the Proposals Map
- (ii) It provides safe and adequate access on to the existing highway network having regard to environmental considerations. Where the development has internal circulation areas for vehicles, it achieves a high standard of road safety
- (iii) It avoids the introduction of traffic of excessive volume, size or weight on to unsuitable highways or into residential and other environmentally sensitive areas
- (iv) It provides off-street parking, servicing and loading facilities in accordance with the standards set out in the schedule
- (v) It provides facilities for cyclists and pedestrians
- (vi) It provides traffic calming measures
- (vii) It provides funding of appropriate transport improvements to overcome unsatisfactory transport conditions created or exacerbated as a direct result of the development
- (viii) It does not increase the need to travel and does not encourage the unnecessary use of cars or lorries
- (ix) It provides for access by disabled people within the external layout of buildings
- (x) It does not involve the loss of rear access lanes and garage courts which provide valuable off-street parking, or makes alternative provision for any such loss
- (xi) It avoids the introduction of unnecessary lorry traffic into the city centre or where environmental quality would be harmed or congestion increased.
M2 Development in Traffic Free Areas
M2 In the special circumstances where, for safety and environmental reasons, general traffic will be excluded, development will be permitted provided that a balance isstruck between convenience, safety and environmental considerations, whilst still giving access for service and emergency vehicles.
M3 Public transport provision for large scale developments
M3 In developments whose scale, location or intensity is such that they will generate substantial numbers or concentrations of trips, facilities for public transport will be provided.
M4 Public Transport: Park and Ride
M5 Park and Ride: Avonmouth site
M6 Public Transport: Bus and Coach Station – Marlborough Street
M7 Public Transport: Alternative Coach Station
M8 Public Transport: Coach Facilities
M9 Public Transport: Temple Meads
M10 Public Transport: Rail Improvements
M11 Public Transport: Rail Stations
M12 Public Transport: Protection of Ex-Rail Corridors
M12 Development will not be permitted on ex-railway corridors which may serve to provide cycle routes, pedestrian paths or rapid transit routes.
Existing ex-railway corridors are defined as Greenways and/or safeguarded rapid transit routes on the Proposals Map.
M13 Public Transport: Light Rapid Transit Safeguarded Routes
M14 Parking: Commuter Parking
M15 Parking: Commuted Payments
M16 Cycling and Pedestrians
M16 In determining Planning Applications account will be taken of opportunities to enhance the pedestrian and cycle networks.
Development will be permitted when it incorporates measures to take advantage of such opportunities.
M17 Traffic Management and Avonmouth
M18 Freight: Rail Freight Facilities
M19 Highway Network: New Roads – Environmental and Economic Effects
M20 Highway Network: Improvements to the Primary Road Network
M21 Highway Network: Primary Route Network Amendments: Redcliffe Way
M22 Highway Network: Avonmouth/Severnside
M23 Highway Network: Minor Road Improvements
M24 Highway Network: Highway Improvements/Abandonment of Old Road Improvement Lines
Schedule to Policies
M1, M14, M15 P107 Revised Parking Standards Explanatory Notes
Car Parking Standards P112
Cycle Parking Standards P118