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Representations on Site Specific Policies & Allocations DPD - Q3 Do you have a site that you would like to suggest for development?

Representation ID: 11968

COMMENT Lanpro Services Ltd (Mrs Margaret Shelley)

Summary:

New Site: Land at Church View Farm, Norwich Road, Mulbarton.

The site is also considered under SHLAA S0143a & b.

Part a continues the development boundary line, Part b extends further back.

Proposed Care Home/Dementia Unit.

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Representation ID: 11967

COMMENT Executors of ILM Carr represented by Brown & Co (I.D Lonsdale)

Summary:

New Site: Land between Ringland Lane & Brickfield Loke, Costessey.

We are aware that this site has already been identified as a potential area by the District Council from the SHLAA Site maps produced by Nathaniel Litchfield and Partners; where it has been given the reference number SNC 0022. We therefore wish to reconfirm the allocation of this site on behalf of our clients as owners of the land and that it can be made available for development in the short term if necessary.

(See attached plan).

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Representation ID: 11713

COMMENT Mr & Mrs E Smith and 1 other

Summary:

New Site: Land at Colreen, Mill Road, Hempnall.

Proposed retirement home.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 11712

COMMENT Mr K Williams

Summary:

New Site: Land south of Windy Ridge, Fohole, Saxlingham Thorpe (Saxlingham Nethergate).

(Please see attached map)

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Representation ID: 11711

COMMENT Denton Parish Council (Pauline Sandell)

Summary:

New Site: Land adj. Street Farmhouse, Norwich Road, Denton

Area B: This area wraps around the village playing field where improved play facilities are due to be provided by March 2010. The area is opposite the developed area on the west side of Norwich Road. The area could extend a short distance back from the Norwich Road frontage (similar to Globe Close to the north of the Playing Field and also to the affordable housing currently being constructed at the north end of the village). The area is currently two fields unsuited for modern agriculture and should be developed for housing.

(See attached plan & Response to Question 5)

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Representation ID: 11710

COMMENT Denton Parish Council (Pauline Sandell)

Summary:

New Site: Land at Trunch Hill/Middle Road, Denton

Area A: This area falls between two areas included in the 1997 Development Boundary and we see no reason for excluding it from the developed area of the village. The area is currently rough ground and garden and Denton Parish Council believe should be developed for housing at low density. It is however the view of this Council that the junction with Middle Road (Watts Hill) should be improved in conjunction with development of this area.

(See attached plan & Response to Question 5)

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Representation ID: 11477

COMMENT Norfolk County Council (Land Holding Interest) (NCC Land Holding Interest) represented by NPS (Andy Scales)

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent Loddon Junior School, off A146.

Loddon - Land adjacent to A146 should be considered for a housing or employment allocation (see area edged red and highlighted in blue on attached plan)

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Representation ID: 11476

COMMENT Norfolk County Council (Land Holding Interest) (NCC Land Holding Interest) represented by NPS (Andy Scales)

Summary:

New Site: Cringleford Primary, Cantley Lane

Cringleford - The whole of school site should be included within development boundary.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 11475

COMMENT Norfolk County Council (Land Holding Interest) (NCC Land Holding Interest) represented by NPS (Andy Scales)

Summary:

New Site: Bergh Apton

Bergh Apton - NCC own a large area of farmland (see areas outlined in red on the attached plan). Although no development boundary is suggested at present, if one were to be identified and land be considered for allocation for housing, a very small portion of this farmland could be brought forward for housing (of a similar scale to the scheme recently approved for affordable housing).

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Representation ID: 11361

COMMENT Mr & Mrs T Hedge represented by Michael Coe Architectural Services (Mr Michael Coe)

Summary:

New Site: Land at Valley Farm, Marlingford Road, Bawburgh.

We are instructed by our client to request that you consider the existing brownfield site for inclusion within your plan for consideration within the LDF Plan for development within the village settlement of Bawburgh.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 10539

COMMENT Mrs Susan Knights

Summary:

Support for New Site: Poultry Houses at Low Street/Wymondham Road, Wymondham.

This is a disused chicken farm.

(See attached plan).

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Representation ID: 10537

COMMENT Mr Robin Knights

Summary:

New Site: Poultry Houses at Low Street/Wymondham Road, Wymondham.

This is a disused chicken farm.

(See attached plan).

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Representation ID: 10526

COMMENT Mr Thomas

Summary:

New Site: Hospital Farm, The Common, Swardeston.

Suggested land use: Change of the use from Industrial to Residential.

(See attached plan).

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Representation ID: 10522

COMMENT Mrs Barbara Heasman

Summary:

New Site: Land at 71 Norwich Road, Barnham Broom.

Suggested land use: Housing.

(Please see attached plans).

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Representation ID: 10478

COMMENT Mr & Mrs Tubby and 1 other

Summary:

New Site: Piggery site/College land off Bawburgh Road, Easton.

The proposal is for a purpose built Gymnastics Training Facility for Easton Gymnastics Club, 250 members, 300 on waiting list.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 10280

COMMENT Norfolk Village Inns Ltd (Mr Richard Smith)

Summary:

New Site: Land to the rear of Parkside, The Street, Haddiscoe.

(See attached plan).

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Representation ID: 10247

COMMENT Mr Brian Falk

Summary:

New Site: Land at Folly Road/High Road junction, Bressingham.

Site 470 (Site B9) poses a dilemma. It visually extends the roadside village and would thus be most unwelcome, especially if developed along the full requested length. The full length of this site should thus not be accepted. But the eastern corner of the site (Site B3) dominates the approach up School Road and could enclose the road junction and war memorial garden. If a high quality single or double house plot design could be relied upon to reform this corner end of the village and road junction, provide an attractive surround for the memorial as a central road feature and allow for the school arrivals and collections it perhaps could be included within the village guidelines. But if there is any concern that the quality of such development might not be achieved it would be better not to risk including site 470 in the expand village perimeter.

(See attached response & map).

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Representation ID: 10246

COMMENT Mr Brian Falk

Summary:

New Site: Land off Bressingham Road/Common Road, Bressingham

B5, B6 and B8, with Sites 471 and 761 again allow development in depth but no individual site should receive a development consent without an overall action plan for all sites being prepared and approved. Site B8 should recognise the need to protect the back gardens of existing housing. Diversity, low density and character should be the qualities of any proposal for this group of sites.

(See attached response & plan).

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Representation ID: 10245

COMMENT Mr Brian Falk

Summary:

New Sites:

a) Land off Samson's Lane, Bressingham.
b) Land south of Samson's Lodge

Site B7a & b. It is not known if Bressingham Engineers require additional development land. If so, it might be prudent allow an area of land for added employment either behind or adjacent to the existing works.

(See attached response & map).

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Representation ID: 10244

COMMENT Mr Brian Falk

Summary:

New Site: Land between 'Meadow Cottage' & 'Chestnut Tree Farm', off Common Road, Bressingham.

Sites B5, B6 and B8, with Sites 471 and 761 again allow development in depth but no individual site should receive a development consent without an overall action plan for all sites being prepared and approved. Site B8 should recognise the need to protect the back gardens of existing housing. Diversity, low density and character should be the qualities of any proposal for this group of sites.

(See attached response & map).

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Representation ID: 10243

COMMENT Mr Brian Falk

Summary:

New Site: Land between 'Briars' and 'Primrose Cottage', High Road, Bressingham.

Sites B5, B6 and B8, with Sites 471 and 761 again allow development in depth but no individual site should receive a development consent without an overall action plan for all sites being prepared and approved. Site B8 should recognise the need to protect the back gardens of existing housing. Diversity, low density and character should be the qualities of any proposal for this group of sites.

(See attached response & map).

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Representation ID: 10242

COMMENT Mr Brian Falk

Summary:

New Site: Land at rear of Village Hall, High Road, Bressingham.

Site B4 provides an opportunity of strengthening the village centre. It also helps develop the village in depth, with the village guidelines taken beyond the playing field to provide an outer row of new homes accessed through the existing car park. The playing fields are protected by being so designated within the village guidelines.

(See attached response & map).

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Representation ID: 10241

COMMENT Mr Brian Falk

Summary:

New Site: Land opposite Pascoe Place, Bressingham.

Site B3 seeks to develop the village in depth and is added to the village developable area with the requirement of a low density (matching that of the bungalows on the High Road whose back garden are protected by a conditioned requirement of open space.

(See attached response & map).

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Representation ID: 10240

COMMENT Mr Brian Falk

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent Bressingham Primary, Bressingham.

Site B1 is included within an extended village guideline but to be designated and protected as school playing fields/public open space.

(See attached response & map).

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Representation ID: 10239

SUPPORT Mr Brian Falk

Summary:

Support for new site: Land adj. Pascoe Place, Bressingham (1123).

Site 703 should remain agricultural; its development would simply extend ribbon development. However a curious angle has been omitted from this field (Site B2) which lies adjacent to the new Pascoe Court housing. It is unfortunate that the rear gardens of these houses dominate the approach up school road, and occupants have removed some of the protective fencing. It is suggested that site B1, somewhat small to use for commercial agriculture could be included within the village envelope but designated as possible future public open space and planted as woodland for school nature studies. It is realised that this is highly unlikely to be possible with site 703 rejected, but should be a development aspiration.

(See attached response & map).

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Representation ID: 10227

COMMENT Kevin Alp

Summary:

New Site: Land off Church Lane, Wheatacre.

Please could you consider my suggestion for a potential boundary to the land adjacent to my current property.

This land has road access onto Church Lane. There are barn type buildings already situated. The land that I would consider as a potential building plot is enclosed with trees and is very secluded. The current shrubs and trees are well established and would screen any proposed development well. The potential building plot has property to either side, one being Forge House and the other being our current neighbour Perran House. I would plan to incorporate as many environmentally friendly and ecological features as possible.

(See attached maps)

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Representation ID: 10219

COMMENT Honingham Thorpe Farms (Honingham Thorpe Farms) represented by Savills (Mr Garth Hanlon)

Summary:

New Site:

Settlement name: Easton
Site location: West of Easton, off A47
Suggested land use: Flagship food and farming hub.

These proposals are for a major 40 hectare development, also at the heart of Norfolk, between Easton and Honingham Thorpe and adjacent to the A47. The hub would be developed to fulfil two distinct, but closely related, functions:
* The development of a Commercial Food Hub for Norfolk's agri-food sector;
* A Connect with Food Centre to improve communication from the sector to its customers.

The commercial centre will be designed to support the sustainable growth of the county's agri-food sector through the co-location of a range of commercial enterprises. This will create a critical mass of business support for the sector,
helping businesses to access new markets, add value to their food and drink products and to increase efficiency.

The Connect with Food Centre will be developed to communicate the role of the food sector and sustainable land management to the public, whilst also promoting the role of innovation within the agri-food sector. The Centre will also promote the role of balanced nutrition in maintaining health. The Centre will be developed in partnership between businesses in the sector and the many government agencies and bodies which have a role in promoting a thriving and sustainable agri-food sector.

To this end the promoters of the hub are aware of the plans for the expansion of Easton as put forward within the Joint Core Strategy. Further residential development at Easton will contribute to the sustainable case for the hub project in terms of providing the ability for people to both live and work without having to travel great distances whilst providing an important source of labour nearby a new significant employment site.

The Food Hub would supply local and regional markets as well as supermarkets and major urban areas such as London with Norfolk branded products. This will allow local food producers to access larger markets and assist public and private sector buyers to source more local products. The hub will provide facilities to co-ordinate food and drink supplies to create transport efficiencies, and enable food companies to access specialist processing, cool chain and support facilities.

* Livestock market - this would be relocated from its current 50 year old site at Hall Road Norwich. The aim is to create a modern and attractive market which competes with the best in the UK and to reduce the transport of stock to remote markets. It is also hoped that a reinvigorated livestock market in Norfolk will also help to restore confidence in the grazing livestock sector and therefore support the grazing of conservation sites in the region. The Auction building will be designed so that it can be used for horticultural, antique and general sales to maximise its usage and the benefits to the local economy.
* Food retail - a flagship Norfolk foodstore would be developed to allow food suppliers to promote their food and drink products locally in a first
class environment. It would act as a shop window for local products from the food and farming sector in an accessible location at the heart of Norfolk, and feature a high quality Food Court, garden centre specialising in local plants and a Norfolk themed restaurant. The aim would be to promote a strong Norfolk Brand to consumers and to attract tourists to the county.
* Ancillary businesses - these would be co-located with the Food Hub to provide support services to businesses accessing the food hub and livestock market. Similar developments in the UK have co-located vets, supply companies, logistics businesses and advisory services. The site would also provide childcare facilities for those working on the site and other local workers.

(See attached Masterplan)

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Representation ID: 10217

SUPPORT Honingham Thorpe Farms (Honingham Thorpe Farms) represented by Savills (Mr Garth Hanlon)

Summary:

Support for New Site (1152): Easton Landowners Consortium Masterplan.

A Masterplan for the new flagship food and farming hub is submitted as part of the Council's consultation. The submission promotes the development of this exercise project to the west of Easton (see attached Masterplan).

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Representation ID: 10186

COMMENT Easton Landowners Consortium (Easton Landowners Consortium) represented by Savills (Mr Garth Hanlon)

Summary:

New Site: Easton Landowners Consortium Masterplan.

This Masterplan for the expansion of Easton has been prepared under instruction on behalf of Easton College, The Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association (RNAA ), The Diocese of Norwich and the Rampton Property Trust. Together they form the Easton Landowners Consortium. All of these landowners around Easton share a vision of a new strategic development which will guide the direction of their own respective estates and create a new sustainable community. The Consortium understands that the Parish Council is supportive of the principle of expansion at Easton.

The College makes a significant contribution to education and skills development in the Greater Norwich area and indeed for Norfolk as a whole within the tertiary education sector. The College has made and continues to make a substantial investment (in excess of £25m in the last 10 years) in developing its resources to enable growth in student numbers and to address current and future skills needs, as well as
enhancing the College's contribution to the local community. The College governors have considered the long term strategic location of the College and consider it is in a good strategic location for the following reasons:

(a) It is centrally located and close to the major public transport hub for the County
(b) It is close to the most significant volume of population
(c) Its environment and range of resources is good
(d) Its close proximity to both the UEA and the Norwich Research Park are invaluable
in terms of long term partnerships and land-based and environmental issues
(e) T here is considerable synergy between the mission and activities of the College
and the charitable objectives and activities of the RNAA.

The governors have resolved to retain the College in its current location on a permanent basis, as the location is effective in utilising the existing public transport infrastructure. In order to continue to provide a high quality educational experience the College needs to be able to expand its own facilities to develop curriculum specialisms and to cope with existing and planned student number growth.

Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association (RNAA)

The Royal Norfolk Showground is owned and operated by the RNAA, which is a registered charity and is perhaps best known for organising the annual Royal Norfolk Show. The objectives of the charity require any financial surpluses achieved from the activities of the RNAA to be used in the delivery of its charitable objectives. These are to promote improvement in all farming systems, to encourage and promote agricultural science, research and education and to advance and encourage the protection and
safeguarding of the environment.

Diocese of Norwich

The Diocese of Norwich is one of 44 dioceses within England. The Diocese comprises all of Norfolk except for an area in the west beyond the Great Ouse and marshland which is in the Diocese of Ely. As part of the Consortium, the Diocese is looking to enhance the value of its estate through its important role as a major landowner around Easton.

Rampton Property Trust

The Trust has joined the Consortium to help deliver the vision of an enhanced sustainable community and to assist in bringing forward development which in turn will provide affordable housing and new community facilities.

The physical constraints and opportunities have been married with the partners aspirations to develop a masterplan which seeks to:

- improve the sustainability of Easton as a settlement
- create a new community heart to Easton
- deliver high quality, environmentally responsible development
- maximise potential synergies between Easton College, RNAA and UEA
- use sustainable technologies as part of the development and to utilise these for educational purposes
- deliver community benefits and improve the environment of the village
- support non-car modes of travel
- improve access to Easton College.

(See attached Masterplan full response).

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Representation ID: 10175

COMMENT R. J. Baker and Sons (Mrs Baker) represented by Atkins Design Environment & Engineering (C Fitzsimons)

Summary:

New Site with 3 sections:

a) Land off Cavick Road/Bradman's Lane - Phase 1.
B) Land off Cavick Road/Bradman's Lane - Phase 2.
c) Land off Cavick Road/Lady's Lane - Public Open Space.

(See attached plans)

The site comprises a number of land parcels which over the course of time have been allocated different site reference numbers by the Council. In addition land has been acquired, principally to achieve access to the site from the highway network. It is also noted that some parts of the site attributed to representations made by third parties who no longer have an interest in the land. For the avoidance of doubt I would like to make it clear that the whole site referred to in this latest submission is owned by my client, RJ Baker and Son. I would also suggest that the Council amends its records to recognise this and assign a single site reference number to include the whole of the site.

I would also draw your attention to the acquisition of land which has allowed a new highway access to the site from London Road (please refer to my letter of 18 March 2010 in this regard - copy attached). This is a significant step forward in terms of the availability and achievability of the site and the ability to delivery Council's development strategy.

Site Proposal

This latest submission, enclosed with this letter, reiterates my client's commitment to bringing the land forward for immediate development by demonstrating that it is capable of delivering a comprehensive residential development founded on sound sustainability principles and capable of making extensive contributions towards meeting the physical and community infrastructure needs identified by the District Council and GNDP.

The key features of the proposal include:

ï‚Ÿ A single site, free of ownership constraints which can be made immediately available for development;
ï‚Ÿ A development of approximately 1750 dwellings making a significant contribution towards the Council's housing targets in the plan period;
ï‚Ÿ Provision on site for meeting local community needs to ensure a mixed, vibrant and self-contained new community;
ï‚Ÿ Adding to and supporting existing services and businesses due to its close proximity to Wymondham town centre;
ï‚Ÿ The creation of a high quality living environment focussing on sustainable access to the existing communities, open space and interfacing with complementary green infrastructure plans or Wymondham;
ï‚Ÿ The creation of a network of footpath, cycleway and green lanes linking the various components within the development to the existing network and adjoining community;
The site is therefore capable of meeting the objectives of the Council's development strategy by providing a site that is available and free from fundamental environmental and physical constraints and providing a new community to support and meet local needs for housing and community infrastrcuture in a sustainable and timely fashion.

The whole site has capacity to provide in the range of 1750 dwellings. It can also provide a wide range of public open space, community and recreation facilities and nature conservation habitats. Underpinning the development concept will be a high quality, safe and efficient network of cycleways and footpaths connecting the development with the town and creating a recreationdestination for new and existing residents.

The gross site area is 72 hectares. Some 15 hectares will form part of the landscape and open
space strategy for the development. It is also necessary to provide a high quality strategic
landscape edge to the development and an area of 4 hectares has been allowed for this and a
further 3.5 hectares for a primary school, commercial centre and community facilities. This leaves a total of 50 hectares net for residential development.

It has been assumed that an average density of 35 dwellings per hectare is appropriate in this
edge of settlement location giving a total of 1750 dwellings. It will provide for an appropriate mix of housing type and tenures having regard for the District Council's policies for affordable housing and these will be delivered inclusively with the market housing.

The housing will be delivered in two phases. Phase 1 will comprise the land to the south of
Johnson's Farm which has capacity for between 400 and 450 dwellings. This phase will consist
primarily of family housing to contribute towards the delivery of secondary school facilities in the
town as suggested in the emerging Core Strategy.

Phase 2 will comprise the land to the west of Bradman's Lane and will provide land for 1300
dwellings together will community facilities and public open space.

Public Open Space

The open space strategy forms a critical and significant element of the proposal because of the need to protect and enhance the setting of a number of heritage and environmental assets
adjacent to the site.

The relationship and impact of the development to the Abbey, Cavick House, the Tiffey Valley and
the historic core of Wymondham are important and when dealt with appropriately present real
opportunities. The land to the north and east of Johnson's farm and Wymondham Marshes has
been included as open space. It will comprise a combination of informal open space and wildlife
habitat with managed public access and formal recreation facilities. This will help to deliver the
Core Strategy's objective to develop green infrastructure by linking the site into the Tiffey Valley and beyond. It will also protect the setting and character of the heritage assets and provide a substantial buffer between the site and the Tiffey Valley.

Throughout the residential areas appropriate provision for children's play and informal youth and adult recreation will be provided in accordance with the Council's standards.

(Also see repsonse to Question 3 as well as attached full response & supporting documents).

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Representation ID: 10159

COMMENT Diocese of Norwich (The Diocese of Norwich) represented by Savills (Mr Will Lusty)

Summary:

New Site:

Settlement name: Hethersett
Site location: Land off New Road
Suggested land use: Housing

This site has been previously promoted on behalf of the Diocese of Norwich. The site was assigned the reference 210. A plan of the site is attached. The suggested use is residential. It covers an area of approximately 8.7 hectares and is proposed for residential use. The site could come forward within 5 years as part of a wider development to the south west of Hethersett.

The site is identified as a Strategic Gap in the Adopted South Norfolk Local Plan 2003. It is considered that a sensitive development of the site could seek to ensure that a suitable strategic gap could continue to be maintained to the south west of Hethersett.

Hethersett is designated as a Key Service Centre and benefits from an excellent level of services and facilities and is currently therefore considered within the draft Joint Core Strategy to be suitable to accommodate allocations of at least 1,000 new dwellings. Further development at Hethersett would help to support those services and facilities contributing to its overall sustainability.

In terms of viability the site is greenfield and has no known constraints and so could be brought forward as part of a wider development, within five years with no major delays. The site is in one ownership and is being actively promoted for development.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 10158

COMMENT Diocese of Norwich (The Diocese of Norwich) represented by Savills (Mr Will Lusty)

Summary:

New Site:

Settlement name: Bunwell
Site location: Land Rectory Lane
Suggested land use: Housing

This site has been previously promoted on behalf of the Diocese of Norwich. The site has been previously assigned the reference 190 and it is not known why it does not feature in the consultation document for the Site Specific Policies Allocations Document. The suggested use is residential. It covers an area of approximately 0.07 hectares and is proposed for residential use. We consider that the site represents an appropriate opportunity for one or two infill dwellings. The site could come forward within 5 years.

There are no conservation or environmental designations (as set out in Appendix 2 of the Site Allocations document) that would restrict the development of this site. The site lies within flood zone 1 and it is not contaminated.

The site can be accessed safely from Rectory Lane. Bunwell is designated as a Service Village and benefits from a good level of services and facilities and is currently therefore considered within the draft Joint Core Strategy to be suitable to accommodate allocations of 10 - 20 new dwellings. Further development at Bunwell would help to support those services and facilities contributing to its overall sustainability.

In terms of viability the site is greenfield and has no known constraints and so could be brought forward within five years with no major delays. The site is in one ownership and is being actively promoted for development. There are no other land use allocations which would prevent this site coming forward.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 10147

COMMENT Mrs Gillian Catchpole

Summary:

New Site: Land at 28-30 The Street, Thurton.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 10146

COMMENT mr james CURTIS

Summary:

New Site: Allotment Land off Langmere Road & Hall Lane, Dickleburgh.

(See attached plans)

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Representation ID: 10122

COMMENT Harcombe Development Ltd (Harcombe Developments Ltd) represented by Bidwells (Mr Graham Bloomfield)

Summary:

NEW SITE: Land off Mill Lane, rear of Eaton Gate, Keswick

As defined by the enclosed site location plan, the proposed site measures 0.24ha and is proposed for residential development. It is currently used for grazing land and is therefore not in productive agricultural use. The site contains a stable block of wooden construction in a relatively poor state of repair.
The site is located to the west of Mill Lane and to the rear (north) of the Eaton Gate residential development. There is an existing field access to the site from Mill Lane and there is also a "right to access" from Eaton Gate. Similarly the site also has the "right to access" existing services from the Eaton Gate development including electricity, gas and water as well as the Klargester foul water treatment plant.
The site is located adjacent to the existing residential development at Eaton Gate and is well screened by existing vegetation. It is therefore a self-contained site that will not have a wider visual impact or constitute a visual encroachment into the wider countryside.
With the site in single ownership, it is a viable and deliverable site that could come forward within a short time frame.
It is considered that the 0.24ha site could satisfactorily accommodate 2-3 residential units

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Representation ID: 9542

COMMENT Mrs and Mr M & B Boyer and 1 other

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent Eel Catchers Close, New Inn Hill, Rockland St Mary.

Suggested land use: Continue building on this site which has already been built recently.

(See attached map).

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Representation ID: 9539

COMMENT Mr Glen Goring

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent 2 Laburnum Cottage, Alderby.

Suggested land use: To build a 2 storey eco house to live in myself.

(See attached maps)

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Representation ID: 9535

COMMENT Country & Metropolitan Homes (Country & Metropolitan Homes) represented by DPP (Mr Geoff Armstrong)

Summary:

New Site: Land at The Old Sales Yard, Cemetery Lane, Wymondham.

On behalf of Country & Metropolitan Homes:

The land currently excluded accommodates development (the Council's car park) and part of the land subject to appeal as part of a sustainable mixed-use development support by the Council. Its inclusion would allow sustainable and comprehensive development to that boundary, on land considered developable.

(Please see attached plan)

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Representation ID: 9525

COMMENT Mrs A. M. Knights

Summary:

New Site: Land south of The Old Rectory, Mill Road, Marlingford.

Suggested land use: Housing
Potential number of units: 2
Current land use: Garden/Paddock

(See attached plan Number 2)

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Representation ID: 9524

COMMENT Mrs A. M. Knights

Summary:

New Site: Land at 2 Bell Cottages, Easton Road, Marlingford.

Suggested land use: Housing
Potential number of units: 2
Current land use: Garden

(See attached plan number 1)

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Representation ID: 9511

COMMENT Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd (Sainsbury's Supermarket's Ltd) represented by Indigo Planning Limited (Sean McGrath)

Summary:

Sainsbury's Store, William Frost Way, New Costessey, Norwich.

Suggested land use: District Centre.

(Also covered in response to Q6, this is a land designation see attached plan).

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Representation ID: 9494

SUPPORT Mr George Bircham

Summary:

Support in favour of the New Site proposed by Chedgrave Parish Council at:

Land between Big Back Lane & Norwich Road, Chedgrave.

Suggested land use Residential/Mixed Use.

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Representation ID: 9479

COMMENT Mrs C. Stannard

Summary:

New Site: Land north of Greendale, off High Green, Great Moulton.

Suggested land use: Housing

(See attached plan).

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Representation ID: 9477

COMMENT Ms Karen Lawson

Summary:

New Site: Land at Mock Mile Terrace, Haddiscoe.

I would like the development boundary extended to the hedge along Wiggs Road so that in the future planning permission could be sought to erect a split level bungalow with access onto Mock Mile Terrace.

(See attached map & insert).

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Representation ID: 9433

SUPPORT Mrs Lynne Cockerton

Summary:

(Assumption: This is a response to Quesiton 2, not a new site).

Chedgrave - Site 937
The site would lend itself to residential development being situated adjacent to existing village dwellings on all sides (residential on three sides and a small ice cream manufacturing business on the other).
The site is part bordered on one and half sides by hedging, a large part being an unnatural laurel type and it is severed by two established vehicular accesses onto the adjacent highways.
Being in close proximity to existing dwellings all mains services could easily be made available.
A good design of dwellings in keeping with the surrounding properties ranging from Victorian cottage to modern bungalow would enhance the area and allow for natural growth of the village without encroachment of the green belt and would provide pleasant accommodation for residents within easy walking or cycling distance of Key Service Centre amenities and easy walking access to regular public transport to larger towns - a new pedestrian footpath has recently been installed along Harley Road and pleasant pedestrian access is available to Chedgrave and Loddon village centres via the Pits play area and hills.

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Representation ID: 9345

COMMENT University of East Anglia (University of East Anglia) represented by Bidwells (Mr Graham Bloomfield)

Summary:

New Site, Land east of the N&N Hospital, off Colney Lane, Colney.

I would like to register the site shown on the attached plan in the LDF Site Allocations process on behalf of the University of East Anglia. The site, known locally as Lusty Hills is shown as part of the potential expansion area in the NRP Development Brief on the attached plan.



It is intended that the site would be used for Research and Development purposes consistent with the NRP vision. These activities may be particularly associated with the Hospital and University.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 9337

COMMENT Mr Nick Coupe represented by Peter Codling Architects (Martin Howe)

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent Chamusca, Low Road, Tasburgh.

On behalf of Mr Coupe.

Adjoining his own property is Chamusca which some time ago had planning permission for a plot in the grounds. This unfortunately ran out many years ago and our client is enquiring as to whether there would be any chance in resurrecting the planning permission approval. I have advised him that it is outside the settlement boundary and is therefore not likely to achieve approval at the moment. I would, however, be pleased to know if there were any intentions of reinstalling the settlement boundary for Lower Tasburgh in the next review that would include this particular site.

(See attached plans).

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Representation ID: 9336

COMMENT Jonathan Edwards represented by Michael Haslam Associates Ltd (Mr Michael Haslam)

Summary:

New Site: Land off Victoria Road, adjacent Frenze Bridge, Diss.

On behalf of Mr Edwards of Michael Mowers Ltd.

Suggested land use: Employment purposes for building to house business.

(See attached map)

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Representation ID: 9335

COMMENT Robin Clayton

Summary:

New Site: Land at the rear of Dairy Farmhouse, Norwich Road, Mulbarton.

My field situated to the rear of Dairy Farmhouse had planning permission for dwellings some 30 years ago. The access is from Mulbarton Common.

As with the neighbouring small parcels of land, it is now used for grazing or left fallow.

I have always felt that combining all the small parcels with access to one of the roads could provide an attractive residential area to the rear of the properties fronting the common with minimal impact and environmental consequences.

(See attached maps)

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Representation ID: 9279

COMMENT Mr & Mrs Last represented by Paul Goddard Charted Architect (Paul Goddard)

Summary:

New Site: Land at The Garage, Norwich Road, Scole.

Suggested on behalf of Mr Last.

Suggested land use: Residential and/or employment.

(See attached plan).

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Representation ID: 9278

COMMENT Simon's landscaping LTD (Mr Simon Cruickshank)

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent 1 Garden Court, Loddon.

Suggested land use: Residential.

The site shown on the attached plan is within the development boundary but the Council wants it to be used as open space following the grant of planning consent for residential development in 1983. For reasons that have become lost with the passage of time the condition was not enforced and the ownership of the site has changed.

Circumstances have changed since 1983 and in the light of other developments that have taken place in the area it is clear that there is no need for this site to be developed for useable open space and that residential development is now an appropriate use for the site.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 9277

COMMENT Ms Georgina Hawkshaw

Summary:

New Site: Land east of Sherbrook, Chandler Road, Stoke Holy Cross.

Suggested land use: Personal accommodation

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 8818

COMMENT Mr Roger Ranson

Summary:

New Site: land to the north of St Mary's Church, Low Road, Forncett St Mary.

Was Memorial to Cheneys Lane.

Suggested land use: Residential housing, single dwelling deep plus additional car parking for Village Hall/St Mary's Church.

(See attached maps).

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Representation ID: 8811

COMMENT JCPC Ltd (Julie Joseph)

Summary:

New Site: Land at the rear of Ransome Avenue & Norwich Road, Scole.

Acting on behalf of Sir Rupert Mann of Thelverton Estates.

The site is looking to bring forward a mixed use of new sporting and community facilities much in demand by the village, Scole Playing Fields Association and local sporting clubs in the area. This includes football pitches, a cricket pitch and children's play area amongst others with a new clubhouse/hall and changing room. This will replace the existing hall which is in a poor state of repairs. In order to facilitate this new facility between 50 and 70 dwellings are proposed.

The existing hall is in a great deal of demand for community uses and it is considered that the proposal will have great benefit to the community. The access is proposed from the old Norwich Road to both the new community facilities and the residential development thus reducing the traffic on Ransome Avenue. Pedestrian and Cycle Access will however remain to the existing residential estates to the west. This site is in close proximity to the primary school and improvements to the crossing points along Old Norwich Road are proposed.

The site is considered both sustainable and deliverable and will bring much community benefit to the village. It is proposed to carry out a public consultation exercise in the village early 2011 followed by a planning application in the spring.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 8810

COMMENT Ben McGuire

Summary:

New Site: Land at the rear of Laurels, The Street, Tharston.

We would like the piece of land outlined in red on the attached plan to be considered as part of the Local Development Framework. The plan shows the access from the road and the plot we would like to put forward for consideration. At this stage we have not considered the scale of development but would like to seek your guidance as to what would be appropriate. Initially we feel that four environmentally-minded houses may be suitable but clearly we would like to extend this if possible.

(See attached)

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Representation ID: 8468

COMMENT Mrs Joyce Ross

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent Pond Farm, Dranes Lane, Yelverton.

Suggested land use: Residential.

(see attached plans)

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Representation ID: 8408

COMMENT Mr T Mack represented by Brown & Co (I.D Lonsdale)

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent Foxdale, The Street, Rockland St Mary

We wish to draw your attention to a potential site for consideration as part of the Site Specific Policies & Allocations exercise under the South Norfolk Local Development Framework (LDF) belonging to our clients, Mr Mack, at Rockland St Mary, Norwich.

The subject land, which is on the eastern side of the village of Rockland St Mary, is outlined in red and the access route to it from the main public road shown outlined in blue (see attached plan).

We believe this site is eminently suitable for residential development to complement that already existing in this part of Rockland St Mary, and being immediately adjacent to the current village development will be able to fit in closely with that already existing, but at the same time with minimum impact because of the location of the site and the use of other surrounding land.

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Representation ID: 8399

COMMENT Mr Goodfellow

Summary:

New site: Land opposite Thatched Cottage, Low Road, Tasburgh.

On behalf of Tasburgh United Charities.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 8320

COMMENT Hethersett Parish Council (Ian Weetman)

Summary:

General Considerations (Hethersett):

Land to the south of the village bordered by the B1172 and Ketteringham lane should be the focus of any suggested development.

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Representation ID: 8318

COMMENT Mr and Mrs Dole and 1 other

Summary:

As owners of Carrs Hill Wood we have not put our site forward as we believe it is part of the wooded river valley landscape which is Old Costessey. However if the surrounding landscape is lost to development then the contribution the woodland makes to the landscape will also be lost and the purpose of the Tree Preservation Order will become meaningless - there will be no landscape value to protect. If this is what SNC planners want then there is little that we can do about it, but it would be totally unacceptable for SNC to maintain the TPO, which was imposed when there were no houses surrounding the wood, whilst at the same time promoting the surrounding landscape for development and simply allowing the developers to dump the additional cost of managing the wood on the owners of the wood.

If SNC is determined there should be development adjacent the woodland at Carrs Hill then there are areas within the wood which could be developed in a way which could help preserve the trees and share the cost of managing the woodland for the long term. For example, the redundant mineral working could be used as landfill then restored to provide open space or a play area for the surrounding houses. The site of the existing house and stables could be redeveloped, perhaps for multiple occupations such as retirement development or sheltered housing. The site could also be used as a woodland burial site and/or to provide pedestrian/cycle access from Folgate Lane to the new developments to the north and south and to the green space of woodland.

All these developments, and others would bring community benefits and could be introduced alongside measures to protect and enhance individual trees. This sort of development should form part of section 106 agreements with potential developers of the adjacent land. Natural England recommend new developments should be within reach of 'green space' and limited development of the woodland would provide this.

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Representation ID: 8273

COMMENT Mr M & Mrs V Healy and 1 other

Summary:

New Site: Land at The Old Rectory, Thwaite St Mary.

Our request would be for a single dwelling to occupy the site. We would propose an eco progressive/highly efficient home. The proposed site has been part of the property for many decades. It has a separate driveway already in existence as the property had been a farm many years ago.

It would not encroach on any part of the village or on another house in the village, nor would it overlook any other house in the village. There is a natural boundary surrounding our property at the moment that being a deep ditch which has abundant tall hedging and mature trees.
Map 1 is the site at present, outlined in blue.
Map 2 is the proposed site with single dwelling. Area outlined in red. The natural boundary of ditch, hedge and trees outlined in green.
Map 3 shows the separate driveway, accessed from Church Lane - Church Lane being shared by 6 dwellings and the local farmer. Area outlined in orange.

(See attached document & maps)

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Representation ID: 8271

COMMENT PD & RM Soar

Summary:

New Site: Land to the rear of Chapel Field, off Common Road, Bressingham.

Also to include in the LDF, the field next to site 820 on Map 15, on Common Road, Bressingham.

(See attached document & map)

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Representation ID: 8270

COMMENT PD & RM Soar

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent Pascoe Place, Bressingham.

We would like to put forward land at Bressingham that might be suitable for development within the LDF.

Map 15, in Bressingham adjacent to the School, Hastoe Housing Association has built affordable housing on our land. We would like the area around the development, adjacent site reference 703, included in the LDF.

The plot between 'Non-Bank' and 'The Spinney' no. 703, perhaps three or four houses, set back leave a goof passing place. If more houses were passed towards the School, they could include parking spaces near the School, to help with all the School traffic.
These if passed would join up the village - the Church, public house The Chequers, Bressingham School and the Village Shop.

(See attached document & map)

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Representation ID: 8269

COMMENT Mr C Bothway represented by The Landscape Partnership Ltd (Mr Steven Bainbridge)

Summary:

New Site: Land south of The Ugly Bug Inn, Colton

Suggested land use: Housing.

(See attached document & plan).

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Representation ID: 8268

COMMENT Mr C Bothway represented by The Landscape Partnership Ltd (Mr Steven Bainbridge)

Summary:

New Site: Land east of St Andrew's Church, Church Lane, Colton.

Suggested land use: Housing.

(See attached document & plan)

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Representation ID: 8266

COMMENT Mr Oliver Hill

Summary:

New Site: Land including and adjoining 59 Norwich Road, Tacolneston.

Suggested land use: Housing (other uses would be considered).

(See attached document & plan)

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Representation ID: 8265

COMMENT Mr David Gowing

Summary:

New Site: Former Jet Filling Station, Norwich Road, Hethersett.

Suggested land use: Housing

(See attached document & plan)

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Representation ID: 8264

COMMENT MDPC Planning consultant (Mr Malcolm Dixon)

Summary:

New Sites:
(a) Land opposite The Hall, Cock Street, Barford.
(b) Land at Cock Street, Barford.

Both parcels are adjacent site 524 under the previous consultation.

Suggested land use: Residential.

(see attached document & plan)

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Representation ID: 8263

COMMENT MDPC Planning consultant (Mr Malcolm Dixon)

Summary:

New Site: Land west of The Hall, off Church Lane, Barford

Suggested land use: Residential.

(See attached document & plan)

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Representation ID: 8262

COMMENT Alan Irvine Charted Surveyor (Alan Irvine)

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent Mill farm, off Hardingham Road, Hingham (Combination of sites 093 & 322).

An indicative layout is also provided (see attached plan) and demonstrates the commitment of the landowners to promotion of this site.

The principle of development in this location is fully supported.

This is a sustainable location providing safe and easy access by foot to a number of key facilities within the village including the primary school and surgery.

There are no constraints to development of the combined sites as both landowners are sole owners of the sites and the land is available for development.

The new site will accommodate 40 dwellings including affordable housing at 40% (14 units).

The site will meet the requirements for Public Open Space and the required Children's Play Area.

Commissioned reports demonstrate that suitable access can be provided to the site from Hardingham Road and that the site is sustainable in transport terms and in provision of footpath and pedestrian access.

A flood risk assessment has been carried out and confirms that there is no risk of flooding and that a sustainable drainage solution is available for surface water drainage of the site.

Ecological and tree reports confirm that the proposed development will not impact on the ecology of the location and that measures will enhance biodiversity and that no trees of significance will be affected by the proposal.

The development represents a natural extension of the village and in part uses brownfield land.

It is considered that the site will meet all policy and guidance requirements.

The site scored well achieving 73 as a Total Sustainability score in the Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA), obtained from Nathaniel Lichfield and Partners, 2009.

The site is promoted as being ideal for residential development.

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Representation ID: 8257

COMMENT Atkins Property Services (Miles Atkins)

Summary:

New Site: Allotment land at The Turnpike

Suggested land use: Residential.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 8256

COMMENT Mrs Georgina Chenery

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent affordable Housing Development, Tithebarn Lane, Thurlton.

Suggested land use: 3-4 Bungalows/Houses.

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 8254

COMMENT MDPC Planning consultant (Mr Malcolm Dixon)

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent Badgers Lodge, Bulls Green Lane, Toft Monks.

Suggested land use: Residential & Amenity land.

(See attached map)

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Representation ID: 8244

COMMENT Mrs Hayley Spruce

Summary:

New Site: Land at Burgate Lane, Alpington.

(See attached letter & plan)

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Representation ID: 8129

SUPPORT Chedgrave Parish Council (Ms Debra Yeomans)

Summary:

Support for New Site: Land between Big Back Lane & Norwich Road, Chedgrave suggested by D Yeomans on behalf of Chedgrave Parish Council.

Mixed housing & emplomeyment use.

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Representation ID: 8095

COMMENT Trustees of The Gurloque Settlement & Others (Trustees of The Gurloque Settlement & Others) represented by Pegasus Planning Group (John Holden)

Summary:

RESPONSE ON BEHALF OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE GURLOQUE SETTLEMENT, TRUSTEES OF NORWICH CONSOLIDATED CHARITIES, TRUSTEES OF ANGUISH'S EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION AND THE TRUSTEES OF THE GREAT HOSPITAL.

New Site: Land at rear of Recreation Ground, off Keswick Road/The Loke, Cringleford.

An important aspect of growth at Cringleford is the potential to secure enhanced access to green infrastructure opportunities in the Yare valley. In conjunction with growth at Cringleford our clients can deliver land within the Yare valley to achieve the objectives/aspirations regarding green infrastructure.

Policy 12 of the JCS notes that "green infrastructure and links between currently fragmented habitats and to the rural fringe will be protected, maintained and enhanced." This will include, inter alia, the completion of a riverside and river valley walks "extending out into the surrounding countryside." Our clients own land in the Yare Valley off Keswick Road/The Loke and in the vicinity of Cringleford Wood/Gurney Lane. These areas could form part of the wider green infrastructure anticipated in Policy 10, delivered as an integral part of the Cringleford growth. In this way, a comprehensive strategy can be delivered in the Cringleford area to improve this strategically significant gateway whilst enhancing green infrastructure, two key components of Policy 10 of the JCS.

(See attached document & plan)

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Representation ID: 8080

COMMENT Mr Sean Greentree

Summary:

New Sites:
a - Land to the rear of 49 Low Street, Wicklewood.

b - Land to the rear of Cook's Terrace, off Low Street, Wicklewood.

I would like to submit our interest to have land reviewed for development, in Wicklewood, Norfolk, as part of the public consultation and forthcoming reviews of development boundaries in the region.

To this end, I have attached a map downloaded from your website, that highlights land we are considering for the development of a 3- 4 bedroom maisonette style property. Our intention would be to seek planning permission to build this property in the option labelled as "2". Options 1 and 3 were also consideration, but given the advice around number of developments, land ratios, and existing neighbouring boundary limits, we feel that option 2 is best all round, due to its size and location. However, this currently sits outside and against the current boundary, but is still accessible from Low Street via a 'loke' currently owned by my parents - as too is the land shown in the attached pdf.

For reference, I have also included 2 library images from Potton Homes' Heritage Range, detailing the kind of property we'd be hopefully looking to build. This is a development company that we would prefer to use, as we feel they offer a sympathetic and practical solution for our needs and to the surrounding area.

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Representation ID: 8071

COMMENT Unwin Family represented by Durrants (Mr Nick Durrant)

Summary:

1) Regarding a site at: Land adjoining Cubitts (Topcroft Sports Field), The Street, Topcroft

2) Extent and description of land

a) Size and carrying capacity: The land extends to 0.27ac capable of accommodating up to 4 semi-detached houses or 2 detached houses.

b) Topography: The site is generally level

c) Boundaries: To the west is a hedged boundary and to the north, south and east fenced.

d) Features: The site is currently rough grassland with no outstanding visual features.

e) Current land use: Fallow

f) Soil Type: Clay

g) Neighbouring Land use: To the east is Topcroft Sports Field, to the north footpath to Topcroft Sports Field and former parkland to Topcroft Hall, to the west The Street with meadowland beyond, to the south residential development.

h) Proximity to village: Adjoining established development

i) Contextuality: The residential development immediately to the south and south west provides a natural progression of the residential theme to the village street.

3) Ownership: The land is held by the Unwin family and is available for development should planning permission be granted.

4) Planning Policy Issues: The site lies adjoining the village guideline boundary. Planning permission had in the past been granted for we understand a single residential dwelling.

5) Wayleaves, Easements, Public and Private rights of way: There is a public footpath situated to the north of the site and this leads to the sports field. There are no other rights of way in favour of third parties over the subject land.

6) Contaminative/Pollution Issues: Nil

7) Access: Direct off The Street. The property is located within the 30mph speed limit.

8) Mains Services: Mains water and electricity available. Probably private foul treatment plant.

9) Facilities: Sports field, bus service to Norwich.

10) Proposal: Planning permission would be received and a development commenced which would serve the local population.

(see scanned plan)

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Representation ID: 8069

COMMENT Pelham Holdings represented by Boyer Planning (Raymond Ricks)

Summary:

Settlement name: Wymondham
Site Location: South Wymondham
Suggested Land Use: Mixed Housing, Community, Employment

This involves the revisions of Sites 249 & 169 (see attached maps & Response to Question 2).

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Representation ID: 8062

COMMENT David E. Smith represented by Savills (Colin Campbell)

Summary:

Settlement name: Norwich Urban Fringe
Site location: East of A140, Harford Bridge
Suggested land use: Employment (B1/2/8 and sui generis employment)

(Assumption: The site is 0025, as referred to in Q.2)

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Representation ID: 8055

COMMENT R. W. Kidner (Farms) Ltd. (Mr RW Kidner) represented by Savills (Colin Campbell)

Summary:

Settlement name: Stoke Holy Cross
Site location: Land between Five Acres and Long Lane
Suggested land use: Residential/open space community

(Assumption: This refers to support for site 0753 as referred to in Q.2)

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Representation ID: 8025

COMMENT Mrs S Austin

Summary:

New Site: Land at Maycot, Church Road, Brandon Parva.

I would like to propose my property and its garden as a site for the Local Development Framework exercise .

I would like to erect a small , single storey eco-build house for my family home on the site of my present storage facility . I would propose to knock down my present bungalow and build 2x semi-detached Affordable houses (i.e. 4 dwellings ) on its site.

(See attached map)

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Representation ID: 8024

COMMENT Brown & Co (Charles E. Birch)

Summary:

New Site: Land adjacent 31 Norwich Road, Thelveton, Scole.

(see attached map)

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Representation ID: 8023

COMMENT Burt Boulton Holdings Limited (Burt Boulton Holdings Limited) represented by Mr Haydn Payne

Summary:

New Site: Land to the East of Station Road, Diss

Site reference A0008 forms part of the area identified in Policy DIS 2 of the Adopted Local Plan for mixed use development. A substantial part of the land allocated under this Policy has now been developed for a residential scheme by Persimmon, leaving residual areas of the allocation to the north and west of the residential scheme. It is considered that the area to the north should continue to be identified in the Site Allocations DPD for mixed use purposes. This area of land extends to about 0.9 hectares.

It is considered that the A0008 land area to the west of the residential site and to the east of Station Road should also continue to be identified for development in the Site Allocations DPD, but should be identified for residential use. This area of land extends to about 1.4 hectares. It is further suggested that this area should be extended to the south as shown indicatively on the plan below. This area is approximately 0.4 hectares, which means that the proposed residential allocation in total would be about 1.8hecatres.

The area identified is a good location for residential development. It has good accessibility being located adjacent to Diss rail station; it is within relatively few ownerships; it is of a good size to help ensure that a viable, sustainable and comprehensive scheme can be delivered.

Importantly, the site is also within the existing built up area, which means that it can make a meaningful and significant contribution towards meeting the housing requirements for Diss, and will help limit the need to allocate and bring forward sites currently outside the built envelope of the town

The Consultation document notes that the Council has currently assessed all housing sites at 30 dwellings per hectare to give some idea of the amount of development that could be accommodated and acknowledges that final densities may vary to reflect individual site circumstances.

At 30 dwellings per hectare, the site would have potential for about 55 dwellings. It is considered that the particular circumstances relating to the site, particularly its close proximity to Diss Station, are such that it would be reasonable to assume that a higher density could be achieved. At 45 dwellings per hectare, the site would have capacity for about 80 dwellings.

It is also considered that the site cross hatched Green on the plan above be identified in the Site Allocations DPD as a 'mixed use' site suitable for retail and commercial uses. The area currently comprises a mix of commercial uses (including builders merchants and storage tanks). It is underutilised and has considerable development potential given its location, close proximity to Diss Station and the potential development site to the north, the subject of the above representation. It is considered that the identification of this site in the Site Allocations DPD will help to encourage its redevelopment, perhaps in conjunction with the extended A0008 site to the north.

(See attached map of area)

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Representation ID: 8008

COMMENT Mr Dennis Tabor

Summary:

New Site: Land at Big Back Lane (see scanned map).

This field, which forms part of my farm, measuring approx 17 acres that stands to the south east of Big Back Lane, Chedgrave. This field backs onto existing residential development and is currently subject to interest from Saffron Housing Trust to build 13 homes on approx 1 - 1.25 acres in the North East corner with access via Beauchamp Road.
If access via Beauchamp Road is eventually granted, then I would hope to arrange for access through the Saffron Housing site to the rest of the field for further residential development, once planning permission has been granted.

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Representation ID: 8003

COMMENT J S Design Ltd (Steve Medler)

Summary:

New Site: Land inbetween Barford Road & Mill Road, Marlingford (see scanned map).

My client is keen to develop in the future for one retirement bungalow. I would be grateful if you could consider adopting this site for residential boundary amendment when you next review the local plan.

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Representation ID: 7923

COMMENT Earsham Parish Council (Mrs J Pearce)

Summary:

Playing Field/Bowling Green Site

Site 929 is currently the Village Playing Field and football pitch, and is owned by Earsham Estate. The lease to the Parish is due to run out in 2028. My Parish Council however, owns the square of land adjoining site 929, which currently houses the playing field and pavilion, childrens' play area and the Bowling Green. We would like our section of the land to be included in the proposed LDF. We would recommend that our site together with site 929 be used for market/general needs affordable housing. As with the sale of the existing hall site, the sale of the square adjoining site 929 for housing would help fund the relocation project.

(See scanned map)

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Representation ID: 7922

COMMENT Earsham Parish Council (Mrs J Pearce)

Summary:

Village Hall Site

One of our current concerns is the village hall, which is situated in the centre of our village and is very close to housing. It has become too small for current needs following the growth of the village over the years. There is insufficient parking space and cars have to park in adjacent roads. My Parish Council would now like to provide a larger hall with modern facilities for the village more in keeping with the 21st century. The proposed solution would be to build a new village hall on an alternative site elsewhere in the village. We would also be looking to move the existing playing field, the playing pavilion, the childrens' play area and the Bowling Green to the same location as the new hall. We feel that the most appropriate site for this project would be part of site 930. To help fund the project my Parish Council would sell the existing hall site, recommending it for market/general needs affordable housing. Could we please ask for the existing village hall site to be included for development in the proposed LDF?

(See scanned map)

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Representation ID: 7735

COMMENT Chedgrave Parish Council (Ms Debra Yeomans)

Summary:

Chedgrave

Land between Big Back Lane & Norwich Road

Area A represents an area already allocated for development of affordable housing as previously agreed by Parish Council.

Area B represents the area identified for possible future housing development and recreational use. Open community area for; sports, farmers markets, car boot sales, festivals, activities and events identified in the Chedgrave Parish Plan. This would enable the current village infrastructure to be utilised and prevent ribbon development.

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Representation ID: 7514

COMMENT Crown Point Estate represented by Ingleton Wood (Nicole La Ronde)

Summary:

Proposed residential site in Trowse

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Representation ID: 7292

COMMENT Savills (Mr Alan Cole) represented by Savills (Mr Alan Cole)

Summary:

The site extends to 0.83ha (2acres)and is located immediately adjacent to the Potential Development Boundary.

The development of the site would be physically well related to existing development and would reflect the linear pattern of development in Wreningham.

The site constitutes greenfield land with no known constraints, is in single ownership and can accommodate between 5-10 dwellings.

The site provides an obvious extension to the village that, due to the scale of development proposed, can be developed with minimal impact on the appearance of the immediate locality of the site and therefore the historic form and character of Wreningham would be maintained.

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Representation ID: 7290

COMMENT Savills (Mr Alan Cole) represented by Savills (Mr Alan Cole)

Summary:

The site extends to 0.54ha (1.3 acres)and is located immediately adjacent to the Potential Development Boundary for Wreningham.

The development of the site would be physically well related to existing development and would reflect the linear pattern of development in Wreningham.

The site is in single ownership and can accommodate between 5-10 dwellings.

The site provides an obvious extension to the village that, due to the scale of development proposed, can be developed with minimal impact on the appearance of the immediate locality of the site and therefore the historic form and character of Wreningham would be maintained.

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Representation ID: 7195

COMMENT Mr & Mrs R Roberts represented by Paul Edwards Historic Environmental Specialist (Mr Paul Edwards)

Summary:

Burgh St Peter

Land at the corner of Pit Road & Church Road

The land formed part of a commercial orchard owned by Robert Brothers Fruit Growers which ceased to be profitable in the late 1990s when the enterprise closed and the fruit trees were grubbed up. The land has remained vacant since then. This is seen as part of the process of continuous change in the countryside that has taken place in response to changing market conditions and agricultural practice in which a small fruit growing enterprise on a limited scale could not again be viable.

Such changes have also led to modifications in the demography of the rural population and to the continuous slow, organic growth in settlements, necessary to sustain the local economy and services and for the well being of local communities. The site adjacent to an existing potential development boundary (PDB) where an extension sufficient for two building plots in Pit Lane can be seen as making space for further organic change albeit on a very small scale.

The small parcel of land proposed for inclusion in the PDB is over grown and derelict. It is considered to be too small for arable use or any other viable agricultural use and so an alternative use would be appropriate. Also the land under consideration contains mature enclosing hedges, and hedgerow trees. These and the hedges in adjoining fields would adequately screen any development on the land under construction.

The village of Burgh St Peter is a 'fragmentary village' as described by W G Hoskins in 'The Making of the English Landscape' as a 'village which - though noticeably a conglomeration of houses - consists of dwellings planted down almost haphazard with no evident relationship to each other or to any visible nucleus'.

In Burgh St Peter, the houses are scattered within a flat clay - land landscape of small arable fields and pasture, enclosed by hedgerow and hedgerow trees or post and rail fences. The hedges and trees restrict long views.

Development has taken place, in a scattered pattern across the landscape and along four roads, Mill Road, Beccles Road, Pit Road and Staithe Road, which cross to form some semblance of nucleus, though without a village green or church to identify a centre.

The PDB follows the nucleus, being drawn along the property boundaries of the building in the four roads or along the roads on which they have their frontage.

This site proposes a small adjustment to the PDB in Pit Lane up to Church Lane, as a continuation of the existing development pattern described above, with a loosely nucleated centre within a wider low density scatter of buildings within the rural landscape.

The extension of the PDB would also have the advantage of relating the north boundary to a visually legible feature, (i.e. Church Lane) and not as at present to an arbitrary point in a field.

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Representation ID: 7192

COMMENT Mr Malcolm James Skinner

Summary:

Denton

Land adj. 8 Upland Terrace, Norwich Road

Suggested land use - 4 family houses.

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Representation ID: 7191

COMMENT Mr Stewart Read

Summary:

Tasburgh

Land south of The Village Hall, Grove Lane

Suggested land use - Private housing

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Representation ID: 7190

COMMENT Badger Building (Mr Edward Gilder)

Summary:

Hales

Land at B1136/A146 Junction

Whilst a solution is to incorporate live work units in to this site as a replacement for the garage businesses, which wishes to relocate to a new site across the road, we remain of the view that the insistence of retaining employment uses on the site has little regard to its setting amongst existing dwellings.

A large allocation of undeveloped employment land remains in Loddon less than 1000 meters away from this site. In such circumstances it is our view that the presumption that at best the site should be developed for a mixed use is unnecessary.

It is a wholly unrealistic in this day and age to insist on small employment sites in settlements of this scale when the take up of nearby land has been so slow and demonstrates a clear lack of demand. This site should be allowed to be developed, without hindrance, exclusively for residential purposes.

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Representation ID: 7149

COMMENT Mr Keith Seymour

Summary:

Costessey

Land off Windmill Lane, adj Mariott's Way

Suggested land use - housing/amenity/community facilities

The site is 13.426 acres and is adjacent to site 0038.

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Representation ID: 7147

COMMENT Kingfisher Partners (Mrs J Fisk) represented by Mr Paul King-Fisher

Summary:

Scole

Land south of St Andrews Road & St Leonards Close

Approx 3.17 ha

This piece of land is adjacent to St Leonards Close and St Andrews Close, Bungay Road, Scole (OS No. 2268 TM No 1578). From the map that you have sent (Map No 70), we see that the land surrounding this area is included for consideration. Given the proximity of the piece of land that we own to the development to the north it would seem entirely appropriate and sensible that it is included in the development framework for residential use and we request that it is now included.

(See attached response & plan)

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Representation ID: 7145

COMMENT Dickleburgh and Rushall Parish Council (Mrs Claire Sparkes)

Summary:

Dickleburgh

Land adj. Oak Cottage, Harvey Lane

Suggested land use - residential

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Representation ID: 7144

COMMENT Dickleburgh and Rushall Parish Council (Mrs Claire Sparkes)

Summary:

Dickleburgh

Land at Norwich Road Allotments

Suggested land use - allotments

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Representation ID: 7142

COMMENT Dickleburgh and Rushall Parish Council (Mrs Claire Sparkes)

Summary:

Dickleburgh

Chapel Road Allotments

Suggested land use - allotments

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Representation ID: 7141

COMMENT Dickleburgh and Rushall Parish Council (Mrs Claire Sparkes)

Summary:

Dickleburgh

Land at The Beeches, Norwich Road

Suggested land use - light commercial and business development

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Representation ID: 7140

COMMENT Dickleburgh and Rushall Parish Council (Mrs Claire Sparkes)

Summary:

Rushall

The Garage, Harleston Road

Suggested land use - residential

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Representation ID: 7139

COMMENT Mr Christopher Brown

Summary:

Aldeby

Land at The Tuns, The Street

We'd appreciate it if you would consider it for the construction of one or two environmentally sound eco houses to face south on the land that goes with the property. The existing house would not be affected.

They would be discretely placed and would not we hope obstruct anyone's view.

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Representation ID: 7138

COMMENT Norfolk Village Inns Ltd (Mr Richard Smith) represented by Sinclair International Limited (R R Smith)

Summary:

Thurlton

Land at rear of the Queens Head

Adjoins site 1033

(See attached plan)

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Representation ID: 7137

COMMENT June Perkins

Summary:

Carleton St Peter

Black Cat Stables, Ferry Road

For one dwelling, the size of the plot is about a quarter of an acre.

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Representation ID: 7136

COMMENT Paula Mason

Summary:

Dickleburgh

Land adj. Willowdene, Semere Green Lane

The plot measures approx 3.5 acreas, we would like to split the plot into two and build a detached house on the other side of the plot, in keeping with the other properties along the Lane.

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Representation ID: 7134

COMMENT Plantdrive Limited (A. C. Fox) represented by Plandescil Ltd (Mr Nigel Gates)

Summary:

Wymondham

Land between Suton & London Road

It is immediately north of site 174

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Representation ID: 7132

COMMENT Mr John Ashfield

Summary:

Geldeston

Land between Farthing Green & The Street

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Representation ID: 7098

SUPPORT GN Rackham and Sons Ltd represented by Thos. Wm. Gaze & Son (s roberts)

Summary:

Land at Shelfanger Road, Roydon, Diss. (registered as Sturgeons Farm, Louies Lane). ... Hectares Site for Residential or Mixed Use. Access is from Diss or Attleborough directions, opposite Diss Sports Ground. This location avoids the traffic congestion associated with proposal sites East of Diss which all have to come off Victoria Road. The site road frontage is m and extends back ...m. Therefore the site could be developed in whole or in part. There are houses immediately south of the site on Louies Lane. This Western side of Diss is the most suited to new developments.

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Representation ID: 7087

SUPPORT GN Rackham and Sons Ltd represented by Thos. Wm. Gaze & Son (s roberts)

Summary:

Land at Roydon Fen, Diss, south of A1066 opposite Old High Road B1132. Title No. NK337092,

We propose the Site for Mixed Use Development - Residential or Residential and Employment. The site is ... Hectares. It is adjacent to separately submitted site ref. 380 and could be considered together with that site or separately. The site is well positioned for access off the A1066. There are houses adjacent and opposite. The Primary School is close by. Housing/Mixed Use on this site would not worsen traffic congestion issues in the more central parts of Diss. The site is available.

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Representation ID: 6990

OBJECT Mr James Bromley represented by Michael Haslam Associates Ltd (Mr Michael Haslam)

Summary:

The site, owned by Mr James Bromley, shown on the attached plan is a small infill plot and should be allocated for development as a logical extension to the recent Florence Way scheme, which has made provision for access to enable this site to be developed.
The site adjoins residential development on 3 sides and does not "read" as being part of the river valley.

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Representation ID: 6956

COMMENT Mr Steve Hall

Summary:

I would like to put forward my own plot, which is adjacent to plot 141 on Map 58

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Representation ID: 6954

SUPPORT Zurich Assurance Limited represented by Woolley and Company (Mr Cecil Elliston Ball)

Summary:

(Not a New Site, this relates to Site 0029 - see response to Question 2).

We are proposing a strategy for ZAL's Colney Estate that will:-

- Create a self-sustaining landscape, with increased biodiversity.
- Together with the Norwich Fringe Countryside Management Project, stimulate the creation of a country park.
- Provide managed public access to the area's natural assets.
- Substantially reduce the Earlham Substation's impact on the surrounding landscape.
- Provide sustainable housing making a vital contribution to needs identified by the Greater Norwich JCS.
- Bring substantial benefits to the local community through new local facilities, including a local produce shop, recreational and employment related facilities

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Representation ID: 6888

COMMENT Mr Tim Crowland

Summary:

Colton

Land adj. Bowling Green, Norwich Road

Few of the many reasons we feel this site is suitable for development:

* It would join the village pub to the rest of the village
* It has a long straight road
* There is existing access
* No existing hedgerows would need to be removed
* No trees to be cut down
* Sewer in Colton was built for 3 times as many houses as there currently are
* On mains sewer (3 sides of site)
* Overhead power lines on road
* Telephones on 2 sides of site
* Site is high in village, good drainage
* Not an flood plain

There are just a few reasons.

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Representation ID: 6887

COMMENT Mr Nick Stevenson

Summary:

Great Moulton

Land at Capital Farm

Site for consideration for housing development at Great Moulton.

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Representation ID: 6886

COMMENT Mr Chris Burnard

Summary:

Diss

Heywood Sports & Racquet Club, Walcot Road

I would like this site zoned for residential development due to the fact that it is joined to the west and north with existing residential properties.

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Representation ID: 6885

COMMENT Mr Chris Burnard

Summary:

Diss

Land at Frenze Hall Lane (East)

I request that this land is zoned for residential use as it joins land to the west OS 8613 which has recently been given outline planning permission (April 2010) for residential development.

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Representation ID: 6883

COMMENT Mr Roger Burrows

Summary:

Great Moulton

Land at Broadgate Lane

Please note this land has previously held planning permission for horticultural nursery building and parking area. Ref:E07/04/0244/F

An extension to this planning application was made last year but has not currently progressed due to a lack of an ecologial survey, however the site has been visited and the view given was that the pond nearby is non productive and subject to a survey and sensible provisions for potential loss of habitat the site would tick the boxes for further permission.

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Representation ID: 6881

COMMENT Mr Andy Aldrich

Summary:

Tibenham

Land at Cargate Common Road

The plot is adjacent to Fairfields, Cargate Common, Tibenham. The village of Tibenham is a thriving community with a fantastic new community hall and busy pub. Schooling is available locally at Forncett, Aslacton and Bunwell. To help these facilities flourish, there needs to be a moderate amount of development as with any village or town.

There used to be a house standing on the site and I would aim at obtaining permission to recreate this building (see scanned picture), obviously using modern technology. I have enclosed a picture of the site and also one of the frontage.

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Representation ID: 6879

COMMENT Mr R Berney

Summary:

Bracon Ash/Mulbarton

Land at Bracon Hall Farm

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Representation ID: 6876

COMMENT Mrs D I Wright

Summary:

Tasburgh

Land at 19 Church Road

We wish to build a property for our parents on this land.


The development boundary for Tasburgh runs through the middle of our property. Therefore it is our request that the remainder of our land be included within the Local Development Framework (LDF) review for boundary changes and development.

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Representation ID: 6866

COMMENT Mr Ricky Taylor

Summary:

Hingham

Fishmere Lakes, Attleborough Road

Suggested use - housing and expansion of the existing business with a view to creating further employment.

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Representation ID: 6865

COMMENT John Laurie

Summary:

Bunwell

Land at Wymondham Road

The proposed site is part of a field used for agricultural production and has been for as long as I can remember.

The potential use would be for residential housing as it is in an area of housing already and has good access to the road network.

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Representation ID: 6859

COMMENT Group Lotus plc (Mr Matthew Jones)

Summary:

Hethel

Land adj. Lotus Cars Ltd

Suggested land use - Employment (primarily office and industrial, but potentially including an element of retail and commercial leisure use).

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Representation ID: 6805

COMMENT Jacqui Petrie

Summary:

Tivetshall St Margaret

Land adj. Wyverne, Station Road

The property known as Wyverne consists of a bungalow and extensive outbuildings set in three fields on the B1134 very near the Maltings at Tivetshall. Although it is not in a village as such there is a pub nearby and it is served by an excellent bus route linking Diss and Norwich.

This small rural industrial and well connected site is ideal for a large development of small starter homes, sheltered accommodation or old people's home. We are intending to apply for change of use from agricultural to Residential Garden Curtillage to make this an easier proposition and inclusion in a local plan would facilitate this further.

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Representation ID: 6804

COMMENT Mr T. J. Baldry

Summary:

Dickleburgh

Land adj. Moor Cottage, Norwich Road

As you will be aware the site opposite Moor Cottage the part garden and former builders yard to Red House Farm has had dwelling allowed, which was I recall granted on appeal.

Further to the south side of a bungalow property formerly known as "Moorlands" a bricked round prefab, has been demolished and a large cottage style dwellings and garage taking up the majority of that plot width has been given permission to be erected.

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Representation ID: 6803

COMMENT Mr Raymond Smith

Summary:

Cringleford

Land at Newfound Farm

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Representation ID: 6802

COMMENT Mr & Mrs Sims

Summary:

Tibenham

Land adj. Tibenham Village Hall, Pristow Green Lane

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Representation ID: 6801

COMMENT Mr and Mrs N Jesney

Summary:

Bracon Ash/Mulbarton

Land at The Nurseries, Hawkes Lane

Size of plot is being reduced (original site 406) to be suitable for one bungalow.

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Representation ID: 6800

COMMENT Peter Codling Architects (Martin Howe)

Summary:

Long Stratton

Mix-a-Man Cenent Works Site, Ipswich Road


There is footpath access directly from the site into the heart of Long Stratton and there are several residential properties to the east of the site for consideration.

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Representation ID: 6799

COMMENT Paul Byrne

Summary:

Thurton

Land adj. 33 Ashby Road

I would like to submit my land for consideration for small scale residential development in the Parish of Thurton. The size of the land proposed is 0.2445 hectares and it is domestic garden.

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Representation ID: 6798

COMMENT Mr Tim Crowland

Summary:

Colton

Land adj. The Ugly Bug Inn

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Representation ID: 6797

COMMENT Peter Codling Architects (Martin Howe)

Summary:

Wreningham

Land at Stayre Place, Norwich Road

We would be very grateful if this could be given consideration, bearing in mind the existing residential properties and church along the street in this location, and the facilities that a village of Wreningham is able to provide.

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Representation ID: 6796

COMMENT Peter Codling Architects (Martin Howe)

Summary:

Wrenningham

Land at The Bird in Hand, Church Road

We would be very grateful if this could be given consideration, bearing in mind the existing residential properties and church along the street in this location, and the facilities that a village of Wreningham is able to provide.

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Representation ID: 6795

COMMENT Guardian House UK Ltd (Mr Boris Hayklan)

Summary:

Dickleburgh

Land at Ipswich Road

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Representation ID: 6794

COMMENT Mrs Barber

Summary:

Stoke Holy Cross

Land at Pine Lodge, Poringland Road

Suggested land use - residential

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Representation ID: 6768

COMMENT Mr B Cropp

Summary:

Land off St Michael's View, Flordon.

I am putting forward a plot of land I own as suggested development for Housing. The site adjoins existing site 069 (Flordon) on map 35.

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Representation ID: 6716

COMMENT Mr & Mrs J Burroughes

Summary:

Bressingham

Land at Waveney House, Low Road

Suggested land use - housing, employment, mixed use development

Development within the next 0-5 years

Current and previous land use - mixed use development

Surround land use - Mixed use development and agricultural

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Representation ID: 6710

COMMENT Martin Smith Partnership (Martin C. Smith)

Summary:

Tharston

Land adj. Industrial Estate, Chequers Road

It would be intended that this land is considered for commercial/employment purposes.

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Representation ID: 6709

COMMENT Mr William Glover

Summary:

Little Melton

Land at Elm Farm, The Street

Suggest land use - residential, mixed use, employment

The site has the benefit of 3 seperate accesses onto The Street, Burnthouse Lane and Braymeadow Lane.

The principle barn on the site is a Listed Building.

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Representation ID: 6708

COMMENT Mr David Edwards

Summary:

East Carleton

Land at Avondale House, The Drift

Suggested land use - housing

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Representation ID: 6706

COMMENT Dr David Lovell-Badge

Summary:

Hethersett

Land at 8 Longview

Suggested land use - housing

Little Melton Road very narrow. Old transformer station in the back garden of no.8 Longview. 1950s equipment inadequate access as not owned by EDF, not enough space for lorries to pass between 8 and 10.

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Representation ID: 6691

COMMENT P Murton

Summary:

Roydon

Land between Snow Street & Swamp Lane

Suggested land use - residential/affordable

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Representation ID: 6687

COMMENT Mr S. Reeder

Summary:

Hempnall

Land at rear of 12 Field Lane

Suggested land use - to build a house

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Representation ID: 6673

COMMENT Mr Roger Litten

Summary:

Land at the rear of The Laurels, Intwood Lane, Swardeston

I wish my interest to be noted that I would like the shaded area (see attachment) considered for residential development. I believe that the area is approimately 0.7 acre. I appreciate that I would need to have access to the site, hopefully by negotiation with the owners of site 549b.

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Representation ID: 6659

COMMENT Mr Peter Beck

Summary:

Land adj. Hunters Lodge, The Street, Tharston

My house sits on a 1 acre plot on Tharston Street and did have outline planning consent for the erection of one property. I ask for my plot to be considered as part of the local development framework.

I was granted outline planning consent on the land adjoining Hunters Lodge in 1989 and it was renewed in 1992 and 1995.

This plot is the only such plot remaining on Tharston Street and unfortunately at the time in 2003 this area of Tharston has its village envelope removed.

It does seem appropriate to make this last plot available for an application for planning and I hope you will consider it for inclusion in the local develoment framework.

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Representation ID: 6656

COMMENT Mr John Alborough

Summary:

Rear of Glenhaven, Great Melton Road, Little Melton.

For development of housing.

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Representation ID: 6655

COMMENT Anthony Gardiner

Summary:

Land at Heywood Road, Shelfanger

Please could you include my attached proposal for a single dwelling (indicated by Block), in your considerations in the South Norfolk Local Development Framework within the Shelfanger Parish.
This dwelling would require a small extension to the current housing line on Heywood Road.

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Representation ID: 6407

COMMENT Mr & Mrs D Boucher and 1 other

Summary:

One with good existing structure where a housing development would not alter the character of the area.

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Representation ID: 6263

COMMENT Hempnall Parish Council (Hempnall Parish Council Clerk)

Summary:

No, unless it meets our above policies.

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Representation ID: 5921

COMMENT H Highton and 2 others

Summary:

We are joint owners of 4 Lambert Way, Ditchingham, together with the 3.2 acres of land. This land adjoins the LDF site 61. We also own the private access road, with neighbouring properties enjoying a right of way to access their own properties.

We would be prepared to release half of this top paddock (approx. 0.5 acre) for development in conjuction with site 061, if this was required.

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Representation ID: 5853

COMMENT Mr and Mrs Bowers and 1 other

Summary:

site at Tawny Farm Station Road Forncett St Peter suggested for housing.

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Representation ID: 5835

COMMENT Mr John Seville

Summary:

The Ex. Builders Yard, High Street Wicklewood should be considered as a potential site for housing. See attached plan of the proposed site.

This could be considered as a Brown Field Site and is ideal for redevelopment.

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