GNLP0595

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12955

Received: 09/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Trevor Bennett

Representation:

This piece of land is the one that some Aylsham residents would support if only to replace the Car Boot Market. However, if it is developed in isolation it would be separate from the town. It would also add to the traffic issues on Burgh Road, which are of considerable concern to the residents of Aylsham. There would have to be improvements to the footpaths and cycle ways into town.

Full text:

This piece of land is the one that some Aylsham residents would support if only to replace the Car Boot Market. However, if it is developed in isolation it would be separate from the town. It would also add to the traffic issues on Burgh Road, which are of considerable concern to the residents of Aylsham. There would have to be improvements to the footpaths and cycle ways into town.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13488

Received: 04/03/2018

Respondent: Mr John Hill

Representation:

1) If this site is to be developed then this should only be done in conjunction with GNLP0596. 2) It is rather exposed to view from the A140 and if developed then a substantial portion should be given over to landscaping and noise attenuation measures. 3) Whilst it is more accessible than site GNLP0336, it would still generate additional local vehicular traffic to the detriment of the town environment and especially the town centre.

Full text:

1) If this site is to be developed then this should only be done in conjunction with GNLP0596. 2) It is rather exposed to view from the A140 and if developed then a substantial portion should be given over to landscaping and noise attenuation measures. 3) Whilst it is more accessible than site GNLP0336, it would still generate additional local vehicular traffic to the detriment of the town environment and especially the town centre.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13491

Received: 04/03/2018

Respondent: Mr John Hill

Representation:

Amendment to Representation ID 13488:- reference to site GNLP0596 should read GNLP0311

Full text:

Amendment to Representation ID 13488:- reference to site GNLP0596 should read GNLP0311

Comment

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13820

Received: 12/03/2018

Respondent: Aylsham Town Council

Representation:

Aylsham Town Council do not feel able to comment on whether to support the sites or not until further detail is provided.
However, any future development must conform to the requirements in the draft neighbourhood plan.

Full text:

Aylsham Town Council do not feel able to comment on whether to support the sites or not until further detail is provided.
However, any future development must conform to the requirements in the draft neighbourhood plan.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14072

Received: 15/03/2018

Respondent: Mr William Sherwood

Representation:

If Aylsham has to choose its next site for housing development, then this appears to be the best option in conjunction with GNLP0311. Access to Burgh Road from the A140 has been improved to cater for the Bure Meadows development and the opening of a petrol station and Starbucks cafe. The road has been widened, pavements provided, giving good access to these sites for developers' plant and building materials and subsequent easy exit from Aylsham for future residents.

Full text:

If Aylsham has to choose its next site for housing development, then this appears to be the best option in conjunction with GNLP0311. Access to Burgh Road from the A140 has been improved to cater for the Bure Meadows development and the opening of a petrol station and Starbucks cafe. The road has been widened, pavements provided, giving good access to these sites for developers' plant and building materials and subsequent easy exit from Aylsham for future residents.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16790

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Norfolk Land Ltd

Agent: Cornerstone Planning Ltd

Representation:

It is noted that the published site suitability conclusions places an 'amber' assessment against: access; accessibility to services; utilities capacity and utilities infrastructure. However, Norfolk Land has a team of consultants appointed which have identified that there are no such constraints to development, and such should all be identified as 'green'. The original representation indicated no number of dwellings; please note that we now propose 75-100 dwellings, plus potential community use. It is unclear to what the 'amber' against 'townscapes' and 'compatibility with neighbouring uses' refers.

Full text:

It is noted that the published site suitability conclusions places an 'amber' assessment against: access; accessibility to services; utilities capacity and utilities infrastructure. However, Norfolk Land has a team of consultants appointed which have identified that there are no such constraints to development, and such should all be identified as 'green' in the Suitability Assessment. Please also see above (3.3 - Aylsham) with regard to waste water disposal/water management capacity issues. The original representation indicated no number of dwellings; please note that we now propose 75-100 dwellings, plus potential community use. It is unclear to what the 'amber' against 'townscapes' and 'compatibility with neighbouring uses' refers.