GNLP0375

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12811

Received: 13/01/2018

Respondent: Mrs Marianne Gibbs

Representation:

This is a narrow road totally unsuitable for lots of traffic.

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This is a narrow road totally unsuitable for lots of traffic.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12884

Received: 01/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Edward Daniels

Representation:

This pacel of land is ideal for development if suitable roads into and out of the site can be achieved and is within walking distance of shops, chemist etc situated to the west of cucumber lane. I would suggest efforts should be made to take the traffic onto Postwick Lane to alleviate traffic going to the cucumber lane roundabout

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This pacel of land is ideal for development if suitable roads into and out of the site can be achieved and is within walking distance of shops, chemist etc situated to the west of cucumber lane. I would suggest efforts should be made to take the traffic onto Postwick Lane to alleviate traffic going to the cucumber lane roundabout

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12895

Received: 03/02/2018

Respondent: Mrs Melanie Garrett

Representation:

I object to this development. It is not apparent where the access would be for the site, however, Postwick Lane is a narrow,dangerous road which would be completely unsuitable. Brundall does not need any more development, village infrastructure is already under strain, without a large amount of prior investment.

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I object to this development. It is not apparent where the access would be for the site, however, Postwick Lane is a narrow,dangerous road which would be completely unsuitable. Brundall does not need any more development, village infrastructure is already under strain, without a large amount of prior investment.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13459

Received: 02/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Grant Nurden

Representation:

The land is currently used for agricultural purposes and should continue to be used as such.
The village has been subject to predatory planning applications by developers in excess of the needs or wishes of the local community.
This site does not demonstrate any potential for improving or developing the local economy.

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The land is currently used for agricultural purposes and should continue to be used as such.
The village has been subject to predatory planning applications by developers in excess of the needs or wishes of the local community.
This site does not demonstrate any potential for improving or developing the local economy.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13526

Received: 05/03/2018

Respondent: Brundall Parish Council

Representation:

Brundall can't accommodate any further development up to 2036 based on existing dwellings and permissions already granted. We already have had 150 (The Pastures) and 44 (Mallards) and 6 infill houses built during the current Local Plan which stated only 50 houses and the village has recently had approval for a further 155 houses (Brooms site). I.e. 355+ plus a pending application for 170 houses. We believe this is proportionate with what is the overall requirement within the GNLP.

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Brundall can't accommodate any further development up to 2036 based on existing dwellings and permissions already granted. We already have had 150 (The Pastures) and 44 (Mallards) and 6 infill houses built during the current Local Plan which stated only 50 houses and the village has recently had approval for a further 155 houses (Brooms site). I.e. 355+ plus a pending application for 170 houses. We believe this is proportionate with what is the overall requirement within the GNLP.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14952

Received: 20/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Nicola Finch

Representation:

The cumulative effect of recently built or committed developments across both Blofield and Brundall far exceed their allocations for new housing. Brundall's infrastructure in terms of the roads network, school and nursery provision and healthcare services is already struggling to cope with the increased population arising from the recently built developments and the pressure will continue with the Brooms development now approved. There needs to be some serious investment in sorting out the infrastructure to meet current and future needs before any consideration could possibly be given to the idea of even more housing, which the village cannot cope with.

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The cumulative effect of recently built or committed developments across both Blofield and Brundall far exceed their allocations for new housing. Brundall's infrastructure in terms of the roads network, school and nursery provision and healthcare services is already struggling to cope with the increased population arising from the recently built developments and the pressure will continue with the Brooms development now approved. There needs to be some serious investment in sorting out the infrastructure to meet current and future needs before any consideration could possibly be given to the idea of even more housing, which the village cannot cope with.