GNLP0436

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12810

Received: 13/01/2018

Respondent: Mrs Marianne Gibbs

Representation:

This land should be kept for recreation as it is in the center of the village next to the village hall. There are plenty of houses being built elsewhere in the village which don't encroach on the obvious best recreation option

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This land should be kept for recreation as it is in the center of the village next to the village hall. There are plenty of houses being built elsewhere in the village which don't encroach on the obvious best recreation option

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12812

Received: 13/01/2018

Respondent: Mrs Marianne Gibbs

Representation:

A development of this size is simply going to alter the character of Brundall completely. Spoil the view across the fields from the village hall and swallow up more farmland

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A development of this size is simply going to alter the character of Brundall completely. Spoil the view across the fields from the village hall and swallow up more farmland

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12822

Received: 20/01/2018

Respondent: Mr Graham Abbott

Representation:

I object because this would be contrary to the local neighbourhood plan for Brundall, adopted by Broadland District Council, and would not protect and enhance the view north east from the Memorial Hall at the north end of Links Avenue in Brundall.

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I object because this would be contrary to the local neighbourhood plan for Brundall, adopted by Broadland District Council, and would not protect and enhance the view north east from the Memorial Hall at the north end of Links Avenue in Brundall.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12823

Received: 20/01/2018

Respondent: Mr Graham Abbott

Representation:

Also I wish to object because the only access road for this development emerges on a road of a size and quality that is totally unsuitable for the volume of traffic this site would generate.

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Also I wish to object because the only access road for this development emerges on a road of a size and quality that is totally unsuitable for the volume of traffic this site would generate.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12835

Received: 21/01/2018

Respondent: Mrs Merri Ryan

Representation:

I object to the proposal for housing development on this site as it directly contravenes the Brundall Neighbourhood Plan's determination to preserve the views, access and traffic considerations are unfathomable, the effects on wildlife would be disastrous, and many other issues directly commented on (by myself and others) in connection with Planning Application number 20171386 currently in place awaiting action at Broadland District Council Planning Department.

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I object to the proposal for housing development on this site as it directly contravenes the Brundall Neighbourhood Plan's determination to preserve the views, access and traffic considerations are unfathomable, the effects on wildlife would be disastrous, and many other issues directly commented on (by myself and others) in connection with Planning Application number 20171386 currently in place awaiting action at Broadland District Council Planning Department.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12882

Received: 01/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Edward Daniels

Representation:

This site i in for planning approval so it is easy to see what is being proposed, The proposal submitted gives Brundall much needed recreational space andin keeping with the neighbourhood plan, most of the residents who signed the petition against this development were against any form of new building, but it has been shown by the recent approval of the GNLP0325 site that the planning committee are powerless to stop approval. This site is better thought out and will have less impact on the traffic situation at the cucumber lane roundabout than that already approved north of Berryfields.

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This site i in for planning approval so it is easy to see what is being proposed, The proposal submitted gives Brundall much needed recreational space andin keeping with the neighbourhood plan, most of the residents who signed the petition against this development were against any form of new building, but it has been shown by the recent approval of the GNLP0325 site that the planning committee are powerless to stop approval. This site is better thought out and will have less impact on the traffic situation at the cucumber lane roundabout than that already approved north of Berryfields.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12894

Received: 03/02/2018

Respondent: Mrs Melanie Garrett

Representation:

The development contravenes the Brundall Neighbourhood Plan. There would be unacceptable levels of traffic conjestion in Brundall village and also at the access roundabout to the A47. The proposed access to/ from the site is onto Brundall Road, which is unsuitable and would be dangerous.
The village infrastructure cannot cope with a large influx of additional residents without large scale investment

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I object to this proposed development. The proposed development contravenes the Neighbourhood Plan for Brundall.
The only access from this development is onto Brundall Road, which is unsuitable for the additional levels of traffic which would be generated from the proposed development. In addition, the additional traffic would lead to heavy congestion, at peak times at the roundabout at the top of Yarmouth Road/ Cucumber Lane onto the A47. There would also be congestion in Brundall Street.
The village infrastructure; doctors,dentist, school, nursery etc are already under strain from the additional residents living in the The Pastures and Mallards developments and more residential development would impact severely and fundamentally on village life.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13409

Received: 01/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Diana Vanderson

Representation:

I want to object to development of this site on several grounds. Brundall has very narrow access roads, and even The Street itself is not wide enough in parts for two buses/lorries or even large cars to pass. The pavements are not wide enough for two people, or pushchair plus walking child. If passing on these pavements,someone has to step into the road. The beautiful and open views across to Blofield Church would be lost forever, as would the farm land. With population increases & more mouths to feed, why are we building over our agricultural land.

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I want to object to development of this site on several grounds. Brundall has very narrow access roads, and even The Street itself is not wide enough in parts for two buses/lorries or even large cars to pass. The pavements are not wide enough for two people, or pushchair plus walking child. If passing on these pavements,someone has to step into the road. The beautiful and open views across to Blofield Church would be lost forever, as would the farm land. With population increases & more mouths to feed, why are we building over our agricultural land.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13460

Received: 02/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Grant Nurden

Representation:

The land is allocated partly for recreation and currently used for agricultural purposes. The whole site should be used to address the inadequate recreation facilities in the village.
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 allocated partly for recreation and currently used for agricultural purposes. The whole site should be used to address the inadequate recreation facilities in the village.
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: 13527

Received: 05/03/2018

Respondent: Brundall Parish Council

Representation:

We would like for the full site to be allocated for recreation only due to the chronic shortage of land for recreational purposes

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We would like for the full site to be allocated for recreation only due to the chronic shortage of land for recreational purposes

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13794

Received: 11/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Jonathan Flowers

Representation:

Against Brundall neighbourhood plan. Brundall's population has grown considerably in the last few years, with The Street considerably busier with traffic, not just at rush hour, but at all times. The village cannot cope with more housing development at the heart of the village. Plus it would destroy the beautiful views. I strongly oppose housing development here.

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Against Brundall neighbourhood plan. Brundall's population has grown considerably in the last few years, with The Street considerably busier with traffic, not just at rush hour, but at all times. The village cannot cope with more housing development at the heart of the village. Plus it would destroy the beautiful views. I strongly oppose housing development here.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14084

Received: 15/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Graham Cooper

Representation:

This land is adjacent to Witton Run which is a significant geomorphological feature worthy of note and preservation. It is detailed in Section 6.2, Environment, of the Blofield Parish Neighbourhood Plan adopted in 2016.

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This land is adjacent to Witton Run which is a significant geomorphological feature worthy of note and preservation. It is detailed in Section 6.2, Environment, of the Blofield Parish Neighbourhood Plan adopted in 2016.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14949

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.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15267

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Helen Casson

Representation:

The proposed development would destroy an unique historic space in the heart of Brundall, comparable to a village green. The river valley is an important landscape feature and the open space on either side provides a classic view, completed by the mediaeval tower of Blofield Church. which has been enjoyed for centuries by people from both villages. The location of the site, central to the linear village and adjoining the village hall, means that it is accessed easily from all sides by people walking dogs, jogging or strolling . It provides an alternative walking route to the congested Street,.

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The proposed development would destroy an unique historic space in the heart of Brundall, comparable to a village green. The river valley is an important landscape feature and the open space on either side provides a classic view, completed by the mediaeval tower of Blofield Church. which has been enjoyed for centuries by people from both villages. The location of the site, central to the linear village and adjoining the village hall, means that it is accessed easily from all sides by people walking dogs, jogging or strolling . It provides an alternative walking route to the congested Street,.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15558

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Judith Byrne

Representation:

Brundall village residents were consulted and agreed an extensive Neighbourhood Plan which allowed for some development but preserved the essence of its village status. Developments since the Plan have already exceeded those expected and have caused pressure on its resources, amenities and traffic problems. Further development, in particular the position of this development would be severely detrimental to the village destroying all that was planned for its future. Villagers have signed and presented their objections to BDC and thei PC and should be listened to. It is they and not the developers who know the problems this will cause.

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Brundall village residents were consulted and agreed an extensive Neighbourhood Plan which allowed for some development but preserved the essence of its village status. Developments since the Plan have already exceeded those expected and have caused pressure on its resources, amenities and traffic problems. Further development, in particular the position of this development would be severely detrimental to the village destroying all that was planned for its future. Villagers have signed and presented their objections to BDC and thei PC and should be listened to. It is they and not the developers who know the problems this will cause.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15864

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Jason Masala

Representation:

This proposal is a poor choice for the following reasons (in no particular order):

Increased traffic flow in an already busy village.
More pressure on overstretched local services (school and doctors especially).
Historic, scenic and popular views with locals, residents and walkers.
The last major area of green space inside the village would be taken away.

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This proposal is a poor choice for the following reasons (in no particular order):

Increased traffic flow in an already busy village.
More pressure on overstretched local services (school and doctors especially).
Historic, scenic and popular views with locals, residents and walkers.
The last major area of green space inside the village would be taken away.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16766

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Quantum Land

Representation:

A hybrid planning application is currently before Broadland District Council and we expect this application to be determined by the Council in the next few months. It should be noted that the planning application is for up to 170 homes on the site, and as such we wish this reduced number to be reflected in the GNLP allocation.
Some of the issues that have been highlighted in the Settlement Summary in respect of this site have also been raised in relation to the planning application, these matters have been and are being addressed. It is noted that the GNLP HELAA Capacity Assessment undertaken for this site indicates that the site is considered to be 'Suitable' for the purposes of land availability assessment.

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We write regarding the consultation on the above documents, and in relation to Site Reference GNLP0436 - Land North of Links Avenue, Brundall.
We welcome the inclusion of the above site in the Site Proposals document, and note the comments made in the Settlement Summary.
A hybrid planning application is currently before Broadland District Council (planning ref. 20171386) for their consideration in respect of the above site, and we expect this application to be determined by the Council in the next few months. It should be noted that the planning application is for up to 170 homes on the site, and as such we wish this reduced number to be reflected in the GNLP allocation.
Some of the issues that have been highlighted in the Settlement Summary in respect of this site have also been raised in relation to the planning application. Through a process of discussion with the Council, and with the relevant statutory consultees, these matters have been and are being addressed. It is noted that the GNLP Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA) Capacity Assessment undertaken for this site indicates that the site is considered to be 'Suitable' for the purposes of land availability assessment.
Notwithstanding the determination of the current planning application, we support the allocation of this site in the emerging GNLP. We believe that its allocation represents a sustainable approach to the identification of housing land supply within Broadland District and the wider Greater Norwich area.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 19662

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Barton Willmore

Representation:

COMMENTS RECIEVED DURING STAGE B OF THE CONSULTATION

Representations of Quantum Group in respect of site GNLP0436.

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Representations from the Quantum Group in respect of site GNLP0436.

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