GNLP0293

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13348

Received: 27/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Raymond Smith

Representation:

Part of this site was already allocated CAW2, this has not been brought forward for development.
This new submission is far too big for Cawston
There will be issues with Highways
The other site proposed, off Fred Tuddenham Way is much better in terms of location and scale

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Part of this site was already allocated CAW2, this has not been brought forward for development.
This new submission is far too big for Cawston
There will be issues with Highways
The other site proposed, off Fred Tuddenham Way is much better in terms of location and scale

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13955

Received: 14/03/2018

Respondent: STEPHEN ASTLEY

Representation:

This development would dwarf the existing village, transport links would be unable to cope with such an increase and destroying important countryside when brownfield sites are available is the wrong choice.

Full text:

This development would dwarf the existing village, transport links would be unable to cope with such an increase and destroying important countryside when brownfield sites are available is the wrong choice.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13972

Received: 14/03/2018

Respondent: Mr James Livingstone

Representation:

I think that the site appraisal said it itself. This is a big development, yet not big enough to provide additional infrastructure. The school the roads and the local services are already at capacity.
A development of this scale needs more thought. It would need to consider service provision, employment opportunities, improved road access to other areas of the village, and to take a generally more rounded view of the opportunities and risks of development. The provision of a scout hut hardly makes the grade on its own.

Full text:

I think that the site appraisal said it itself. This is a big development, yet not big enough to provide additional infrastructure. The school the roads and the local services are already at capacity.
A development of this scale needs more thought. It would need to consider service provision, employment opportunities, improved road access to other areas of the village, and to take a generally more rounded view of the opportunities and risks of development. The provision of a scout hut hardly makes the grade on its own.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14138

Received: 16/03/2018

Respondent: Mr. Brian Schuil

Representation:

This proposed plan is way too large for Cawston. The road infrastructure is not there to start with, another 200 houses with however many extra car journeys it will bring to this piece of road without any major changes being made to the road layout first will bring the Village to a standstill.As things are at present this section of road adjacent to the proposed plan often gets blocked by larger vehicles going in opposite directions trying to get through the narrow bendy section at the same time. A promise of a scout hut will not be a winner.

Full text:

This proposed plan is way too large for Cawston. The road infrastructure is not there to start with, another 200 houses with however many extra car journeys it will bring to this piece of road without any major changes being made to the road layout first will bring the Village to a standstill.As things are at present this section of road adjacent to the proposed plan often gets blocked by larger vehicles going in opposite directions trying to get through the narrow bendy section at the same time. A promise of a scout hut will not be a winner.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14174

Received: 16/03/2018

Respondent: Stephanie Spencer

Representation:

The proposed development of 200 homes on this site cannot be supported by the current infra structure. The local school, bus routes doctors and shops do not have the capacity to support development on this scale. The B1145 which the main access road into and out of the Village already has a large amount of traffic which does not adhere to current speed limits. This is also the road children cross when going to school as there are no footpaths in this part of the village. Additional traffic and children using this road would be hazardous to all users.

Full text:

The proposed development of 200 homes on this site cannot be supported by the current infra structure. The local school, bus routes doctors and shops do not have the capacity to support development on this scale. The B1145 which the main access road into and out of the Village already has a large amount of traffic which does not adhere to current speed limits. This is also the road children cross when going to school as there are no footpaths in this part of the village. Additional traffic and children using this road would be hazardous to all users.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16035

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr. Brian Schuil

Representation:

The Councillors of Cawston Parish Council discussed this proposed 200 new homes and objected to the plan as being way too large for our village,the road to this site can barely cope with the traffic at present let alone have all the associated traffic generated by another 200 houses. The entrance to the local Primary School is adjacent to this site, most children have to cross this road to gain access, at present with a "Lollipop Lady", but for how much longer? Outsiders saying we have all the facilities in place for any development in this Village should look again.

Full text:

The Councillors of Cawston Parish Council discussed this proposed 200 new homes and objected to the plan as being way too large for our village,the road to this site can barely cope with the traffic at present let alone have all the associated traffic generated by another 200 houses. The entrance to the local Primary School is adjacent to this site, most children have to cross this road to gain access, at present with a "Lollipop Lady", but for how much longer? Outsiders saying we have all the facilities in place for any development in this Village should look again.