GNLP0301

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12801

Received: 08/01/2018

Respondent: Mr Les Gray

Representation:

I strongly object to this proposed site consideration, which is completely isolated and detached from Drayton and all the surrounding villages. The local amenities (including schools, doctors surgeries etc) are already seriously overstretched and with developments already approved (and in the pipeline) within the area, this additional housing would be totally unacceptable. Part of the site is a very matured woodland and should be preserved as such under a preservation order. There are no suitable footpaths, or bus services and the location is without doubt unsustainable. The site also goes against the Drayton Neighborhood Plan.

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I strongly object to this proposed site consideration, which is completely isolated and detached from Drayton and all the surrounding villages. The local amenities (including schools, doctors surgeries etc) are already seriously overstretched and with developments already approved (and in the pipeline) within the area, this additional housing would be totally unacceptable. Part of the site is a very matured woodland and should be preserved as such under a preservation order. There are no suitable footpaths, or bus services and the location is without doubt unsustainable. The site also goes against the Drayton Neighborhood Plan.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13101

Received: 19/02/2018

Respondent: Miss Carol Green

Representation:

This large development as close to Hellesdon as Drayton, will add pressure on facilities and infrastructure in Hellesdon, as well as additional traffic congestion on Hellesdons roads.

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This large development as close to Hellesdon as Drayton, will add pressure on facilities and infrastructure in Hellesdon, as well as additional traffic congestion on Hellesdons roads.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13134

Received: 20/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Paul Toseland

Representation:

Object to the proposal due to increased traffic on already congested roads, put more pressure on local facilities and ruining green spaces what are left on the fringe of Hellesdon and Drayton.

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Object to the proposal due to increased traffic on already congested roads, put more pressure on local facilities and ruining green spaces what are left on the fringe of Hellesdon and Drayton.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13160

Received: 20/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Paul Toseland

Representation:

Large development well away from Drayton so would therefore put pressure on facilities and amenities and add to already congested and heavily polluted roads in Hellesdon.

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Large development well away from Drayton so would therefore put pressure on facilities and amenities and add to already congested and heavily polluted roads in Hellesdon.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13296

Received: 25/02/2018

Respondent: Miss Sue Shepherd

Representation:

Drayton is a village, the local roads, pavements, drainage, schools and doctors are not capable of coping with the developments already approved let alone this additional site. This site is remote from the village and the route onto the Fakenham/Drayton High Road is likely to be via Carter Road, with the development on the corner of School Road and GNLP0271 it will become a "rat run", we have been requesting one end of Carter Road be closed off to stop this problem from growing.

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Drayton is a village, the local roads, pavements, drainage, schools and doctors are not capable of coping with the developments already approved let alone this additional site. This site is remote from the village and the route onto the Fakenham/Drayton High Road is likely to be via Carter Road, with the development on the corner of School Road and GNLP0271 it will become a "rat run", we have been requesting one end of Carter Road be closed off to stop this problem from growing.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13418

Received: 01/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Richard Grady

Representation:

Development well away from Drayton on fringe of Hellesdon. Object on grounds of: Will add to pressure on facilities and infrastructure in Hellesdon and add to the already high traffic congestion on Hellesdon's roads.

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Development well away from Drayton on fringe of Hellesdon. Object on grounds of: Will add to pressure on facilities and infrastructure in Hellesdon and add to the already high traffic congestion on Hellesdon's roads.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13777

Received: 11/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Geoffrey Hall

Representation:

I object on the grounds that this site is away from the village of Drayton and therefore any development will place extra pressure on the amenities and facilities in Hellesdon and add to the traffic congestion that already exists within Hellesdon.
Also any local taxes will go to Drayton Parish Council, not Hellesdon which will bear the majority of the impact.

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I object on the grounds that this site is away from the village of Drayton and therefore any development will place extra pressure on the amenities and facilities in Hellesdon and add to the traffic congestion that already exists within Hellesdon.
Also any local taxes will go to Drayton Parish Council, not Hellesdon which will bear the majority of the impact.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13860

Received: 12/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Nicola Stevens

Representation:

This land is close to Hellesdon which cannot tolerate any further weight of traffic. There are already issues on Reepham road and Middletons Lane which impedes local businesses and residents alike. Adding to this existing problem will increase the pressure on existing services and amenities in this area.

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This land is close to Hellesdon which cannot tolerate any further weight of traffic. There are already issues on Reepham road and Middletons Lane which impedes local businesses and residents alike. Adding to this existing problem will increase the pressure on existing services and amenities in this area.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13866

Received: 12/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Nicholas Stevens

Representation:

The weight of traffic this will cause is not acceptable. Local residents have to put up wiyh severe traffic problems already, this would put the pressure on all roads at almost breaking point, this should not be supported

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The weight of traffic this will cause is not acceptable. Local residents have to put up wiyh severe traffic problems already, this would put the pressure on all roads at almost breaking point, this should not be supported

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13900

Received: 13/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Kay Hall

Representation:

I object on the grounds that this is a large site well away from the village of Drayton and bordering Hellesdon, therefore any development will place an extra burden on Hellesdon's amenities and facilities and add to the already severe local traffic congestion. Any local taxes will go to Drayton Parish Council and not Hellesdon PCC which will bear the majority of the impact.

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I object on the grounds that this is a large site well away from the village of Drayton and bordering Hellesdon, therefore any development will place an extra burden on Hellesdon's amenities and facilities and add to the already severe local traffic congestion. Any local taxes will go to Drayton Parish Council and not Hellesdon PCC which will bear the majority of the impact.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14486

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Drayton Parish Council

Representation:

* Outside of the Settlement Limit
* Inside critical drainage area
* Remote and would be unsympathetic with form or character of village
* No connection with village facilities
* Does not meet DCO requirement 28 of NDR feeder roads.
* If approved this would seriously question validity of DCO for the NDR

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This site is outside of the settlement limit and does not relate well to the village. It is unsympathetic with form and character of the village and is remote from all services with no footway link and would rely on private forms of transport and is therefore unstainable. It is also in the critical drainage area as identified in the Norwich Urban Surface Water Management Plan. Drayton Parish Council and its residents engaged fully with NCC on traffic flow measures as part of the NDR link feeder roads. The traffic modelling was critical and challenging and the Parish Council made representations to the Planning Inspectorate. Measures were approved to meet requirement 28 for the approval of the Development Consent Order for the scheme. These were based on the known sites in the site allocation DPD 2016. These were known as DRA1 and DRA2. If this site was to come forward Drayton Parish Council will at the highest level challenge the validity of the approved scheme.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15092

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Hellesdon Parish Council

Representation:

Large development on fringe of Hellesdon. It will add to the pressure on facilities and infrastructure of Hellesdon and add to the already high level of traffic congestion.

Full text:

Large development on fringe of Hellesdon. It will add to the pressure on facilities and infrastructure of Hellesdon and add to the already high level of traffic congestion.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15861

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Brett Walker

Representation:

Would prejudice a 'no development' policy along the NDR. Development along the NDR will undo a key objective to free traffic along the radial roads to and from the City and provide opportunities for the sustainable transport measures in the NDR DCO.

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Would prejudice a 'no development' policy along the NDR. Development along the NDR will undo a key objective to free traffic along the radial roads to and from the City and provide opportunities for the sustainable transport measures in the NDR DCO.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15912

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Graham Everett

Representation:

Inside a critical drainage area as identified in the Norwich Urban Water Management Plan. This area already surfaces from surface water flooding.
Would invalidate the traffic modelling (AADT) used for approval of the Development Consent Order for the NDR. Outside of settlement limit, unsympathetic with form and character of the village.

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Inside a critical drainage area as identified in the Norwich Urban Water Management Plan. This area already surfaces from surface water flooding.
Would invalidate the traffic modelling (AADT) used for approval of the Development Consent Order for the NDR. Outside of settlement limit, unsympathetic with form and character of the village.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16008

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Ursula Franklin

Representation:

a development here would increase pressure on the facilities and infastructure in Hellesdon. Also it would add to traffic congestion.

Full text:

a development here would increase pressure on the facilities and infastructure in Hellesdon. Also it would add to traffic congestion.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16120

Received: 26/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Jane Woods

Representation:

These areas are not suitable for the proposed buildings because they would put pressure on Hellesdon medical practice and other facilities in Hellesdon.
They would cause traffic problems for the already busy roads of Hellesdon and would be dangerous for vehicles joining the main roads. The loss of habitat for wildlife should also be considered before building on our countryside.

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SITE REF: GNLP0289, 0290, 0301, 0302, 0329, 0332, 0333, 0334, 0381, 0419, 0500, 1019, 1020, 1021, 1061.
These areas are not suitable for the proposed buildings because they would put pressure on Hellesdon medical practice and other facilities in Hellesdon.
They would cause traffic problems for the already busy roads of Hellesdon and would be dangerous for vehicles joining the main roads. The loss of habitat for wildlife should also be considered before building on our countryside.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16257

Received: 24/02/2018

Respondent: Mrs Wendy Maxwell

Representation:

GNLP0289/GNLP0290/GNLP0301 - Detrimental to landscape, rare plants and wildlife grow in this wood.

Hellesdon needs more green areas with the loss of the golf course, this will make a huge gap. Traffic and pollution is bad. Doctors, chemists ad others will be over subscribed, including the schools. Someone needs to stand up for Hellesdon VILLAGE.

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GNLP1019 - this land is recreational and should never be built on.

GNLP1020 - This land is to be kept for a new burial ground.

GNLP1019/GNLP1021- There are major traffic problems in this area already.

GNLP0289/GNLP0290/GNLP0301 - Detrimental to landscape, rare plants and wildlife grow in this wood.

Hellesdon needs more green areas with the loss of the golf course, this will make a huge gap. Traffic and pollution is bad. Doctors, chemists ad others will be over subscribed, including the schools. Someone needs to stand up for Hellesdon VILLAGE.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16280

Received: 12/04/2018

Respondent: Mrs Margaret Kemp

Representation:

Building of 276 dwellings here would more than double the amount of cars on already congested roads and people using local amenities. There is no mention of providing the roads or building new doctors surgeries or schools to take all the greater population, not that we want any of these.

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GNLP 0419 - 750 houses on this site would put much pressure on the roads and local amenities. The roads now are already congested at peak times of the day. It would also spoil a lovely area which quite a lot of wildlife and birds.
GNLP 0332 - another area which is good for wildlife and birds, and would also put pressure on the amenities of Hellesdon.
GNLP 0302 - another 150-200 dwellings would increase pressure on local roads and amenities.
GNLP 1019 - beautiful recreation grounds and allotments should be kept as they are. Housing here would spoil a lovely area. Cars joining Reepham Road would be accidents waiting to happen.
GNLP 1021 - Jarrold's sportsground should be kept as a recreational area, and more cars on Fifers Lane would add to more congestion.
GNLP 0290 - beautiful area of woodland, building would be detrimental to all the wildlife and birds and the walking in this place. Building here would be criminal.
GNLP 0301 - building of 276 dwellings here would more than double the amount of cars on already congested roads and people using local amenities.
In all these proposals there is no mention of providing the roads or building new doctors surgeries or schools to take all the greater population, not that we want any of these.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16287

Received: 12/04/2018

Respondent: Mr Peter Kemp

Representation:

Large development of 276 dwellings double the amount of cars using already congested roads and people using local amenities. No mention of improving or building new amenities, doctors, schools etc. or improving the already poor road systems.

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GNLP 0419 - the loss of an open field site with boundaries of woods and trees would be such a loss to Reepham Road, Hellesdon, and the building of 750 houses would be awful. We walk around here and you can hear skylarks and other birds, wildlife would suffer greatly.
750 houses would generate double that amount of cars down the road which is already busy especially work and school run times this also would put more pressure on doctors (of which I see no mention of building another practice to ease patient pressure). To sum it up not a good idea to build these houses especially as we already live here and would see the dreadful results of this.
GNLP 0332 - much the same as the above site. Another open field site with much wildlife and birds, as well as putting pressure on the amenities of Hellesdon.
GNLP 0302 - another 150 -200 properties would put much pressure on roads and amenities which are already busy.
GNLP - 1019 beautiful recreational grounds and allotments should be allowed to stay as they are and would be totally spoilt with housing again putting pressure roads and amenities.
GNLP - 1021 Jarrold's sports ground, recreational area would be totally spoilt, more cars on an already congested Fifers Lane would be terrible.
GNLP0290 - Beautiful area of woodland, detrimental to all the wildlife and walking, criminal to develop here.
GNLP 0301 - large development of 276 dwellings double the amount of cars using already congested roads and people using local amenities.
In all of these proposals I see no mention of improving or building new amenities, doctors, schools etc. or improving the already poor road systems.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16290

Received: 12/04/2018

Respondent: Mrs R Batch

Representation:

GNLP 0301
I object on the grounds of it being detrimental to landscape and character of the local area. I have grown up with these woods! They are one of the few natural, beautiful woodland areas left in Hellesdon!! They do NOT need to be developed in ANY way!! Aside of destroying their natural beauty and wildlife within them, it will cause access and highway issues and will put, yet MORE, pressure on the facilities of Hellesdon, which the new occupants would undoubtedly use!!

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GNLP 1019
Please, PLEASE, do not build any more houses in Hellesdon and in particular on Cottenham's Park. This land was designated for recreational use for the Hellesdon people! How dare you over rule this licence so that you can build houses, for the people who will effectively be living on the Horsford Boundary!!! This land is one of the few remaining Green areas left in Hellesdon, particularly now you have decided to ruin the beautiful golf course by building on there! I wonder how many Broadland Council Staff actually live in Hellesdon and see the ruin it has become? It takes me over 30 minutes to drive 2.3 miles to work every day! Despite the NDR, which you promised would make a difference, Hellesdon is still gridlocked! I live on the Reepham Road and have lived in Hellsedon nearly 50 years. Shame on you for pursuing with your devastation of our community; for destroying our beautiful green areas and all the wildlife within them - this is our heritage!!!
I reject this proposal on the grounds of: the loss of last remaining green land and impact to wildlife; insufficient road infrastructure (despite the NDR, everyone still passes through Reepham Road for the city centre and they always will!); insufficient proposals/provision given to local doctors and dentists etc.; and let's not forget any CIL money for the development would go to Drayton and Horsford Councils, while residents would, undoubtedly, be using Hellesdon facilities! Just criminal! Please just stop now. No more houses!

GNLP 0290
I object on the grounds of it being detrimental to the landscape and character of the local area. I have grown up in these woods! They are one of the few natural, beautiful woodland areas left in Hellesdon!! They do NOT need to be developed ANY way!! Aside of destroying their natural beauty and the wildlife within them, it will cause access and highway issues and will put, yet MORE, pressure on the facilities of Hellesdon, which the new occupants would undoubtedly use!!

GNLP 0301
I object on the grounds of it being detrimental to landscape and character of the local area. I have grown up with these woods! They are one of the few natural, beautiful woodland areas left in Hellesdon!! They do NOT need to be developed in ANY way!! Aside of destroying their natural beauty and wildlife within them, it will cause access and highway issues and will put, yet MORE, pressure on the facilities of Hellesdon, which the new occupants would undoubtedly use!!

GNLP 0302
I object on the grounds of it removing MORE of the green area left between Hellesdon and Horsford. Although it will be technically based in the parish of Horsford, it will actually be closer to Hellesdon and therefore, it will be the Hellesdon facilities, amenities and road infrastructure that will suffer.

GNLP 0334
I object on the grounds of it removing yet MORE of the green area and natural woodland left between Hellesdon and Horsford. Although it will be technically based in the parish of Horsford, it will actually be closer to Hellesdon and therefore, it will the Hellesdon facilities, amenities and road infrastructure that will suffer.

GNLP 0419
I object on the grounds of it removing yet MORE of the green area and natural woodland left between Hellesdon and Horsford. The access will be straight onto a 50mph road and once again, this development will end up putting stress on the facilities, traffic congestion and amenities of Hellesdon!

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16427

Received: 19/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Cedric Hacon

Representation:

This development will add to strain on local facilities and roads. and could lead to infill of area next to I to Manor Park.

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GNLP0289
Object to the change of use from care home to apartments. The Care Home ii an valuable resource for those requiring residential and day care. Further, the closure of the Bellecare Home reduces employment opportunities in the area
The 39 -76 vehicles entering and leaving Drayton High Road will add to the congestion and hazards on this highway.

GNLP0290
This development is on part of Drayton Wood- a County Wild life Site and will reduce the area of woodland and block the entrance to the Public Rights of Way in the wood. The Rights of Way are regularly used for parties of health walkers , and daily by dog walkers and joggers.
The traffic from the new properties will add to traffic and hazards on Drayton High Road.
It will ill destroy the green belt between Drayton and Hellesdon

GNLP0329
This development will block the entrance from Hurn Road to the Public Right of Way FP11 to Reepham Road, the path off FP11 to FPs 12/13 round and from Canham's Hill. Further it will destroy a Green Link to Drayton Wood behind Howell Road (presently a Permissive path). The area cannot be developed for housing as it is designated clear area for planes leaving and approaching Norwich Airport. Further ,foul water from the properties will add to the overload of sewage at the Low Road pumping station. This is adjacent to the protected River Wensum Valley SSI area.

GNLP0301
This development will add to strain on local facilities and roads. and could lead to infill of area next to I to Manor Park.

20170196
Why is this site omitted from the GNLP map of development sites?

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16454

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Marcia Harbord

Representation:

0329/301 - Object - Site unsuitable, splits boundaries Loss of arable/pasture land. Pressure on Hellesdon services.

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Site Proposals:

0344 - Object - This is a wildlife site, remote from Horsford. Would increase pressure on ameniteies and facilities in Hellesdon. Traffic concerns.

0289 & 0290 - Object - Detrimental to landscape, rights of way, increased pressure on services provided by Hellesdon.

0301 & 0329 - Object - Site unsuitable, splits boundaries Loss of arable/pasture land. Pressure on Hellesdon services.

1019 - Object - Recreation Land - Designated for Hellesdon Parish, No, No, No.

0332 - Object - Green Buffer twixt Hellesdon/ Horsford. Pressure on all services traffic implications etc within Hellesdon.

0333 - Object - Norwich Airport safety zone remote from Horsford. Pressure on all services and traffic concerns provided by Hellesdon parish.

0419 - Object - Remote from Horsford. Loss of green space has environmental impact. Pressure on all Hellesdon services. Traffic issues, access - to a 50mph road

0302 - Object - Noise pollution from NDR

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16462

Received: 28/02/2018

Respondent: Mrs Colleen Collins

Representation:

Strongly object!
Agree with all Hellesdon Parish Council objection comments regarding loss of green space/ environmental impact, pressure on already stretched Hellesdon amenities and horrendous traffic problems

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GNLP 0289/ 0290/ 0301/ 0329/ 0302/ 0332/ 0333/ 0334/ 0419/ 0381
Strongly object!
Agree with all Hellesdon Parish Council objection comments regarding loss of green space/ environmental impact, pressure on already stretched Hellesdon amenities and horrendous traffic problems

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16478

Received: 28/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Neil Collins

Representation:

I agree with all Hellesdon Parish Council comments regarding the loss of green space, the environmental impact, pressure on already stretched Hellesdon infrastructure, amenities and the already and existing traffic problems in spite of the 'NDR'. I strongly object to any of the above!!

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GNLP 0298/ 0290/ 0301/ 0329/ 0302/ 0332/ 0333/ 0334/ 0419/ 0381
I agree with all Hellesdon Parish Council comments regarding the loss of green space, the environmental impact, pressure on already stretched Hellesdon infrastructure, amenities and the already and existing traffic problems in spite of the 'NDR'. I strongly object to any of the above!!
GNLP 1020 A cemetery application was turned down because of bad access and egress to the site, also because of Norwich Airport. Take off flight lines, remember the aircraft crash years ago. The planning applications to build houses on any of the land owned by R.G Carter is complete madness and detrimental to public safety.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16517

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Drayton Parish Council

Representation:

Site is away from the village centre and unstainable. This site could not be supported.

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GNLP0301 - Land East of Drayton Lane and North of Hall Lane.
RESOLVED: Site is away from the village centre and unstainable. This site could not be supported.

GNLP0270 - Land Between Taverham Road and Costessey Lane.
RESOLVED: The site has a considerable fall across the site and drainage could be a problem. This site could not be supported.


GNLP0271 - Land South of Low Road.
RESOLVED: Site has already been pushed forward for permissions under application number 201702012. Objections have already been lodged with the planning authority.


GNLP0289 - Behell Care Services 189A Drayton High Road.
RESOLVED: Subject to receipt of more detailed plans and proposals the site could be given consideration by the Parish Council.

GNLP0290 - Land Adjacent to Drayton Wood Care Home, 189A Drayton High Road.
RESOLVED: Subject to receipt of more detailed plans and proposals the site could be given consideration by the Parish Council.

GNLP0465 - Land off North Norwich Distributor Road.
RESOLVED: Subject to receipt of more detailed plans and proposals the site could be given consideration by the Parish Council.

GNLP0329 - Land to Rear of Bradshaw Road and Accessed via Reepham Road.
RESOLVED: This site is within the flight path and crash site of Norwich Airport. In addition, the planning inspectorate had ruled against development of a cemetery on this site. The site could not be supported.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16543

Received: 19/03/2018

Respondent: Miss Joy Ramsey

Representation:

GNLP0301 - within safety zone of Norwich International Airport.

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GNLP0289 - Conversion of care home. Adjoins County Wildlife Site and will encroach on Gertrude Jeckyll garden (see attached)
GNLP290 - proposed development to side of driveway to Benell Care Home. Is oil pipe which served Norwich International Airport still active? (running alongside existing driveway)
GNLP0301 - within safety zone of Norwich International Airport.
GNLP0329 - loss of agricultural land. Access poor and within safety zone of Airport.
GNLP0334; GNLP0332; GNLP0333; GNLP0419: This is currently agricultural land and needs to continue likewise. Within safety zone and high noise levels from aircraft using Norwich International Airport
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