GNLP0586

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12846

Received: 24/01/2018

Respondent: Ms Jane Wisbey

Representation:

The road access to this site is down a single country lane. The site is not suitable for residential development and development is not in keeping with the surrounding area of rural farmland

Full text:

The road access to this site is down a single country lane. The site is not suitable for residential development and development is not in keeping with the surrounding area of rural farmland

Comment

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13259

Received: 24/02/2018

Respondent: weston longville parish council

Representation:

Description of the proposed development in Heela suitability assessment does not match the GNLP description for the site - the former indicates open space, the latter an undisclosed number of houses developed.

Full text:

Description of the proposed development in Heela suitability assessment does not match the GNLP description for the site - the former indicates open space, the latter an undisclosed number of houses developed.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13624

Received: 07/03/2018

Respondent: Great Witchingham Parish Council

Representation:

This is an inappropriate place for development of any kind however use for public open space would be considered as acceptable provided access was from the existing PROW via Hall Walk or the village hall site.
The condition of Heath Lane is of narrow width and does currently not support two way traffic and the current dangers would be exacerbated by an increase in the volume of vehicles or parking of vehicles wishing to use the site.
The access from Heath Lane onto A1067 is obscured due to poor visual splays and limited sight of oncoming vehicles from Sparham Hill..

Full text:

This is an inappropriate place for development of any kind however use for public open space would be considered as acceptable provided access was from the existing PROW via Hall Walk or the village hall site.
The condition of Heath Lane is of narrow width and does currently not support two way traffic and the current dangers would be exacerbated by an increase in the volume of vehicles or parking of vehicles wishing to use the site.
The access from Heath Lane onto A1067 is obscured due to poor visual splays and limited sight of oncoming vehicles from Sparham Hill..