GNLP1021

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13100

Received: 19/02/2018

Respondent: Miss Carol Green

Representation:

This land is designated as recreational and should remain so. Under the neighbourhood plan all green spaces should be protected.

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This land is designated as recreational and should remain so. Under the neighbourhood plan all green spaces should be protected.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13147

Received: 20/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Paul Toseland

Representation:

This would put pressure on fifers lane and Cromer road where there's always heavy pollution due to the volume of traffic which obviously causes health implications to local residents, would also put pressure on local amenities in Hellesdon.
The land would be better suited as a green space for the public to use.

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This would put pressure on fifers lane and Cromer road where there's always heavy pollution due to the volume of traffic which obviously causes health implications to local residents, would also put pressure on local amenities in Hellesdon.
The land would be better suited as a green space for the public to use.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13433

Received: 01/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Richard Grady

Representation:

This is the Jarrold's sports field and is designated as recreational land. Any change to this designation should be strongly resisted

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This is the Jarrold's sports field and is designated as recreational land. Any change to this designation should be strongly resisted

Comment

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14723

Received: 20/03/2018

Respondent: MR & MRS ALAN & JANETTE WELLS

Representation:

It is most important to keep this piece of land as a green space to offset the amount of air pollution in the immediate vicinity from air traffic and road traffic on Fifers Lane and Cromer Road.

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It is most important to keep this piece of land as a green space to offset the amount of air pollution in the immediate vicinity from air traffic and road traffic on Fifers Lane and Cromer Road.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15100

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Hellesdon Parish Council

Representation:

This is virtually the last green area in Hellesdon and should be retained as an amenity for the Parish of Hellesdon which has below a satisfactory level of formal recreation land

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This is virtually the last green area in Hellesdon and should be retained as an amenity for the Parish of Hellesdon which has below a satisfactory level of formal recreation land

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15420

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Shelagh Gurney

Representation:

I have submitted this site on behalf of Hellesdon Parish Council. The site is in private ownership, but before its closure it was a Sportsground for a local company offering Football pitches, tennis courts, a full size bowling green and a club house. Hellesdon is deficient per head of population in formal recreational facility sites by some 12 hectares, and as a Parish Council we believe that this is the last piece of green open recreational space within the parish periphery which needs to be kept for the residents amenity. The parish council fully support this site allocation proposal.

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I have submitted this site on behalf of Hellesdon Parish Council. The site is in private ownership, but before its closure it was a Sportsground for a local company offering Football pitches, tennis courts, a full size bowling green and a club house. Hellesdon is deficient per head of population in formal recreational facility sites by some 12 hectares, and as a Parish Council we believe that this is the last piece of green open recreational space within the parish periphery which needs to be kept for the residents amenity. The parish council fully support this site allocation proposal.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15718

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Sport England

Representation:

Sport England support the retention of this site for sport, given the deficiencies of provision in the local area. It is capable of accommodating sports pitches, a bowling green, tennis courts and clubhouse/community centre. It's allocation would be in line with Sport England planning objectives to protect existing sports facilities, and NPPF (Paras 73-74).

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Sport England support the retention of this site for sport, given the deficiencies of provision in the local area. It is capable of accommodating sports pitches, a bowling green, tennis courts and clubhouse/community centre. It's allocation would be in line with Sport England planning objectives to protect existing sports facilities, and NPPF (Paras 73-74).

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16015

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Graham Everett

Representation:

I fully support the site for use as recreational land.

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I fully support the site for use as recreational land.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16034

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Ursula Franklin

Representation:

this is currently a sport's field. Hellesdon is short of green spaces and such an area once built on would be gone for ever.

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this is currently a sport's field. Hellesdon is short of green spaces and such an area once built on would be gone for ever.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16131

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: 16254

Received: 24/02/2018

Respondent: Mrs Wendy Maxwell

Representation:

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

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: 16278

Received: 12/04/2018

Respondent: Mrs Margaret Kemp

Representation:

Jarrold's sportsground should be kept as a recreational area, and more cars on Fifers Lane would add to more congestion. 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: 16285

Received: 12/04/2018

Respondent: Mr Peter Kemp

Representation:

Jarrold's sports ground, recreational area would be totally spoilt, more cars on an already congested Fifers Lane would be terrible. 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.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16347

Received: 15/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Victoria Reynolds

Representation:

I support this site being an open recreational site urgently needed for [the] immediate area. Access from Heath Crescent would not be suitable.
I am concerned that all the proposed sites in Hellesdon would put extra strain on the doctors' practise and existing schools.

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I support this site being an open recreational site urgently needed for [the] immediate area. Access from Heath Crescent would not be suitable.
I am concerned that all the proposed sites in Hellesdon would put extra strain on the doctors' practise and existing schools.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 19622

Received: 11/11/2018

Respondent: Mr William Johnson

Representation:

COMMENT RECIEVED DURING STAGE B

The development of this site would be denying residents of hellesdon another green space which are becoming less and less. The building of housing in Hellesdon is putting amenities, doctors and roads under unbearable pressure, it is hard enough now to get GP appointments without the proposed 1,000 houses on Royal Norwich golf club. This new development would be the final straw. The pressure on the road fifers lane where the proposed development would exit, even now if a vehicle is entering or exiting heath crescent at peak times it causes considerable hold ups in fifers lane if more vehicles were trying it would mean chaos.

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The development of this site would be denying residents of hellesdon another green space which are becoming less and less. The building of housing in Hellesdon is putting amenities, doctors and roads under unbearable pressure, it is hard enough now to get GP appointments without the proposed 1,000 houses on Royal Norwich golf club. This new development would be the final straw. The pressure on the road fifers lane where the proposed development would exit, even now if a vehicle is entering or exiting heath crescent at peak times it causes considerable hold ups in fifers lane if more vehicles were trying it would mean chaos.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 19729

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Kate Ulph

Representation:

We do not feel that the plans for these areas should go ahead. With the houses been built at the old golf course Hellesdon has taken its share of housing already. Traffic in Hellesdon is already a problem and can not handle more houses and cars.

Our children go to xxxxxxx Schools and they are already over subscribed. The junior school had to put on an extra class for year 3 this year. I worry as well how the High school will cope. Its already difficult to get an appointment at the doctors surgery so there is no way they can take on the additional people these houses will bring.

We need to protect our green areas as they are important to help reduce pollution. They also give local residents areas to walk play and socialise.
Hellesdon will be a sad place if these are removed and I worry about our children's futures.

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We do not feel that the plans for these areas should go ahead. With the houses been built at the old golf course Hellesdon has taken its share of housing already. Traffic in Hellesdon is already a problem and can not handle more houses and cars.

Our children go to xxxxxxx Schools and they are already over subscribed. The junior school had to put on an extra class for year 3 this year. I worry as well how the High school will cope. Its already difficult to get an appointment at the doctors surgery so there is no way they can take on the additional people these houses will bring.

We need to protect our green areas as they are important to help reduce pollution. They also give local residents areas to walk play and socialise.
Hellesdon will be a sad place if these are removed and I worry about our children's futures.

Comments applicable to sites GNLP 0334R, 0289, 1019, 0333, 0332R and 1021