GNLP0302

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12931

Received: 07/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Les Gray

Representation:

I strongly object to this proposed site consideration, which is completely isolated and detached from Horsford 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. There are no suitable footpaths, or bus services and the location is without doubt unsustainable. The site (being adjacent the Drayton area boundary) 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 Horsford 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. There are no suitable footpaths, or bus services and the location is without doubt unsustainable. The site (being adjacent the Drayton area boundary) also goes against the Drayton Neighborhood Plan

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13097

Received: 19/02/2018

Respondent: Miss Carol Green

Representation:

The development of this large site will virtually join Horsford and Hellesdon resulting in both communities losing their individual character and identity, with the loss of yet more of the green buffer. These homes being closer to Hellesdon than Horsford will result in an additional burden on the resources of Hellesdon whilst increasing traffic congestion and pollution and reducing the air quality.

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The development of this large site will virtually join Horsford and Hellesdon resulting in both communities losing their individual character and identity, with the loss of yet more of the green buffer. These homes being closer to Hellesdon than Horsford will result in an additional burden on the resources of Hellesdon whilst increasing traffic congestion and pollution and reducing the air quality.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13158

Received: 20/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Paul Toseland

Representation:

It would remove more of the green buffer between Horsford and Hellesdon is also remote from village of Horsford so would therefore put pressure on facilities and amenities and add to already congested roads on Hellesdon.

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It would remove more of the green buffer between Horsford and Hellesdon is also remote from village of Horsford so would therefore put pressure on facilities and amenities and add to already congested roads on Hellesdon.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13168

Received: 20/02/2018

Respondent: MRS EDWINA BROWNE

Representation:

This large development includes GNLP 1019, recreational land in Hellesdon which must be removed. This site which includes the airport safety zone, would effectively remove the green buffer between Hellesdon and Horsford, resulting in both settlements losing their character and identity and creating an urban sprawl. Remote from Horsford, residents will use the facilities and services of Hellesdon putting additional pressure on already overstretched services, whilst adding to the already severe traffic congestion in Hellesdon.

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This large development includes GNLP 1019, recreational land in Hellesdon which must be removed. This site which includes the airport safety zone, would effectively remove the green buffer between Hellesdon and Horsford, resulting in both settlements losing their character and identity and creating an urban sprawl. Remote from Horsford, residents will use the facilities and services of Hellesdon putting additional pressure on already overstretched services, whilst adding to the already severe traffic congestion in Hellesdon.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13429

Received: 01/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Richard Grady

Representation:

This is a large site close to the Hellesdon Parish boundary. Object on the following grounds: This removes more of the green "buffer" between Hellesdon and Horsford, noise from the NDR, it is remote from the village of Horsford, development will therefore put pressure on the facilities and amenities and add to the already severe traffic congestion in Hellesdon.

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This is a large site close to the Hellesdon Parish boundary. Object on the following grounds: This removes more of the green "buffer" between Hellesdon and Horsford, noise from the NDR, it is remote from the village of Horsford, development will therefore put pressure on the facilities and amenities and add to the already severe traffic congestion in Hellesdon.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13552

Received: 05/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Ruth Gibbons

Representation:

My main concern for this site is it will put even more traffic on the Reepham Road which is already heavily congested at peak times. This also has an impact on Middleton's lane which is as busy as ever despite the new NDR. The NDR prevents this site from joining on to current development in Horsford and as such will impact on Hellesdon and Drayton services and facilities without any cost benefits to these parishes.

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My main concern for this site is it will put even more traffic on the Reepham Road which is already heavily congested at peak times. This also has an impact on Middleton's lane which is as busy as ever despite the new NDR. The NDR prevents this site from joining on to current development in Horsford and as such will impact on Hellesdon and Drayton services and facilities without any cost benefits to these parishes.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14653

Received: 19/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Claire Willingham

Representation:

I strongly object to this proposal. Is all green space to be taken away from the next generation? As someone in Hellesdon who lives right next to the lovely current green fields my young children enjoy playing in throughout the year it would be extremely detrimental to us for these to be replaced by yet even more housing. Hellesdon, it's roads, schools and services will definitely not be able to cope with the amount of houses proposed in the whole of our area at the moment. It needs to stop.

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I strongly object to this proposal. Is all green space to be taken away from the next generation? As someone in Hellesdon who lives right next to the lovely current green fields my young children enjoy playing in throughout the year it would be extremely detrimental to us for these to be replaced by yet even more housing. Hellesdon will definitely not be able to cope with the amount of houses proposed in this area. Traffic in and out of Hellesdon is already awful and the building starting on the golf course I thought was bad enough let alone even more houses being proposed nearer me the NDR will not help the poor suburban road network we have. What new school provisions are happening, where is a new doctors in Hellesdon to cope with the huge extra demand that will be put on strained services? I also can't see how it is safe as the planes literally take off right and come in to land right over the fields and with the airport proposing even more flights especially late night and even earlier in the morning I feel this might be off putting to potential buyers when they realise they will be completely directly under the flight path. The green space is a separation between neighbouring Drayton and Horsford, it gives definition and identity. Any building on these areas I feel will be very detrimental to current resident and Hellesdon as a whole.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15115

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Hellesdon Parish Council

Representation:

Large site close to Hellesdon Parish boundary which will remove more of the green buffer between Horsford and Hellesdon. It is remote from the village of Horsford which is contrary to the draft Horsford Neighbourhood plan and will put yet more pressure on the infrastructure and amenities of Hellesdon

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Large site close to Hellesdon Parish boundary which will remove more of the green buffer between Horsford and Hellesdon. It is remote from the village of Horsford which is contrary to the draft Horsford Neighbourhood plan and will put yet more pressure on the infrastructure and amenities of Hellesdon

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15149

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Drayton Parish Council

Representation:

This is site is extremely remote from village of Horsford and is contrary to the neighbourhood plan which supports new dwellings close to the village centre. This is outside of any settlement limit and is unstainable and would rely on use of private transport.

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This is site is extremely remote from village of Horsford and is contrary to the neighbourhood plan which supports new dwellings close to the village centre. This is outside of any settlement limit and is unstainable and would rely on use of private transport.

Comment

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15835

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Jonathan Hall

Representation:

Outside of settlement limit
Within Norwich Airport Public Safety Zone
Very remote from Horsford village facilities.

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Outside of settlement limit
Within Norwich Airport Public Safety Zone
Very remote from Horsford village facilities.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15922

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Brett Walker

Representation:

1. Would prejudice a 'no development' policy along the NDR. A key objective of the NDR was to free traffic on the radial roads to and from the City and allow for the sustainable transport measures in the NDR DCO.
2. Isolated, piecemeal, sporadic.

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1. Would prejudice a 'no development' policy along the NDR. A key objective of the NDR was to free traffic on the radial roads to and from the City and allow for the sustainable transport measures in the NDR DCO.
2. Isolated, piecemeal, sporadic.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16069

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Graham Everett

Representation:

Well outside of the settlement limit, remote from the village and services of Horsford , contrary to Horsford Neighbourhoid Plan. On the edge of the airport public safety zone. Unsustainable location.

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Well outside of the settlement limit, remote from the village and services of Horsford , contrary to Horsford Neighbourhoid Plan. On the edge of the airport public safety zone. Unsustainable location.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16121

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: 16143

Received: 29/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Suzanne Dack

Representation:

Both sites are unsuitable for houses as they would impact on Hellesdon amenities, like doctors and school. The roads around these sites would not be able to cope with the traffic and more cars would use Drayton Wood Road as a short cut causing safety issues. The houses should be built elsewhere. I believe this area is also in the flight path which would also be unsuitable. I moved to Hellesdon to a quieter area and this would impact on my day to day life. The houses need to be built further out.

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Site Ref GNLP0302
Site Ref GNLP0332
Both sites are unsuitable for houses as they would impact on Hellesdon amenities, like doctors and school. The roads around these sites would not be able to cope with the traffic and more cars would use Drayton Wood Road as a short cut causing safety issues. The houses should be built elsewhere. I believe this area is also in the flight path which would also be unsuitable. I moved to Hellesdon to a quieter area and this would impact on my day to day life. The houses need to be built further out.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16276

Received: 12/04/2018

Respondent: Mrs Margaret Kemp

Representation:

Another 150-200 dwellings would increase pressure on local roads and 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: 16283

Received: 12/04/2018

Respondent: Mr Peter Kemp

Representation:

Another 150 -200 properties would put much pressure on roads and amenities which are already busy. 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: 16289

Received: 12/04/2018

Respondent: Mrs R Batch

Representation:

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.

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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: 16465

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: 16481

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: 16705

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Marcia Harbord

Representation:

Noise pollution from NDR

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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