GNLP0333

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12929

Received: 07/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Les Gray

Representation:

I strongly object to this proposed site consideration for any residential properties, 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 for any residential properties, 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: 13074

Received: 16/02/2018

Respondent: Ms. Emma Aspinall

Representation:

I completely object to the occupation of (yet another) piece of open land on the border of Hellesdon being utilised for housing. We are already lined up to receive more strain on the infrastructure of the area with the golf course development. This proposed site is an area used for recreation which is at a minimum in Hellesdon, and it will be a huge loss to the local community as well as straining on services.

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I completely object to the occupation of (yet another) piece of open land on the border of Hellesdon being utilised for housing. We are already lined up to receive more strain on the infrastructure of the area with the golf course development. This proposed site is an area used for recreation which is at a minimum in Hellesdon, and it will be a huge loss to the local community as well as straining on services.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13099

Received: 19/02/2018

Respondent: Miss Carol Green

Representation:

The development of this large site will see the loss of yet more of the green buffer between Hellesdon and Horsford resulting in the loss of character and identity of both settlements. The site also includes the safety zone for Norwich Airport, and will be quite remote from Horsford, therefore relying on the already overstretched services and resources of Hellesdon, whilst at the same time delivering more traffic congestion and air pollution.

Full text:

The development of this large site will see the loss of yet more of the green buffer between Hellesdon and Horsford resulting in the loss of character and identity of both settlements. The site also includes the safety zone for Norwich Airport, and will be quite remote from Horsford, therefore relying on the already overstretched services and resources of Hellesdon, whilst at the same time delivering more traffic congestion and air pollution.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13155

Received: 20/02/2018

Respondent: Mr Paul Toseland

Representation:

Green space between Hellesdon and Horsford, health implications of living under or close to flight path and light aircraft have crash landed here historically and would put more pressure on Hellesdons already congested roads and and amenities.

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Green space between Hellesdon and Horsford, health implications of living under or close to flight path and light aircraft have crash landed here historically and would put more pressure on Hellesdons already congested roads and and amenities.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13170

Received: 20/02/2018

Respondent: MRS EDWINA BROWNE

Representation:

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 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: 13215

Received: 21/02/2018

Respondent: MR JAMES BROWNE

Representation:

I strongly object to any residential properties on 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.

Full text:

I strongly object to any residential properties on 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.

Comment

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13226

Received: 22/02/2018

Respondent: Mr ian morland

Representation:

I object to this proposal as there would be more of a strain on Hellesdon amenities,there is nowhere to park now ,the doctors surgery is always full,you cant't park anywhere near the co-op and the cycle lane on Middletons lane is always blocked with delivery vehicles.The community centre and library are well used now with limited parking most days.

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I object to this proposal as there would be more of a strain on Hellesdon amenities,there is nowhere to park now ,the doctors surgery is always full,you cant't park anywhere near the co-op and the cycle lane on Middletons lane is always blocked with delivery vehicles.The community centre and library are well used now with limited parking most days.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13232

Received: 22/02/2018

Respondent: Mrs Tonia Rumble

Representation:

This area abuts the parish of Hellesdon but is remote from the parish of Horsford. Development here would place too much strain in the infrastructure of Hellesdon, removing the green belt which sensibly separates the two parishes currently.

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This area abuts the parish of Hellesdon but is remote from the parish of Horsford. Development here would place too much strain in the infrastructure of Hellesdon, removing the green belt which sensibly separates the two parishes currently.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13425

Received: 01/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Richard Grady

Representation:

This is a large site adjacent to the Hellesdon Parish boundary. Object on the following grounds: This removes more of the green "buffer" between Hellesdon and Horsford, the site includes the safety zone for Norwich Airport, noise from the Airport, industrial site and 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.

Full text:

This is a large site adjacent to the Hellesdon Parish boundary. Object on the following grounds: This removes more of the green "buffer" between Hellesdon and Horsford, the site includes the safety zone for Norwich Airport, noise from the Airport, industrial site and 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: 13426

Received: 01/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Richard Grady

Representation:

This is a large site adjacent to the Hellesdon Parish boundary. Object on the following grounds: This removes more of the green "buffer" between Hellesdon and Horsford, the site includes the safety zone for Norwich Airport, noise from the Airport, industrial site and 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 adjacent to the Hellesdon Parish boundary. Object on the following grounds: This removes more of the green "buffer" between Hellesdon and Horsford, the site includes the safety zone for Norwich Airport, noise from the Airport, industrial site and 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: 13553

Received: 05/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Ruth Gibbons

Representation:

To close to airport especially as it has plans to expand.

Full text:

To close to airport especially as it has plans to expand.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13772

Received: 11/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Joe Dance

Representation:

The increased car pressure on the village of Drayton is huge concern. The road and parking infrastructure can not cope today with the volume of traffic - this additional load would cause significant issues and without sounding dramatic - a risk to life. The junction outside the petrol station is home to many near misses and accidents today.

Plus the impact on the natural life around Drayton/Taverham/Helesdon will be ruined and what is a beautiful place to live will be irreparably destroyed.

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The increased car pressure on the village of Drayton is huge concern. The road and parking infrastructure can not cope today with the volume of traffic - this additional load would cause significant issues and without sounding dramatic - a risk to life. The junction outside the petrol station is home to many near misses and accidents today.

Plus the impact on the natural life around Drayton/Taverham/Helesdon will be ruined and what is a beautiful place to live will be irreparably destroyed.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13774

Received: 11/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Geoffrey Hall

Representation:

I object on the grounds that this site is remote from the village of Horsford and therefore and development will place extra pressure on the amenities and facilities in Hellesdon and add to the traffic congestion that already exists within Hellesdon. It also includes the Norwich Airport safety zone.

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I object on the grounds that this site is remote from the village of Horsford and therefore and development will place extra pressure on the amenities and facilities in Hellesdon and add to the traffic congestion that already exists within Hellesdon. It also includes the Norwich Airport safety zone.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13858

Received: 12/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Nicola Stevens

Representation:

I strongly object to this planning going ahead. Hellesdon is a big enough parish which has only just gained some valuable green and allotment space. The increase in homes here will add more traffic chaos to Hellesdon alongside the need for growth to schools, GP surgeries and other local amenities. It will be unresponsible to add to this area when there are alternative areas that can easily accommodate this amount and level of change.

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I strongly object to this planning going ahead. Hellesdon is a big enough parish which has only just gained some valuable green and allotment space. The increase in homes here will add more traffic chaos to Hellesdon alongside the need for growth to schools, GP surgeries and other local amenities. It will be unresponsible to add to this area when there are alternative areas that can easily accommodate this amount and level of change.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13874

Received: 12/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Nicholas Stevens

Representation:

Small Parish with few conveniences, unethical as we need the green space for the community to share, overcrowded area already, significant current traffic problems

Hellesdon simply cannot accommodate any further growth and support should be gained for new housing further along Reepham Road where no neighbouring homes or environments will be affected.

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I wholly object to the plans to build new homes on the boundary of Hellesdon and Horsford. Hellesdon is a small parish with few conveniences, all of which are currently at saturation point. It is unethical to think that building new homes in this locality will enable sustainable growth. To be honest, this will overcrowd our schools, GP surgery, dentist and most of all out roads. There is already significant traffic problems within Hellesdon, down the Reepham road and along Middletons Road past the High school. This is an unrealistic plan which will cause more misery to commuters and residents alike. Hellesdon has recently earmarked Cottinghams Park as its final green space area which is regularly used by children, dog walkers and local residents. This is a peaceful place and accommodates the growth of local wildlife for all to enjoy. Allotment holders could potentially be left without their pride and joy and for some this is a lifeline, where regular interaction with locals keep them socialised and in touch with local people. This is a community area which is held in high regard by many residents and fellow local Hellesdon residents. My children are regular users of Cottinghams Park and they feel safe here.

Hellesdon simply cannot accommodate any further growth and support should be gained for new housing further along Reepham Road where no neighbouring homes or environments will be affected.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13903

Received: 13/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Kay Hall

Representation:

I object on the grounds that this site is remote from the village of Horsford, reduces the green "buffer" between Hellesdon and Horsford and includes the Norwich Airport Safety Zone. Development of the site will put extra pressure on the amenities and facilities in Hellesdon and increase the already severe traffic congestion in Hellesdon.

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I object on the grounds that this site is remote from the village of Horsford, reduces the green "buffer" between Hellesdon and Horsford and includes the Norwich Airport Safety Zone. Development of the site will put extra pressure on the amenities and facilities in Hellesdon and increase the already severe traffic congestion in Hellesdon.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14553

Received: 19/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Hope Britcher

Representation:

This site includes GNLP1019 and valuable recreation ground this development would put pressure on Hellesdon amenities, doctors, schools etc which are already overstretched and at running at capacity. It is valuable green space and also Norwich Airport safety zone.

Full text:

This site includes GNLP1019 and valuable recreation ground this development would put pressure on Hellesdon amenities, doctors, schools etc which are already overstretched and at running at capacity. It is valuable green space and also Norwich Airport safety zone.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14740

Received: 20/03/2018

Respondent: MR Marlon Fulcher

Representation:

I feel it would be immoral to build a large housing estate of this size in this place because of 1) The current over saturation of services in Hellesdon which new residents would compete for (no new spaces to build extra parking and services within central Hellesdon), 2)The development would be within Horsford parish yet residents would access Hellesdon for services and any development funds would go to Horsford instead, 3) The impact of extra vehicles upon the air quality which is already poor in Hellesdon and not appreciating this impact upon on it's ageing population

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I feel it would be immoral to build a large housing estate of this size in this place because of 1) The current over saturation of services in Hellesdon which new residents would compete for (no new spaces to build extra parking and services within central Hellesdon), 2)The development would be within Horsford parish yet residents would access Hellesdon for services and any development funds would go to Horsford instead, 3) The impact of extra vehicles upon the air quality which is already poor in Hellesdon and not appreciating this impact upon on it's ageing population

Comment

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14765

Received: 20/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Jill Palmer

Representation:

Impact on Hellesdon's Roads/amenities

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GNLP0419:
Holy Lane/ Reepham Road
Impact on Hellesdon's Roads/amenities

GNLP0333:
Impact on Hellesdon's Roads/amenities

GNLP1019:
Impact on Hellesdon's Roads/amenities

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15124

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Hellesdon Parish Council

Representation:

Another large site close to Hellesdon and remote from Horsford. The site will suffer noise and pollution from its proximity to the Airport. Will again add to the pressure on the infrastructure and amenities of Hellesdon and add further to the already considerable traffic congestion in the area,

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Another large site close to Hellesdon and remote from Horsford. The site will suffer noise and pollution from its proximity to the Airport. Will again add to the pressure on the infrastructure and amenities of Hellesdon and add further to the already considerable traffic congestion in the area,

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15156

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Drayton Parish Council

Representation:

This site is outside of the settlement limit and remote from the services of Horsford, contrary to their neighbourhood plan. This is also within the Norwich Airport Public Safety Zone. It will call in question the validity of all traffic flows for the AADT which was part of the requirement for the DCO for the NDR. These sites were not under consideration when the NDR was approved. This location has serious drainage issues as observed by the lagoons on the Reepham Rd/ Drayton Lane roundabout.

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This site is outside of the settlement limit and remote from the services of Horsford, contrary to their neighbourhood plan. This is also within the Norwich Airport Public Safety Zone. It will call in question the validity of all traffic flows for the AADT which was part of the requirement for the DCO for the NDR. These sites were not under consideration when the NDR was approved. This location has serious drainage issues as observed by the lagoons on the Reepham Rd/ Drayton Lane roundabout.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15228

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Claire Hannant

Representation:

building here will put strain on the roads and the facilities in Hellesdon. Although this area is Horsford residents will use the facilities of Hellesdon rather than cross the NDR. The facilities in Hellesdon are already over stretched. This development will mean that Hellesdon will lose even more open space. The application for a burial ground on this plot was turned down because the road infrastructure would not support the traffic generated. A housing estate will generate more traffic.
Finally the proximity of Norwich Airport Is this area not needed as an emergency crash area for the airport?

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building here will put strain on the roads and the facilities in Hellesdon. Although this area is Horsford residents will use the facilities of Hellesdon rather than cross the NDR. The facilities in Hellesdon are already over stretched. This development will mean that Hellesdon will lose even more open space. The application for a burial ground on this plot was turned down because the road infrastructure would not support the traffic generated. A housing estate will generate more traffic.
Finally the proximity of Norwich Airport Is this area not needed as an emergency crash area for the airport?

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15358

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Miss Claire Hall

Representation:

Hellesdon would not be able to cope with this amount of housing, it is going to struggle to absorb the development on the Golf club site as it is. Parking is inadequate both in the centre and at the doctors surgery and I can't see where they are going to put more. Services themselves are overstretched and I feel Hellesdon has already 'done it's bit' in having over 1300 homes already agreed. Also this area is too close to the airport and in the crash zone

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Hellesdon would not be able to cope with this amount of housing, it is going to struggle to absorb the development on the Golf club site as it is. Parking is inadequate both in the centre and at the doctors surgery and I can't see where they are going to put more. Services themselves are overstretched and I feel Hellesdon has already 'done it's bit' in having over 1300 homes already agreed. Also this area is too close to the airport and in the crash zone

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15451

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Audrey Elliott

Representation:

This site will put too much pressure on the road system through Hellesdon, is remote from Horsford and subject to air and noise pollution from the airport and safety issues. It removes the necessary green belt barrier between the City and country

Full text:

This site will put too much pressure on the road system through Hellesdon, is remote from Horsford and subject to air and noise pollution from the airport and safety issues. It removes the necessary green belt barrier between the City and country

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15940

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Brett Walker

Representation:

Woulds prejudice a 'no development' policy near to the NDR. A key objective of the NDR was to free traffic on the radial roads to and from the City and allow the sustainable transport measures in the NDR DCO.

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Woulds prejudice a 'no development' policy near to the NDR. A key objective of the NDR was to free traffic on the radial roads to and from the City and allow the sustainable transport measures in the NDR DCO.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15989

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Jonathan Hall

Representation:

This site is outside of the settlement limit and within the Norwich Airport Public Safety Zone. It is so remote from Horsford centre facilities which is contrary to their neighbourhood plan which promotes development sites with good connectivity to Horsford village. This is unstainable development.

Full text:

This site is outside of the settlement limit and within the Norwich Airport Public Safety Zone. It is so remote from Horsford centre facilities which is contrary to their neighbourhood plan which promotes development sites with good connectivity to Horsford village. This is unstainable development.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16058

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Graham Everett

Representation:

Outside of settlement limit, remote from Horsford village, which is contrary to their Neighbourhood Plan. Within airport public safety zone.. Much weight was giving to traffic modelling (AADT point A77) for approval of the Development Consent Order for the NDR and was based on known developments upto 2032,. This would impact on the link routes from Hellesdon to the NDR.

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Outside of settlement limit, remote from Horsford village, which is contrary to their Neighbourhood Plan. Within airport public safety zone.. Much weight was giving to traffic modelling (AADT point A77) for approval of the Development Consent Order for the NDR and was based on known developments upto 2032,. This would impact on the link routes from Hellesdon to the NDR.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16059

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Ursula Franklin

Representation:

this site should be considered unsuitable as it includes the safety zone for Norwich airport.
it is closer to Hellesdon than Horsford, therefore will impact detrimentally on Hellesdon

Full text:

this site should be considered unsuitable as it includes the safety zone for Norwich airport.
it is closer to Hellesdon than Horsford, therefore will impact detrimentally on Hellesdon

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16124

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: 16139

Received: 28/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Kim Thurston

Representation:

The effect this will impact on the infrastructure ie. Doctors, Schools, more traffic on the roads. Hellesdon has very little recreation land of which one of the above sites is used for now. Hellesdon has already recently lost the golf course where more houses are being built. From the safety aspect these sites are on the flight path to Norwich airport and would surely be unsafe to have a housing development built here. I purchased our property with the understanding it had a 99 year lease on the land where the allotments are and would not be built on.

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Page 6 Site Ref GNLP1019 - HELLESDON
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I strongly object to any housing development being built on the above sites in Hellesdon.
The effect this will impact on the infrastructure in Hellesdon ie. Doctors, Schools, more traffic on the roads. Hellesdon has very little recreation land of which one of the above sites is used for now. Hellesdon has already recently lost the golf course on the Drayton Road where more houses are being built. Yet again putting more strain on the services in Hellesdon. Hellesdon has taken its share of redevelopment. If this development goes ahead traffic will be so much more congested on the Reepham Road and Holt Road for access in and out. From the safety aspect these sites are on the flight path to Norwich airport and would surely be unsafe to have a housing development built here. I have lived on Sadler Road for 26 years and purchased our property with the understanding it had a 99 year lease on the land where the allotments are and would not be built on.