GNLP1060

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12844

Received: 23/01/2018

Respondent: Mr Ashley Kelleher

Representation:

There is no detail on how many residential. There is already too much development already approved.

Full text:

There is no detail on how many residential. There is already too much development already approved.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15224

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Norfolk FA

Representation:

Norfolk County FA support this site on the basis of a relocation for Wroxham FC from Trafford Park to Muck Lane / Swash Lane (Rackheath) (GNLP0041).

Full text:

Norfolk County FA support this site on the basis of a relocation for Wroxham FC from Trafford Park to Muck Lane / Swash Lane (Rackheath) (GNLP0041).

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15522

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Rackheath Parish Council

Representation:

No new sites should be allocated for house building in Rackheath until all the current 3,600 housing allocation has been developed. Concerns about impact of mass development to local community, infrastructure and to green space.

Full text:

* Rackheath has already been allocated 3,600+ new homes in the Local Plan to 2036 and no new sites should be allocated for house building until all existing allocations have been developed.
* The shear volume of housing planned within Rackheath will impact on the local community and its infrastructure, out of proportion to that of any other area in Norwich or the surrounding area.
* Additional developments are threatening the countryside around Rackheath and green spaces should be retained between Rackheath and other villages and a green corridor should be retained between Rackheath and North Norwich.
* The allocation of any further development sites will allow developers to 'cherry pick' the more favourable rural sites while banking other less attractive sites
* There is a lack of infrastructure to service new developments e.g. health service, schools, early years provision. No phasing of community infrastructure is in place to meet demands.
* There is a lack of public transport e.g. no sustainable bus service
* New developments are planned in isolation without physical or community links to integrate with existing or other developments.
* Pocket developments have been created producing an insular attitude rather than a sense of community identity from those that live there.
* The reduction in the provision of the amount of affordable housing and suitable retirement properties in developments is threatening the ability of families to stay living in the same community.

Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16146

Received: 06/04/2018

Respondent: Norfolk FA

Representation:

From a Norfolk FA perspective we are fully supportive of the relocation of Wroxham Football Club to a new site, as identified within the GNGB Playing Pitch Strategy.

Full text:

From a County FA perspective we are fully supportive of the relocation of Wroxham Football Club to a new site, as identified within the GNGB Playing Pitch Strategy. Furthermore, dependent on the strength of the football development & broader health / community outcomes such a relocation project could deliver, we would be committed to working with Wroxham Football Club and relevant partners to unlock capital investment through the Football Foundation