GNLP0543

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Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13373

Received: 20/03/2018

Respondent: Helen Lindsay

Representation:

So long as any development includes at a high percentage of social housing and self-build.

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So long as any development includes at a high percentage of social housing and self-build.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13913

Received: 13/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Keith Bunn

Representation:

Reepham might look pretty on a postcard but the reality is that it is poorly-served by public transport and remote from employment centres. Any future developments sanctioned in the town will only add to the use of cars. Although it has basic infrastructure, the doctors' surgery and schools are over-stretched with no apparent prospect of expansion in the foreseeable future. It makes no sense to the local community for councillors to be considering allocating additional site for housing estates in the town when there are already two large committed sites which have yet to be progressed in any meaningful way.

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Reepham might look pretty on a postcard but the reality is that it is poorly-served by public transport and remote from employment centres. Any future developments sanctioned in the town will only add to the use of cars. Although it has basic infrastructure, the doctors' surgery and schools are over-stretched with no apparent prospect of expansion in the foreseeable future. It makes no sense to the local community for councillors to be considering allocating additional site for housing estates in the town when there are already two large committed sites which have yet to be progressed in any meaningful way.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14468

Received: 19/03/2018

Respondent: Reepham Town Council

Representation:

A - The Town Council finds this site unacceptable because it is outside the settlement limit, it is not contiguous with existing development and there is no safe pedestrian access to the site. Concern was also expressed about the distance of the site from the town centre and schools.

B - This site unacceptable because it is very narrow and would not allow for development appropriate to the location and in keeping with existing development. There is concern about the lack of safe pedestrian access to the site and the distance of the site from the town centre and schools.

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A - The Town Council finds this site unacceptable because it is outside the settlement limit, it is not contiguous with existing development and there is no safe pedestrian access to the site. Concern was also expressed about the distance of the site from the town centre and schools.

B - This site unacceptable because it is very narrow and would not allow for development appropriate to the location and in keeping with existing development. There is concern about the lack of safe pedestrian access to the site and the distance of the site from the town centre and schools.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15182

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Norman Smith

Representation:

Site A is a greenfield site outside the settlement boundary. Its awkward shape makes it unsuitable for development. Existing housing along Wood Dalling road is linear in form, and development within the 0543A site, away from the road, would be unrelated to any nearby built-up areas. The site should remain rural in character .

Site A is restricted in width and length, and is also a greenfield site outside the settlement boundary. If GNLP0096 proceeds, development either side of Wood Dalling Road would naturally terminate at the existing World's End track.

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Site A is a greenfield site outside the settlement boundary. Its awkward shape makes it unsuitable for development. Existing housing along Wood Dalling road is linear in form, and development within the 0543A site, away from the road, would be unrelated to any nearby built-up areas. The site should remain rural in character .

Site A is restricted in width and length, and is also a greenfield site outside the settlement boundary. If GNLP0096 proceeds, development either side of Wood Dalling Road would naturally terminate at the existing World's End track.