GNLP0277

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Support

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12857

Received: 26/01/2018

Respondent: Mr Hilary Hammond

Representation:

Although the Strumpshaw Neighbourhood Plan maintained the development boundary through the Huntsman car park, the Huntsman is no longer viable as a public house, I am told, because of its flooding in 2017. Allowing small scale development on this site would be an acceptable addition to the housing stock in Strumpshaw, and would still maintain the visual separation between the core of Strumpshaw and that part of the parish on Chapel Road.

Full text:

Although the Strumpshaw Neighbourhood Plan maintained the development boundary through the Huntsman car park, the Huntsman is no longer viable as a public house, I am told, because of its flooding in 2017. Allowing small scale development on this site would be an acceptable addition to the housing stock in Strumpshaw, and would still maintain the visual separation between the core of Strumpshaw and that part of the parish on Chapel Road.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12994

Received: 12/02/2018

Respondent: Upton with Fishley Parish Council

Representation:

Strumpshaw Parish Council objects; the land here floods regularly and has caused the public house adjacent to this site to close.

Full text:

Strumpshaw Parish Council objects; the land here floods regularly and has caused the public house adjacent to this site to close.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14001

Received: 23/02/2018

Respondent: Mrs Sheila Ashford

Representation:

The village of Strumpshaw is tightly defined by its Village Plan in order to keep its identity. Any breaches of the boundaries would inevitably lead to merging with Lingwood and Brundall. There is no Post Office or shop and one Public House and the parish Church and no other facilities. There is fierce local pride in our Village and long may it remain so. A small residential development is being built on a former light industrial site and another small development will take place in association with a Village Hall. These should be the limit of development in the Village.

Full text:

Dear Sir

I wish to raise strong objections to the allocations in STRUMPSHAW listed below:

GNLP 0215 extending the boundaries identified in the Village Local Plan GNLP 0521 as above GNLP 0090 as above GNLP 0277 as above

The village of Strumpshaw is tightly defined by its Village Plan in order to keep its identity. Any breaches of the boundaries would inevitably lead to merging with Lingwood to the East and Brundall to the West. There is no Post Office or shop and one Public House and the parish Church and no other facilities. There is fierce local pride in our Village and long may it remain so.

A small residential development is being built on a former light industrial site and another small development will take place in association with a Village Hall. These should be the limit of development in the Village.

Yours truly

Sheila Ashford J.P.