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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 12862

Received: 27/01/2018

Respondent: Claxton Parish Council

Representation:

I object to this proposal as a resident of Claxton (not on behalf of the Parish Council). It proposes an 8-house development in the middle of Grade 2 agricultural land across from a residential care home. There are no other buildings on that side of Church Lane, a narrow country track unsuitable for HGVs and with no space for traffic or pedestrians to pass. It would ruin the outlook completely. I understand there are certain protected species in this location but do not have the details.

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I object to this proposal as a resident of Claxton (not on behalf of the Parish Council). It proposes an 8-house development in the middle of Grade 2 agricultural land across from a residential care home. There are no other buildings on that side of Church Lane, a narrow country track unsuitable for HGVs and with no space for traffic or pedestrians to pass. It would ruin the outlook completely. I understand there are certain protected species in this location but do not have the details.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13681

Received: 08/03/2018

Respondent: Professor Roland Kaye

Representation:

Poor access and no infrastructure.

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I strongly object to this proposal on the basis this is very rural location served by narrow single track roads with no passing places and no infrastructure to support the development. It is some distance from services and main roads. There have been previous attempts to get planning in church lane which have failed due to lack of access and facilities. Further the land owner already has permision for 5 plus dwellings at Claxton manor which has been renewed but still failed to develop. He should develop those which have better access and infrastructure.
Despite being on top of the hill there is regular flooding in the adjoining roads and fields. This has been good agricultural land in the past which should continue to be used for that purpose.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14015

Received: 14/03/2018

Respondent: Mr David Hamblin

Representation:

I object to this proposal. The site is relatively isolated and any development would be a significant intrusion into open countryside. The lane nearest to it is narrow and poorly drained and consequently subject to flooding. Any development would increase traffic on Green Lane Hellington, which is narrow with several blind bends and again subject to prolonged flooding after heavy rain.

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I object to this proposal. The site is relatively isolated and any development would be a significant intrusion into open countryside. The lane nearest to it is narrow and poorly drained and consequently subject to flooding. Any development would increase traffic on Green Lane Hellington, which is narrow with several blind bends and again subject to prolonged flooding after heavy rain.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14074

Received: 15/03/2018

Respondent: Ms Jackie Kennedy

Representation:

The infrastructure around this site is poor, there are no pavements and the roads are narrow. An increase in traffic would make this area more hazardous especially as it is an agricultural area there is also a lot of large farm vehicles.

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The infrastructure around this site is poor, there are no pavements and the roads are narrow. An increase in traffic would make this area more hazardous especially as it is an agricultural area there is also a lot of large farm vehicles.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14243

Received: 17/03/2018

Respondent: Claxton Parish Council

Representation:

This objection is from Claxton Parish Council following their meeting this week. The site is well outside any designated development areas in the village which follow The Street. This is an elevated greenfield site on higher grade agricultural land, with poor access to services, on a narrow single lane country road in an area regularly affected by extensive flooding. Large agricultural vehicles use Church Lane and the surrounding roads regularly and any further development would create an unwelcome increase in traffic. The Settlement Summary also states that there is a designated species recorded at this site.

Full text:

This objection is from Claxton Parish Council following their meeting this week. The site is well outside any designated development areas in the village which follow The Street. This is an elevated greenfield site on higher grade agricultural land, with poor access to services, on a narrow single lane country road in an area regularly affected by extensive flooding. Large agricultural vehicles use Church Lane and the surrounding roads regularly and any further development would create an unwelcome increase in traffic. The Settlement Summary also states that there is a designated species recorded at this site.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14996

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Anna Gamble

Representation:

I object to this proposed development as an owner of property on Church Lane. It is a greenfield site, detached from the village and other residential properties on Church Lane with no access to services. The increased traffic will have a significant negative impact on Church Lane and the surroundings lanes, which are single track with limited passing places. This development will take away the valuable habitat, which is open agricultural land, in which we regularly a wide range of species. The water run off created by this development with further exacerbate the problem of flooding further down Church Lane.

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I object to this proposed development as an owner of property on Church Lane. It is a greenfield site, detached from the village and other residential properties on Church Lane with no access to services. The increased traffic will have a significant negative impact on Church Lane and the surroundings lanes, which are single track with limited passing places. This development will take away the valuable habitat, which is open agricultural land, in which we regularly a wide range of species. The water run off created by this development with further exacerbate the problem of flooding further down Church Lane.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15046

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Gemma Bernau

Representation:

Building on this site would have a serious and detrimental effect upon both the environment and local community. The area would struggle to cope with the increased traffic as residents would be forced to use private transport, plus services in the area are poor to say the least.

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Building on this site would have a serious and detrimental effect upon both the environment and local community. The area would struggle to cope with the increased traffic as residents would be forced to use private transport, plus services in the area are poor to say the least.