GNLP0372

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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14625

Received: 19/03/2018

Respondent: Dr Peter Floyd

Representation:

As for GNLP0312, given that Loddon has already had two major residential developments (Beccles Road and George Lane), it is difficult to imagine that further large scale developments can be justified. As noted in the text, access would require careful attention given the sometimes difficult road layout approaching/leaving the junction with the A146.

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As for GNLP0312, given that Loddon has already had two major residential developments (Beccles Road and George Lane), it is difficult to imagine that further large scale developments can be justified. As noted in the text, access would require careful attention given the sometimes difficult road layout approaching/leaving the junction with the A146.

Comment

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15128

Received: 21/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Michael Allsop

Representation:

Two large developments in Loddon are already stretching the services and facilities of Loddon/Chedgrave service centre, so any further housing will not be ideal. If it is required, the only possible sites should be those with easy access to the A146 without having to use narrow roads or the centre of Loddon. Sites 0312 and 0372 meet this criteria. 0312 has the disadvantage of its elevation which would make any wholesale development over dominant, but perhaps part of the site could be suitable. However, 0372 is on lower ground, making any development less obtrusive and a more suitable site.

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Two large developments in Loddon are already stretching the services and facilities of Loddon/Chedgrave service centre, so any further housing will not be ideal. If it is required, the only possible sites should be those with easy access to the A146 without having to use narrow roads or the centre of Loddon. Sites 0312 and 0372 meet this criteria. 0312 has the disadvantage of its elevation which would make any wholesale development over dominant, but perhaps part of the site could be suitable. However, 0372 is on lower ground, making any development less obtrusive and a more suitable site.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 15886

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Jeremy Moores

Representation:

No more development of Loddon/ Chedgrave. They have already been subjected to an obscene amount of development.

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No more development of Loddon/ Chedgrave. They have already been subjected to an obscene amount of development.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 16645

Received: 22/03/2018

Respondent: Mrs Rosemary Armatage

Representation:

GNLP0372 - would exacerbate flood risk.

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The comments below refer to site reference GNLP0312 - this is prime agricultural land, outside the development boundary and a conservation area.
GNLP 0313 - the high street is already congested. And additional 6+ houses would clearly impact the listed buildings and conservation area. At present it is a beneficial green space in Loddon town centre.
GNLP0314 - a Flood area/zone! We need to NOT build on land and further reduce flood plain land which acts as a sponge and prevents flooding elsewhere.
GNLP0372 - would exacerbate flood risk.
General points for all the above:
The applications would result in an additional 460 houses for Loddon (588 if you include Chedgrave) and I would question local need. Schools, medical facilities and local infrastructure area already at capacity. The roads and lanes within and around the settlement of Loddon are narrow and not designed for modern traffic requirements.
The A146 is a constant stream of traffic it can take a good 5 minutes to get out to the bypass from any of the Loddon approach roads. Conservation areas, listed buildings and prime agricultural land should all be protected from developers. Brown field sites should always be used.