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Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 13590

Received: 06/03/2018

Respondent: Tasburgh Parish Council

Representation:

Access from the development to services is not accessible by foot. Furthermore the development is separated from the rest of Tasburgh and there are concerns with access onto A140 for a site with 475 dwellings when 1800 homes have already been allocated to the Long Stratton development.

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Access from the development to services is not accessible by foot.
Policy 15 of the Joint Core Strategy (JCS) identifies Tasburgh as a Service Village in which land will be allocated for small-scale housing growth. Furthermore Appendix 4 in the Greater Norwich Local Plan states 'that for both service and other villages, a settlement was classified as having an accessible primary school if the school was within 2 miles from the centre of the settlement, and accessible the whole way from the outskirts of the settlement via a pavement'

Henry Preston School is not able to accommodate for the planned level of development.

The development is separated from the rest of the village. In line with the Development Policy adopted by Tasburgh Parish Council 2008 point 3 'any development should unite Upper and Lower Tasburgh and not further polarize it'

Concerns with access onto A140 for a site with potentially 475 dwellings together with a further 1800 homes already allocated to the Long Stratton development.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14178

Received: 16/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Steven Beckett

Representation:

The site is too large and would harm the landscape character of this part to the parish.Access onto the A140 is also likely to be hazardous; it is difficult enough to get onto the A140 at the Church road junction.
TAsburgh is only a service village and the current facilities cannot cope with expansion on this scale.

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The site is too large and would harm the landscape character of this part to the parish.Access onto the A140 is also likely to be hazardous; it is difficult enough to get onto the A140 at the Church road junction.
TAsburgh is only a service village and the current facilities cannot cope with expansion on this scale.

Object

Site Proposals document

Representation ID: 14970

Received: 20/03/2018

Respondent: Mr Neil Fisher

Representation:

The site is divorced from the rest of the village, separated by the A140 which would act as a significant barrier. With the exception of a bus stop and a pub there are no services on this side of the A140. The landscape impact of such a large scale development would be huge, impacting on the Tas Valley.

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The site is divorced from the rest of the village, separated by the A140 which would act as a significant barrier. With the exception of a bus stop and a pub there are no services on this side of the A140. The landscape impact of such a large scale development would be huge, impacting on the Tas Valley.