GNLP2035

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17416

Received: 26/11/2018

Respondent: Hainford Parish Council

Representation:

This site is outside the current development boundary and is completely detached from the main settlement. There is no access via pavements to the school. Hainford has minimal facilities and new residents would have to rely on motor vehicles to access employment and shopping. Access would be via the A140 which is difficult with fast flowing traffic in both directions. The area is prone to flooding and is adjacent to protected species and woodland. As an "other" village this development is totally inappropriate.

Full text:

This site is outside the current development boundary and is completely detached from the main settlement. There is no access via pavements to the school. Hainford has minimal facilities and new residents would have to rely on motor vehicles to access employment and shopping. Access would be via the A140 which is difficult with fast flowing traffic in both directions. The area is prone to flooding and is adjacent to protected species and woodland. As an "other" village this development is totally inappropriate.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17816

Received: 26/11/2018

Respondent: Hainford Parish Council

Representation:

This site is outside the current development boundary and being remote from the main part of the village is totally disconnected from it with no pavements to access the school. There are no nearby facilities of any kind and any residents would have to rely on motor vehicles or the limited public bus service to access employment or shopping. Access to the development would be from the A140 which is difficult with fast flowing traffic in both directions. The site has a risk of flooding and there are nearby protected woodlands and species.

Full text:

Hainford's current status within the Planning Policy hierarchy is that of 'Other Village' having only a range of basic services and suitable only for infill and, where there is an accessible primary school, only small scale housing allocation.
It is also consistent with the Parish Plan, set up following consultation with residents, which concluded that a high proportion of residents were opposed to any further development in the village and that if there were to be any development it should be small scale and take the form of single dwellings or conversion of existing buildings. The overwhelming view of parishioners was that the local environment should be protected and preserved. This outcome was based upon a desire to retain the rural aspect and the recognition of the limited infrastructure, limited power supplies, drainage problems, narrow roads (traffic speeding was seen as a problem which is continuing)
Site GNLP 2035 Cromer Road
This site is outside the current development boundary and being remote from the main part of the village is totally disconnected from it with no pavements to access the school. There are no nearby facilities of any kind and any residents would have to rely on motor vehicles or the limited public bus service to access employment or shopping. Access to the development would be from the A140 which is difficult with fast flowing traffic in both directions. The site has a risk of flooding and there are nearby protected woodlands and species.
Site GNLP 2162 Rear of Harvest Close
This site is again outside the current development boundary and is totally disproportionate to the categorisation of "other" village". The surrounding area particularly Chapel Road and Dumbs Lane have repeated flooding problems with unresolved drainage issues. The Council is also doubtful that existing sewerage systems could cope with this size of development.
The local road system is very narrow and has no pavements to access the school making it totally unsuitable for an increase in housing in this area.
In summary Hainford is a village with very few facilities other than a small primary school and an infrequent bus service. It is totally unsuitable for developments of this size.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17828

Received: 05/12/2018

Respondent: mr brian lindhurst

Representation:

The following site ref GNLP2035 Is stated as west but of course is in fact east,
this proposed site for 25 dwellings is totally unacceptable as the water table for this area is high and liable to flooding, no main drainage or main sewage
is available in this area together with poor access to the main A140 Which is already over used by mass development in the Aylsham area.

The wooded area of Hainford is very active with wild life and must be protected.

Full text:

The following site ref GNLP2035 Is stated as west but of course is in fact east,
this proposed site for 25 dwellings is totally unacceptable as the water table for this area is high and liable to flooding, no main drainage or main sewage
is available in this area together with poor access to the main A140 Which is already over used by mass development in the Aylsham area.

The wooded area of Hainford is very active with wild life and must be protected.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19194

Received: 14/12/2018

Respondent: Cllr Dan Roper

Representation:

Access to this site is onto the already very busy Cromer Road with heavy traffic flow in both directions. This proposal is outside of the settlement boundary and is away from the main part of the village. There would be no pedestrian access to the amenities of the village.

Full text:

Access to this site is onto the already very busy Cromer Road with heavy traffic flow in both directions. This proposal is outside of the settlement boundary and is away from the main part of the village. There would be no pedestrian access to the amenities of the village.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19446

Received: 14/12/2018

Respondent: Lynne Crisp

Representation:

Land is 'east' of Cromer Road. There is no mains drainage available along this road. High water table also.

Full text:

Land is 'east' of Cromer Road. There is no mains drainage available along this road. High water table also.