GNLP2025

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17010

Received: 11/11/2018

Respondent: MR Marlon Fulcher

Representation:

Even though there is currently a dwelling upon the site it still allows views of the wensum valley through which improve the visual aspect of the area. There are a significant number of large trees on the site which will probably have be removed for roads and houses. This would be a high cost for very little return in terms of housing stock. Also it is important to keep development west of the Drayton high road as low as possible to reflect green corridor identified in the Neighbourhood Plan. Developing this site would set a precedent for this special area

Full text:

Even though there is currently a dwelling upon the site it still allows views of the wensum valley through which improve the visual aspect of the area. There are a significant number of large trees on the site which will probably have be removed for roads and houses. This would be a high cost for very little return in terms of housing stock. Also it is important to keep development west of the Drayton high road as low as possible to reflect green corridor identified in the Neighbourhood Plan. Developing this site would set a precedent for this special area

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17227

Received: 20/11/2018

Respondent: Mr Richard Grady

Representation:

Object on grounds of access onto 40mph section of Drayton High Road, Landscape considerations, proximity to areas designated as environmental wildlife and special scientific interest and site is prone to flooding.

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Object on grounds of access onto 40mph section of Drayton High Road, Landscape considerations, proximity to areas designated as environmental wildlife and special scientific interest and site is prone to flooding.

Support

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19165

Received: 14/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Susan Prutton

Representation:

Small area involved. Developer should be encouraged to build high quality houses

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Small area involved. Developer should be encouraged to build high quality houses

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19724

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Matthew Brine

Representation:

After the unfortunate decision to allow Persimmon Homes to build 1,000 of the lowest quality and grade of houses on the Hellesdon Royal Norwich Golf Club without any substantial improvements to the local infrastructure, it is inconceivable that anyone would want to continue to build or develop even more sites around Hellesdon before assessing the impact to the local community and the facilities and the utilities that will come just from the completed White Rose Park site once it becomes populated over the new few years. There are already drainage and flooding issues around Hellesdon even before the current developing 1,000 homes are populated for example.
To go ahead with any more of these newly proposed developments will forever change Hellesdon for the worse and it is obviously far from the best interests of the local residents. As a local resident who is already alarmed and dismayed at the current White Rose Park development and the impact it is already having on our daily lives, let alone how much more severe it will become once the homes are populated, I strongly oppose these newly proposed sites for the decimation and ruining of Hellesdon.

Full text:

After the unfortunate decision to allow Persimmon Homes to build 1,000 of the lowest quality and grade of houses on the Hellesdon Royal Norwich Golf Club without any substantial improvements to the local infrastructure, it is inconceivable that anyone would want to continue to build or develop even more sites around Hellesdon before assessing the impact to the local community and the facilities and the utilities that will come just from the completed White Rose Park site once it becomes populated over the new few years. There are already drainage and flooding issues around Hellesdon even before the current developing 1,000 homes are populated for example.
To go ahead with any more of these newly proposed developments will forever change Hellesdon for the worse and it is obviously far from the best interests of the local residents. As a local resident who is already alarmed and dismayed at the current White Rose Park development and the impact it is already having on our daily lives, let alone how much more severe it will become once the homes are populated, I strongly oppose these newly proposed sites for the decimation and ruining of Hellesdon.