GNLP2071

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17254

Received: 21/11/2018

Respondent: Upton with Fishley Parish Council

Representation:

Strumpshaw Parish Council objects strongly to this proposal. The site is adjacent to the Huntsman Pub which has closed due to repeated flooding. The site is therefore unsuitable for housing. Strumpshaw has no shop, no school, only one pub and very limited public transport so is not suitable for additional housing. The site is outside the settlement limit in the Strumpshaw Neighbourhood Plan.

Full text:

Strumpshaw Parish Council objects strongly to this proposal. The site is adjacent to the Huntsman Pub which has closed due to repeated flooding. The site is therefore unsuitable for housing. Strumpshaw has no shop, no school, only one pub and very limited public transport so is not suitable for additional housing. The site is outside the settlement limit in the Strumpshaw Neighbourhood Plan.

Comment

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18911

Received: 10/12/2018

Respondent: MDPC Town Planning

Representation:

With regard to the above (see attached GNLP New Sites Para 3.36 Strumpshaw Sites GNLP 2071 & GNLP0006) - a planning application covering this combined area has just been submitted to Broadland District Council for 7 dwellings , so please find attached the Planning Design & Access Statement which demonstrates the merits of developing this brown field site which otherwise will remain inefficiently underutilised ; and is an anomaly given the surroundings and the present Settlement Boundary.

I also attach the proposed Site Layout Plan Dwg. No. 1183/01 rev M which demonstrates how development could be accommodated ,avoiding the use of the narrow access referred to in the text at para 3.36.
With regard to reference at Para 3.36
* Local road network -the proposed development would be accessed via the access to serve on going development to the immediate west (by the building company also interested in this site )
* ground instability -this is not an issue demonstrated by ongoing development
* Sewerage infrastructure -again as demonstrated by on going development this is not an issue
* Ecology - there is only a short conifer hedge within this area together with unkempt private garden and car parking (for No 33 Norwich Rd)

Full text:

With regard to the above (see attached GNLP New Sites Para 3.36 Strumpshaw Sites GNLP 2071 & GNLP0006) - a planning application covering this combined area has just been submitted to Broadland District Council for 7 dwellings , so please find attached the Planning Design & Access Statement which demonstrates the merits of developing this brown field site which otherwise will remain inefficiently underutilised ; and is an anomaly given the surroundings and the present Settlement Boundary.

I also attach the proposed Site Layout Plan Dwg. No. 1183/01 rev M which demonstrates how development could be accommodated ,avoiding the use of the narrow access referred to in the text at para 3.36.
With regard to reference at Para 3.36
* Local road network -the proposed development would be accessed via the access to serve on going development to the immediate west (by the building company also interested in this site )
* ground instability -this is not an issue demonstrated by ongoing development
* Sewerage infrastructure -again as demonstrated by on going development this is not an issue
* Ecology - there is only a short conifer hedge within this area together with unkempt private garden and car parking (for No 33 Norwich Rd)

To extend the Settlement Boundary to cover this area would be sensible on several levels without impact on any greenfield land in a sustainable location.In this connection I also attach the LPA informal advice dated 13th Nov 2018 ,received as part of pre application discussions, which reinforces the merits of the proposal to extend the SB.

The facts that this is a small site to be developed by a local builder presently working in the vicinity, will ensure seamless early delivery , all attributes which conform with the Governments aims through the revised NPPF.

It is therefore requested that the extension to the SB is supported and included in the final JCS when adopted

Attachments:

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19397

Received: 14/12/2018

Respondent: Jo Archer

Representation:

Object due to privacy reeasons for existing residents. Also outside settlement area agreed in Strumpshaw parish plan and adopted by BDC. No point in a parish plan iif details like lthis are ignored .

Full text:

This area is outside the settlement area agreed in the strumpshaw parish plan. 2 homes have already been agreed for the site of the old barn. Permission was given by BDC because only the gardens breached the settlement area. Now the developer wants another house instead of the gardens on the hill and 5 bungalows on the meadow directly behind the gardens of 33, 35, 37 and 39 Norwich rd. As this site is on a slope the existing houses lose their rights of privacy, in particular by the additional house on the barn site. I understand the current owner of the land behind number 33 wants only 2 homes for family use and told us he was not aware this spplication had been submitted so not sure what is going on here.