GNLP2171

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Support

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18755

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Norfolk FA

Representation:

Norfolk FA are supportive of residential development in Thorpe St Andrew, on the proviso S106 contributions are considered to support the development of existing football facilities situated in the Town.

Full text:

Norfolk FA are supportive of residential development in Thorpe St Andrew, on the proviso S106 contributions are considered to support the development of existing football facilities situated in the Town.

Support

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19449

Received: 17/12/2018

Respondent: Barton Willmore

Representation:

Both the Pinebanks and Griffin Lane sites are sustainable sites on which the principle of residential development has already been accepted, and which present the opportunity to deliver additional units to assist Broadland District Council in achieving their 5YHLS. It is our view that the additional capacity available at both sites should also be considered in the HELAA, alongside that of the Langley North and Langley South sites.

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Full text:

We write regarding the consultation on the above documents, and in relation to Site References GNLP2170 and GNLP2171 - land at Langley North and Langley South, the former Langley Preparatory School, Thorpe St Andrew.
Further to our representations as made in reference to your Regulation 18 consultation in March 2018, we welcome the inclusion of the above sites in the HELAA and note that both sites are in a sustainable location and are considered to be suitable for inclusion in the capacity assessment. Whilst we note that some potential constraints have been identified in respect of these sites, we do not believe that these are significant constraints, and as identified in the HELAA Addendum, initial discussions between Berliet and the Norfolk County Council Highways team have established that both sites have satisfactory access arrangements. We support the identification of these sites in the emerging GNLP. We believe that they represent a sustainable option for the identification of housing land supply within Broadland District and the wider Greater Norwich area.
Since we proposed these sites in March 2018, we have undertaken further initial assessment work and it is our view that both the Langley North & South sites have additional capacity over that originally proposed-up to 60 more residential units (with the majority of these potentially being accommodated on Langley South - subject to detailed design). We would be happy to share some of our capacity analysis with you should this be of assistance.
In July 2016 we made representations on behalf of Berliet in respect of the Pinebanks and Griffin Lane sites, referred to as TSA2 and TSA3 on the plans accompanying the HELAA, and both of which benefit from existing outline planning permission (OPP) for residential development. The submission for Pinebanks included the Langley North and Langley South sites referred to above. The submissions were made on a private and confidential basis as at that stage our Client did not control the former Langley Preparatory School land.

The July 2016 reps presented the opportunity to deliver additional units at both Pinebanks and Griffin Lane - albeit at that stage the Pinebanks and Langley sites were combined as referred to above. If separated from the former school land, we believe that the additional capacity over and above the approved OPP levels could be as follows:
* Pinebanks - up to 60 dwellings; and
* Griffin Lane - up to 60 dwellings (affordable units).

Both the Pinebanks and Griffin Lane sites are sustainable sites on which the principle of residential development has already been accepted, and which present the opportunity to deliver additional units to assist Broadland District Council in achieving their 5YHLS. It is our view that the additional capacity available at both sites should also be considered in the HELAA, alongside that of the Langley North and Langley South sites.

Support

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19543

Received: 14/12/2018

Respondent: Barton Willmore

Representation:

We write regarding the consultation on the above documents, and in relation to Site References GNLP2170 and GNLP2171 - land at Langley North and Langley South, the former Langley Preparatory School, Thorpe St Andrew.

Further to our representations as made in reference to your Regulation 18 consultation in March 2018, we welcome the inclusion of the above sites in the HELAA and note that both sites are in a sustainable location and are considered to be suitable for inclusion in the capacity assessment. Whilst we note that some potential constraints have been identified in respect of these sites, we do not believe that these are significant constraints, and as identified in the HELAA Addendum, initial discussions between Berliet and the Norfolk County Council Highways team have established that both sites have satisfactory access arrangements. We support the identification of these sites in the emerging GNLP. We believe that they represent a sustainable option for the identification of housing land supply within Broadland District and the wider Greater Norwich area.

See full submission.

Full text:

REPRESENTATIONS MADE ON BEHALF OF BERLIET LIMITED

We write regarding the consultation on the above documents, and in relation to Site References GNLP2170 and GNLP2171 - land at Langley North and Langley South, the former Langley Preparatory School, Thorpe St Andrew.

Further to our representations as made in reference to your Regulation 18 consultation in March 2018, we welcome the inclusion of the above sites in the HELAA and note that both sites are in a sustainable location and are considered to be suitable for inclusion in the capacity assessment. Whilst we note that some potential constraints have been identified in respect of these sites, we do not believe that these are significant constraints, and as identified in the HELAA Addendum, initial discussions between Berliet and the Norfolk County Council Highways team have established that both sites have satisfactory access arrangements. We support the identification of these sites in the emerging GNLP. We believe that they represent a sustainable option for the identification of housing land supply within Broadland District and the wider Greater Norwich area.

Since we proposed these sites in March 2018, we have undertaken further initial assessment work and it is our view that both the Langley North & South sites have additional capacity over that originally proposed-up to 60 more residential units (with the majority of these potentially being accommodated on Langley South - subject to detailed design). We would be happy to share some of our capacity analysis with you should this be of assistance.

In July 2016 we made representations on behalf of Berliet in respect of the Pinebanks and Griffin Lane sites, referred to as TSA2 and TSA3 on the plans accompanying the HELAA, and both of which benefit from existing outline planning permission (OPP) for residential development. The submission for Pinebanks included the Langley North and Langley South sites referred to above. The submissions were made on a private and confidential basis as at that stage our Client did not control the former Langley Preparatory School land.

The July 2016 reps presented the opportunity to deliver additional units at both Pinebanks and Griffin Lane - albeit at that stage the Pinebanks and Langley sites were combined as referred to above. If separated from the former school land, we believe that the additional capacity over and above the approved OPP levels could be as follows:
* Pinebanks - up to 60 dwellings; and
* Griffin Lane - up to 60 dwellings (affordable units).

Both the Pinebanks and Griffin Lane sites are sustainable sites on which the principle of residential development has already been accepted, and which present the opportunity to deliver additional units to assist Broadland District Council in achieving their 5YHLS. It is our view that the additional capacity available at both sites should also be considered in the HELAA, alongside that of the Langley North and Langley South sites.