GNLP2180

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 16850

Received: 29/10/2018

Respondent: Miss Katie Jarvis

Representation:

Since opening of the NDR, there is a significant increase in traffic through the village reported by the local speedwatch team, road is a designated route for sugarbeet lorries and HGV's use road as a ratrun to the A47. There are already problems with residents getting out of their existing driveways throughout the village, several near misses, including one fatality adjacent to the proposed site. The village has no infrastructure to offer and pedestrians are forced to walk in the road for the length of the village. There is no fibre network and power is overhead which has been unreliable.

Full text:

Since opening of the NDR, there is a significant increase in traffic through the village reported by the local speedwatch team, road is a designated route for sugarbeet lorries and HGV's use road as a ratrun to the A47. There are already problems with residents getting out of their existing driveways throughout the village, several near misses, including one fatality adjacent to the proposed site. The village has no infrastructure to offer and pedestrians are forced to walk in the road for the length of the village. There is no fibre network and power is overhead which has been unreliable.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17097

Received: 16/11/2018

Respondent: Mr Desmond O'Brien

Representation:

The proposed site is situated on an exceptionally busy main road, which has become even more so since the opening of the NDR, as vehicles seek to join the NDR and avoid the congestion on the A47 at pinch points at Burlingham, and Postwick. The proposal would require an access road joining the main road, which is characterised at this point by bends, a major junction, and a blind summit as vehicles approach up the hill. There is no infrastructure for a development of this nature; the area is remote from any local services or transport links.

Full text:

The proposed site is situated on an exceptionally busy main road, which has become even more so since the opening of the NDR, as vehicles seek to join the NDR and avoid the congestion on the A47 at pinch points at Burlingham, and Postwick. The proposal would require an access road joining the main road, which is characterised at this point by bends, a major junction, and a blind summit as vehicles approach up the hill. There is no infrastructure for a development of this nature; the area is remote from any local services or transport links.

Comment

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19218

Received: 07/12/2018

Respondent: Broads Authority

Representation:

Site is 50m from Broads area, but separated by B1140 and existing development which provides screening. Unlikely to impact adversely on Broads in terms of heritage.

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