GNLP2053

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17051

Received: 14/11/2018

Respondent: South Norfolk Council

Representation:

As advised on comments for site "East of The Street.
Site on surface water flood flow path - 50% of site at risk.
Depths between 300-900mm for high (up to 1 in 30yr)medium (between 1 in 30 & 1 in 100yr) and low (between 1 in 100 & 1 in 1000yr)risk events. the whole of the frontage of the site affected by all events.

Full text:

As advised on comments for site "East of The Street.
Site on surface water flood flow path - 50% of site at risk.
Depths between 300-900mm for high (up to 1 in 30yr)medium (between 1 in 30 & 1 in 100yr) and low (between 1 in 100 & 1 in 1000yr)risk events. the whole of the frontage of the site affected by all events.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17086

Received: 15/11/2018

Respondent: mrs hazel dormer

Representation:

On 5 March 2018 the Vice Chairman of Bressingham Parish Council called for action on traffic safety, contacting Highways On 9 April 2018 the Vice Chairman announced a group was being established for road safety and traffic in The Street. On 6 August 2018 the Chairman announced under 'Farm and heavy traffic' that there was activity regarding the inspectors report on the Ash Tree Farm Development (chicken farm). This site is greenfield. Brownfield sites are being developed and more are available. Many criteria stated in the GNLP HELAA are not met by this location.

Full text:

On 5 March 2018 the Vice Chairman of Bressingham Parish Council called for action on traffic safety, contacting Highways On 9 April 2018 the Vice Chairman announced a group was being established for road safety and traffic in The Street. On 6 August 2018 the Chairman announced under 'Farm and heavy traffic' that there was activity regarding the inspectors report on the Ash Tree Farm Development (chicken farm). This site is greenfield. Brownfield sites are being developed and more are available. Many criteria stated in the GNLP HELAA are not met by this location.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17088

Received: 15/11/2018

Respondent: mr karl traynier

Representation:

Highway adjoining is completely unsuitable. Residents and parish council concerned about danger to pedestrians for some years. Mobile speed cameras and speedwatch scheme operate adjacent to sites. Road narrow heavy vehicles often reverse to pass.
Sites have no access to required services and are greenfield. Road liable to flooding. Sewage pumping station smells when emptied by tankers every month.
There would be negative impact on the environment due to loss of greenfield and reliance on cars due to no public transport or services nearby

Full text:

Highway adjoining is completely unsuitable. Residents and parish council concerned about danger to pedestrians for some years. Mobile speed cameras and speedwatch scheme operate adjacent to sites. Road narrow heavy vehicles often reverse to pass.
Sites have no access to required services and are greenfield. Road liable to flooding. Sewage pumping station smells when emptied by tankers every month.
There would be negative impact on the environment due to loss of greenfield and reliance on cars due to no public transport or services nearby

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17090

Received: 15/11/2018

Respondent: ms anna nicolopolu

Representation:

I am registered disabled and am a wheelchair user. Closest shop with level access is Kenninghall 5.7km away. There are no footpaths in Fersfield, road is unsafe for pedestrians. Nearest bus service is Bressingham. The Street often has large areas of surface water that have to be navigated round by pedestrians.
The plan states sites should be close to services and have as little environmental impact as possible. These sites would have the opposite effect, they would destroy greenfield areas and mean private car use would be unnecessarily increased due to their rural location.

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I am registered disabled and am a wheelchair user. Closest shop with level access is Kenninghall 5.7km away. There are no footpaths in Fersfield, road is unsafe for pedestrians. Nearest bus service is Bressingham. The Street often has large areas of surface water that have to be navigated round by pedestrians.
The plan states sites should be close to services and have as little environmental impact as possible. These sites would have the opposite effect, they would destroy greenfield areas and mean private car use would be unnecessarily increased due to their rural location.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17092

Received: 15/11/2018

Respondent: mr daniel richardson

Representation:

Application contrary to almost all relevant criteria. 2.7km from shop, bus stop, village hall, pub, and maintained playing field with football pitch and tennis court.
Dangerous road, numerous complaints to parish council about speeding by heavy vehicles accessing airfield grain store, industrial site and local chicken farms. In places road is not wide enough for lorries to pass. Pedestrians forced to jump onto verges, clearly not acceptable for elderly, disabled or pushchairs.
Land low lying and road floods. Sewage station in between two sites emits very unpleasant smells when regularly emptied by tankers.
Both greenfield sites in remote locations

Full text:

Application contrary to almost all relevant criteria. 2.7km from shop, bus stop, village hall, pub, and maintained playing field with football pitch and tennis court.
Dangerous road, numerous complaints to parish council about speeding by heavy vehicles accessing airfield grain store, industrial site and local chicken farms. In places road is not wide enough for lorries to pass. Pedestrians forced to jump onto verges, clearly not acceptable for elderly, disabled or pushchairs.
Land low lying and road floods. Sewage station in between two sites emits very unpleasant smells when regularly emptied by tankers.
Both greenfield sites in remote locations

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17133

Received: 18/11/2018

Respondent: Mr Mark Wickenden

Representation:

With a lack of utilities in this area with an already over exhausted sewage pumping station these sites also fall within a known flooding area with streams often over flowing
This Road is majorly congested by HGVs and agricultural machinery. There is no capacity for pavements in this area and the road is in poor condition causing road safety issues for children, the disabled & elderly.
The nearest school is 2 miles away and not suitable to walk, the local shop & doctors is over 3 miles away in Kenninghall
A concern for employee loss from the agricultural industry

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With a lack of utilities in this area with an already over exhausted sewage pumping station these sites also fall within a known flooding area with streams often over flowing
This Road is majorly congested by HGVs and agricultural machinery. There is no capacity for pavements in this area and the road is in poor condition causing road safety issues for children, the disabled & elderly.
The nearest school is 2 miles away and not suitable to walk, the local shop & doctors is over 3 miles away in Kenninghall
A concern for employee loss from the agricultural industry

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17135

Received: 18/11/2018

Respondent: Mrs Michelle Wickenden

Representation:

Blocked road drains cause major flooding between the 2 sites. Highways are often notified but no action has ever been taken
The area is on overhead phone and electric power.
The Anglian Water pumping next to GNLP2053 is almost to capacity.
Speeding agricultural vehicles are already a danger to the local residence and HGVs create further congestion.
The Street is an old airfield road and would not be able to sustain more traffic.
Lack of amenities to support additional housing including Doctors, shops & public transport.
Open space loss & Greenbelt loss when other brown field sites have been identified

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Blocked road drains cause major flooding between the 2 sites. Highways are often notified but no action has ever been taken
The area is on overhead phone and electric power.
The Anglian Water pumping next to GNLP2053 is almost to capacity.
Speeding agricultural vehicles are already a danger to the local residence and HGVs create further congestion.
The Street is an old airfield road and would not be able to sustain more traffic.
Lack of amenities to support additional housing including Doctors, shops & public transport.
Open space loss & Greenbelt loss when other brown field sites have been identified

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17161

Received: 18/11/2018

Respondent: ms sally pankhurst

Representation:

There is a lack of services required in Fersfield.
The closest shop, bus stop, school, pub and village hall are at Bressingham.
Families have to travel by car to get to amenities.
The greenfield sites should protected as there are plenty of brownfield sites in the area nearer to services..

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There is a lack of services required in Fersfield.
The closest shop, bus stop, school, pub and village hall are at Bressingham.
Families have to travel by car to get to amenities.
The greenfield sites should protected as there are plenty of brownfield sites in the area nearer to services..

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17164

Received: 18/11/2018

Respondent: mr adam pankhurst

Representation:

This greenfield development would have a negative impact on the surrounding environment and increase air pollution It would also increase peoples reliance on cars to get to essential amenities. There is a lack of these amenities in Fersfield. The closest shop, bus stop, school, pub and village hall are at Bressingham.
The Street is prone to flooding in this area and is difficult to walk easily for pedestrians, elderly, disabled and cyclists. It's used as the main route by heavy transport accessing the airfield grain store, industrial site and local chicken farms. It is impractical and unsuitable site for development

Full text:

This greenfield development would have a negative impact on the surrounding environment and increase air pollution It would also increase peoples reliance on cars to get to essential amenities. There is a lack of these amenities in Fersfield. The closest shop, bus stop, school, pub and village hall are at Bressingham.
The Street is prone to flooding in this area and is difficult to walk easily for pedestrians, elderly, disabled and cyclists. It's used as the main route by heavy transport accessing the airfield grain store, industrial site and local chicken farms. It is impractical and unsuitable site for development

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17166

Received: 18/11/2018

Respondent: mrs elaine attwood

Representation:

Concern about road safety for dog walkers with extra heavy traffic.
Loss of greenbelt.
Lack of amenities.

Full text:

Concern about road safety for dog walkers with extra heavy traffic.
Loss of greenbelt.
Lack of amenities.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17169

Received: 18/11/2018

Respondent: mrs sue cattermole

Representation:

Concern about road safety for dog walkers with extra heavy traffic.
Loss of greenbelt and environment issues.
Lack of amenities near to development.

Full text:

Concern about road safety for dog walkers with extra heavy traffic.
Loss of greenbelt and environment issues.
Lack of amenities near to development.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17171

Received: 18/11/2018

Respondent: mrs suzanne fenn

Representation:

Road safety is an issue for pedestrians; children, elderly, disabled, dog walkers and cyclists. Heavy vehicles are already a safety issue.
Loss of greenbelt and environment issues of increased pollution and flooding across a low geographical site..
Lack of amenities like school, doctors, shops near to development.
Increased use of cars.

Full text:

Road safety is an issue for pedestrians; children, elderly, disabled, dog walkers and cyclists. Heavy vehicles are already a safety issue.
Loss of greenbelt and environment issues of increased pollution and flooding across a low geographical site..
Lack of amenities like school, doctors, shops near to development.
Increased use of cars.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17173

Received: 18/11/2018

Respondent: mr aubrey fenn

Representation:

Applications contrary to almost all relevant criteria.
Dangerous road, numerous complaints to parish council about speeding by heavy vehicles accessing airfield grain store, industrial site and local chicken farms.
Land is low lying and road floods. Sewage station next door is low lying and emptied regularly due to overflow.
This greenfield site is in a remote location away from key amenities such as schools, shops, surgeries, football pitch and pubs.

Full text:

Applications contrary to almost all relevant criteria.
Dangerous road, numerous complaints to parish council about speeding by heavy vehicles accessing airfield grain store, industrial site and local chicken farms.
Land is low lying and road floods. Sewage station next door is low lying and emptied regularly due to overflow.
This greenfield site is in a remote location away from key amenities such as schools, shops, surgeries, football pitch and pubs.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17187

Received: 19/11/2018

Respondent: mrs sheena hubbard

Representation:

Applications contrary to almost all relevant criteria.
Road safety an issue, low lying road which floods, sewage works at full capacity, greenfield site in remote location away from key amenities

Full text:

Applications contrary to almost all relevant criteria.
Road safety an issue, low lying road which floods, sewage works at full capacity, greenfield site in remote location away from key amenities

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17265

Received: 21/11/2018

Respondent: ms Tonya Manning

Representation:

This greenfield development would have a negative impact. Air pollution will increase with reliance on cars to get to essential amenities - against all environmental policies.
The Street floods from surface water and sewage works. Road safety is poor with speed cameras next to the sites and is dangerous for pedestrians. The Street is used as the main route to the A1066 by lorries from the airfield grain store, industrial site and local chicken farms. On some stretches such as near the church it is impossible for pedestrians to get off the highway due to the high banks and visibility.

Full text:

This greenfield development would have a negative impact. Air pollution will increase with reliance on cars to get to essential amenities - against all environmental policies.
The Street floods from surface water and sewage works. Road safety is poor with speed cameras next to the sites and is dangerous for pedestrians. The Street is used as the main route to the A1066 by lorries from the airfield grain store, industrial site and local chicken farms. On some stretches such as near the church it is impossible for pedestrians to get off the highway due to the high banks and visibility.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17269

Received: 21/11/2018

Respondent: ms anna goodwin

Representation:

This proposal goes against many environmental policies. Travel to schools, shops, doctors and community is by car with no available public transport. No facilties for children. so journeys to Diss or Bressingham playing field.
Regular road flooding preventing pedestrians using road with no pavement. Heavy vehicles daily use of road - lorries, tractors and trailers. Small sewage works struggles to cope and is at full capacity.
Road safety urgent issue for families, disabled and elderly. Not safe!

Full text:

This proposal goes against many environmental policies. Travel to schools, shops, doctors and community is by car with no available public transport. No facilties for children. so journeys to Diss or Bressingham playing field.
Regular road flooding preventing pedestrians using road with no pavement. Heavy vehicles daily use of road - lorries, tractors and trailers. Small sewage works struggles to cope and is at full capacity.
Road safety urgent issue for families, disabled and elderly. Not safe!

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17271

Received: 21/11/2018

Respondent: mr Tim Doggett

Representation:

This site has always flooded and is difficult to pass with heavy agricultural and industrial vehicles using it daily.
It's low lying and next to a sewage works that is at full capacity and pumped out by Anglia Water monthly.
To get to the shops, pubs or schools cars need to be used and there are no buses, Cycling can be dangerous with so many large vehicles speeding through.
This is the wrong site in the wrong location. Doesn't fit with environmental criteria.

Full text:

This site has always flooded and is difficult to pass with heavy agricultural and industrial vehicles using it daily.
It's low lying and next to a sewage works that is at full capacity and pumped out by Anglia Water monthly.
To get to the shops, pubs or schools cars need to be used and there are no buses, Cycling can be dangerous with so many large vehicles speeding through.
This is the wrong site in the wrong location. Doesn't fit with environmental criteria.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17274

Received: 21/11/2018

Respondent: ms Tonya Manning

Representation:

Same as my objections for GNL2052

Full text:

Same as my objections for GNL2052

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17373

Received: 24/11/2018

Respondent: Dr Amanda Mcmurray

Representation:

Each new home will require 1-2 vehicles = up to 80 additional vehicles. Assuming 10 homes on this site, each car travels 20 miles/day on 5 days/week and an average, modern, medium-sized car emits 250g CO2/mile the site proposed here will lead directly to increasing CO2 emissions by 26.5tonnes/year.

This application potentially reduces local employment by removing agricultural land and the employment it creates. This reduces any need for additional housing.

The SERVICES, INFRASTRUCTURE AND AMENITIES do not exist to support additional housing. And the number of houses proposed, added to those existing, is insufficient to justify them being created.

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Each new home will require 1-2 vehicles = up to 80 additional vehicles. Assuming 10 homes on this site, each car travels 20 miles/day on 5 days/week and an average, modern, medium-sized car emits 250g CO2/mile the site proposed here will lead directly to increasing CO2 emissions by 26.5tonnes/year.

This application potentially reduces local employment by removing agricultural land and the employment it creates. This reduces any need for additional housing.

The SERVICES, INFRASTRUCTURE AND AMENITIES do not exist to support additional housing. And the number of houses proposed, added to those existing, is insufficient to justify them being created.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17525

Received: 30/11/2018

Respondent: Mr Shaun Collins

Representation:

Due to the existing infrastructure in the area including the current lack of amenities within a 3 mile radius of Bressingham expanding the village further will put more strain on the village, the schools and shop are already undersized.The roads in the area would need to be greatly improved as in many sections it is tight for cars to pass. The services in the region are weak at best with half the village on septic tanks etc. Bressingham is a village with a good rural heritage and by building further housing developments this will ensure the village loses this

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Due to the existing infrastructure in the area including the current lack of amenities within a 3 mile radius of Bressingham expanding the village further will put more strain on the village, the schools and shop are already undersized.The roads in the area would need to be greatly improved as in many sections it is tight for cars to pass. The services in the region are weak at best with half the village on septic tanks etc. Bressingham is a village with a good rural heritage and by building further housing developments this will ensure the village loses this

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17614

Received: 02/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Paul Sumpter

Representation:

Please see my comments on site number GNLP 2052 which are pertinent to this site.
Additionally all of the houses on the adjacent Bates lane use septic tanks for sewage so sewage disposal is likely to be a problem.

Full text:

Please see my comments on site number GNLP 2052 which are pertinent to this site.
Additionally all of the houses on the adjacent Bates lane use septic tanks for sewage so sewage disposal is likely to be a problem.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17726

Received: 20/11/2018

Respondent: Mr Ronald Leeper

Representation:

I object to building on these fields. I live near these sites and use a mobility scooter. The road is too dangerous for me to go out onto and more traffic would make it worse. There is no bus service in fersfield and there are no pavements. I am 80 years old, I was born in the house I live in, the road always had had a lot of surface water when it rains. Lorries drive over my garden pass. See photographs attached. There is no need to build on fields so far away from schools and shops.

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I object to building on these fields. I live near these sites and use a mobility scooter. The road is too dangerous for me to go out onto and more traffic would make it worse. There is no bus service in fersfield and there are no pavements. I am 80 years old, I was born in the house I live in, the road always had had a lot of surface water when it rains. Lorries drive over my garden pass. See photographs attached. There is no need to build on fields so far away from schools and shops.

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17732

Received: 21/11/2018

Respondent: Mr Paul Sumpter

Representation:

There are no pavements adjoining any of the sites - raising safety issues
* There is no street lighting - again safety issues
* There are no mains sewers which would mean more septic/treatment tanks emptying into ditches giving rise to environmental issues.
* Two of the designated areas completely surround one property which is likely to significantly alter the value of that property and its enjoyment by the present owners.
* Already significant traffic, 'quiet lane' designation largely ignored
* Connectivity poor for phones and wifi
* School dropping and collecting time is chaotic and dangerous
* Any development would seriously detract from the rural nature of the village

Full text:

With regard to the sites that i wished to comment on, the sites concerned are all in the Bressingham and Fersfield vicinity and are numbered GNLP Sites 2052, 2053, 2054 and 2056.
I believe theses sites are inappropriate and the concerns that i had tried to express were as follows:
* There are no pavements adjoining any of the sites - raising safety issues
* There is no street lighting - again safety issues
* There are no mains sewers which would mean more septic/treatment tanks emptying into ditches (although i am not sure if this is the case with site mentioned on School lane, Bressingham). - This will almost certainly give rise to environmental issues.
* Two of the designated areas completely surround one property which is likely to significantly alter the value of that property and its enjoyment by the present owners.
* There is already significant traffic (short cut from A!! to A1066, agricultural vehicles, haulage vehicles servicing warehouses and intensive livestock units) going through the village with very little control over speeds, "Quiet lane' designation is largely ignored. To add further to the traffic volume would only exacerbate an already unsatisfactory situation.
* Connectivity is very poor in the area both for phones and for wifi
* Specifically with regard to the School Lane site, while access to the A1066 would be easy significant improvements to the road system would need to be considered as already at School dropping off and collecting times it is both chaotic and dangerous.
* Finally, any development on the sites mentioned would seriously detract from the rural nature of the village and consequently of it peaceful enjoyment by villagers. I believe that this would significantly change the nature of the village with the result that established members of our community would seriously consider moving elsewhere.

For the sake of impartiality/clarity i confirm that none of the proposed sites are adjacent to my own property and as such i would not be directly affected by such a development, however my neighbours and our broader village community would be and it is for this reason that i wish to lodge the above representations for your consideration before the next step in the process is taken.

I have one minor amendment to make as on closer inspection it has been pointed out to me that one of the site proposals does in fact back onto a small part of my property.
My objections and representations remain the same.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17753

Received: 04/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Jess Bowman

Representation:

This land has flooding risk, it is also part of a huge agricultural field.It is not in my opinion suitable to build houses on as the land is needed to grow crops. Also the Village can not cope with a huge amount of new homes. The roads are narrow and we have no school,shop or Drs.

Full text:

This land has flooding risk, it is also part of a huge agricultural field.It is not in my opinion suitable to build houses on as the land is needed to grow crops. Also the Village can not cope with a huge amount of new homes. The roads are narrow and we have no school,shop or Drs.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17867

Received: 06/12/2018

Respondent: Ms Kim Burr

Representation:

The proposed site is totally unsuitable for development as it is in a High Risk area for surface water flooding. Any sort of housing will only increase surface water run off and further compound this. The road which the site abuts already floods. Furthermore, there is no infrastructure or amenities in the area. No buses or pavements and a road that is used daily by HGV's would mean an increase in pollution due to extra vehicles. Sewage treatment is also an issue here.
Fersfield is a lovely small community and this should not be compromised.

Full text:

The proposed site is totally unsuitable for development as it is in a High Risk area for surface water flooding. Any sort of housing will only increase surface water run off and further compound this. The road which the site abuts already floods. Furthermore, there is no infrastructure or amenities in the area. No buses or pavements and a road that is used daily by HGV's would mean an increase in pollution due to extra vehicles. Sewage treatment is also an issue here.
Fersfield is a lovely small community and this should not be compromised.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17871

Received: 06/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Christopher Lawrence

Representation:

The obvious lack of amenities, sewage and drainage issues, dangerous narrow road and isolated location, means this site would be totally inappropriate for any sort of development.

Full text:

The obvious lack of amenities, sewage and drainage issues, dangerous narrow road and isolated location, means this site would be totally inappropriate for any sort of development.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18086

Received: 08/12/2018

Respondent: Bressingham and Fersfield Parish Council

Representation:

We endorse your view that this site is unsuitable for allocation.

Full text:

We endorse your view that this site is unsuitable for allocation.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18106

Received: 08/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Kate Thurston

Representation:

The current infrastructure would not be able to cope with more housing. The road in not wide enough to facilitate more traffic and is already a danger for pedestrians with large lorries and agricultural vehicles. The Street is always prone to flooding with streams unable to deal with run off from fields. Anglian water's pumping house for the sewage is also at full capacity. No public transport runs through Fersfield, the village also has a lack of amenities such as shops, schools, pubs & medical services. Although there is a need for affordable housing this site is not suitable.

Full text:

The current infrastructure would not be able to cope with more housing. The road in not wide enough to facilitate more traffic and is already a danger for pedestrians with large lorries and agricultural vehicles. The Street is always prone to flooding with streams unable to deal with run off from fields. Anglian water's pumping house for the sewage is also at full capacity. No public transport runs through Fersfield, the village also has a lack of amenities such as shops, schools, pubs & medical services. Although there is a need for affordable housing this site is not suitable.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18108

Received: 08/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Mike Bass

Representation:

The sites identified in the village of Fersfield would have a large impact on the environment. Loss of greenbelt, increased CO2 from traffic and light pollution to name a few. Power and phone are all on overhead cables. The sewage plant is near capacity. Flooding regularly occurs here. The road is an old airfield access road which is very narrow places. There is no school and no public transport. Nearest amenities are 2 and half miles away.

Full text:

The sites identified in the village of Fersfield would have a large impact on the environment. Loss of greenbelt, increased CO2 from traffic and light pollution to name a few. Power and phone are all on overhead cables. The sewage plant is near capacity. Flooding regularly occurs here. The road is an old airfield access road which is very narrow places. There is no school and no public transport. Nearest amenities are 2 and half miles away.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18157

Received: 09/12/2018

Respondent: ms Laura Gosman

Representation:

I am disabled and live opposite the two proposed sites. I feel trapped inside my own home due to the danger posed by heavy goods and agricultural vehicles using the road. Vehicles often drive up on the verges to enable them to pass each other. There are no footpaths and the road is not safe for pedestrians to use. The road also floods increasing the dangers for pedestrians.
It is impossible for me to get to any events in the village without someone taking me by car

Full text:

I am disabled and live opposite the two proposed sites. I feel trapped inside my own home due to the danger posed by heavy goods and agricultural vehicles using the road. Vehicles often drive up on the verges to enable them to pass each other. There are no footpaths and the road is not safe for pedestrians to use. The road also floods increasing the dangers for pedestrians.
It is impossible for me to get to any events in the village without someone taking me by car