GNLP2095

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Comment

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17322

Received: 22/11/2018

Respondent: South Norfolk Council

Representation:

Foul sewer rising main runs through the length of the site set back from the frontage.

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Foul sewer rising main runs through the length of the site set back from the frontage.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19270

Received: 14/12/2018

Respondent: Pulham Market Parish Council

Representation:

We do not support the two newly submitted sites, we support GNLP 1024 (Ladbrookes, Tattlepot Road) and GNLP 0166 (Gosmore, Colegate End Road) as detailed in our representation.

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Development of this site could lead to ribbon development along the road frontage of open countryside to the east of Colegate End Road, this would adversely impact on the entrance to and setting of our village.

If Pulham Market is considered suitable for development the Parish Council
would wish to see a maximum of 10 new dwellings. Having visited each site,
our preferred sites would be:

GNLP 1024 (Ladbrookes, Tattlepot Road)
This site is located next to the proposed Sycamore Farm development
opposite houses in Julian's Way. This is on the main road to the village
and there are two further properties to the west. There are already two
points of access from this site onto the road.

GNLP 0166 (Gosmore, Colegate End Road)
This proposed site is on an existing residential site and could lend itself
to an appropriate size development. The site has buildings to either side
of it, there is existing access to the site.

Support

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19330

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Durrants Ltd

Representation:

With respect to both site references GNLP2095 and GNLP2096, the applicant welcomes the Council's decision that the sites represent suitable sites for future residential development within the village of Pulham Market.. We would stress that there are no fundamental constraints or impacts that cannot be mitigated through the subsequent application and development process. The sites represent an opportunity to provide much needed housing at a proportionate scale and within a location that would support the nearby facilities within the village whilst also minimising wider landscape and townscape impacts. We would therefore welcome your support for the inclusion of the above site in the merging local plan.

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