GNLP2048

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17787

Received: 04/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Rachael Trivett

Representation:

The infrastructure of swainsthorpe cannot cope with more houses, the traffic increase would be very detrimental to the small village. The A140 is bad enough now to try and get onto from swainsthorpe so more cars in the village will only add to this problem.

Full text:

The infrastructure of swainsthorpe cannot cope with more houses, the traffic increase would be very detrimental to the small village. The A140 is bad enough now to try and get onto from swainsthorpe so more cars in the village will only add to this problem.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18986

Received: 13/12/2018

Respondent: Thurton Parish Council

Representation:

The views of the Thurton Parish Council remain that any development, other than infill should be confined to the Ashby side of the A146. This is a long standing principle based on the junction alignments, a desire to minimise the amount of queuing caused by turning traffic and the number of pedestrians having to cross the A146. It is anticipated that Norfolk County Council Highways department would be unlikely to agree any additional access onto the A146. Additional issues were that part of the field is on the flood plain and location of the gas pipeline. Council oppose this proposal

Full text:

The views of the Thurton Parish Council remain that any development, other than infill should be confined to the Ashby side of the A146. This is a long standing principle based on the junction alignments, a desire to minimise the amount of queuing caused by turning traffic and the number of pedestrians having to cross the A146. It is anticipated that Norfolk County Council Highways department would be unlikely to agree any additional access onto the A146. Additional issues were that part of the field is on the flood plain and location of the gas pipeline. Council oppose this proposal