GNLP2101

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 16823

Received: 29/10/2018

Respondent: Mr Julian Halls

Representation:

East and west of railway line with potential noise issues Also has a river running through the middle of the proposed site. No brainer flooding issues and sewerage compromised from the start. Access poor at all points and not enough infrastructure to support this. Will completely destroy the character of the village , what is left!!

Full text:

East and west of railway line with potential noise issues Also has a river running through the middle of the proposed site. No brainer flooding issues and sewerage compromised from the start. Access poor at all points and not enough infrastructure to support this. Will completely destroy the character of the village , what is left!!

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 16839

Received: 29/10/2018

Respondent: david oakley

Representation:

Area not suitable for development without significant improvement in public transport infrastructure and pedestrian footpaths.

Full text:

Whereas I have no overall objection to the expansion of the village of Spooner Row, I strongly feel that the misrepresentations in this proposal should be noted. The village school has no issue with pupil numbers, and indeed new housing will only lead to increased over subscription for places at this school, which has no room to expand.
Furthermore, there is NO public bus service in the village and a train service so limited it is impossible to work a 9-5 job in either Norwich or Cambridge and commute from Spooner Row. These issues should be corrected or accurately build into any development plan before further go ahead is given. The village will only become overrun with cars and has insufficient safe pathways to cope with this.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 16841

Received: 29/10/2018

Respondent: Mr Neil Wiseman

Representation:

On looking at this phase 2 development which is directly behind my house,I see the development incorporates my one acre field as part of the development.
Why is this?
Neil Wiseman.
This is development in spooner row south of railway line,phase 2.

Full text:

On looking at this phase 2 development which is directly behind my house,I see the development incorporates my one acre field as part of the development.
Why is this?
Neil Wiseman.
This is development in spooner row south of railway line,phase 2.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 16855

Received: 30/10/2018

Respondent: Mr Steven Dye

Representation:

The site would engulf a river and a number of properties which currently enjoy countryside views and a rural setting. The village is not suitable for development on this scale. Flood risks make the site completely inappropriate and the negative impact on the village and it's residents would be enormous.

Full text:

The site would engulf a river and a number of properties which currently enjoy countryside views and a rural setting. The village is not suitable for development on this scale. Flood risks make the site completely inappropriate and the negative impact on the village and it's residents would be enormous.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18052

Received: 07/12/2018

Respondent: Ms Karen Dunn Hughes

Representation:

This is an enormous proposal and would turn Spooner Row from a village into a town. This would require significant infrastructure improvements as currently, the village relies on low-standard country roads, on-going flood risk problems throughout the village and a poor communication network. This proposed settlement would need significant investment for new community facilities and public transport rather than just creating a mass of new homes and little else.

Full text:

This is an enormous proposal and would turn Spooner Row from a village into a town. This would require significant infrastructure improvements as currently, the village relies on low-standard country roads, on-going flood risk problems throughout the village and a poor communication network. This proposed settlement would need significant investment for new community facilities and public transport rather than just creating a mass of new homes and little else.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18343

Received: 10/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Janis Raynsford

Representation:

This proposal is most definitely out of scale with the existing village of Spooner Row and will have a detrimental effect on the village and the quality of life of the residents. Good arable land lost again resulting in total urbanisation. The roads simply cannot cope with additional traffic, bearing in mind that Station Road is a route for HGVs. Many other villages have had unsuitable development thrown at them, and it is unrealistic to determine that Spooner Row should also be party to that excessive urbanisation.

Full text:

This proposal is most definitely out of scale with the existing village of Spooner Row and will have a detrimental effect on the village and the quality of life of the residents. Good arable land lost again resulting in total urbanisation. The roads simply cannot cope with additional traffic, bearing in mind that Station Road is a route for HGVs. Many other villages have had unsuitable development thrown at them, and it is unrealistic to determine that Spooner Row should also be party to that excessive urbanisation.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19409

Received: 14/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Thomas Booen

Representation:

This proposal represents urbanisation on a huge scale, likely to at least double the existing built area of Spooner Row, and would cause great harm to the village-scape. Loss of agricultural land/greenfield site and large areas of hard landscaping would increase flood risk due to surface run off, which poses a risk adjacent to the A11 - huge infrastructure work would be needed. Poor air quality and noise pollution for dwellings in such close proximity to A11 and railway. Existing flood risk adjacent to river in village. Development is outside of the established development boundary.

Full text:

This proposal represents urbanisation on a huge scale, likely to at least double the existing built area of Spooner Row, and would cause great harm to the village-scape. Loss of agricultural land/greenfield site and large areas of hard landscaping would increase flood risk due to surface run off, which poses a risk adjacent to the A11 - huge infrastructure work would be needed. Poor air quality and noise pollution for dwellings in such close proximity to A11 and railway. Existing flood risk adjacent to river in village. Development is outside of the established development boundary.

Support

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19783

Received: 14/12/2018

Respondent: Linde Homes

Representation:

Please find attached Linden Homes' representations for the New, Revised and Small Sites consultation.

They largely relate to the strategic scale site at Spooner Row, however there are also some generic comments in relation to strategy, accommodating need and economic development.

See attached.

Full text:

Please find attached Linden Homes' representations for the New, Revised and Small Sites consultation.

They largely relate to the strategic scale site at Spooner Row, however there are also some generic comments in relation to strategy, accommodating need and economic development.

See attached.

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