GNLP2181

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 16822

Received: 29/10/2018

Respondent: Mr Julian Halls

Representation:

in fill development with not enough infrastructure of any kind to support this abomination, which also in the past has suffered severe flooding issues. Narrow totally unsustable access proposal

Full text:

in fill development with not enough infrastructure of any kind to support this abomination, which also in the past has suffered severe flooding issues. Narrow totally unsustable access proposal

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 16840

Received: 29/10/2018

Respondent: david oakley

Representation:

School Lane not suitable for further traffic. It is very narrow and has no footpath, yet is a busy lane used by children for school and access to the playing field.

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.

School Lane itself has NO footpath providing a safe haven for children accessing the school or the playing field. Increasing the traffic along this road will increase the risk posed to children and potentially lead to tragic consequences.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17477

Received: 28/11/2018

Respondent: mrs veronica grint

Representation:

With reference to GNLP 2181 Spooner Row. In paragraph 7a, the applicants have indicated that the hedgeline is to be removed.

As owners of Orchard House, School Lane, we are able to confirm that the hedgerow is within our ownership, and has been in our ownership since 1984.

Full text:

With reference to GNLP 2181 Spooner Row. In paragraph 7a, the applicants have indicated that the hedgeline is to be removed.

As owners of Orchard House, School Lane, we are able to confirm that the hedgerow is within our ownership, and has been in our ownership since 1984.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18040

Received: 07/12/2018

Respondent: Ms Karen Dunn Hughes

Representation:

The entrance to this site is very narrow and situated between residential properties and not suitable for regular traffic. The sewage truck uses it on occasion. School Lane is also a narrow road and there are currently pedestrian highway safety issues as School Lane is too narrow to accommodate a footpath.

This site floods and was excluded from previous S.Norfolk Local Plans due to the flood risk and other issues.

Full text:

The entrance to this site is very narrow and situated between residential properties and not suitable for regular traffic. The sewage truck uses it on occasion. School Lane is also a narrow road and there are currently pedestrian highway safety issues as School Lane is too narrow to accommodate a footpath.

This site floods and was excluded from previous S.Norfolk Local Plans due to the flood risk and other issues.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18340

Received: 10/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Janis Raynsford

Representation:

An unnecessary development with obvious access problems. Just because there may be development in the near vicinity, it does not give the green light for such an infill proposal.

Full text:

An unnecessary development with obvious access problems. Just because there may be development in the near vicinity, it does not give the green light for such an infill proposal.