GNLP0441R

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18115

Received: 08/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Andrew Cawdron

Representation:

The site is outside the village development boundary and absorbs more good quality agricultural land. Great Plumstead is a service village and is already adding over 30 dwellings to the community on Church Road and Rosebery Road. There are existing traffic concerns and roads are inadequate with limited public transport provision. There are also concerns about surface water flooding and sewer capability. All in all a site that is poorly serviced and could only add to existing problems and concerns.

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The site is outside the village development boundary and absorbs more good quality agricultural land. Great Plumstead is a service village and is already adding over 30 dwellings to the community on Church Road and Rosebery Road. There are existing traffic concerns and roads are inadequate with limited public transport provision. There are also concerns about surface water flooding and sewer capability. All in all a site that is poorly serviced and could only add to existing problems and concerns.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18191

Received: 09/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Ben Bullen

Representation:

Prime arable land should not be eligible for development. Gt Plumstead may well be classed as a serviced village, but the services leave much to be desired and more houses will only put more strain on the existing village. Gt Plumstead already has it's fair share of approved new housing which is currently being built. We don't need any more.

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Despite the fact that this site has now reduced in half compared to the original consultation, my objection is just as strong as it ever was. Gt Plumstead is NOT the serviced village that the report makes you believe it to be. There is still no shop or post office. Other amenities could be considered basic at most. This site is STILL high grade agricultural land and should not be eligible for housing. Furthermore, the report says Gt Plumstead is capable of taking pockets of small developments. There is nothing small about this site and suggested number of houses. New houses are already being built as a result of previous approvals and there are 100s of houses being built at the Little Hospital site which, as the crow flies, is less than a mile away. In light of the fact that there are 1000s of other houses already been granted approval in the vicinity of the NDR and surrounding towns/villages, this site is completely unnecessary.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18195

Received: 09/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Michelle Bullen

Representation:

Prime arable land should not be eligible for development. Gt Plumstead may well be classed as a serviced village, but the services leave much to be desired and more houses will only put more strain on the existing village. Gt Plumstead already has it's fair share of approved new housing which is currently being built. We don't need any more.

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Despite the fact that this site has now reduced in half compared to the original consultation, my objection is just as strong as it ever was. Gt Plumstead is NOT the serviced village that the report makes you believe it to be. There is still no shop or post office. Other amenities could be considered basic at most. This site is STILL high grade agricultural land and should not be eligible for housing. Furthermore, the report says Gt Plumstead is capable of taking pockets of small developments. There is nothing small about this site and suggested number of houses. New houses are already being built as a result of previous approvals and there are 100s of houses being built at the Little Hospital site which, as the crow flies, is less than a mile away. In light of the fact that there are 1000s of other houses already been granted approval in the vicinity of the NDR and surrounding towns/villages, this site is completely unnecessary.

Support

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19288

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Derek Jones

Agent: Bidwells

Representation:

As outlined above, the site is suitable, available, achievable and viable, and is therefore deliverable and
developable, in line with the NPPF. Residential development in this location would represent a logical
extension to the existing settlement, providing an appropriate, thoughtful and well-designed
development, in accordance with the objectives of the Great Plumstead, Little Plumstead, and Thorpe
End Garden Village Neighbourhood Plan (2014-2034).
The Highways Assessment prepared by Orari Transport Planning demonstrates that a suitable access
can be achieved onto Middle Road and/or Hare Road to serve a residential development.
The only planning constraint that cannot be mitigated through development is the loss of a portion of
Grade 1 farmland. As discussed, the revision of the red line boundary means that most of the Grade 1
farmland within the landholding will now be retained. Furthermore, the allocation of this site for
approximately 30 dwellings could satisfy Great and Little Plumstead's entire housing need in the Plan
period to 2036. This would focus development in Great Plumstead to one site, thereby reducing the risk
of residential development in less suitable locations within the parish, while safeguarding larger areas of
high quality agricultural land in the local area.

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 19590

Received: 18/12/2018

Respondent: Great & Little Plumstead Parish Council

Representation:

The Plumsteads are seen as "service villages" within the Norwich Policy
Area and Joint Core Strategy. This is defined as suitable for small housing
developments (10 to 20 dwellings) subject to form and character
considerations.

Developing this land would also be on Grade 1 Agricultural Land, surely
brownfield sites should be used first?

Great Plumstead in particular has no infrastructure. There are currently
no schools, shops or doctors etc within the Village. The nearest school is
located within Little Plumstead which is at capacity, The nearest doctor
is Blofield, which is already nearing capacity. There is no shop within
the Parish at all, the closest shop is in neighbouring Parishes.

Poor road infrastructure in an area poorly serviced by public transport. There is only one bus which services the area which is not frequent.

It is presumed that the exit/entrance of this site would be located on Hare
Road. This is potentially dangerous as the road is not very wide and there have
already been accidents. Alternatively an exit/entrance onto
Middle Road would equally be unsuitable. This road has increased in
traffic since the opening of the new bridge and the closure of Low Road and
Smee Lane. Middle Road itself is not a wide carriageway and at parts
cannot support two vehicles passing each other.

Drainage/soakaways would need to be investigated on this site as Hare Road
is known for flooding in various parts.

Great Plumstead already absorbing more than Service Village allocation with over 30 new dwellings in progress.

This development is outside of the settlement boundary.

The foul drainage capacity in the area is already overloaded without taking account of the new developments coming.

Not a sustainable location.

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GNLP0441R
The Plumsteads are seen as "service villages" within the Norwich Policy
Area and Joint Core Strategy. This is defined as suitable for small housing
developments (10 to 20 dwellings) subject to form and character
considerations.

Developing this land would also be on Grade 1 Agricultural Land, surely
brownfield sites should be used first?

Great Plumstead in particular has no infrastructure. There are currently
no schools, shops or doctors etc within the Village. The nearest school is
located within Little Plumstead which is at capacity, The nearest doctor
is Blofield, which is already nearing capacity. There is no shop within
the Parish at all, the closest shop is in neighbouring Parishes.

Poor road infrastructure in an area poorly serviced by public transport. There is only one bus which services the area which is not frequent.

It is presumed that the exit/entrance of this site would be located on Hare
Road. This is potentially dangerous as the road is not very wide and there have
already been accidents. Alternatively an exit/entrance onto
Middle Road would equally be unsuitable. This road has increased in
traffic since the opening of the new bridge and the closure of Low Road and
Smee Lane. Middle Road itself is not a wide carriageway and at parts
cannot support two vehicles passing each other.

Drainage/soakaways would need to be investigated on this site as Hare Road
is known for flooding in various parts.

Great Plumstead already absorbing more than Service Village allocation with over 30 new dwellings in progress.

This development is outside of the settlement boundary.

The foul drainage capacity in the area is already overloaded without taking account of the new developments coming.

Not a sustainable location.


GNLP0420R
The Parish Council objects to this site as it is contrary to our Service
Village designation, which states developments should be up to 20
dwellings.

Developing this land would also be on Grade 1 Agricultural Land, surely
brownfield sites should be used first?

Great Plumstead in particular has no infrastructure. There are currently
no schools, shops or doctors etc within the Village. The nearest school is
located within Little Plumstead which is at capacity, The nearest dentist
is Blofield, which is already nearing capacity. There is no shop within
the Parish at all, the closest shop is in neighbouring Parishes.

Poor road infrastructure in an area poorly serviced by public transport. There is only one bus which services the area which is not frequent.

It is presumed that the exit/entrance of this site would be located on Hare
Road. This could be dangerous as the road is not very wide and there have
already been accidents on this road.

Drainage/soakaways would need to be investigated on this site as the roads are subject to contact surface water flooding.

Great Plumstead already absorbing more than Service Village allocation with over 30 new dwellings in progress.

The foul drainage capacity in the area is already overloaded without taking account of the new developments coming.

This development is outside of the settlement boundary.

Not a sustainable location.


GNLP2107
The Plumsteads are seen as "service villages" within the Norwich Policy
Area and Joint Core Strategy. This is defined as suitable for small housing
developments (10 to 20 dwellings) subject to form and character
considerations. Little Plumstead already absorbing more than Service Village allocation with over 100+ new dwellings in progress.

Little Plumstead has almost no infrastructure. There are no shops, doctors, dentists etc located within the Parish.

Occupying and removing agricultural land

Poor road infrastructure in a area poorly serviced by public transport

Foul drainage capacity in the area overloaded.

Drainage/soakaways would need to be investigated on this site roads in the area are known for flooding in various parts.

We are already buried in a growth triangle which is not working in terms of delivery, a masterplan or infrastructure support.

Not a sustainable location - only way to get to a shop is by car.

GNLP2040
The Plumsteads are seen as "service villages" within the Norwich Policy
Area and Joint Core Strategy. This is defined as suitable for small housing
developments (10 to 20 dwellings) subject to form and character
considerations.

Great Plumstead already absorbing more than Service Village allocation with over 30 new dwellings in progress.

The development is outside of the settlement boundary.

Occupying and removing agricultural land

Great Plumstead in particular has no infrastructure. There are currently
no schools, shops or doctors etc within the Village. The nearest school is
located within Little Plumstead which is at capacity, The nearest dentist
is Blofield, which is already nearing capacity. There is no shop within
the Parish at all, the closest shop is in neighbouring Parishes.

Poor road infrastructure in a area poorly serviced by public transport

Foul drainage capacity in the area overloaded.

Poor road infrastructure subject to constant surface water flooding

We are already buried in a growth triangle which is not working in terms of delivery, a masterplan or infrastructure support.

GNLP2166
The development is outside of the settlement boundary.

The site allocation as it does not comply with Policy 1 of the Great and Little Plumstead Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan. Which states 'New development will respect and retain the integrity of Great Plumstead, Little Plumstead and Thorpe End Green Village as distinct character as individual villages and, in particular, it is important that coalescence is avoided between Thorpe End Garden Village and development related to the surrounding settlements, ensuring that Thorpe End Garden Village retains the appearance and character of a separate garden village"

GNLP2092
The development is outside of the settlement boundary.

The site allocation as it does not comply with Policy 1 of the Great and Little Plumstead Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan. Which states 'New development will respect and retain the integrity of Great Plumstead, Little Plumstead and Thorpe End Green Village as distinct character as individual villages and, in particular, it is important that coalescence is avoided between Thorpe End Garden Village and development related to the surrounding settlements, ensuring that Thorpe End Garden Village retains the appearance and character of a separate garden village"

GNLP0095
The development is outside of the settlement boundary.

The site allocation as it does not comply with Policy 1 of the Great and Little Plumstead Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan. Which states 'New development will respect and retain the integrity of Great Plumstead, Little Plumstead and Thorpe End Green Village as distinct character as individual villages and, in particular, it is important that coalescence is avoided between Thorpe End Garden Village and development related to the surrounding settlements, ensuring that Thorpe End Garden Village retains the appearance and character of a separate garden village"