GNLP0332R

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Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 16950

Received: 06/11/2018

Respondent: Mrs Jennifer Glas

Representation:

The proposal for a residential development on this site has already received a large number of objections. Local infrastructure is already at capacity, to be strained further by White Rose Park. The loss of proximate access to the countryside, and the well-used green space at Cottinghams Park and allotments is unacceptable to the residents of Hellesdon.

Full text:

The proposal for a residential development on this site has already received a large number of objections. Local infrastructure is already at capacity, to be strained further by White Rose Park. The loss of proximate access to the countryside, and the well-used green space at Cottinghams Park and allotments is unacceptable to the residents of Hellesdon.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17027

Received: 12/11/2018

Respondent: Mr John Knowles

Representation:

Hellesdon is a parish that has a large population with little recreational or green space.
I object to the development of further housing in this location that would add to the 1,000 homes already scheduled to be developed at the Golf Course in the parish and up to a further 500 homes as part of additional developments within its current boundaries. This development in the parish of Horsford would, in fact, become part of Hellesdon without any additional services,106, CIL monies, and diminish current recreation space. The site is currently the crash zone for Norwich Airport inappropriate for housing development

Full text:

Hellesdon is a parish that has a large population with little recreational or green space.
I object to the development of further housing in this location that would add to the 1,000 homes already scheduled to be developed at the Golf Course in the parish and up to a further 500 homes as part of additional developments within its current boundaries. This development in the parish of Horsford would, in fact, become part of Hellesdon without any additional services,106, CIL monies, and diminish current recreation space. The site is currently the crash zone for Norwich Airport inappropriate for housing development

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17035

Received: 13/11/2018

Respondent: MR Marlon Fulcher

Representation:

This proposal would negatively impact the lives of Hellesdon residents. While this area is within Horsford who would receive the community infrastructure levy, Hellesdon would be where they would access services. Services are already strained in terms of local surgery, community centre, parking and shops and Hellesdon has the challenging task of integrating up to 1300 homes yet to built on golf course and hospital site. The Neighbourhood plan states Hellesdon should be next to the countryside which this proposal would contradict. Development of this size should be self-contained and north of the NDR for improved access for all

Full text:

This proposal would negatively impact the lives of Hellesdon residents. While this area is within Horsford who would receive the community infrastructure levy, Hellesdon would be where they would access services. Services are already strained in terms of local surgery, community centre, parking and shops and Hellesdon has the challenging task of integrating up to 1300 homes yet to built on golf course and hospital site. The Neighbourhood plan states Hellesdon should be next to the countryside which this proposal would contradict. Development of this size should be self-contained and north of the NDR for improved access for all

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17104

Received: 16/11/2018

Respondent: Mr Raymond Snailum

Representation:

I object to this as the roads/schools/doctors will not cope. The Doctors does not have enough DOCTORS to cope with yet more People. Schools are the same. Traffic that use these roads already have a large amount traffic on them coming from HOLT, HORSFORD,CROMER,ST FAITHS, HAINFORD coming into the city through Hellesdon.
Got to have bigger roads built to cope. another doctors/schools must be built on site to cope with the amount of housing

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I object to this as the roads/schools/doctors will not cope. The Doctors does not have enough DOCTORS to cope with yet more People. Schools are the same. Traffic that use these roads already have a large amount traffic on them coming from HOLT, HORSFORD,CROMER,ST FAITHS, HAINFORD coming into the city through Hellesdon.
Got to have bigger roads built to cope. another doctors/schools must be built on site to cope with the amount of housing

Comment

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17185

Received: 19/11/2018

Respondent: MRs Tanya Price-Morris

Representation:

Object - lack of Infrastructure - lack of amenities - lack of green space - not under the Hellesdon Parish - too close.

Full text:

I am a local resident of Hellesdon and object to the plans for so many homes being built in addition to the already passed 1000 homes at the Golf course. We do not have the infrastructure to cope with the homes in the area now let alone when the 1000 go up and now another 700! In addition to this i believe these will not actually be in the parish of helleson?? So.. what doctors will they use, what schools will they attend? Where are the green areas for walking and childrens play? I think this will ruin Hellesdon and make the Bull roundabod, reepham road and middletons lane a complete nightmare. If Horsford want more housing then put them nearer horsford not bang on the border with Hellesdon, if i wanted to live in horsford i would of chosen to do so. ITS TOO CLOSE - thats my thoughts, no one listens to residents anyway.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17222

Received: 20/11/2018

Respondent: Mr Richard Grady

Representation:

This is a large site adjacent to the Hellesdon Parish boundary. Object on the following grounds: This removes more of the green "buffer" between Hellesdon and Horsford, the site includes the safety zone for Norwich Airport, noise from the Airport, industrial site and NDR, it is remote from the village of Horsford, development will therefore put pressure on the facilities and amenities and add to the already severe traffic congestion in Hellesdon. Hellesdon Parish boundary would need to be reconsidered in the event of approval.

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This is a large site adjacent to the Hellesdon Parish boundary. Object on the following grounds: This removes more of the green "buffer" between Hellesdon and Horsford, the site includes the safety zone for Norwich Airport, noise from the Airport, industrial site and NDR, it is remote from the village of Horsford, development will therefore put pressure on the facilities and amenities and add to the already severe traffic congestion in Hellesdon. Hellesdon Parish boundary would need to be reconsidered in the event of approval.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17356

Received: 23/11/2018

Respondent: Mrs Claire Hannant

Representation:

I am concerned that the current infrastructure in Hellesdon will not cope with this number of new houses.
That the properties will be classed as Horsford parish but because the Broadland Northway runs between the houses and Horsfod the residents will use Hellesdon's facilities.
Hellesdon will lose green fields.
The close proximity of the airport is a concern.

Full text:

I am concerned about the proposal to build houses on this area of land because of the strain it will put on the roads and the facilities in Hellesdon. I understand that these houses once built will be classed as Horsford but because of the NDR Broadland Northway being between them and Horsford I cannot imagine the residents will use the facilities of their designated parish. The facilities such as doctor's surgery and schools in Hellesdon are already oversubscribed and with the development on the Royal Norwich Golf course just beginning things will not improve.
This development will mean that Hellesdon will lose even more open space. As a parish Hellesdon is sadly lacking in open green space to the extent that the parish council have to class muddy verges along the sides of some streets as green space when putting forward their future plans. Once you have built on green space you can never get it back. The wooded areas on the sides of Reepham road provide a habitat for wildlife and plants that are essential for providing oxygen and drainage.
A few years ago an application to site a burial ground on just one side of the Reepham Road was turned down as it was deemed that the road infrastructure would not be able to cope with the traffic it would generate. A housing estate will generate more traffic which will use the roads more regularly. Since the opening of the NDR Broadland Northway the Reepham road has had increased traffic follow particular at 8am and 5pm rush hour times, when it can take up to 5 minutes before you can safely cross the road by the Doctor's surgery, or join the road from Drayton Wood Road.
At present part of this land is leased to Hellesdon parish council and used as a green space, it is popular with dog walkers and families, enjoying an area where children can play ball games, learn to ride their bikes and exercise in safety. Having this space is so important when we are trying to promote a healthier lifestyle. If this area must be developed every effort should be made to protect this grassy area.
Finally the proximity of Norwich Airport is a concern. I had always believed that this area was needed as an emergency crash area for the airport. Planes certainly seem very low as the come into land across these fields. Aviation fuel pollution is not widely discussed but without a doubt living this close to where planes take off and land must have an impact. Looking at this issue from the point of view of the airport, will building houses this close to the airport prevent the airport itself expanding? If so this is a very short-sighted measure Norwich needs its airport, as the journey to London Stansted, Heathrow and Gatwick can be horrendous and the airport itself brings welcome employment.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17395

Received: 25/11/2018

Respondent: Miss Claire Hall

Representation:

I believe this would be bad for the area because all these people would want to use the same services in Hellesdon that are already stretched. The centre of Hellesdon is chaotic at times because of a lack of parking and this ends up with drivers parking unsafely. There is no room to build more parking in the parish as well. I also feel it is important to keep this as green space and countryside because Hellesdon has so little of it inside. How else can we teach our children to appreciate nature?

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I believe this would be bad for the area because all these people would want to use the same services in Hellesdon that are already stretched. The centre of Hellesdon is chaotic at times because of a lack of parking and this ends up with drivers parking unsafely. There is no room to build more parking in the parish as well. I also feel it is important to keep this as green space and countryside because Hellesdon has so little of it inside. How else can we teach our children to appreciate nature?

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17453

Received: 27/11/2018

Respondent: mrs samantha swatman

Representation:

This will be another blow to green space in Hellesdon.
This particular area is a favourite for dogs and their walkers, dogs are able to enjoy a good play and exercise without having the boundaries issues at the park at the community centre. Hellesdon services such as the doctors and schools are already stretched as it is, once the Golf courses houses are built and sold I dread to think if they'll be room at our local services. I wouldn't want live in a house directly over the Norwich Airport flight path!

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This will be another blow to green space in Hellesdon.
This particular area is a favourite for dogs and their walkers, dogs are able to enjoy a good play and exercise without having the boundaries issues at the park at the community centre. Hellesdon services such as the doctors and schools are already stretched as it is, once the Golf courses houses are built and sold I dread to think if they'll be room at our local services. I wouldn't want live in a house directly over the Norwich Airport flight path!

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17455

Received: 27/11/2018

Respondent: Mrs Kelly Cornish

Representation:

Development of this site would cause traffic problems risking children's safety at nearby schools, is in the airport safety zone and will leave no green space nearby.

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This would have major impact on traffic problems in this area and being so close to two schools, one being a first school the children's safety would be at risk especially if access was near Arden Grove. Having lived on Bush road myself for the last 15 years I have noticed the increase of noise from the airport, especially the helicopters so cannot see why anyone would want to live in the flight path? Surely this is a safety zone for a reason? The field is also well used by families & dog walkers, where would they go? The next nearest green space would be the community centre.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17748

Received: 25/11/2018

Respondent: David Shreeve

Representation:

I also oppose the proposal for more housing beyond the Hellesdon Boundary off the Reepham Road as Hellesdon is already the most congested suburb of Norwich, this being even before they have built the houses on Norwich Golf Course and the possible further development at Hellesdon Hospital.

There has been no mention of services ie doctors, dentists or High Schools. All schools are already oversubscribed and existing residents are now having to take their children outside the Hellesdon area causing further traffic on the roads and air quality can only continue to get worse.

There is very little faith within the community that any improvements will be made as promises made for Thorpe Marriott for the improvement of reads, doctors surgery and a school which have never materiaised.

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I see that the area off Heath Crescent, previous the Jarrold's Sports Ground, is on offer for housing. I am afraid I have to oppose this. Surely this should be kept for local amenities considering the lack of green spaces in this area. I understand that Hellesdon already has less than the Statutory requirement of green space, and this could be purchased for the local authority to help make up the shortfall.

I also oppose the proposal for more housing beyond the Hellesdon Boundary off the Reepham Road as Hellesdon is already the most congested suburb of Norwich, this being even before they have built the houses on Norwich Golf Course and the possible further development at Hellesdon Hospital.

There has been no mention of services ie doctors, dentists or High Schools. All schools are already oversubscribed and existing residents are now having to take their children outside the Hellesdon area causing further traffic on the roads and air quality can only continue to get worse.

There is very little faith within the community that any improvements will be made as promises made for Thorpe Marriott for the improvement of reads, doctors surgery and a school which have never materiaised.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 17774

Received: 04/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Graham Everett

Representation:

This site although in the parish of Horsford is on the boundary of the parish of Hellesdon. I have concerns about the site being in or adjacent to the airport safety zone. The cumulative detrimental effect of the submitted developments off Reepham Road on Drayton and Hellesdon is unacceptable.

Full text:

This site although in the parish of Horsford is on the boundary of the parish of Hellesdon. I have concerns about the site being in or adjacent to the airport safety zone. The cumulative detrimental effect of the submitted developments off Reepham Road on Drayton and Hellesdon is unacceptable.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18546

Received: 11/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Marshall Batch

Representation:

-Although in parish of Horsford this directly impacts Hellesdon residents Green space which is already below the National Green space average and its facilities.
-Site is in the airport safety zone, according to AAIB (Air Accidents Investigation Branch) reports there have been several incidents at or near the airport.
-Reepham Rd is a class 'C' road and as identified in NDR the only road in Hellesdon for traffic increase which the proposal further increases.
-Proposal needs to be considered in wider context and not isolation. Combined with GNLP0332R & GNLP0333 & GNLP1019 leaving No 'Green' space break between Hellesdon/Horsford/Drayon.

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-Although in parish of Horsford this directly impacts Hellesdon residents Green space which is already below the National Green space average and its facilities.
-Site is in the airport safety zone, according to AAIB (Air Accidents Investigation Branch) reports there have been several incidents at or near the airport.
-Reepham Rd is a class 'C' road and as identified in NDR the only road in Hellesdon for traffic increase which the proposal further increases.
-Proposal needs to be considered in wider context and not isolation. Combined with GNLP0332R & GNLP0333 & GNLP1019 leaving No 'Green' space break between Hellesdon/Horsford/Drayon.

Support

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18564

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: CODE Development Planners Ltd

Agent: CODE Development Planners Ltd

Representation:

The site promoter is undertaking further work to assess the impact and mitigation opportunities based on the assessment findings and is working closely with stakeholders and decision makers with requirements being met where justified for later submission.

The site located east of Reepham Road (0332R) could be allocated on its own or together with the site west of Reepham Road (0334R) if the Greater Norwich Development Partnership (GNDP) so wished.

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GNLP0332R (Land east of Reepham Road)

The GNLP Regulation 18 Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA) December 2017 undertook an initial assessment of sites submitted between 16 May 2016 and 31 July 2017. Following this a HELAA addendum was prepared for consultation between 29 October and 14 December which updates the HELAA accounting for new, revised and small sites submitted. The assessment aims to identify potential capacity for housing and employment growth across Broadland, South Norfolk and Norwich.

The HELAA utilises a red/amber/green (RAG) scoring system to measure individual constraints and impacts associated with proposed development sites. It attracts green ratings for Utilities Infrastructure, Contamination and Ground Stability, Flood Risk, Market Attractiveness and Historic Environment. However, it is noted that this site attracts amber ratings for Access, Accessibility to Services, Utilities Capacity, Significant Landscapes, Townscapes, Biodiversity and Geodiversity, Open Space and Green Infrastructure and Transport and Roads. It also attracts one red rating for Compatibility with Neighbouring Uses. The site promoter is undertaking further work to assess the impact and mitigation opportunities based on the assessment findings and is working closely with stakeholders and decision makers with requirements being met where justified for later submission.

In the case of compatibility with neighbouring uses, since the first submission, the promoters have been closely engaged with Norwich International Airport (NIA) in order to understand and masterplan around the issues raised by the site's proximity to the airport and the airport Public Safety Zone (PSZ). The outcome of this work will be the subject of further submissions and explanations.

Land located to the east and west of Reepham Road (GNLP sites 0332R and 0334R respectively) is being promoted as a single masterplan and can be developed together or individually without prejudicing the later delivery of the other. The site located east of Reepham Road (0332R) could be allocated on its own or together with the site west of Reepham Road (0334R) if the Greater Norwich Development Partnership (GNDP) so wished.

Parish comments are noted from the first HELAA consultation, these include the proposed development site being outside of the existing Hellesdon settlement area, traffic generation along Reepham and Holt Road, the distance to existing services (being contrary to the Horsford NDP) and the additional pressures introduced on existing infrastructure and amenities in Hellesdon. Concerns were also raised regarding the NIA PSZ which crosses the site and the impact of airport noise and pollution on future residents. The points raised are being given due consideration through the ongoing site promotion.

The site will extend the Hellesdon settlement boundary to the north and will provide new and enhanced access to facilities for both new and existing residents. Extensions and enhancements to greenway corridors will be provided encouraging residents and wildlife to access the wider network between Drayton, Horsford, Hellesdon and the River Wensum. The provision of Green Infrastructure corridors and open space areas constitutes a significant part of the proposed masterplan. The masterplan design will be landscape-led, resulting in these areas delivering enhancements which meet the needs and aspirations of local people. The provision of both formal and informal open space areas enhance outdoor recreation opportunities for local residents and the masterplan accounts for the airport Public Safety Zone by avoiding residential development in these areas in line with Department for Transport and Local Planning Authority requirements.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18606

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Terence Tilett

Representation:

GNLP0332R
GNLP0334R - There are three main routes through Hellesdon into Norwich City Centre. Namely Drayton Rd, Reedham Rd and Cromer Road on Drayton Rd 'Green land' has been threaten to build on golf course. When completed this will cause many traffic holds ups. If you intend to build houses (possibly 1000), This will make travelling on Reedham Rd very difficult as this road onto the boundary lights is not suitable at present and extra traffic from the 'building sites' will make matters worse.

The Cromer road is not an alternative route because this is a busy road made worse by the building of houses in eversley road and the proposed building of houses in heath crescent.

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GNLP2173 1. There are very little areas for recreational activities in the hellesdon area.
2. Recent of building in fersley road has already increase traffic on cromer road. This will increase problem.
3. Fifers lane also very busy with traffic at peak times,
4. All traffic from Cromer Road causes problems and hold ups at boundary junctions.
GNLP0332R
GNLP0334R - There are three main routes through Hellesdon into Norwich City Centre. Namely Drayton Rd, Reedham Rd and Cromer Road on Drayton Rd 'Green land' has been threaten to build on golf course. When completed this will cause many traffic holds ups. If you intend to build houses (possibly 1000), This will make travelling on Reedham Rd very difficult as this road onto the boundary lights is not suitable at present and extra traffic from the 'building sites' will make matters worse.

The Cromer road is not an alternative route because this is a busy road made worse by the building of houses in eversley road and the proposed building of houses in heath crescent.

With all these 'planned new homes'. (There are already insufficient services available in Hellesdon I.E Doctors, Schools etc.) Where are the 'new people' going to obtain these services?
If Horsford are receiving money from developers, why should Hellesdon residents be inconvenienced.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18611

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Margaret Kemp

Representation:

I am strongly aposed to anymore houses being built in Hellesdon especially on these three sites. We need to keep some green spaces. These fields are used a lot for walking dogs. I my self and my husband wlak around them to keep fit. The field is on the flight path to Norwich airport. Reepham road is very busy now 1000 homes will make it much worse. The doctors and schools will not be able to cope with these numbers.

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I am strongly aposed to anymore houses being built in Hellesdon especially on these three sites. We need to keep some green spaces. These fields are used a lot for walking dogs. I my self and my husband wlak around them to keep fit. The field is on the flight path to Norwich airport. Reepham road is very busy now 1000 homes will make it much worse. The doctors and schools will not be able to cope with these numbers.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18616

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Peter Kemp

Representation:

We are opposed to any more building taking place on or near Reepham Rd, congestion is bad now at times no mention of better roads or more facilities i.e doctors, schools etc. which a bigger population this would bring.

Full text:

We are opposed to any more building taking place on or near Reepham Rd, congestion is bad now at times no mention of better roads or more facilities i.e doctors, schools etc. which a bigger population this would bring.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18619

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Jane Woods

Representation:

I am objecting to the proposed building because both wild birds and wild mammals would lose their homes. There are skylarks and other rare birds there also hedgehogs which are under threat of extinction.

There is currently too much traffic on surrounding roads, this would increase considerably.

The local doctors surgery would not be able to cope with any more patients. We already have to wait 2-3 weeks for an appointment.

Local school could not accept hundred of extra children.

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I am objecting to the proposed building because both wild birds and wild mammals would lose their homes. There are skylarks and other rare birds there also hedgehogs which are under threat of extinction.

There is currently too much traffic on surrounding roads, this would increase considerably.

The local doctors surgery would not be able to cope with any more patients. We already have to wait 2-3 weeks for an appointment.

Local school could not accept hundred of extra children.

Response to sites GNLP 0289, 0290, 0329, 0332R, 0334R, 1019

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18626

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Kimberley Wells

Representation:

I thought that the recent planning permission for the homes on the golf course were all Hellesdon had to give in terms of land for new houses. I don't understand how any can justify the building of further houses on the prosed site. Hellesdon has always been a lovely quiet community and we are in danger of losing that with the prosed houses. The residents of Hellesdon should have some land left that isn't built on and to build on what is currently airport 'crash' land is completely ridiculous. I also don't see how the infrastructure of the roads can cope with more houses. There also haven't been any information given to residents with regards to schools, doctor's surgeries and dentists. It's difficult enough to get into Hellesdon schools without having to fight an 1000's more people for places.

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I thought that the recent planning permission for the homes on the golf course were all Hellesdon had to give in terms of land for new houses. I don't understand how any can justify the building of further houses on the prosed site. Hellesdon has always been a lovely quiet community and we are in danger of losing that with the prosed houses. The residents of Hellesdon should have some land left that isn't built on and to build on what is currently airport 'crash' land is completely ridiculous. I also don't see how the infrastructure of the roads can cope with more houses. There also haven't been any information given to residents with regards to schools, doctor's surgeries and dentists. It's difficult enough to get into Hellesdon schools without having to fight an 1000's more people for places.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18631

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Kate Ulph

Representation:

We do not feel that the plans for these areas should go ahead. With the houses been built at the old golf course Hellesdon has taken its share of housing already. Traffic in Hellesdon is already a problem and can not handle more houses and cars.

Our children go to xxxxxxx Schools and they are already over subscribed. The junior school had to put on an extra class for year 3 this year. I worry as well how the High school will cope. Its already difficult to get an appointment at the doctors surgery so there is no way they can take on the additional people these houses will bring.

We need to protect our green areas as they are important to help reduce pollution. They also give local residents areas to walk play and socialise.
Hellesdon will be a sad place if these are removed and I worry about our children's futures.

Full text:

We do not feel that the plans for these areas should go ahead. With the houses been built at the old golf course Hellesdon has taken its share of housing already. Traffic in Hellesdon is already a problem and can not handle more houses and cars.

Our children go to xxxxxxx Schools and they are already over subscribed. The junior school had to put on an extra class for year 3 this year. I worry as well how the High school will cope. Its already difficult to get an appointment at the doctors surgery so there is no way they can take on the additional people these houses will bring.

We need to protect our green areas as they are important to help reduce pollution. They also give local residents areas to walk play and socialise.
Hellesdon will be a sad place if these are removed and I worry about our children's futures.

Comments applicable to sites GNLP 0334R, 0289, 1019, 0333, 0332R and 1021

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18635

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Louise Gawne

Representation:

The proposed developments in and around Hellesdon are unreasonable and disproportionate. Having regard for the agreed development at Hellesdon Golf Course, we feel that the further proposed developments are absurd. Hellesdon doesn't have the infrastructure in place to cope with this further level of development that is proposed. I genuinely fear that the impact upon the area would be catastrophic.

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The proposed developments in and around Hellesdon are unreasonable and disproportionate. Having regard for the agreed development at Hellesdon Golf Course, we feel that the further proposed developments are absurd. Hellesdon doesn't have the infrastructure in place to cope with this further level of development that is proposed. I genuinely fear that the impact upon the area would be catastrophic.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18638

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Caroline Healy

Representation:

Hellesdon already has additional housing due to the golf course development. This will have a detrimental effect on our roads, schools and doctors which are already over used / over subscribed the future of our children is priority - extra housing isn't needed in hellesdon.

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Hellesdon already has additional housing due to the golf course development. This will have a detrimental effect on our roads, schools and doctors which are already over used / over subscribed the future of our children is priority - extra housing isn't needed in hellesdon.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18642

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Jacqueline Sanders

Representation:


GNLP0332R - Covert & Reepham Road - Are these houses being built too close to this airport.
With this amount of houses. Shouldn't we get a new hospital and doctor's surgeries new road to take increased traffic?
More police officers and ambulances and fire services.

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GNLP2173 - Heath cresent / Jarrolds site is the building of these houses the means to take away yet another recreation area.

GNLP0332R - Covert & Reepham Road - Are these houses being built too close to this airport.
With this amount of houses. Shouldn't we get a new hospital and doctor's surgeries new road to take increased traffic?
More police officers and ambulances and fire services.

GNLP0334R - west of Reepham Road
North of Doctor Surgery - with this amount of houses being built. I am concerned that it will be almost impossible to get a doctor's appointment at our local surgery. If there are no more surgeries built we need more doctors as it is. Having the golf course built on surely we have had enough building in our area. Hellesdon will not be the 2nd best place to live. It will be one of the worst.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18645

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mr John Sanders

Representation:

GNLP0332R - This area is too close to the airport runway (noise and safety). As there are 1,000 houses to be built on the golf course, pressure on roads, services and infrastructure will be enormous.

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GNLP2173 - This already seem to be a high density area

GNLP0332R - This area is too close to the airport runway (noise and safety). As there are 1,000 houses to be built on the golf course, pressure on roads, services and infrastructure will be enormous.

GNLP0334R - The problem applying to 0332R apply to this proposal. Surely this area of Norwich has fair share of development.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18649

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Christine Mayes

Representation:

GNLP0334R and GNLP0332R - I have serious concerns about the building of up to 1,000 houses combined on these two area. Firstly it would mean up to 2,000 extra vehicles using the Reepham Road which is already a very busy road and it is not suitable for such volume of traffic being only a Broad and quite narrow in places. Surely it would make more sense to site housing nearer to the new Northern Distributor Road to save more traffic coming into Hellesdon. Hellesdon already has new large housing developments underway on the old golf course, with more planned for the Hellesdon Hospital site and I feel it just cannot sustain even more. The doctor's surgery would be inadequate as it is already full to capacity, the local services, library, community centre etc. would be overwhelmed. There is very limited parking at all the local shops and it is already difficult to find a space so more cars coming in the boundary of Horsford, it is technically classed as coming in the boundary of Horsford, and it is obvious that anyone living there would use Hellesdon facilities as they are so much closer. Also these areas are directly under flight path to Norwich Airport.

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GNLP2173 - This area formerly the Jarrolds Sports Field is the only green space anywhere on the east side of Cromer Road. Families living that side have no parks/recreation areas to take their children without having to cross extremely busy major roads. This is a valuable green space that need to be kept as recreation for residents in that area.

GNLP0334R and GNLP0332R - I have serious concerns about the building of up to 1,000 houses combined on these two area. Firstly it would mean up to 2,000 extra vehicles using the Reepham Road which is already a very busy road and it is not suitable for such volume of traffic being only a Broad and quite narrow in places. Surely it would make more sense to site housing nearer to the new Northern Distributor Road to save more traffic coming into Hellesdon. Hellesdon already has new large housing developments underway on the old golf course, with more planned for the Hellesdon Hospital site and I feel it just cannot sustain even more. The doctor's surgery would be inadequate as it is already full to capacity, the local services, library, community centre etc. would be overwhelmed. There is very limited parking at all the local shops and it is already difficult to find a space so more cars coming in the boundary of Horsford, it is technically classed as coming in the boundary of Horsford, and it is obvious that anyone living there would use Hellesdon facilities as they are so much closer. Also these areas are directly under flight path to Norwich Airport.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18652

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Ms Martha Woods

Representation:

we waited a long time for this amenity. Our area is short of such places that are usable by local old / disabled people. This has been in constant use for very many years by local people, young and old. Every time someone new comes along and decided to build on it we have all this HUGE fuss. It is not available for building as it is a safety margin for the airport. For goodness sake check past records.

Please do not take these much needed and much used much appreciated facilities from us. We should be your main concern as your own people.

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we waited a long time for this amenity. Our area is short of such places that are usable by local old / disabled people. This has been in constant use for very many years by local people, young and old. Every time someone new comes along and decided to build on it we have all this HUGE fuss. It is not available for building as it is a safety margin for the airport. For goodness sake check past records.

Please do not take these much needed and much used much appreciated facilities from us. We should be your main concern as your own people.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18655

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Linda Scott

Representation:

This land is ideal for the young people of Hellesdon as there is little space at this end of Hellesdon for children to run & have fun. Also more houses more children more cars more spaces needed for schools and doctors.

This is never taken into account when building as money for houses is more important if the houses are affordable (which is good) it would mean more children and less places to play. Also all the school and doctors are full and even if you are registered seeing a doctor takes weeks

0332r - this development would clearly have problems again with traffic and the same as above

0334r - same as above.

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This land is ideal for the young people of Hellesdon as there is little space at this end of Hellesdon for children to run & have fun. Also more houses more children more cars more spaces needed for schools and doctors.

This is never taken into account when building as money for houses is more important if the houses are affordable (which is good) it would mean more children and less places to play. Also all the school and doctors are full and even if you are registered seeing a doctor takes weeks

0332r - this development would clearly have problems again with traffic and the same as above

0334r - same as above.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18659

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Scott Robert

Representation:

GNLP0332R - 600/700 Houses!! Roads? Services? Doctors? Traffic? Schools? & all on the end of a flight path / runway, god forbid, a disaster waiting to happen!!

Hellesdon is FULL!! Don't spoil it, listen to us please!!

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GNLP2173 - 50/60 more houses crammed into a piece of land with limited access - great!! You have to fight this issues grow a back bone & say NO! PLEASE

GNLP0332R - 600/700 Houses!! Roads? Services? Doctors? Traffic? Schools? & all on the end of a flight path / runway, god forbid, a disaster waiting to happen!!

Hellesdon is FULL!! Don't spoil it, listen to us please!!

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18660

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mrs Susan Ellis

Representation:

I strongly object to the proposals. The reasons being that the roads are at present grid locked at times making it extremely difficult to get our onto Reepham Road.
The medical centre / schools are at full capacity now where are all the extra people going to go!! Plus the problem of extra pollution.

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I strongly object to the proposals. The reasons being that the roads are at present grid locked at times making it extremely difficult to get our onto Reepham Road.
The medical centre / schools are at full capacity now where are all the extra people going to go!! Plus the problem of extra pollution.

We have more than enough extra houses as it is with the current building on the golf course. There is practically hardly any green space for the young children / teenagers for them to have a park / football / sports facilities. Therefore I propose that no houses are built on the mentioned site but the area should be preserved for the younger generation.

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

Representation ID: 18665

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mr Dave Ellis

Representation:


GNLP0332R - This will take up more green space and create more traffic on Reepham road which already carries lots of traffic. Also creates more air pollution and added danger to the elderly people.

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GNLP0332R - This will take up more green space and create more traffic on Reepham road which already carries lots of traffic. Also creates more air pollution and added danger to the elderly people.

GNLP0334R - Again more green space lost and more congestion on the already congested roads in this area.

GNLP2173 - Would be more beneficial as a children's play area and less congestion on the roads.