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New, Revised and Small Sites

GNLP2131

Representation ID: 18579

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Wroxham Parish Council

Representation:

1) South of Wherry Gardens build on an existing community.
2) This site destroys vista that form the character of the village.
3) Unsustainable traffic access.

Full text:

It remains the Parishes wish that any development should be to the west of Salhouse Road and south of Wherry Gardens.
Firstly to create a more viable community for Wherry Gardens by the creation of additional public spaces, community facilities and a public crossing as part of this scheme. The Council would insist on the relocation of the existing 30mph zone on the Salhouse Road to sit outside the boundary of this proposed development. This would enhance the public realm in the southern end of the village.
Secondly as the Wroxham Neighbourhood Plan identifies (COM1 & ENV4), this area forms part of the character of the village. The vistas in this area are characteristic of the Norfolk Broads.
Thirdly any development east of Salhouse Road would create an unsustainable increase in traffic for The Avenue which is barely a single track road. See Neighbourhood Plan policy TRA1.

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New, Revised and Small Sites

GNLP2135

Representation ID: 18580

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Wroxham Parish Council

Representation:

Firstly to create a more viable community for Wherry Gardens by the creation of additional public spaces, community facilities and a public crossing as part of this scheme. The Council would insist on the relocation of the existing 30mph zone on the Salhouse Road to sit outside the boundary of this proposed development. This would enhance the public realm in the southern end of the village.
Secondly as part of the Neighbourhood Plan consultation there was strong public support for development to take place south of Wherry Gardens (pp23).

Full text:

Firstly to create a more viable community for Wherry Gardens by the creation of additional public spaces, community facilities and a public crossing as part of this scheme. The Council would insist on the relocation of the existing 30mph zone on the Salhouse Road to sit outside the boundary of this proposed development. This would enhance the public realm in the southern end of the village.
Secondly as part of the Neighbourhood Plan consultation there was strong public support for development to take place south of Wherry Gardens (pp23).

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