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New, Revised and Small Sites

GNLPSL2001

Representation ID: 19376

Received: 14/12/2018

Respondent: Starston Parish Council

Representation:

The Parish Council support this proposed new small settlement boundary. The majority of attendees at the Neighbourhood Plan first public consultation event on the 17th November 2018 support a small amount of new housing development in Starston. This view is in line with the published Starston Parish Plan 2008.

Full text:

The Parish Council support this proposed new small settlement boundary. The majority of attendees at the Neighbourhood Plan first public consultation event on the 17th November 2018 support a small amount of new housing development in Starston. This view is in line with the published Starston Parish Plan 2008.

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New, Revised and Small Sites

GNLP2115

Representation ID: 19401

Received: 14/12/2018

Respondent: Starston Parish Council

Representation:

The PC oppose this proposed development site inline with the strong views expressed at the Neighbourhood Plan consultation event 17/11/18 (nearly 20% residents attended), and in the Parish Plan 2008 (95% resident response rate), that Starston remains separate to Harleston.
Residents don't want Starston to become absorbed into Harleston as a result of large scale housing development between the two currently distinct communities.
At the first GNLP consultation in March 2018, Starston PC requested that the land between Harleston and Starston was identified as a "Strategic Gap", to ensure that Starston didn't become a suburb of Harleston in the future.

Full text:

The Parish Council oppose this proposed development site.
This position is in line with the strong view expressed at the Neighbourhood Plan consultation event on 17th November 2018 (nearly 20% residents attended), and in the Parish Plan 2008 (95% resident response rate), that Starston remains separate to Harleston. For detailed comments, see "Environment & Landscape" page 4 of the Results & Analysis from the Parish Workshop, available in the Neighbourhood Plan section of Starston Village website.
Residents do not want Starston to become absorbed into Harleston as a result of large scale housing development between the two currently distinct communities.

It should be noted that in the first GNLP consultation in March 2018, Starston Parish Council requested that the land between Harleston and Starston was identified as a "Strategic Gap", to ensure that Starston did not become a suburb of Harleston in the future.

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