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GNLP2039

Representation ID: 19306

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mulbarton Parish Council

Representation:

North of Rectory Lane
We dispute the RAG assessment which we does not accurately reflect the constraints and impacts of developing this site
The unclassified roads serving the site are inadequate to serve the proposed development. Development on this site would give rise to conditions detrimental to highway safety.
Limited access to area due to single track road, which has width of 2.8 metres, has a weight limit of 7.5 T and has dwellings either side. Access to either B1113 or A140 poor and both roads running at capacity levels without the extra housing at Long Stratton, Hempnall and Swainsthorpe. See latest CPRE comments re above and particularly section 4.
If 30 per hectare, then 140 houses

Full text:

Please find attached comments from Mulbarton Parish Council on all of the proposed site allocations for the area in and around Mulbarton. We have provided comments against each of the individual sites. We disagree with the proposed site allocations and the underlying assumptions.

Our general view is in line with the comments provided by CPRE Norfolk, which you will be familiar with. Your earlier letter of 29th October 2018 stated that "growth will be carefully planned to ensure it is located in the most appropriate locations and will be supported by appropriate and timely infrastructure provision". We disagree that the proposed site allocations and individual site assessments follow this approach.

See attached file.

Attachments:

Object

New, Revised and Small Sites

GNLP2038

Representation ID: 19307

Received: 12/12/2018

Respondent: Mulbarton Parish Council

Representation:

South of Rectory Lane
We dispute the RAG assessment which we does not accurately reflect the constraints and impacts of developing this site.
The unclassified roads serving the site are inadequate to serve the proposed development. Development on this site would give rise to conditions detrimental to highway safety.
The field to the south of Rectory Lane floods in winter and the lane due to the parked car frequenting the local school and is considered a safety hazard.
No proper safe access to plot via existing single track road.
See latest CPRE comments re above and particularly section 4.
Limited access to area due to single track road, which has width of 2.8 metres, has weight limit of 7.5 T and has house either side. Access to either B1113 or A140 poor and both roads running at capacity levels without the extra housing at Long Stratton, Hempnall and Swainsthorpe
If 30 per hectare, then 440 houses

Full text:

Please find attached comments from Mulbarton Parish Council on all of the proposed site allocations for the area in and around Mulbarton. We have provided comments against each of the individual sites. We disagree with the proposed site allocations and the underlying assumptions.

Our general view is in line with the comments provided by CPRE Norfolk, which you will be familiar with. Your earlier letter of 29th October 2018 stated that "growth will be carefully planned to ensure it is located in the most appropriate locations and will be supported by appropriate and timely infrastructure provision". We disagree that the proposed site allocations and individual site assessments follow this approach.

See attached file.

Attachments:

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