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Draft Local Plan-Part 2 Site Allocations

GNLP0041

Representation ID: 20376

Received: 05/03/2020

Respondent: Wroxham Parish Council

Representation:

Wroxham Parish Council endorses the findings of the GNLP report. Such a development would be inappropriate for the current road access. Access from the site to the A1151 would cause further delays to an already over saturated route. Any road improvements would have a deleterious effect on the riverside nature of the location as it adjoins the River Bure.

Full text:

GNLP0041 20 dwellings: Wroxham Parish Council endorses the findings of the GNLP report. In addition to the financial difficulties highlighted the site is even more problematic due to dual ownership. The two owners, Wroxham Football Club which owns the land the club house is built on, and Trafford Estate which owns the bulk of the site including the pitch are unlikely to come to a joint decision on the future of the club and the site based on their recent history. Such a development would also be inappropriate for the current road access. Access from the site to the A1151 would cause further delays to an already over saturated route. Any road improvements would have a deleterious effect on the riverside nature of the location as it adjoins the River Bure.

Comment

Draft Local Plan-Part 2 Site Allocations

GNLP2131

Representation ID: 20378

Received: 05/03/2020

Respondent: Wroxham Parish Council

Representation:

Wroxham Parish Council wholeheartedly agrees with the GNLP findings that this would be an unreasonable site for development. During the consultations for the Wroxham Neighbourhood Plan in 2018 this site was overwhelmingly rejected by the people of the village. Given the current severe lack of community infrastructure in the village a further 100 homes would merely add to pressures on medical facilities, schools and recreational sites. This site borders on an Article 4 Direction Conservation Zone and its proximity to this and the Broads make it an unreasonable site for development and would risk destroying the character of the village.

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GNLP2131 - 100 Dwellings
Wroxham Parish Council wholeheartedly agrees with the GNLP findings that this would be an unreasonable site for development. During the consultations for the Wroxham Neighbourhood Plan in 2018 this site was overwhelmingly rejected by the people of the village. Given the current severe lack of community infrastructure in the village a further 100 homes would merely add to pressures on medical facilities, schools and recreational sites. It would further add pressure on roads including the A1151 which is often gridlocked during the summer months. The road junction with Salhouse Road, Preston Close and Keys Drive would also be severely compromised. Additionally this site borders on an Article 4 Direction Conservation Zone and its proximity to this and the Broads make it an unreasonable site for development and would risk destroying the very character of the village.

Comment

Draft Local Plan-Part 2 Site Allocations

GNLP2135

Representation ID: 20379

Received: 05/03/2020

Respondent: Wroxham Parish Council

Representation:

Wroxham Parish Council wholeheartedly agrees with the GNLP findings that this would be an unreasonable site for development. Given the current severe lack of community infrastructure in the village a further 100 homes would merely add to pressures on medical facilities, schools and recreational sites. It would further add pressure on roads including the A1151 which is often gridlocked during the summer months. Additionally this site is close to an Article 4 Direction Conservation Zone and its proximity to this and the Broads make it an unreasonable site for development and would risk destroying the very character of the village.

Full text:

GNLP2135 - 100 Dwellings
Wroxham Parish Council wholeheartedly agrees with the GNLP findings that this would be an unreasonable site for development. Given the current severe lack of community infrastructure in the village a further 100 homes would merely add to pressures on medical facilities, schools and recreational sites. It would further add pressure on roads including the A1151 which is often gridlocked during the summer months. Additionally this site is close to an Article 4 Direction Conservation Zone and its proximity to this and the Broads make it an unreasonable site for development and would risk destroying the very character of the village.

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