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Object

Draft Local Plan-Part 2 Site Allocations

GNLP0311/0595/2060

Representation ID: 21668

Received: 16/03/2020

Respondent: Aylsham TC

Representation:

Clarification for two entrances and confirmation that the new roundabout can meet the traffic demand that will be placed on it.
Burgh Road cannot be widened to accomodate this traffic and a school wiull generta a substanial level of additional traffic over and above the 300 houses planned.
Too high density
This site is amber for flood risk.
Too close to the A140 for a school

Full text:

This is the favoured site from the GNLP Board but Aylsham Town Council do not feel it is suitable for the development planned.
The policy indicates two entrances to the site, these will both need to be via Burgh Road. This road is a busy narrow road with no scope for widening as it heads towards the town centre. The junctions with Oakfield Road and Norwich Road will cause issues if more traffic utilises this road. Plans for a primary school on this road especially if it is a moved school will exacerbate the issues. The roundabout is still in its infancy and was not planned with this development and a school and as such there is no data on whether it could cope with the additional traffic this development would bring.
This is a higher density than other sites put forward. In view of the fact Aylsham took a larger number of houses than allocated in the last plan there should be scope for reducing the number this time.
This site is amber for flood risk.
The site is within the consultation area of a safeguarded water recycling centre. Any future development on this site will need to address the requirements of Norfolk Minerals Waste Core Strategy Policy CS16.
The close proximity to the A140 does not make this a good site for a school.
Do not understand the need for two entrances – have asked for a response from Highways but this has not been received.

Support

Draft Local Plan-Part 2 Site Allocations

AYL4

Representation ID: 21669

Received: 16/03/2020

Respondent: Aylsham TC

Representation:

The Town Council would welcome new employment to the area subject to the review of vehicular movements to the site and any emissions resulting from the business

Full text:

The Town Council would welcome new employment to the area subject to the review of vehicular movements to the site and any emissions resulting from the business

Support

Draft Local Plan-Part 2 Site Allocations

AYL3

Representation ID: 21672

Received: 16/03/2020

Respondent: Aylsham TC

Representation:

The Town Council would welcome new employment to the area subject to the review of vehicular movements to the site and any emissions resulting from the business

Full text:

The Town Council would welcome new employment to the area subject to the review of vehicular movements to the site and any emissions resulting from the business

Support

Draft Local Plan-Part 2 Site Allocations

GNLP0336

Representation ID: 21675

Received: 16/03/2020

Respondent: Aylsham TC

Representation:

Support – this site would require an additional roundabout onto the A140 and is too close to the flood plain to be considered.

Full text:

Support – this site would require an additional roundabout onto the A140 and is too close to the flood plain to be considered.

Object

Draft Local Plan-Part 2 Site Allocations

GNLP0596

Representation ID: 21678

Received: 16/03/2020

Respondent: Aylsham TC

Representation:

Object – If Aylsham is to have a further site this is the site most favoured by the Town Council. The Town Council feels that the information used by the GNLP to investigate this site was flawed. There is the opportunity for two exits – again the Town Council still have not been advised of why this is a requirement – and Norwich Road is more capable of accepting the additional traffic. The site would provide an ideal location for a transport hub as requested by the Town Council.

Full text:

Object – If Aylsham is to have a further site this is the site most favoured by the Town Council. The Town Council feels that the information used by the GNLP to investigate this site was flawed. There is the opportunity for two exits – again the Town Council still have not been advised of why this is a requirement – and Norwich Road is more capable of accepting the additional traffic. The site would provide an ideal location for a transport hub as requested by the Town Council.

Support

Draft Local Plan-Part 2 Site Allocations

GNLP0287

Representation ID: 21682

Received: 16/03/2020

Respondent: Aylsham TC

Representation:

Support – this is not a suitable site for expansion. This would put additional pressure on the existing estate roads and is an unwelcome urbanisation of the Marriots Way. Its distance from the town centre makes this unsustainable

Full text:

Support – this is not a suitable site for expansion. This would put additional pressure on the existing estate roads and is an unwelcome urbanisation of the Marriots Way. Its distance from the town centre makes this unsustainable

Support

Draft Local Plan-Part 2 Site Allocations

GNLP2059

Representation ID: 21685

Received: 16/03/2020

Respondent: Aylsham TC

Representation:

This small piece of land is not suitable for housing development. Any entrance would be too close to the roundabout with the A140. The site is also outside the natural boundary for the town.

Full text:

This small piece of land is not suitable for housing development. Any entrance would be too close to the roundabout with the A140. The site is also outside the natural boundary for the town.

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