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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - SS0711 - Land east of Loraine Way

Representation ID: 13257

OBJECT Sproughton Parish Council (Mrs Susan Frankis)

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
*Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
*'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 13257

Representation ID: 13015

OBJECT Dr Jonathan Tuppen

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development

More details about Rep ID: 13015

Representation ID: 12782

OBJECT Mr Gary Clark

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 12782

Representation ID: 12725

OBJECT Mr Bryan Fawcett

Summary:

In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 12725

Representation ID: 12635

OBJECT Mr Alastair Powell

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 12635

Representation ID: 11904

OBJECT Mrs Julie Clark

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 11904

Representation ID: 11862

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Heather & Michael Earey

Summary:

SS0711: Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
*Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
*'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 11862

Representation ID: 11578

OBJECT Annette Powell

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 11578

Representation ID: 11394

OBJECT Sproughton Playing Field (Damian Lavington)

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 11394

Representation ID: 11139

OBJECT Peter Warren

Summary:

Object - this site is not suitable for development! The site assessment summary already identifies requiring further investigation on highways, biodiversity and SLA issues and heritage assets (listed building). Additional obstacles include education and health services and coalescence between Bramford and Sproughton, putting at risk both community's identity. The infrastructure requirements would also cause a heavy financial burden. Maintenance of a River Gipping corridor, appropriate drainage impact must also remain a primary consideration.

More details about Rep ID: 11139

Representation ID: 10975

OBJECT Mrs Carol Marshall

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 10975

Representation ID: 10782

OBJECT Ms Caroline Powell

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 10782

Representation ID: 10705

OBJECT Mrs LP Wheatley

Summary:

If developed would spoil the countryside between the two villages and is disproportionate in size

More details about Rep ID: 10705

Representation ID: 10579

SUPPORT Hopkins Homes Ltd represented by Armstrong Rigg Planning (Mr Geoff Armstrong)

Summary:

Our Client's site to the east of Bramford Road, Sproughton represents a unique and compelling opportunity to deliver a sensitively designed residential development adjacent to one of Babergh's most sustainable Core Villages.

In terms of highways impact, we are pleased to confirm that safe vehicular access into the site can be provided from Bramford Road with additional pedestrian and cycle links to be provided into the site from Lower Street and Bramford Road.

Initial ecological surveys demonstrate the land is of limited ecological value. It in not considered that the delivery of the site would have any form of significant visual impact. Site does not envelope a listed building as stated in the assessment.

More details about Rep ID: 10579

Representation ID: 10472

OBJECT Mr Joe Lavington

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 10472

Representation ID: 10457

OBJECT Wendy Lavington

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 10457

Representation ID: 10039

OBJECT Charlotte Lavington

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 10039

Representation ID: 9943

OBJECT Ms Helen Davies

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
further investigation needed in the site assessment summary highways, cordon sanitare and A14 noise, historic and environmental impacts - all of which are reasons for NOT permitting development on the scale indicated, if at all. Consideration should also be given to:
The setting and the views into and from Chantry Vale
Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley)
Topography of the proposed site and water courses / drainage
Provision of schools and health services
The 'creeping coalescence' between Ipswich town and Sproughton village

More details about Rep ID: 9943

Representation ID: 9679

OBJECT Mr Chris Marshall

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 9679

Representation ID: 9615

OBJECT Mrs Annette Brennand

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
further investigation required in site summary - highways, environmental and heritage impacts.
Should also consider
- maintain a green corridor along River Gipping
- creeping "coalescence" between Ipswich town and Sproughton village

More details about Rep ID: 9615

Representation ID: 9161

OBJECT Wendy Shorrock

Summary:

site not appropriate for development due to:
Creeping coalescence between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 9161

Representation ID: 9031

OBJECT Mr Daniel lord-vince

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.
This would spoil the environmental and heritage of the village, especially as the site is next to the Tithe barn/village hall which is the hub of the community. The increase in traffic to the small road infrastructure would be challenging.
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 9031

Representation ID: 8919

OBJECT Mrs Hannah Lord-Vince

Summary:

In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton, its important to local residents to maintain village identity and geographical settlement boundaries with green land in between.

More details about Rep ID: 8919

Representation ID: 8802

OBJECT Mrs Janet Flatman

Summary:

Land totally unsuitable for development due to flooding and the environmental destruction of the beautiful River Gipping and surrounding area. Brings Sproughton nearer to Bramford and thereby increases the chance of Sproughton losing it's identity as a village.

No infrastructure.

Increasing traffic in a village which is not designed for such a massive volume.

More details about Rep ID: 8802

Representation ID: 7233

OBJECT Tessa Earey

Summary:

Land unsuitable for development due to;
Environmental impact on the River Gipping valley and encroachment into the green belt along the river.
Erodes the open space which divides the villages of Sproughton and Bramford and impacts on their separate identities.
Infrastructure - local roads will not support a significant increase in local traffic, local schools cannot accommodate additional children, sewerage system cannot deal with additional waste

More details about Rep ID: 7233

Representation ID: 6615

OBJECT Mrs Rhona Jermyn

Summary:

SS0711: Site not appropriate for development.
In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 6615

Representation ID: 6241

OBJECT Neil Fuller

Summary:

Site not appropriate for development.

In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary (highways, environmental and heritage), additional key considerations include:

* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 6241

Representation ID: 4399

OBJECT Mrs Stella Blackwell

Summary:

Sproughton's road infrastructure cannot support this development. 100 yards from this site is the 'High Street' section of the B1113. Parked cars along its length make for a slow passage at the best of times. In rush hour, north-bound queues often back up to the Beagle Roundabout (which, itself has problems exacerbated by more housing). Add to this an increased volume of traffic passing through the Wild Man junction, where pollution and noise levels are already high.

Heading into Ipswich along the Sproughton Road is no better, with queues along the length of the Bramford Road.

More details about Rep ID: 4399

Representation ID: 4065

OBJECT Mr Vic Durrant

Summary:

In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary, additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 4065

Representation ID: 3877

OBJECT Mrs June Durrant

Summary:

In addition to those matters identified as requiring further investigation in the site assessment summary, additional key considerations include:
* Maintaining a green corridor along the route of the River Gipping (i.e. the Gipping Valley) and the views to and from the river-side walks that would be impacted by the proposed site
* 'Creeping coalescence' between Bramford and Sproughton.

More details about Rep ID: 3877

Representation ID: 3809

OBJECT Mr John Rhodes

Summary:

If the development is permitted it will be the start of the amalgamation of the village of Sproughton with Bramford when all parishioners wish to keep the two villages and their identity separate.
The parishioners of both villages overwhelmingly objected to development taking place outside of Parish Boundary and Green Belt.

More details about Rep ID: 3809

Representation ID: 2343

OBJECT Mr Albert Horn

Summary:

Parish Plan states the need for a break Sproughton & Bramford and the need to maintain the view across the village towards the church spire from the B1113 - the only view of its type in the village from the roads. Development of SS0121 along the B1113 would join us up with Sproughton, especially if you consider the sites SS0711 and SS0223, which would extend Sproughton along the same road towards us in the opposite direction. Historically Runcton was a separate hamlet between Sproughton and Bramford and I feel that it should provide a 'windbreak' on development along the B1113 in either direction.

More details about Rep ID: 2343

Representation ID: 2273

OBJECT Mrs Sandra HUNT

Summary:

I understand that this area is currently a specialised landscaped area and securing high quality green infrastructure in and around the neighbourhood is important . This local green space should be protected for current and future generations. IT contributes to the quality of life and wellbeing for local walkers and people passing by between the two villages of Sproughton and Bramford.This area of land is well managed and cared for and not waste land.Before any further development takes place serious attention should be given to local infrastructure including roads, schools and health centres.

More details about Rep ID: 2273

Representation ID: 704

OBJECT Martyn Levett

Summary:

Landscape Guidance 2015 at pages 53 and 84 states key objectives to ensure the sense of separation between Sproughton and Bramford, and acknowledges as a characteristic the spatial relationship of the landscape to the valley floor, which means that any change and or development would be visually significant. At page 55 the Key Characteristics of Valley sides makes a significant contribution to the specific local character of the village. This also includes the valley of lower Gipping from Sproughton upstream. From elevated locations within this landscape character substantial views are obtained.

More details about Rep ID: 704

Representation ID: 97

OBJECT Mr Brian HUNT

Summary:

Dangerous access, although this is within a 30mph area, traffic is still traveling too fast.Local roads , schools and sewage would not be able to cope with more development of this proportion. I understood from previous correspondence with babergh that this land was classified as a Special Landscaped Area and that no development would be allowed unless it had support of national government.Also this land is east of Bramford Rd Sproughton and not Loraine Way which I understand is Bramford?(confusing many residents).Before any development the village requires a doctor's surgery extension to school and better public transport.

More details about Rep ID: 97

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