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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - Q64

Representation ID: 16155

COMMENT Paul Reeley

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 16133

COMMENT Ms. Perpetua Ratcliffe

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 16111

COMMENT Mr P. Pollard

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 16111

Representation ID: 16089

COMMENT Mrs Natalie Brook

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 16067

COMMENT Mrs J. Pollard

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 16045

COMMENT Mr Gavin Brook

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 16023

COMMENT Mr Michael Hills

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 16023

Representation ID: 16001

COMMENT Mrs Helena Knight

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 16001

Representation ID: 15979

COMMENT Mr Roger Knight

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15979

Representation ID: 15957

COMMENT Mrs J. A. Moore

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 15935

COMMENT Miss Jane Anne Moore

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 15913

COMMENT Mr John Moore

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15913

Representation ID: 15891

COMMENT Mr Dennis John Griggs

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15891

Representation ID: 15869

COMMENT Miss Hockley

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15869

Representation ID: 15847

COMMENT Mr Castle

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 15825

COMMENT Mrs Linda Rowntree

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15825

Representation ID: 15803

COMMENT Mr Carl Rowntree

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15803

Representation ID: 15781

COMMENT Miss Patricia Copeman

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15781

Representation ID: 15759

COMMENT Mr Barry Pearce

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15759

Representation ID: 15737

COMMENT Mrs Faith Marsden

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 15715

COMMENT Mrs Clare Kiely

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15715

Representation ID: 15693

COMMENT Mr Michael Kiely

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15693

Representation ID: 15671

COMMENT Mrs Patricia Maisey

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15671

Representation ID: 15649

COMMENT Mr John Maisey

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15649

Representation ID: 15627

COMMENT Mrs Dorothy Scrivener

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 15605

COMMENT Mr George Scrivener

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 15583

COMMENT Mrs Linda Dennison

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15583

Representation ID: 15561

COMMENT Mr Ralph W. Godbold

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 15539

COMMENT Mrs Blythe Smith

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 15517

COMMENT Mr Richard Smith

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15517

Representation ID: 15495

COMMENT Mrs G. P. Godbold

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 15473

COMMENT Mr. Giles Godbold

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15473

Representation ID: 15451

COMMENT Mrs Sally Hoskyns

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15451

Representation ID: 15429

COMMENT Mr George Major

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15429

Representation ID: 15407

COMMENT Mrs Audrey Cremer

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15407

Representation ID: 15385

COMMENT Ms. Cindy Hughes

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15385

Representation ID: 15363

COMMENT Mr. Anthony Wickenden

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15363

Representation ID: 15341

COMMENT Mrs Irene Wickenden

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15341

Representation ID: 15319

COMMENT Mrs Jacqueline Cordwell

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15319

Representation ID: 15297

COMMENT Mr Leslie Graham Walter Cremer

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15297

Representation ID: 15275

COMMENT Mr. D.I.O. Johnson

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15275

Representation ID: 15253

COMMENT Mrs D. Johnson

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15253

Representation ID: 15231

COMMENT Anthony & Tracy Keeble

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15231

Representation ID: 15209

COMMENT Mr. John Fensom

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15209

Representation ID: 15187

COMMENT Mr. Alan Cordwell

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15187

Representation ID: 15165

COMMENT Mrs Annette Dovell

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15165

Representation ID: 15143

COMMENT Mr. Martin Hewett

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15143

Representation ID: 15121

COMMENT Ms. Shirley Hewett

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15121

Representation ID: 15099

COMMENT Mrs. Carol Forward

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15099

Representation ID: 15077

COMMENT Mr. Grant Lloyd

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15077

Representation ID: 15055

COMMENT Mrts. Natasha Lloyd

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 15033

COMMENT Mr. John Forward

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15033

Representation ID: 15011

COMMENT Mr. Hoskyns

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 15011

Representation ID: 14989

COMMENT Miss Isabel De Minvielle Devaux

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 14989

Representation ID: 14967

COMMENT Mr. Ian East

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

More details about Rep ID: 14967

Representation ID: 14945

COMMENT Ms. Tracy East

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 14923

COMMENT Ms. Ilona Northall

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 14901

COMMENT Mr. Alex James Richard May

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 14879

COMMENT Mr. Richard John May

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 14857

COMMENT Ms. Kathryn Anne May

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 14835

COMMENT Ms. Olivia Frances Chloe May

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 14813

COMMENT Mr. Charles Hogger

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 14791

COMMENT Ms. Jo-Ann Hogger

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 14769

COMMENT Mr P. L. Ratcliffe

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 14747

COMMENT Miss Tracey Durling

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 14725

COMMENT Mrs Carol Griggs

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 13240

COMMENT Mr. Artist

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at the start, end of the school day and at lunchtime. The primary school itself has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield so any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 13197

COMMENT Taylor Wimpey represented by Boyer Planning (Mr. James Bailey)

Summary:

We consider that the key infrastructure issues in Sproughton relate to congestion on the existing highway network. We suggest that, by promoting larger sites, including land north of the A1071 (identified as SS0191, SS1024 and SS1023) for residential development, financial contributions for highways can be considered collectively to assist in addressing this issue.

As set out in the accompanying "Vision Document", the promotional strategy for Land North of the A1071 includes highways improvements, involving the potential expansion of the A1071 to reduce pressure on the A1071/London Road junction.

Council should support such developments that promote and actually seek to tackle infrastructure improvements.

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Representation ID: 12985

COMMENT Dr Jonathan Tuppen

Summary:

Education, Health Services, Highway Infrastructure, Flood Risk management and resilience.

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Representation ID: 12735

COMMENT Mr Gary Clark

Summary:

* MOST IMPORTANT FOR SPROUGHTON - transport infrastructure, school places, accessible healthcare services, enhance environmental assets, flood risk

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Representation ID: 12683

COMMENT Mr Bryan Fawcett

Summary:

KEY ISSUES FOR SPROUGHTON: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 12515

COMMENT Taylor Wimpey represented by Boyer Planning (Ms Libby Hindle)

Summary:

The key infrastructure issues in Debenham relate to flooding, secondary education capacity, car parking, and traffic congestion on the existing highway network through the village.

It is known that there are proposals for flood alleviation schemes in the area and that the site being promoted by Taylor Wimpey could contribute (directly or financially) to the Green Suffolk Project Board's Natural Flood Management (NFM) measures in the Deben catchment.

As set out in the accompanying 'Vision Document', consideration has been given to how future development on land to the north of Gracechurch Street, as well as to the north of Low Road, could provide flood alleviation measures within the development proposals, or financial contributions to new/and or soon to be constructed off-site schemes. Promoting larger development sites, such as these, enables such larger measures or financial contributions to be secured to assist in addressing these issues.

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Representation ID: 12424

COMMENT Old Newton Parish Council (Mrs Karen Price)

Summary:

Broadband is a major issue at present but is being addressed. As already mentioned there is a need for a footpath direct to the school, better parking in and around the school. Plans to extend the health provision within the locality especially with the explosion of houses in and around our neighbouring villages.

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Representation ID: 12358

COMMENT Taylor Wimpey represented by Boyer Planning (Mr. James Bailey)

Summary:

The Council should support such developments that promote and actually seek to tackle infrastructure improvements. Development of land south of Stowmarket Road, Stowupland, will help to address some of the infrastructure issues in Stowupland. Notably, any development of this site would not have any flooding impacts, and would seek to minimise any traffic impacts as well.

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Representation ID: 12088

COMMENT Great Blakenham Parish Council (Ms Janet Gobey) represented by Great Blakenham Parish Council (Ms Janet Gobey)

Summary:

Summary of infrastructure issues for Great Blakenham:
long queues of traffic during the rush hour causing gridlock, which also causes problems for emergency services needing access during rush hour
Hackney's Corner (centre of the village) - accident black spot. Improvements are needed at Hackneys Corner and access to the A14/A12
Changes to the traffic light controlled junction of the B1113 has forced all traffic to turn towards the A14.
The number of HGVs and commercial vehicles going through the village increased as they cannot access the A14/A12 from Needham Market due to restrictions at the bridge in Needham Market.
Need to consider traffic as a whole, not just at a junction level as the knock-on effect is gradual gridlock.
Regular flooding issue in parts of the parish. We insist that developments consider impacts further away than just the land they are built upon.

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Representation ID: 12020

COMMENT Endurance Estates represented by Pegasus Group (Jamie Roberts)

Summary:

In Bacton, the key infrastructure issues are those of primary school capacity and the availability of public open space and play facilities. There is a clear option available for the expansion of school places in Bacton if the level of planned development requires it, at the Middle School site. New development offers the opportunity to deliver open space to serve new and existing residents and to address existing shortfalls. In the case of land north of Church Road, Bacton, this could include a Local Equipped Area for Play, a kickabout area, and informal open space.

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Representation ID: 12003

COMMENT Endurance Estates represented by Pegasus Group (Jamie Roberts)

Summary:

In Elmswell, the key infrastructure issues are highways capacity and primary school capacity. Any further expansion in Elmswell is likely to require the provision of a new primary school. This is something which could be incorporated into a site-specific allocation (for example, by including a requirement to set-aside and transfer land for a school). Land east of Eastern Way is large enough for this to be achievable on-site.

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Representation ID: 11873

COMMENT Mrs Julie Clark

Summary:

KEY ISSUES FOR SPROUGHTON: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 11716

COMMENT Lady Valerie Hart

Summary:

Traffic congestion due to the inadequate road structures and the requirement in Sudbury to cross Ballingdon Bridge.
Traffic frequently tails back from the bridge to the top of Ballingdon Hill causing delays.
HGV vehicles using B1115 which is a narrow road where there have been fatal road traffic accidents.
Need for new permanent school buildings rather than temporary porta-cabins.
General lack of investment in infrastructure required when planning permissions are granted.
The need for SI06 provision of green open spaces and community woodland in particular, the green buffer zone.

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Representation ID: 11566

COMMENT Annette Powell

Summary:

KEY ISSUES FOR SPROUGHTON: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 11464

COMMENT Stour & Orwell Society (Ms Emma Proctor King)

Summary:

For the Shotley Peninsula, this is the ancient country lanes, which are simply not adequate for modern traffic flows. This problem is compounded by the very limited number of options for vehicular traffic driving onto or off the Peninsula. The priority is to avoid further loading on these overused roads and to provide safe cycling and pedestrian options, both for local people and for the many thousands of recreational visitors to the Peninsula.

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Representation ID: 11443

COMMENT Greenways Countryside Project Partnership (Mr. James Baker)

Summary:

In the parishes around the edge of Ipswich, green infrastructure is vital to maintaining wildlife habitat and a high quality of life for residents. The Ipswich Local Plan has a 'green rim' principle, effectively seeking to create a strong green buffer for wildlife and public recreational use, around the edge of the town. This concept also serves to maintain a strategic gap between Ipswich and surrounding settlements, which seems to be strongly supported by local people. Mirroring this concept in Babergh and Mid-Suffolk would be very effective and show a true joined-up approach, with tangible benefits to ecological networks, wildlife habitats and species, local health and wellbeing and the wider landscape.

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Representation ID: 11375

COMMENT Sproughton Playing Field (Damian Lavington)

Summary:

o Key issues for Sproughton: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 11143

COMMENT Rattlesden Parish Council (Mr Doug Reed)

Summary:

A key issue is broadband coverage and speed which are very variable across Rattlesden.

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Representation ID: 11074

COMMENT Stowmarket Town Council (Ms Michelle Marshall)

Summary:

Stowmarket Town Council believes that the key infrastructure issues in the town are transport links and the provision of healthcare services.

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Representation ID: 10952

COMMENT Mrs Carol Marshall

Summary:

KEY ISSUES FOR SPROUGHTON - highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 10834

COMMENT Mendlesham Parish Council (Mrs Sharon Jones )

Summary:

Local roads; public transport and provision of affordable housing
Provision for health and education.

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Representation ID: 10750

COMMENT Ms Caroline Powell

Summary:

KEY ISSUES FOR SPROUGHTON: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk
KEY ISSUES FOR FUTURE: education, public transport, highways, health, water, waste, energy, telecoms, leisure and environmental
KEY FOR GROWTH: Ipswich northern route, A12/A14 improvements, A1071/B1113 commuter routes improvement and mitigation of effects on community, rail upgrades, flood management, recycling provision, Broadband improvements, school places & accessible healthcare (need specific policy).

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Representation ID: 10678

COMMENT Mrs LP Wheatley

Summary:

Qu.64-68 - For large developments proposed around Sproughton and in the Babergh area the provision of infrastructure will be very difficult and in some cases impossible.

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Representation ID: 10486

COMMENT Mr Joe Lavington

Summary:

o Key issues for Sproughton: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 10444

COMMENT Wendy Lavington

Summary:

Key issues for Sproughton: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 10374

COMMENT Taylor Wimpey represented by Boyer Planning (Kate Kerrigan)

Summary:

The Council should support such developments that promote and actually seek to tackle infrastructure improvements.

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Representation ID: 10025

COMMENT Charlotte Lavington

Summary:


o Key issues for Sproughton: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 9904

COMMENT Mr Frank Lawrenson

Summary:

Traffic around the school site in Great Waldingfield is already at dangerous levels at start, end of the school day and lunchtime. The Primary School has capacity for only 30 more children so will not cater for large scale development and has no further room to extend. Cars from the Cromwell Field estate are parked on the main road and adjacent roads. Sewerage has been a problem on the new estate and much additional housing will exacerbate this. There is limited employment in Great Waldingfield, any major development will only add to traffic and pollution problems as people drive to local towns.

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Representation ID: 9875

COMMENT Stowupland Parish Council (Claire Pizzey)

Summary:

Healthcare, education provision, transport (especially public transport, cycle routes and safe and convenient pedestrian access), natural green space, formal play space.

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Representation ID: 9758

COMMENT Miss R P Baillon

Summary:

Debenham need for adequate: medical facilities, school places, parking facilities, maintenance of streams throughout the village, research and development with regards to flooding and maintenance of the highways and byroads.

Control of huge vehicles passing through the village and control of speed through the village

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Representation ID: 9664

COMMENT Mr Chris Marshall

Summary:

KEY ISSUES FOR SPROUGHTON - highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 9604

COMMENT Mrs Mel Seager

Summary:

KEY ISSUES FOR SPROUGHTON are: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk
KEY ISSUES FOR FUTURE are: education, public transport, highways, health, water, waste, energy, telecoms, leisure and environmental
KEY FOR GROWTH are: Ipswich northern route, A12/A14 improvements, A1071/B1113 commuter routes improvement and mitigation of effects on community, rail upgrades, flood management, recycling provision, Broadband improvements, school places & accessible healthcare.

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Representation ID: 9572

COMMENT Cllr John Hinton

Summary:

Road Links are at capacity and not understood by the authorities
Health provision is shaky as it is in most areas, dentistry is overloaded, school bus trips are long distance further adding to road congestion.
The Fire service works well across the county border. Ambulance service is good mainly due to the proximity to the trunk routes, but access to hospital out patients is not practical by public transport so again relies on the car. The larger local surgery when constructed was supposed to supply some outpatient services in the locality but it never has.
Local employment is limited.

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Representation ID: 9468

COMMENT Bacton Parish Council (mrs tina newell)

Summary:

In addition to education, the Bacton Parish Plan 2010 identified the need for improved footpaths and safe cycle routes connecting key sites within the village, better parking facilities at the health centre and shop, improved sport and leisure facilities, children's play equipment and a larger village hall with adequate parking.

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Representation ID: 9394

COMMENT Beyton Parish Council (Ms Adele Pope)

Summary:

The key infrastructure issues in our community are transport, communications, water and drainage and power.

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Representation ID: 9329

COMMENT J W Baldwin Farms represented by Pegasus Group (Mr Robert Barber)

Summary:

There is sufficient highways infrastructure in Eye to support my client's proposed Phase II site along with the site, located to the east, which has been approved for residential development (subject to the completion of the s106) (LPA Ref: 3563/15).

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Representation ID: 9272

COMMENT Elmsett Parish Council (Andrea Newman)

Summary:

With respect to infrastructure we consider all categories on page 65 are important but our sub-standard road access in particular is problematic and we believe telecommunications and Foul sewerage are stretched or at capacity

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Representation ID: 9213

COMMENT Mr Ken Seager

Summary:

KEY ISSUES FOR SPROUGHTON are: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 9116

COMMENT Ms Judith Roberts

Summary:

Transport: With future development in the adjoining villages traffic accessing the A14 will affect the volume of traffic through the village. Thought should be given to how this will be managed and the impact to the environment and quality of life to the residents of Beyton.
Communications: Broadband speeds and mobile phone service could be improved. In certain areas of the village neither is reliable.
Water and Drainage: There is an issue of flooding in the village.

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Representation ID: 9072

COMMENT Onehouse Parish Council (Mrs Peggy Fuller)

Summary:

Transport, lack of access to public transport and suitable roads to ensure safety with new development being considered.

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Representation ID: 8927

COMMENT Simon Bell

Summary:

Better public transport services. Broadband.

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Representation ID: 8887

COMMENT Mr Simon Pearce

Summary:

The B1456 through our village is a ngihtmare and set to become worse with increase in traffic levels proposed. You can't even have a conversation in a front garden! The words are eaten by the noise of traffic. The infrastructure for this proposed growth just isn't there.

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Representation ID: 8851

COMMENT Mr Philip Schofield

Summary:

Resolution of the health centre's and school's future as both will need to expand or move given the anticipated population increase in the village

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Representation ID: 8674

COMMENT Redlingfield parish meeting (Ms Janet Norman-Philips)

Summary:

Broadband

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Representation ID: 8665

COMMENT Mr Peter Powell

Summary:

Education, Health Services, Highway Infrastructure, Flood Risk management and resilience,

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Representation ID: 8540

COMMENT Sproughton Parish Council (Mrs Susan Frankis)

Summary:

Key issues for Sproughton are transport, highways, traffic related impacts, education, health and flood risk.

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Representation ID: 8416

COMMENT Acton Parish Council (Mr Paul MacLachlan)

Summary:

The Council has concerns about the capacity of local roads to accommodate significant increases in traffic, poor peak time bus services, unreliable electricity supplies, poor drainage, limited internet capacity and a lack of teenage recreational facilities.
The Parish Council has made a separate submission on this issue (see attachments).

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Representation ID: 8345

COMMENT Botesdale & Rickinghall CAP Group (Mr. William Sargeant)

Summary:

The lack of development sites in the years since the determination of the settlement boundary in the 1998 Local Plan, has restricted development to small clusters of infill on a scale which has not generated funding for infrastructure development. This has resulted in the Health Centre provisions falling below the national requirement. The sewage, drainage and water systems have not been developed to support the increase in demand. The scale of developments, outside the previous settlement boundary, proposed by current planning applications indicates that, significant infrastructure development is required to mitigate the impact.

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Representation ID: 8343

COMMENT Ms Lesley Paris

Summary:

Highways - A1088 through Norton is very dangerous with illegal large lorries making use of it as a shortcut. Roads around the primary school area very congested at peak times - yellow lines are needed to restrict dropping off & parking.
School is at capacity and is on a very small site - no space on-site to expand school if significant housing was allocated or granted. Small infill will keep the school viable.
Only 50% of village has high-speed Broadband - some businesses suffer because of the slow download speed.

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Representation ID: 8242

COMMENT Tattingstone Parish Council (mrs Jane Connell-Smith)

Summary:

The key infrastructure issues in our community are access to medical facilities; these are only accessible by private transport.
With increased development in neighbouring Suffolk villages and in adjacent Essex towns of Manningtree, Lawford and Mistley, the amount of traffic on the A137 is much increased, especially on the occasions when A12 or A14 are closed. Serious thought must be given to safety on this important trunk road through the village.

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Representation ID: 8216

COMMENT Mr David Watts

Summary:

Roads, parking, better more GPs to cut waiting times for appointments

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Representation ID: 8100

COMMENT Roger Brand

Summary:

Key Issue: Traffic Flow. Vehicles passing through Beyton is a major concern. Westbound traffic leaving the A14 at J46 for Thurston all has to drive past our village green. Development in Thurston will make matters much worse. Traffic leaving Thurston for Bury St Eds needs a better route than exists at present and should be discouraged from travelling through Beyton. Traffic heading east or west from villages south of Beyton (Hessett, Felsham etc) have little choice than to use Church Road or Quaker Lane, neither of which are suitable for any increase in volume.

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Representation ID: 7988

COMMENT Dr Ian Russell

Summary:

Recognition that the proposed Sudbury Western Relief Road must be replaced by another option. Identification of routes for missing roads and definition of an alternative scheme (e.g. revival of the original plan to build a bridge over the Stour to the south of Great Cornard). A Sudbury Area Roads Plan, outline urgently required. Roads to take traffic out of the town and allow the centre of Sudbury to be a pedestrian area. Roads to support the communities of Great Cornard, Great Waldingfield and Chilton Woods. Provision for roads to support future development to the east. See attachment for details.

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Representation ID: 7866

OBJECT Mr Simon Wood

Summary:

Sproughton: Highways infrastructure.
Any additional houses being built will have a significant impact upon the villages road network.
Education. Schools already oversubscribed.
Healthcare. GP surgery oversubscribed.
Green space. Green spaces provided must be usable.

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Representation ID: 7789

COMMENT Mr John Ambrose

Summary:

On the Shotley Peninsular roads need to be improved before any further development, only this week there was another accident at the Freston crossroads which is becoming more frequent. Any further increase in homes in all the villages on the peninsular would see a rise in traffic on and off the peninsular which a proportionate rise in accidents.

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Representation ID: 7707

COMMENT Mx Miles Row

Summary:

Rail Network upgrades, flood management and alleviation, schools, healthcare, Regal Cinema upgrade as well as other leisure provision, public footpaths and cycle routes connectivity in and around Stowmarket, parking in Stowmarket.

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Representation ID: 7691

COMMENT Chilton Parish Council (Mr Dave Crimmin)

Summary:

* Traffic congestion due to the inadequate road structures and the requirement in Sudbury to cross Ballingdon Bridge.
* Traffic frequently tails back from the bridge to the top of Ballingdon Hill causing delays.
* HGV vehicles using B1115 which is a narrow road where there have been fatal road traffic accidents.
* Need for new permanent school buildings rather than temporary porta-cabins.
* General lack of investment in infrastructure required when planning permissions are granted
* The need for S106 provision of green open spaces and community woodland in particular, the green buffer zone.

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Representation ID: 7623

COMMENT Mrs Annette Brennand

Summary:

Education / Health services / Roads / Flooding and drainage.

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Representation ID: 7553

COMMENT Dr DAVID Brennand

Summary:

Education / Health services / Roads / Flooding and drainage.

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Representation ID: 7535

COMMENT Dr John Caesar

Summary:

Traffic congestion and road safety, lack of sustainable transport use, parking, overstretched services e.g. healthcare, and flooding.

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Representation ID: 7494

COMMENT Ms Sharon Maxwell

Summary:

Education, Health, Public transport, Flood risk management.

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Representation ID: 7447

COMMENT Mrs Jill Girling

Summary:

1. Roads - The A12/A14 junction needs SIGNIFICANT improvement/re-design, with due thought given to the surrounding roads feeding to it. Pathways and pedestrian crossings to link 'both sides' of the village of Copdock and Washbrook..
2. Education and Healthcare provision to be addressed before any development.
3. Water runoff/drainage to be addressed before any development.

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Representation ID: 7433

COMMENT Mr Mark Blackwell

Summary:

Washbrook - school, public transport, congested road network and road safety. Many rural roads are not suitable for increased use, and are often unsafe for pedestrians, including when walking to a school

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Representation ID: 7387

COMMENT Denham Parish Council (Sarah Foote)

Summary:

Denham Parish Council wishes priority to be given to roads, broadband, housing. health and education.

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Representation ID: 7352

COMMENT Great Waldingfield PC (Mr Cecil Allard)

Summary:

Transport links, amenities, employment and utilities e.g. drainage etc

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Representation ID: 7264

COMMENT Mr Bernard Rushton

Summary:

See response to Q64

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Representation ID: 7262

COMMENT Mr Bernard Rushton

Summary:

Insufficient parking provision on the Cromwell Fields development.
A Primary School almost at capacity with little/no room for further expansion
Water treatment facilities at/above capacity
Limited local employment prospects, meaning that new residents (unless retirees) will need to travel - thus adding to traffic and pollution problems

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Representation ID: 7261

COMMENT Mickfield Parish Council (Mike Heyhoe)

Summary:

Provision of adequate schools, GP's and medical centres, dentists, pharmacies, shops/post office and public transport in those villages around Mickfield eg Debenham where future development may take place together with improved roads to handle the increased volumes of traffic

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Representation ID: 7164

COMMENT Thurston Parish Council (Mrs Victoria Waples)

Summary:

Need a comprehensive Infrastructure Development Plan - there is none for Thurston - good practise dictates that this would cover rail, road, health, communal facilities; limked routeways.

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Representation ID: 7058

COMMENT Mrs Tania Farrow

Summary:

Primary and secondary school capacity in the light of existing need and planned development

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Representation ID: 6933

COMMENT Mrs Linda Rushton

Summary:

Great Waldingfield has no main roads or railway. The school is full. The sewage plant is at capacity. The shop is tiny. There are few sports facilities.

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Representation ID: 6760

COMMENT Mr Alan Lewis

Summary:

Key issues are Transport, Communications, Water and Power

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Representation ID: 6747

COMMENT Yaxley Parish Council (Mr Philip Freeman)

Summary:

Local schools are already full in this area. Pupils are unable to find places locally when they move into the area and may need to be home schooled. Schools must be increased before new housing is built. Health centres are already struggling to cope with the number of people locally.

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Representation ID: 6586

COMMENT Freston Parish Council (Ms Elizabeth Aldous)

Summary:

Transport
* The B1456 is a road under pressure.
* Freston crossroads are currently considered unsafe. The bus shelter at the junction has been demolished three times in the last ten years.

Healthcare
An increase in population of 2000+ on the Shotley peninsula will put a strain on the two doctor's surgeries; one located at Shotley the other at Holbrook. Where would it be most appropriate to expand/build? This would be best decided on a whole peninsula basis.

Communications
In Freston there is a poor mobile phone signal and people have to rely on landlines.
The broadband is very poor

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Representation ID: 6487

COMMENT Stowmarket Society (Mr Michael Smith)

Summary:

We believe that opportunities continue to be lost to enhance movement around the community. New through roads could have been provided as part of strategic housing development e.g. Finborough Road to Chilton Way, Old Newton Road to Stowupland Road, as well as a strategic cycle link into Stowmarket East Employment area from Needham Road. We feel that growth is happening incrementally without a clear overview. Developers will resist these requirements, but only because they think they can. We accept that some clear aspirational advice from Government on achieving good quality development in expanding towns would be helpful.

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Representation ID: 6473

COMMENT Ms Carole Newman

Summary:

Broadband speed. According to the Services and Facilities matrix Mendham scores '2' for having superfast broadband up to 75Mbs. This is not so in Withersdale Street where speeds are rarely above 1.5 Mbs.

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Representation ID: 6468

COMMENT Ms Carole Newman

Summary:

Reduction of road traffic. The B1123 through Withersdale Street is inappropriate for the amount of HGVs that it carries.

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Representation ID: 6463

COMMENT Barham Parish Council (Mrs Joanne Culley)

Summary:

Roads, water, sewerage, public services

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Representation ID: 6418

COMMENT Mrs Rhona Jermyn

Summary:

KEY ISSUES FOR SPROUGHTON: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk.
The Photos show the typical traffic congestion on Burstall lane. It takes 20 mins to travel 400m. The Wildman junction cannot sustain any further increase in traffic.

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Representation ID: 6318

COMMENT Mr Simon Williams

Summary:

For Wyverstone -
1)Public Transport
2)Superfast Broadband for outlying properties
3) Transport to school/college at 16+
4)Sport/Liesure facilities

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Representation ID: 6174

COMMENT Neil Fuller

Summary:

KEY ISSUES FOR SPROUGHTON: highway / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 6146

COMMENT Mr Carroll Reeve

Summary:

Infrastructure provision includes; facilities for elderly residents, a new Primary school, and additional vehicle parking. Utility service providers and Suffolk CC must engage with these and also maintain what they have now.
Assisted living is now very much on central governments agenda and this needs to be recognised.

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Representation ID: 6072

COMMENT Suffolk Housing Society represented by Ingleton Wood LLP (Miss Nicol Perryman)

Summary:

On behalf of Suffolk Housing Society, we wish to comment directly on the key infrastructure issues relating to the village of Thurston.

Across the Plan period, the evidence base has identified that Thurston will require further residential development. More specifically, there is an acute need to provide development in order to meet the specific housing needs of the ageing population.

However, the village is currently facing infrastructure issues in respect of transport and education provision due to a recent level of proposed cumulative development. These issues associated with transport and education are outlined in our detailed response attached.

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Representation ID: 6030

COMMENT KBB (Keep Bildeston Beautiful) (John Beales)

Summary:

In Bildeston, traffic, parking, general lack of local transport and a Doctors Surgery running above capacity.

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Representation ID: 6025

COMMENT Little Waldingfield Parish Council (Mr Andy Sheppard)

Summary:

LWPC believes that in regard to Little Waldingfield, improvements are needed in the following areas:
- Sewerage system;
- Public transport; and
- Utilities, particularly Mains Gas and Mobile reception.

LWPC also believes there is a significant negative impact on Little Waldingfield as a result of heavy traffic through the village.

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Representation ID: 5940

COMMENT Little Cornard Parish Council (Mr Dave Crimmin)

Summary:

New Bypass for Sudbury.

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Representation ID: 5898

COMMENT Mrs Nicky Willshere

Summary:

Transport, lack of access to public transport and suitable roads to ensure safety with new development being considered

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Representation ID: 5788

SUPPORT Long Melford Parish Council (Mr Robert Wiliams)

Summary:

That infrastructure provision should keep pace with housing development. Long Melford has seen 195 dwellings committed, mostly under construction, without any additional infrastructure capacity.

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Representation ID: 5692

COMMENT Mr Graham Moxon

Summary:

In the area of Copdock & Washbrook village the Copdock A12 / A14 junction is woefully inadequate. At morning and evening rush hour the junction is queued back causing traffic to use the Old London Road and Swan Hill as an alternative. The lanes and roads in this area are unable to cope with the traffic volumes. There should be no further significant development in these areas until the infrastructure issues are resolved.

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Representation ID: 5648

COMMENT Pinewood Parish Council (Mrs Sandra Peartree)

Summary:

Transport (road and rail) and health provisions.

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Representation ID: 5592

COMMENT Mrs Louise Carman

Summary:

The key infrastructure issue in Copdock and Washbrook is the road and transport systems that are already inadequate and very quickly become gridlocked particularly when there are issues on the A12 or A14

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Representation ID: 5478

COMMENT Mrs Louise Baldry

Summary:

For Sproughton:

-Education
-Health services
-Highway infrastructure - desperate currently, will need significant investment to cope with developments. This is unlikely and housing without infrastructure is not viable. No infrastructure improvement should prohibit further development.
-Flood risk management and resilience
-Leisure and green space

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Representation ID: 5403

COMMENT Mr Paul Rogers

Summary:

Highest priority is the B1456 which urgently requires adequate upgrades to junctions, proper measures against speeding (speed bumps are desperately required in Woolverstone), average speed cameras, footpaths along the entire road and cycle lanes.

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Representation ID: 5337

OBJECT Mr Jeremy Doncaster

Summary:

For Sproughton:
Key issues for Sproughton:highway / transport, education, health and flood risk
Key issues for future: education, public transport, highways, health, water, waste, energy, telecoms, leisure and environmental
Highway will need significant investment to cope with developments. This is unlikely to happen at the same time and housing without infrastructure in place is not viable.
Without infrastructure improvement there should be a planning clause to prohibit further development.

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Representation ID: 5233

COMMENT Mr Stephen Fisher

Summary:

At present, there is a limited but expensive bus service in Beyton, at a minimum this needs to be maintained. If proposed development occurs in the adjoining villages the bus service needs to be sustainable and affordable.
Broadband speeds and mobile phone service must be improved. In certain areas of the village neither is reliable.
Power: Interruptions to the electric power are far too frequent.If the Council cannot insist on the power suppliers keeping existing homes and businesses powered the situation must be improved and not worsen before additional dwellings are built.

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Representation ID: 5150

COMMENT Stradbroke Parish Council (Odile Wladon)

Summary:

Infrastructure includes:

* Education at all levels
* Health inc preventative care
* Transport and parking
* Water and Drainage
* Energy inc renewables
* Communications inc broadband provision
* Leisure and green space.

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Representation ID: 5070

COMMENT Mr Iain Maxwell

Summary:

Highways - A1088 is still being used by illegal vehicles without licence, e.g. large container lorries. These are very dangerous on a narrow road with narrow footpaths.

Primary School - on very small site for its capacity. In a cup-de-sac hence sever traffic congestion at peak times.

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Representation ID: 5032

COMMENT Brantham Parish Council (Mrs Sarah Keys)

Summary:

Highways, Local Infrastructure.

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Representation ID: 4973

COMMENT Nedging with Naughton Parish Council (Miss LYNN ALLUM)

Summary:

Public transport, Education and Health provision.

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Representation ID: 4812

COMMENT Woolverstone Parish Council (Mr Simon Pearce)

Summary:

B1456. Transport. Healthcare. Power (Electricity), Communications. Buses. The Shotley Peninsula does not have the infrastructure to support a further 900 houses and associated needs.

More details about Rep ID: 4812

Representation ID: 4739

COMMENT Lavenham Parish Council (Carroll Reeve)

Summary:

Lavenham:

Key Infrastructure provision includes; facilities for elderly residents, a new Primary school, and additional vehicle parking. Utility service providers and Suffolk CC must engage with these and also maintain what they have now.

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Representation ID: 4723

COMMENT Holton St Mary Parish Council (Ms Dorothy Steeds )

Summary:

Poor or inappropriate roads and public transport.

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Representation ID: 4685

COMMENT Barking Parish Council (Mrs Rosemary Cochrane)

Summary:

Transport and Health

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Representation ID: 4678

COMMENT Mr Graham Jones

Summary:

With future development in Thurston the volume will increase significantly, the present road system in Beyton will be unable to cope. Thought should be given to how this will be managed and the impact to Safety, Health and Environment and the general quality of life of Beyton residents.

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Representation ID: 4545

COMMENT Kersey Parish Council (Mrs Sarah Partridge)

Summary:

The key infrastructure issues in our local community are fast broadband speeds, poor mobile telephone connectivity, lack of public transport and the need to underground utilities such as telephone and electricity cables to protect heritage assets.

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Representation ID: 4536

COMMENT Mrs Sheila Hurdwell

Summary:

To reduce or eliminate through traffic (rat running between the A143 and A1066 or avoiding the congested A1066 through Diss) from Palgrave.

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Representation ID: 4258

COMMENT Frederick Cooke

Summary:

Developments without planned road improvements.

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Representation ID: 4170

OBJECT Mr Jonathan Gear

Summary:

Of Copdock and Washbrook. Much of the road network surrounding the proposed development is single track lane without footpath, increasing traffic to these areas by way of additional housing is dangerous to life. Access to A12 north and south bound is already over capacity around the villages. Adding housing and commercial units to this area will add to the traffic problems and again be dangerous to life.

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Representation ID: 4119

COMMENT Mr John Bellwood

Summary:

For Sproughton:

-Education
-Health services
-Highway infrastructure - desperate currently, will need significant investment to cope with developments. This is unlikely and housing without infrastructure is not viable. No infrastructure improvement should prohibit further development.
-Flood risk management and resilience

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Representation ID: 4089

COMMENT Mr Vic Durrant

Summary:

Sproughton:
highway infrastructure / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 4066

COMMENT West Suffolk (Mrs Amy Wright)

Summary:

As well as strategic growth impacts on the A14, it will be important to consider the cumulative highways impacts of additional growth on the local road network and A14 junctions peak hour traffic movements into and out of Bury St Edmunds and the following strategic routes which pass through the borough:
* A143 Great Yarmouth to Bury St Edmunds;
* A134 Sudbury to Bury St Edmunds;
* A1092 Haverhill to the A134

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Representation ID: 4040

COMMENT Mrs Elizabeth Schmitt

Summary:

Drinkstone
The provision of satisfactory broadband speeds throughout the whole village
Improved sewage and surface water drainage before any new development is approved
Expansion of the doctors surgery at Woolpit

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Representation ID: 3884

COMMENT Mrs Rosemary Blackburn

Summary:

The B1456 is already overloaded and cannot support more traffic through Woolverstone.

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Representation ID: 3848

COMMENT Mrs June Durrant

Summary:

Sproughton:
highway infrastructure / transport, education, health and flood risk

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Representation ID: 3715

COMMENT Mr Neil Lister

Summary:

Previous infrastructure allocated, enforced/allowed without minimising impact/mitigation. Roads cannot cope. More/larger roads not the answer in this locality. Rail infrastructure to move freight off A14/A12. Infrastructure for electric vehicles. 'A' road infrastructure with appalling lack of foresight has brought:

Air pollution that shortens lives
Traffic misery
Noise
Visual intrusion (including ignoring aesthetics)
Severed Public Rights of Way

No Ipswich Northern Route means more misery for us.

New/existing powerlines MUST go underground.

Development built with hard standing/impermeable surfaces, adding to flooding/pollution. Infrastructure built without adequate drainage (or if drainage does not work, no remedy enforced i.e. rail bridge, Sproughton Road).

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Representation ID: 3617

COMMENT Mrs Rosemary Blackburn

Summary:

Any further development on the Peninsula will place a further burden on the poor and overburdened road network.
Current medical provision is stretched

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Representation ID: 3534

COMMENT Fressingfield Parish Council (Mr Alexander Day)

Summary:

Not surprisingly the Parish Council drew attention to highways, schools, healthcare, public transport, flooding and surface water management, utilities (Broadband) and to a lesser extent local amenities. One area of concern not addressed at any point in the Local Plan is the approach taken to protection and security, notably policing and the fire service and, with the growth of the population in certain areas of the county, greater communication and a joined up approach to these services is essential.

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Representation ID: 3503

COMMENT Mr John Kitson

Summary:

Sproughton
‒ Education ‒ Highway infrastructure
‒ Health services ‒ Flood risk management and resilience

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Representation ID: 3310

COMMENT Drinkstone Parish Council (Mrs Daphne Youngs)

Summary:

Inadequate broadband, with no certainty of the timing of upgrade across the parish. Inadequate sewage. Poor quality roads, narrow, winding, unlit with many blind bends and junctions.

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Representation ID: 3132

OBJECT Mr Adrian Ward

Summary:

Copdock and Washbrook are essentially rural villages with narrow lanes that are not capable of supporting the kind of large scale development that is being suggested without SIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT in road / pathway improvements. The old London Rd and Swan Hill are gridlocked daily in the morning as people use this route into Ipswich. Another 600 homes full of people working in Ipswich will escalate this to an unsustainable level with consequent damage to the local environment.

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Representation ID: 3069

COMMENT Mrs Ann Reeve

Summary:

In Thurston I consider education and health provision to be of high priority but equally narrow roads cannot be expected to deal with any more traffic and unsafe pedestrian access to the westbound platform needs to be dealt with before any new development is occupied.

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Representation ID: 3051

COMMENT Mr Peter Sutters

Summary:

Key issues
1) The Old London Road in Copdock & Washbrook is designated as a C road. At peak times despite inadequacies it is used as an alternative to queuing for the Copdock Interchange, and Swan Hill can rapidly become a traffic bottleneck.
2) There is no Doctors surgery or Dentist in Copdock & Washbrook - just a vets.
3) Primary school is oversubscribed.
4) Electrical supply relies on wooden poles and has not been updated for years,
5) Bus service is sparse.
6) Water & drainage - suited for a village not large scale development.
7) Poor broadband.

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Representation ID: 3023

COMMENT Wortham & Burgate Parish Council (mrs Netty Verkroost)

Summary:

Provision of sufficient places in Primary and Secondary Schools.
Ensure the provision of adequate health services and public transport.

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Representation ID: 2979

COMMENT Mr Graham Shorrock

Summary:

Both roads and public transport.
If electric vehicles are to become common as required by goverment all new developements both commercial and housing must have electric charging points for all vehicles.
Telecommunications particularly high speed broadband.

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Representation ID: 2972

COMMENT Diss & District Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (Ms Deborah Sarson)

Summary:

Divert through traffic away from A1066 through Diss to A143 and A140 and prevent rat-running/short-cuts through settlements;

Deliver pre-school and primary school provision including expanded primary provision in Palgrave;

Introduce secondary/further education, training and skills provision to match needs of local employers;

Improve current local heathcare provision;

Work closely with Norfolk & Suffolk county councils and agencies to develop proposals.

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Representation ID: 2792

COMMENT Felsham Parish Council (Mrs Paula Gladwell)

Summary:

Proper sewage provision for any new development. Improved transport links both public and quality of road maintenance. Internet/mobile connectivity

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Representation ID: 2737

COMMENT Wetherden Parish COuncil (Mrs Sonia Jewers)

Summary:

Through traffic should be diverted away from the narrow roads of Wetherden and Elmswell along the old A45. An on /off junction should be created, as designed and costed in approx.2010. This protects pedestrians, historic houses and roads designed for low volume, light traffic. This is particularly pertinent given the huge increase in proposed industrial sites along the old A45 and the heavy and polluting traffic those will generate.

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Representation ID: 2673

COMMENT Cockfield Parish Council (Mr Doug Reed)

Summary:

Cockfield Parish Council supports improved broadband coverage and access speed which are currently extremely variable across the village; also, provision of the Sudbury south west bypass for improved transport links.

More details about Rep ID: 2673

Representation ID: 2585

COMMENT Mr Terry Corner

Summary:

Road network. Daily congestion at Whights Corner, Copdock, Swan Hill, Beagle Roundabout, Hadleigh Road Junction and Hadleigh Road.Ranalegh Road junction.

Would advocate re opening final stretch of London Road, alongside Hill Top Farm and pushing a roud through to come out above Swan Hill freeing two road junctions.

Provide slip road between Beagle Roundabout to Hadleigh Road junction to facilitate traffic leaving Sproughton

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Representation ID: 2515

COMMENT Mr Richard Mayes

Summary:

Roads. They are already struggling to cope with the volume of traffic with the current levels of development. Any future development will need a substantial increase in road capacity.

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Representation ID: 2504

COMMENT Mr Brian HUNT

Summary:

For Sproughton issues , highways, transport, flood risk, education, health and sewage.

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Representation ID: 2434

COMMENT Preston St Mary Parish Council (Nicola Smith)

Summary:

Roads and the maintenance of them to a rural hamlet. Access in neighbouring core villages to a GP, shops, pharmacy.

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Representation ID: 2310

COMMENT Chelmondiston PC (Mrs Rosie Kirkup)

Summary:

Public transport

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Representation ID: 2259

COMMENT Battisford Parish Council (Mr Chris Knock)

Summary:

Transport and education

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Representation ID: 2150

COMMENT Capel St Mary Parish Council (Mrs Julie Lawes)

Summary:

Roads and Traffic Flow
Parking at the village centre, verges, footpaths
Public Transport availability
Healthcare provision / Doctors Surgery
Leisure Provision and Public Open Spaces
Trunk roads, eg Copdock Mill Interchange

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Representation ID: 1960

COMMENT Palgrave Parish Council (Sarah Foote)

Summary:

As per the response to Q5, to reduce or eliminate through traffic (rat running between the A143 and A1066 or avoiding the congested A1066 through Diss) from the centre of Palgrave and to deliver expanded provision for primary education away from the existing constrained site.
The Diss & District Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group will work with both County Councils to bring forward specific proposals.

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Representation ID: 1863

COMMENT Debenham Parish Council (Mr Richard Blackwell)

Summary:

The road infrastructure is woefully inadequate for the volumes of traffic now being seen. On road parking makes the situation worse as vehicles try and negotiate parked cars and sharp bends in the roads. Lorries have great difficulty sometimes when vehicles are parked thoughtlessly.

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Representation ID: 1787

COMMENT Mr Richard Blackwell

Summary:

The road infrastructure is woefully inadequate for the volumes of traffic now being seen. On road parking makes the situation worse as vehicles try and negotiate parked cars and sharp bends in the roads. Lorries have great difficulty sometimes when vehicles are parked thoughtlessly.

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Representation ID: 1681

COMMENT Hoxne Parish Council (Mrs Sara Foote)

Summary:

The building and maintenance of roads is a priority.

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Representation ID: 1601

COMMENT Mr Alf Hannan

Summary:

Road safety - road crossings; potholes (fill them in!); Footpaths and cycle ways - properly surfaced and maintained; Public transport - more services and more frequent; Education facilities - modern buildings with sufficient recreational space inside and out; External recreational facilities - including social venues for the young and the elderly; High speed broadband.

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Representation ID: 1600

COMMENT Mr Alf Hannan

Summary:

Road safety, road crossings, public transport, education facilities, recreational facilities, high speed broadband.

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Representation ID: 1365

COMMENT Haughley Parish Council (Alf Hannan)

Summary:

Road safety, road crossings, public transport, education facilities, recreational facilities, high speed broadband.

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Representation ID: 1303

COMMENT Mrs Diana Chapman

Summary:

The most achievable infrastructure issue for Long Thurlow is high speed broadband. Other services such as education, health and retail provision are appicable only in the "higher order "settlements. However, I would support improvements in public transport services, ie. a bus to Bury, Stowmarket or at least Elmswell to link with the excellent rail services to these towns. Sadly this is highly unlikely in the current economic and political climate.

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Representation ID: 1282

COMMENT Raydon Parish Council (Mrs Jane Cryer)

Summary:

Public Transport THROUGHOUT THE DAY to Ipswich, Hadleigh and Colchester for work, shopping, Doctors, Dentists and Hospitals.

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Representation ID: 1172

COMMENT Great Ashfield PC (arthur peake)

Summary:

Broadband for employment, especially working from home.Suffolk's 2mb minimum standard is just not enough.
Transport to link communities, we have no daily rural bus network.This includes access to health facilities, particularly the GP.
Although not listed access to retail shops is a problem for some village people.

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Representation ID: 1059

COMMENT Mr Roy Barker

Summary:

roads , water, schools doctors shops employment and good broadband

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Representation ID: 923

OBJECT Mr. Nick Miller for Sudbury Green Belt Group

Summary:

Some key issues for Sudbury area are barely hinted at in the Infrastructure section, despite statement that "This should include strategic policies to deliver: ......the provision of health, security, community and cultural infrastructure and other local facilities". In the Sudbury area, building infill is now so complete that short of demolition, there is no space left for badly needed amenities such as a replacement rollerboard park.

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Representation ID: 833

COMMENT Supporters Against Fressingfield Expansion (SAFE) (Dr John Castro)

Summary:

In Fressingfield we suffer from floods; raw sewage on the highways and in gardens; poor roads; few footpaths; poor transport links; one bus a week; high accident rates. With possible developments in the pipeline our surgery and school will be oversubscribed.

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Representation ID: 682

COMMENT Redgrave Parish Council (Mr John Giddings)

Summary:

Traffic,
broadband
Water/ sewerage
Public transport

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Representation ID: 600

COMMENT Mr & Mrs Mockford

Summary:

Inadequate public transport and road infrastructure, means that the infrastructure around and in Drinkstone will not be able to cope with any increase in road traffic. The village also currently does not have any local amenities and therefore this must be fully recognised by the council and taken into due consideration, prior to allowing any increase in housing stock in the village.

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Representation ID: 376

COMMENT Ronald Newley

Summary:

I have been in touch with the school in Glemsford and they haven't any places for children and are completely full. People moving into the new build houses are having to take there children to a different village, an extra 160 house will cause no end of problems for the village people. As you will also be aware the doctors are having trouble coping with extra work as it is.

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Representation ID: 371

COMMENT Mrs Jane Neal

Summary:

There is need for a school in Blakenham.
Parking is a huge problem.
There's little room for anymore intake of children now, without any future population increase.
The surgery is underfunded and too small to cope with further patients.
The road network is ridiculously congested already.
Surely a mini roundabout on the B1113 at the junction with Stowmarket Road could be installed to save all movements to and from the Bramford direction?
Public transport has been massively reduced.
The area covering Claydon, Barham and Blakenham has more than met its share of development, yet received barely any new infrastructure.

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Representation ID: 368

COMMENT John Brownfield

Summary:

Reduction of road traffic. The road through Withersdale Street (B1123) is totally inappropriate for the amount of HGVs that it carries.

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Representation ID: 367

COMMENT John Brownfield

Summary:

Improvements to broadband speed: In the Services and Facilities Matrix, Mendham scores "2" for having superfast broadband up to 75Mbs. Unfortunately this is not the case in Withersdale Street where speeds rarely get above 1.5Mbs.

More details about Rep ID: 367

Representation ID: 359

COMMENT Mrs Jane Neal

Summary:

There is need for a school in Blakenham.
Parking is a huge problem.
There's little room for anymore intake of children now.
The surgery is underfunded and too small to cope with further patients.
The road network is ridiculously congested already.
Surely a mini roundabout on the B1113 could at least be installed to save all movements to and from the Bramford direction?

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Representation ID: 322

COMMENT Mr Simon Barrett

Summary:

The main issue is Transport

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Representation ID: 236

COMMENT Mr D C Warren

Summary:

Local needs in Long Melford are for improved and larger Surgery, more schools, better road infrastructure which alleviates density of traffic through village

More details about Rep ID: 236

Representation ID: 157

COMMENT Ms Sue Prentice

Summary:

Eye being the main- link between Suffolk & Norfolk County Towns, with its tourist-traffic, industrial traffic and current working commuters, the A140 is already experiencing overload. Additional exit-and-entry needs would require at least one, and potentially two, roundabouts to accommodate firstly construction, and then commuter, traffic.

What are the proposals and provision for 24-hr A&E access, emergency provision, accessible healthcare, schooling, public-transport, employment, etc.?

The required basic services of potable-mains-water, gas, electricity, telecom communications and non-flood-risk drainage will, of course, already be on the Agenda.

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Representation ID: 137

COMMENT Mrs Sara Knight

Summary:

The Sudbury Western Relief Road Project plus increasing the provision for care of the elderly.

More details about Rep ID: 137

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