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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - Q77

Representation ID: 13252

OBJECT Sproughton Parish Council (Mrs Susan Frankis)

Summary:

No. A determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 13205

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

Summary:

We agree that the threshold of 10 well related dwellings is appropriate for identifying settlement boundaries within the Districts. These boundaries however must be realistically drawn to ensure that growth can be accommodated within these settlements and that the settlement can expand where there is sufficient land and opportunity. Flexibility must also be given to sites that are adjacent or abut settlement boundaries. These sites are essential in contributing to housing land supply as well as the longevity and sustainable growth of these areas.

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Representation ID: 13006

OBJECT Dr Jonathan Tuppen

Summary:

No. A determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 12774

OBJECT Mr Gary Clark

Summary:

* I also feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 12718

OBJECT Mr Bryan Fawcett

Summary:

The determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 12628

OBJECT Mr Alastair Powell

Summary:

* We also feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 12528

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

Summary:

We agree that the threshold of 10 well related dwellings is appropriate for identifying settlement boundaries within the Districts. These boundaries however must be realistically drawn to ensure that growth can be accommodated within these settlements and that the settlement can expand where there is sufficient land and opportunity. Flexibility must also be given to sites that are adjacent or abut settlement boundaries. These sites are essential in contributing to housing land supply as well as the longevity and sustainable growth of these areas.

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Representation ID: 12442

SUPPORT Old Newton Parish Council (Mrs Karen Price)

Summary:

Yes

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Representation ID: 12437

SUPPORT Old Newton Parish Council (Mrs Karen Price)

Summary:

Yes

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Representation ID: 12371

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

Summary:

We agree that the threshold of 10 well related dwellings is appropriate for identifying settlement boundaries within the Districts. These boundaries however must be realistically drawn to ensure that growth can be accommodated within these settlements and that the settlement can expand where there is sufficient land and opportunity. Flexibility must also be given to sites that are adjacent or abut settlement boundaries. These sites are essential in contributing to housing land supply as well as the longevity and sustainable growth of these areas.

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Representation ID: 12275

COMMENT R G Williams Ltd represented by Gardner Planning (Mr Geoff Gardner)

Summary:

This seems a huge exercise to 'control development' at hundreds of small
'settlements' when a criteria/pragmatic approach would be simpler and more efficient.

More details about Rep ID: 12275

Representation ID: 12045

SUPPORT Bloor Homes Eastern (Mr Gary Duncan) represented by JB Planning Associates (Mr Nicholas Ward)

Summary:

A threshold of ten or more additional dwellings appears to be an appropriate trigger
for the purposes of redefining settlement boundaries and would align with the
housing delivery options, all of which seek to direct some additional development to
the Core and Hinterland villages.

More details about Rep ID: 12045

Representation ID: 11891

OBJECT Mrs Julie Clark

Summary:

* I also feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

More details about Rep ID: 11891

Representation ID: 11647

SUPPORT Bloor Homes Eastern represented by JB Planning Associates (Mr Nicholas Ward)

Summary:

A threshold of ten or more additional dwellings appears to be an appropriate trigger for the purposes of redefining settlement boundaries and would align with the housing delivery options, all of which seek to direct some additional development to the Core and Hinterland villages.

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Representation ID: 11598

SUPPORT Mr & Mrs N Britnell represented by JB Planning Associates (Mr Nicholas Ward)

Summary:

A threshold of ten or more additional dwellings appears to be an appropriate trigger
for the purposes of redefining settlement boundaries and would align with the
housing delivery options, all of which seek to direct some additional development to
the Core and Hinterland villages.

More details about Rep ID: 11598

Representation ID: 11572

OBJECT Annette Powell

Summary:

* We also feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

More details about Rep ID: 11572

Representation ID: 11471

SUPPORT Stour & Orwell Society (Ms Emma Proctor King)

Summary:

SOS supports this, but see comments above regarding hamlets in AONB.

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Representation ID: 11382

OBJECT Sproughton Playing Field (Damian Lavington)

Summary:

* I also feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

More details about Rep ID: 11382

Representation ID: 11149

SUPPORT Rattlesden Parish Council (Mr Doug Reed)

Summary:

The threshold of 10 well-related settlements for identifying settlement boundaries seems reasonable.

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Representation ID: 10857

SUPPORT Mendlesham Parish Council (Mrs Sharon Jones )

Summary:

Yes

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Representation ID: 10699

OBJECT Mrs LP Wheatley

Summary:

No - the proposed new settlement boundaries are not appropriate as they appear to be a tool for allowing further houses to be built where none are needed.

More details about Rep ID: 10699

Representation ID: 10450

OBJECT Wendy Lavington

Summary:

* I also feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 10386

SUPPORT Taylor Wimpey represented by Boyer Planning (Kate Kerrigan)

Summary:

We agree that the threshold of 10 well related dwellings is appropriate for identifying settlement boundaries within the Districts. These boundaries however must be realistically drawn to ensure that growth can be accommodated within these settlements and that the settlement can expand where there is sufficient land and opportunity. Flexibility must also be given to sites that are adjacent or abut settlement boundaries. These sites are essential in contributing to housing land supply as well as the longevity and sustainable growth of these areas.

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Representation ID: 10032

OBJECT Charlotte Lavington

Summary:

* I feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

More details about Rep ID: 10032

Representation ID: 9884

OBJECT Stowupland Parish Council (Claire Pizzey)

Summary:

We question the need to identify settlement boundaries for groups of dwellings of ten or more. Is it needed to protect the countryside from development? Option RG2 would appear to cover hamlets and clusters within a policy - what are the merits of identifying 'clusters' of 10 or more? If it isn't named as a hamlet should development be allowed in unsustainable locations in the countryside? Or infilling in hamlets can be set out in a policy.

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Representation ID: 9771

SUPPORT Miss R P Baillon

Summary:

This seems reasonable.

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Representation ID: 9674

OBJECT Mr Chris Marshall

Summary:

* Extensions to a settlement boundary are inappropriate if existing permissions have not been delivered.
* I also feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 9585

COMMENT Cllr John Hinton

Summary:

The threshold of 10 is arbiter but a defined level is necessary. The problem with the abolishing of the PPG "hamlets" is that it relies on "well related dwellings" - which in rural areas does not mean much. They can be "well related" - in sight of each other- but miles apart!

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Representation ID: 9481

SUPPORT Bacton Parish Council (mrs tina newell)

Summary:

Yes

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Representation ID: 9398

SUPPORT Beyton Parish Council (Ms Adele Pope)

Summary:

The Parish Council is of the view that the current threshold of 10 buildings fronting an adequate public highway with sufficient capacity is appropriate. This is in line with BND1

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Representation ID: 9228

OBJECT Mr Ken Seager

Summary:

I also feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 9098

COMMENT Onehouse Parish Council (Mrs Peggy Fuller)

Summary:

Case by case required especially when looking at the overspill of large development areas and the impact this has on adjacent communities.

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Representation ID: 8984

OBJECT Mr Peter Powell

Summary:

A determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 8895

COMMENT Mr Philip Schofield

Summary:

I understand the designation of a settlement boundary effectively means the categorisation of such areas as "viable for development", as the principle of development will become established. As such, these newly-identified (>=10 well-related dwellings) areas would be subject to targeted expansion to meet required quotas/take their share. I would therefore prefer to see enhanced justifications/checks and balances for their expansion, as in such sensitive areas small change could have significant effect

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Representation ID: 8838

OBJECT Portland Planning (Gillian Davidson)

Summary:

Arbitrary threshold. Does not relate to sustainability or otherwise of a site. Current settlement hierarchy takes account of sustainability. Proposed identification of hamlet boundaries over-engineers the situation to enable infilling with 1 or 2 dwellings. Such infilling would already be policy compliant if it were in a sustainable location.

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Representation ID: 8717

OBJECT Redlingfield parish meeting (Ms Janet Norman-Philips)

Summary:

Too prescriptive

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Representation ID: 8455

SUPPORT Acton Parish Council (Mr Paul MacLachlan)

Summary:

Yes

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Representation ID: 8383

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

Summary:

It appears to be acceptable, but may need to be interpreted with some freedom for particular small communities.

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Representation ID: 8328

SUPPORT Mr C Partridge

Summary:

Yes

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Representation ID: 7999

OBJECT Ms Helen Davies

Summary:

No. A determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 7984

OBJECT Ms Helen Davies

Summary:

No. A determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

More details about Rep ID: 7984

Representation ID: 7842

OBJECT Mr John Foster

Summary:

This is an artificial designation and unhelpful. The type, character and heritage aspects of the settlement should be taken into account without a numerical cut off point. The nature of the settlement and the services it has, or that could be introduced with appropriate development, should be considered, along with community preference.

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Representation ID: 7822

COMMENT Mr J Rapley

Summary:

As a general policy ten well related dwellings are an appropriate cluster for defining a development boundary.

It is important that where individual dwellings are permitted restrictions are included in the approval to prevent a creeping expansion of the development. this has happened in this village and is to be deplored.

More details about Rep ID: 7822

Representation ID: 7633

OBJECT Mrs Annette Brennand

Summary:

A determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of community is also important.

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Representation ID: 7571

OBJECT Dr DAVID Brennand

Summary:

A determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of community is also important.

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Representation ID: 7541

OBJECT Ms Sharon Maxwell

Summary:

No. The existence of community is important.

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Representation ID: 7430

COMMENT Denham Parish Council (Sarah Foote)

Summary:

Denham Parish Council feels the criteria should not be based on the number of houses but the infrastructure in the area to support the development.

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Representation ID: 7400

COMMENT Great Waldingfield PC (Mr Cecil Allard)

Summary:

. If development size appropriate to settlement identity and infrastructure.

More details about Rep ID: 7400

Representation ID: 7296

COMMENT Mr Bernard Rushton

Summary:

No. There are areas where less that 10 houses that could be construed as a settlement, particularly in rural parts

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Representation ID: 7203

SUPPORT Thurston Parish Council (Mrs Victoria Waples)

Summary:

This is supported provided that this policy is not used to split communities or create new communities from within an existing settlement area.

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Representation ID: 7137

COMMENT Mrs Tania Farrow

Summary:

This should not be the only requirement and would depend on the locality

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Representation ID: 6907

COMMENT Mrs Linda Rushton

Summary:

The Conservation Area of Great Waldingfield has its own distinct character as the immediate surroundings of Great Waldingfield Church. Sites SS0247 and SS0194 would adversely affect this and remove the separation from modern Great Waldingfield closer to Sudbury.

More details about Rep ID: 6907

Representation ID: 6874

COMMENT mrs elizabeth clarke

Summary:

The threshold that has been set for Lawshall of 10 dwellings, or any other number, in the seven designated sites is not generally appropriate.
The village would support settlements that do not destroy the character of the village if there are no more than 5 dwellings in a settlement.

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Representation ID: 6779

SUPPORT Mr Alan Lewis

Summary:

This seems an appropriate number

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Representation ID: 6775

COMMENT Freston Parish Council (Ms Elizabeth Aldous)

Summary:

Yes probably

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Representation ID: 6493

OBJECT Mrs Rhona Jermyn

Summary:

We also feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

More details about Rep ID: 6493

Representation ID: 6368

COMMENT Mr Simon Williams

Summary:

There needs to be a better definition of what this actually means. How large a gap needs to exist between clusters of dwellings for them to be considered seperate settlements. Are 2 groups of 9 houses with a 50m gap between them 1 settlement requiring a boundary (and providing a possible infill site) or 2 settlements not requiring a boundary with no development allowed?

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Representation ID: 6207

OBJECT Neil Fuller

Summary:

* We also feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

More details about Rep ID: 6207

Representation ID: 6124

SUPPORT Little Waldingfield Parish Council (Mr Andy Sheppard)

Summary:

LWPC believes yes

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Representation ID: 5966

OBJECT Little Cornard Parish Council (Mr Dave Crimmin)

Summary:

This threshold is too low. A figure of 25 would be more appropriate.

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Representation ID: 5923

OBJECT Mrs Nicky Willshere

Summary:

Case by case required especially when looking at the overspill of large development areas and the impact this has on adjacent communities.

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Representation ID: 5672

COMMENT Pinewood Parish Council (Mrs Sandra Peartree)

Summary:

Yes agree

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Representation ID: 5518

OBJECT Mrs Louise Baldry

Summary:

We feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important and must not be overlooked

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Representation ID: 5081

SUPPORT Mr Graham Jones

Summary:

The current threshold of 10 dwellings fronting an adequate public highway with sufficient capacity is appropriate. This is inline with BND1

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Representation ID: 5050

COMMENT Brantham Parish Council (Mrs Sarah Keys)

Summary:

Yes, as an arbitrary number.

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Representation ID: 4863

SUPPORT Barking Parish Council (Mrs Rosemary Cochrane)

Summary:

support

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Representation ID: 4837

COMMENT Woolverstone Parish Council (Mr Simon Pearce)

Summary:

Yes, probably.

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Representation ID: 4810

COMMENT Holton St Mary Parish Council (Ms Dorothy Steeds )

Summary:

Yes however windfall development should be restricted.

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Representation ID: 4776

SUPPORT Lavenham Parish Council (Carroll Reeve)

Summary:

Yes

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Representation ID: 4574

COMMENT Kersey Parish Council (Mrs Sarah Partridge)

Summary:

Yes, the threshold of 10 well related dwellings is appropriate for identifying settlement boundaries.

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Representation ID: 4194

OBJECT Mrs Jackie Ward

Summary:

Question the need to identify settlement boundaries for groups of dwellings of ten or more. Is it needed to protect the countryside from development? Option RG2 would appear to cover hamlets and clusters within a policy - what are the merits of identifying 'clusters' of 10 or more? If it isn't named as a hamlet should development be allowed in unsustainable locations in the countryside? Or infilling in hamlets can be set out in a policy.

More details about Rep ID: 4194

Representation ID: 4167

OBJECT Mr John Bellwood

Summary:

No. A determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

More details about Rep ID: 4167

Representation ID: 4074

OBJECT Mr Vic Durrant

Summary:

We feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important and must not be overlooked

More details about Rep ID: 4074

Representation ID: 3868

OBJECT Mrs June Durrant

Summary:

We feel that the determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important and must not be overlooked

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Representation ID: 3728

OBJECT Mr Neil Lister

Summary:

Determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. Setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

More details about Rep ID: 3728

Representation ID: 3560

COMMENT Fressingfield Parish Council (Mr Alexander Day)

Summary:

The definition of a hamlet as detailed on page 42 seems reasonable and, as such, the Parish Council would accept the BND1 option as described.

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Representation ID: 3520

OBJECT Mr John Kitson

Summary:

No. A determination of settlement on the basis purely of numbers is over-simplistic. The setting and historical purpose of any collection of houses is important; for example, a collection of farm workers cottages located in the countryside should not necessarily establish a basis for a larger settlement. The existence of 'community' is also important.

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Representation ID: 3357

SUPPORT Lindsey Parish Council (Victoria Waples)

Summary:

This is supported where there are more than 10 well-related dwellings fronting a public highway and the community has its own distinct characteristic.

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Representation ID: 3309

SUPPORT Braiseworth Hall Farms Limited represented by Evolution Town Planning (Mr David Barker)

Summary:

The threshold is considered appropriate and the approach is welcomed to
encourage appropriate growth in the smaller settlements which previously have not
had a settlement boundary. Each settlement boundary should be carefully assessed
to enable sufficient flexibility for new housing to be brought forward over the plan
period.

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Representation ID: 3035

COMMENT Wortham & Burgate Parish Council (mrs Netty Verkroost)

Summary:

No this is not appropriate in a rural area.

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Representation ID: 2998

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

Summary:

As per the response to Q28 and since it is of relevance to locations in the DDNP Area, the DDNPSG recommends that the absolute requirement for 10 well-related dwellings should be relaxed, not all of which need to be fronting the highway.

More details about Rep ID: 2998

Representation ID: 2932

OBJECT Combs Parish Council (Mr Tony Bamber)

Summary:

The focus here on quantitative criteria can result in conclusions and decisions that, while ticking boxes and fitting neatly into pigeon-holes, defy common sense. For example, Moats Tye lies within 5 km (just) of the mainline railway station at Stowmarket and thus risks being classified as a Core Village - an outcome that is clearly not sustainable.

Clusters of houses would be better assessed for Settlement Boundaries if their infrastructure, or potential for infrastructure, could feasibly cope with the increased demands of (and output from) humans, traffic and the myriad other things that grow with growth.

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Representation ID: 2687

OBJECT Cockfield Parish Council (Mr Doug Reed)

Summary:

Cockfield Parish Council believes that the criterion is broad and does not fit all situations and should be considered for each location within the context of the community.

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Representation ID: 2323

SUPPORT Chelmondiston PC (Mrs Rosie Kirkup)

Summary:

Yes

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Representation ID: 1975

COMMENT Palgrave Parish Council (Sarah Foote)

Summary:


Should any of these be considered to form a cluster? They are broadly connected but in no way meet the criteria.

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Representation ID: 1689

SUPPORT Hoxne Parish Council (Mrs Sara Foote)

Summary:

Hoxne Parish Council agrees with this comment.

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Representation ID: 1614

COMMENT Mr Alf Hannan

Summary:

Yes

More details about Rep ID: 1614

Representation ID: 1292

SUPPORT Raydon Parish Council (Mrs Jane Cryer)

Summary:

Yes, 10 dwellings is the appropriate threshold.

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Representation ID: 1081

SUPPORT Mr Roy Barker

Summary:

yes hamlets

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Representation ID: 344

SUPPORT Mr Ramon Studd

Summary:

Yes

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Representation ID: 340

SUPPORT Mr Simon Barrett

Summary:

Yes, other districts have used such policy (Braintree).

More details about Rep ID: 340

Representation ID: 149

COMMENT Mrs Sara Knight

Summary:

Yes, although I suspect it would be advisable to make provision for exceptions to the rule as any didactic rule is certain to be too restrictive.

More details about Rep ID: 149

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