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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - Option RE2

Representation ID: 16148

SUPPORT Paul Reeley

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 16126

SUPPORT Ms. Perpetua Ratcliffe

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 16104

SUPPORT Mr P. Pollard

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 16082

SUPPORT Mrs Natalie Brook

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 16060

SUPPORT Mrs J. Pollard

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 16038

SUPPORT Mr Gavin Brook

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 16016

SUPPORT Mr Michael Hills

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15994

SUPPORT Mrs Helena Knight

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15972

SUPPORT Mr Roger Knight

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15950

SUPPORT Mrs J. A. Moore

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15928

SUPPORT Miss Jane Anne Moore

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15906

SUPPORT Mr John Moore

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15884

SUPPORT Mr Dennis John Griggs

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15862

SUPPORT Miss Hockley

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15840

SUPPORT Mr Castle

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15818

SUPPORT Mrs Linda Rowntree

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15796

SUPPORT Mr Carl Rowntree

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15774

SUPPORT Miss Patricia Copeman

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15752

SUPPORT Mr Barry Pearce

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15730

SUPPORT Mrs Faith Marsden

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15708

SUPPORT Mrs Clare Kiely

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15686

SUPPORT Mr Michael Kiely

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15664

SUPPORT Mrs Patricia Maisey

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15642

SUPPORT Mr John Maisey

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15620

SUPPORT Mrs Dorothy Scrivener

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15598

SUPPORT Mr George Scrivener

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15576

SUPPORT Mrs Linda Dennison

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15554

SUPPORT Mr Ralph W. Godbold

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15532

SUPPORT Mrs Blythe Smith

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15510

SUPPORT Mr Richard Smith

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15488

SUPPORT Mrs G. P. Godbold

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15466

SUPPORT Mr. Giles Godbold

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15444

SUPPORT Mrs Sally Hoskyns

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15422

SUPPORT Mr George Major

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15400

SUPPORT Mrs Audrey Cremer

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15378

SUPPORT Ms. Cindy Hughes

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15356

SUPPORT Mr. Anthony Wickenden

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15334

SUPPORT Mrs Irene Wickenden

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15312

SUPPORT Mrs Jacqueline Cordwell

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15290

SUPPORT Mr Leslie Graham Walter Cremer

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15268

SUPPORT Mr. D.I.O. Johnson

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15246

SUPPORT Mrs D. Johnson

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15224

SUPPORT Anthony & Tracy Keeble

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15202

SUPPORT Mr. John Fensom

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15180

SUPPORT Mr. Alan Cordwell

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15158

SUPPORT Mrs Annette Dovell

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15136

SUPPORT Mr. Martin Hewett

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15114

SUPPORT Ms. Shirley Hewett

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15092

SUPPORT Mrs. Carol Forward

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15070

SUPPORT Mr. Grant Lloyd

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15048

SUPPORT Mrts. Natasha Lloyd

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15026

SUPPORT Mr. John Forward

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 15004

SUPPORT Mr. Hoskyns

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14982

SUPPORT Miss Isabel De Minvielle Devaux

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14960

SUPPORT Mr. Ian East

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14938

SUPPORT Ms. Tracy East

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14916

SUPPORT Ms. Ilona Northall

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14894

SUPPORT Mr. Alex James Richard May

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14872

SUPPORT Mr. Richard John May

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14850

SUPPORT Ms. Kathryn Anne May

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14828

SUPPORT Ms. Olivia Frances Chloe May

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14806

SUPPORT Mr. Charles Hogger

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14784

SUPPORT Ms. Jo-Ann Hogger

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14762

SUPPORT Mr P. L. Ratcliffe

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14740

SUPPORT Miss Tracey Durling

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 14718

SUPPORT Mrs Carol Griggs

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 13228

SUPPORT Mr. Artist

Summary:

The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 13120

COMMENT Suffolk Coastal District Council (Mr Mark Edgerley)

Summary:

Very interested in this preference, but unsure how it would work in reality. What level of market housing would be acceptable on a rural exception site? Is the Joint Local Plan anticipating reviewing settlement boundaries and if so would exception sites be identified following this review?

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Representation ID: 12521

SUPPORT Stoke by Nayland Parish Council (Mr James Dark)

Summary:

Comments apply to villages within AONBs only.
An element of open market housing is required o support the development of a small site. Therefore RE2 is supported

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Representation ID: 11927

SUPPORT Pigeon Investmenrt Management (Mr. Andrew Fillmore) represented by Beacon Planning Ltd (Ms Sophie Pain)

Summary:

With respect to Rural Exception sites, Pigeon also supports the Councils' preferred
option (Option RE2) to allow an element of market housing, where it is necessary, to help bring forward these schemes. This is very much in accord with NPPF guidance.

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Representation ID: 11842

COMMENT Dedham Vale Society (Mr. David Eking)

Summary:

Open market housing should only be included in so far as is essential to ensure the viability of the site.

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Representation ID: 11770

OBJECT Councillor Frank Lawrenson

Summary:

I support Option RE1 which will allow for rural exception sites. I do not support Option RE2 which I believe is flawed and will in effect allow Option RE1 to be overridden. If we are to have rural exception sites then they must have teeth and we can see how this pans out in practice over the term of the plan, revising it if needed in the future.

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Representation ID: 10920

SUPPORT Lady Anne Windsor Charity (Deborah Langstaff)

Summary:

The wording of Option RE2 to "include a rural exception site policy which would support an element of market housing where this is necessary to bring a site forward and where the scale is proportionate to the overall aim of delivering affordable housing" is appropriate for this approach.

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Representation ID: 10643

OBJECT Mrs LP Wheatley

Summary:

Not supported

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Representation ID: 10284

SUPPORT Taylor Wimpey represented by Boyer Planning (Kate Kerrigan)

Summary:

This would support an element of market housing where necessary to bring the site forward and where the scale is proportionate to the overall aim of delivering affordable housing.

We agree with Option RE2, however, we do not consider that a maximum percentage of market housing should be considered acceptable on rural exception sites. The percentage of market housing on rural exception sites should be
considered on a case by case basis and guided by viability, which should be considered as an important indicator of the percentage of market housing that should be provided on a rural exception site.

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Representation ID: 9929

SUPPORT Mr Frank Lawrenson

Summary:

Housing: Rural Exception Sites (RE2) Agree
The existing balance in a village must be reviewed so that a good balance between affordable and market housing is retained within any new development. It is very important not to have large developments of only market housing or only affordable housing so that mixed communities are encouraged. Also developers must not be allowed to wriggle out of their affordable housing quota once planning permission has been given.

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Representation ID: 9285

COMMENT Kersey Parish Council (Mrs Sarah Partridge)

Summary:

When considering rural exception sites care needs to be taken to protect heritage assets in rural villages and the scale of any development needs to be appropriate to the setting.

The Council did not suggest a maximum percentage of market housing as it should be proportionate to the site and village where the affordable housing is to be delivered.
Amended RE2 should read
Option RE2 - Market housing supported on rural exception sites
Include a rural exception site policy which would support an element of market housing where this is necessary to bring the site forward and where the scale is proportionate to the site and village where the affordable housing is being delivered.

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Representation ID: 9019

SUPPORT Mrs Jessica Fleming

Summary:

I fully support use of rural sites for a wide range of housing types, and believe that flexibliity on this point contributes to organic growth that meets local needs

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Representation ID: 8766

SUPPORT Artisan PPS Ltd (Mr. Leslie Short)

Summary:

this is an absolute must for inclusion as a means of encouraging landowners to bring sites forward in combination with a range of other affordable tenures including starter homes and private rented accommodation.

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Representation ID: 8561

SUPPORT Redlingfield parish meeting (Ms Janet Norman-Philips)

Summary:

We fully support this option

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Representation ID: 7731

OBJECT Mx Miles Row

Summary:

This should not be needed and would encourage developers to apply to build on them.

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Representation ID: 7575

OBJECT Mr Peter Powell

Summary:

If council robustly enforce affordable housing element elsewhere there is no need to do this

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Representation ID: 7446

OBJECT Ms Helen Davies

Summary:

If the council sticks to the Affordable Housing rules required on other developments then this shouln't be necessary. From recent experience in Sproughton viability can be manipulated to reduce the amount of affordable houses on offer. once the protected area is destroyed it is destroyed for ever.

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Representation ID: 7306

OBJECT Ms Sharon Maxwell

Summary:

Developers should be encouraged to build where permission has been granted already.

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Representation ID: 7017

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Martin Steele

Summary:

If you are in the process of establishing appropriate new settlement boundaries/policy then there should be NO need for exceptions even for affordable housing.

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Representation ID: 6825

COMMENT mrs Netty Verkroost

Summary:

Every rural area needs to be looked at on a case by case basis and according to local housing need and existing housing mix

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Representation ID: 6768

SUPPORT Hill (Lee Melin)

Summary:

Support this option.

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Representation ID: 6410

SUPPORT MSDC Green Group (Cllr John Matthissen)

Summary:

The size of development should be appropriate for the size of the settlement. Where required, for reasons of viability, there could be 25% max market housing where 'affordable' rentals are provided, and maximum 50% to fund 'Social rents.'

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Representation ID: 5528

COMMENT Pinewood Parish Council (Mrs Sandra Peartree)

Summary:

Agree.

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Representation ID: 4346

COMMENT Mrs Louise Baldry

Summary:

Where a rural exception is necessary, due to a clear local need for affordable housing and when absolutely no alternative development is available, the rural exception site should be kept to the absolute minimum required to meet the affordable housing need without any expansion to include additional market housing.

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Representation ID: 3582

COMMENT Mr Richard Howard

Summary:

The present policies are too restrictive on small and individual development

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Representation ID: 3397

OBJECT Mr Adrian James

Summary:

There should be no building at all on sites that would not normally be considered suitable for residential development

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Representation ID: 3341

COMMENT Mrs Margaret Podd

Summary:

Market housing on rural exception sites should only be accepted on sites with exceptional constraints or to support specific infrastructure provision. The financial benefits from the market housing should be linked through S106 Agreements to overcoming the constraints and the infrastructure provision. Otherwise there is a danger that market housing provision on such sites could be come the expected norm for site owners thereby only serving to push up land values.

More details about Rep ID: 3341

Representation ID: 2958

SUPPORT Wortham & Burgate Parish Council (mrs Netty Verkroost)

Summary:

This is required in rural areas.

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Representation ID: 2880

SUPPORT Mr Andrew Coxhead

Summary:

Support

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Representation ID: 2782

SUPPORT Felsham Parish Council (Mrs Paula Gladwell)

Summary:

Support

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Representation ID: 2393

SUPPORT Chelmondiston PC (Mrs Rosie Kirkup)

Summary:

We agree with RE2 however we feel that affordable and open market housing on one site should be well integrated in setting and design.

More details about Rep ID: 2393

Representation ID: 2090

OBJECT Great Finborough Parish Council (Mrs Paula Gladwell)

Summary:

Object

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Representation ID: 2052

COMMENT Mrs Kathie Guthrie

Summary:

If housing is to be put on rural exception sites it usually means in the countryside and that could mean more cars and general garden sheds, garages and furniture. If an exception site is necessary I think there would have to be a jolly good reason to build in the first place and I do not think a high density would be the right way forward.

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Representation ID: 1724

COMMENT Mr. A. Breen

Summary:

All developments should have a high element of affordable housing in all locations

More details about Rep ID: 1724

Representation ID: 1702

SUPPORT Battisford Parish Council (Mr Chris Knock)

Summary:

Developers need a certain level of profit in order for them to start projects

More details about Rep ID: 1702

Representation ID: 1239

OBJECT Raydon Parish Council (Mrs Jane Cryer)

Summary:

Where a rural exception is necessary, due to a clear local need for affordable housing and when no alternative development is available, the rural exception site should be kept to the minimum required to meet the affordable housing need without any expansion to include additional market housing.

More details about Rep ID: 1239

Representation ID: 1127

SUPPORT Great Ashfield PC (arthur peake)

Summary:

as it may be necessary to get the site moving for affordable housing. Local council planning bodies must be listened to so this option is not abused.

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Representation ID: 79

SUPPORT J. E. Knock & Partners (Mr. Chris Knock)

Summary:

Support RE2 since gives provides planners with the maximum flexibility

More details about Rep ID: 79

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