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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - Option HG2

Representation ID: 16150

COMMENT Paul Reeley

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 16128

COMMENT Ms. Perpetua Ratcliffe

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 16106

COMMENT Mr P. Pollard

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 16084

COMMENT Mrs Natalie Brook

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 16062

COMMENT Mrs J. Pollard

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 16040

COMMENT Mr Gavin Brook

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 16018

COMMENT Mr Michael Hills

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15996

COMMENT Mrs Helena Knight

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15996

Representation ID: 15974

COMMENT Mr Roger Knight

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15952

COMMENT Mrs J. A. Moore

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15930

COMMENT Miss Jane Anne Moore

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15908

COMMENT Mr John Moore

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15908

Representation ID: 15886

COMMENT Mr Dennis John Griggs

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15886

Representation ID: 15864

COMMENT Miss Hockley

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15842

COMMENT Mr Castle

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15820

COMMENT Mrs Linda Rowntree

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15820

Representation ID: 15798

COMMENT Mr Carl Rowntree

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15798

Representation ID: 15776

COMMENT Miss Patricia Copeman

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15754

COMMENT Mr Barry Pearce

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15732

COMMENT Mrs Faith Marsden

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15710

COMMENT Mrs Clare Kiely

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15688

COMMENT Mr Michael Kiely

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15666

COMMENT Mrs Patricia Maisey

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15644

COMMENT Mr John Maisey

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15622

COMMENT Mrs Dorothy Scrivener

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15600

COMMENT Mr George Scrivener

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15600

Representation ID: 15578

COMMENT Mrs Linda Dennison

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15556

COMMENT Mr Ralph W. Godbold

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15534

COMMENT Mrs Blythe Smith

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15512

COMMENT Mr Richard Smith

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15490

COMMENT Mrs G. P. Godbold

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15468

COMMENT Mr. Giles Godbold

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15446

COMMENT Mrs Sally Hoskyns

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15424

COMMENT Mr George Major

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15402

COMMENT Mrs Audrey Cremer

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15402

Representation ID: 15380

COMMENT Ms. Cindy Hughes

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15358

COMMENT Mr. Anthony Wickenden

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15358

Representation ID: 15336

COMMENT Mrs Irene Wickenden

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15336

Representation ID: 15314

COMMENT Mrs Jacqueline Cordwell

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15292

COMMENT Mr Leslie Graham Walter Cremer

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15292

Representation ID: 15270

COMMENT Mr. D.I.O. Johnson

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15270

Representation ID: 15248

COMMENT Mrs D. Johnson

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15226

COMMENT Anthony & Tracy Keeble

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

More details about Rep ID: 15226

Representation ID: 15204

COMMENT Mr. John Fensom

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15182

COMMENT Mr. Alan Cordwell

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15160

COMMENT Mrs Annette Dovell

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15138

COMMENT Mr. Martin Hewett

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15116

COMMENT Ms. Shirley Hewett

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15094

COMMENT Mrs. Carol Forward

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15072

COMMENT Mr. Grant Lloyd

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15050

COMMENT Mrts. Natasha Lloyd

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15028

COMMENT Mr. John Forward

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 15006

COMMENT Mr. Hoskyns

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14984

COMMENT Miss Isabel De Minvielle Devaux

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14962

COMMENT Mr. Ian East

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14940

COMMENT Ms. Tracy East

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14918

COMMENT Ms. Ilona Northall

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14896

COMMENT Mr. Alex James Richard May

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14874

COMMENT Mr. Richard John May

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14852

COMMENT Ms. Kathryn Anne May

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14830

COMMENT Ms. Olivia Frances Chloe May

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14808

COMMENT Mr. Charles Hogger

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14786

COMMENT Ms. Jo-Ann Hogger

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14764

COMMENT Mr P. L. Ratcliffe

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14742

COMMENT Miss Tracey Durling

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 14720

COMMENT Mrs Carol Griggs

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 13230

COMMENT Mr. Artist

Summary:

Regarding infill in hamlets, the wording of HG2 which is of most concern is 'will not cause undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster'. This gives very little protection to the area. This is no comment on the density of infill allowed - it is the spaces between dwellings which contributes to the rural feel of an area. Perhaps a clear ratio of house to plot depending on the local character could be defined. There must only ever be a small percentage increase in number of dwellings in an existing hamlet.

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Representation ID: 12644

COMMENT Environment Agency (Miss Charlie Christensen)

Summary:

should be ensured that each site has had an individual site specific assessment and evidence can be provided that the sewerage undertaker has been consulted and agreed that plans will be in place to accommodate additional flows ...essential that appropriate infrastructure planning occurs ....number of the sites proposed may be at risk of capacity issues if any more than 30 houses are built.

It is reassuring to see on page 42 reference to the cumulative impact of proposals being considered.
We recommend that major housing developments should be steered towards sewered areas where possible.

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Representation ID: 11872

SUPPORT Dedham Vale Society (Mr. David Eking)

Summary:

We support the Option for small scale infill development in Hamlets (HG2).

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Representation ID: 10988

OBJECT Babergh Alliance of Parish & Town Councils (Helen Davies)

Summary:

Is there, any practical reason why hamlets that could be considered for proportional enlargement should be road facing and of more than 10 houses when the county has clusters on unadopted roads, away from the highway, that could be sensitively enlarged? Merit based criteria would be required and due consideration should be given to the neighbourhood viewpoints. Such locations might be ideal for genuine self-build projects where the builder is likely to want to be a good neighbour.

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Representation ID: 10415

COMMENT Ms Penny Vinson

Summary:

I agree that the development of one or two houses within or adjoining hamlets should be considered but definitely done in a way which would not cause harm to the character and appearance of the cluster or any harmful intrusion to the surrounding landscape.

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Representation ID: 10394

COMMENT Diana Lecron

Summary:

I support Option HG2. However with reference to Upper Somerton the boundary is drawn so tightly that there is no scope for infill sites. It is unlikely that residents with large gardens would want new dwellings in their grounds. The boundary needs to be moved out to provide some scope for single dwellings. It is possible to respect all criteria in Option HG2 and extend the boundary to the East taking in a small plot at the entrance to the hamlet. Incorporating this plot for a well designed and sensitively landscaped modest self-build dwelling would enhance the approach to Upper Somerton

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Representation ID: 10015

SUPPORT Mr C Partridge

Summary:

I support HG2, development across the district has to be allowed to happen, including in Hamlets.

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Representation ID: 9965

SUPPORT Mr Oliver Richards

Summary:

I strongly support the proposal for all further developments to be infill developments which respond to the current built form and the landscape and that loss of farm land should be limited to strips of frontage onto existing roads only and that all new developments should be limited in size with direct access onto the roads rather than a cul de sac nature.

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Representation ID: 9041

OBJECT Miss Tracey Durling

Summary:

Hamlets are such a rare commodity these days and as such represent an idealic area of countryside any building in these area's will mean the decline of hamlets and they will be swallowed into the surrounding building completely changing the character and also causing greater traffic into an area that cannot substain an increase

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Representation ID: 8992

SUPPORT Mrs Jessica Fleming

Summary:

Support is caveated that the 10-house / highway access policy be flexible to allow circumstances where these precise circumstances are not present. A rigid approach to rural housing is neither practical nor democratic.

Cumulative impacts associated with these smaller developments are not as important as for larger scale developments where there is potential for severe impacts from over-development

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Representation ID: 8963

SUPPORT Artisan PPS Ltd (Mr. Leslie Short)

Summary:

would support the flexibility and local sensitivity that this policy brings. Settlements, however, small (with the reasonable threshold proposed) should not be sterilised by blanket 'no go' development areas in our rural districts

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Representation ID: 8733

OBJECT Portland Planning (Gillian Davidson)

Summary:

Infilling in unsustainable location not in accordance with NPPF. Proposed policy would inevitably result in incremental infilling over time. Cumulative impact to be considered but each case for 1 or 2 dwellings would gradually urbanise area - can't take current character as fixed point against which all future proposals to be judged. Character would change to be more dense over time, enabling ever-increasing density.

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Representation ID: 8628

COMMENT Redlingfield parish meeting (Ms Janet Norman-Philips)

Summary:

Development should be allowed in small villages and hamlets.
It should not just be infill within the settlement boundary but should be allowed outside the settlement boundary on a case by case basis where it is supported by the local community.
New development and housing should be distributed across the district.

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Representation ID: 8602

SUPPORT Mr Michael Beiley

Summary:

In addition,I urge that a ceiling be placed on the overall % increase for each hamlet over the lifetime of the plan and that ALL hamlets are considered as "sensitive".
I entirely support the recognition that the cumulative impact of proposals must be a major consideration.
If the overall plan is adopted,then only 5% ( < 25 houses ) of the annual housing need of around 450 new houses per annum will be sited in the 60 hamlets.

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Representation ID: 8283

SUPPORT Mr C Partridge

Summary:

Good idea

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Representation ID: 8204

COMMENT Ms Helen Davies

Summary:

This does not just have to be within a defined hamlet, it could also be scattered housing but in a general location - amore organic approach and certainly one that was followed historically.
A proportionate increase in housing naturally matches a developing micro community as children grow older and want their own homes within that community.

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Representation ID: 8070

SUPPORT Tattingstone Parish Council (mrs Jane Connell-Smith)

Summary:

Continue the current approach to infill but no ribbon development.

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Representation ID: 7736

OBJECT Mx Miles Row

Summary:

Would force people to drive as hamlets mostly are not connected via footpaths and safe routes to cycle on, especially after dark so has a large detrimental impact on mitigating climate change and have a large impact on those unable to drive such as under 18s, people on low incomes and people unable to drive for medical reasons.

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Representation ID: 7644

SUPPORT Mr Peter Powell

Summary:

* This does not just have to be within a defined hamlet, it could also be scattered housing but in a general location.
* A proportionate increase in housing naturally matches a developing micro community as children grow older and want their own homes within that community.

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Representation ID: 7437

SUPPORT Mr Richard Milne

Summary:

The introduction of a more flexible policy to allow infill development in areas previously considered open countryside and which adjoin existing settlements and clusters would be considered appropriate due to the current shortfall in housing supply in the district and the sustainable approach to allowing development which abuts existing development but previously would have been considered outside a settlement boundary. The Street, Wickham Skeith is well sited such that additional dwellings to the west could be comfortably accommodated without having a significant impact on the countryside whilst at the same time making a valuable contribution to housing supply.

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Representation ID: 7188

OBJECT Mr Bernard Rushton

Summary:

Phrases such as "undue harm to the character and appearance of the cluster or any harmful visual intrusion into the surrounding landscape" are too ambiguous

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Representation ID: 6827

SUPPORT mrs Netty Verkroost

Summary:

I support this policy

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Representation ID: 5741

COMMENT Mr Adrian James

Summary:

For hamlets there should certainly not be any development or infill. This affects the unique character of an area and can be a charter for developers and landowners looking to make a fast buck at the expense of the local community.
Of course people need to be able to move into areas and the current turnover of housing occupation allows this - evidenced by the constant supply of variety of houses for sale in many areas.

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Representation ID: 5667

SUPPORT Mr Graham Moxon

Summary:

Allow small scale development of hamlets where appropriate to relieve the pressure on urban areas.

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Representation ID: 5557

COMMENT Pinewood Parish Council (Mrs Sandra Peartree)

Summary:

Agree

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Representation ID: 5372

SUPPORT Mr Andrew Coxhead

Summary:

Support

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Representation ID: 4833

SUPPORT Mrs Claire Osborne

Summary:

This policy is in line with the Lawshall Neighbourhood plan. The village survey results showed that the majority wanted smaller developments spread throughout the village.
I support it in principle, however, if this is adopted, then the allocation sites for larger enclaves in hinterland villages needs to be reduced. You cannot have your cake and eat it!

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Representation ID: 4531

SUPPORT Barking Parish Council (Mrs Rosemary Cochrane)

Summary:

HG2- there should be flexibility if a need for development is proven

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Representation ID: 4015

SUPPORT Mr John Bellwood

Summary:

* This does not just have to be within a defined hamlet, it could also be scattered housing but in a general location.
* A proportionate increase in housing naturally matches a developing micro community as children grow older and want their own homes within that community.

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Representation ID: 3633

COMMENT Hartest Parish Council (Mr Nick Price)

Summary:

The emerging Hartest Neighbourhood Plan (HNP) identifies clusters into which limited infill development might be possible if all other criteria are met. HG2 defines hamlets as 'having a nucleas of at least 10 dwellings fronting the highway'. Some of the identified clusters in the HNP have less than 10 dwellings, and it is essential that any new hamlet policy in the JLP does not restrict appropriate development in these clusters, or indeed encourage any development within identified clusters that does not meet the strict criteria identified in the HNP.

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Representation ID: 2543

SUPPORT Mr Terry Corner

Summary:

Would be acceptable.

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Representation ID: 2059

SUPPORT Mrs Kathie Guthrie

Summary:

Support for one or two semi detached properties but not year on year as that would defeat the object. In some areas hamlets are only a mile or so from a sustainable village location and have appropriate footpaths etc to join them

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Representation ID: 1887

SUPPORT Mr. A. Breen

Summary:

This proposal is a sensible measure to meet local needs, but could go further. A re-balancing of the social profile of the population in each community is necessary.

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Representation ID: 1822

SUPPORT Debenham Parish Council (Mr Richard Blackwell)

Summary:

Support this approach

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Representation ID: 1755

COMMENT Mr Richard Blackwell

Summary:

Broadly support this approach

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Representation ID: 1654

SUPPORT Winston Parish Council (Mrs Lizzie Taurozevicius)

Summary:

We agree with this but would want to point out that Fenn Street in Winston is a Hamlet with at least 10 dwellings and should be included in addition with Winston Green.

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Representation ID: 1140

SUPPORT Great Ashfield PC (arthur peake)

Summary:

Overall this gives controlled growth with sensible criteria to follow. It assumes a a settlement boundary is agreed.

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Representation ID: 1067

SUPPORT Mr Nigel Jennings

Summary:

I live in the village of Semer. I'm nearly 62 and I'm a relative youngster here. I'm involved in our church and other social activities but we could do with an injection of younger people.
We need first time buyers, aged 23-40 years. The last house built here was 35 years ago!
Our children have had to leave our village because of the house prices.
I think we need two or three semi-detached properties within our village to allow our younger people to stay local and support our local schools, shops, & churches and give our village new vitality.

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Representation ID: 954

SUPPORT Mr Roy Barker

Summary:

Happy make the small villages grow proportionally.

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Representation ID: 810

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

Summary:

Policy HG2 seems a practical and sensible approach to give people with local connections to move to a small village.

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Representation ID: 282

SUPPORT Mr Simon Barrett

Summary:

This is very important, (planning committee has already been supporting this)

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Representation ID: 197

COMMENT Mr D C Warren

Summary:

The scale of development consists of infilling by one detached dwelling or 2 semi-detached properties within a continuous built up frontage along the highway;

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Representation ID: 99

OBJECT Prof George Constantinides

Summary:

Reject option HG2. It is imperative that hamlets retain their unique identity - growth can be restricted to hinterland villages and larger conurbations except in proven exceptional need.

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Representation ID: 81

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

Summary:

Support HG2

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