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

Representation ID: 11237

SUPPORT mr Charles Oliver

Summary:

I wish to support the proposed joint local plan for combs stowmarket


I support the proposed new settlement boundary I and my family have lived and ran businesses from moats tye for 55 years. I welcome the new plan as the hamlet can move forward and some new housing development can be contemplated. Then moats tye might qualify for the school bus and mains sewerage.
boundary.

More details about Rep ID: 11237

Representation ID: 10211

COMMENT Historic England (Katie Parsons)

Summary:

There are a number of designated heritage assets within Combs which could be
affected by the potential site allocations. These heritage assets include the Grade II*
listed Ponderosa Post Office Cottage as well as a number of Grade II listed buildings.
The presence of these heritage assets and their settings should be considered
carefully as part of the site allocation process.

More details about Rep ID: 10211

Representation ID: 2917

OBJECT Combs Parish Council (Mr Tony Bamber)

Summary:

We consider that Moats Tye should not be regarded as a settlement with a boundary, on the assumption that a Settlement Boundary will define an area inside which consent for building additional houses is more likely to be approved than not. This is because Moats Tye lacks the basic infrastructure for a 21st-century settlement: there is no mains drainage, and the access roads are single-track and unsuitable for 'settlement-type' traffic.

More details about Rep ID: 2917

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