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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - SS0909 - Land west of Aldham Mill Hill and east of Gallows Hill, Hadleigh

Representation ID: 11259

OBJECT Suffolk Wildlife Trust (Mr James Meyer)

Summary:

Site SS0909 is divided by the River Brett which is a key part of the green infrastructure network in the area, it must be ensured that the river is protected from any direct or indirect adverse impacts which may result from development in the area.

More details about Rep ID: 11259

Representation ID: 10590

SUPPORT Hopkins Homes Ltd represented by Armstrong Rigg Planning (Mr Geoff Armstrong)

Summary:

represents a clear opportunity to deliver a high-quality residential development of up to 250 homes on the edge of one of the largest and most sustainable settlements in Babergh. Off all the sites in Hadleigh that are identified as potentially suitable for development in the SHELAA, site is by far the most sustainably located at just 500m walk from shops and services in the town centre. 250 homes is also a deliverable level of development in the short-term and the proposed development would deliver a significant level of development in the early part of the plan period. Disagree with assessment of 80 homes in the SHELAA.

More details about Rep ID: 10590

Representation ID: 2653

OBJECT Hadleigh Society (Margaret Woods)

Summary:

This is the remaining area of attractive countryside valley penetrating into the town's environs from the north to develop it will destroy the town's current attractive integration with the countryside

More details about Rep ID: 2653

Representation ID: 2641

OBJECT Hadleigh Society (Margaret Woods)

Summary:

SS0909, Land west of Aldham Mill Hill and east of Gallows Hill, Hadleigh
This is the remaining area of attractive countryside valley penetrating into the town's environs from the north. The western side is a steep valley side running into the R.Brett flood plain which then sweeps to the eastern part of the suggested site.
The site lies wholly within Zone 18 of Rolling Valley Farmlands as defined in the Landscape Character Assessments 2015, as well as within the Area of Special Landscape Value. Brett Valley forms a considerable portion of this landscape character. With an open valley appearance there is a concentration of vegetation and unspoilt river meadows near the valley floor and open higher land, with occasional woodland areas to the north contributing to the visual quality of this landscape
Development would be against this guidance.

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Representation ID: 884

OBJECT B J & S G Clements

Summary:

Should have better use of Brownfield Sites before Greenfield Sites, restrict new housing in the countryside
Gallows Hill application should be allowed to settle before any further growth
Site is within a Special Landscape Area
Part of site is an Archaeological Site
Access, footpaths and cycle ways would be needed to link up to the Town and would add to the already pressurised highways/road network.
Adverse impact on protected species
Expanding the Primary School would result in a loss of playing fields
Significant flood risk
Undeliverable in 5 years
Mass house building is threatening Suffolk's unique beauty
Sporadic development in the Countryside should be minimised to avoid any unsustainable sprawl.
It should not allow inappropriate and unsustainable planning.

More details about Rep ID: 884

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