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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - SS0933 - Land to the east of Waldingfield Road and North of Church Field Road,
OBJECT Lady Valerie Hart
on SS0933 the reference to the proposed land use description is B1/B2/B8. I consider B2 and B8 uses are incompatible with the nearby heritage assets and other residential properties.
Careful consideration would need to be given to the adverse impacts of development and whether appropriate mitigation was possible with regard to nearby heritage assets including Chilton Church (Grade I) listed building, Chilton Hall (Grade IT), the walled garden (Grade II) and the historic park and gardens. Any development on this site needs to protect and enhance the heritage assets. There are alternative employment sites allocated nearby.
OBJECT Historic England (Katie Parsons)
Site in close proximity to the Grade I listed Church of St Mary. There is particular concern with this site which would border the south-eastern edge of the RPAG and would result in the RPAG being surrounded by dense development on three sides. This would have an unacceptable impact upon the setting of the RPAG the harm of which would be compounded by the cumulative impact of large redevelopment elsewhere in the vicinity, most notably at the site known as Land north of Waldingfield Road which lies to the immediate north of the RPAG.
OBJECT Chilton Parish Council (Mr Dave Crimmin)
SS0590 - Land to the east of Waldingfield Road and North of Church Field Road, Sudbury
SS0933* - Land to the east of Waldingfield Road and North of Church Field Road, Sudbury
These sites are in the Parish of Chilton.
mitigation fails to include heritage assets. Part of the site we believe is allocated to C2. Given the aging population and the need for such facilities we consider the existing use allocation should be maintained. The proposed density of 40 houses is too high. The existing cycle way/footpath through the site needs to be designated for public use.
OBJECT Mr Michael Mandelstam
Very strongly object in relation to: land surrounding Sudbury Health Centre in Church Field Road belonging to West Suffolk Hospital.
This has been designated residential/employment use in the Local Plan. But it was always intended that it be retained for future development of health related facilities (eg extra clinics, minor injuries unit, rehabilitation facilities, specialist care home beds) - in light of Sudbury's expanding population and in particular increasing elderly population.
OBJECT WATCH (Mr Nigel Bennett)
The land to the rear of the health centre which is part of the allocation needs to be for health related uses. The site is adjacent to the new integrated health centre which makes it ideal for health related uses whether minor injuries unit, step down beds for the elderly, nursing home or expansion of the existing facility. With a growing population and an ageing one then this site should be ideal for future health services expansion.
SUPPORT Sudbury Town Council (Mrs Jacqueline Howells)
Sudbury Town Council supports this application for employment use including health related uses on the land behind the health centre. It is particularly relevant due to the close proximity to the existing health centre.
OBJECT Mr. Nick Miller for Sudbury Green Belt Group
Taken together with SS0590, this is one of the five most precious of the scenes round Sudbury and Cornard that are threatened by development. See the details of our submission: We strongly object to any development here, the quality as wildlife habitat and open green space is of the very highest for a site so close to town and so much used and needed by local people. Given the length of time since this area was given planning permission, based on poor or faulty information, outside the settlement boundary, etc.
COMMENT Mr Nigel Bennett
The land to the rear of the health centre (in the ownership of West Suffolk Hospital Trust) which is part of the allocation needs to be for health related uses. The site is adjacent to the new integrated health centre which makes it ideal for health related uses whether minor injuries unit, step down beds for the elderly, nursing home or expansion of the existing facility. The Local Plan sees growth as well as an ageing population which will need health service expansion. The rest of the site is within the industrial estate and is therefore suitable for employment use.