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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - SS0642 - Land to the north of Low Road,
SUPPORT Taylor Wimpey represented by Boyer Planning (Ms Libby Hindle)
We consider that land to the north of Low Road, should be incorporated within the boundary for Debenham. This site is in a sustainable location with good access to a number of services and facilities, therefore development in this location should be supported in principle.
OBJECT Debenham Parish Council (Mr Richard Blackwell)
The PC does not support the development of Debenham site SS0642 Land to north of Low Road . The scale of the site has the potential to significantly change the size and character of the village. The site is far from village centre facilities and is likely to have an unacceptable traffic impact on the village .
COMMENT Historic England (Katie Parsons)
The potential allocations
are sited away from the historic core of the settlement which lies further to the east.
There are no known designate heritage assets within any of the potential site
allocation boundaries. Sites SS0642 and SS0902 have the potential to impact upon
the setting of several nearby grade II listed building including the 20 Low Road,
Cherry Tree Inn, Malting Farmhouse, and Cherry Tree Farmhouse. These two sites
could also impact upon the southernmost tip of the Debenham Conservation Area.
The presence of these heritage assets and their settings should be considered
carefully as part of the site allocation process. Consideration should also be given to
edge of settlement nature of the sites.
OBJECT Miss R P Baillon
SS0642: Totally unsuitable. Again building in this area would contribute to flooding around Low Road. With the huge development of houses between Gracechurch Street and Low Road, the map demonstrates the imbalance of development with respect to the core village. It does not seem that there is an appropriate nearby area to create a 'slow and flow' feature.
OBJECT mr michael hammond
Please ignore earlier representation on this site .
Comments apply to site north of Gracechurch Street .
No comment on this site .
OBJECT mr michael hammond
Unacceptable . Scale would significantly change size and character of village . Adverse impact on bottle necked Gracechurch St towards High St . . Adverse . Increases risks of flooding in village .
Adverse visual impact on high quality views .
OBJECT Mr Michael Morley
Access via Low Road is not implementable
OBJECT Cathy Hawes
Major highway and infrastructure issues make developing this site for housing untenable. There is also insufficient capacity within the village generally to cope with the extra traffic that would be generated. Consideration also needs to be given to the additional burden that a housing development of this scale will create on facilities such as the schools, doctor's surgery and the Co-op. All of these facilities already suffer from insufficient parking resulting in considerable road safety issues, particularly at peak times.
OBJECT Caroline Cavill
Highway and infrastructure limitations regarding excessive housing developments which are not in agreement/keeping with the draft Debenham neighbourhood plan and are not taking into account the contents of the plan regarding traffic pinch points and already stretched local services