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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - SS0842 - land south of Coldham Lane

Representation ID: 10242

COMMENT Historic England (Katie Parsons)

Summary:

Two sites are being considered at Gislingham. Both sites are in close proximity to 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: 10242

Representation ID: 7310

OBJECT mr martin smith

Summary:

A poor choice for development. Coldham lane is a narrow lane incorporating farm access for large HVGs, a poorly surfaced road which floods / poor drainage.
It would adversely affect the character, feel, visual effect and community of the lane which has a mix of housing styles, including a number of listed buildings. The lane has already seen a 20% uplift in housing recently, and traffic down the lane (a no through road) has increased significantly over the last few years.
Trees on the land boundary are nesting sites for Turtle doves, a critical list species.

More details about Rep ID: 7310

Representation ID: 2180

OBJECT Mr Michael Grant

Summary:

This location is not a suitable site for development in Gislingham - Coldham Lane is narrow - and exits directly opposite the village shop - as such there are often cars parked opposite the access making exiting Coldham Lane hazardous - especially as the view to the right is typically obstructed by bushes or people waiting at the bus stop.

More details about Rep ID: 2180

Representation ID: 1883

OBJECT Mr Leslie Smith

Summary:

This location is not a suitable site for development in Gislingham - Coldham Lane is narrow - and exits directly opposite the village shop - as such there are often cars parked opposite the access making exiting Coldham Lane hazardous - especially as the view to the right is typically obstructed by bushes or people waiting at the bus stop.

More details about Rep ID: 1883

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