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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - SS0419 - Land north of Ashfield Road, Little Green, Norton
SUPPORT Mrs Kirsten Fullam
We will loose the feel of the small hamlets within the village.
The roads are busy, dangerous, tight and sometimes not wide enough for two vehicles - especially in poor visibility
The local (very good) school is overstretched with high numbers of 4-11 year olds and not enough room/facilities
Broadband within the village is poor and fibre in only available to half the village.
Development is inappropriate and unnecessary - the villagers identified in their Parish plan we only need small developments of affordable homes.
SUPPORT Mr Philip Jefferson
Support the notion that all land labelled 'non-developable' in Norton Little Green should be protected. Norton Little Green is a tiny hamlet with minimal basic infrastructure and services. Any new build developments would, above all, exacerbate an already seriously congested traffic problem on The Street in Norton running down to the A1088 at The Dog x-roads. At nearly 1000 vehicles per day, this tiny country lane is already bursting at the seams and cannot cope with any more traffic
SUPPORT Adrian Bridge
Object to all the Norton Little Green proposals including 0419 for the same reasons-
- it is an isolated hamlet
--it has nil in the way of services/ facilities
--any services/facilities are 1.5 miles away, too far and too dangerous to walk or cycle and with no public transport.
--access into the hamlet itself is dangerous-both from Norton and the Tjunction from Elmswell
Any proposal at Norton Little Green must fail as RED on the following of your Suitability Assessment Constraints:-
Transport and Roads
Access to wider transport network
Accessibility to Local services and facilities