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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - SS0734 - Land to the north of Lion Road, Palgrave

Representation ID: 10360

OBJECT E. R. Ling & Sons Ltd. (Mr. J Ling) represented by NPS Property Consultants (Mr Richard Smith)

Summary:

Objection to site SS0734 being discounted in the SHELAA - We are seeking to amend site submission SS0734 to include land for a new school as supported be the Chair of Governors for Palgrave Academy Primary School. Please see attached full representation and illustrative site layout plan. The proposed site is considered suitable for development as it is in a sustainable location to the west of Palgrave where there are no environmental or flood risk designations, the land is screened by a mature tree belt and the site can achieve an appropriate access with good connectivity to the village. The proposal would help deliver a new/expanded school to meet educational needs and housing which will help finance the construction of the school. The size and scale of development could be successfully assimilated within the village.

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Representation ID: 7491

COMMENT Mrs Sheila Hurdwell

Summary:

SS0734 not suitable for housing or other infrastructure for reasons including:

Outside existing and proposed settlement boundaries,and crossed by high voltage cables.

Development sprawl.
Single access onto busy road

Any development on this site
would seriously impact on the heritage
setting of two adjacent Grade II listed properties.

Millway Lane to north boundary represents
unspoilt historic view on enteringthe village.
Inevitable Increase in footand vehicle traffic
is increased safety risk.

See further representation document.

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Representation ID: 6782

SUPPORT Mr David Long

Summary:

the rejection of this site and the reasons for its dismissal as stated are fully supported. Additionally the following objections are put forward:
For the development of a site of this size a secondary means of access would be required in accordance with the Suffolk Design Guidance. This would appear to be unachievable.
the site is traversed by power lines one of which is high voltage being part of the National Grid.
Site is close to the Waveney Valley SLA. Development would be an intrusion into the open countryside. Other issues notes in full representation.

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Representation ID: 6287

COMMENT Mr Richard Hurdwell

Summary:

SS0734 not suitable for housing or other infrastructure for reasons including:
Outside existing and proposed settlement boundaries, and crossed by high voltage cables.
Development sprawl
Single access onto busy road
Policy BH 11 gives high priority on protecting buildings of architectural or historic interest, with particular attention to protecting the landscape settings of listed buildings. Any development on this site would seriously impact on the group setting of two adjacent Grade II c.17 listed properties.
Millway Lane to north boundary represents unspoilt historic view on entering the village.
Inevitable Increase in foot and vehicle traffic is increased safety risk.

More details about Rep ID: 6287

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