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Representations on BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive) - SS0073 - Land to the north of B1115, Stowupland
COMMENT Historic England (Katie Parsons)
Site is in close proximity to several Grade II listed buildings including Pooles Farmhouse, Oask Farmhouse, 44 & 46 Farmhouse, and 28 Thorney Green Road. The presence of these heritage assets and their settings should therefore be considered carefully as part of the site allocation process.
OBJECT Stowupland Parish Council (Claire Pizzey)
We believe this site is most unsuitable for development as it would fill the important countryside gap between Stowupland village and Stowmarket, destroying Stowupland's character and individual identity as a village. This edge-of-plateau landscape with extensive views out, and with the village seen in this context, would become subsumed into Stowmarket. Neighbourhood Plan questionnaires and events have established beyond doubt that residents feel strongly that the village should remain a village, and highly value the village character and identity.
OBJECT Stowmarket Society (Mr Michael Smith)
We object to the development of this and any other site that closes the gap between Stowupland and the A14, as it would create a coalescence of settlements with Stowmarket. Thes gaps a re breathing spaces that safeguard community identities and it is strategically important to hang on to them and keep them meaningful.
OBJECT Mrs Jackie Ward
Object to any development on site SS0073.
OBJECT Mr Ramon Studd
Stowupland site SS0073 should not be included because it would cause coalesce between Stowupland and Stowmarket also Mid Suffolk have just refused planning permission for 143 homes on this site (applications 0195/17 & 5024/16)