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Deleted User 29 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 14828033//1
I originally submitted these comments below to NSC for the consultation regarding the Further Assessment of Residential Sites that went to the Executive Committee on the 5th September. The closing date for comments was 21st August and the report sent to the Committee must have been compiled within an extremely short period of time to allow Executive members to have and read the report before the 5th September. Therefore I do not believe that there would have been sufficient time to review the co
Wrington Village Alliance 29 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 14836321//1
attached pdf: Objection from the Wrington Village Alliance, in addition to other objections.
Deleted User 29 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 17894561//1
I have been a resident in Wrington for 25 years during which time I have seen several new developments. I am not against new houses but feel very strongly that this latest application is totally uneccessary and without any justification. There are many reasons why this development should not go ahead but the two that resonate most strongly with me are the lack of school places, and the risk of flooding. How can you just plonk a load of houses into a community when the local primary school is ALR
Deleted User 25 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 14819777//1
I am writing to strongly object to the land at Cox's Green, Wrington to be added to the Site Allocations Plan. There is no foot path to the facilities in the village, as required by council policy and the plans which have been put forward by the developer have been proven to be unsafe because the road isn't wide enough to allow traffic to pass - plus it's on a blind bend, so narrowing the road is dangerous. Also, the person who would have to sell part of their garden to allow for a footpath (in
Deleted User 25 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 17859425//1
I have lived in Wrington for 20 years. During this time I have seen a gradual increase in the traffic through the village, including 40 tonne trucks which use single track lanes to enter the village. If the number of vehicles increases, there is bound to be some very nasty accidents, the lanes can barely cope with the traffic that is currently using them, let alone if there is an increase in the size of the village. We are very fortunate that our home has not been flooded, even though we have
Deleted User 24 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 17853473//1
Hi I strongly object to this planning application. As a resident in this village for over ten years, I often have to avoid travelling down this narrow lane throughout the winter months due to it being badly flooded. Sometimes the water has been knee deep and impassable for cars. The road is very narrow. The school is heavily oversubscribed and many current families living here can't even get their children into the school. The public transport facilities are very poor and there is a lack of park
Deleted User 24 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 17850561//1
I would like to add my comments to the consultation. This would be a very poor choice of location for the following reasons: inadequate access to the village no plans to improve the already bad public transport lack of facilities for local employment hence more car traffic to at best, poor roads Small country school with no plans for extension environmental reasons. This area is well documented as flooding no plans to improve the road network through the village including traffic calming
Deleted User 23 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 4042689//2
Objection made by Tony Harden. I am a Fellow of the Institution of Chartered Engineers and Chartered Engineer with many years experience in site allocations and planning applications. Sustainable Development. Pedestrian access Facilities in the village of Wrington are located at walking distances from the Cox's Green site as set out in the table below: These walking distances are mostly greater than 800metres which is Institute of Highways and Transport (IHT) "preferred maximum" distance. A
Deleted User 16 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 14819425//1
I am writing to formally object to the notion that the land to the south of Cox's green (Wrington) be considered for consideration of further sites in the allocation. I object to the following assessment criteria NSC have scored the site: Primary school access /ability to expand is rated GREEN by NSC yet the school is full, has been for many years, local village children are often not able to get into the school and have to be bused to neighbouring schools. I am interested to see what NSC feel
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