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Rod T 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 17900801//1
We strongly oppose this potential development for the reasons recently brought up in the public enquiry for a larger development on the same site. These have already been stated in the Wrington Village Alliance's submission for this new potential development, but in particular: (i) the additional traffic into the village to access amenities that are already stretched or oversubscribed such as the school, parking and the recent announcement about consultation to close the doctors surgery to name
Wrington Village Alliance 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 14836321//2
Please see the attached document for the Wrington Village Alliance's comments regarding MM25, Land at Cox's Green.
Sally Bartlett 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 14822593//2
I would like to add my agreement to the comments and opinions stated by the Wrington Village Alliance. Given the evidence that was submitted to the recent inquiry (APP/DO121/W/16/3166147) for planning application for 59 Houses on this site, it would be extremely short sighted of North Somerset Council to include this site for residential development. The evidence submitted to the inquiry by the WVA and residents at the public session proved that the Flood Risk Team, Highways and NSC planning hav
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 14819425//2
MM25 Land at Cox's green I object to this site being included in the site allocations plan for the following reasons: Sustainability – this is an unsustainable site, it lies outside the village boundary, a sizeable distance from the village centre, potential residents would be extremely unlikely to walk to and from the village if they have small children, are elderly or infirm. Lack of public transport- there is an extremely limited bus service that only operates at limited times of the day a
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 17923105//1
We wish to comment on and oppose the plan under consideration to build 28 houses at Cox's Green Wrington (MM25). The fields on this site are on a flood plain bordered by the river and a network of springs which always floods during heavy rain. Wrington has had serious flooding issues in the past and this can only get worse if the land is concreted over. All the roads coming into the village are narrow, winding and can become very congested at peak times. Delivery lorries coming and going to th
Wrington Parish Council 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 1019201//4
Section 2. Policy SA 1 – Housing Allocations Proposed housing allocation, Cox's Green, Wrington, ref MM25 This concerns a proposal to erect 28 dwellings on a site at Cox's Green, with a planning application having been submitted and still to be determined, ref 17/P/0485/O. It was subsequently included in a list of sites submitted to the NSC Executive, 5 September 2017. The relevant report stating: The 22 additional housing sites comprising 821 dwellings as set out in Table 1 are recommended t
ajh 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 11806881//1
See attached file for comments regarding MM25 and MM62
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 14836193//1
I would like to add my own strong objections to the others I see already submitted here. It is hard to imagine a more inappropriate location for development at Wrington. The serious access issues in Nates Lane, Coxs Green and Havyatt Road (narrow roads, blind corners and lack of pavements on all surrounding roads – which will not be solved by the proposals) mean that placing a new development here will put all new residents in danger when walking the roads, and existing residents (my own family
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 17895297//1
I strongly object to the land at Cox's Green being added to the Site Allocation Plan. We have serious flooding in this part of the village and adding more houses would be insane. It is likely to cause major flooding to the surrounding houses and further flooding into the village. With all the evidence available to the council from the W V A on flooding with pictures as proof this is not the place to put houses. It's clear to anyone the road network in and out of the village can not cope with mor
Deleted User 30 Oct 2017

Site Allocations Plan - Main Modifications Consultation MM25

  • Comment ID: 17923233//1
Your proposed plan for 28 new houses to be built on this site in no way answers or defeats the previous objections to the proposal for 59 houses by Redwood. All the points made about changing the character of the area, the lack of local amenities, especially places at Wrington School, the extreme danger from traffic on local roads, the proven risk of flooding, all these are in no way obviated by the reduced number of houses. If the government's stated objective in enhancing local participation m
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