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BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20687

Received: 24/11/2020

Respondent: Cornards Residents Association

Representation:

We fully agree and support the decision that site SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close, Great Cornard, Sudbury Suffolk, in being completely unsuitable for development.
There is nothing reasonable or alternative about this site, as powerfully demonstrated by our attached report, which we ask is formally entered into the evidence base in support of the decision not to allocate as a future potential development site.
The Cornards Residents Association currently has 650 members who are residents of Great Cornard who feel that this site is totally unsuitable for development.

Full text:

We fully agree and support the decision that site SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close, Great Cornard, Sudbury Suffolk, in being completely unsuitable for development.
There is nothing reasonable or alternative about this site, as powerfully demonstrated by our attached report, which we ask is formally entered into the evidence base in support of the decision not to allocate as a future potential development site.
The Cornards Residents Association currently has 650 members who are residents of Great Cornard who feel that this site is totally unsuitable for development.

Attachments:

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20689

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Self

Representation:

My views are based on a number of aspects but primarily based on issues of overall access and potential road safety concerns .
The area is served by a very restricted number of narrow roads which already are bearing additional loads due to other development areas.
Any additional traffic load would inevitably lead to increased disruption and heightened accident risk.

Full text:

My views are based on a number of aspects but primarily based on issues of overall access and potential road safety concerns .
The area is served by a very restricted number of narrow roads which already are bearing additional loads due to other development areas.
Any additional traffic load would inevitably lead to increased disruption and heightened accident risk.

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20690

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Katherine Wallace

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation:

Document is not legal
Document is not sound
Document does not comply with duty to cooperate

Please do not build on this site. It is unsuitable for the proposed buildings. A different site should be found. It will add nothing but issues to the village and spoil the countryside.

Change suggested by respondent:

That the site isn’t suitable for building on. I don’t think changes would do anything. It is totally unsuitable for developing

Full text:

I have lived in Davidson Close for 8 years and in Great Cornard itself for 17 years, I find the idea that the fields behind Davidson Close could be built on to be madness! The proposed access routes alone are not viable (a pathway from Chaplin Way and the notorious Wells Hall Road) I was shocked to see these routes on the plans as they will add to the gridlock experienced during school runs and honestly...a path way?! It’s not wide enough or safe enough.
Then there is the environmental concerns I have. The rain washes down Prospect Hill and the surrounding areas on a normal day. The silt build up on the roads is bad normally, this will no doubt increase with the amount of building traffic and lack of natural land to absorb the water naturally. We have always considered ourselves lucky to have the country side at our back door. I only have to look in my garden to see how lucky we are. We have hedgehogs breading in the neighbourhood, a wide range of birds, a wide range of raptors including Red kites, buzzards, kestrels, sparrow hawks and owls that can be regularly seen in and above our gardens.
I have seen common lizards in my greenhouse and newts in my pond.
I fear that this will stop when the concrete jungle of MORE houses is extended.
The traffic issues as well and the ecological issues that have been seen due to the build site of Sheepshead hill is worrying to say the least.
Houses keep being built but we see no improvements made to the amenities like schools and doctors in the village.

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20691

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Aquablast

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Yes

Representation:

Site S S0220 Land south of Davidson Close. This is completely unsuitable for development and should have not even been considered for such.
Also I believe that this proposal was included within the Chiltern development, which is not in the Great Cornard Parish.

Change suggested by respondent:

Site S S0220 In the future do not consider that this site to be suitable.

Full text:

Site S S0220 Land south of Davidson Close. This is completely unsuitable for development and should have not even been considered for such.
Also I believe that this proposal was included within the Chiltern development, which is not in the Great Cornard Parish.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20692

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Mr Brian Sykes

Representation:

I support the decision that site SS0220 land south of Davidson Close, Great Cornard, Sudbury is completely unsuitable for development, chiefly due to the current access roads being unable to support increases in traffic, especially HGV, and the resultant damage to the ecology of the adjoining country park.

Full text:

I support the decision that site SS0220 land south of Davidson Close, Great Cornard, Sudbury is completely unsuitable for development, chiefly due to the current access roads being unable to support increases in traffic, especially HGV, and the resultant damage to the ecology of the adjoining country park.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20693

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Michelle Barker-Knott

Representation:

SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close, Great Cornard, Sudbury Suffolk.

I completely and totally agree that the above site is not suitable for development for many many reasons and agree that the site should not be, or ever be, allocated as a development site.

I attach the Cornards Residents Association Report which I 100% agree with which sets out all the issues in support of why this site should not be allocated as a site.

Full text:

SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close, Great Cornard, Sudbury Suffolk.

I completely and totally agree that the above site is not suitable for development for many many reasons and agree that the site should not be, or ever be, allocated as a development site.

I attach the Cornards Residents Association Report which I 100% agree with which sets out all the issues in support of why this site should not be allocated as a site.

Attachments:

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20694

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Mr Chris Pilgrim

Representation:

Increase to the problem of flooding in Blackhouse Lane area. Recycling and waste site (Sandy lane) not fit for purpose for local area
No suitable access to development (small country roads) Employment issues with closure of many major company's
Increase of traffic past schools and residential estates Impact on local car parks and off street parking
Impact on already oversubscribed local schools
Impact on environment and air quality
Impact on wildlife
Insufficient infrastructure in local area ie hospitals
Depleted services ie police /fire

Full text:

Increase to the problem of flooding in Blackhouse Lane area. Recycling and waste site (Sandy lane) not fit for purpose for local area
No suitable access to development (small country roads) Employment issues with closure of many major company's
Increase of traffic past schools and residential estates Impact on local car parks and off street parking
Impact on already oversubscribed local schools
Impact on environment and air quality
Impact on wildlife
Insufficient infrastructure in local area ie hospitals
Depleted services ie police /fire

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20695

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Karen Hutchison

Representation:

The site is liable to flooding. It is a wild life corridor to many protected species such as barn owls, bats, birds of prey and hedgehogs. The access road is narrow and has safety implications for the children attending the primary school in Wells Hall Road. Drainage issues from run off from any future developments. The present drainage is inadequate for yet another housing development on top of the recently constructed Woodland Rise. The present roads of Blackhouse Lane and Well Hall Road will be unable to accommodate the increased volume of traffic accessing the development.Not sustainable.

Full text:

The site is liable to flooding. It is a wild life corridor to many protected species such as barn owls, bats, birds of prey and hedgehogs. The access road is narrow and has safety implications for the children attending the primary school in Wells Hall Road. Drainage issues from run off from any future developments. The present drainage is inadequate for yet another housing development on top of the recently constructed Woodland Rise. The present roads of Blackhouse Lane and Well Hall Road will be unable to accommodate the increased volume of traffic accessing the development.Not sustainable.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20696

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Mr Andrew Broomfield

Representation:

Site SS0220 Land south of Davidson close, great cornard, sudbury suffolk is completely unsuitable for development because it is the most beautiful scenic countryside and so full of such a diversity of wildlife and enjoyed by hundreds of people every day as a place to de-stress after work. My wife and i have witnessed a water vole in the stream, common lizards, grass snakes, slow worms, deer, barn owls and badgers in kiln meadow. We have seen hummingbird hawkmoths, bats, kestrels, sparrow hawks, yellow hammers, green finches and huge flocks of long tailed tits. We truly love the place.

Full text:

Site SS0220 Land south of Davidson close, great cornard, sudbury suffolk is completely unsuitable for development because it is the most beautiful scenic countryside and so full of such a diversity of wildlife and enjoyed by hundreds of people every day as a place to de-stress after work. My wife and i have witnessed a water vole in the stream, common lizards, grass snakes, slow worms, deer, barn owls and badgers in kiln meadow. We have seen hummingbird hawkmoths, bats, kestrels, sparrow hawks, yellow hammers, green finches and huge flocks of long tailed tits. We truly love the place.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20697

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Sarah Broomfield

Representation:

Site at SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close, Gt Cornard, Sudbury, Suffolk. This site is totally unsuitable for development. To allow this site to be developed would be a complete disaster for our natural world. I have a house overlooking Kiln Meadow and have never seen such biodiversity in one area. This area is a beautiful natural habitat for nature and people to enjoy, and is used extensively by walkers and we all know how much we need outside space to roam right now. Please do not even consider taking away such an important and beautiful area.

Full text:

Site at SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close, Gt Cornard, Sudbury, Suffolk. This site is totally unsuitable for development. To allow this site to be developed would be a complete disaster for our natural world. I have a house overlooking Kiln Meadow and have never seen such biodiversity in one area. This area is a beautiful natural habitat for nature and people to enjoy, and is used extensively by walkers and we all know how much we need outside space to roam right now. Please do not even consider taking away such an important and beautiful area.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20699

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Karen Pilgrim

Representation:

Not enough local infrastructure for increased population of new housing, e.g. schools, emergency services etc
Dangers of flooding which is already evident around black house lane , well hall junction.
Increase of traffic causes safety issues, impassable narrow lanes causes safety issues.
New housing estates already having negative impact on environment.
Corrosion of green spaces and clean air has impact on mental health of existing population.
Negative Impact on wildlife especially bird population, breeding grounds and on climate change,
This is not a suitable area to be developed for buildings.
I am delighted the council understand that too.

Full text:

Not enough local infrastructure for increased population of new housing, e.g. schools, emergency services etc
Dangers of flooding which is already evident around black house lane , well hall junction.
Increase of traffic causes safety issues, impassable narrow lanes causes safety issues.
New housing estates already having negative impact on environment.
Corrosion of green spaces and clean air has impact on mental health of existing population.
Negative Impact on wildlife especially bird population, breeding grounds and on climate change,
This is not a suitable area to be developed for buildings.
I am delighted the council understand that too.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20700

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Mr John Waygood

Representation:

Access would be through a very quiet cul de sac or via Wells Hall Road, which is very narrow and already conjested with 2 school entrances. The upper school is already full , where will these families send their children to school ?

Full text:

Access would be through a very quiet cul de sac or via Wells Hall Road, which is very narrow and already conjested with 2 school entrances. The upper school is already full , where will these families send their children to school ?

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20701

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Mr jason lawrence

Representation:

The decision site SS0220 is unsuitable for development, is absolutely correct, we must preserve open countryside, it's important habitat for rare species.

Proposed access routes are dangerous for pedestrians, unsuitable for increased volumes of traffic, and cannot cope with years of traffic relating to the building process.

The infrastructure is on its knees. Local jobs are in decline, public transport is unreliable and inadequate, schools, doctors and dentists are full to bursting, and flooding immediately adjacent to the site will be exacerbated.

It would bring very little positive impact to the area, considering the damage to historically significant scenery.

Full text:

The decision site SS0220 is unsuitable for development, is absolutely correct, we must preserve open countryside, it's important habitat for rare species.

Proposed access routes are dangerous for pedestrians, unsuitable for increased volumes of traffic, and cannot cope with years of traffic relating to the building process.

The infrastructure is on its knees. Local jobs are in decline, public transport is unreliable and inadequate, schools, doctors and dentists are full to bursting, and flooding immediately adjacent to the site will be exacerbated.

It would bring very little positive impact to the area, considering the damage to historically significant scenery.

Attachments:

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20702

Received: 26/11/2020

Respondent: Mr Keith Pengelly

Representation:

Please refer to the Cornard's Residents Association concise report (attached ) which lists the many factors this site should not be allocated.

Full text:

Site SS0220 I fully support the decision that this site which is land south of Davidson Close Great Cornard Sudbury Suffolk is totally unsuitable for development now or anytime in the future, many factors support this decision which are listed in the concise report submitted by the Cornard's Residents Association which highlight the many concerns of this site being included within the local plan.
Great Cornard has already become a sprawl and will basically join up with Little Cornard if we allow add on sites to the already major houses which have been built in Great Cornard, I am pleased that the council have considered this site as unsuitable, but am still concerned that it has been mentioned at all in the preliminary local plan.

Attachments:

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20703

Received: 26/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Stephanie Atkinson

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation:

I do not consider this plan to be viable or of any benefit to the local residents and infrastructure. Great Cornard has already been over developed cutting into valuable agricultural land and beautiful countryside housing many wildlife which is important to everyone’s wellness and mental health. It’s all nonsensical.

Change suggested by respondent:

No more building

Full text:

I do not consider this plan to be viable or of any benefit to the local residents and infrastructure. Great Cornard has already been over developed cutting into valuable agricultural land and beautiful countryside housing many wildlife which is important to everyone’s wellness and mental health. It’s all nonsensical.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20704

Received: 26/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Amanda Hudleston

Representation:

To build on this site is total madness. The water table will be considerably effected and hence will bring flooding where there is none at present. The lanes around this area are totally unsuitable for anymore traffic as single lane with walkers and cyclists already using considerably, any more traffic will result in accidents.
Our infrastructure for Great Cornard is already up to its maximum so any more housing in this area could not support itself.

Full text:

To build on this site is total madness. The water table will be considerably effected and hence will bring flooding where there is none at present. The lanes around this area are totally unsuitable for anymore traffic as single lane with walkers and cyclists already using considerably, any more traffic will result in accidents.
Our infrastructure for Great Cornard is already up to its maximum so any more housing in this area could not support itself.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20706

Received: 26/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Tina Gore

Representation:

regularly floods at the bottom of Prospect Hill, top of Wells Hall Road/Blackhouse Lane. Roads cannot sustain increase in traffic. In particular, Wells Hall Road will become a thoroughfare to housing exacerbating the unsustainable problem of traffic that it already faces.

Full text:

regularly floods at the bottom of Prospect Hill, top of Wells Hall Road/Blackhouse Lane. Roads cannot sustain increase in traffic. In particular, Wells Hall Road will become a thoroughfare to housing exacerbating the unsustainable problem of traffic that it already faces.

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20707

Received: 26/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Angela Furssedonn

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? Yes

Duty to co-operate? Yes

Representation:

I totally support the Decision that site SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close,Great Cornard,Sudbury Suffolk in being completely unsuitable for development

Change suggested by respondent:

That the expansion of the AONB a green belt around the Cornards will have a environmenal impact on surface water flooding and traffic issues

Full text:

I totally support the Decision that site SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close,Great Cornard,Sudbury Suffolk in being completely unsuitable for development

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20708

Received: 26/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Geraldine Pengelly

Representation:

Site SS0220 I would like to support the decision of the council that this site which is South of Davidson Close Great Cornard Sudbury Suffolk is totally unsuitable for any development now or in the future the reasons for the unsuitability is mentioned in the councils preliminary local plan but also more detailed in the Cornard's Residents Association very detailed expert report on the many factors why this site cannot possibly be included for development. I hope this will remain out of this plan now and in the future.

Full text:

Site SS0220 I would like to support the decision of the council that this site which is South of Davidson Close Great Cornard Sudbury Suffolk is totally unsuitable for any development now or in the future the reasons for the unsuitability is mentioned in the councils preliminary local plan but also more detailed in the Cornard's Residents Association very detailed expert report on the many factors why this site cannot possibly be included for development. I hope this will remain out of this plan now and in the future.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20709

Received: 27/11/2020

Respondent: Mr Iain Taylor

Representation:

Site SS0220. I support your decision that the land south of Davidson Close is completely unsuitable for development. The proposed access points are far too narrow and would cause traffic chaos at peak times. There is no easy access to public transport, such as exists, which will encourage use of cars. Access via Chaplin Walk would be chaotic. Pedestrian access via Wells Hall Road is not safe. Surface water drainage, presumably into the Black Brook would give rise to flooding as the brook was only for agricultural drainage.

Full text:

Site SS0220. I support your decision that the land south of Davidson Close is completely unsuitable for development. The proposed access points are far too narrow and would cause traffic chaos at peak times. There is no easy access to public transport, such as exists, which will encourage use of cars. Access via Chaplin Walk would be chaotic. Pedestrian access via Wells Hall Road is not safe. Surface water drainage, presumably into the Black Brook would give rise to flooding as the brook was only for agricultural drainage.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20718

Received: 28/11/2020

Respondent: Mrs Lyn Richer

Representation:

I support the fact that site SS0220 (Land south of Davidson Close, Gt Cornard) is totally unsuitable for development. The traffic situation in Blackhouse Lane is bad enough already, but the thought of a lot more cars using this single carriageway with a speed limit of 60 is unimaginable.
Flooding caused a problem last December, and it caused a problem two weeks ago, which resulted in me reporting and sending photos to the environment agency. Having houses built on this land will only exacerbate the problem.

Full text:

I support the fact that site SS0220 (Land south of Davidson Close, Gt Cornard) is totally unsuitable for development. The traffic situation in Blackhouse Lane is bad enough already, but the thought of a lot more cars using this single carriageway with a speed limit of 60 is unimaginable.
Flooding caused a problem last December, and it caused a problem two weeks ago, which resulted in me reporting and sending photos to the environment agency. Having houses built on this land will only exacerbate the problem.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20720

Received: 30/11/2020

Respondent: debbie ping

Representation:

I support the part of the local plan in respect of the following:

That SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close Great Cornard is completely unsuitable for development:
for a whole range of reasons set out in detail by the comprehensive report sent to you by Cornard Resident's Association, including it's position at the centre of an important wildlife corridor; totally unsuitable access to the site and safety concerns; very high flood risk; spoiling of special landscape area.

(I am objecting to other aspects of the local plan)

Full text:

I support the part of the local plan in respect of the following:

That SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close Great Cornard is completely unsuitable for development:
for a whole range of reasons set out in detail by the comprehensive report sent to you by Cornard Resident's Association, including it's position at the centre of an important wildlife corridor; totally unsuitable access to the site and safety concerns; very high flood risk; spoiling of special landscape area.

(I am objecting to other aspects of the local plan)

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20723

Received: 02/12/2020

Respondent: Mr Charles Hudleston

Representation:

Further development on the edge of the village and bordering the country park is quite unsuitable and amounts to over development where development should diminish as the village transits to the countryside. There is no possibility of a suitable vehicle access, indeed previous planning applications with regard to the Hedgerows estate provided only for an emergency access barrier onto Prospect Hill. The immediate area surrounding Black Brook has been known to flood and further concreting of the surrounding area would surely only make this worse. This is a popular amenity and recreational area in an already densely populated village.

Full text:

Further development on the edge of the village and bordering the country park is quite unsuitable and amounts to over development where development should diminish as the village transits to the countryside. There is no possibility of a suitable vehicle access, indeed previous planning applications with regard to the Hedgerows estate provided only for an emergency access barrier onto Prospect Hill. The immediate area surrounding Black Brook has been known to flood and further concreting of the surrounding area would surely only make this worse. This is a popular amenity and recreational area in an already densely populated village.

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20724

Received: 02/12/2020

Respondent: debbie ping

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? Yes

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation:

The published plan is extremely overcomplicated with many lengthy documents embedded; duty to cooperate with public therefore not fulfilled. Format for commenting has been designed to elicit binary responses before being allowed to progress with comment - average member of public cannot know whether it's legally compliant or 'sound'.
I have therefore stated in previous comment that site SS0220 is supported as a 'Reasonable Alternative site' because this is the lowest of categories and does not appear in Appendix to the main plan for specific comment - it is totally unsuitable for development and is not in any way 'Reasonable'.

Change suggested by respondent:

1. Remove the first three questions which require yes/no responses before commenting.
2. Extend the deadline for public consultation beyond Christmas
3. Make it clear that 'Reasonable Alternative Sites' are considered unsuitable for development
4. Remove Site SS0220 Land South of Davidson Close from the Sustainability Report as it does not appear in the main report. See attached Report from Cornard Residents Association for the many reasons why this site is unsuitable for development.

Full text:

The published plan is extremely overcomplicated with many lengthy documents embedded; duty to cooperate with public therefore not fulfilled. Format for commenting has been designed to elicit binary responses before being allowed to progress with comment - average member of public cannot know whether it's legally compliant or 'sound'.
I have therefore stated in previous comment that site SS0220 is supported as a 'Reasonable Alternative site' because this is the lowest of categories and does not appear in Appendix to the main plan for specific comment - it is totally unsuitable for development and is not in any way 'Reasonable'.

Attachments:

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20758

Received: 25/11/2020

Respondent: Forestry Commission

Representation:

Regarding Babergh and Mid Suffolk Sustainability Appraisal Main Report, Policy LP25 – ‘Sustainable construction and Design’. The Forestry Commission recommends the report
promotes an increased use of homegrown timber in construction.

Full text:

Regarding Babergh and Mid Suffolk Sustainability Appraisal Main Report, Policy LP25 – ‘Sustainable construction and Design’. The Forestry Commission recommends the report
promotes an increased use of homegrown timber in construction.

Attachments:

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20764

Received: 08/12/2020

Respondent: Mrs Sue Thoma

Representation:

I support the decision to keep SS0220 (Land south of Davidson Close) as an unallocated site. This site is totally unsuitable for development.

Full text:

I support the decision to keep SS0220 (Land south of Davidson Close) as an unallocated site. This site is totally unsuitable for development.

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20767

Received: 09/12/2020

Respondent: Mr Ray Barry

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation:

I am not a lawyer or planning consultant and you have made it so extremely complex you are denying the average resident without professional qualifications the ability to express themselves. You are depriving many older residents the opportunity to comment particularly those whom are techno challenged you could not have made it more complex if you tried!! But perhaps that was your purpose to bulldoze the plan though. The SA is fatally flawed-no cumulative impact assessment has been made of the Chilton Woods development on what you are now proposing particularly with Tye Farm which is just too large.

Change suggested by respondent:

I support the decision not to allocate site SS0220. However, there is absolutely nothing reasonable or alternative about this site as demonstrated by your own SA and the powerful report submitted by the Cornards Residents Association that demonstrates beyond all doubt that this site is totally unsuitable for any development of whatsoever nature. It should therefore be irrevocably deleted from the plan. I rely on the CRA reports already submitted that form an integral part of this submission that also materially applies to Tye Farm. Particularly surface water flooding.

Full text:

I am not a lawyer or planning consultant and you have made it so extremely complex you are denying the average resident without professional qualifications the ability to express themselves. You are depriving many older residents the opportunity to comment particularly those whom are techno challenged you could not have made it more complex if you tried!! But perhaps that was your purpose to bulldoze the plan though. The SA is fatally flawed-no cumulative impact assessment has been made of the Chilton Woods development on what you are now proposing particularly with Tye Farm which is just too large.

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20771

Received: 01/12/2020

Respondent: Sally Bane

Representation:

I support the plan, fully agree the decision that SS0220 is completely unsuitable for development.
Also, there is nothing reasonable or alternative about this site (see report) to support the decision not to allocate.
I am in wholly agreement with the contents of CRA Report and object to SS0220 being included in the Local Plan as a "reasonable Alternative Site". This must never become a reasonable alternative site.
Cornard, over the years, has had more than it's fair share of housing developments and I believe enough is enough

Full text:

See attached full submission

Attachments:

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20772

Received: 01/12/2020

Respondent: Michael Bane

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation:

I object to the inclusion of site SS0220 as a possible alternative for development.
The site is totally unsuitable for housing development (see report attached)
Therefore I agree with the report not to include SS0220 in any future building plan.
The Cornard Residents Association has given firm reasons for no further potential development of SS0220.
I am 100% in agreement with the findings therefore BMSDC Plan is acceptable to me

Full text:

See attached full submission

Attachments:

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan - Pre-Submission - Sustainability Appraisal and Appropriate Assessment 2020

Representation ID: 20773

Received: 04/12/2020

Respondent: Mrs Maureen Williams

Representation:

I support the BMSCCs Plan - Fully agree the decision that SS0220 is completely unsuitable for development. There is nothing reasonable or alternative about this site. Report by CRA proposed land allocation SHELAA site SS0220.
I am in total agreement with and support the decision not to allocate as a future potential development site. Land is not to be listed as a reasonable alternative and it is an inappropriate site for the Sudbury and Great Cornard area. Issues such as safety, access, landscape, flood and environmental damage.

Full text:

See attached full submission

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