01- Introduction

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Comment

Representation ID: 16206

Received: 23/07/2019

Respondent: Ms Jackie Knight [2876]

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All development which is not on brown sites should cease. Development leads to increased population. Population is the biggest worldwide crisis facing our planet. Taught in schools since at least 1970's but governments just want more people for more taxes, so no action on tax and other incentives to have fewer children. Not building, except on brown sites, keeps countryside for all creatures well-being If a local plan is a tiny step towards fewer developments and preservation of life, I'm all for it and more needs to be done.

Object

Representation ID: 16253

Received: 12/08/2019

Respondent: Professor Robert Turner & Mrs J.M. Turner [4408]

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01.11, the Plan says that it seeks to protect the District’s valuable natural resources. In the context of Woolpit that means the countryside that surrounds the village on four sides which is all prime agricultural land and the views of and from the village from its elevated position and the historic centre therein. The Mid Suffolk District Council have been in possession of the Woolpit Neighbourhood - Land Appraisal Report prepared by Alison Farmer Associates of Cambridge since March 2018 but make no mention of any of the recommendations in the Report in their plans for the village of Woolpit

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Object

Representation ID: 16254

Received: 12/08/2019

Respondent: Professor Robert Turner & Mrs J.M. Turner [4408]

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01.14 seeks to coordinate the delivery of the necessary infrastructure. There are no proposals for ensuring that a developer pays for and builds this infrastructure ahead of any housing development. The developer will only be interested in building houses for sale and if he has to pay a premium to the council to pay for such infrastructure, he will simply add this to the cost of the individual houses. He is not interested in building the necessary schools, car parks, shops or paying for the bus services.

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Comment

Representation ID: 16297

Received: 19/08/2019

Respondent: Mr John Rhodes [3724]

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Point 1.09
This does not appear to mention “Village Plans” drawn up by the Local Parish Councils and should be recognised and incorporated into the overall strategy. In particular, Bramford’s own Parish Plan, which was updated in 2012, should be recognised and taken into account to truly reflect the requirements of the Parishioner's of Bramford.

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