Great Waldingfield

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 16650

Received: 16/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Michael Barker

Representation:

Objection is to the redrawing of the Great Waldingfield settlement boundary to include land to the west of Valley Road in Chilton Parish.

The draft SHELAA report (July 2019) shows site ref:SS1068 as suitable for 20 houses despite the published Police Report of November 2018 about the dangerous speeding traffic on Valley Road, the affect on the village landscape compromising the setting of 4 Grade 2 listed buildings neighbouring the site and the site being in another parish.

This site is wholly unsuitable for development.

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 16804

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Great Waldingfield Parish Council

Representation:

Reasons for not using Valley Road site:
Documented dangerous road, one of the worst speeding records in Suffolk. Classified a dangerous 'Red Road'. Site is close to the same junction which will be taking traffic from new houses behind Whitehall Farm. Need to cross road to reach amenities.
Sustainability - distance from village amenities
Heritage - once Deer Park to Chilton Hall, clear link between this Hall and White Hall. It will completely dominate and change the view on approach the village. Historical setting will then be lost forever.

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Comment

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 16862

Received: 20/09/2019

Respondent: Great Waldingfield Parish Council

Representation:

We the affordable element will be choice based lettings contrary to the parish council/developer/land owner wishes, it is understood that BDC can but do not have a policy for this. This would help to satisfy the local needs.
Long Melford through to Acton and great Waldingfield is a rat run cutting off the journey through Sudbury, without any infrastructure improvements this will be exacerbated with the increase in traffic volume. Expected growth locally of 335 dwellings with a possible average of 2 cars, infrastructure needs to be addressed before not after any development.

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 17787

Received: 29/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Andrew Symons

Representation:

I note that the Great Waldingfield settlement boundary overlaps the Chilton Parish boundary. This is confusing and will impact both the Chilton and Great Waldingfield Neighbourhood Plans which are in development.

Development along Valley Road adjacent to Chilton Cottages should not be included within the boundary, since it is unsuitable. It is and isolated by Valley road, and is remote from the amenities in Great Waldingfield. There is no adequate footpath in the area or provision for a pedestrian crossing across Valley Road. This area has a problem with speeding traffic.

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I note that the Great Waldingfield settlement boundary overlaps the Chilton Parish boundary. This is confusing and will impact both the Chilton and Great Waldingfield Neighbourhood Plans which are in development.

Development along Valley Road adjacent to Chilton Cottages should not be included within the boundary, since it is unsuitable. It is and isolated by Valley road, and is remote from the amenities in Great Waldingfield. There is no adequate footpath in the area or provision for a pedestrian crossing across Valley Road. This area has a problem with speeding traffic.

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 17912

Received: 27/09/2019

Respondent: Great Waldingfield Parish Council

Representation:

1. The map that Babergh has shows the plot opposite the Village hall as recreational space. These are in actual fact allotments owned by a Charity known as The Braithwaite Trust. The field is known by the said Charity as "Mill Field". The Braithwaite Trust also own the allotments at the junction of Folly Road and the B1115 - it is also bordered by Garrison Lane.
2. The map also shows the area of the Bowls Club. This land is owned by Suffolk County Council and is leased to Great Waldingfield Parish Council which still has the "Private no admittance" notices still in place. The area is locked once the industrial units have finished work.

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Dear Strategic Planning Policy Team

I refer to the Parish Council's previous email and attachment to you on the 20th September 2019.

In this regard Great Waldingfield Parish Council would like to add to its formal response to the Babergh and Mid Suffolk Mid Suffolk District Councils Joint Draft Local Plan consultation. The addition comments are appended below:

1. The map that Babergh has shows the plot opposite the Village hall as recreational space. These are in actual fact allotments owned by a Charity known as The Braithwaite Trust. The field is known by the said Charity as "Mill Field". The Braithwaite Trust also own the allotments at the junction of Folly Road and the B1115 - it is also bordered by Garrison Lane.
2. The map also shows the area of the Bowls Club. This land is owned by Suffolk County Council and is leased to Great Waldingfield Parish Council which still has the "Private no admittance" notices still in place. The area is locked once the industrial units have finished work.

Comment

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 17975

Received: 30/09/2019

Respondent: Dr David Taylor

Representation:

Support identity as hinterland village.
Note and object that village envelope as shown includes undeveloped land on either side of Valley Road, which intrudes into open countryside near a listed building (White Hall Farm) and will further compromise the dangerous road junction with Bantocks Road.

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Support identity as hinterland village.
Note and object that village envelope as shown includes undeveloped land on either side of Valley Road, which intrudes into open countryside near a listed building (White Hall Farm) and will further compromise the dangerous road junction with Bantocks Road.

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 18025

Received: 30/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Michael Kiely

Representation:

SS0200 : Inappropriate due to traffic speeding on Valley Road, unsustainable as residents would be at a distance from amenities and the site would affect the heritage setting of White Hall
SS0194 : the site needs to be removed from the SHELAA as it is now mostly within the recently extended Conservation Area. Further development here would affect the setting of the CA. Separation between the main village and the newly designated hamlet around the church needs to be established.

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SS0200
The siting of the houses on Valley Road is inappropriate. These houses would affect the heritage setting of White Hall. Valley Road has been designated as a dangerous road and recent monitoring of traffic has showed clearly that cars speed along this stretch of road. It is some distance from village amenities and residents of these houses would have to cross this busy road making the site unsustainable.
SS0194
This site is still designated as appropriate in the SHELAA. Since this designation the Conservation Area has been extended and the majority of this site is now in the CA. Further development here would affect the setting of the CA. The separation between the main part of the village and the newly designated hamlet around the church.

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 18078

Received: 30/09/2019

Respondent: Artisan PPS Ltd

Agent: Pippa Short

Representation:

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 18576

Received: 27/09/2019

Respondent: Ann Loads

Representation:

Object to land allocation in Great Waldingfield.

This land availability assessment is completely missing from the published JLP lacking any openness or transparency for public to object or comment. This would appear to be in total conflict to the purpose of the JLP as a means of public consultation.

It is unsuitable due to the proximity of a County Wildlife Site and Archaeological sites. The adverse effects on Heriage assets, the lack of infrastructure and community involvement, the flood risk and it is adjacent to a dangerous highway.

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 19253

Received: 30/09/2019

Respondent: Lady Hart of Chilton

Representation:

Object to boundary being extended in the south-west area close to Chilton Cottages.
Proposed site is close to the same junction that will take the traffic from the new 32 houses being built behind Whitehall Farm;
Valley Road is classed as a dangerous red road due to speeding;
Reaching village amenities including village shop and village hall would entail Valley Road being crossed;
Development should be restricted to northern side of Waldingfield Road;
Area was once part of the Deerpark to Chilton Hall and was first recorded in 1430.
Development would dominate and alter the view on approaching the village from the south and would result in the historical setting being lost forever to the detriment of the village.

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 19375

Received: 30/09/2019

Respondent: Chilton Parish Council

Representation:

The new proposed settlement boundary for Great Waldingfield overlaps with the parish boundary of Chilton (ref. p160 and p 185 of JLP. We do not object to the extension to the north side of Waldingfield Road close to the property known as the Hollies, but we object to the settlement boundary being extended in the south-west area close to Chilton Cottages where we understand it is suggested that a possible 20 residential units could be built on that site. We understand Great Waldingfield Parish Council also object to this extension.

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 19927

Received: 30/09/2019

Respondent: Mrs Margaret Maybury

Representation:

(Site SS1068) A residential site officially in the parish of Chilton. Poor connection to parish of Great Waldingfield and none to Chilton. No safe pedestrian or cycle route to school, shop, church, etc. Would adversely affect the amenity aspect of the village/s. Sited at the point of speeding traffic from a gradient, roundabout and green views.

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