Earl Stonham - Forward Green

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 17052

Received: 24/09/2019

Respondent: Henry and Pam Glasse

Representation:

Settlement boundary proposed, which is obviously based on the old boundary before subsequent development around our property, seems odd since it excludes half of our garden which is already surrounded by development. I have enclosed a suggested revision which goes around our property in a much more logical way rather than cutting our garden in half - (see red line on file attached "wades cottage IP145EW (1).jpg").

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Dear Sir / Madam,

Please see the images attached which are at the location of our property (Wades Cottage, Forward Green, IP14 5EW). See "ip145ew larger scale.png" and "Wades cottage title deed.png"

The new settlement boundary proposed, which is obviously based on the old boundary before subsequent development around our property, seems odd since it excludes half of our garden which is already surrounded by development. I have enclosed a suggested revision which goes around our property in a much more logical way rather than cutting our garden in half - (see red line on file attached "wades cottage IP145EW (1).jpg").

We await your response in due course but it would be useful if you could acknowledge safe receipt of this email.

Kind regards,

Henry and Pam Glasse

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 17384

Received: 26/09/2019

Respondent: Earl Stonham Parish Council

Representation:

Earl Stonham is divided into three areas, Forward Green which is defined as a “hinterland village”, Middlewood Green, which has been re-categorised from “countryside” to a “hamlet” as too has the third area, Angel Hill. Forward Green now has included within its boundary, Wicks Lane and houses adjacent to “Perfect Perennials”. More development within these areas give the Parish Council great concern as it seems to be that the existing policy is being somewhat overlooked and an unnecessary increase in development being proposed.

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