Great Finborough

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 16696

Received: 18/09/2019

Respondent: Great Finborough Parish Council

Representation:

Council would like to ask why the development boundary has been increased to include the meadow to the front of the listed Buxhall Lodge. This site, although presently subject to a planning application has not been granted and has several objections to it, including SCC highways, ourselves, Environmental Management and Heritage. We would ask that this area remains outside the boundary line.

Full text:

Hi
Great Finborough Parish Council have no comments to submit regarding the Draft Local Plan policies however would like to bring to your attention some concerns regarding the Great Finborough Place Map. Council would like to ask why the development boundary has been increased to include the meadow to the front of the listed Buxhall Lodge.

This site, although presently subject to a planning application has not been granted and has several objections to it, including SCC highways, ourselves, Environmental Management and Heritage. We would ask that this area remains outside the boundary line.

I would grateful if you could acknowledge receipt and perhaps provide me with an update on whether the request is met favourably.

Many thanks

Kind regards

Paula

Paula Gladwell
Great Finborough Parish Clerk & RFO

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Preferred Options (interactive)

Representation ID: 17806

Received: 29/09/2019

Respondent: Mr Miles Rolfe

Representation:

We object to the extension to the settlement boundary in Great Finborough. There are very limited amenities in the village (no shop, school at capacity) and danger and difficulty of sustainably travelling to Stowmarket given the already high volume of traffic, road conditions and no bus service.

Miles and Catherine Rolfe

Full text:

We object to the extension to the settlement boundary in Great Finborough. There are very limited amenities in the village (no shop, school at capacity) and danger and difficulty of sustainably travelling to Stowmarket given the already high volume of traffic, road conditions and no bus service.

Miles and Catherine Rolfe