SS0375 - Land south of Church Lane and east of Rowan Close, Claydon

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Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive)

Representation ID: 389

Received: 01/10/2017

Respondent: Mrs Serena Kay

Representation:

The infrastructure is not in place for further building in this area. The village amenities are not suitable for a rise in population level.

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The infrastructure is not in place for further building in this area. The village amenities are not suitable for a rise in population level.

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive)

Representation ID: 438

Received: 04/10/2017

Respondent: Matt Stewart

Representation:

Not opposed to some new houses but the potential for 2000 would turn Claydon into a town and not a village. The high street is already clogged and schools are already over subscribed (since the Blakenham expansion) - I believe my two daughters education suffers as a result. Claydon does not have the infrastructure. Building on the clifftops above Fir Tree lane would remove easy access to green areas I have via the top of Hazel Rise and would mitigate the whole reason I moved out of Ipswich in the first place. I would consider moving if this went ahead,

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Not opposed to some new houses but the potential for 2000 would turn Claydon into a town and not a village. The high street is already clogged and schools are already over subscribed (since the Blakenham expansion) - I believe my two daughters education suffers as a result. Claydon does not have the infrastructure. Building on the clifftops above Fir Tree lane would remove easy access to green areas I have via the top of Hazel Rise and would mitigate the whole reason I moved out of Ipswich in the first place. I would consider moving if this went ahead,

Object

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive)

Representation ID: 442

Received: 04/10/2017

Respondent: Matt Stewart

Representation:

Not opposed to some new houses but the potential for 2000 would turn Claydon into a town and not a village. The high street is already clogged and schools are already over subscribed (since the Blakenham expansion) - I believe my two daughters education suffers as a result. Claydon does not have the infrastructure. Building on the clifftops above Fir Tree lane would remove easy access to green areas I have via the top of Hazel Rise and would mitigate the whole reason I moved out of Ipswich in the first place. I would consider moving if this went ahead,

Full text:

Not opposed to some new houses but the potential for 2000 would turn Claydon into a town and not a village. The high street is already clogged and schools are already over subscribed (since the Blakenham expansion) - I believe my two daughters education suffers as a result. Claydon does not have the infrastructure. Building on the clifftops above Fir Tree lane would remove easy access to green areas I have via the top of Hazel Rise and would mitigate the whole reason I moved out of Ipswich in the first place. I would consider moving if this went ahead,

Support

BMSDC Joint Local Plan Consultation Document (Interactive)

Representation ID: 450

Received: 05/10/2017

Respondent: Mr Peter Avis

Representation:

The in question is on the top of the quarry. Therefore a cliff edge would be on one of the edges. This was a chalk quarry, I think a major geo-survey would be required to understand the viability of building a settlement.
Access is non existent currently, a new road system would have to constructed from Church Lane, Claydon. As this would be along a path next to the existing Historic Church. There could be issues

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The in question is on the top of the quarry. Therefore a cliff edge would be on one of the edges. This was a chalk quarry, I think a major geo-survey would be required to understand the viability of building a settlement.
Access is non existent currently, a new road system would have to constructed from Church Lane, Claydon. As this would be along a path next to the existing Historic Church. There could be issues