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Do not object to some development but the scale is too large. At the present time the main roads ie Mill Road, Colchester Road, The Strood and East Road are inadequate for cars and also heavy lorries servicing the supermarkets, thereby increasing the volume of traffic, therefore, the 2 developments proposed for the Island would seriously increase the waiting times at The Strood after a high tide, both egress and ingress to the Island. Therefore detrimental to the emergency services attending a serious accident or the need of a person requiring an ambulance after a heart-attack. The infrastructure relating to GP's, schools, sewerage, water supply, parking are already inadequate for the current population. Further development in the proposed Local Plan would seriously overwhelm these facilities.
It would be sensible to give consideration to dredging The Strood, thereby reducing the height of the water coverage of The Strood at high tide.