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Representation 2618 on Preferred Options Local Plan by Judith Anderson Fowle

Support / Object: OBJECT
Document Link: Preferred Options Local Plan - Sustainable Settlements, Dedham and Dedham Heath, SS6: Dedham Heath Housing Sites
Representation: The Dedham Village Design Statement 2007 IS a Planning Guidance document. Dedham Conservation area and the three totally separate hamlets of Lamb Corner, Bargate Lane/ Long Road East and Dedham Heath are architypally rural.

Revisit the Dedham Village Design Statement and consider the needs and wishes of those living in these special areas of the Dedham Vale. The area under consideration for development has already suffered greatly from changing bungalows into executive dwellings, plus extensions, infilling causing huge strain on the infrastructure, namely the sewage system as illustrated again in recent months.

Original submission

With respect to the CBC Local Plan Proposals SS6 for Dedham, being part of the above Emerging Local Plan.

I thoroughly endorse the statements made in the feedback sent to you by John Reed together with its accompanying petition.

Although The Dedham Village Design Statement 2007 is nearing the end of its life it was accepted as a Planning Guidance Document. Unlike the recent Local Plan consultations it went to great lengths to consult. ( see page 57 ).

Dedham Conservation area and the three totally separate hamlets of Lamb Corner, Bargate Lane/ Long Road East and Dedham Heath are architypally rural.

Please would you revisit the Dedham Village Design Statement and carefully consider the needs and wishes of those living in these special areas of the Dedham Vale. Whilst appreciating that any area has to develop, as indeed Dedham has, the area you are considering at present has already suffered greatly from the changing of bungalows into executive dwellings, plus ordinary extensions, infilling and extension to the footprint causing huge strain on the infrastructure, namely the sewage system as illustrated again in recent months.

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