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SUPPORT Charles Gooch represented by Strutt & Parker LLP (Mr Andy Butcher)
See submission for full text and plans. Summary:
The Proposals Map identifies both the land at Elmstead Road and the land at Colchester Road for residential development in accordance with the Wivenhoe Neighbourhood Plan. We support this approach and submitted representations supporting the Neighbourhood Plan during the September 2016 pre-submission consultation.
Clarity is sort regarding the neighbourhood plan's requirement of a cemetery at Elmstead Road which is not mentioned in SS18.
More details about Rep ID: 3152
COMMENT Environment Agency (Mr Martin Barrell)
We would wish to be involved with the strategic development of the Neighbourhood Plan. There are flood risk issues with regard to the location of development, including access to the Colne Flood Barrier, an essential element of infrastructure for the whole Borough.
More details about Rep ID: 2992
COMMENT Historic England -East of England (Ms N Gates)
We note that one of the proposed site allocations borders grade II 14, 15 and 16 Colchester Road. As the Neighbourhood Plan is developed consideration of these heritage assets and their setting is required.
More details about Rep ID: 2677
COMMENT Natural England (Kayleigh Cheese)
SS18: Wivenhoe - Colne Estuary SSSI, Essex Estuary SAC, Colne Estuary (Mid-Essex Coast Phase 2) SPA and Ramsar. Upper Colne Marshes SSSI.
All direct and indirect impacts to designated sites need to be assessed, for impacts such as recreational disturbance, water quality, water dependency and direct land take of functionally linked land. This should be fully covered in the SA. Policies may need amending after the HRA is completed. Green infrastructure provision is essential to reduce impacts from recreational disturbance at these sites.
More details about Rep ID: 2467
COMMENT Essex County Council (Matthew Jericho)
Growth would generate up to 75 primary aged pupils and up to 50 secondary aged pupils. Broomgrove Infant and Junior Schools and Millfields Primary School, operating at, or close to, capacity. Likely that there would be a need to expand either Broomgrove Infant and Junior Schools or Millfields Primary School by 1/2 form of entry (105-places).
Growth would generate an additional 22 childcare places which could be created by either extending existing local provision or by building a new facility.
Surface water risks in the area- appropriate for Neighbourhood plan to include the provision of SuDS.
More details about Rep ID: 2352
SUPPORT WL 2010 Ltd represented by Pomery Planning Consultants (Robert Pomery)
The respondents, WL2010 Limited who own land to the north of Rectory Hill, Wivenhoe, which is identified as a broad location for growth on the Wivenhoe Policy Map, support Policy SS18.
The broad growth locations identified in the policy and on the Policy Map are the result of extensive site assessment work undertaken by the Wivenhoe Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group, in consultation with Wivenhoe residents. As such, they are considered to be the most appropriate sustainable and deliverable locations, capable of meeting the town's growth needs.
More details about Rep ID: 1819
OBJECT miss fleur forsyth
Colchester General Hospital is unfit for purpose. The commute to my workplace is awful and alternative transport is not workable. As a community nurse a car is essential. As a Wivenhoe resident I'm forced to become a health tourist and use my family address to access a GP outside of the area. In addition my Niece and Nephew are forced to attend seperate primary schools as there is no capacity for them residing in Wivenhoe. I enjoy the greenbelt the town of Wivenhoe, and am apalled at the diregard CBC has for it's residents.
More details about Rep ID: 1718
COMMENT The Wivenhoe Society (secretary
Small data/factual points paragraph 6.237 : The paragraph refers to a number of new homes within the Parish which will be allocated in the University Garden Village.
The administrative area, Wivenhoe Parish, is the land to the south of Boundary Road. The land to the north of the A 133 lies in Wivenhoe Ward but not Wivenhoe Parish.
The combined wards of Wivenhoe Cross and Wivenhoe Quay, which now form Wivenhoe ward, contained 3,595 dwellings in 201 1 and Wivenhoe Parish which
includes the Town had 3,482 dwellings in 201 1 . There has been some building since 2011)
More details about Rep ID: 1656
SUPPORT The Wivenhoe Society (secretary
The Wivenhoe Society welcomes the fact that the Local Plan is in accord with the
draft Neighbourhood Plan though this has yet to go to referendum.
More details about Rep ID: 1654
OBJECT Professor Alison Rowlands
Local infrastructure cannot cope with this number of new houses. The planning document states that both Wivenhoe primary schools are already at capacity; so where are the children from the new houses to go? Where will all the kids go to secondary school? Wivenhoe Surgery is already very stretched, and the local dentist is closed to NHS patients. In the bigger picture, how will Colchester General Hospital cope with the constant increase in local population?
More details about Rep ID: 1366
SUPPORT Cllr Julie Young
The Wivenhoe Local Plan group have worked hard at developing a plan that is sensitive to local concerns about housing numbers impacting on local services and support the proposals.
More details about Rep ID: 1185
OBJECT Mr Phil Coleman
The current infrastructure cannot cope with more homes of such a large level in this area.
More details about Rep ID: 1034