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Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8100

Received: 03/09/2021

Representation Summary:

I am very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon and Begwary. The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore, we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Duloe Field (3420) was also added late. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered.

1.4 100 word summary

The site at Dennybrook expanded in area by around 25% after the call for sites closed to engulf the hamlets of Honeydon and Begwary. We were informed only 8 months after the call for sites closed about this expansion which left only 4 weeks for residents to consider this and seek advice before the consultation on the Draft Local Plan openened. Duloe Field (site 3420) was also submitted after the deadline. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered and certainly not very large sites submitted 8 months after the deadline.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8139

Received: 03/09/2021

Representation Summary:

I am very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon and Begwary. The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore, we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Duloe Field (3420) was also added late. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered.

1.4 100 word summary

The site at Dennybrook expanded in area by around 25% after the call for sites closed to engulf the hamlets of Honeydon and Begwary. We were informed only 8 months after the call for sites closed about this expansion which left only 4 weeks for residents to consider this and seek advice before the consultation on the Draft Local Plan openened. Duloe Field (site 3420) was also submitted after the deadline. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered and certainly not very large sites submitted 8 months after the deadline.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8237

Received: 03/09/2021

Representation Summary:

Staploe Parish Council are very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon . The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore, we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8281

Received: 03/09/2021

Representation Summary:

Staploe Parish Council are very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon . The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore, we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Duloe Field (3420) was also added late. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered.

1.4 100 word summary

The site at Dennybrook expanded in area by around 25% after the call for sites closed to engulf the hamlets of Honeydon and Begwary. We were informed only 8 months after the call for sites closed about this expansion which left only 4 weeks for residents to consider this and seek advice before the consultation on the Draft Local Plan openened. Duloe Field (site 3420) was also submitted after the deadline. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered and certainly not very large sites submitted 8 months after the deadline.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8324

Received: 03/09/2021

Representation Summary:

Staploe Parish Council are very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon. The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8417

Received: 03/09/2021

Representation Summary:

My home is in the very centre of the Dennybrook development site and in some of Taylor Wimpey documentation is even included as part of the development which is very misleading. I live in an isolated farmhouse surrounded by fields of wheat which could one day be housing…..how does that not change the character of the environment and a permanent change for future generations. The wildlife and flora of this area contains some protected species which there can be no mitigation measures which will achieve anything like appropriate protection of the rural character or natural gems which these fields and hedgerows promote.
I am very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon and Begwary. The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Duloe Field (3420) was also added late. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered.

1.4 100 word summary

The site at Dennybrook expanded in area by around 25% after the call for sites closed to engulf the hamlets of Honeydon and Begwary. We were informed only 8 months after the call for sites closed about this expansion which left only 4 weeks for residents to consider this and seek advice before the consultation on the Draft Local Plan opened. Duloe Field (site 3420) was also submitted after the deadline. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered and certainly not very large sites submitted 8 months after the deadline.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8524

Received: 03/09/2021

Representation Summary:

Staploe Parish Council are very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon . The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore, we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8596

Received: 13/09/2021

Representation Summary:

Staploe Parish Council are very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon and Begwary. The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Duloe Field (3420) was also added late. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8663

Received: 13/09/2021

Representation Summary:

Staploe Parish Council are very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon and Begwary. The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8726

Received: 28/09/2021

Representation Summary:

I am very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon and Begwary. The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Duloe Field (3420) was also added late. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered.

1.4 100 word summary

The site at Dennybrook expanded in area by around 25% after the call for sites closed to engulf the hamlets of Honeydon and Begwary. We were informed only 8 months after the call for sites closed about this expansion which left only 4 weeks for residents to consider this and seek advice before the consultation on the Draft Local Plan openened. Duloe Field (site 3420) was also submitted after the deadline. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered and certainly not very large sites submitted 8 months after the deadline.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8755

Received: 29/09/2021

Representation Summary:

Staploe Parish Council are very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon and Begwary. The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them. In addition, a new site of around 3000 homes at Eaton Bank in Duloe was submitted on 2nd September - the day before the consultation closed. Duloe Field (3420) was also added late. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered, and certainly not without further consultation to consider additional comments that may be pertinent to the draft Local Plan going forward.

1.4 100 word summary

The site at Dennybrook expanded in area by around 25% after the call for sites closed to engulf the hamlets of Honeydon and Begwary. We were informed only 8 months after the call for sites closed about this expansion which left only 4 weeks for residents to consider this and seek advice before the consultation on the Draft Local Plan openened. Duloe Field (site 3420) and Eaton Bank in Duloe were also submitted after the deadline. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered and certainly not very large sites submitted many months after the deadline.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8879

Received: 30/09/2021

Representation Summary:

I am very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon and Begwary. The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes.
1.4 100 word summary
The site at Dennybrook expanded in area by around 25% after the call for sites closed to engulf the hamlets of Honeydon and Begwary. 8 months after the call for sites closed about this expansion which left only 4 weeks for residents to consider this and seek advice before the consultation on the Draft Local Plan opened. Duloe Field (site 3420) was also submitted after the deadline. I do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered and certainly not very large sites submitted 8 months after the deadline.

Object

Local Plan 2040 Draft Plan - Strategy options and draft policies consultation

Representation ID: 8915

Received: 01/10/2021

Representation Summary:

I am very concerned that this call for sites initially showed Dennybrook (site 977) as a much smaller site beyond the boundaries of Honeydon. We were only informed in May 2021 (an astonishing 8 months after the call for sites closed) that the site boundary had expanded by approximately 25% to engulf the whole of the hamlet of Honeydon and Begwary. The new site showed many existing homes surrounded on all sides by housing estates. Therefore we believe that the call for sites was not conducted in an open and transparent manner. Residents only had one month to gather their thoughts about this enormous new development of up to 10,800 homes which engulfed their properties before the draft consultation opened. We do not believe this is a fair consultation for them.

Duloe Field (3420) was also added late. We do not believe sites submitted after the deadline should be considered.