West Suffolk Local Plan (Regulation 18) Issues and Options October 2020

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The Stennett Trustees (The Ste… 22 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham

  • Comment ID: 1259
  • Status: Accepted
The village is well positioned for a significant level of growth.
Mr Frank Stennett (Stennetts) 22 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham

  • Comment ID: 1260
  • Status: Accepted
Sites WS118 and WS120. After just talking online with an officer who stated ‘If a response is on behalf of a trust we would need confirmation that all parties are in agreement with the comments submitted’ I can confirm that all parties for WS118 and WS120 are not in agreement. Sites WS375, WS374 S.K. Spittle’s land (Malcolm’s sister) and our own land behind the Church, (WS375, WS374) which was submitted to West Suffolk Council, and this land is all available
Mr Peter Turner 21 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham

  • Comment ID: 1337
  • Status: Accepted
Concerns regarding development to the north and south of Ingham. It seems the proposed development would increase the size of the village by well over double its original size. Another dozen or so houses is possible but to do more is harmful and very bad planning.
Martin Hawley 21 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham

  • Comment ID: 1108
  • Status: Accepted
WS120. The proposed addition of 219 houses would more than double the size of the existing village and would completely change its character. When the previous development was approved in 2016 it was stated that there would be no further expansion of the village.
Martin Hawley 21 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham

  • Comment ID: 1125
  • Status: Accepted
WS118. The proposed addition of 465 houses is more than double the existing size of the village and would completely change its character. When the previous development was approved in 2016 it was stated that there would be no further expansion of the village.
Francesca Hawley 21 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham

  • Comment ID: 1140
  • Status: Accepted
WS118. The suggested addition of 465 homes is more than double the existing size of the village and completely destroy the character. When the previous development was approved in 2016, it was stated that there would be no more further expansion to the village.
Francesca Hawley 21 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham

  • Comment ID: 1141
  • Status: Accepted
WS120. The suggested addition of 219 homes is more than double the existing size of the village and completely destroy the character. When the previous development was approved in 2016, it was stated that there would be no more further expansion to the village.
Mr Hugo Greer-Walker 21 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham

  • Comment ID: 1151
  • Status: Accepted
WS118 WS120 taken together the total could be 700 which is completely out of proportion with the existing settlement and will cause a high volume of traffic through surrounding villages to the A14. WS118 must be reduced substantially and it should be clear on the face of it that the two plots are alternatives. It should not be possible to develop both.
B Cobbold 19 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham

  • Comment ID: 633
  • Status: Accepted
Objection to the plans for housing development in Ingham. I object strongly to the plans for more housing in Ingham as our village already has to contend with the very busy A134 with numerous HGVs making it an extremely unpleasant and dangerous road to walk to our local shop and church. Also the loss of yet more agricultural land to housing will be detrimental to our need for increasing food production.
Rev Tony Redman (St Bartholome… 16 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham

  • Comment ID: 494
  • Status: Accepted
Facilities do not include the parish chruch. The church building has been modernised for use by the wider community, and uses include parish council meetings, poling station,. keep fit, wellness sessions, coffee mornings etc. outreach to the lonely in the community and pop up cafes. It is the only enclosed, heated, public open space community facility within the village.
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