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

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Rev Tony Redman (St Bartholome… 16 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham settlement map showing included SHELAA sites

  • Comment ID: 495
  • Status: Accepted
"Place of Worship" definition. Map simply shows the parish church as a "place of Worship". Whilst this is its primary function, it is also a community facility, and plays its part in the development of local identity as a treasure of memories, depositor of the remains of loved ones, and a focus for local identity. It is the oldest heritage building within the community, and a focal point from a landscape point of view. it is far more than simply a place of worship, and this should be credited.
Mrs Sally Hayhoe 10 Dec 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham settlement map showing included SHELAA sites

  • Comment ID: 317
  • Status: Accepted
Building on agriculture land. The residents that live in Beauford and Culford road will loose the beautiful views of the country side which is one of the many reasons we all live in a Village, please don’t turn our little Village in to a small town/suberb.
Veronica Savage 20 Nov 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham settlement map showing included SHELAA sites

  • Comment ID: 151
  • Status: Accepted
WS118 and WS120. I totally object to the building of a huge amount of houses for a number of reasons. The A134 is an ordinary A road & is already one of the most dangerous roads in the county. More traffic is a ludicrous idea & will encourage more people to get to the A14 or Bury St Edmunds by cutting through using narrow country lanes to Culford which has far more traffic than it ever had before due to traffic heading towards Brandon and Thetford and simply doesn't need more.
Mrs S Spittle (c/o agent) 29 Oct 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham settlement map showing included SHELAA sites

  • Comment ID: 120
  • Status: Accepted
WS374 is very well-related to the existing Settlement Boundary of Ingham which runs along the site’s northern and western boundaries. As such, residential development of the site would be a natural extension to the village. The site’s relationship with the built-up area has been further consolidated by the new play area to south of the site which also provides separation to the listed buildings.
Veronica Brayshaw 22 Oct 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham settlement map showing included SHELAA sites

  • Comment ID: 32
  • Status: Accepted
Entry points and volume of housing. With regards to entry point to the proposed sites, I believe that these would have to be from A134 as entry from Culford Road will be both dangerous due to it's narrow nature and also put unacceptable strain on the Culford Road/A134 junction. With regards to the proposed housing quantity, the current village has 444 residents per your report. Adding potentially 600+ houses could add at least 1,200+ residents to the area.
Mrs Lucy Snowdon 21 Oct 2020

Part 3 - settlements Type A Villages Ingham Ingham settlement map showing included SHELAA sites

  • Comment ID: 30
  • Status: Accepted
The new plans will swamp the village and limited amenities with no benefit to the village