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Comment

Schedule of Sites Consultation Document (February 2015)

Representation ID: 1631

Received: 25/03/2015

Respondent: Environment Agency

Representation:

MOR/801 - MOR/802 and MOR/1601

We have no objections to these sites

Full text:

MOR/801 - MOR/802 and MOR/1601

We have no objections to these sites

Comment

Schedule of Sites Consultation Document (February 2015)

Representation ID: 1696

Received: 26/03/2015

Respondent: Mr Andrew Coates

Representation:

I refer to the planning application 14/01241/FL which has just been conditionally granted, which is outside the development boundary in the proposed local plan.

Please consider including the northern part of the garden of The Old Rectory, Church Lane in the sites with development potential in the Local Plan. The garden is too large for one house.

The attachment shows in a red line the planning consent just granted, as referred to above. In a blue line I have identified the part of the garden (less then half the back garden) which may have development potential.

Full text:

I refer to the planning application 14/01241/FL which has just been conditionally granted, which is outside the development boundary in the proposed local plan.

Please consider including the northern part of the garden of The Old Rectory, Church Lane in the sites with development potential in the Local Plan. The garden is too large for one house.

The attachment shows in a red line the planning consent just granted, as referred to above. In a blue line I have identified the part of the garden (less then half the back garden) which may have development potential.

Comment

Schedule of Sites Consultation Document (February 2015)

Representation ID: 1758

Received: 01/04/2015

Respondent: Morton Parish Council

Representation:

It was strongly believed that the main site identified by NEDDC was not suitable for a number of reasons including flooding, access issues and that the field
identified does not form part of the village (inappropriate location). Alternative sites were discussed including infil from Morton Grange Residential Home through to Evershill Avenue and further suitable land behind the Village Hall part of which is owned by the Parish Council with access from Red Lane. It was further
suggested that a request for S106 payments for rebuilding of the Village Hall be made one of the conditions of any planning applications.

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At our last meeting of the Parish council on 18 March a number of residents attended and following a discussion it was resolved that Morton Parish Council would make know the following observations and suggestions:

It was strongly believed that the main site identified by NEDDC was not suitable for a number of reasons including flooding, access issues and that the field
identified does not form part of the village (inappropriate location). Alternative sites were discussed including infil from Morton Grange Residential Home through to Evershill Avenue and further suitable land behind the Village Hall part of which is owned by the Parish Council with access from Red Lane. It was further
suggested that a request for S106 payments for rebuilding of the Village Hall be made one of the conditions of any planning applications.

Comment

Schedule of Sites Consultation Document (February 2015)

Representation ID: 1858

Received: 26/03/2015

Respondent: J. Cummins Ltd

Agent: Mitchell Proctor & Partners

Representation:

Site submission at Yew Tree Farm, Church Lane Morton

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Site submission at Yew Tree Farm, Church Lane Morton