Policy AL11: Hunston Parish

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3447

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Jennifer Berriman

Representation Summary:

200 extra house being built in our rural village will mean an increase in traffic using the already very busy B2145. Medical and front line services will take longer to reach those in need.

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200 extra house being built in our rural village will mean an increase in traffic using the already very busy B2145. Medical and front line services will take longer to reach those in need.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3448

Received: 07/02/2019

Respondent: Jim Talman

Representation Summary:

Infrastructure at breaking point.
Traffic at peak times gridlocked.
More pollution.
Wildlife & environment killed off.
Lane to houses not fit for purpose.

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Infrastructure at breaking point.
Traffic at peak times gridlocked.
More pollution.
Wildlife & environment killed off.
Lane to houses not fit for purpose.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3449

Received: 07/02/2019

Respondent: Geraldine Talman

Representation Summary:

Roads can not cope now with traffic.
Front line services can not cope with any more residents.

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Roads can not cope now with traffic.
Front line services can not cope with any more residents.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3450

Received: 03/02/2019

Respondent: Alan Duffy

Representation Summary:

Object to Hunston allocation on following grounds:
- Loss of agricultural land/food production
- Balance of nature
- Additional housing proposed by Arun DC to add to traffic on B2166 and B2145
- Pollution from increased traffic

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3451

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Sophie Morton

Representation Summary:

The destructive impact on local wildlife will be considerable. Hunston Copse will be lost to local residents behind the new proposed site.
There is an unfair allocation of housing compared to other communities. It would increase the size of the village by 35-40% and fundamentally destroy the character of the community.

The B2145 is the 4th busiest B road in the UK. It is already heavily congregated and is difficult to turn onto in Hunston. It also makes access to the Selsey Peninsula extremely slow, especially in summertime. The road cannot support more traffic and pollution.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3453

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Shane Morton

Representation Summary:

- Unfair allocation of housing in comparison to other localities. It would increase the size of the village by 35-40% and fundamentally destroy the character of the community.
- The B2145 is the 4th busiest B road in the UK. It is already heavily congested and is difficult to turn onto in Hunston. It also makes access to the Selsey Peninsula extremely slow. The road cannot support more traffic and pollution.
- There is insufficient access and drainage on the proposed site.
- The destructive impact on local wildlife will be considerable. Hunston Copse will be lost to local residents.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3463

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Jacquie Morton

Representation Summary:

Increased flooding risk.

No indications that current sewage, drainage and water utilies will cope with development.

Change from HELAA 2018 allocations not acceptable.

Current plans would add 900 cars to B2145 and 800 to B2166 all meeting at the roundabout north of Hunston.

Increase in traffic and housing will result in increased air pollution, damaging peoples health.

Different numbers proposed from SA of the Site Allocation DPD 2018.

We cannot afford to give up productive land.

Population of the Peninsula doubles in the summer, current road infrastructure cannot cope.

Hunston Copse and surrounding fields support a wide range of wildlife.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3464

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Ben Morton

Representation Summary:

Local schools including Mundham, Sidlesham and the Free School are full.

The proposal of houses would increase the population size dramatically. This would change a rural village into a subsection of Chichester and lose its identity as well as crucial land used to harvest crops.

The A27 is almost always gridlocked, creating problems down the B2145. New housing would create pandemonium at the roundabout north of Hunston.

Without any GP surgeries in the local area, Hunston residents use surgeries in Chichester. 200 new families would have to register there too.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3465

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Mrs A E M Green

Representation Summary:

Too many houses allocated for Hunston

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Too many houses allocated for Hunston

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Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3466

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Mr P J Green

Representation Summary:

No building at the end of Southover Way

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No building at the end of Southover Way

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Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3467

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Mr Benjamin Thompson

Representation Summary:

200 additional houses is a significant increase in dwellings for this village of Hunston relative to its current size. Main concern with impact to road networks and access - the main B road is already too busy and overused for access. Hunston is not a suitable location for this number of homes with limited services for an already packed village. Please consider alternative locations and a significant reduction in the number of proposed dwellings.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3468

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: George Anthony Booker

Representation Summary:

The roads and sewers will not be able to take the amount of houses.
What about doctors and schools.
In particular the main road gets packed in the mornings and at night. In summer it is a lot worse.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3469

Received: 07/02/2019

Respondent: Brian Snelling

Representation Summary:

There should be no impact on the large number of wild animals in and around the Hunston Copse, including deer, foxes and larger numbers of birds.

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Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3470

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Katy Bowering

Representation Summary:

Location is not suitable for the amount of houses proposed. Traffic is already a nightmare getting out of Hunston in the mornings. This area has already been intruded by the Free School. This village will no longer be a village.

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Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3471

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Mrs Karen Bowering

Representation Summary:

Although additional housing is needed and I'm not objecting to all new building, I think that the village will be ruined but building near the ancient woodland. Ther is so much wildlife there which is enjoyed by walkers, young and old. There is plenty of other sites available to build. Hunston is beautiful village and loved by everyone. Hunston is becoming too big and has already enough traffic on the roads. Its becoming dangerous on the road, too much traffic.

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Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3472

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Hannah Bowering

Representation Summary:

We can't afford to lose the woodland and wildlife and the beautiful views that we have. The traffic this will cause will be ridiculous. It is already and issue in the area and has been made worse since the Free School opened. I just think there are other areas this can be built on.

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Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3473

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Hannah Thompson

Representation Summary:

200 homes will have a significant impact on our local wildlife and additional traffic/congestion will raise local pollution levels. Roads are already too busy and dangerous for people to cross at times. Fully object to this proposal - too many homes given the current size of the village - too significant a step change in the population here.

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Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3474

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Gail Poulton

Representation Summary:

Traffic congestion. Traffic build up on the B2145 nortwards will have a big impact and knock-on effect on traffic into Chichester on already highly congested roads, causing delays and tailbacks.

Traffic pollution. Increased traffic will significantly increase air pollution and will be detrimental to childrens health and those with respiratory illnesses, young and old.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3475

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Brian Poulton

Representation Summary:

200 new homes would change the nature of our community as Hunston and N Mundham would be linked by new homes, instead of by rural land which provides a valuable recreational amenity.

Large scale development on good agricultural land will seriously impact the wildlife habitat which links to the ancient woodland at Hunston Copse.

Increasing development on the peninsula will add to serious congestion, especially the A27 junction with B2145. We have already seen increased congestion due to CFS traffic.

We already have problems with surface water drainage and sewage overload. 200 new homes will add significantly to these problems.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3483

Received: 02/02/2019

Respondent: Mrs Barbara Reeve

Representation Summary:

Object to Hunston allocation on following grounds:
Protection of Ancient Woodland
Views to the Copse obscured by development
Congestion
Pollution
Increased car use
Poor bus service

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3484

Received: 30/01/2019

Respondent: Michelle Peters

Representation Summary:

Object to Hunston allocation on following grounds:
Lack of infrastructure
Traffic congestion
Protection of The Copse

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Comment

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3488

Received: 08/02/2019

Respondent: Margaret Beazley

Representation Summary:

Sewers already inadequate - Southover Way residents often troubled by back-up int their toilets.
Fields opposit Spotted Cow flood in winter, High Trees road regularly flooded.

New school places for primary children needed now - Mundham school has been full for years and no school in Hunston.
Footpaths along Mundham road narrow and dangerous with volume of traffic. No footpath along B2145 between substation and Free School.

Skylarks used to be abundant in wheat fields here. All gone now and wheatfields to be built on and green pastures to go as well.
Pollution from roads gets worse.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3491

Received: 06/02/2019

Respondent: Marie Tidswell

Representation Summary:

Hunston is low lying and cannot sustain further building without flooding.

Even a 30metre margin would affect the air flow in the woods and destroy habitats of Hunston Copse.

If CDC can prevent roasting coffee beans for 2hours a week in St James' Industrial Estate due to pollution surely they cannot condone more traffic pollution.

I do not wish to live in an extension to Chichester.

The B2145 is over used already and the side road inadequate for the volume of traffic.

The peninsula can not take any further traffic.

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3492

Received: 17/01/2019

Respondent: Ms Sandra Pascoal-Lima

Representation Summary:

Object to Hunston allocation on following grounds:
Pollution levels
Speed of traffic and increased accidents
Current properties empty
Wildlife protection
Lack of S106 spends from current developments
Canal path unsuitable for travelling to school

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Object

Local Plan Review: Preferred Approach 2016-2035

Representation ID: 3500

Received: 03/02/2019

Respondent: G K Stubbington

Representation Summary:

Object to Hunston allocation on following grounds:
Crime
Impossible to leave the Manhood Peninsula

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