Regulation 18 Consultation

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Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16724

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mr John Turner

Representation:

Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

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Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Very dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16729

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mr David Bedford

Representation:

Dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

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Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Very dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16733

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Clive Bellingham

Representation:

Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

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Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Very dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Very dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16737

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mrs Maureen Bellingham

Representation:

Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Very dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Very dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16741

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Jackie Diffey

Representation:

Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Very dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Very dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16750

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Ms Emma Diffey

Representation:

Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Very dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Very dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Comment

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16756

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mr R Calvey

Representation:

Unsure about the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Very dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Very dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Unsure about the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Support

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16757

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mr. Barrie Stone

Representation:

Very satisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

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Q1. Support the Draft Plan

Q2. Very satisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Very satisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very satisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very satisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Very satisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Very satisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Satisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very satisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very satisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very satisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16762

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mr C Bowers

Representation:

Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Very dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Very dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Comment

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16768

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mr M Hilton

Representation:

Unsure with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Have mixed feelings about the Draft Plan

Q2. Unsure that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Unsure with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Unsure with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16771

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mr C Wheeler

Representation:

Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Very dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Very dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Comment

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16777

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mrs A Hilton

Representation:

Unsure with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Have mixed feelings about the Draft Plan

Q2. Unsure that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Unsure with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Unsure with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16780

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Ms Brenda Scates

Representation:

Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Very dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Very dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16787

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mr Dennis Scates

Representation:

Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Very dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Very dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Very dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Very dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Object

Draft Local Plan

Representation ID: 16791

Received: 24/05/2016

Respondent: Mrs Catherine Maguire

Representation:

Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.

Full text:

Q1. Object to the Draft Plan

Q2. Dissatisfied that Brentwood Borough Council proposes to located over one third of its new housing on the edge of their border next to Basildon, with the effect that the burden (e.g. infrastructure) will fall on the Borough of Basildon.

Q3 Dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council are proposing to spread housing need across the Borough.

Q4. Dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council is protecting the Green Belt and observing its aims. Added to the development plans of Basildon Council, the housing and industrial developments proposed would create an almost unbroken strip of development in the Green Belt along the A127, effectively joining Basildon to Upminster.

Q5. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council has taken care to protect the village of Dunton Wayletts. In the Draft Plan the Council states it wants to protect the Green Belt around its villages, however Dunton Hills Garden Village combined with the development planned by Basildon Council would remove all the Green Belt land around Dunton Wayletts.

Q6. Dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability for the local road network to be improved sufficiently to handle the increased traffic. The new homes and industrial premises will add thousands more vehicles to the roads, on top of the traffic generated by Basildon's Plan. Roads such as the A127 already suffer regular congestion.

Q7. Dissatisfied in relation to the likelihood / capability of railway capacity to be increased sufficiently to accommodate the growth in passenger numbers. New homes proposed by Brentwood and Basildon Council will greatly increase the local population. The local railway service is currently overloaded at peak times.

Q8. Dissatisfied in relation to the ability for local medical services to sufficiently cope with the increased capacity generated by the additional residents.

Q9. Dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council have considered the impact that its plans would have on Dunton Wayletts, which is an important historical village.

Q10. Dissatisfied with the thought given to the risks associated with locating large housing development and schools in the Dunton area, which has extremely high levels of air pollution and is close to a major Accident Hazard Pipeline.

Q11. Very dissatisfied with the way in which Brentwood Borough Council's plans take account of the particular circumstances of those living in a mobile home. The great majority of Dunton Wayletts inhabitants live on Dunton Park.