H62 Potential Additional Housing Site

Devon Road
Dollar

H62 Potential Additional Housing Site

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H62 Potential Additional Housing Site

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H62
The Lower Mains playground significant improvement.

H62
Lower Mains very prone to flooding high water table. Approach to village ?? will be impacted what scale and pricing accessibility ££

H62
If development starts south of the old railway line where will it stop?
- No Greenbelt here.

H62
Development in this area has a huge negative visual impact as you approach from the south!

H62
- Only unspoiled approach left to Dollar!
- Acts as flood retention field.
- Will increase down-stream flooding initially.
- What value the last H62 Enquiry.

H62
No to new houses in Lower Mains.
- Inadequate sewage
- Poor drainage/flood risk to Lower Mains residents.
- Lack of parking in Dollar.
- Poor access.

H62
Mr Peter Duncan,
Used to be raspberry fields.

H62
Has viable economic case for further non-executive housing in Dollar been made when any significant expansion (eg. As per H62) would also require major investment, infrastructure, sewage and flood prevention so making house cost prohibitive.

H62
This is the wrong side of Devon road. The east side is the correct site for further development. It lends itself to amenity planning gala.

H62
Higher priority should be given to clearing roads in Lower Mains during bad weather.
- No pavements.
- Many elderly and people with children use road.

H62
This would be contrary to your protection of environment policy. Would lead to increased flooding and increase of overflow from the sewage plant into the Devon. Already a problem.

H62
Is this not Ribbon development.

H62
During R-Devon spates there is a history of cellars flooding in the old West Church and neighbouring property due to flood water running along the field drains. Check water table.

H62
This site has already been the subject of a Public enquiry as was rejected as a possible development site. Why on map?

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H62
The Lower Mains playground significant improvement.

H62
Lower Mains very prone to flooding high water table. Approach to village ?? will be impacted what scale and pricing accessibility ££

H62
If development starts south of the old railway line where will it stop?
- No Greenbelt here.

H62
Development in this area has a huge negative visual impact as you approach from the south!

H62
- Only unspoiled approach left to Dollar!
- Acts as flood retention field.
- Will increase down-stream flooding initially.
- What value the last H62 Enquiry.

H62
No to new houses in Lower Mains.
- Inadequate sewage
- Poor drainage/flood risk to Lower Mains residents.
- Lack of parking in Dollar.
- Poor access.

H62
Mr Peter Duncan,
Used to be raspberry fields.

H62
Has viable economic case for further non-executive housing in Dollar been made when any significant expansion (eg. As per H62) would also require major investment, infrastructure, sewage and flood prevention so making house cost prohibitive.

H62
This is the wrong side of Devon road. The east side is the correct site for further development. It lends itself to amenity planning gala.

H62
Higher priority should be given to clearing roads in Lower Mains during bad weather.
- No pavements.
- Many elderly and people with children use road.

H62
This would be contrary to your protection of environment policy. Would lead to increased flooding and increase of overflow from the sewage plant into the Devon. Already a problem.

H62
Is this not Ribbon development.

H62
During R-Devon spates there is a history of cellars flooding in the old West Church and neighbouring property due to flood water running along the field drains. Check water table.

H62
This site has already been the subject of a Public enquiry as was rejected as a possible development site. Why on map?

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