Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

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Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

1.2.1

Representation ID: 30891

Received: 07/03/2016

Respondent: EMRAG

Representation Summary:

Failure to include in aspirations the need to provide public facilities that are presently missing in Romsey and for which this is one of the few sites where they could be provided ( Dr's Surgery, Primary School, Pre-School) or small scale artisan workshops.

Full text:

Failure to include in aspirations the need to provide public facilities that are presently missing in Romsey and for which this is one of the few sites where they could be provided ( Dr's Surgery, Primary School, Pre-School) or small scale artisan workshops.

Object

Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

2.5.9 - School provision

Representation ID: 30892

Received: 07/03/2016

Respondent: EMRAG

Representation Summary:

School provision in Romsey is already oversubscribed. Unless the County believes that children should have to walk ( or more likely be driven given the distance) to Primary Schools beyond their immediate neighbourhood this site represents one of the last opportunities to rectify this failing. Waiting for the County Report means the likelihood of utilising this site will have been lost. Contributions towards other distant schools ( Abbey Meadows or St Matthews?) are inadequate and mark a failure of the County to provide neighbourhood schools.

Full text:

School provision in Romsey is already oversubscribed. Unless the County believes that children should have to walk ( or more likely be driven given the distance) to Primary Schools beyond their immediate neighbourhood this site represents one of the last opportunities to rectify this failing. Waiting for the County Report means the likelihood of utilising this site will have been lost. Contributions towards other distant schools ( Abbey Meadows or St Matthews?) are inadequate and mark a failure of the County to provide neighbourhood schools.

Object

Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

2.6.8 - Cycle and pedestrian network

Representation ID: 30893

Received: 07/03/2016

Respondent: EMRAG

Representation Summary:

Why isn't the cycle route in Cromwell Road installed recently mentioned?

Full text:

Why isn't the cycle route in Cromwell Road installed recently mentioned?

Support

Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

2.6.9

Representation ID: 30894

Received: 07/03/2016

Respondent: EMRAG

Representation Summary:

Agree as long as route goes down Cromwell Rd not Brampton Road

Full text:

Agree as long as route goes down Cromwell Rd not Brampton Road

Object

Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

2.6.10 - Link accross the railway

Representation ID: 30895

Received: 07/03/2016

Respondent: EMRAG

Representation Summary:

The 'Scoping' exercise is very limited and relies on the assessment of the county who will never spend money on anything unless they legally have to do so. An independent assessment should be made. Mill Road bridge is patently unsafe except for confident cyclists, and if St Matthews becomes the designated Primary School for the area then a crossing either over or under the railway would be a safe and much needed facility. Space needs to be left to build either a bridge or tunnel ( as at Royston ?) in future.

Full text:

The 'Scoping' exercise is very limited and relies on the assessment of the county who will never spend money on anything unless they legally have to do so. An independent assessment should be made. Mill Road bridge is patently unsafe except for confident cyclists, and if St Matthews becomes the designated Primary School for the area then a crossing either over or under the railway would be a safe and much needed facility. Space needs to be left to build either a bridge or tunnel ( as at Royston ?) in future.

Object

Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

2.6.13

Representation ID: 30896

Received: 07/03/2016

Respondent: EMRAG

Representation Summary:

Has the idea of a bridge/tunnel from Cavendish Rd entrance to rail tracks to Council Depot been properly assessed ?

Full text:

Has the idea of a bridge/tunnel from Cavendish Rd entrance to rail tracks to Council Depot been properly assessed ?

Object

Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

2.7.1

Representation ID: 30897

Received: 07/03/2016

Respondent: EMRAG

Representation Summary:

This fails to mention:
1. Romsey Rec is already fully used. The recent council consultation recognised this, and the danger of increasing useage destroying the character of the park.
2. Coldhams Common is inaccessible to children due to the dangerous road crossing.

Full text:

This fails to mention:
1. Romsey Rec is already fully used. The recent council consultation recognised this, and the danger of increasing useage destroying the character of the park.
2. Coldhams Common is inaccessible to children due to the dangerous road crossing.

Object

Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

2.7.1

Representation ID: 30898

Received: 07/03/2016

Respondent: EMRAG

Representation Summary:

3. The existing open spaces in Cromwell road are failed parks - there is no linkage,and no facilities for ball games etc.

Full text:

3. The existing open spaces in Cromwell road are failed parks - there is no linkage,and no facilities for ball games etc.

Support

Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

4.2.3

Representation ID: 30899

Received: 07/03/2016

Respondent: EMRAG

Representation Summary:

support

Full text:

support

Object

Ridgeons, Cromwell Road: Supplementary Planning Document

4.4.5 - Open space character areas

Representation ID: 30900

Received: 07/03/2016

Respondent: EMRAG

Representation Summary:

The open space is too narrow - it looks more like a verge than an open space. Where is the area for ball games or play areas that do not disturb neighbours ? Where are the allotments ? The informal wild area is appears to be in an overshaddowed corner over looked by the proposed marque building.

Full text:

The open space is too narrow - it looks more like a verge than an open space. Where is the area for ball games or play areas that do not disturb neighbours ? Where are the allotments ? The informal wild area is appears to be in an overshaddowed corner over looked by the proposed marque building.

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