Sub Regional Centre

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Comment

New Local Plan Options

Representation ID: 1903

Received: 30/10/2015

Respondent: LUBENHAM Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Lutterworth seems to fit the criteria of a Sub regional centre.

Comment

New Local Plan Options

Representation ID: 1905

Received: 30/10/2015

Respondent: LUBENHAM Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Harborough already has considerable expansion proposed within the currently allocated SDA with Business growth areas also allocated. Whilst it may be considered as a Sub regional centre, the integration of these large developments is necessary before further development is proposed so as not to put undue pressure on infrastructure until work is completed. Why is Lutterworth not defined as a sub regional centre - it equally has a good range of shops which could be improved if it were categorised differently.

Object

New Local Plan Options

Representation ID: 1981

Received: 27/10/2015

Respondent: mrs wendy barrow

Representation Summary:

This will spoil my privacy, my house will be over looked by property on higher ground.

Object

New Local Plan Options

Representation ID: 1983

Received: 27/10/2015

Respondent: mrs wendy barrow

Representation Summary:

This will spoil my privacy, my house will be over looked by property on higher ground.

Support

New Local Plan Options

Representation ID: 2003

Received: 27/10/2015

Respondent: Andrew Granger & Co

Agent: Andrew Granger & Co

Representation Summary:

As the largest town in the District Market Harborough is extremely well placed to accommodate major housing, employment, and community infrastructure. The attractiveness and vibrancy of the town, as a place to live and work must be sustained and maintained.

Support

New Local Plan Options

Representation ID: 2503

Received: 28/10/2015

Respondent: Jo Brodrick

Representation Summary:

Whilst Market Harborough can sustain some growth and benefits from good rail links - roads are at times gridlocked and significant investment is required to manage traffic flow more effectively. Bus routes to the developing town of Corby are poor and public transport costs expensive meaning a high level of car ownership and usage. This needs to be factored into a town wide strategy.

Support

New Local Plan Options

Representation ID: 3504

Received: 30/10/2015

Respondent: Mrs Charlotte Johnston

Representation Summary:

Market Harborough is an important sub-regional centre for surrounding villages, but access to its facilities from the east (eg Great Easton) is restricted to access by car due to lack of appropriate public transport links.