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New Local Plan Options

Option 5: Kibworth SDA

Representation ID: 3939

Received: 27/10/2015

Respondent: Leicestershire Archaeological And Historical Society

Representation Summary:

* The existing schools in Kibworth will be unable to accommodate the additional number of children.
* Educating young children outside their community is against all concepts of community wellbeing, which is a major component of the NPPF.
* An increase in housing in Kibworth of up to 1200 homes will result in 1000-2000 more vehicles attempting to access the A6 from village streets. The access points (New Road, Church Road and Wistow Road) are already at capacity resulting in long queues at peak times.
* The existing health service arrangements in Kibworth are also at capacity.

Object

New Local Plan Options

Option 7: Scraptoft / Thurnby SDA and Kibworth SDA

Representation ID: 3940

Received: 27/10/2015

Respondent: Leicestershire Archaeological And Historical Society

Representation Summary:

* The existing schools in Kibworth will be unable to accommodate the additional number of children.
* Educating young children outside their community is against all concepts of community wellbeing, which is a major component of the NPPF.
* An increase in housing in Kibworth of up to 1200 homes will result in 1000-2000 more vehicles attempting to access the A6 from village streets. The access points (New Road, Church Road and Wistow Road) are already at capacity resulting in long queues at peak times.
* The existing health service arrangements in Kibworth are also at capacity.

Object

New Local Plan Options

Option 9: Lutterworth SDA and Kibworth SDA

Representation ID: 3941

Received: 27/10/2015

Respondent: Leicestershire Archaeological And Historical Society

Representation Summary:

* The existing schools in Kibworth will be unable to accommodate the additional number of children.
* Educating young children outside their community is against all concepts of community wellbeing, which is a major component of the NPPF.
* An increase in housing in Kibworth of up to 1200 homes will result in 1000-2000 more vehicles attempting to access the A6 from village streets. The access points (New Road, Church Road and Wistow Road) are already at capacity resulting in long queues at peak times.
* The existing health service arrangements in Kibworth are also at capacity.

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