SNC consulted with the public on a number of different documents that form part of the Local Plan. To see the latest progress for each document, please see their web page here.
Local Development Framework (LDF) – public consultation closed
South Norfolk Council have placed on their website the details of their consideration following the last round of public consultationregarding the selection of the preferred LDF plots around the District. You can download the spreadsheet for service villages which summarises their deliberations on all the plots put forward under the LDF. Note that the Wreningham plots will be found on pages 18 and 19.
The next, and final round, of public consultation will start on 3rd September and close on 26th October. There are a number of open access meetings scheduled where you can meet council officials:
Tuesday 11 September, 3–7pm
Mulbarton – Village Hall, The Common, Mulbarton, NR14 8AE
Wednesday 12 September, 3–7pm
Hethersett –Village Hall, Back Lane, Hethersett, NR9 3JJ
Friday 14 September, 3–7pm
Trowse – White Horse Inn, The Street, Trowse, NR14 8ST
Monday 17 September 3– 7pm
Harleston – The Swan Hotel, (Carvery Room), The Thoroughfare, Harleston, IP20 9AS
Friday 21 September 3–7pm
Hingham – Lincoln Social Centre, The Fairland, Hingham, NR9 4HW
Monday 24 September, 3–7pm
Poringland – Community Centre, Overtons Way, Poringland, NR14 7WB
Tuesday 25 September 3–7pm
Long Stratton – SNC, Council Offices, Swan Lane, NR15 2X
Friday 28 September 9–3pm
Diss – Mere’s Mouth Mere Street, Diss, IP22 4AG
Monday 1 October, 3–7pm
Costessey – Costessey Centre, Longwater Lane, Recreation Ground, NR8 5AH (Jerningham Room)
Tuesday 2 October, 3–7pm
Little Melton – Village Hall, Mill Road, Little Melton, NR9 3NX
Thursday 4 October, 3–7pm
Easton – Village Hall, Marlingford Road, Easton, NR9 5AD
Tuesday 9 October, 3– 7pm
Loddon – Library Annexe, Church Plain Loddon, NR14 6EX
Thursday 11 October 3pm – 7pm
Wymondham – Central Hall, (Tiffey Room) Back Lane, Wymondham, NR18 0QB
LDF Situation Report – May 2012
SNDC is soon to consider its planners recommendations relating to the plots of land being considered under the Local Development Framework (LDF). Draft recommendations posted on the SNDC website show 1 plot has been identified in Wreningham – this is on Church road. It also indicates that any development is likely to be limited to a maximum of 10 houses. Once the Council has considered the recommendations then the recommendations, with supporting analysis, will be published to inform a further round of consultation. As yet no definite date for this has been published.
SNDC has published for consultation (closing 6 June 2012) its Place-Making Guide. This will become the key document against which planning applications will need to reflect and by which they will be assessed by the planners. This is also a key document for parishioners to be aware of when they consider commenting on future planning applications. This document can be downloaded as a pdf at http://www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/planning/5287.asp. It is expected that the main Council will consider this document for adoption in July.
Wreningham Parish Council’s response to the SNDC LDF consultation
The Parish Council undertook to share with Wreningham Parishioners the draft of its response to South Norfolk District Council’s (SNDC) invitation to comment on the Local Development Framework (LDF). The next meeting accepted the draft and it was duly sent to SNDC in November 2011. The response presented a whole village perspective and does not comment on individual plots identified in the LDF. View it here
Consultation on new houses and jobs
South Norfolk Council (SNDC) has started the next stage of consultation on where housing and jobs growth should go in South Norfolk. This is an opportunity for you to influence where new homes and jobs will go, and what our village’s development boundary will be in the future.
They’ve worked out how many new houses and businesses and need to provide space for them in the towns and villages of South Norfolk over the next 20 years or so. They need to focus on exactly where they should be located, fine tuning the precise number according to local conditions. Your knowledge is needed in helping them make their decisions. So over the next few weeks everyone has the chance to influence where future houses, businesses, roads, shops and other facilities are built.
Land owners have suggested about 15 times more land than is needed to provide for future development. Nearly 1500 parcels of land have been proposed. About 100 are needed so SNDC is asking you to tell us which land should be set aside for which use especially new houses. The future of Long Stratton and Wymondham are particularly important and they will be asking you about special action plans for them.
The SNDC document which provides the background to the 2nd Public Consultation (Regulation 25) addresses:
Sites suggested for development
Settlement specific policies
and is accessible via this link (4.7Mbyte pdf file)
Specific Wreningham Sites
Wreningham is earmarked for 10-20 new houses and comments received will help SNDC decide the actual amount and their placement. The links to the information about the 11 sites in Wreningham are (SNDC reference number within brackets):
- New Site – Land at Woodland Cottages, Hethel Road, Wreningham (1172)
- New Site – Land adj. Builder’s yard on Church Road, Wreningham (1175)
- land at The Birches, Top Row, Wreningham (0632)
- land at The Fairlands, Wreningham (0705)
- Nursery site, land off Mill Lane, Wreningham (0795)
- Land at Toprow – adj Shamrock Cottage, Wreningham (0914a)
- Land at Toprow – adj Shamrock Cottage, Wreningham (0914b)
- Land adj. Homestead Church Lane, Wreningham (0915)
- Land at Hethel Road, Wreningham (1042).