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1 About our scheme Welcome to our public exhibition Taylor Wimpey East Anglia intends to submit a detailed planning application for a new residential development of 39 high-quality homes at the B&M Concrete site, off Falkenham Road, Kirton. B&M Concrete has recently secured planning permission to move to a new site immediately south of its current premises. This has enabled the company to make its existing works available for development while retaining its operations in the village and continuing to provide jobs for local people. Earlier this year we held a public consultation to give local people the chance to view and comment upon our emerging development plans for this site. The comments we received have been taken into consideration in our final planning application and this exhibition gives you the chance to find out more about our final scheme. About the site The proposed development site (outlined in red on the map pictured below) covers an area of 1.5 hectares (3.7 acres) and is currently occupied by the B&M Concrete industrial site, south of Falkenham Road. The site is accessed from Falkenham Road and is bordered by existing housing to the north, north-east and north-west, with a children s play area and recreation ground to the east and south-east. B&M Concrete s new premises are situated immediately south of the site. Site archaeology The development site viewed from north to south A desk-based archaeological assessment has been completed for the proposed development site to look at the impact of the scheme on any archaeology which may be present, in line with local authority and national government guidelines. The site has been shown to have some potential for late prehistoric and Roman agricultural remains as well as Saxon and medieval activity. If planning permission is granted for our proposed development, there will be a condition for further archaeological evaluation to be carried out. This will ensure that any archaeology present on site is properly recorded and/or preserved as required.

2 Scheme proposal This is the masterplan for our proposed residential development of 39 homes on the B&M Concrete site, off Falkenham Road, Kirton. Our masterplan for new homes at the B&M Concrete site The plan details the proposed location of homes, gardens and parking provision as well as landscaped areas and planting. The layout of the internal roads and the vehicle access from Falkenham Road are also detailed, plus the proposed footpath link to the existing play area which is located to the east of the site. The layout recognises and respects the character of the adjoining residential areas to the north, north-east and north-west of the site. Key facts 39 new homes Vehicle access from Falkenham Road A mix of 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses 13 affordable homes and 26 properties for private sale Footpath to neighbouring children s play area 104 off-street parking spaces proposed an average of 2.6 spaces per household

3 About our scheme Rear gardens will be laid to lawn and will feature a variety of fruiting ornamental and native trees to give interest to each private space. Landscape and ecology A new pedestrian link is proposed off the main access road into the development, providing new and existing residents with a link to the adjacent playground and recreational facilities. Trees Surveys of the site have been carried out and there are no Tree Preservation Orders in force. As part of our development proposals, a number of trees will be removed but this will be mitigated by the provision of new planting. A Tree Protection Plan will be submitted as part of our planning application to ensure protection of off-site trees and trees along the site boundaries. Drainage Landscaping Our proposed scheme incorporates a variety of landscaping features across the site to provide a green setting for the proposed new homes. A combination of native trees and shrub boundaries will help to integrate the development with neighbouring residential development and adjacent land. Compact ornamental trees will form a strong edge to the development street scene and will combine with both deciduous and evergreen hedges in front gardens to frame the residential streets. Feature trees will create focal points within the development and pockets of species-rich grassland will complement the native boundaries and create opportunities for wildlife. The drainage strategy for our scheme involves surface water from the site being drained to an existing inspection chamber adjacent to our proposed junction off Falkenham Road. This will then discharge to a surface water drain which flows south-east from Falkenham Road to a ditch in Church Lane flowing north. The natural drainage pathway for the development will be via a piped system into this outfall. Current greenfield surface water run-off rates for the site have been calculated at 17.5 litres per second for the 100-year rainfall event, but our sustainable drainage proposals will reduce this to 5 litres per second for all rainfall events (including the 100-year event plus 30% for climate change). Foul water drainage will connect via gravity into the existing foul sewer in Falkenham Road. Anglian Water has confirmed that there is sufficient capacity for the development within the existing network. Key facts Landscaping strategy will help to integrate the development with its surroundings No Tree Preservation Orders are in place within the site Trees which are removed will be replaced with new planting Surface water will be drained to existing inspection chamber and drain in Falkenham Road, and then to a ditch in Church Lane Our drainage proposals will significantly reduce the rate of surface water run-off from the site There is sufficient capacity within the existing foul drainage network for the new homes

4 Scheme Proposal Our proposed designs for new homes Our proposed development aims to respond sensitively to the village whilst also creating a strong sense of place with its own identity. We are developing a range of elevational designs that respond to the setting of the site as well as neighbouring homes. The illustrations pictured here show how our designs are being developed. A character assessment of the surrounding area has been carried out and this will inform the detailed architectural design of the new homes. Some of the more prominent architectural features found in the local area will be replicated within our scheme, with high-quality designs creating a style with local distinctiveness. Varying roof lines and pitches, along with different elevational treatments using materials in keeping with the built heritage of Kirton and the wider area, will help to give the proposed development a distinctive character. Key facts A mixture of detached, semi-detached and terraced properties A range of local materials including red brick, timber cladding and render A range of traditional pitched and hipped roofs, pantile with occasional slate/slate effect roofs to main landmark buildings Dormer windows to add variety to the roofscape and provide additional surveillance to public areas Properties set back to enable landscaping, which increases the quality of public areas Development density varied across the site for integration with surrounding areas

5 Economic benefits of development B&M Concrete Site, Kirton What will our scheme bring to the area? Our proposal is for a residential development of 39 new homes at the B&M Concrete site off Falkenham Road, Kirton. The development will include a range of property styles and sizes. One in three homes (13 in total) will be affordable housing in line with local policy requirements. Economic Benefits During Construction New Homes Bonus The Government has announced an allocation of 431m for the New Homes Bonus an initiative that enables local authorities to share in the economic benefits that development brings. Through the scheme, the Government will provide additional funding or a bonus by match funding the council tax raised from the building of new homes (with an additional amount for affordable homes) for six years. Our proposed development of 39 new homes in Kirton, of which 13 will be affordable, will deliver a New Homes Bonus payment of approximately 535,000 over a six-year period, of which around 430,000 would go to Suffolk Coastal District Council and around 105,000 to Suffolk County Council, to be invested back into the local community. Section 106 Contributions Section 106 planning agreements are a way of housebuilders supporting the delivery of local services or addressing matters that are important to local communities. They are intended to deal with requirements specifically in relation to an individual scheme, and they are used for facilities such as public transport, roads, leisure (including play areas, for example), education, health and affordable housing. In 2013, Taylor Wimpey East Anglia built 467 new homes across Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire and as part of this we contributed a total of more than 7.7 million for the provision of physical and community infrastructure, facilities and services in the areas where we built. In addition, 114 of the 467 new homes we built were made available as affordable housing for local people in housing need. Employment Generation and Job Creation Research by Michael Ball, Professor of Urban and Property Economics at the University of Reading suggests that every new home built creates 1.5 full time direct jobs. Furthermore, it is estimated by the Home Builders Federation that an additional three jobs are created indirectly through the supply chain. Economic Benefits After Construction Support for Existing Facilities With new homes comes new investment which means many people in the area can benefit from new or improved services such as public transport, schools and shops. Growth of an existing community can also be a key consideration when making a decision to upgrade or replace existing infrastructure. This is often the case when considering provision of facilities or services that demand a particular size of population. Council Tax Council Tax assists in funding a broad range of local services and facilities such as refuse collection, policing, fire and rescue services, libraries, leisure facilities, social care and health. Assuming a mix of new homes as described above we would anticipate an approximate council tax receipt being generated of around 110,000 per annum. Early discussions with the local authority suggest that contributions will be made to education, public open space and libraries. The proposed development site viewed from the east Economic benefits overview New homes bonus to local council Improved public services Improvements to local infrastructure Increased revenue from council tax Contributions to local facilities More money spent in the local economy

6 Next steps What we would like from you, and what you can expect from us Following our previous consultation event in April 2014, we have carefully considered the feedback received from local people and have taken comments into account as much as possible in the preparation of our final planning application. Our application to Suffolk Coastal District Council will be submitted shortly and is likely to be determined either later this year or in early If you would like to comment on our final proposals, please complete one of the forms provided and hand it to a member of the project team today, or post it to the following address: Kirton Public Consultation c/o Webb Associates 22 The Point, Market Harborough Leicestershire, LE16 7QU Alternatively, you can your comments to: You can also view our proposals and register your interest online at: Once our application has been registered with Suffolk Coastal District Council, you will also be able to submit your comments online at: Thank you for attending today What is Taylor Wimpey East Anglia already doing in your area? Taylor Wimpey East Anglia built 467 homes in Taylor Wimpey East Anglia is currently building new homes at developments across Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex. We currently have five developments in Suffolk Needham Maltings in Needham Market, Purdis Grange in Ipswich, Concept in Red Lodge, The Arboretum in Haverhill, and Heritage Gate in Saxmundham, which is coming soon. 874 staff are employed by Taylor Wimpey East Anglia working on site and in the regional office. During 2013, Taylor Wimpey East Anglia contributed 7,706,762 to communities in the region through planning agreements.

7 Feedback What you ve said so far and our response We would like to thank everyone who took part in our previous consultation and provided us with feedback on our initial proposals for the B&M Concrete site in Kirton. Below we highlight some of the feedback received to date and our responses, including any actions we have taken as a consequence. The proposed development is too large and the number of homes should be decreased to reduce the impact of the scheme on the village and its infrastructure. We were initially proposing to create approximately 45 homes but we have taken your feedback into consideration (as well as comments from Suffolk Coastal District Council) and reduced this number to 39. Suffolk Coastal District Council has indicated that t he revised scheme is far more appropriate for the site. There is a need for smaller homes in the local area and the proposed development should include a greater proportion of starter and affordable properties. We recognise the need for smaller homes in Kirton and have therefore increased the number proposed within our scheme. We are now proposing to provide 8x 1 bedroom homes alongside 5x 2 bedroom, 4x 3 bedroom, 13x 4 bedroom and 9x 5 bedroom properties. 13 of the plots will be designated as affordable homes (including shared ownership and affordable rent) for local people in housing need. The layout of the development is too regimented and there is not enough green space provided for the new homes. By reducing the number of homes in our scheme, we have been able to take another look at the layout and our revised masterplan shows a much more organic arrangement of plots than the previous proposal. Many plots now feature larger rear gardens than previously proposed and are set further back from footpaths to allow larger front gardens and green buffer areas to be provided. Pedestrian links should be provided from the development to surrounding areas in the village. We will be creating a new footpath link from the development to the existing play area located to the southeast of the site. Homes in this area of the development will also overlook the play area to provide natural surveillance for this facility. A footpath link to Durilda Green will be enabled, providing better pedestrian access to the local school. The existing ditch at the boundary of the site is frequently flooded after heavy rainfall, and appropriate measures should be taken to ensure this problem is not worsened by the development. We have reviewed our drainage strategy for the proposed development and we no longer intend to drain surface water run off into the ditch. Water will instead be attenuated on-site prior to discharging into an existing surface water outfall located at the site entrance. Discharge rates at these points will be agreed with the relevant authority. The proposed development will put too much pressure on existing local services and infrastructure, including roads, schools and healthcare facilities. One of the aims of our previous public consultation was to identify the local community s priorities for services, facilities and infrastructure which would benefit from financial contributions to ensure that the proposed scheme can successfully integrate and contribute to the sustainability of the local area. The feedback we received has helped to inform our ongoing discussions with the local authority about the contributions which may be required for the proposed development. These contributions are yet to be finalised but they will be agreed as a condition of planning approval. Concerns were raised regarding the existing foul sewer system and, in particular, a historic flooding issue in Church Lane. Following discussion with Anglian Water, it has been confirmed that there is sufficient capacity within the existing sewer network. Foul water will therefore connect into the existing sewer in Falkenham Road. We are aware of historic flooding issues with the foul water sewer on Church Lane and understand that Anglian Water has recently carried out work to address this.

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