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Representations on Minerals Local Plan additional consultation on sand and gravel provision - MP2: Sand and gravel provision, MP2q Barton-in-Fabis

Representation ID: 25750

OBJECT Mary Carswell

Summary:

Completely inappropriate development which will destroy important rural riverside setting totally driven by landowners seeking financial reward.


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Representation ID: 25748

OBJECT Sandy McCormick

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Destruction of wildlife and habitat for years to come. Pollution to cause suffering to young and elderly. 60 lorries = 120 vehicle movements a day. Clifton suffering effects of A453 widening, construction of tram and proposed houses towards Gotham. Enough!!


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Representation ID: 25744

OBJECT Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust (Janice Bradley)

Summary:

NWT notes that the site brief states that the restoration should be biodiversity led and we support the proposed target habitats, which are in accordance with our previous comments, as we are strongly of the view that deep open water habitat and water based recreation use would not be acceptable.
We note that despite previous comments, the allocation boundary still includes a substantial number of SINCs/LWS, with others in immediate proximity. In addition there is potential for significant indirect impacts on further SSSIs. In the absence of the detailed information on flora and fauna NWT object to this allocation.


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Representation ID: 25696

OBJECT Mr AL Marriott

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25694

OBJECT Dr Peter Robinson

Summary:

I would like to support the Beeston and District Civic Society response relating to the Barton-in-Fabis proposals site. This site appears to have been included since the last consultation rather hurridly and without any real consideration to the uniqueness of the adjoining Attenborough Nature Reserve, biodiversity and the recreational use of this part of the Trent Valley.

This is also a major and irreversible change that potentially could impact on both sides of the Trent and beyond, because the riverside at Attenborough is an established and much used recreational area and much more besides. Also as Chilwell residents we have come across these proposals almost by accident. We have seen little publicity and the consultation may have missed many people who might respond if they were aware of these County proposals.


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Representation ID: 25693

OBJECT Beeston and District Civic Society (Mrs Eileen Atherton)

Summary:

Barton-in-Fabis appears to be an inappropriate site to treat as a candidate for long term sand and gravel extraction on any scale, because of disruption to a combination of Nature Reserve, biodiversity and recreation. There may be less vulnerable alternatives elsewhere in the county.


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Representation ID: 25691

OBJECT Rushcliffe Borough Council (Cllr Neil Clarke)

Summary:

As Leader of the Council I am writing to stress my objection to the plan relating to Barton in Fabis.

As these proposals appeared late in the development of the plan I do not believe their significant impact has been properly thought through. I feel very strongly that this has added to the significant concerns within the community.

I remain concerned that the area proposed will:
- Have a significant negative impact on the local environment and wildlife.
- Result in the loss of an area of tranquil beauty, enjoyed by both local people and the many visitors who come to the area.
- Have a significant detrimental impact on the agricultural landscape
For these reasons I urge the County Council to reconsider this part of the plan. I believe this is essential to protect and preserve this unique area ensuring a very well-loved part of the Rushcliffe landscape is not destroyed.


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Representation ID: 25684

OBJECT Elisabeth Clucas

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Flood risk
-Generation of noise and dust
-Water contamination
-Environmental and wildlife
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Personal financial loss
-River damage
Lack of full consultation, assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25683

OBJECT Joham Van Der Mescht

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Flood risk
-Generation of noise and dust
-Water contamination
-Environmental and wildlife
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Personal financial loss
-River damage
Lack of full consultation, assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25681

OBJECT Chantal Clucas

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Flood risk
-Generation of noise and dust
-Water contamination
-Environmental and wildlife
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Personal financial loss
-River damage
Lack of full consultation, assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25680

OBJECT Mr E Edwards

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This, along with Clifton Village, is - as, be known, since past ages, as a very historical area of Nottinghamshire a good walking and leisure area. How many of the Councillors have ever visited this site, I have since my father used to walk us from Nottingham to Barton, via Wilford, Clifton - many times in a year. I'm very lucky to now live in the area of Clifton Village.


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Representation ID: 25679

OBJECT Mr E Edwards and 1 other

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Effect on village environment
-Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
-Flood risk
-Environmental / historical site damage
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25678

OBJECT Sally Shallce

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The environmental site damage which will occur due to the proximity of the proposed development to Attenborough Nature Reserve. The generation of noise and dust will be detrimental to the wildlife in the area and the local residents and will increase pollution. The peace and tranquillity of the nature reserve will be adversely impacted and the wildlife in the proposed site area will be decimated. In addition this development would lose valuable prime agricultural land badly needed for UK food production.


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Representation ID: 25676

OBJECT JF Tulloch and 21 others

Summary:

Petition - 22 signatures - 'I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons: BLANK' ' Help to save Attenborough Nature Reserve from the gravels digging up the birds habitat the likes of red kites, ducks, geese and swans. Please help us by signing our petition below if you agree.'


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Representation ID: 25675

OBJECT Sam Ward

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Effect on village environment
-Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
-Flood risk
-Environmental / historical site damage
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25674

OBJECT Christine Roberts

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This issues has not been considered properly yet. The development will devastate the Attenborough SSSI site and 5 sites of SINC, an area I love to visit. The area is rich in wildlife that could be lost forever. In particular the nationally threatened corn bunting which has Schedule 1 protection (the highest) along with other rare birds, wildlife and plants.


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Representation ID: 25673

OBJECT Malcolm Appleton

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This issues has not been considered properly yet. The development will devastate the Attenborough SSSI site and 5 sites of SINC, an area I love to visit. The area is rich in wildlife that could be lost forever. In particular the nationally threatened corn bunting which has Schedule 1 protection (the highest) along with other rare birds, wildlife and plants.


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Representation ID: 25672

OBJECT David McCrea

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I think they should not put a quarry near the A453 because I like the beautiful countryside and it would be devastating to ruin the land. I totally object to this plan.


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Representation ID: 25671

OBJECT Colonel JA Woodall

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Having lived in Clifton village for sixty years, I have seen a continual degradation in the quality of the local environment. This is a further act of desecration by the destruction of part of the landscape which had not changed for over a thousand years. It will also cause great inconvenience to the local population.


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Representation ID: 25670

OBJECT N Woolliscroft

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Unacceptable loss of good arable land in the green belt
-Dirt and noise from workings at the site
-Road (and rail?) congestion caused by the extra transport


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Representation ID: 25669

OBJECT J Woolliscroft

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Unacceptable loss of good arable land in the green belt
-Dirt and noise from workings at the site
-Road (and rail?) congestion caused by the extra transport


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Representation ID: 25667

OBJECT David Ockley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will have a serious impact on the natural environment
The surrounding area of Barton in Fabis have been subjected to serious habitual destruction in recent years as a consequence of the A453 widening scheme and the construction of the tram site, with further destruction planned if the building of 3000 or more houses on Gotham Moor goes ahead. Nottinghamshire, with its surrounding countryside, has an abundance of wildlife, which is appreciated by many. An additional threat of further noise, pollution and habitat destruction cannot be justified.


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Representation ID: 25666

OBJECT David Wilson

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Lack of communication
-Flood risk
-Generation of noise and dust
-Water contamination
-Environmental and wildlife
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Personal financial loss
-River damage
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25665

OBJECT TCL Simpson and 1 other

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Loss/bad effect on of 79 hectares of countryside and farming land containing SSSI and SINC sites. May result in greater importation of food.
Greater risk of flooding
Devastating disturbance of wildlife including protected and rare species
Loss of area of pastoral pursuits will be lost to dust and noise from the quarry and its haulage movements 6 full days each week.
Damage to or loss of historical / archaeological sites
Devastating impact on visitors and residents of this well-kept village with real character.
How will this effect property value and village life in general?


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Representation ID: 25664

OBJECT Mr J Livesey and 1 other

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Our village is very small so is Barton in the Fabis. The traffic here in Gotham is very bad and the site would be very bad for the wildlife and also the traffic. The A453 is at this moment being constructed to use more traffic but I think if the gravel proposal goes ahead it will have to be made bigger for all the heavy lorries.


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Representation ID: 25663

OBJECT Mrs Pat Curtis

Summary:

We do not want any sand and gravel pits this side of the River. In all probability it will encourage flooding through to the village, beside all the trees, noise and extra traffic. The village has had enough disruptions with the dualing of the A453. Take the pits somewhere else.


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Representation ID: 25662

OBJECT Mrs K Spencer

Summary:

I object to this site at Barton


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Representation ID: 25661

OBJECT M Start

Summary:

I object to this site at Barton in Fabis


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Representation ID: 25659

OBJECT Paul Upton

Summary:

I object to this site at Barton


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Representation ID: 25658

OBJECT Mrs Teresa Shaw

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
-Destroying an area of 79 hectares of open countryside and agricultural land and the largest area of open space we have in Barton.
-Operation on 45m away from edge of village with safety risk from quarry workings and deep water to village children
-Flood risk
-Financial loss in terms of the value of houses
-Huge impact on the environment


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Representation ID: 25657

OBJECT Gary Bennett

Summary:

All I can say is NO! So much will be lost forever. The flood risk will be higher which will have an impact on my house insurance and house value. I use this area for walking and fishing with my daughters, family time away from computers and phones! Leave this valley for all to use.


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Representation ID: 25655

COMMENT David Mitchell

Summary:

Nature conservation

As the site has direct and indirect impact on SINCs within and near the site and indirect impacts on Holme Pit SSSI, the area should be avoided if possible unless a national important overriding priority to develop this site can be established and no alternative can be provided.
Large parts of site are at risk of flooding. It is acknowledged that minerals extraction is a compatible use within such areas, however it is important that the site does not give rise to increased flood risk.
Proposal has potential for disturbance/ nuisance from noise and dust.


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Representation ID: 25654

OBJECT Mr Brian Shaw

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Safety issues
Environmental / historical site damage
Flood risk
Loss of good rich agricultural land


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Representation ID: 25652

OBJECT Dennis Callon

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I have lived and grow up for many years in Gotham and have spent many hours within the proposed site area. This area is full of many species of wildlife some of which are at risk, skylark, linnet, bats, herons and otters. This area is an important leisure area for many walkers, cyclists, fishing, bird watching and families. Also the higher risk of flooding for many places along the Trent path.


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Representation ID: 25651

OBJECT Mr C Shaw

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The destruction of over 200 acres of green belt with a devastating affect on all wildlife some being protected species. The impact on our village community from noise, dust and flood risk.


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Representation ID: 25650

OBJECT Mrs Joan Mason

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I have lived for many years close to Barton in Fabis and now in Barton in Fabis. I have seen over the years rural countryside be ripped apart and so many species of wildlife destroyed. This is one of the last few Trent Valleys left untouched and is home to many endangered species. As a community we have done many things to encourage more species to thrive in this area. My personal impact would be financial, house insurance costs would rise and property prices will drop because of the higher flood risk.


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Representation ID: 25649

OBJECT Gina Shaw

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The effect on the village environment, we are a quiet rural village with a long history with a number of listed buildings. The dust and noise will have an impact on us. The higher risk of flooding which then will have an impact on insurance cost and house prices. The area is rich in wildlife and historical aspects which would be lost forever! This plan needs to be stopped!


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Representation ID: 25648

OBJECT Jessica Pearson

Summary:

Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Many safety issues
Financial loss
Environmental loss, SSSI and SINC sites
Flood risk!


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Representation ID: 25647

OBJECT Mr G Marvel

Summary:

I object to this site at Barton


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Representation ID: 25646

OBJECT Francis William Richards

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
No doubt any objection will be useless - I have found that any schemes by any council are agreed to before they are put to the public.
1. Example - a road into the tram area was built before Lark Hill opened and we were never informed.
2. Clifton Community Entertainment Centre was bulldozed even after Clifton Councillors said it would not happened, to make way for Coop car park
3. Now we learn another 3000 new homes are to be built plus industrial area near Clifton.
We have had more disruptions to traffic over the last three years to last anyone a lifetime.

Therefore I strongly object.


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Representation ID: 25645

OBJECT Lilian Calvert

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Too much noise and dust, that will affect people's health. The loss of leisure area and safety issues.


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Representation ID: 25644

OBJECT Mr N Henson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Traffic congestion will become even worse. Too many lorries now, rumbling thorugh villages from British Gypsum, Hardstaffs etc. There is enough heavy industry in this area without adding to it.


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Representation ID: 25643

OBJECT Chris Wright

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Effect on village environment
-Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
-Flood risk
-Environmental / historical site damage
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25642

OBJECT Mr DA Wright

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Too much land is being swallowed up. We need somewhere to get some fresh air and a nice walk. Wildlife needs a home as well. Keep our countryside for us and the wildlife.


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Representation ID: 25641

OBJECT Roger Lincoln

Summary:

We in Attenborough, have only found out today, 15th July through our local magazine. It is just so morally wrong that the consultation period has been so short for Barton in Fabis and that people in Attenborough have had no warning whatsoever.
Many people moved to Attenborough specifically for the peace and quiet, nature, pretty village aspect and now we are going to have this monstrosity of noise, mess and ugliness thrust upon us. As an autistic this will cause me harm from all of the extra traffic coming through to the Attenborough site, as well as reducing house prices.


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Representation ID: 25640

OBJECT Mrs JS Gillies

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
BLANK


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Representation ID: 25639

OBJECT Mrs Gillies

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
BLANK


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Representation ID: 25638

OBJECT Alex Neal

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
BLANK


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Representation ID: 25637

OBJECT Mr I Upton

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
BLANK


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Representation ID: 25636

OBJECT Mr C Wilkinson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
BLANK


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Representation ID: 25635

OBJECT Mr I Gillies

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
BLANK


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Representation ID: 25634

OBJECT Kath Neal

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
BLANK


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Representation ID: 25633

OBJECT Alan Kerry

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
BLANK


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Representation ID: 25632

OBJECT Philip Streeter

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
BLANK


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Representation ID: 25631

OBJECT D Holmes

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
BLANK


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Representation ID: 25630

OBJECT Channay Wallace

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Why ruin this lovely tranquil village and its surroundings. The noise level will go up and dust will settle all over the village. The countryside will be lost if you keep taking green belt.


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Representation ID: 25629

OBJECT Kyra Wallace

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Changing the lovely countryside will be a big impact on the wildlife, plants and animals will be destroyed.


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Representation ID: 25628

OBJECT Yvonne Mercer

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Why change and ruin the lovely countryside. You will destroy the habitat of the wild animals and plants etc. Historical site will become non-existent.


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Representation ID: 25627

OBJECT Wendy Taylor

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I was a former resident of this lovely village and would walk through the fields etc to go to shops. You will ruin this forever.
Cause more dust, noise and have effect on all the lovely village events that generate income for local community.


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Representation ID: 25626

OBJECT L Walker

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Noise will be terrible
Dust will be everywhere
Beautiful leisure walks will be gone
Historical sites lost forever


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Representation ID: 25625

OBJECT Ms Susan Sheppard

Summary:

Loss of agricultural land will be a big issue. This area is rich in history and archaeology which will be lost forever. A lovely place to take a leisurely Sunday walk with the grandchildren.


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Representation ID: 25624

OBJECT Ms Claire Willbye

Summary:

My friend lives in the lovely tranquil village of Barton in Fabis. I love to bring my little girl to have a walk in countryside around there. The impact you will have in changing this will create noise/dust levels rising which at moment going through enough with all these road works etc. Flood risk and danger to children with deep quarries etc.


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Representation ID: 25623

OBJECT Mr T Dinmore

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Affect house prices in our village
Walking my dog in lovely countryside
Will lose historical site forever
More noise and dust over village, bad enough with road works


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Representation ID: 25622

OBJECT Mrs S Dinmore

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Effect the village environment - including all the community and activities, Flower Festival etc.
Generate noise and dust
Flood risk to our area
Environmental / historical site damage will be a permanent loss
Loss of leisure area for walking our dog
It will affect the house prices in our village!


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Representation ID: 25621

OBJECT Kez Willbye

Summary:

Flood risk
Generate noise and dust
Will get rid of all historical archaeology - will be lost forever
Will have a big impact on house prices in the village


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Representation ID: 25620

OBJECT Mr Terry Willbye

Summary:

Environment and historical site damage will be lost. This area is very rich in history. Losing agricultural land is forcing us to buy from abroad. What is happening to this country!


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Representation ID: 25619

OBJECT Ms Isabelle Willbye

Summary:

Ruining the lovely leisure area where I go for a walk/bike ride. With my mummy and her friend. Will be sad.


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Representation ID: 25618

OBJECT Ms Kathryn Ritchie

Summary:

Ruining this lovely environment where my friend lives will be terrible, impact on the village. House prices will drop, safety issues will rise and such an important leisure area will be lost forever, not just temporary.


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Representation ID: 25617

OBJECT Kelene Nelson

Summary:


I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Noise and dust
Flood risk
Loss of leisure area
Safety issues for the children
Loss of wildlife! Where will all these poor creatures go!


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Representation ID: 25616

OBJECT L Hart

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Effect on village environment
-Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
-Flood risk
-Environmental / historical site damage
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25611

OBJECT Lisa McCrea

Summary:

No to this because we should look at policy on housing etc before land is destroyed forever.


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Representation ID: 25610

OBJECT Jill Bennett

Summary:

Flood risk
Loss of agricultural land
Loss of important leisure area
safety issues
Financial loss personally and environmentally
Loss of historical richness


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Representation ID: 25609

OBJECT Les Buck

Summary:

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Representation ID: 25608

OBJECT Andrea Selfridge

Summary:

The disturbance of protected species
Increased flooding risk
Historical site damage
Loss of leisure area
general disruption etc from sixty 28 tonne lorry movements daily.


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Representation ID: 25607

OBJECT Mr Stephen Davinson

Summary:

Causing more dust pollution.
Making the countryside which at present gives the wildlife wonderful habitat you will ruin all this for nature. More animals will be killed.


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Representation ID: 25606

OBJECT Ms Sophia Davinson

Summary:

Riding my bike from Clifton to Barton - I feel this is very healthy. Fresh air, with all the dust and noise you will make it will effect a lot more people causing more asthma and breathing problems.


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Representation ID: 25605

OBJECT Mr Thomas Davinson

Summary:

I love riding my bike through this lovely countryside to see my friends and family in Barton in Fabis. You will pollute the fresh air with all the dust.


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Representation ID: 25604

OBJECT Christine Allan

Summary:

Absolutely shocked at what you are planning to do with this lovely countryside, you will take away lots of local people enjoying walking cycling and riding in the glorious countryside.
I think you will also encourage a very big financial loss on peoples properties around this site.


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Representation ID: 25595

OBJECT Anne Wheeldon

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
-The site is of historical interest. It is an ancient woodland and the site of an ancient village.
-The site is very near to the residential areas of Barton in Fabis and Clifton. Other sites being considered are in more rural areas away from residents
-Long standing bridle ways will be lost to horse riders, a British pastime.


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Representation ID: 25594

OBJECT Beryl Waterall

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The impact of this proposed quarry will do irreparable damage to the animal life that flourishes in this area. In this age of untold destruction of our beautiful countryside we should not be undertaking any large scale destruction of land that abounds with wildlife and potentially destroys or affects SSSI sites, disturbs birds and protected species. We have a heritage that we should be proud of and we should not wilfully destroy it.

The impact of noise and dust will cause considerable distress to many people - asthmatics and people with breathing problems being two examples. Quarry sites must be positioned away from high density population area like Nottingham.


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Representation ID: 25593

OBJECT Mrs Marilyn Fletcher

Summary:

The proposed site will destroy wildlife, post a huge flood risk, destroy farmland and provide an unbearable life for villager through noise and dust generation, I visit Barton regularly and I strongly oppose these plans. It is something that is not needed in Barton, keep the countryside green! This proposal will be disastrous for the local area, it must be stopped.


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Representation ID: 25592

OBJECT Jean Clifford

Summary:

Huge noise and dust created by the removal of sand and gravel and movement of lorries 6 days a week from 7-7
Immense damage caused to habitats of protected species such as otter, bat and red listed birds such as skylark and linnet
Loss of really valued area for all people from Nottingham and wider area for walking, fishing, riding and bird watching
I feel there must be more suitable sites.


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Representation ID: 25591

OBJECT Becky Mitchell

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
My dad and mum live down by Burrows Farm and the proposed quarry could pose a potential flood risk and the surrounding area will be dusty, loud and less attractive. They have recently moved there and love the area for leisure aspects too and this proposal would reck their lively hoods and the reason they moved to be self-sufficient.


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Representation ID: 25590

OBJECT David Buckley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
-For the effects this will have on the wildlife and the landscape of the area. Not only will the quarry be an eyesore but will have a detrimental affect on the local wildlife.
-The proposed flood barrier cannot guarantee that houses within sight of the quarry on the river will be free from the risk of flooding which is not acceptable


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Representation ID: 25589

OBJECT Matthew Smith

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Negative impact upon village life from increased traffic and noise pollution. Destruction of wildlife habitats, adverse effect on breeding cycles or rare breeds - has an observation been carried on animal numbers? Potentially rare species could be endangered further by this destructive development.


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Representation ID: 25588

OBJECT Mrs W Towsey

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Here at Lark Hill we have been subjected to months of noise, dust, travel problems because of the tram works and the widening of the A453 road works. Now we are being told about the quarry being planned for Barton in Fabis. The impact on wildlife, leisure, the historical site damage that will occur. We are a village of older residents and this will impact on the health and well being of all our residents. The impact on the residents at Barton in Fabis must be much worse.


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Representation ID: 25587

OBJECT Les Towsey

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
We think it is an historical site and should be saved also there are two lakes with plenty of wildlife which should also be saved. It is also for walking and horse riding and we are sure there are more suitable sites you could use? Being so close to residential area and there is lots of nature there.


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Representation ID: 25586

OBJECT Julie Strickland

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The noise, dust and pollution will be a big impact on the village and on the wildlife, destroying animals houses etc.


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Representation ID: 25585

OBJECT Mrs Alison Harrison

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This site should be removed from the Minerals Local Plan.
Environmental impact both on wildlife, history and our village.
Financial loss to our village - we have enough going on with the housing and the A453!!
Lack of control over flooding
Spoil the beauty of our quiet countryside and the leisure enjoyment of it
Safety concerns for children


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Representation ID: 25584

OBJECT David Paul Marshall

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Pollution risk. Flood risk!! Damage to environment. Unrecoverable loss of recognised unique environment. Contamination of water course. Noise increase. Safety risk to local residents. Loss of loved local amenity enjoyed by many walkers, horse riders and naturalists.


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Representation ID: 25583

OBJECT Cheryl Ann Marshall

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risks and risk to property, life and livelihood
Damage to rare and precious environment and ecosystem
Destruction of amenity
Loss of village structure and community


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Representation ID: 25581

OBJECT Dr Bernard Spilsbury

Summary:

It is robbing farming land which will be irreplaceable
Severe disruption to a 'Domesday' village
Taking away unspoilt countryside by walkers, bird watchers and local residents
If need is acute it should be met elsewhere. The case for robbing greenbelt has not been made.


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Representation ID: 25580

OBJECT Mr John Harrison

Summary:

I object to the proposed site at Barton in Fabis as it will devastate an area of heathland for rare birds but mainly the flood risk. As no one can be sure what effect his will have on the village. After all the flooding on the Somerset Levels and the rest of the country. This is an important area for walking, and bird watching, there seems to be no end to the rape and pillage of our green belts.


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Representation ID: 25579

OBJECT Mr Neil Brown

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
-Effect on the village environment
-Generation of noise and dust
-Extra risk of flood as direct result of this quarry
-Environmental site damage
-Affect it will have on local wildlife
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Potential safety issues, mainly to the local children and animals
-Potential financial loss. House prices, for examples, will plummet due to a huge, ugly quarry being located so close.
Another example of a big company not thinking about the massive impact this will have on the people and wildlife in the area. These projects should be kept well away so they don't have a direct effect.


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Representation ID: 25578

OBJECT Mr Anthony Curtis

Summary:

Having grown up in this village, and my mother still living there, I fell enough damage had been done to this once quaint and secluded village. It used to be a big farming community, now with recent acquisitions there is barely enough arable or pasture land left. The village has suffered enough with all the new houses running from Clifton to Gotham to no benefit to the villages whatsoever.


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Representation ID: 25577

OBJECT Mrs Stella Finnigan

Summary:

I find it disgraceful that a lovely village will be destroyed. The narrow roads will be very dangerous with large vehicles coming into the village. Children will not be safe. This is all for making large amounts of money. People living down by the Trent will possibly lose their houses. All the wildlife will suffer tremendously, being killed by the large vehicles.


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Representation ID: 25576

OBJECT Mrs CA Palmer

Summary:

It would be criminal


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Representation ID: 25575

OBJECT Mr JFC Albans

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I love to visit my sister in this gorgeous village. It's been a nightmare with these road works for them and now you want to ruin the countryside around them. Historical and archaeological land will be lost forever form here and it will not be safe for children to go near.


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Representation ID: 25573

OBJECT Steven Scott

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
-The effect on the local environment and wildlife will be devastating
-The noise, dust and hazards generated by the site will surely have an effect on the health and safety of local children and the elderly
-The development of this site will de-value local property and cause substantial financial loss


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Representation ID: 25572

OBJECT Richard George Whittle

Summary:

The sand and gravel extraction is not necessary
The insufficient time for consultation and raising of objections
The disastrous effect on the village, its inhabitants and the environment
The loss of valuable, fertile agricultural land


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Representation ID: 25571

OBJECT Elly Hyde

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I am mostly concerned with the wildlife and their habitat. I have also been made aware of the SSSI that is very close to the site. This should be made safe.


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Representation ID: 25570

OBJECT Karen Blain

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Total destruction to wildlife and countryside.


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Representation ID: 25568

OBJECT Ian Holah

Summary:

Objection to MP2q because:
Flood risk
noise and dust
quality of air
environmental damage to land
Lack of those quite days with working 6 days a week
Already been hit with house price loss due to A453 and extra new houses and now this for the next 13 years. What compensation?


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Representation ID: 25566

OBJECT Ali Curzon

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
As I do not live locally, although I empathize with the local community regarding the effect on the village environment, my main objection to the quarry being introduced is due to the devastating effect to local wildlife. Being an avid naturalist, I am passionate about conserving Britain's wildlife. Quarry such a vast area will have a huge impact on the biodiversity on the area, in short, it will decrease it dramatically. There are populations of otters in this area which could quite simply disappear.


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Representation ID: 25565

OBJECT Sarah Cripps

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The proposed development will ruin the local area. The area is needed for green space and recreational land for the local residential area, and the wider areas of Nottingham City. We need to keep good quality farmland for the future. Flooding risks are likely to be substantial given the area and what happens elsewhere at Attenborough.

Not appropriate for this overdeveloped region, area needs to be kept as it is.


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Representation ID: 25564

OBJECT Joan Smith

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I have friends living in Attenborough and regularly use and walk on the nature reserve. The impact on the nature reserve will be enormous causing disturbance to many endangered and protected species. The impact of the quarry working 12 hours a day 7 days a week, cannot fail to cause disturbance to the village as much as the open countryside.


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Representation ID: 25563

OBJECT Kelly Edwards

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Destroying of countryside, impacting on wildlife and birds, increasing flood risk, pollution of trucks to and from site, loss of leisure facilities.


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Representation ID: 25562

OBJECT S Buchanan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I do not want to lose this area of land. I enjoy visiting and observing the wildlife who would be losing their home! I don't think the excess heavy transport will benefit the area either.


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Representation ID: 25561

OBJECT Mr Joe Jones

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The effect it will have on the environment around the village, the increased risk of flooding to nearby houses, loss of leisure and agricultural land, noise and air quality pollution and increased safety issues.


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Representation ID: 25560

OBJECT Ms Emma Eason

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Loss of important leisure area not only for those in the village, but for people from the wider Nottinghamshire community.
Safety issues - quarry workings will lead to deep water ponds close to the village which will present a real danger to both children and animals which no amount of safety precautions will avoid completely.
Flood risk
Generation of noise and dust
Planning blight / financial loss. This quarry site will make it very difficult to sell and will adversely affect the prices of houses in the area.


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Representation ID: 25559

OBJECT Mrs P Brown

Summary:

Destroying 200 acres of open countryside and agricultural land will have a big impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve. They will be loss of important leisure activities i.e. walking, horse riding. There are many endangered species in this area which we would lose forever.


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Representation ID: 25558

OBJECT Marcia Holah

Summary:

My objects in brief to policy MP2q are:
Serious effects on village life
Noise, dust, pollution 12 hrs a day
House prices
Flood risk (including house insurance)


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Representation ID: 25557

OBJECT Ms Lucie Bancroft

Summary:

I like to play there because it's not on roads and no danger. I like to go walking and see the views. It will be a horrible sight for me and I will have no safe places to play.


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Representation ID: 25556

OBJECT Mrs P H Harrison

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46). It would affect the environment in the village. It could affect the flood risk as we are in a valley. It could damage the flood bank, which was only redone last year. We need more agricultural land, not taking it away. Safety issues. Noise and dust. Footpath through to Clifton will be affected.


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Representation ID: 25555

OBJECT Adam Garretty

Summary:

It will wreck one of the few truly beautiful places left in Nottingham.


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Representation ID: 25554

OBJECT Ms Mary Stephens

Summary:

Effect on the environment - village, x2 SSSI, x5 SINC

Loss of leisure and loss of quality of life for residents and visitors
Loss of farm land - high quality land destroyed for ever
Flood risk has not been fully assessed
Planning blight / financial loss resulting in community losing its vibrancy and essence.


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Representation ID: 25553

OBJECT Peter Hawcock

Summary:

Quarrying this site will cause:
Damage to the environment due to dust, noise, traffic fumes etc
Damage to nearby SSSIs and nature conservation initiatives
Loss of amenity- notably footpaths and bridleway
Possible increase in flood risk and worsening of the effects of a flood.


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Representation ID: 25552

OBJECT Karen C Singleton

Summary:

There is much that will be destroyed. This is a beautiful village and surrounding area full of sites of interest for nature conservation. The area is rich in archaeology and this would be lost.
Many birds of conservation concern use the proposed area for both feeding and breeding.


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Representation ID: 25551

OBJECT Linda Law

Summary:

Reduced house prices
Extra HGVs
Safety issues
Loss of agricultural land
Loss of leisure space
Environmental and historic site damage
Risk to biodiversity
Flooding possibilities
Affects on local community


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Representation ID: 25550

OBJECT Alexander Owen Aitken

Summary:

More suitable sites at Shelford and gunthorpe/bulcote
Ancient peaceful pastoral ambiance of this part of the valley will be ruined
Impact of dewatering upto 1 km from the site.
It would dessicate the ancient marshy creeks which feed Holme Pit SSSI.


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Representation ID: 25547

OBJECT John McCrea

Summary:

Lower quality of life
Loss of leisure and farmland
No more unedifying pipe dreams from local government
A blight on the countryside.


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Representation ID: 25532

OBJECT Emma Kerr

Summary:

I grew up in this village and enjoyed playing with friends in the safe and peaceful environment. Not only will the plans effect one place by the river but the whole feeling of the village which had just won the award for Britain in Bloom. I think it is disgraceful that a small and protected true English country village should be exploited in this way. I object to the site at Barton in Fabis.


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Representation ID: 25524

OBJECT Mr RA Dixon and 1 other

Summary:

Above and beyond. Keep our environment friendly and leave us alone.


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Representation ID: 25523

OBJECT K Provis

Summary:

Loss of habitat
Loss of economy for the area
Disruption to peoples lives who live within the area.


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Representation ID: 25522

OBJECT Jane Haymes

Summary:

Effect on the environment and wildlife
The fact that there has been lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 25521

OBJECT Zoe Parton

Summary:

Impact on residents, wildlife, ANR, SSSSIs, heritage. Need proper flood risk assessment. Loss of leisure and agricultural land. Safety for people. Effect on house prices.


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Representation ID: 25520

OBJECT A Haymes

Summary:

Effect on the environment and wildlife
The fact that there has been lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 25519

OBJECT Matt Gooch

Summary:

Imapct on ANR. Disturbance to red list birds. Sixty 28 tonne lorry movements per day. Increased flood risk


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Representation ID: 25518

OBJECT Adelaide Miller

Summary:

Disruption to view, nature, environment and roads.


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Representation ID: 25516

OBJECT Chris Wrigley

Summary:

Quarrying will have adverse effects on the landscape, on flora and fauna, and on the quality of life in the village. It will harm an attractive leisure area for city and suburbs people, as well as local residents.
Please do not permit the quarrying to proceed.


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Representation ID: 25513

OBJECT Mrs Arit Calhoun

Summary:

Destroying the countryside. Disturbance to wildlife. Noise and dust impact. Increased flood risk.


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Representation ID: 25512

OBJECT Mr Thomas Brenchley

Summary:

I object on the grounds that it will ruin the environment.


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Representation ID: 25511

OBJECT Graham Powell

Summary:

I object due to increase traffic, noise and air pollution


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Representation ID: 25510

OBJECT Liz Harvey

Summary:

Environmental impact on ATR and farmland. Long hours of noise and disruption. Regular lorries moving. Flood risk.


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Representation ID: 25509

OBJECT Rachel Green

Summary:

Danger of flood risk
Loss of agricultural land
Danger due to deep water to children and animals


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Representation ID: 25508

OBJECT Emma Ward

Summary:

Loss of open countryside. Impact on ANR and wildlife. Loss of leisure area. Noise and dust impacts.


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Representation ID: 25507

OBJECT Jamie Tratalos

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the additional of this (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach)


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Representation ID: 25506

OBJECT J Marsden

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Effect on village
Environmental damage
Next to nature reserve (visit regularly)
Safety issues


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Representation ID: 25505

OBJECT Craig White

Summary:

The impact it would have on the surrounding environment through taking away the natural flood plain, destroying fertile land and taking away a pristine leisure area for the people of greater Nottingham. Safety concerns of the amount of heavy.


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Representation ID: 25503

OBJECT Mrs M Maithewson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Effect on the village environment
Loss of important leisure area


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Representation ID: 25502

OBJECT Mr A Palmer

Summary:

Destruction of riverside leisure area. Fllod risk. Imapct on ANR. Dust and dirt affecting residents. Increase in traffic.


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Representation ID: 25501

OBJECT Phil Ward

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk!


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Representation ID: 25500

OBJECT Lindsey Day

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk and effect on environment


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Representation ID: 25499

OBJECT Mrs JM Wilkinson

Summary:

This site is totally unsuitable for new quarry operations. It is too close to residential properties and will result in a poor quality of life for many people.


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Representation ID: 25498

OBJECT Declan Donovan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The noise and dust is going to be very disturbing to the local people and to the wildlife. The site nearby is an SSSI and should be left untouched.


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Representation ID: 25497

OBJECT Gwynneth Fry

Summary:

Loss of habitats. Effect on SSSIs and LNRs. Heritage damage. Flood risk. Loss of Green Belt. Disruption to villagers.


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Representation ID: 25496

OBJECT Mr Ged Whitby

Summary:

I object to the destruction on wildlife


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Representation ID: 25495

OBJECT Stuart Robertson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
1. Increase flood risk
2. Effect on the village environment. Detrimental to listed buildings and income generating activities
3. Effect on Attenborough Nature Reserve


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Representation ID: 25494

OBJECT Susan M Harding

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound. Loss of beautiful valley and grandchildrens heritage.


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Representation ID: 25491

OBJECT Glenys Blacknell

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25490

OBJECT AAH Cunningham

Summary:

12 years of disruption of nise and dust, heavy traffic, loss of leisure facility and afrmland. Impact on adjacent nature reserves and local wildlife. Flood risk.


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Representation ID: 25489

OBJECT Mary Cunningham

Summary:

Closeness to villagers. Traffic impact. Imapct on wildlife and environment. Scale of proposal too big.


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Representation ID: 25488

OBJECT Richard Morris

Summary:

Environmental / historical site damage and loss of important leisure area.


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Representation ID: 25487

OBJECT Selena Morris

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Environmental / historical site damage and the loss of important leisure area


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Representation ID: 25486

OBJECT Georgia Morris

Summary:

Environmental / historical site damage and the loss of leisure area


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Representation ID: 25485

OBJECT Josh Bradshaw

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk
Effect on village environment
Safety issues


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Representation ID: 25484

OBJECT Georgina Dennis

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Increase traffic and noise pollution
Destroys local wildlife
Effect local village life!


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Representation ID: 25483

OBJECT Tina Haywood

Summary:

The noise and pollution.
The wildlife will have no where to go and like.
Beautiful countryside for leisure e.g. walking, cycling, riding!


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Representation ID: 25482

OBJECT Rosemary Jordan

Summary:

Loss of natural habitat for rare birds and plant species. Destruction of SSSIs and flood plain. Serious affect on residnets of Barton in FAbis.


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Representation ID: 25481

OBJECT Mr A Slater and 1 other

Summary:

Disruption to village life, dust noise, large vehicles being driven 12hrs a day. After recent flood problems elsewhere surely the need for a detailed assessment is paramount. Also what a shameful lack of time for the Parish Council to submit anti-quarry responses. we do not need to loose such a peaceful country area.


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Representation ID: 25478

OBJECT Mr KH Emery

Summary:

The loss of 79ha of agricultural land to quarry workings has a severe effect on the SSSIs nearby with habitats lost on the land across the river in the ANR. Injurious affection to properties of Barton is inevitable with large amounts of value lost and high compensation payments to residents involved. There are listed buildings close to the site and archeaological remains and leisure activities will be severely affected for villagers and beyond. Proper flood assessment have not been carried out or full consultation made.


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Representation ID: 25476

COMMENT Paul Mitchell

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
My family live on Burrows Farm which is already prone to flooding. If the quarry is built, then it puts my loved ones at risk. The generation of dust and noise will spoilt the riverside houses for all their occupants.


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Representation ID: 25475

OBJECT Mrs PJ Emery

Summary:

The loss of 79ha of agricultural land to quarry workings has a severe effect on the SSSIs nearby with habitats lost on the land across the river in the ANR. Injurious affection to properties of Barton is inevitable with large amounts of value lost and high compensation payments to residents involved. There are listed buildings close to the site and archeaological remains and leisure activities will be severely affected for villagers and beyond. Proper flood assessment have not been carried out or full consultation made.


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Representation ID: 25474

OBJECT Zoe Glasgow

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will destroy nature and ruin animals homes also destroy scenery. It will be noisy for the village. It will destroy natures homes and kill animals.


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Representation ID: 25472

OBJECT Daniel Glasgow

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
There is already enough upset and disruption with the roadworks on the A453 caused to the village and the wildlife around. There is no need for more disruptions.


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Representation ID: 25471

OBJECT Mrs D Fisher

Summary:

Effect on people and wildlife.


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Representation ID: 25470

COMMENT Environment Agency (Mr Andrew Pitts)

Summary:

Concerned about the potential impacts of dewatering on Holme Pit SSSI. Assessment would need to be undertaken to establish if the SSSI is within the zone of influence.
Implications of the loss of Barton Flashes and Brandshill Grassland would need to be assessed.
EA would need to be consulted if the development requires the abstraction of water/ dewatering.
Site lies in Flood Zone 3. A Flood Risk Assessment would need to undertaken along with hydraulic modelling to identify any flood risk.
Restoration of the site also has the potential to be both beneficial to flood risk and habitat creation.


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Representation ID: 25469

OBJECT David Godfrey

Summary:

Loss of amenity land. Effect on wildlife.


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Representation ID: 25468

OBJECT Ms Penelope Smith

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
What will happen to wildlife. No where for people to walk/cycle etc. Dust and noise pollution.


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Representation ID: 25467

OBJECT Mr Gary Abrahams

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk to local housing
Severe environmental damage - very close to nature reserve


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Representation ID: 25466

OBJECT Mrs M Slater

Summary:

The loss of a peaceful area to walk in. A major effect on the village environment. The noise and disruption will affect the villagers who have already suffered enough with the A453 improvements.


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Representation ID: 25465

OBJECT Mr David Glasby

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The noise affect on the village, additional traffic and road wear from plant vehicles. The new flood risk to the town. I think this plan should be moved and better thought out.


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Representation ID: 25464

OBJECT Miss J Slater

Summary:

Generation of noise and dust and loss of wildlife. A majot effect on the lives of villagers.


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Representation ID: 25463

OBJECT Ms Amanda Revill

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The affect it will cause to village life
Historical site damage potentially caused
Risk of flood to surrounding area


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Representation ID: 25462

OBJECT Karen Braithwaite

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk implications to an area of natural beauty, together with impact to a village environment.


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Representation ID: 25461

OBJECT Helen Munt

Summary:

Noise and dust levels. Special interests. Leisure activities. Flooding. Legal. Blight.


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Representation ID: 25460

OBJECT Susanna Fairburn

Summary:

Safety for everyone


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Representation ID: 25459

OBJECT Roger Lindon Whittle

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The proposed works will destroy what little green lung is left in an area close to a network of roads and industrial development. The area provides good walking and a varied wildlife habitat, which should be protected. The area is also close to important water courses, which could be severely affected by the pollutants from the works, as well as geological disturbance.


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Representation ID: 25458

OBJECT Deborah L Grant

Summary:

What a shame.


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Representation ID: 25457

OBJECT Mrs Sandy Maltby

Summary:

Environment and conservation reasons. Thsi site has for the past 40 years or more been loved by walkers, nature people and bird watchers alike, and children. Noise levels, Disruption and effects on the village, pollution, safety, traffic. Effects on leisure facilities, finance, historical site damage.


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Representation ID: 25456

OBJECT Save the Ancient Valley Environment (SAVE) represented by Mr E Julian Coles

Summary:

The evidence underpinning, and the process for the public consultation is unsound
Evidence for the requirement for sand and gravel is flawed
The viability and deliverability of the Barton site is severely compromised
The Sustainability Appraisal has significantly under estimated the harm that would be caused by the Barton site.


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Representation ID: 25455

OBJECT Olivia Bosworth

Summary:

Clifton does'nt have much countrysiode as it is it would be a shame to loose it. Risk to children and animals. Lots of historic buildings. There will be am impact on quaility of life to myself, villagers and anybody else that uses this area as it will be a building site.


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Representation ID: 25454

OBJECT Helen Towers

Summary:

Conservation!!! Conserve our beautiful, historical and precious countryside and rural community.


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Representation ID: 25453

OBJECT Mrs Brenda Hellowell

Summary:

Impact it will have on the wildlife. The noise effects it will have on local roads with heavy traffic. Dust and pollution.


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Representation ID: 25452

OBJECT Nicola Dootson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Environmental / historical site damage We enjoy driving here to walk our dogs, we do not want this jeopardised. We enjoy visiting Attenborough Nature Reserve with our grand-children.


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Representation ID: 25451

OBJECT Barton in Fabis Parish Council represented by Mr E Julian Coles

Summary:

The evidence underpinning, and the process for the public consultation is unsound
Evidence for the requirement for sand and gravel is flawed
The viability and deliverability of the Barton site is severely compromised
The Sustainability Appraisal has significantly under estimated the harm that would be caused by the Barton site.


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Representation ID: 25450

OBJECT Angelica Carrera

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk and safety issue


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Representation ID: 25449

OBJECT Mrs C Peck

Summary:

Noise, pollution, trucks and lorries, dust, traffic, congestion, wildlife - fond memories. Senic, getting away from it all.


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Representation ID: 25448

OBJECT Mrs G Hind

Summary:

Despite improvements and widening of the A453, no concern has been paid to Barton in Fabis, which is practically cut off. The road infrastructure is therefore totally unsuitable for the additional and heavy vehicle traffic that would be generated by this gravel extraction. Barton in Fabis has been dealt a very heavy blow, not only regarding their access but also in the proposed housing. To add a quarry to further ruin this hitherto unspoilt part of the country would be a development too far, and should be avoided at all costs.


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Representation ID: 25447

OBJECT David Shannon and 1 other

Summary:

This project will lead to general increase in noise, vibration, pollution and congestion in a most attractive area and should not be permitted.


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Representation ID: 25446

OBJECT John Wright

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I walk in the nearby nature reserve with my family and do not wish for it to be spoilt. Also family friend live down there and they are at risk of flooding


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Representation ID: 25445

OBJECT Malcolm Varley

Summary:

Have respect for the farmland and countryside while at the same time it can be enjoyed by so many!


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Representation ID: 25444

OBJECT Mr Richard Fletcher

Summary:

Destruction of the countryside
Dust, noise and danger
Village life and property prices will be affected
I object!


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Representation ID: 25443

OBJECT Ron Harding

Summary:

Generation of noise and dust and air pollution. Loss of leisure area locally and surroinding. Environmental and historic site damage. Safety issues.


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Representation ID: 25442

OBJECT Carol Lyall

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk
Effect on village environment
Planning blight
Generation of noise


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Representation ID: 25441

OBJECT Gwen Derry

Summary:

Noise, disturbance, increased flood risk, damage etc etc


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Representation ID: 25440

OBJECT Alison Bradley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Disturbance to the wildlife
Excess traffic on local roads
Interruption of the peace along the river.


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Representation ID: 25439

OBJECT Henry Derry

Summary:

By the end of 2015 the major part of the infrastructure will be complete for the future development of housing and commercial enterprises. The quarry wil not be welcomed so close to the increased population.


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Representation ID: 25438

OBJECT Tom Blyth

Summary:

It will spoil the beautful Attenborough Nature Reserve, It will scare away rare birds. People won't go so they will loose money. How will it affect flooding, do you know?


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Representation ID: 25437

OBJECT DL Hough

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Ruin the wildlife
Nature will never return
Traffic to near by towns
Pollution
Views from river destroyed

Leave countryside alone!!


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Representation ID: 25436

OBJECT Jill Blyth

Summary:

Noise, dust and loss of quality of a beautiful and nayurall valuable area.


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Representation ID: 25435

OBJECT Jessica Bradshaw

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This quarry site would effect all the local wildlife, killing off loads of our nature which we no longer have much of. Also the town would be constantly disturbed and destroyed.


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Representation ID: 25434

OBJECT Kevin Carswell

Summary:

Completely inappropriate development which will destroy importnat rural riverside setting totally driven by landowners seeking financial rewards.


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Representation ID: 25433

OBJECT Mr N Bird

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Increase noise
Increase traffic
Higher air pollution
Poorer air quality


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Representation ID: 25432

OBJECT Charlie Marshall

Summary:

Removing precious natral areas where people can be walking, running, cycling etc and also reduce their stress levels, whihc is becoming more of a health sconcern in todays society. Habitats ans ecosystems will be destroyed. Residents will be terribly disturbed by the long term works that will negatively affect there way of life. Increased risk of flooding of the River Trent due to deforestation.


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Representation ID: 25431

OBJECT Mrs PY Whitham

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
If it was to go ahead, it will be one great water world, with the Trent and Attenborough, plus if the houses are built on Clifton Pastures, the new A453 road, will not take all the new traffic from the gravel pit.


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Representation ID: 25430

OBJECT BA Whitham

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
You will ruin a very nice village, change the water level all around. Take up important farm land for money for a profit.


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Representation ID: 25428

OBJECT Brenda Wheat

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
No to big lorries, noise and dust


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Representation ID: 25427

OBJECT Rebecca Savage

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Loss of habitat for wildlife
Loss of recreational space for public
Loss of personal use of the are for horse riding, biking and walking


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Representation ID: 25425

OBJECT Holly Stephenson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Is is a really lovely place to walk and home to a lot of wildlife so it would be a shame for it to be destroyed. Especially as there is little countryside left in Nottingham.


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Representation ID: 25424

OBJECT Lilian Greenwood

Summary:

Part of the site is identified as a LWS and SINC. The site is in close proximity to Holme Pit. Lack of detailed ecological and hyrdological assessment.


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Representation ID: 25423

OBJECT Mr Leonard Bettam

Summary:

Inappropriate development on green belt


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Representation ID: 25422

OBJECT Clifford William Harrison

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Destruction of the unique and natural landscape
- Destruction of human amenities and natural heritage
- Destruction of natural wildlife habitat
- Flood risk impact not properly studies
- Noise and dust impact on local communities
- Disturbance and impact on rural communities way of life
- Traffic impact on the A453
- Visual impact of the site
- Pollution to our air quality
- Loss of agricultural land
- Water pollution to adjacent dykes and river
- No means of full restoration in such a valuable and unique area
- Undermining the habitat of theIs


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Representation ID: 25421

OBJECT Zak Thresher

Summary:

I object to the sand and gravel quarry because of the long term effect it will have for the people who live in the area such as medical health issues, a lot of noise and dirt. It does'nt benefit anybody in the area in the slighest, will look awful and p*** all the animals off, amen.


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Representation ID: 25420

OBJECT Neele Nolle

Summary:

Imagine you live in this village and someone else is planning to built something like this in your neighbourhood, wouldn't you try to do anything possible to prevent it from happening?! Of course you are getting a lot of good things from it, but what good do get the people of this village from it. Right! Nothing! We should respect the live and the whishes from the village people and all the animals around that area.

Are you really that indifferent to the lives and feelings and needs of other people? So ignorant to the change that you would force on them.


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Representation ID: 25419

OBJECT Nick Ross

Summary:

Spolil the rural farming community whihc should be valued and retained. Impatc on wildlife and village. Further disruption to the residents. Flood risk.


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Representation ID: 25418

OBJECT Jo Raynor

Summary:

I object to MP2 site MP2q (PA46) Barton in Fabis primarily due to loss of habitat. Loss of leisure area.


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Representation ID: 25417

OBJECT Melissa Keogh

Summary:

Objection to suggested quarry as it will have huge impact on local wildlife and change the habitat for ever.


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Representation ID: 25416

OBJECT Steven James Perry

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25415

OBJECT Alan Winfield

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It is too close to Attenborough Nature Reserve
Ruin the limited amount of countryside in the Greater Nottingham area
Put too many lorries onto the already congested A453
Could put protected species at risk
This sort of industry is not needed in the urban area
Could spoil the views at Attenborough Nature Reserve


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Representation ID: 25414

OBJECT Ben Bellamy

Summary:

Being an area of disticntive natural beauty this really should be protected against the kinds of works proposed for the site. Also being a regular user of ths surrounding A roads the impact on the traffic should not be underestimated.


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Representation ID: 25413

OBJECT Marc Conway

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will destroy wildlife, pollution, disruption to local roads and community. Land will never return to its natural beauty.


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Representation ID: 25412

OBJECT Dr Richard Field

Summary:

Impacts on importants sites for nature and Attenborough Nature Reserve. Air and water pollution. Implications for flooding. Loss of agricultural land. Wider costs, not compensated. Lack of proper assessment of most of these things.


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Representation ID: 25411

OBJECT Louise Rideout

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- kill wildlife
- time wasting
- not necessary


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Representation ID: 25410

OBJECT Louise Tacy

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will kill the wildlife
Reck the landscape
Trent locke will lose peoples attraction


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Representation ID: 25408

OBJECT Lee Jackson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I have signed this due to the fact it will have a rather large impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve and we have only just got otters back there!!! Also - it will be destroying more countryside!!! I feel we have enough on with the government building houses on the countryside never mind another gravel pitt.


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Representation ID: 25407

OBJECT Holme Pitt Action Group (HPAG) (Mr John lee)

Summary:

Direct impact on Holme Pit SSSI water levels and hydrology
Direct impact on the water quality of Holme pit SSSI
Flooding of the land and implications for the SSSI
Additional and avoidable organic material washed into the SSSI
Impact on water quality from water pumped from the quarry into the River Trent
Impact on other locally and nationally important wildlife habitats
Loss of 'best and most versatile' agricultural land
Impact on recreational users of the River Trent
Direct impact on Barton in Fabis and Clifton
Negative impact on historic environment


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Representation ID: 25406

OBJECT John Bray

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I am a very keen angler and conservationist. To destroy this land would be killing a local nature reserve that has been home to many rare species for years. I'm not against progress but all this will bring is misery to everybody within a 10 mile at least radius.


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Representation ID: 25405

OBJECT Lee Hearst

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will ruin the countryside/wildlife. The site will not be returned to its natural state once finished.


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Representation ID: 25404

OBJECT Liz Hearst

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Ruining of countryside
Wildlife will be disturbed
The environment will be ruined


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Representation ID: 25403

OBJECT Petra Oldham

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Because it would destroy the area. Wildlife would be affected. Plants would be dug up and some rare species lost forever.
Village life would be disrupted. Heavy vehicles are a danger to traffic areas, normally allocated for the general public - their vehicles and pedestrians.


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Representation ID: 25402

OBJECT Judith Morris and 1 other

Summary:

We strongly object to this development. BArton in Fabis is a rural farming community, whihc should be valued and maintained and whihc provides a valuable green lung for the city of Nottingham. The development would have very adverse effects on the local community and on various wildlife sites in the area. We lived in Barton in Fabis for three years so are very aware of the huge impact this would have, not only on the vaille but on the surrounding area, not least because of the ernormous number of lorries whuch would be using local roads.


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Representation ID: 25401

OBJECT S Rogers

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will spoil the views and upset the wildlife, may even bring house prices down in the area. The views from the river and pollution from quarry will effect passers by on boats.


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Representation ID: 25400

OBJECT Kay Butler

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
To destroy such a large area of open countryside so close to Attenborough Nature Reserve and woodland is unacceptable. The damage is irreparable and the disruption to wildlife is unfair, this area will never be the same again.


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Representation ID: 25397

OBJECT Julie Round

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This land should be kept as farm land. It's good for the walkers brings wildlife to the area. It will bring pollution to the air and rivers. The land will never go back to how it was!!


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Representation ID: 25396

OBJECT Morris McSkimming

Summary:

Excessive alteration to habitat - (human) needs to be less intrusive and extensive - islands for human habitation ignored.


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Representation ID: 25394

OBJECT Joe Moody

Summary:

I am concerned about the loss of habitat


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Representation ID: 25392

OBJECT M Jones

Summary:

One of the last green spaces for people living around Clifton.


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Representation ID: 25391

OBJECT Caron Whitby

Summary:

My family and myself often walk round Attenborough Nature Reserve, it would be disappointing and unsightly to see a quarry in the middle of a beautiful and peaceful countryside. It doesn't just effect people in Barton it also effects hundreds if not thousands who walk round Attenborough.


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Representation ID: 25390

OBJECT Julija Kalpokiene

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25389

OBJECT Mr Walter Whitby

Summary:

No to Barton Site. Local countryside for local people.


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Representation ID: 25388

OBJECT Ignas Kalpokas and 1 other

Summary:

Negative environmental and recreational impacts.


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Representation ID: 25387

OBJECT Rachel Frances and 1 other

Summary:

I object because of the wildlife effect!


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Representation ID: 25386

OBJECT Katherine Morris-Wiltshire

Summary:

Impact on village environment. Loss of habitat and biodiversity. Flooding riosk lack of information.


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Representation ID: 25385

OBJECT Mrs S Mason

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Increase in traffic through our small village
- Noise and dust (we already get this from power station)
- Environment issues
- Loss of a beautiful walk and riding area
- Health issues (dust)
I have 3 children and we live in the country for a reasons, because we like being able to go on walks and live around the beautiful green countryside. I also have concerns about the effect on my children health with the dust.


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Representation ID: 25384

OBJECT Elizabeth Sanders

Summary:

Damage to the environment, loss of habitat, historical sites. Loss of leisure space, for walking etc. Risk of flooding. Loss of aguricultural land. Pollution and noise.


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Representation ID: 25383

OBJECT Ms Sarah Hickling

Summary:

I object to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the reasons as follows:
Flood risk - it is already well known for heavily water logging and I believe it will make things worse
Generation of noise and dust - our are is already affected by the power station and believe that any dust will also add to pollution in the air, also from wagons
Danger to environment - a great hobby of mine is walking and I believe this will interfere with my route and all the wildlife I encounter
I feel the people of Barton in Fabis and surrounding areas have a right to respond and object to a brutal disruption in green belt land.


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Representation ID: 25381

OBJECT Paravidya Sington

Summary:

Loss of habitat to endangered species
No ecological survey of site
No flood risk assessment
Disturbance to and negative effect on SSSIs
No plans for restoration of site after excavation
Disruption to despoliation of village and surrounding area
Loss of leisure and agricultural facilities
Lowering of water table and its consequences as a result of excavation


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Representation ID: 25379

OBJECT Sarah Labuhn

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the additional of this (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 25378

OBJECT Sara Stickland

Summary:

The lack of risk assessment done with regard to:
The SINCs and SSSI involved
Flood
Impact on grade 1 agricultural land
Noise impact on locals and local wildlife


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Representation ID: 25377

OBJECT Mrs Yvonne Hoare

Summary:

The loss of a playing area to local villagers will impact on residents. It will also impact on noise levels as the machinery will cause disruption.
Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise pollution. increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 25376

OBJECT Mrs Melody Cotes

Summary:

The site is not appropriate. I suspect the council is aware of this - hence the extremely short notice afforded to the Barton in Fabis parish council to submit their response to this proposal


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Representation ID: 25374

OBJECT Julie Bugg

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The site that is proposed has 7 SINC areas, 4 of which will be destroyed. The land could never be turned back to the way it is now. Stop the idea of this now.


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Representation ID: 25373

OBJECT Ms M King

Summary:

I object to this site. Beautiful area.


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Representation ID: 25372

OBJECT Allan Kerr

Summary:

Object due to:
1. The damage to local wildlife and varied habitat
2. The damage to amenities that are valued by local residents to enable to access urban amenities easily
3. The impact of the site has not been properly and fully recognised.


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Representation ID: 25370

OBJECT Andrew Clarke

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Will ruin the environment
Disrupt wildlife
Pollute the river
Loss of Greenbelt
Causing extra traffic


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Representation ID: 25369

OBJECT Chris Selney

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Loss of greenbelt and countryside.
Pollution and traffic


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Representation ID: 25368

OBJECT Paul C Curtis

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will cause great damage to the local wildlife.


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Representation ID: 25367

OBJECT Adrian Croot

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It would have a bad impact on the wildlife at Attenborough and destroy habitation driving away established bird colonies.


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Representation ID: 25366

OBJECT Tina Gulwell

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The effect on the village environment
Flood risk higher
Generation of noise and dust
Safety issue
Destruction of habitat of wildlife and birds


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Representation ID: 25365

OBJECT L Sahye

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Destroying the natural environment and affecting wildlife. Noise and dust pollution. Loss of leisure area and historical damage.


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Representation ID: 25364

OBJECT I Buchan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I walk regularly in this area and it would be a travesty to have the nature and wildlife in this region destroyed. The noise and activity in a quarry of this size is also relentless and would destroy the local villages.
Bad idea.


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Representation ID: 25363

OBJECT D Keay

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Yet another needless venture, not only the constant noise of activity from the quarry site but the danger to the nature and wildlife in the surrounding area. A financial factor would come into place within the surrounding area, people staying away!


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Representation ID: 25362

OBJECT Julie Calow

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I believe that development of this area in such close proximity to the Attenborough Nature Reserve, a SSSI, would be detrimental in many ways. The impact on birds and wildlife would be devastating. The generation of noise and dust will not only affect the wildlife but the local population too. This is a key area for walking, fishing, horse riding and dog walking. Not just for the local community but for people of Nottinghamshire such as myself and my father who spends much time bird watching at the reserve.


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Representation ID: 25361

OBJECT Erin Wallace

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The countryside around there is lovely. Why ruin it with sand/gravel quarries. It is a lovely village south of the river. It will be ruined. Dust and noise will be terrible.


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Representation ID: 25360

OBJECT Reah Mayor

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Ruining beautiful countryside. It is such a tranquil place to go. Lots of lovely wildlife, plants, animals etc will be lost forever.


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Representation ID: 25359

OBJECT Wendy Wallace

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It shouldn't be allowed keep taking all this lovely countryside. Its a very historical place lots of history will be gone if you take these fields and land!


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Representation ID: 25358

OBJECT Donna Davinson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
What will happen to all the wildlife in this area - I live in Clifton and bring my dog and children a walk/bike rise through there - it is so quiet and tranquil. The noise level and dust will be a big impact on the village and surely it will create more of a flood risk!


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Representation ID: 25357

OBJECT Jay Melvin

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Noise/dust pollution
Safety issues for children, dogs etc with quarries being built.
Flood risk for the villages and further down river
Major effect on village environment
Such a lovely quiet village to have the Flower Festival - it will turn it into a dusty noise place.


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Representation ID: 25356

OBJECT Richard Cooke

Summary:

Pollution, noise, wildlife are just a few things that come to mind as reasons you can't ruin this lovely countryside!


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Representation ID: 25355

OBJECT Craig Capps

Summary:

Noise pollution. Where will the habitat go from this area? We are loosing enough wildlife as it is...and agricultural land, forcing us to buy our fresh produce from another country.


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Representation ID: 25353

OBJECT Debra Blount

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Loss of agricultural land
Lovely place to walk round and see, plenty of leisure land.
Attenborough's a lovely village, without there being a quarry stuck there, I definitely wouldn't live there.
Pollute wildlife
Destory views


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Representation ID: 25352

OBJECT Rach Hegaity

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This quarry will destroy the wildlife in the area, the pollution and vehicles will cause great distress to the local residents.


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Representation ID: 25351

OBJECT Emma Chamberlain

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Because it will damage the ground, wildlife, the views will never be the same. The noise will be damaging to the people who live around it.


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Representation ID: 25350

OBJECT Robert Hewitt

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
All this area is farm land and should be kept as farm land. It is also a beautiful area for walkers. I feel there are enough areas which can be used for quarrying without using all fields in one area.


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Representation ID: 25349

OBJECT Gemma Blain

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I often walk my dogs around Attenborough Nature Reserve and have done for years. This is a beautiful area to walk around and doing this you will ruin it! We will loose this area and the dust and noise that will come from it will make it an unpleasant area to be in.
- Loss of nature reserve
- Dust and noise
- Years of enjoyment lost
- Ruin the area


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Representation ID: 25347

OBJECT Rhys Keep

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Beautiful scenery! Why change it? The noise and dust. The village will be ruined and house prices will go down. Flood risk and safety issues with kids near quarry sites!


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Representation ID: 25346

OBJECT John Mercer

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Ruining the lovely countryside
Noise and dust
Wildlife will be lost
Historical site will be lost
The village will be very noisy and the dusty atmosphere not good for people with breathing problems.


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Representation ID: 25345

OBJECT Matthew Taylor

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will cause pollution and harm to the environment. Destroy the natural habitat of the environment. Eyesore to the community. Cause traffic congestion with large vehicles travelling in and out all day.


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Representation ID: 25344

OBJECT Cllr Roger Steel

Summary:

Loss of amenity, imapct on adjacent settlements. Flooding and imapcts of flood risk and pollutionof water courses. Loss of agricultural land and impact of loss on farmland. Access, impact on local roads, footptahs, bridleways and impact on noise and pollution. Environmental, impact on leisure users and natural landscapes.


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Representation ID: 25343

OBJECT Roxanne Phillips

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
-Pollution (both visual and physical) to the surrounding areas - it will effect such things as the Attenborough sailing club which I am involved in and will generally be more problems than positives to the area.


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Representation ID: 25342

OBJECT Glenice Gilbert

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Destroying the countryside with pollution, noise, also the wildlife in the area. Destroying the historic site, also it could cause extensive flooding also it's a lovely walking area with a nice fishing area.


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Representation ID: 25341

OBJECT Pauline Parkin

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will destroy the wildlife and destroy the countryside and views for the people who live on the river side. The pollution in the air will be devastating for passer by on the river. The land will never be the same again.
Devastation to wildlife and locals standard of living.


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Representation ID: 25339

OBJECT Mrs EM Small

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
It is imperative to ensure that the gravel extraction is moved in order to protect treasures of the local community. This is particularly so in view of the proposals to increase the size of the population between Clifton and Gotham significantly. It would be imposing two blows on the area simultaneously. Environmental / historical site damage. Loss of important leisure area.


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Representation ID: 25338

OBJECT Robert Hilton

Summary:

Its a site of beauty providing homes to many species and therefore mining will decrease their numbers. Congestion as a result of mining will make it difficult for people to commute.


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Representation ID: 25337

OBJECT Donna Taylor

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk
Effect on the village environment
Safety issues


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Representation ID: 25336

OBJECT Lisa Tingle

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Would be a great loss of an area well used for pursuits.


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Representation ID: 25335

OBJECT Richard Dalton

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk to friends property


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Representation ID: 25334

OBJECT Nicola Ritchie

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk
Loss of agricultural land
Noise and dust
Effect on the village environment


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More details about Rep ID: 25334

Representation ID: 25333

OBJECT Emma Manser

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Increased flood risk which can cause damage to nearby properties. Disruption to local residents homes and lives. Damage to environmental areas and wildlife.


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Representation ID: 25332

OBJECT Richard Foxcroft

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Effect on the environment
Flood risk
Environmental/historical site damage


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More details about Rep ID: 25332

Representation ID: 25331

OBJECT Katie Hewitt

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Environment - loss of habitat for animals.
Environment and village environment. We should stop changing everything.


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More details about Rep ID: 25331

Representation ID: 25330

OBJECT Elisabeth Hilton

Summary:

Environmental damage to a unique site and the damaging influence and increased traffic , both in environmental and economic terms


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Representation ID: 25329

OBJECT Safina Khan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Environmental/historical site damage
Effect on village environment
Loss of important leisure area


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More details about Rep ID: 25329

Representation ID: 25328

OBJECT Judith Hanton

Summary:

I totally object to plans for this site


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Representation ID: 25327

OBJECT Sue Jackson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Impact on wildlife nearby
Blight on landscape


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Representation ID: 25326

OBJECT John Hazeldene

Summary:

I object to the site MP2q totally. I do not wish to see the landscape changed in anyway. This ia an attractive part of rural England and it should remain so.


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More details about Rep ID: 25326

Representation ID: 25325

OBJECT Tracy Harvey-Flewitt

Summary:

Effect on our lives. Flood risk. Dust and noise pollution. House prices. Historical site damage. Loss of leisure area. Financial loss. Safety issues.


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Representation ID: 25324

OBJECT Anita Harvey

Summary:

We would loose the Hunt and our river walks and flood issues.


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Representation ID: 25323

OBJECT Richard Davey

Summary:

It is a small community which already has to put up with the impact of village life by the closeness of the majore road A453 and by the power plant. It would be unfair to give the village yet more impact.


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More details about Rep ID: 25323

Representation ID: 25321

OBJECT Emma Morris

Summary:

Effect on village. Floodin issues. Amenity space loss. Impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve.


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More details about Rep ID: 25321

Representation ID: 25319

OBJECT Graham Harvey-Flewitt

Summary:

Noise and dust pollution. Flood risk. Financial loss. Loss of recreational areas. Toos close to the village.


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Representation ID: 25318

OBJECT Steph Horner

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25316

OBJECT Richard Childs

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25313

OBJECT Nyan Davey

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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More details about Rep ID: 25313

Representation ID: 25312

OBJECT Robyn Davey

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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More details about Rep ID: 25312

Representation ID: 25311

OBJECT Marie Young

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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More details about Rep ID: 25311

Representation ID: 25310

OBJECT Mrs Karen Robey

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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More details about Rep ID: 25310

Representation ID: 25309

OBJECT Mr Alan T Young

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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More details about Rep ID: 25309

Representation ID: 25308

OBJECT Peter Robey

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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More details about Rep ID: 25308

Representation ID: 25307

OBJECT S Lee

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25306

OBJECT P Flewitt

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25305

OBJECT A Bentley

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25304

OBJECT Jacob Heydon

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Environmental damage
Historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25303

OBJECT M Horner

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25302

OBJECT Mark Bowerman

Summary:

Impact on landscape.


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Representation ID: 25301

OBJECT Mr MA Huffer

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
1. Effect on the whole environment - extremely detrimental!
2. Noise, dust, traffic
3. The loss of green belt and prized leisure area
4. Safety issues - on site machinery, deep water ponds
5. Loss of prime agricultural land
6. Flood risk


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Representation ID: 25300

OBJECT Jonathan Silvey

Summary:

Environmental diversity. Green Belt. Leisure area. Flood plain. LNR/SSi. Noise and pollution.


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Representation ID: 25298

OBJECT Jane Morris

Summary:

I grew up in this village, which is a very special agricultural village. a quiet rural environment with a long history and huge sense of community. The proposed site will destroy the whole rural village environment, create a large amount of noise pollution as result in the permanent loss of predominantly high grade farm land as well as amny important conservation areas, destryoing local livlihoods and very many generations of farming traditions and local families.


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Representation ID: 25297

OBJECT John Blagg

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Destruction of unique area of outstanding beauty. Serious noise and dust pollution to Lark Hill residents (all of who are aged), which would be ongoing.
Loss of habitat to mammals and birds, some of which are endangered species.
Loss of recreational area much used by a wide variety of interests.


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Representation ID: 25296

OBJECT Stuart Hinton

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
1. Historical site damage
2. Extra heavy traffic
3. The loss of protected wildlife
I love this area, don't destroy it


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More details about Rep ID: 25296

Representation ID: 25295

OBJECT Liz Marshall

Summary:

Devastating effect on the environment and wildlife at both Holme Pit and Attenborough Nature Reserve. Depriving the community of valued open space which has been enjoyed by walkers, anglers and riders for many years.


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Representation ID: 25294

OBJECT Freda Bradbury

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It's huge noise and dust impact on our village at Lark Hill also a flood risk. Loss of agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 25293

OBJECT Margaret E Hallam

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
On all counts


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Representation ID: 25292

OBJECT Richard Hancox

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will destroy over 75 hectares of countryside
It will disturb lots of species destroying their homes
It will cause delays and noise/environment pollution with the movement of up to 60 28 ton lorries and other machinery.
It will disturb locals and visitors with 12 hours shifts 6 days a week
Historical sites and walking paths will be lost.


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Representation ID: 25290

OBJECT Karen Giles

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
The destruction of the countryside as well as major disturbance to wildlife native to the area.


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Representation ID: 25289

OBJECT Mrs Karen Wooley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The environmental impact on the whole of the area is huge, wildlife, history, walks and of course the view from the top of the hill will not be a good advert for Nottingham.
The impact on the river and Attenborough Nature Reserve could be disastrous, and not to mention all the extra pollution from all the HGV trucks coming in and out all day/night.


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Representation ID: 25288

OBJECT J Knight

Summary:

We object to the area being changed for a quarry.
- Local area used by ramblers, riders, cyclists, blackberry pickers, local council activities (i.e. bird box making with children, shelters)
- Agricultural land will be lost therefore there will be an impact on food growing
- Loss of agricultural land will lead to climate change
- Danger of flooding and changes to the nature of the River Trent


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Representation ID: 25287

OBJECT Cllr Chris Gibson

Summary:

Damage to wildlife. Holme Pit and Attenborough Nature Reserve. Loss of amenity land. Noise and dust.


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More details about Rep ID: 25287

Representation ID: 25285

OBJECT Mr Kevin Hawkridge

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Environmental impact
Loss of important leisure area
Safety issues


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Representation ID: 25283

OBJECT Mr Clayton and 1 other

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
1. Destruction of local green belt and countryside, also destroying habitat of rare wildlife
2. Risk of altering water table on areas around proposed site, which could result in flooding
3. Increased noise and dust levels especially around access route.
4. Increase danger to human life through drowning due to deep water.
5. Development offers no opportunity to local residents either employment or financial
6. Devaluation of all property within 10 mile radius - would this qualify for Council Tax reduction?
7. Increased health risk for asthma sufferers due to dust levels being higher.


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Representation ID: 25280

OBJECT Kevin McCormick

Summary:

Detrimental effect on: natural site of archaeological interest, terrific biodiversity, unpredictable effect on Attenborough Reserve, river pollution and environmental pollution from working and massive traffic increase (60 loads, 120 movements, per day, from lorries alone). Noise and changing flood patterns. Total loss of some amenities, ruining of others. Natural footpaths along a wasteland. Quality of life for residents and habitual visitors will be seriously affected. Once our wonderful natural environment is destroyed it can never be repaired.


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Representation ID: 25278

OBJECT Lindsey Ward

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk
Generation of noise and dust
Planning blight / financial lost


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More details about Rep ID: 25278

Representation ID: 25276

OBJECT Brenda Blundell

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
-Effect on village environment
-Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
-Flood risk
-Environmental/historical site damage
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Planning blight/financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25275

OBJECT Patay Moody

Summary:

We are concerned about loss of habitat.


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Representation ID: 25274

OBJECT Ronald Grewcock

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
1. Having endured 2 years of noise and dust from the tram works I do not want to endure 12 years of the same from the quarry.
2. Loss of historical sites
3. Loss of leisure area i.e walking, fishing etc


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Representation ID: 25273

OBJECT Katharina Winning

Summary:

You should think about how you would feel when they would build something so bad next to your house it is horrible!


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Representation ID: 25272

OBJECT S Brierley

Summary:

Safety issues. Loss of habitat. Historic site damage.


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Representation ID: 25271

OBJECT Maurice Murden

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
For the flood risk and also the effect on the Sites of Special Scientific Interest.


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Representation ID: 25270

OBJECT Kerry Hayton

Summary:

I have concerns regarding the damage this will do to the environment and the habitat in this area.


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Representation ID: 25269

OBJECT Mrs Mary Lang

Summary:

Please do not spoil such a special area. I object to the proposal on the grounds that it will ruin a special area full of wildlife and a haven for walkers, cyclists etc.


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Representation ID: 25268

OBJECT Dr Jacqueline Tivers

Summary:

The impact on local people will be very bad because of noise and dust, plus the destruction of natural habitat.


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Representation ID: 25267

OBJECT Mrs M Knight

Summary:

Loss of environment, for leisure
Loss of environment and habitat
Loss of agricultural land


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Representation ID: 25266

OBJECT P Brierley

Summary:

Please do not consider this quarry so much land will be lost and surrounding area ruined. Historic SSSI can never be reconstructed.


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Representation ID: 25265

OBJECT Toni Whieldon

Summary:

I have close family living in the village and feel that this proposal would impact on their and fellow villagers lives greatly.


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Representation ID: 25264

OBJECT Ian Whieldon

Summary:

I have family and friends living in Barton and feel the environment and villagers have endured enough disturbance and disruption to the village and local area.


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Representation ID: 25263

OBJECT Willamina McCallum

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
The opinions of the taxpayer are ignored completely.


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Representation ID: 25262

OBJECT Edward A Smith

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I feel strongly that our environment must be protected. Particularly the wildlife in their natural habitat.


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Representation ID: 25261

OBJECT Bethany McKirgan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
-Effect on village environment
-Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
-Flood risk
-Environmental/historical site damage
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Planning blight/financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25260

OBJECT David McKirgan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
-Effect on village environment
-Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
-Flood risk
-Environmental/historical site damage
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Planning blight/financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25259

OBJECT Jill McKirgan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
-Effect on village environment
-Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
-Flood risk
-Environmental/historical site damage
-Loss of important leisure area
-Loss of agricultural land
-Safety issues
-Planning blight/financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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More details about Rep ID: 25259

Representation ID: 25258

OBJECT Miss J Duckett

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
-Loss of high quality agricultural land
-Loss of leisure amenity for villagers and city dwellers
-Loss of green belt
-Vast increase in heavy traffic
-Unknown effect on wildlife in the area


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Representation ID: 25257

OBJECT CG Hind

Summary:

The transport infrastructure if not adequate to support a major industrial enterprise in this area. Access to the site could not reasonably be made through Barton village. There is no other road link. Barton already had its direct road link to the primary school, secondary school, doctors surgery and library severed by the A453 dualling.


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More details about Rep ID: 25257

Representation ID: 25256

OBJECT Craig Herrick

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Effect on the environment, risk of flood, loss of leisure area, safety.


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More details about Rep ID: 25256

Representation ID: 25255

OBJECT Dave Fennell

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The effects on the area, taking away such beautiful surroundings, which in life time will never see it back to its original state, if ever that is possible. The dust and noise levels will effect many. The traffic on the A453 will again become slow and congested.


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Representation ID: 25254

OBJECT Mr G Cook

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The destruction of the land, noise and dust levels, effect on house prices and traffic safety, wildlife impact and safety after.


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Representation ID: 25253

OBJECT Angie Bettam

Summary:

Wildlife being destroyed is an issue we need to redress local counsils seem to have no interest is preserving such areas.


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Representation ID: 25252

OBJECT Mary Bridgwater

Summary:

This is a lovely area to visit to get away from it all - a relief from the pressures of modern living. Please keep it the way it is, don't spoil this area with industry.


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Representation ID: 25251

OBJECT Mrs NF Cook

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The impact on the land and for residents in the surrounding areas will be devastating, the environment will suffer, the wildlife will suffer due to noise, dust and major disruption and destruction. This site will take years to try and return it to anything near its original state and for many generations that benefit from it now, e.g. dog walkers, walkers, horse riders, fishermen and bird watchers they will not be around to see it, only to see it ripped apart.


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Representation ID: 25250

OBJECT Steve Thomas

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The proposed destruction of countryside for this quarry site will have a negative effect on residents of Barton in Fabis and the surrounding area, including Barton Green. It is a popular area for leisure activities including walking, horse-riding, dog walking etc, not only for those from the village but also the surrounding area where I live. Noise and dirt pollution from the 12 hour a day operation can only be detrimental to the area and for these reasons I believe development to the site should not proceed.


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Representation ID: 25249

OBJECT Linda Wright

Summary:

Noise and dust. Lost wildlife, worry about flooding impact on River TRent, loss of area for cyclists, walkers etc.


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Representation ID: 25248

OBJECT Irene Eames

Summary:

Ruin walking area. Loss of habitat.


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Representation ID: 25247

OBJECT Robert McKechnie

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Excessive damage to green belt and countryside. Pollution and transport issues.


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Representation ID: 25246

OBJECT Lynn Mckechnie

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Damage to countryside and pollution


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Representation ID: 25245

OBJECT Alex George

Summary:

Damage to historic sites and loss of environment.


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Representation ID: 25244

OBJECT Eddie Duckett

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The loss of good quality agricultural land that is unlikely to be redeveloped in a decade or so's time.
Dust from the proposed site, with mostly westerly winds, will lead to new levels of pollution to that part of Clifton.
The detrimental effect it will have on the village, including loss of amenity to the villagers and additional noise, all of which will add up to a loss of value on properties.


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Representation ID: 25243

OBJECT Catherine John-Baptiste

Summary:

Noise and pollution, flood risk, impact on local village.


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Representation ID: 25242

OBJECT Miss Anyson Gregory

Summary:

Tou are going to ruin people's lives that live around here and also wildlife and the environment. It is totally unacceptable.


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Representation ID: 25241

OBJECT Mr Ranjit Dhaliwal

Summary:

Flood risk. Dust noise etc.


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Representation ID: 25240

OBJECT Kevin Stead

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Keep the countryside the same


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Representation ID: 25239

OBJECT Mr Dale Hawkridge

Summary:

Damage to the local environment. Loss of important leisure area, safety issues. Loss of agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 25238

OBJECT Karen Leeming

Summary:

Where I keep my horse the land would be lost and no where to ride if you do this it would not be safe. You would be destroying the countryside and my riders would miss out, it would not be good. I have a young horse she would be frightened by the noise. Wildlife would suffer and bridle path destroyed. It would make our life bad. Safety and noise.


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Representation ID: 25237

OBJECT Mr John Collins

Summary:

The 2 month consultation period is totally inadequate. The absence of detail means that a democratic decision cannot be made. Gravel extraction on this site is too close to Barton and would destroy feeding gorunds, SINC sites and amenity uses. Trent Valley Way etc. Finally the impact on village life and property values is likely to be considerable.


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Representation ID: 25236

OBJECT Mr Graeme Watson

Summary:

Loss of amenity and impact on quality of life for residents. No amount of mitigation measures can overcome this.


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Representation ID: 25235

OBJECT Mr Daniel Garnon

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25234

OBJECT Mr John Douglas Hendry

Summary:

Generaiton of noise and dust. Heavy traffic increase. Loss of agricultural land and safety issues. Planning blight as already threatened loss of Green Belt proposal for new housing at Clifton Meadows.


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Representation ID: 25233

OBJECT Katy Leeming

Summary:

We would lose some of the land my pony is on and lose some bridle ways to rise. The noise would be bad. No where to play and walk and the wildlife would lose their home. These plans would be bad for the environment now and later for my father and my child. Safety when riding and walking.


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Representation ID: 25232

OBJECT Robin Pulfrey

Summary:

Noise. Flood. Taling away riding and walking from everybody.


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Representation ID: 25231

OBJECT Janice Pulfrey

Summary:

Loss of leisure area. Noise and dust. Impact on wildlife.


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Representation ID: 25230

OBJECT Amanda Webb

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
As a regular visitor to the area for its natural and outstanding beauty I object wholley to the proposed development.


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More details about Rep ID: 25230

Representation ID: 25229

OBJECT Wendy Gibson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Disruption to local area; pollution of environment; disruption to natural wildlife in the area of natural beauty. 13 years of dust, noise, pollution, increase of traffic to area.


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More details about Rep ID: 25229

Representation ID: 25228

OBJECT Mr W Lang

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Loss of leisure walking and financial loss to local people.


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More details about Rep ID: 25228

Representation ID: 25227

OBJECT Thomas Brittain

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I've regularly enjoyed walls along the river from town. It's a beautiful and peaceful are to go. My walks take me past the proposal area, which if it goes ahead would impact on my enjoyment.
The area also forms a vital natural patchwork with Attenborough SSSI.
Please put Britain's natural and cultural capital before any financial decision. It's worth so much more.


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Representation ID: 25226

OBJECT Joe Tansley

Summary:

Impact on local area. Traffic, noise and dust.


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More details about Rep ID: 25226

Representation ID: 25225

OBJECT Derek Smith

Summary:

Impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve.


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Representation ID: 25224

OBJECT Gary Coldron

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I think it would be such a shame to lose this large area of countryside, not to mention the disturbance of both wildlife and also local residents. I often travel to Nottingham to enjoy the serenity and peacefulness of this, and other similar, areas, and do not wish to see this lost for excavation and quarrying.


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Representation ID: 25223

OBJECT MT Vacwood

Summary:

Impact on residents.


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Representation ID: 25222

OBJECT Samantha Lillby

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This is a tranquil area for people to enjoy their hobbies - walking, cycling, horse riding, dog walking. The community thrives on having a piece of countryside like this to enjoy. There is so much wildlife in this area (ask bird watchers that visit this site) and it would be horrible if it were destroyed!

I use this area to ride my pony as do many others, if the area was ruined by the quarry and machinery farmers would lose out because of clients moving their horses elsewhere.


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More details about Rep ID: 25222

Representation ID: 25221

OBJECT Melissa Smeilley

Summary:

Noise and dust. Impact on village environment. Flood risk. Loss of leisure amenity.


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More details about Rep ID: 25221

Representation ID: 25220

OBJECT Shaun Green

Summary:

Pollution, dust, noise, wildlife. Economic disruption. Time period.


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Representation ID: 25219

OBJECT Tim Knight

Summary:

Objection to site as habitat for birds, bees, butterflies, plants etc need to be conserved not destroyed.


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More details about Rep ID: 25219

Representation ID: 25218

OBJECT Emma Hussain

Summary:

LOss of leisure area. Noise and dust impact.


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More details about Rep ID: 25218

Representation ID: 25217

OBJECT Bryan Wotton

Summary:

Objection due to nesting sites being lost breeding sites being lost. Public footpaths radically changed.


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More details about Rep ID: 25217

Representation ID: 25216

OBJECT Miss B Wright

Summary:

Ruined scenery. Impact on habitats.


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Representation ID: 25214

OBJECT Tabitha Muir-Light

Summary:

To ruin beautiful countryside which seems to be getting rarer in Nottinghamshire, will be devastating to the environmental/historical fields around here. Loss of agricultural land means we will have to import more food from abroad!


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More details about Rep ID: 25214

Representation ID: 25213

OBJECT Karen Pashley

Summary:

Flood risk. Noise and dust. Safety.


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More details about Rep ID: 25213

Representation ID: 25212

OBJECT Jane Daffe

Summary:

Will ruin village environment be more noise dust and pollution to Barton in Fabis. The loss of a beautiful leisure area will be devastating to this lovely countryside. More traffic and pollution with lorries etc!


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More details about Rep ID: 25212

Representation ID: 25211

OBJECT Tracy Hitchcock

Summary:

Spoiling the landscape. Dust and pollution.


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More details about Rep ID: 25211

Representation ID: 25210

OBJECT Barbara Bishop

Summary:

Loss of scenery.Ruin the countryside.


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More details about Rep ID: 25210

Representation ID: 25207

OBJECT Mr Josh Sheppard

Summary:

Loss of countryside and agricultural land. Imapct on village life. House prices decrease. Noise and dust.


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More details about Rep ID: 25207

Representation ID: 25206

OBJECT Pete Hitchcock

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will spoil all the lovely countryside and become a flood risk. Safety issue as well!


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More details about Rep ID: 25206

Representation ID: 25205

OBJECT Adam Hitchcock

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Spoiling the lovely countryside


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More details about Rep ID: 25205

Representation ID: 25204

OBJECT Chris Duncan

Summary:

Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.


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More details about Rep ID: 25204

Representation ID: 25203

OBJECT Luke Hitchcock

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Spoiling the scenery


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More details about Rep ID: 25203

Representation ID: 25202

OBJECT Amy Ellis

Summary:

Effect on the village environment. Generation of noise and dust. Flood risk. Environmental damage. Loss of important leisure area. Safety issues.


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More details about Rep ID: 25202

Representation ID: 25200

OBJECT Dr Viba Ellis

Summary:

Destruction of open countryside. Impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve. Disturbance of protected species. Noise and dust. Historical site damage.


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More details about Rep ID: 25200

Representation ID: 25199

OBJECT Rod Perkins and 1 other

Summary:

Impact on heritage, conservation, environment. Pollution, traffic.


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More details about Rep ID: 25199

Representation ID: 25198

OBJECT Nina Milic-Peters

Summary:

Reveleation 7:3 "Do not harm the land or the sea (river) or the trees until we put a seal on the foreheads of the servants of our God"


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More details about Rep ID: 25198

Representation ID: 25197

OBJECT Pamela Read

Summary:

Impact on the countryside. Dust and noise.


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More details about Rep ID: 25197

Representation ID: 25196

OBJECT Mrs Marilyn Maclocklin

Summary:

Impact on walkers, cyclists and horse riders. Noise and dust and proxmity to residents..


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Representation ID: 25195

OBJECT Gary Durham

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25194

OBJECT Mr J Terzza

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25193

OBJECT Mr Brian Maclocklin

Summary:

Destruction of an AONB. Loss of agricultural land, green lung and leisure area. Increase in traffic.


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Representation ID: 25192

OBJECT V Bostock

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25191

OBJECT Mrs KC Deacon

Summary:

Noise, dust, loss of tranquility. Impact on wildlife. Traffic impact.


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Representation ID: 25190

OBJECT Linda Peckham

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25189

OBJECT Mohammed Yasin

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25188

OBJECT Suzan Rubins

Summary:

Impact on SSSI and SINCs. Loss of green space between Clifton and the development proposed.


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Representation ID: 25187

OBJECT R Khachatour

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25186

OBJECT Kevin May

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25185

OBJECT Mr ND Rubins

Summary:

Impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve. Loss of leisure area.


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Representation ID: 25184

OBJECT Kevin Handley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25182

OBJECT Leonard Taylor

Summary:

Proximity to residents. Loss of wildlife and recreational areas. Air pollution. Traffic impact.


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Representation ID: 25181

OBJECT Maggie Handley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25180

OBJECT Luke Handley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25179

OBJECT Dalbia Sandho

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25178

OBJECT Mrs Amanda Richardson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25177

OBJECT Thomas McCormalk

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25176

OBJECT Mark Kasziba

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25175

OBJECT W Dawson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25173

OBJECT Adam Measom

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25172

OBJECT R Granger

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25171

OBJECT Ebrahim Fredericks

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25170

OBJECT Jane Smith

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25169

OBJECT George Smith

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25168

OBJECT JR Brooks

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25167

OBJECT Mrs Amelia Plumb

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25166

OBJECT Guy Talbott

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25165

OBJECT Liam Blagden

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25164

OBJECT Wilma Steffers

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25163

OBJECT Amy Handley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25162

OBJECT Paula Cox

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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OBJECT D Moscrop

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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OBJECT Radhesh Desci

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I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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OBJECT Nouman Maqsood

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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OBJECT Andy Hill

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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OBJECT Tammy Christmas

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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OBJECT Rosalind Freeman

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OBJECT Martin Hallam

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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OBJECT James Blair

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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OBJECT K Pounder

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25152

OBJECT Gary Walker

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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OBJECT Richard Derz

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25150

OBJECT Jacqueline Hendry

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25149

OBJECT Richard Measom

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25148

OBJECT Sarah Burrows

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OBJECT Joy Robinson

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OBJECT Carl Halford

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OBJECT D Brown

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Representation ID: 25143

OBJECT Daur Daoziyard

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25142

OBJECT Wayne Smith

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25141

OBJECT Wendy Jackson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25140

OBJECT Mr Ahsam Bashir

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 25139

OBJECT Nicola Wilson

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Representation ID: 25138

OBJECT Debra O'Dowd

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Representation ID: 25137

OBJECT Aran Higgs

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Representation ID: 25136

OBJECT Mary Grewcock

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 25135

OBJECT Mrs S Jeanne Morris

Summary:

Loss of amenity. Safety issues. Effect on the village environment. Noise.


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Representation ID: 25134

OBJECT Colin H Morris

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.


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Representation ID: 25133

OBJECT Mrs Helen Huffer

Summary:

Environmental impact. Noise and disruption to everyday life. Poor appraisal and assessment plan. Danger and hazards. Effect on villagers.


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Representation ID: 25132

OBJECT Tani Slee

Summary:

This would ruin an otherwise peaceful and beautiful part of the country that is unique.


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Representation ID: 25131

OBJECT Irene M Goulden

Summary:

The site is of speical interest from a historical and natural beauty point of view. Urgent attention shoudl be brought to the use of other raw materials for building.


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Representation ID: 25130

OBJECT Mrs I Whyld

Summary:

Loss of environment and woldlife. Loss of leisure area.


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Representation ID: 25129

OBJECT Mrs Stella Harriman

Summary:

Loss of historical land and wildlife, loss of amneity land for walking and riding. Noise and dust pollution. Increase in traffic.


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Representation ID: 25128

OBJECT Harold Williamson

Summary:

Impact on the environment and historical sites. Impact on village life. Loss of amenity land.


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Representation ID: 25127

OBJECT Mrs Gwyneth Anne Cartwright

Summary:

Increase in traffic. Impact on the environment.


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Representation ID: 25126

OBJECT KA Grewcock

Summary:

Environmental and historic site damage. Effect on village and surrounding land. Loss of agricultural land. Safety issues. Planning blight and financial loss.


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Representation ID: 25125

OBJECT Anne Radford

Summary:

Traffic impact


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Representation ID: 25123

OBJECT Emma Hinton

Summary:

Loss of Green Belt, wildlife, woodland and amenity land. Traffic pollution.


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Representation ID: 25122

OBJECT John Radford

Summary:

Loss of leisure land. Impact on fishermen.


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Representation ID: 25121

OBJECT HM Grewcock

Summary:

Generation of noise and dust. Safety issues. Loss of important leisure area. Flood risk and effect on village life.


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Representation ID: 25120

OBJECT Gotham Parish Council (Mrs Raven)

Summary:

Concerned that no specific and full assessment has been undertaken and believe that this site should not be considered until all flood risk as been assessed.
Supporting statements say there are negative impacts on historic environment, landscape and biodiversity, agricultural land and flood risk
Loss of long established leisure area for all
Local people will suffer noise and air pollution. HGV movements will impact on the village and local environment
Capacity of redeveloped A453 already been shown to be exceeded if housing south of Clifton goes ahead.
Little indication that any though given to agricultural restoration


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Representation ID: 25119

OBJECT Emma Clephane

Summary:

Detrimental effect on wildlife and loss of countryside.


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Representation ID: 25118

OBJECT Mrs Sue Thompson

Summary:

Bats, badgers kingfishers, wrens, egret, red kite just returned to our area, skylark, linnet, bumble bees and bee we need these or our planet will die.


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Representation ID: 25117

OBJECT Sue Thomas

Summary:

Loss of wildlife and walking opportunities. Noise and dust pollution. Increase in traffic.


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Representation ID: 25116

OBJECT Marc Lander

Summary:

Ruining the loal countryside


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Representation ID: 25115

OBJECT Josh Biddulph

Summary:

Increase in traffic. Effect on wildlife, more pollution, impact on fishing and water environment.


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Representation ID: 25114

OBJECT Chris Berwose

Summary:

Destroying the countryside and wildlife. Noise and dust pollution.


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Representation ID: 25113

OBJECT Philip Biddulph

Summary:

Devalue property prices. Loss of amenity space for walkers and riders. Increase in traffic. Impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve. Impact in fishing.


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Representation ID: 25112

OBJECT Josie Berwose

Summary:

Destroying the countryside and wildlife. Historical site damage. Noise and dust pollution. Increase in lorries.


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Representation ID: 25111

OBJECT Iris Morton

Summary:

Dust and noise impacts. Loss of countryside.


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Representation ID: 25110

OBJECT Mrs Carol Muir

Summary:

Impact on walkers in the area. Increase in traffic. Noise, dust and dirt impacts. River contamination. Impact on wildlife.


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Representation ID: 25109

OBJECT Bex Wells

Summary:

Impact on the environment. Loss of recreational land.


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Representation ID: 25108

OBJECT Mrs A Milton

Summary:

Increase in lorries. Impact on bridleways. Noise and dust impacts.


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Representation ID: 25107

OBJECT Vanda Phelan

Summary:

Loss of landscape and habitat. Noise and dust generation. Loss of recreational amenity space for walkers, horses, bird watchers and fishermen.


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Representation ID: 25106

OBJECT Mr Bull

Summary:

Environmental damage. Noise, dust and transport pollution. Increase risk of flooding. Health of children suffering from asthma and the increase heath risk with increased. dust in the air.


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Representation ID: 25105

OBJECT Susan Bull

Summary:

Noise and dust impacts on residents. Loss of amenity land. Loss of habitats. Loss of historic value. Flood risk.


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Representation ID: 25104

OBJECT R Bull

Summary:

Loss of amenity land for waking. Impatc on the environment. Increase in traffic and safety of children. Loss of historical value and landscape. Flood risk.


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Representation ID: 25103

OBJECT Mrs Kay Vivien Taylor

Summary:

Disturbance to wildlife. Loss of agricultural land. Noise and dust pollution. Loss of leisure land. Changes to the environment.


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Representation ID: 25102

OBJECT Eric Worthington

Summary:

Loss of agricultural land, ancient woodland, nature conservationsites. Noise and dust pollution, loss of wildslife. Proximity to dwellings. Traffic impacts.


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Representation ID: 25101

OBJECT Mr John Branfield

Summary:

Destroying grass, flowers and animals. Increase in traffic.


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Representation ID: 25100

OBJECT Mrs SN Branfield

Summary:

Loss of countryside, leisure facilities and peace and quiet, and wildlife. Impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve. Flood risk. Dush and noise pollution.


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Representation ID: 25099

OBJECT Michael McCarthy

Summary:

The proposed site is an area of exceptional beauty. Loss of wildlife, noise and dust pollution, lack of proper consultation with residents. Impact on the environment.


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Representation ID: 25098

OBJECT Mrs CA Murden

Summary:

Loss of wildlife. Noise and lorry dust.


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Representation ID: 25097

OBJECT Janine Hancock

Summary:

Environmental impact. Heavy orries. Light, air noise pollution. Loss of wildlife.


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Representation ID: 25096

OBJECT Mrs Margaret Edwina Wilkinson

Summary:

Loss of wildlife and rare birds. Impact on Larkhill. Impat on heritage. Heavy traffic. Noise and dust pollution. Negative impact on property prices.


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Representation ID: 25095

OBJECT Mrs Joyce Smith

Summary:

Loss of wildlife and rare birds. Impact on Larkhill. Impat on heritage. Heavy traffic. Noise and dust pollution. Negative impact on property prices.


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Representation ID: 25093

OBJECT Mrs HM Trobridge

Summary:

Increase in traffic. Loss of habitats. Noise disturbance.


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Representation ID: 25092

OBJECT Alwyn Preston

Summary:

Loss of countryside.


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Representation ID: 25091

OBJECT Brian Waterall

Summary:

Noise and dust pollution.


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Representation ID: 25090

OBJECT Kathleen Mayfield

Summary:

Destroying the countryside. Loss of historical environment, and recreation land for walking, dogs, cycling and horses.


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Representation ID: 25089

OBJECT Peter Deaton

Summary:

Loss of environment and countryside, wildlife impact, loss of ancient remains, footpaths, and bridleways.


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Representation ID: 25088

OBJECT Mr Robert Marshall

Summary:

Destroying the countryside. Noise pollution.


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Representation ID: 25087

OBJECT Carol Wilson

Summary:

Noise, dust and traffic.


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Representation ID: 25086

OBJECT Marlene Fennell

Summary:

Effect on wildlife and the landscape.


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Representation ID: 25085

OBJECT Mr J Duce

Summary:

Loss of historical site, amenity area. Safety issues. Effect on Attenborough Nature Reserve.


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Representation ID: 25084

OBJECT D Flint-Noonan

Summary:

Loss of agricultural land. Noise and dust. Historical site damage.


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Representation ID: 25083

OBJECT Mr Kader Daffe

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25081

OBJECT SM Richardson

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25080

OBJECT Mrs PJ Heron

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25079

OBJECT Selina Groves

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25078

OBJECT Mike Johnson

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25077

OBJECT Jo Marriott

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25076

OBJECT Jennifer Taylor

Summary:

Destroying historical site and leisure area. Effect on Attenborough Nature Reserve. Pollution and loss of landscape.


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Representation ID: 25075

OBJECT C Hart

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25074

OBJECT Laura Lani

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25073

OBJECT Louis Lafayette

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25072

OBJECT Shelly Mercer

Summary:

Loss of peaceful countryside, wildlife and historical site.


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Representation ID: 25071

OBJECT Craig Springate

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25070

OBJECT Leanne Fisher

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25069

OBJECT Charlie Morris

Summary:

Loss of important leisure area and effect on village environment.


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Representation ID: 25068

OBJECT Rebecca Hewitt

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25067

OBJECT Lynne Lapish

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25066

OBJECT Peter Lapish

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25065

OBJECT Toby McLoughlin

Summary:

Generation of noise and dust. Loss of wildlife. Increase in traffic.


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Representation ID: 25063

OBJECT Mike Wells

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25062

OBJECT Kevin Keeble

Summary:

Effect on village environment. Generation of noise and dust. Flood risk. Loss of important leisure area.


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Representation ID: 25061

OBJECT Mrs CL Simpson

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25060

OBJECT Mr Stephen Simpson

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25059

OBJECT Kate McCarthy

Summary:

Loss of local amenity and natural beauty. Too close to Lark Hill Retirement Village. Noise and dust pollution. Short consultation period.


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Representation ID: 25058

OBJECT Gil Maguire

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25057

OBJECT Mrs JF Owens

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25056

OBJECT Leona Preston

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25055

OBJECT J Iles

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25054

OBJECT Karen Bedwell

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25053

OBJECT Jo Pellereau

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25052

OBJECT Elin Fraser

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25051

OBJECT Chris Smith

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25050

OBJECT S Bell

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25049

OBJECT Louise Deamer

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25048

OBJECT Susan Jackson

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25047

OBJECT JL Peart

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25046

OBJECT Anna Williamson

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25045

OBJECT Mani Ghely

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25044

OBJECT Mrs PM Moore

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25043

OBJECT Mrs Irene Briggs

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25041

OBJECT Katherine Howe

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis due to the affect it will have on the local villages, environment and leisure space.


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Representation ID: 25034

OBJECT Dave Rodgers

Summary:

It will be a negative impact on peoples lives around here
After many months(years) of having to put up with dire driving conditions around this area (due to A453 duelling and the park and ride for the tram), as a motorist I was looking forward to a break from it all. This project will cause excessive traffic, noise and dirt in an area that should be left alone for people to enjoy, as we do.


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Representation ID: 25031

OBJECT Mrs S James

Summary:

Too close to Clifton. Taking away fishing and walking areas.


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Representation ID: 25030

OBJECT Natalie La Touche

Summary:

Environmental impact would be devastating.


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Representation ID: 25029

OBJECT Bryn Baxendale

Summary:

Loss of agricultural land, transformation of the village, noise impact, loss of amenity land.


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Representation ID: 25026

OBJECT Martin Walker

Summary:

Traffic impact, noise impact, loss of wildlife. High pollution and risk to river and green belt.


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Representation ID: 25025

OBJECT Jody Cartier

Summary:

Environmental impact and noise level on village.


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Representation ID: 25024

OBJECT Caitlin Glasgow

Summary:

It will destroy scenery. Loss of animal homes, could kill animals and will be very noisy.


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Representation ID: 25023

OBJECT Tracy Glasgow

Summary:

Destroy and beautiful place. Loss of wildlife.


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Representation ID: 25022

OBJECT Justin Glasgow

Summary:

Environmental, noise and traffic impact would be detrimental to the village of Bartin in Fabis.


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Representation ID: 25019

OBJECT Mrs Susan Drechsler

Summary:

Loss of countryside, amenity land and archaeology.


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Representation ID: 25017

OBJECT Andrea Fisher

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25016

OBJECT Donna Knowles

Summary:

Too many negatives. Too few positives.


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Representation ID: 25014

OBJECT David Brown

Summary:

Damage to nature reserves, heritage and wildlife. Loss of amneity land. Noise and dust pollution.


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Representation ID: 25013

OBJECT Tina Carney

Summary:

Loss of habitat and amenity land.


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Representation ID: 25012

OBJECT Jack Gilbert

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss


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Representation ID: 25011

OBJECT Ruth Collins

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25010

OBJECT John Gilbert

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss


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Representation ID: 25009

OBJECT Terri Lee Buckley

Summary:

Dust and noise pollution. Ruin tranquility of the village. Loss of wildlife habitat.


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Representation ID: 25008

OBJECT Mrs Barbara Walker

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of: Important to retain a suitable flood bank as I have major concerns about the flood risk to the village. Important SSSI and SINC sites would be affected and Barton has a reputation locally for nature conservation and environmental improvement. Lorry movements in this small village would be hugely intrusive and an intolerable blight on this very quiet and peaceful area.

As this application has been received so late in the process I do not feel sufficient background work has been carried out by Notts County Council and I doubt whether sufficient agreement has been made with the landowners to open a bond for the costs of eventual restoration back to prime agricultural purposes.

In conclusion I consider this a poor site in environmental terms where the negatives greatly outweigh the positives. In the future it would be impossible to replicate this beautiful area.


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Representation ID: 25007

OBJECT Dawn Gilbert

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
In addition there has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25006

OBJECT Holly Willbye

Summary:

Noise and dust pollution. Flood risk. Loss of farming land.


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Representation ID: 25005

OBJECT Val Gilbert

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of the impact it will have on five SINCS and the wildlife within these area generally.

I believe there has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25004

OBJECT Mrs W Marriott

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 25003

OBJECT Mrs Carol Caldwell

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP21/PA46) on the basis of:
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 25002

OBJECT Miss L King

Summary:

The village will be ruined if you go ahead with this. All this land you keep taking away there will not be any farming land or nature/wildlife left in the south of Nottingham.


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Representation ID: 25001

OBJECT Lauren King

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I disagree because of the wildlife and there will be no safe place to play in.


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Representation ID: 25000

OBJECT Abigail King

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
I disagree because of the wildlife at places and will affect the area around us.


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Representation ID: 24999

OBJECT Matthew King

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
Badly researched proposal, late addition to the plan so not a "level playing field" with other sites and due consideration not given to the loss of amenity and habitat value of the land and the knock-on consequences for the village.


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Representation ID: 24997

OBJECT Sara King

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
Badly researched proposal, due consideration not given to the loss of amenity and habitat value of the land and the knock-on consequences for the village.


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Representation ID: 24996

OBJECT Mr SD Marriott

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24995

OBJECT David Hilton

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This is a natural habitat for a diverse range of plants and animals. Once destroyed it cannot be replaced I understand that after gravel extraction ceases the land will not be returned to a natural wildlife habitat as in some other similar projects but will become a marina.


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Representation ID: 24994

OBJECT T Bell

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24993

OBJECT Caroline Coles

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24991

OBJECT Loraine Wojciechowicz

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
The development, within Green Belt and Flood Zone 3, will adversely affect human health, quality of life and biodiversity.


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Representation ID: 24990

OBJECT Ashley Mace

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24989

OBJECT Peter Morrow

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24987

OBJECT Heather Morrow

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24985

OBJECT Mr Allan Beveridge

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
The development of this site will cause harm to the living conditions of surrounding communities, local wildlife, and those seeking a tranquil area in which to pursue leisure activities.


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Representation ID: 24984

OBJECT DS Thomasen

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24983

OBJECT Charlotte Richardson

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
- Increase pollution
- Loss of wildlife habitat
- Effect house process/desirability of village
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24982

OBJECT Christine Ryan

Summary:

Loss of wildlife habitata. Noise and dust pollution. Increase in traffic. Impact on local residents


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Representation ID: 24981

OBJECT Siobhan Sands

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24980

OBJECT Tony Wheatley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24979

OBJECT Mrs H Walker

Summary:

Noise and dust pollution. Loss of agircultural land leading to more food imports. Loss of heritage. Reduction in property values.


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Representation ID: 24978

OBJECT Melanie Ford

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Loss of important leisure area
I also believe there has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24977

OBJECT Simon Walker

Summary:

Noise and dust pollution. Loss of agricultural land leading to more food imports. Loss of heritage.


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Representation ID: 24976

OBJECT Dave Ford

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Loss of important leisure area
I also believe there has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24975

OBJECT Sarah Gilbert

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24974

OBJECT Jo Traquair

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Environmental / historical site damage
That there has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24973

OBJECT Chris Hogan

Summary:

Loss of heritage and countryside for amenity uses.


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Representation ID: 24972

OBJECT Kathryn Stevenson

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Loss of important leisure area
I also believe there has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24971

OBJECT Jessica Mitchell

Summary:

I object in the strongest possible terms to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Environmental / historical site damage
There has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24970

OBJECT Liam Harwood

Summary:

It will ruin the countryside for walking and cycling. tH enoise will be high. The dust will be terrible. Flood risk to the village.


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Representation ID: 24969

OBJECT Daniel Harwood

Summary:

You will ruin the countryside for walking and cycling. Flood risk. Loss of heritage.


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Representation ID: 24968

OBJECT V Harwood

Summary:

Ruining our lovely countryside. All the wonderful wildlife will have no where to go. The dust and noise level will be terrible. Value of properties will be affected.


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Representation ID: 24967

OBJECT Linda Whitehouse

Summary:

It will ruin the tranquil countryside which will never get restored to its glory again. Wildlife will loose their habitat. The noise and dust will be an impact on the village.


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Representation ID: 24963

OBJECT Sam Bed

Summary:

Pollution through dust etc. Ruining lovely leisurely countryside to walk and cycle. Historical sites would be lost forever.


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Representation ID: 24962

OBJECT Terrie Sharp

Summary:

You will ruin lovely tranquil village with listed buildings. Loss important countrysdie for biking and walking. Safety issues for children near gravle pits. Generation of noise and dust.


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Representation ID: 24961

OBJECT Marie Middleton

Summary:

Noise. Dust. Loss of lovely leisurely walks. Agricultural land will be gone therefore we will have to import more. Flood risk. Property values will go down.


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Representation ID: 24960

OBJECT Trevor Burton

Summary:

Noise. Dust. Loss of lovely leisurely walks. Ahricultural land will ne gone therefore we will have to import more. Flood risk.


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Representation ID: 24959

OBJECT Tina Burton

Summary:

Noise. Dust. Loss of lovely leisurely walks. Ahricultural land will ne gone therefore we will have to import more. Flood risk.


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Representation ID: 24958

OBJECT Alexius King-Albans

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24957

OBJECT Ms BA Judd

Summary:

I strongly object to this site because:
The area is a flood defence, a natural one, and should not be tampered with
Noise and pollution is something that is not needed as there is enough already.
I understand gravel is used to build houses. The gravel would not be needed if houses weren't built.
The council have no idea of the damage they cause with their projects and seem to be oblivious to it all.


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Representation ID: 24956

OBJECT C King

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24955

OBJECT Mary Say

Summary:

It is diabolical what you are planning to do with this beautiful countryside. The noise levels will rise, dust and muck. The history of this land will be lost forever.


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Representation ID: 24954

OBJECT Nichola Judd

Summary:

I object for the following reasons:

It would have a devastating, irreversible effect on this area causing environmental damage which has already suffered immensely over the past few years.
It would be a massive loss to precious greenbelt, which in fact needs more protection than ever
Both resident and passing wildlife would undoubtedly experience health risks, along with neighboring communities, living so close to the dirt and dust.
It is increasingly noticeable how little or no value for nature our local council has. Appalling.


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Representation ID: 24953

OBJECT Yacine Daffe

Summary:

Noise levels. Destruction of heritage and wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24952

OBJECT Mrs V Hart

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24950

OBJECT Simon Pates

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Representation ID: 24949

OBJECT Ian Duce

Summary:

Environmental impact. Visual Impact. Loss of amenity.


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Representation ID: 24948

OBJECT Harvey Pates

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24947

OBJECT Glynnw Harrison-Smith

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24946

OBJECT Chris Metcalfe

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24945

OBJECT Chris Whysall

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24944

OBJECT Jane Samson

Summary:

Loss of countryside.


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Representation ID: 24943

OBJECT Jessie Nurse

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24942

OBJECT Glenys Duce

Summary:

We use this area many times it is beautiful has great wildlife and history.


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Representation ID: 24941

OBJECT Claire Tilley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24939

OBJECT Barbara Tilley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24937

OBJECT Kevin Tilley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24936

OBJECT Kirsty Lane-Morrell

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24935

OBJECT Chris Hubbard

Summary:

Destruction of natural habitat. Disruption to locals.


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Representation ID: 24934

OBJECT Gurbakhsh Kaur Mander

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24933

OBJECT Kamlesh Desais

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24932

OBJECT Jacqui Nainby

Summary:

Effect on wildlife and destruction of area.


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Representation ID: 24931

OBJECT Nicholas Boland

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24930

OBJECT Jackie Byrne

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24927

OBJECT Mrs S Delfino

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24926

OBJECT John Gilbert

Summary:

The impact of this scheme has not been properly assessed and the views of those affacted have not been properly canvassed. It will damage the environment, reduce quality of life, adversely affect leisure actvities, damage the water quality of the river Trent, increase the risk of flooding, depress property prices and reduce the amount of agricultural land in the area.


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Representation ID: 24925

OBJECT Laura Robinson

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Representation ID: 24924

OBJECT Gillian J King

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24923

OBJECT Mack Bligh

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24922

OBJECT Tim Chetwynd

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24920

OBJECT Julie Hallam

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24919

OBJECT Lynne Berry

Summary:

Insufficient consultation. Environmental, heritage and natural damage. Planning blight in the area.


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Representation ID: 24918

OBJECT L McKellor

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24917

OBJECT Linda Rasmussen Howis

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24916

OBJECT Sharron Cripps

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24915

OBJECT Andrew Parker

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Representation ID: 24914

OBJECT Jackie Searey

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24913

OBJECT Robert Bishop

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage. Silt up the river. Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24912

OBJECT L Humphrey

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Representation ID: 24911

OBJECT Yvonne Roberts

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24910

OBJECT Andrew Cripps

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24909

OBJECT Simranjeet Kaur

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24908

OBJECT Daniel King

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.
Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24906

OBJECT Anthony Smythe

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24905

OBJECT Paul Haworth

Summary:

Damage to local are. Lack of notice to examaine the PA.


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Representation ID: 24904

OBJECT Laura Fearn

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24903

OBJECT G Fearn

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24902

OBJECT Bernard George Lees

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage. Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24901

OBJECT Dawn Fearn

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24900

OBJECT Carolyn Shield

Summary:

I object because:
It is a site of spectacular natural beauty and should be designated a SSSI
There would be a detrimental effect on the flood plain
There has been no on-site survey about the areas suitability for gravel extraction
There would be a destruction of local habitats for wildlife
There would be additional pollution and noise from additional traffic
The destruction of such a valuable local amenity which benefits local young people, particulalry boys in Clifton would reduce the capacity of learning and understanding of the local environment.


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Representation ID: 24899

OBJECT Debbie Brett

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24898

OBJECT Rosemary A King

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.


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Representation ID: 24897

OBJECT Lisa Wilkinson

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24896

OBJECT B Welbourn

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24895

OBJECT Margaret Beck

Summary:

Traffic generation. Loss of fields and wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24894

OBJECT Yvonne McCrea

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24893

OBJECT Margaret Mccarthy

Summary:

Noise and dust pollution. Traffic generation. Loss of leisure amenity.


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Representation ID: 24892

OBJECT Michael Saccomando

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24891

OBJECT L Hollenor

Summary:

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Representation ID: 24890

OBJECT Mr Michael Hancock

Summary:

Noise and dust pollution. Loss of wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24889

OBJECT Kamaldit Dosanjh

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24888

OBJECT Mr David Ellis

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Generation of noise and dust. Water contamination. Environmental and wildlife loss. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Safety issues. Personal financial loss. River damage.


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Representation ID: 24887

OBJECT D Chester

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24885

OBJECT R Keenan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24884

OBJECT M Quail

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24883

OBJECT Charlotte Keenan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24882

OBJECT P Haywood

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24881

OBJECT Mr Len Stevenson

Summary:

Generation of noise and dust. Flood risk Loss of important leisure area. Lacl of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24880

OBJECT Tony Holmes

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24879

OBJECT Pamela Duesbury

Summary:

Generation of noise and dust. Flood risk Loss of important leisure area. Lacl of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24878

OBJECT Anne Evans

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24877

OBJECT John Stanley

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24876

OBJECT David Smith

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24875

OBJECT Mr Graeme Watson

Summary:

Generation of noise and dust. Flood risk Loss of important leisure area. Lacl of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of site MP2q, therefore the PA is unsound.


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Representation ID: 24874

OBJECT J Talbott

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
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Representation ID: 24873

OBJECT Cameron James Watson

Summary:

Generation of moise and dust. Flood risk. Loss of important leisure area. Loss of amenity. Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the addition of the MP2q site, PA is therefore unsound.


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Representation ID: 24872

OBJECT Beverley Wheatley

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and the deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24871

OBJECT Steven Gilbert

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on the environment and wildlife
- The fact there has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and the deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24870

OBJECT Mrs Kath Stevenson

Summary:

Flood risk. Environmental/historical site damage. Loss of important leisure area. Lack of full assessment/justification by NCC for the adddition of the site, therefore rendering the PA unsound.


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Representation ID: 24869

OBJECT Barry Turner

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
- Loss of important leisure area
I also believe there has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and the deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24868

OBJECT Graham Stevenson

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
- Loss of important leisure area
I also believe there has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and the deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24867

OBJECT Bruce Mitchell

Summary:

I object in the strongest possible terms to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
- Environmental/historical site damage
That there has been a lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition on this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24866

OBJECT Jenna Williams

Summary:

Lack of communication. Flood risk. Nise and Dust issues. Water contamination. Loss of leisure area and agicultural land. Safety issues. River damage. Personal financial loss.


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Representation ID: 24865

OBJECT Miss Samantha Jane Wilson

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental/historical site damage
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and the deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24864

OBJECT Andie Williams

Summary:

Lack of communication between NCC and residents. Flood risk. Noise and dust issues. Effect on wildlife and archaeology. Loss of leisure area and agricultural land. Safety issues. fianacial loss. River contamination.


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Representation ID: 24863

OBJECT Meg Oneill

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental/historical site damage
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and the deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24862

OBJECT Carrie Duce

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
We have had one quarry in Attenborough we don't want another so close.


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Representation ID: 24861

OBJECT Mark Knowles

Summary:

Loss of habitat, safety isses, loss of dog walker and horse riding areas.


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Representation ID: 24860

OBJECT Joanne Smith

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Because it will devastate the natural environment. And the area is already marked for a huge housing development. We already have had the upset and inconvenience of the tram works at the Clifton site. The disruption to traffic in the area is already a problem!


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Representation ID: 24858

OBJECT Steffan La Touche

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
1. Devastation to the environment and natural habitats
2. The noise and air pollution that will be generated
3. The additional traffic that will occur due to the trucks carrying gravel back and forth
4. The eye sore that will be created
The unnecessary devastation, the pollution, additional traffic load and definite eye sore that will be created are enough of a reason for me to object to this catastrophic proposal.


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Representation ID: 24856

OBJECT The Nottinghamshire Birdwatchers (Robert Hoare)

Summary:

Area hosts a number of declining species of high conservation concern.
201 species of bird recorded since 1995
Resident/Migratory Red and amber listed bird species breed here.
Only one of two sites that has a resident breeding population of Corn Bunting
Area is well known wildlife corridor. It would be seriously fragmented.
Access road up the steep escarpment for access is preposterous.
Impact of Dust, noise and disturbance on wildlife
De-watering of site could have impact on wider area.
Close proximity to two SSSIs
Area is a natural flood plain.
Impact on local residents
Loss of too much greenbelt


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Representation ID: 24855

OBJECT Clifton Grove Birds (Robert Hoare)

Summary:

Area hosts a number of declining species of high conservation concern.
201 species of bird recorded since 1995
Resident/Migratory Red and amber listed bird species breed here.
Only one of two sites that has a resident breeding population of Corn Bunting
Area is well known wildlife corridor. It would be seriously fragmented.
Access road up the steep escarpment for access is preposterous.
Impact of Dust, noise and disturbance on wildlife
De-watering of site could have impact on wider area.
Close proximity to two SSSIs
Area is a natural flood plain.
Impact on local residents
Loss of too much greenbelt


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Representation ID: 24853

OBJECT Clare Stevens

Summary:

This will destroy 79 hectares of open countryside. It will disturb protected species e.g. bats, otters and red-listed birds (sky-lark, linnet). It will impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve SSSI. It will destroy an area used for walking, fishing, riding + other leisure pursuits. It will cause damage to historical sites. It will affect house prices. It will cause permanent loss of high-grade farmland.


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Representation ID: 24852

OBJECT Sheila Pirt

Summary:

Yet another assault on our beautiful green belt land. What sort of an environment will it be with housing estates, factory units, traveller sites and now a sand and gravel pit. Has everyone gone mad.


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Representation ID: 24851

OBJECT John Hall

Summary:

Development of this site is totally out of character with such an outstanding natural site.
The devastating effect on wildlife in the area would be catastrophic. Otter can be seen in this area
Birdlife would not exist to the extent it does now and some would be lost to the area forever.
The detrimental effect on the area which is used by cyclists, walkers, birdwatchers, anglers and horse riders
Does not appear to have considered what is in small ponds in the area and the dykes which flow through.


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Representation ID: 24850

OBJECT Bill Clucas

Summary:

Object on basis of lack of communication; flood risk; generation of noise and dust; water contamination; environmental and wildlife; loss of important lesisure area; loss of agricutural land; safety issues; personal financial loss; river damage. Lack of full consultation, assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current approach unsound.


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Representation ID: 24849

OBJECT Mrs J Raven

Summary:

A disastrous idea to situate a gravel quarry at Barton. The amount of traffic generated by 60 daily 28 ton lorries accessing the A453 will be unsustainable as the road widening scheme is already based on a 20 year old model. Environmental disaster. A blight on this already demonised area of Nottingham.


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Representation ID: 24848

OBJECT Joseph Matthew Napier

Summary:

Not wanting to see more of our countryside destroyed.


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Representation ID: 24847

OBJECT Chris Bowles

Summary:

Please do not spoil a picturesque setting. I t would be a real shame to lose.


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Representation ID: 24844

OBJECT David Brydon

Summary:

Affects five SINCs adversely plus wetland and the Holme Pit SSSI. Devastating for bird and wildlife (inlcuding red/amber list birds) both on site and next door at Attenborough. Noise, dust, loss of amenity for an already beleaguered village. Insufficient research carried out as to risk of flooding.


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Representation ID: 24842

OBJECT River Trent Anglers Joint Council (David King)

Summary:

Completing form as Secretary of the River Trent Anglers Joint Council which has been a forum for angling clubs along the Trent corridor for over 50 years.

Object because:

Lack of consultation time
There appears to be no sign of any Environmental Impact Assessment
The likely impact on existing recreational activities
Noise and disturbance
Safety
Based on experiences over the years on opposite side of the River as the Attenborough workings extended towards Long Eaton a combination of deep extraction/pumping has frequently lowered the levels in surrounding pools and lakes creating potential for habitat destruction and fish kills.


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Representation ID: 24841

OBJECT Dr Geoff Matthews

Summary:

I share the widespread public despair: that everythig democratic is long dead. For no reason therefore, I continue to tip letters into the Consultation Re-cycling Bin: while knowing the Consultation Thing is but a dummy to suck on. The 7000 houses project has already coffin-ed the the green fields. Now: to dig up the In-Fabis side of Brandshill! My case is: human being has a metabolism of its own; of which silence, solitude, trees, water and wildlife is a process. The New-Age Brontasauruses and Tyrannosauruses will gravedig the In-Fabis humanbeing haven; however hard I suck your consultation dummy.


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Representation ID: 24838

OBJECT Janet Lail

Summary:

Object on basis of degradation of the natural environment; grave threat to huge range of wildlife; loss of amenity to local people fo renjoyment of the open countryside; industrial isation of the rural area contradicts UK commitments to reducing emissions of CO2 and of advancing biodiversity.


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Representation ID: 24833

OBJECT Lynne Farnell

Summary:

It will destroy open countryside and wildife that is currently on the land. The quiet village of Barton in Fabis will lose its village atmosphere with lorrys coming and going 6 days a week causing noise and dust. I enjoy walking from the village and this will be a loss to many people.


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Representation ID: 24826

OBJECT Gillian Cawthorne

Summary:

I object because it will damage the village environment and the listed buildings in the area. We were informed in the past that planning would be refused for any project which harmed the conservation area and its environment. This project will not only harm, but totally destroy, what is now a peaceful and much loved environment.
The volume of traffic from the quarry, the dust and general noise will impact on the quality of life.
There will be a loss of amenity and leisure areas which cannot be replaced.


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Representation ID: 24824

OBJECT Barrie Cawthorne

Summary:

The site will harm the adjacent conservation areas drastically, and have a marked detrimental effect on the village environment, in particular the village setting and adjacent areas.
The proposed site will cause irreparable harm, and have a devistating effect, on the Attenborough Nature reserve and the nature conservation area. This area is enjoyed by all the surrounding villages, indeed the whole town of Nottingham, particularly the walking areas and the wildlife. This can never be replaced.


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Representation ID: 24823

OBJECT Laura Millward

Summary:

Object on basis of effect on village environment; generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity; floodrisk; environmental/historical site damage; loss of important leisure area; loss of agricultural land; safety; planning blight/financial loss.

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current approach unsound.


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Representation ID: 24822

OBJECT Jennifer Harrison

Summary:

Effect on willage environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site.


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Representation ID: 24821

OBJECT Chris Green

Summary:

Object on basis of floodrisk; village environment; loss of wildlife habitats; noise and dust; loss of agricultural land; loss of valuable leisure area; safety.

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current approach unsound.


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Representation ID: 24820

OBJECT Roy Green

Summary:

Object on basis of floodrisk; village environment; loss of wildlife habitats; noise and dust; loss of agricultural land; loss of valuable leisure area; safety.

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current approach unsound.


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Representation ID: 24818

OBJECT Jean Green

Summary:

Object on basis of floodrisk; village environment; loss of wildlife habitats; noise and dust; loss of agricultural land; loss of valuable leisure area; safety.

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach unsound.


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Representation ID: 24817

OBJECT Suzanne Hemsley

Summary:

Loss of habitat on both sides of river
Unbalancing of water table
Noise, pollution, loss of property value
Increased traffic
Villagers quality of life- stress increased
Industry will take over small village
Undermine buildings


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Representation ID: 24816

OBJECT Stuart Richard Eggerton

Summary:

Loss of wildlife habitats and ecosystems.
Unknown changes in water table/ possible increase in flood risk?
Increase in daytime noise levels due to gravel processing.
Decreasing the quality of life for residents.
Loss of beautiful panoramic views of the landscape.
Opens the door for possible future schemes for gravel processing.


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Representation ID: 24815

OBJECT Mrs W Ward

Summary:

Object on basis of floodrisk; village environment; loss of wildlife habitats; noise and dust; loss of agricultural land; loss of valuable leisure area; safety.


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Representation ID: 24813

OBJECT Mr M Ward

Summary:

Object on the basis of floodrisk; village environment; loss of wildlife habitat; noise and dust; loss of agricultural land; loss of valuable leisure area; safety.


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Representation ID: 24811

COMMENT Brooke Sketchley

Summary:

I have been using the area for many years as a bridleway to go out riding. Due to the A453 roadworks, the bridlepaths in that direction have been disturbed and this route is a main area for hacking out, It would be ridiculous to destroy such a beautiful area.


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Representation ID: 24809

OBJECT Mrs Barbara Howley

Summary:

Safety to health from pollution both noise and dust.
I object to my grandchildren being exposed to constant lorries going through village and dust and constant noise from machinery.
And when all has been extracted - the dangerous 'water holes' that will be left behind - plus loss of natural habitat for wildlife that is so important for all with our global warming environment.


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Representation ID: 24805

OBJECT Gareth Bramley

Summary:

Effect on the environment. Generation of noise and dust. Flood risk. Historic/environmental damage. Loss of leisure area and agricultural land. Safety issues. Planning blight and financial loss.


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Representation ID: 24802

OBJECT Hannah Hopkins

Summary:

Disruption to the village, impact on wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24796

OBJECT Chris Blunsdon

Summary:

Environmental damage. Loss of leisure land and agricultural land. Lack of full assessment by the County Council for the addition of this site and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Perfeered Options therefore rednering the current PA 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24795

OBJECT Kenneth James

Summary:

Destruction of valuable wildlife habitats which cannot be replaced just as red listed birds and other endangered species, mammals, amphibians etc
Loss of more agricultural land which recent report says the country is growing short of.
Loss of natural wildlife area where people can walk, cycle horse ride and nature walk without noise and pollution of 'modern man'
Devastating effect on SSSI, SINC and village which are so close by
Not enough time has been given for public to organise their own surveys, assessments etc to prove this is not the right action to be taken on special area.


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Representation ID: 24794

OBJECT Mrs Barbara Venes

Summary:

Destruction of farmland. Damage to Attennborough Nature Reserve and SSSI's. Increase in heavy goods traffic. Damage to historical sites. Disturbance to wildlife. Quality of life in the village will decline.


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Representation ID: 24793

OBJECT Mrs Judie Brown

Summary:

Loss of leisure area, imapct on the village and activities within the community.


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Representation ID: 24792

OBJECT WE Newcombe

Summary:

Detrimental to wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24791

OBJECT Carol Pierrepont

Summary:

Destruction of the countryside. Loss of wildlife. Loss leisure land.


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Representation ID: 24790

OBJECT Robert Christmas

Summary:

This beautiful area will become an eyesore.


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Representation ID: 24789

OBJECT Mr J Gilbert

Summary:

Loss of footpaths. Noise and dust pollution. Safety issues. Flood risk. Loss of agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 24788

OBJECT Mrs J Christmas

Summary:

Increase in traffic. Loss of greenery for walkers. Child safety. Noise pollution. Loss of farmland.


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Representation ID: 24787

OBJECT D Blatherwick

Summary:

Effect on the village environment and surrounding villages.


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Representation ID: 24786

OBJECT Mrs Dorothy Kent

Summary:

Destroying the countryside. Noise and dust pollution, excessive removal of sand and gravel. Increased flood risk. Historical damage.


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Representation ID: 24785

OBJECT Pat Wallis

Summary:

Tranquility of the village will be destroyed. Damage to protected species. Disturbance and destruction


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Representation ID: 24784

OBJECT Mr Clarkin and 1 other

Summary:

Loss of wildlife habitat and countryside.


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Representation ID: 24783

OBJECT Eric Prout

Summary:

Impact on the environment


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Representation ID: 24782

OBJECT Glen Christmas

Summary:

Noise and dust pollution. Impact on wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24781

OBJECT Brenda Prout

Summary:

View to Attenborough Nature Reserevs will be impacted upon.


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Representation ID: 24780

OBJECT Carole Jervis

Summary:

Impact on village


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Representation ID: 24779

OBJECT J Johnson

Summary:

Impact on Barton in Fabis


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Representation ID: 24778

OBJECT James Wells

Summary:

Loss of leisure/sport outdoor space


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Representation ID: 24777

OBJECT Roy Wells

Summary:

Negative effect on village environment. Generation of noise and dust. Flood risk. Loss of leisure area and agricultural land. Property prices decline. Danger to children. Destruction of wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24776

OBJECT Rosemarie Christine Kerton

Summary:

Loss of natural environment, green fields, hedgerows, river bank and woodland. Noise and dust pollution. Lcak of on site ecological surverys. Affect on ANR, loss of ROW. No detailed plans by the operator with regard to restoration of the site.


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Representation ID: 24775

OBJECT Scott Moody

Summary:

The pond water level. River pollution. Rare species of birds and other wildlife. Neatural beauty area. Recreation. Noise, dust and traffic.


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Representation ID: 24774

OBJECT Jeremy Francis Pratt

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the county council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24772

OBJECT Gary Thomas

Summary:

Effect on the village. Generation of noise and dust pollution. Flood risk. Environmental/historic damage. Loss of agricultural land, leisure area and safety issues.


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Representation ID: 24771

OBJECT Mr Ronald Spinks

Summary:

loss of wildlife buffer from Attenborough nature reserve
Uneccessary removal of land used by endangered birds and animals
Unknown effects to the flood/water table levels in the village
Major interference to the rights of way
Area of natural open countryside lost forever
Increased danger to children wishing to play
Loss of identity to the natural village location
No definitive restoration plans
Lack of thought behind the whole project
Irresponsible planning with no thoughts on impact upon nature or environment
Real people and real wildlife live, use and will not benefit by any removal/alteration to this area of land.


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Representation ID: 24768

OBJECT Mrs K Spinks

Summary:

Total lack of thought for the effect the quarry would have on the village and surrounding countryside. Human and wildlife - unthinkable


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Representation ID: 24766

OBJECT Mr JK Woods

Summary:

A huge loss of countryside amenity
wildlife loss
greater flood risk
noise


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Representation ID: 24765

OBJECT John Woods

Summary:

I wish to object because:

Our home and others in the surrounding area will be permanently blighted by this plan.
I have always thought that it was the councils moral obligation to protect the countryside just as much as those who live there.


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Representation ID: 24764

OBJECT Trisha Woods

Summary:

This plan to extract minerals is a complete disaster


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Representation ID: 24763

OBJECT Ms J Bell

Summary:

Very concerned about impact of this foolish exercise on the flood defenses down stream.
Terrible impact on the nature reserve peoples homes and lives from mess, noise, vibration and flooding.
Non-sensible idea must be re-thought and a different, more remote site chosen.
This would be more disastrous than could be imagined.
I have lived here for nearly ten years and have seen some heavy flooding in this area.


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Representation ID: 24761

OBJECT Joanne Edis-Clark

Summary:

Flood risk. Environmental damage. Noise and dust. Effct on village environment. Loss of leisure area. Reduced house prices.


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Representation ID: 24760

OBJECT Roger Clarke

Summary:

Loss of agricultural land. Historical damage. Environmental damage. Noise and dust. Effct in the village environment. Loss of leisure area. Safety issues.


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Representation ID: 24759

OBJECT Jane Hunt

Summary:

Flood risk impact and flood alleviation measures. Impact on the watercourse, amenity of the local area, and designated footpaths.


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Representation ID: 24757

OBJECT EA Goodliffe

Summary:

It would destroy a pleasant piece of open land near the centres of population
Cause nuisance and loss of amenity to residents of Barton village
Detract from the value and enjoyment of existing recreational facilities re Trent Valley way and Attenborough nature reserve
Illustrates an inability to give correct priorities when accessing the natural resources - ie damage to local environment


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Representation ID: 24756

COMMENT Broxtowe Borough Council (Mr Steffan Saunders)

Summary:

Wish to see a committment in the final plan that there wil be no transportation of the sand and gravel to the Attenborough Processing Plant, and no processing of material there. A committment to biodiversity led restroation and ensuirng residents of Attenborough and other parts of Broxtowe do not experience any noise, dust or disturbance.


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Representation ID: 24752

OBJECT Julie Grigg

Summary:

Lack of risk assessment done with regard to the SINCS, SSSi, floos risk, impact on grade 1 agrucultrual land and impacts of noise and dust on wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24751

OBJECT Peter Boddy

Summary:

Noise and dust issues. Increase risk from flooding. Proximity to the village. Negative impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve and users of bridleways, footpaths and Holme Pit.


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Representation ID: 24748

OBJECT Heather Robson

Summary:

Flood Risk. Impact on quaility of life, noise and dust pollution, financial impact of villagers. Destruction of Green Belt and agricultural land and nature reserves. Impact on biodiversity.


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Representation ID: 24747

OBJECT Lawrence Pick

Summary:

Noise and dust issues. Increase risk fo flooding to Barton in Fabis. Danger to village from gas pipe and water pipe running through the site.


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Representation ID: 24746

OBJECT John Brown

Summary:

Development of this site is wholly incompatible with the rural setting of this village
Increased risk of flooding
Health and safety issues
Increased lorry movements in the area
Difficulty in selling future properties


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Representation ID: 24745

OBJECT Mrs Jan Buck

Summary:

As a regular walker and horse rider on the fields and tracks between clifton village and Barton in Fabis I feel there will be a devastating effect on this area for so many people who have shared my interests.
The SSSI at Holme pit pond is such a beautiful area with so many water birds which will be driven away by the noise and dust of gravel extraction.


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Representation ID: 24744

OBJECT Ann Pick

Summary:

Noise and dust. Increase risk of flooding. Danger to the village as there is a Gas Pipe running through the middle of the site.


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Representation ID: 24743

OBJECT Hilary Wells

Summary:

Find somewhere else. Dont destroy Barton-In-Fabis, lives and homes, to get materials for other homes. That is not integrity


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Representation ID: 24742

OBJECT Mrs Linda Hunt

Summary:

It is amazing that the council has even decided that this part of the county may well have a sand and gravel allocation at Barton. You have no idea of the importance of the site to the Attenborough Nature Reserve and Holme Pit. Its awful.


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Representation ID: 24741

OBJECT Francis Buck

Summary:

As a resident of Clifton Village, I take numerous walks along the riverbank and the path to Barton In Fabis. The many other walkers and horse riders I meet will loose a beautiful trail if this proposal is adopted. The effect of an operational gravel pit will be disastrous.


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Representation ID: 24737

OBJECT Rob Mossop

Summary:

Loss of important leisure area. Effect on the villahe environment. Generation of noise and dust. Flood risk. Environmental/historical site damage. Loss of agricultural land. Safety issues. Planning blight/financial loss.


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Representation ID: 24734

OBJECT Mr Peter Smalley

Summary:

Impact on the environment, hydrology, potential increase in flood risk. Loss of agircultural land. Unaccpetable noise, dust and saftey implications on health. Impact on open space. Loss of ancient/historial environment.


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Representation ID: 24725

COMMENT R.S.P.B. (Central Region) (Carl Cornish)

Summary:

Supportive of a biodiversity-led restoration at this location but not at the expense of extant biodiversity features.


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Representation ID: 24723

OBJECT Campaign to Protect Rural England Nottinghamshire Branch (Mr Frederick Cook)

Summary:

Impact on local people, the landscape, noise, dust, dirt and loss of agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 24717

OBJECT Natural England (Consultation Services)

Summary:

Natural England is very concerned with the impact that a new minerals site may have on this location of high ecological value. In particular bothe the Attenborough and Holme Pit SSSI are in close proximity to the proposed site. In addition there is a cluster of LWS which form an important ecological corridor beside the River Trent which would be directly affected by the proposed site. These LWS make an important contribution to the wider ecological network which is a specific aim of the NPPF. (Paragraph 109)
Natural England therefore considers that this proposed allocation does not comply with NPPF


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Representation ID: 24713

COMMENT Susan Chambers

Summary:

The site at Barton-in- Fabis is close to the A453 which is currently the subject of a major improvement scheme. The Agency accepts that minerals are a finite resource and can only be worked but considers that, where a Transport Assessment revels that HGV traffic generated from the site would have a severe impact on the Strategic Road Network, an appropriate package of mitigation measures would need to be considered.


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Representation ID: 24695

OBJECT Mrs Wendy Kerr

Summary:

I object because:
The underhand way the proposal was rushed through to catch us off guard.
Lack of consideration of the health and well being of residents of Barton
Impact on recreation in the area
Impact on wildlife and natural habitat
Impact on Attenborough nature reserve
Increased flood risk from proposal
Noise from Donnington park race circuit can be heard in the village. Quarry less than half a mile away noise from this will be catastrophic
Not ethically viable to transport sand and gravel to Humberside from Nottinghamshire
Existing Burrows Farm access is not suitable as the proposed quarry access


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Representation ID: 24694

OBJECT Mr RA Stenson and 1 other

Summary:

It could spoil and possible damage Attenborough nature reserve
The area in question is a very important nature conservation area holding 26 different red list species and 52 different orange list species
Sites near Stoke Bardolf and Bleasby are as suitable and would have a less serious conservation problem


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Representation ID: 24691

OBJECT Michael Knight

Summary:

Effects of noise and dust
Devastating effect on biodiversity and on human leisure activities
Loss of high grade agricultural land


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Representation ID: 24689

OBJECT Donna Smith

Summary:

Effect on the environment
Noise and dust
Heavy transportation from early in the morning to late in the evening
Loss of important leisure activities
Loss of agricultural land
Planning blight / financial loss


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Representation ID: 24686

OBJECT Wendy Fletcher

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss
As a keen walker the loss of our countryside is disastrous, once lost it is never re-gained.
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24683

OBJECT Mrs Bev Sketchley

Summary:

The proposed quarry will cut through and totally take out the Trent Valley Bridleway that runs from Clifton to Thrumpton. Having a quarry in this area will give us no safe place to exercise our horses, there are three equstrian centres along this route, with no safe riding horse owners will be forced to move their horses to other yards. This proposed site will put three businesses in jeopardy. Many people use this area for running,dog walking, cycling, horse riding and bird watching. I see families having country walks, where will they go if this is taken away?


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Representation ID: 24680

OBJECT Laura Jane Graham

Summary:

Loss of habitat diversity
Effect on village environment
generation of noise and dust/ loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historic site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24675

OBJECT Robin Cocker

Summary:

Impact on natural environment
Impact on health and wellbeing of people in surrounding rural areas and urban areas
Loss of land for ameinity / leisure
Loss of pcturesque landscape
Thin end of the wedge - fear that further quarry developments would follow
Significant impact on the security and finances of the families living in Barton-In-Fabis and nearby settlements.
Pollution
Loss of archaeology
Loss of high quality agricultural land
Flawed basis for the demand of sand and gravel
Ridiculously short consultation period and woefully inadequate assessment.


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Representation ID: 24674

OBJECT John Wightman

Summary:

Loss of red listed wildlife from the proposed extraction area. Loss of amenity value of Attenborough Nature Reserve for its many thousands of visitors.


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Representation ID: 24673

OBJECT Brian Chapman

Summary:

Traffic is bad on the A617 and accidents occur frequently in the village of Kinklington.
A617 is in poor condition, with lorries running on pavements speeding.
Difficulty in crossing the road for both cars and pedestrians
A617 not designed for the current volume of traffic
Capacity issues at Kelham Bridge
HGVs speeding down Hockerton Hill and holding up traffic when traveling up the hill.

Proposal would be harmful to the wildlife and the environment. This would cause more pollution in the air and cause major health problems in the long run. Strongly object as we don't need any more fatalities.


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Representation ID: 24672

OBJECT Andrew Lane

Summary:

I was horrified to hear of this planned desecration of a much loved area. I have known this area since I was a boy in the 1960's. My farther took me on walks in this area. I have birded the area frequently over the last 20 years. The area contains breeding Corn Bunting, Skylark and Barn Owls.


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Representation ID: 24670

OBJECT Councillor Trevor Vennett-Smith

Summary:

Please note that as a borough Councillor for the Gotham ward I am strongly against this development. In general it is unwanted, unneeded and placing further pressure on a road system that we have no idea can cope - with the housing and industry under discussion at the hearing now talking place.


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Representation ID: 24669

OBJECT Dr Andrew Mein represented by Harriet Mossop

Summary:

Direct impacts on SINCs and impact on wildlife and adjoining SSSIs including Attenborough nature reserve
Destruction of an area of historical importance and potential archaeological significance
Loss of an important 'green lung' for Nottingham residents and impact on leisure activities such as walking and riding
Impact on villages of Barton in Fabis and Clifton with regards to noise and dust
Potential impact on flooding and increased risks for downstream areas.


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Representation ID: 24668

OBJECT Harriet Mossop

Summary:

Direct impacts on SINCs and impact on wildlife and adjoining SSSIs including Attenborough nature reserve
Destruction of an area of historical importance and potential archaeological significance
Loss of an important 'green lung' for Nottingham residents and impact on leisure activities such as walking and riding
Impact on villages of Barton in Fabis and Clifton with regards to noise and dust
Potential impact on flooding and increased risks for downstream areas.


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Representation ID: 24667

OBJECT Miss Mary Brimelow

Summary:

I object on the basis of:

Size,
Destruction of habitat,
Flood risk
Noise and pollution
Disruption to village
Danger hazard
Loss of leisure and agricultural facilities
Loss of wildlife and rare birds


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Representation ID: 24666

OBJECT Mrs Jeanette Robinson

Summary:

The high impact of irreversible damage it will have in the area as stated in full submission. The quarry cannot justify this loss.


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Representation ID: 24663

OBJECT Mr Robert Moore

Summary:

The 13 year project quarrying will completely destroy this area for not only the local residence, walkers and cyclists like myself, but many more people who walk the banks of the Trent who would overlook and industrial landscape.


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Representation ID: 24652

OBJECT John Thorpe

Summary:

I object for the following reasons:

Siting gravel workings including a gravel processing plant, extraction equipment and heavy duty roadways will destroy a beautiful view for ever in a heavily industrial / post industrial part of Britain.

The flood plain which is presently farmland is a nesting site for Lapwings, Corn buntings, Partridges, Barn Owl and is a place where thrushes, waders, geese and ducks, as well as other wildlife feed and live.

In the past, the planning authorities have allowed built sites of heritage to be destroyed. Lets not make the same mistakes again.


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Representation ID: 24651

OBJECT John Clifford

Summary:

Objection to site because:

The site would remove essential feeding and roosting grounds for many unusual birds and animals
natural and pleasant views would be destroyed
Other more suitable sites exist
There is no mitigation in a 400 boat marina at the end of the extraction process. It would be an eyesore.


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Representation ID: 24650

OBJECT Mrs Patricia Rice

Summary:

Objection to site because:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss


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Representation ID: 24649

OBJECT Tanya Simpson

Summary:

Objection to site because:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental/ historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24648

OBJECT Mr. Joe Rice

Summary:

Objection to the site on the basis of:
Wildlife: Effect on natural environment loss of habitat for lapwings, bunting and other rare bird species.
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity for villagers and walkers
Flood risk
Environmental/ historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24644

OBJECT Roger Coombes

Summary:

The affect on wildlife will be catastrphic and greatly reduce the bird, plant, and animal population in the area. This will not only affect the south side of the river but also Attenborough Nature reserve.
Gravel has to come from somewhere but the people of Nottingham(shire) are entitled to some peace and tranquility in an area they love.
So, extract gravel from somewhere that does not have such an adverse impact on a large number of your constituents who enjoy Attenborough and the surrounding area


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Representation ID: 24642

OBJECT Christine Slide

Summary:

I have a friend who lives in a mobile home park at Beeston marina; there is a strong risk of flooding impact from activity associated with the quarry project. Also the impact on Attenborough Nature reserve wildlife and terrain will be drastic.
Not to mention noise, nuisance, mess and inconvenience on a daily basis for years.
Would you lot like this? I am sure you wouldn't. Please think again.


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Representation ID: 24641

OBJECT Tamar Feast

Summary:

The quarry does not need to be here. Utilise other brown field areas elsewhere (alternate sites which have not been given proper consideration) for meeting your sand and grit quotients. The site is in the greenbelt and exceptional circumstances need to be established as per the NPPF. Other alternative, non-green belt, sites should be considered first.


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Representation ID: 24637

OBJECT Lynne Elderkin

Summary:

Wildlife impacts
loss of amenities and agricultural land
loss of more green space in an area hit by tramworks, A453 widening and large proposed developments


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Representation ID: 24636

OBJECT Mr E Julian Coles

Summary:

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site and failures in consultation process - therefore rendering the current preferred approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24635

OBJECT Mr E Julian Coles

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach.


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Representation ID: 24632

OBJECT Frances A Hardy Fry

Summary:

The area is beautiful and is used by people on foot, horseback from those living in the countryside and city and we will loose this.
I live near Barton-in-Fabis and am concerned about the impact in terms of debris created by the quarry and the noise that such enterprise creates.
The industrial area will have an impact on the whole area nearby including the local villages and almost certainly effect property prices


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Representation ID: 24631

OBJECT Mr Arthur R Priestley

Summary:

I object because:
Good quality farm land is being destroyed to make way for the quarry especially as I understand there are other sites still to be fully utilised.
Very concerned about how this proposal will affect the behavior of the river. The Environment Agency have taken no measures to protect Thrumpton.
This should remain as a leisure area for people in S Nottinghamshire. It is much used with the Trent Valley Way passing through.
An eyesore for many years to come.
Concerned about impact of HGVs on road surface.


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Representation ID: 24630

OBJECT Sandie Wells

Summary:

Effect on village and local communities.
Noise and pollution.
Health issues
Destruction and desecration to environment & habitat
Loss of leisure pursuits etc - walkers,riders,fisherman and river users.
Another factor is the Common Agricultural Policy of the EU require putting more land aside to protect nature. How therefore can anyone possibly consider this absurd, insane proposal


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Representation ID: 24627

OBJECT Marie Williamson

Summary:

I object because:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust/ loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental/ historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight/ financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - Therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24623

OBJECT Dr NC Doherty

Summary:

Impact on flood plain
Affect on migration of birds to and from Attenborough nature reserve
Impact of HGVs on local roads
Potential contamination of local groundwater


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Representation ID: 24622

OBJECT Mrs Lillian H Young

Summary:

I object because:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental/historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24621

OBJECT Nigel Slater

Summary:

I object because:

The visual and environmental impact on the thousands of people who use river path at Attenborough Nature reserve.
Sand and gravel available between Stoke Bardolf and Bleasby has less impact on numbers of people, and much further from a nature reserve.
Barton area rich in wildlife.
Possibility of marina is unbelievably crass. Restoration to nature not human recreation.
Consultation period ridiculously short and un-publicised.
New flood defence walls, likely cause more flooding. Building in flood plain asking for trouble.


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Representation ID: 24619

OBJECT Jean Wallis

Summary:

I am a dog walker and have walked the area you want to obliterate for 30 years. Also being a lover of wildlife I really think you should find a less destructive place to the wildlife so close to Attenborough.


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Representation ID: 24618

OBJECT John Garton

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental /historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss


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Representation ID: 24617

OBJECT Mrs Anna Ellis

Summary:

Object on the basis of devastation of 79 hectares of prime wildlife habitat. 25 red-listed birds on site in the last 12 months and 52-amber listed birds. In addtion ot birds, grass snakes, harvest mice and otters have been spotted in the area. Loss of footpath and bridleway.


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Representation ID: 24616

OBJECT A Thompson

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental /historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current consultation 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24615

OBJECT Mrs CH Reek

Summary:

Object for the following reasons: destroying open countryside; sixty 28 ton lorries moving per day; huge noise and udst impact; increased flood risk; safety issues due to proximity to dwelling places; a planning blight which will adversely affect the community.


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Representation ID: 24613

OBJECT Mr J Wortley and 1 other

Summary:

Disturbance and destruction of wildlife and Attenborough Nature Reserve and village of Barton. Loss of open space and extra traffic and pollution.


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Representation ID: 24612

OBJECT R Thompson

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - Therefore rendering the current consultation 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24610

OBJECT Mrs Carol Hawthorne

Summary:

This would be legalised vandalism in the name of progress
Loss of farmland and natural habitat of protected/rare species such as bat, otter, skylark, linnet and others.
Opposite Attenborough Nature Reserve and would have detrimental impact on migrating birds
Volume of HGVswould make life in Barton and Attenborough (across the river) intolerable.
HGV traffic would make supposed benefits of A453 widening a complete farce
Huge loss of leisure area used by many people
Short notice given compared to 2 years for other sites quite frankly stinks.


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Representation ID: 24609

OBJECT Mrs Dorothy Gordon

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust
Environmental impact
Loss of important leisure area


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Representation ID: 24608

OBJECT Colette Godfrey

Summary:

Object on the basis of flood risk; impact of wildlife - loss of habitat; loss of farmland and countryside for elisure pursuits; noise and dust pollution caused by quarrying.


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Representation ID: 24607

OBJECT Mr Graham Nevin and 1 other

Summary:

Our whole family have a strong connection to area around burrows farm. We kept ponies there for many years and have enjoyed the natural beauty of the farm land and natural woodland.
In later years we have spent many enjoyable hours in the area walking our dogs and enjoying the natural habitat of all the animals, birds and colorful inspects that inhabit the area.
It would be a great shame as this beautiful area provides a natural and quiet escape for those of us in Clifton who appreciate the beauty of the area


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Representation ID: 24606

OBJECT Stephen Kitch and 1 other

Summary:

Complete disruption of quiet and peaceful village life. The loss of precious accessible greenbelt areas. Noise and dust pollution. Important leisure areas wil be lost. Loss of land for agriculture. Risk of flooding. Concerns of safety issues. Possible financial loss implications.


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Representation ID: 24605

OBJECT Peter Hewlett

Summary:

This site for gravel extraction would be a betrayal of the villages of Barton - noise, dust, flood risk, destruction of footpaths, loss of land and a huge danger to my grandchildren at play.


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Representation ID: 24604

OBJECT Karen Mcphilbin

Summary:

There are lovely walks to have there and lots of wildlife will be disturbed. Nesting birds etc. Children enjoy running and walking there to enjoy fresh air and excercise.


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Representation ID: 24603

OBJECT Mrs Helen Hewlett

Summary:

The area marked for gravel extraction is important green space - appreciated by walkers, kids for Barton and Clifton, river users, visitors to Attenborough Nature Reserve, cyclists and villages out to take the air. To extract gravel would be wanton destruction


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Representation ID: 24602

OBJECT Mrs K Young

Summary:

We purchased our property in because we wanted to enjoy our wildlife and walks through countryside with wide open spaces. These benefits will no doubt be hindered with your plans. May I also mentionthat living in this area has expensive rate charges, this will not be fair, if we are not enjoying our expected standard of living. Your plans will impact property prices in our area. Residents have shown great patience during the widening of the A453 plus tramworks. We have seen enough traffic problems and inconvenience and have no wish to be subjected to more heavy loads of traffic.


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Representation ID: 24601

OBJECT Mrs JD Davison

Summary:

Destruction of natural beauty,
The health of people living in the village and surrounding area,
Heritage and history of the area
The loss of endangered flora and fauna
The risk of flooding
The loss of finance of property to the people living near the area.


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Representation ID: 24600

OBJECT Mr MW Young

Summary:

We would like to see our wildlife protected. your site will be dnagerous for young children. These are small quiet villages for which the residents pay a high premium, the noise level and dirt will disrupt this. We do not need added traffic to A453. Property in this area have been downvalued enough with the current widening of the A453 and tramworks.


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Representation ID: 24599

OBJECT Miss Victoria Cox

Summary:

Bad for local residents health.
Flooding risk increasing
Less walking facilities, when obesity is on the rise
Destroying scenery and landscape and the disturbance of endangered species.


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Representation ID: 24597

OBJECT Stuart Caine

Summary:

Both sides of the River Trent will be at risk from this development, plus areas that are not near the river particularly from the dust and sand that will be in the air. Not to mention the amount of lorry movement in a small and tranquill village


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Representation ID: 24594

OBJECT AL Haddon

Summary:

Objection on the basis of:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental/ historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight/financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) -therefore rendering the current additional consultation 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24590

OBJECT David Heale

Summary:

It seems rediculase to me that the council is even considering allowing a new quarry so close to built up areas and in doing so destroying farm land. The A17 has very traffic as it is and more lorries can only result in more congestoin and more accidents. The more responsible aggregates companies are now looking to marine aggregates which have less of an environmental impact!!


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Representation ID: 24589

OBJECT GC Young

Summary:

Object on the basis of effect on village environment; generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity; flood risk; environmental/historical site damage; loss of important leisure area; loss of agricultural land; safety; planning blight/financial loss.

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24588

OBJECT Andrew Black and 1 other

Summary:

Object to Barton in Fabis site on the basis of development in this area will have a terrible and permanent effect on the SSSI at Attenborough Nature Reserve.


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Representation ID: 24584

OBJECT Mr Prescott and 1 other

Summary:

I object because:

The disruption, destruction and displacement of an entire ecosystem both on land and in the water would harm a large area of this county's natural heritage. How can we expect the future generation to appreciate, understand and want to preserve nature if the present generation are all too happy to destroy it.


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Representation ID: 24583

OBJECT Alexander JD Marshall

Summary:

1. Access to the site is down a steep hill. Lorries coming up the hill laden with gravel will be very noisy. Far more than when motorbike scrambling was allowed over one weekend many years ago.

2. It is important to keep the green wedge along the Trent leading towards Nottingham.

3. Different wildlife is attracted to the open fields and woods to the north side of the Trent wihch is water.

4. Where is the gravel going to be processed. I hope not onthe Attenborough site!


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Representation ID: 24581

OBJECT Janet Shaw

Summary:

I am concerend about the impoact on the environment in an area wher ethere is already substantial disturbance throughquarrying, road expanision and new housing. There are footpaths crossing the proposed site which will be disrupted thereby reducing the options fo rdog walking in the locality. Although I live a fair distance away, I have a friend who lives in the village of Barton-in-Fabis - we are both dog owners - therefore this impacts on me as a visitor rather than resident.


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Representation ID: 24579

OBJECT Elaine Stenson

Summary:

Object on basis of lossof an important leisure area; impact on quality of life to Nottinghamshire citizens; environmental and historical site damage and destruction; generation of unacceptable noise and dust for a long period; increased flood risk; destroying 79 hectares of beautiful oipen countryside.


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Representation ID: 24578

OBJECT Robert Marshall

Summary:

Our area (Clifton, Barton, Thrumpton, Gotham) south of Nottingham is being swamped by development. The tram, the A453, the proposed development of thousands of housing etc. to destroy so much of the countryside is nothing short of insane. enough is enough.


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Representation ID: 24577

OBJECT Cheryl Inger

Summary:

Barton is a small village and it will be spoilt for the people who live there. It will be very noise, dirty and this will imnpact on the village way of life. I am concerned about the risk of flooding. We often walk from here to Barton and this will not be comfortable with all the work going on . Farm land will be damaged and I am also ocncerned about the ponds which will bemade as I have grandchildren who sometimes use this area. Clifton Village will get all the noise as the winds are mostly from the southwest.


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Representation ID: 24576

OBJECT Mr James Harrison

Summary:

Object on the basis of effect on village environment; generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity; flood risk; environmental/historical site damage; loss of important leisure area; loss of agricultural land; safety; planning blight/financial loss.

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24575

OBJECT Mrs Nicola Harrison

Summary:

Object on the basis of effect on village environment; generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity; flood risk; environmental/historical site damage; loss of important leisure area; loss of agricultural land; safety; planning blight/financial loss.

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24572

OBJECT David Britton

Summary:

The plans expose areas to further risk of flooding. It is not acceptable to lose qualit farmland. The site will impact on the Attenborough SSSI to the detriment of wildlife and protected species. Walks will be ruined with unsightly and noisy gravel works. It is ironic that strict rules apply to Attenborough conservation area, even to prune a tree, and yet just a few metres away this project may permit such devastation.


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Representation ID: 24570

OBJECT Notts Cyclists Touring Club (T Scott)

Summary:

We object to the site at Barton because of the effect it would have on a popular off-road cycle route from Clifton to Thrumpton, being the only route between the River Trent and the A453.


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Representation ID: 24569

OBJECT Edwin Peterson

Summary:

Effect on my village in dust, noise, inconvenience. Potential flood risk to Barton. Damage of historical sites and the environment. Loss of my regular leisure area. Loss of area for visitorts to Nottingham. Loss of agricultural land. Safety is also an issue. Financial loss tot henation long term and a planning blight.


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Representation ID: 24567

OBJECT Mrs Vandela Paterson

Summary:

I object to thisproposal as it is ill considered and will have major impact on my life, my home and the environment. The noise, dust, disruption will affect village life and the leisure amenity enjoyed by locals and visitors. Wildlife will be devastated in an area of scientific significance and historical conservation. Agricultural land lost, flood risk increased and safety compromised. The proposal will affect all locals and visitors financially, environmentally and mentally!


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Representation ID: 24564

OBJECT John Elwell

Summary:

Object for the following reasons:

1. Impact on landscape and wildlife in the area concerned, in particular the red and amber listed birds.
2. Impact of drainage of area on surrounding e.g. drying out of waterways.
3. Impact on the county's flagship nature reserve at Attenborough.


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Representation ID: 24562

OBJECT G Davis

Summary:

I object because:

Much of the value to the wildlife especially birds in areas like Holme Pit SSSI, Clifton Grove, Clifton Woods and areas of woodland would be destroyed if quarrying goes ahead.
Downstream of Nottingham a whole quiet tranquil ambiance of valley would be destroyed; a green lung shielded from the A453 a place to relax without much background noise pollution. The view from Attenborough nature reserve would be ruined. Barton-In-Fabis village would be affected with de-watering and possibly subsidence in the houses.


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Representation ID: 24560

OBJECT Peter Henley

Summary:

I Object for the following reasons:

Impact to SSSI sites of Attenborough nature reserve and Holme pit due to noise and dust pollution. Knock on effect on red list species found there (skylark, linnett etc)
Disturbance to community in Barton-In-Fabis through noise, dust, loss of local leisure area.
Destruction of countryside located very near to the city. I regularly take walks in this area as it is an area of brilliant diversity/ beauty in easy reach.


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Representation ID: 24559

OBJECT George Georgiov

Summary:

Objection on the basis of:
Effect on the village environment (Barton-in-Fabis)
Generation of noise and dust
Flood risk
Environmental/ historical site damage


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Representation ID: 24558

OBJECT John S Hayes

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton In Fabis because:

Village environment threatened with pollution caused by traffic, noise and dust
Natural + SSSI environment destruction
Agricultural loss
Flood risk not properly evaluated


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Representation ID: 24556

OBJECT Leslie Robinson

Summary:

The site will seriously disrupt village life
The site will de-value property in the village and surrounding area
The local wildlife will be disturbed and will almost certainly leave the area.
The countryside will never be the same again. It is a natural site and has been as it is for 100,s maybe 1000's of years.


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Representation ID: 24555

OBJECT Mr Stuart Hill

Summary:

Inadequate consultation period providing insufficient time to consider the impact on both local and wider Nottinghamshire communities.
Inadequate vehicular access to the site. Vehicular acess onto the Mill Hill roundabout for large volumes of slow moving vehicles is not considered suitable. If this routing is chosen the proposed scheme will have a huge environmental impact not only on Barton, Clifton (including Lark Hill Retirement Home) and Clifton village but Thrumpton as well.


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Representation ID: 24554

OBJECT Holly Hill

Summary:

Inadequate consultation period providing insufficient time to consider the impact on both local and wider Nottinghamshire communities.
Inadequate vehicular access to the site. Vehicular access onto the Mill Hill roundabout for large volumes of slow moving vehicles is not considered suitable and with potentially high accident risk

If this routing is chosen the proposed scheme will have a huge environmental impact not only on Barton, Clifton (including Lark Hill Retirement Home) and Clifton village but Thrumpton as well.


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Representation ID: 24553

OBJECT David Bowles

Summary:

a) I visit this area quite regularly to see relatives and explore the wildlife in the area and have the following comments:
1.If implemented it would lead to the loss of an area of great natural beauty and the consequential loss of habitat for a great deal of endangered wildlife species.
2. The bridleway along the river would be lost or seriously compromised as a public amenity.
3. Total disregard for the residents of Barton In Fabis who will have their lives disrupted by noise, dust and general disruption to the village life.


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Representation ID: 24551

OBJECT John Fairgrieve

Summary:

This proposal represents nothing less than the unimaginable desecration of a most beautiful part of the county - an idyllic backwater which we enjoy often particularly from walking and cycling in the opposite bank of the Trent alongside Attenborough nature reserve. Such an intrusive development over so many years just cannot be countenanced. Bury it now.


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Representation ID: 24550

OBJECT David Clitheroe

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental/ historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Planning blight/ financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the additional consultation unsound.


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Representation ID: 24549

OBJECT Anthony Craddock

Summary:

Enormous noise and dust issues from vibrating screens, possibly crushing plant plus vehicle movement.
More green belt intrusion
Impact on Attenborough nature reserve
HGV traffic on green street which was intended as a rural road for Barton and Thrumpton as a feeder road to the A453.
Loss of natural habitat for birds and mammals


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Representation ID: 24548

OBJECT Patricia Craddock

Summary:

1.Devastating effect on quality of life and cost for villages + surrounds because of:

Huge noise, dust impact, traffic (60 lorries each day)

2. Loss of agricultural land and best farmland adds to nations cost of food imports.

Residents of Thrumpton 35 years


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Representation ID: 24547

OBJECT Mark Paterson

Summary:

Loss of wildlife, and the devastating, destructive effect this would have on the local and wider area. The city green areas are slowly being destroyed. This would just be another nail in the coffin.


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Representation ID: 24546

OBJECT Mrs Lesley Hill

Summary:

Loss of rural space close to the city
Impact on recreational space for both local and city children and safety risk imposed
Loss of SSSI sites and wildlife
Impact on A453 - esp at Mill Hill roundabout
Impact on Larkhill residents


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Representation ID: 24545

OBJECT Miss Kim Wallis

Summary:

The devastating effect of noise and dust pollution on areas of natural beauty and historical importance


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Representation ID: 24540

OBJECT Jenny Fisher

Summary:

Objection on the basis of: Countryside, nature, walkers, fishermen, horse riders, dog walkers, and natural beauty


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Representation ID: 24539

OBJECT Lucy Rudge

Summary:

The proposed site will be unsightly and will be an unnecessary blemish on a beautiful natural landscape.


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Representation ID: 24538

OBJECT Jon Wright

Summary:

The proposed works would spoil and unspoilt area and would bring no benefit at all to the local area/community that could balance the loss.


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Representation ID: 24537

OBJECT DN Wilkinson

Summary:

Destruction of good agricultural land, a way of village life, the peace and tranquility of a beautiful country setting is seriously detrimental. Do we really have to destroy our natural history and habitat to pacify commercial greed on the way to a land of buildings and concrete.


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Representation ID: 24536

OBJECT Clair Williams

Summary:

Impact on village commuting/ relationships
Impact on environment
Loss of leisure (running/cycling routes)
Noise/dust pollution
Impact on property value
Impact on desirability of village


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Representation ID: 24535

OBJECT Mrs Jean Jones

Summary:

I am concerned about the Trent Valley Way, plus the Holme Pit Pond. Will there still be a footpath to Barton - In - Fabis? The traffic is also important, it is very busy along the road.
Such a lovely stretch of the river it seems a shame to destroy it.


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Representation ID: 24534

OBJECT Mr D Cutts and 1 other

Summary:

On this side of the Trent river (long Eaton, Sawley, Attenborough) we know full well the many years we have seen our local fields turned into massive holes filled with water. Now there is too much water around us where once green fields filled with buttercups and daisies abounded. Where cattle grazed and families picniced, now a thing of the past. These green areas are precious to our well being and state of mind. What benefit to us is so called 'Dangerous water' that the signs tell us not to go near. Please enough is enough.


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Representation ID: 24533

OBJECT Peter Demaine

Summary:

Substaintal affect on quality of life for those in surrounding area


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Representation ID: 24532

OBJECT Mrs Julie Turner

Summary:

Enveloping our community
Noise, dust
Destroying wildlife habitat
Losing more green land to development
Posibility of disturbing the flood problem
loss of rural activities (walking riding, biking etc)
Damage to the village environment
Loss of amenity impacting on quality of life
Loss of more agricultural land
Blot on the landscape for visitors on both sides of the river, walking for pleasure


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Representation ID: 24531

OBJECT Nicholas Smith

Summary:

A) 5 sites of SINCs and 1 of SSSI will be affected
B) Noise generation will affect the wildlife + the villagers negatively + permanently
C) Damage to the historical archaeological record - again pertinent
D) The loss of the rights of way will impact on many people in the area - as family spend significant time in the area
E) Flood risk - it is highly unacceptable that a flood risk assessment has not been fully completed given the village of B-inF is already at risk from flooding
F) Safety - entirely too close to Clifton/new housing development/B-in-Fabis to guarantee safety of members of public - especially children


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Representation ID: 24530

OBJECT Tanya Smith

Summary:

There are many basis for my objection. Environmental, flood based, noise, wildlife + not least the effect on the village which has already been subject to over-planning re the new A453 road + the housing development planned for nearby.


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Representation ID: 24529

OBJECT Jacob Smith

Summary:

Planning & risk assessments are far from complete (esp re flood) Enormous impact likely on wildlife (protected + otherwise) Noise will negatively impact on villagers affecting quality of life.


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Representation ID: 24527

OBJECT Paul Sisson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Environmental damage to surrounding area
- Dust and noise
- More traffic on 453
- Heavy slow moving lorries


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Representation ID: 24526

OBJECT Liam Woodward

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I do not agree with site, the amount of issues with working trucks affect traffic along with all the work that is being constructed throughout Clifton it will be chaos, also all the sound and air pollution that will be caused just has no need, not able to hang clothes on washing line to dry, always washing my car is to cause me unaffordable expenses.


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Representation ID: 24525

OBJECT Mr Christopher Stoney

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Destroying 79 hectares of green belt
- If we keep going as we are there will be green land within walking distance of where I live


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Representation ID: 24524

OBJECT Haley Carlisle

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Effect on the village environment
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land


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Representation ID: 24523

OBJECT Marycrie Flint

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- Access to bridle path
- More large vehicles and machinery about


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Representation ID: 24522

OBJECT Anne Gilbert

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This will upset the balance of the rural environment, including affecting the bridleway that passes through the proposed quarry site and the dwellings close to the site and the local ecology.


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Representation ID: 24521

OBJECT Darren Mellor

Summary:

- Effect on wildlife
- Destruction of scenic and peaceful areas
- Unsafe environment for walks, horse riders and cyclists
- Flood impact
- Financial loss
- Noise


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Representation ID: 24520

OBJECT John Zakarian

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- The village environment will inevitably be lost
- Noise, dust pollution will make locality undesirable
- Leisure areas will be damaged
- Farming and agriculture will be lost
- Health risks and implications
- Financial loss


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Representation ID: 24473

OBJECT Dr Roy Smith

Summary:


This is an area that is enjoyed by many local residents and visitors who appreciate this green space and associated wildlife. The impact of the proposed site would negatively transform the area with tremendous damage to both the immediate location and surrounding area. There are relatively few such spaces within easy walking distance of the village and the much larger Clifton estate. To lose such an amenity would be a great loss to the communities in this area, as well as the undoubted losses that would be suffered by the flora, fauna and general detriment to this fragile ecosystem.


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Representation ID: 24466

COMMENT Canal and River Trust (Mr Ian Dickinson)

Summary:

Site MP2q (Barton-in-Fabis)
Navigation Authority Comments
Assuming no excavations within 45m of the River Trent, it is unlikely that the proposed allocation will have an impact on navigation along the river. The river is a commercial waterway; the potential for it as a sustainable alternative means of transporting minerals from this site should be explored.

Wider Canal & River Trust Comments
What assessment has been undertaken to identify the mitigation measures necessary during the operational period, and the extent to which impacts can be mitigated, and also the likelihood of a restoration scheme delivering appropriate levels of remediation and enhancements to the site?


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Representation ID: 24465

OBJECT Mrs Rachel Tindsley

Summary:

6 day a week increase in HGV traffic in local area.
possible interference with Trent flood plain.
possible detrimental effect of dust, destruction of habitat, heavy machinery on Attenborough and it's wildlife.
Attenborough is a 'Jewel' in Nottinghamshire's crown , having taken so many years to reclaim, build up an maintain. to risk detrimental effects of extraction on this is letting down so much effort and money spent on this site.


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Representation ID: 24463

OBJECT Mr Roger Hopcroft

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It is in the green belt and requires exceptional reasons for commercial undertakings of this nature which I do not believe are justified
Considerable interference of the Attenborough SSSI site would result and this is not acceptable.
Destruction of good agricultural land also of great importance to local wildlife is not justified.
Any potential mitigation by eventual restoration would be completely negated by the establishment of a marina.


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Representation ID: 24461

OBJECT Mr S Carter

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Flood risk: the Council's sustainability appraisal has identified the floor risk as 'very negative', but a full assessment has not been undertaken. It is completely unacceptable to select this site until the wider flood risk implications have been identified. Any statement that quarry workings are 'flood compatible' is irrelevant until proved via a full assessment.

Generation of noise and dust - there will be a considerable 'loss of amenity' and impact on quality of life to villagers in Barton and the many people who use this area for leisure pursuits from an operation 12 hours a day on this site.

No amount of mitigation and measures to limit the effects can overcome these effects.


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Representation ID: 24460

OBJECT Alison Walker

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Loss of agricultural land and the damaging effect it will have on the village of Barton.


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Representation ID: 24459

OBJECT Diana Macmillan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Loss of beautiful countryside in the area including loss of bride path - although it is said that this will remain open - there would be no access to it!

The work on the A453 has been a nightmare for all the villages around so we think that they have all gone through enough without a quarry being developed as well. This will also affect the flora and fauna of this lovely area!


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Representation ID: 24458

OBJECT Debbie Wareham

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The effect on the village. Barton in Fabis is a rural environment. The proposed site is an integral part of the village setting. The community depends on this land to generate income to support local groups and activities.


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Representation ID: 24457

OBJECT Teresa Lamb

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Even more of our countryside being destroyed, being a keen horse rider and using the facilities of the dog walking and bridleways it would be devastating not to mention the wildlife. The danger of deep water ponds to children will not be safe.


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Representation ID: 24456

OBJECT Dr Maggie Crowe

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Damaging effect from noise and dust on the village of Barton in Fabis. Reduction in quality of life for residents and people who use the land for recreation - for walking, fishing, horse rising, dog walking. Loss of farm land. Safety issues to local children and animals. Environmental damage to a historic site.


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Representation ID: 24455

OBJECT Sarah Juric

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Effects on village environment and surrounding area
- Flood risks
- Historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of more green land and agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Generation of noise and dust
- Too much building on green land around West Bridgford, Clifton and Barton-in-Fabis
- Effect on nature
- Create more traffic


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Representation ID: 24454

OBJECT Lee Summers

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Flood risk, loss of agricultural land, loss of leisure facilities like walking areas, cycling, riding and fishing. Noise and dust - impact on wildlife and noise and dust impact on residents of Barton. Insufficient time spend assessing impact of pit against villagers.


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Representation ID: 24453

OBJECT Gabriella Fryer

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Further costs to the city due to air, noise and ground pollution, loss of habitats, loss of agricultural land, further effects to the ecosystem.


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Representation ID: 24452

OBJECT Mrs Karen Lee

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- I attend the Attenborough Nature Reserve on a regular basis with my family and know how delicate the environment is in this area.
- I understand that any restoration will not include restoration to the current biodiversity of the area and as such this will be lost forever.
- In addition to this my family often take walks in the local area and understand that the woodland we walk through will be lost


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Representation ID: 24451

OBJECT Miss Harriet Kaczmarczuk

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- The destruction of this beautiful area will lead to the loss of an invaluable green space, particularly for children, not only of Barton, but also Clifton
- Loss of amenity through loss of footpaths/bridleways
- Loss of rich wildlife habitat
- Lack of proper surveys and improper/lack of consideration of SINCs and SSSIs
- Lack of sufficient information submitted by the operator
- There is no certainty about the restoration and in any case, no restoration will meet the current range of biodiversity on the site.
The planners actively sort out the site themselves


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Representation ID: 24450

OBJECT Andy Gerus

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Flood risk to the area
- Effect on the village environment and the local community
- Loss of agricultural land
- Financial loss to those concerned


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Representation ID: 24449

OBJECT Shannon Eccles

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Flood risks
- Environmental damage
- Noise and dust
- Safety issues
- Loss of leisure area
- Financial loss


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Representation ID: 24447

OBJECT Anna Crowe

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Loss of an important leisure area
- Effect on the village environment
- Generation of noise and dust
- Flood risk
- Environmental/historical site damage
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight/financial loss


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Representation ID: 24446

OBJECT Isabel Hardy

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Loss of an important leisure area
- Effect on the village environment
- Generation of noise and dust
- Flood risk
- Environmental/historical site damage
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight/financial loss


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Representation ID: 24445

OBJECT James Hardy

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Loss of an important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land


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Representation ID: 24444

OBJECT Nichola Mather

Summary:

If this project goes ahead what will happen to the landscape afterwards. Will it be left as an eyesore and scar on the landscape. This country cannot keep having its natural landscape destroyed. It's time to say 'no'!

We need to safeguard our countryside, greenbelt, farmland, nature and wildlife before it's too late.


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Representation ID: 24443

OBJECT Nichola Mather

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
We do not need to have this upheaval in this area of Nottingham. There is enough industrial work going on in this area already e.g. A453 widening. Tramway and Park and Ride which has taken up arable farm land which we can ill afford to lose as a country. Also taken up greenbelt land, interfering with nature and wildlife. Also what about the noise and air pollution and peoples life's that this will effect.

Stop building on and destroying greenbelt and farmland.


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Representation ID: 24440

OBJECT Ramblers Notts Area (Mr James Norris)

Summary:

We believe the proposals for this site are totally unacceptable in every respect.


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Representation ID: 24438

COMMENT Ramblers Notts Area (Mr James Norris)

Summary:

The proposal for the new Barton-in-Fabis site contains a public footpath and a public bridleway which are both well used. They are a key part of the footpath network and there are no alternatives for access to the west of Nottingham on the South Side of the River Trent.


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Representation ID: 24435

OBJECT Mr D Beedon and 1 other

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will spoil the countryside for people and wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24430

OBJECT Mr Phil Read

Summary:

Do not destroy a very important wildlife and recreation resource so near to the centre of Nottingham so that big business can benefit at the cost of people, wildlife and quality of life!


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Representation ID: 24425

OBJECT Miss Harriet Kaczmarczuk

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- The destruction of this beautiful area will lead to the loss of an invaluable green space, particularly for children, not only of Barton, but also Clifton
- Loss of amenity (walking, cycling, horse riding, birdwatchers, photographers and families, both locally and wider) through loss of footpaths/bridleways
- Loss of rich wildlife habitat
- Lack of proper surveys and improper/lack of consideration of SINCs and SSSIs
- Lack of sufficient information submitted by the operator
- There is no certainty about the restoration and in any case, no restoration will meet the current range of biodiversity on the site.


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Representation ID: 24424

OBJECT Martin Cobley

Summary:

I do feel I cannot really object to the extraction of gravel in Barton-in-Fabis; I would rather that it were somewhere else. What does concern me, however, is that there is a railway line running next to the present gravel pits (Attenborough) which is not utilised for the carriage of gravel. Further to this the River Trent runs by the side of the present pits and alongside the new proposals, which again is not used for the carriage of gravel, in spite of the present pits being used for internal carriage. Do we have to have yet more heavy lorries when there are non-utilised resources so close at hand? So I do object to gravel extraction if it is to be transport forward by road.


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Representation ID: 24423

OBJECT Mrs P Ware

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This beautiful site should be left as a nature reserve for not only the pleasure of the general public but for the many water fowl and birds that are found there. Also enough of this country's green areas are being destroyed and we are only a small island. Before long everywhere will be bricks and concrete.


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Representation ID: 24422

OBJECT Christine Marshall

Summary:

I am very concerned for local residents about the extra lorries that would go through the area. I am also concerned that there is no detriment to the lovely countryside space we have near Clifton Grove used by many for dog walking, horse riding, walking, fishing and bird watching. We need our outdoor spaces for us and for future generations.

If the site does have to be developed into a quarry it may not be so bad if it is done along the lines of Attenborough and their nature reserve. Perhaps there would be space for a new marina and bridge over the Trent to the nature reserve.


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Representation ID: 24421

OBJECT Mr Buckley and 1 other

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Destruction to the environment, wildlife and local area. Our countryside needs to be saved, we are always told to care for our environment but you are constantly trying to take it away. Think on for the future, our children need fresh air and lovely places to spend their future.


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Representation ID: 24420

OBJECT GS Ortori

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Farmland situated to the SE of the river in this area is part of a rich and diverse wildlife habitat. It should be viewed as complementary to, and part of, the nature reserve to the NW. Gravel extraction will greatly reduce diversity, affecting many animal and plant species, as identified by the Wildlife Trust. It will also further damage one of the few remaining, traditional agricultural landscapes in this part of the Trent Valley.


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Representation ID: 24419

OBJECT Mrs Rae Shaw

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
This is important agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 24418

OBJECT Nigel Griffin

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
This is a totally unsuitable site, look elsewhere!


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Representation ID: 24417

OBJECT Prof Roy Haines-Young

Summary:

- Loss or amenity value

- Impact on quality of life

- Damage to important habitats and wildlife sites

- Increased flood risk, impacts on water - quality and river flows

- Inadequate proposals for restoration

- Traffic impacts

- Loss of agricultural land

- Failure to address social and environmental costs adequately

-Failure to make proper comparison with other sites


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Representation ID: 24413

OBJECT Nottingham Friends of the Earth (Mr Nigel Lee)

Summary:

The environmental appraisal for the site is inadequate, in particular:
- no adequate Habitats Assessment;
- no analysis of the impact on specific species
- no adequate assessment of the impact on SINCs within the site;
- no proper assessment of the impact two SSSIs close to the site(Attenborough Nature Reserve and Holme Pit);
- a full flood risk assessment has not been made;
- no hydrological report although "potential de-watering and discharge into watercourses" is acknowledged;
- we understand that the developer has recently indicated an intention to subsequently develop the quarry site as a marina - but there is no appraisal of the impact of such a development, or of any other proposal for restoration.


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Representation ID: 24411

OBJECT Amanda Leek

Summary:

OBJECTION to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of rights of way
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24410

OBJECT Joanne Perry

Summary:

OBJECTION to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental/historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24408

OBJECT Charlotte Harrison

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/ PA46) on the basis of:
1. Generation of noise and sound
2. Environmental / historical site damage
3. Loss of important leisure area
4. Safety issues
5. Effect on the village environment
6. Flood risks

As a 21 year old, I don't wish to grow up knowing that the beautiful countryside, where I enjoy walking the dog and
riding my pony, is going to become a noisy, dust and un-environmentally friendly gravel site.

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24407

OBJECT Diane Harrison

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/ PA46) on the basis of:
1. Generation of noise and sound
2. Environmental / historical site damage
3. Loss of important leisure area
4. Safety issues
5. Effect on the village environment
6. Flood risks

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24403

OBJECT Tracey O'Sullivan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
It will have a massive detrimental effect on the local area. We need to preserve this area for the wildlife that reside here and for the community that visit on a regular basis to walk our dogs and educate our children. If this goes ahead it will become an ugly, dangerous are not remain beautiful as it is.


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Representation ID: 24401

COMMENT Commercial Boat Operators Association (CBOA) (John Dodwell)

Summary:

I have the following points about potential use of barge transport:
5) Barton in Fabis - this new site is beside the Trent, so very suitable for future barge transport.


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Representation ID: 24393

OBJECT Heather Moorhouse

Summary:

OBJECTION to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24392

OBJECT Holly McCain

Summary:

I OBJECT to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q / PA46) for the following reasons:
I am concerned about the impact on wildlife in the surrounding area, and on the wildlife at Attenborough Nature Reserve which is very close by. I do not want habitats for wildlife to be destroyed.
I am also worried about the effect on the wellbeing and quality of life of the local residents at Barton and Old Clifton.
In addition the development will cause significant noise, visual and dust pollution, which again will affect the quality of life of residents and the wildlife in the region.


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Representation ID: 24391

OBJECT Lee Brown

Summary:

I OBJECT to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- The quarry would ruin an area of natural beauty
- The quarry would ruin village life. I often visit Barton in Fabis on work related trips
- I am concerned about the flood risk to local properties
- Loss of green belt and important leisure area
- Loss of wildlife habitat
- Flood risk
- Pollution risk

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Council's Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.


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Representation ID: 24388

OBJECT Kenneth Dransfield

Summary:

- Significant increase in noise
- Air pollution from dust created by plant and machinery
- Impact of visual intrusion caused by the works on virgin green belt land
- Physical loss to the local amenity coupled with the effect on the bio-diversity of the area
- Noise, dust and disruption caused by countless heavy trucks joining an already congested road system
- Effect on the water table and flood plain from extraction pumps running 24/7
- Proximity to HP gas main

Barton in Fabis has already lost huge swathes of green belt to the proposed building of 3000 plus houses, not to mention land lost to the new Tram Terminus and the widening of the A4453 trunk road.


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Representation ID: 24386

OBJECT Mr J Potter

Summary:

- Negative industrialization of countryside/Mature Landscape Area.
- Light pollution of a relatively dark landscape
- 13 years of noise pollution in a relatively quiet area
- Issues from dust - detriment to air quality
- Loss of good grade agricultural land
- Loss of pleasant amenity of FP2 (BW3 wouldn't be a replacement, it is different in character)
- You can sense the abundance of nature in the area, in contrast to (and a haven from) the waters over the River
- Safety concerns of youths swimming in the workings
- Youth blight from use of motorbikes
- Lack of laminated site advertisement notices
- No city council discussions with residents of Clifton, particularly regarding concerns of future extensions towards Clifton
- Faults at this consultation stage
- The Councils should not be trying to cumulatively destroy the extant environment of NG11.


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Representation ID: 24383

OBJECT Mr C Parker

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- Reduction in house value
- Loss of wildlife
- Noise disruption
- Dust levels - health issues
- Loss of natural/farming land
- Heavier road traffic


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Representation ID: 24382

OBJECT Mr C Parker

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Flood risk
Noise and disruption to village life, an important part of rural Nottinghamshire.
Loss of leisure and farming land


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Representation ID: 24381

OBJECT Canon Patrick Mossop

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Effect on Barton community
Effect on wildlife and 2 SSSI
Effect on public health
Abuse of planning procedure


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Representation ID: 24380

OBJECT Mrs Helen Mossop

Summary:

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Detrimental effect on life in Barton in Fabis
Detrimental effect on housing market
Detrimental effect on environment
Loss of leisure activities and space for physical exercise


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Representation ID: 24376

OBJECT Tamar Feast

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental/historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight/financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24374

OBJECT Ms Deborah Unwin

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental/historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight/financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24372

OBJECT June Hogg

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
1. Loss of natural amenities
2. Noise and dust pollution
3. Danger from heavy plant and machinery using already overcrowded roads in the area


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Representation ID: 24371

OBJECT David Brealey

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
I am concerned that there will be a vastly increase amount of lorry traffic into/out of the work on Long Lane Attenborough as a result of the Barton in Fabis extraction.

Further, I believe, that the proposed workings will detract from the views across the river from Attenborough Nature Reserve and disappoint the many visitors to the reserve, possibly to its detriment in visitor numbers.


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Representation ID: 24364

OBJECT Giulia Miles

Summary:

I object as it will have a detrimental effect on the village of barton in fabis; there will be considerable noise and dust created for Barton and noise is likely to affect communities on the opposite side of the river e.g. Attenborough; it will have a negative impact on wildlife and a loss of biodiversity it will also impact on Attenborough nature reserve ; planning blight and the ruin of a important agriculture and leisure area.


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Representation ID: 24350

OBJECT Mr John Rule

Summary:

The Attenborough Nature Reserve is a remarkable facility and attracts many visitors each year. It has an incredible variety of birds, plants etc. and is perhaps one of the best Nature Reserves in the country. It seems unbelievable that the council can propose this project, which puts the integrity and popularity of the Nature Reserve at considerable risk.


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Representation ID: 24349

OBJECT Paul Kaczmarczuk

Summary:

I do not wish to summarise my objection, and ask that it is published in its entirety


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Representation ID: 24335

OBJECT Mr Graham Morton

Summary:

I object on the grounds of:
1) Destruction of wildlife habitat and specifically with respect to two Red Listed birds; Skylark and Corn Bunting. Additonally the wintering Geese and Swans.
2) Impact on the village environment
3) Destruction of the flood plain.
4) Noise and dirt pollution.
I strongly urge the planning committee to consider the above and reject the planning application.


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Representation ID: 24312

OBJECT Sister Mary Julian

Summary:

1. The Barton in fabis area is well used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The proposal would destroy this excellent Nottinghamshire facility.
2. The area is home to several SSSI sites and it is outrageous that the proposal has been made for an area where so many Red and Amber Listed species are flourishing. The UK Government & Local Government pretend to care for the fact that many farmland birds are suffering catastrophic decline. This proposal would certainly hasten that decline in Nottinghamshire.


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Representation ID: 24308

OBJECT John Temple

Summary:

This proposed site appears to be incompatible with some of the development management policies set out in the Council's MLPC preferred approach document, notably DM1 Protecting local amenity, DM5 Landscape character, and DM4 Biodiversity.

In the short term it will:
a) destroy the peace and quiet of a fine, well-used area of countryside which contributes to the health of the local Nottinghamshire population;
b) disrupt the wildlife.

In the long term it will:
a) reduce the variety of wildlife habitats;
b) reduce the quality of the countryside and scenery enjoyed by the local population;
c) reduce the quantity of agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 24307

OBJECT Aerin Thompson

Summary:

Object on bais of flood risk; noise and pollution; danger hazard; loss of habitat; effect on village environment; loss of agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 24306

OBJECT Sheila Thorpe

Summary:

Object on basis of flood risk; effect on village environment; noise and dust; environmental site damage; loss of important leisure area; loss of agricultural land


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Representation ID: 24305

OBJECT Rory Greer

Summary:

Object on basis of environmental site damage and loss of farmland; flood risk to residents and cost; impact on nature in the area including birds coming to/from Attenborough Nature reserve; loss of important leisure area's areas and noise/dust pollution.


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Representation ID: 24304

OBJECT Lynda Dransfield

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment
Noise and dust pollution
Loss of important leisure area and valuable agricultural/greenbelt land
Increased flood risk
Environmental and historical site damage
Increased volume of traffic on local roads and new A453 dual carriageway


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Representation ID: 24301

OBJECT Peter Clark

Summary:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24299

OBJECT Richard Jones

Summary:

Do not destroy this beauty spot which has had decades of investment and hard work to develop from out of the jaws of a previous industrial overuse. Do not blight the view of all those families who use these expensive facilities now including Long Eaton. Learn from the mistakes of our industrial past. Value nature and the creation of a place where local people want to exercise, meet and live.


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Representation ID: 24291

OBJECT Nicola Johnson

Summary:

Barton-in-Fabis is a tiny rural village. People live there because they chose to. Probably because its quiet, not over populated and secluded. The village will be massively affected by traffic, noise, dirt and flood risk. I used to live close to a quarry - we moved! The dust was unbearable! The noise during summer months when your window and patio doors ares are open. We also encountered cracks (small hairline) in our property.


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Representation ID: 24290

OBJECT Alison Bottomley

Summary:

This proposed quarry is far too big and would be situated near various important nature reserves & SSSI. The pollution and noise caused would be most harmful to residents and wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24289

OBJECT Joanne Burt

Summary:

This would be a huge development and have a devastating effect on a small village environment. I would be particularly concerned for the impact on the quality of village life for the residents and hte effect on attenborough Nature Reserve. There are also obvious concerns for flood risk to the area (which has not been fully assessed) and general health and safety issues.


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Representation ID: 24288

OBJECT Sue Morrat

Summary:

I feel it important to preserve areas where residnets have traditionally been able to enjoy countryside activities in a safe manner.

I have recently moved into this areabut find repeated problems that have occurred in SE England where people are forced onto roads rather than tracks and increase the danger of serious injury from increasingly busy roads.


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Representation ID: 24287

OBJECT Nikki Plumb

Summary:

Object on basis of effect on local residents due to noise and dust as well as the huge impact on wildlife and loss of such a beautiful piece of countryside.


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Representation ID: 24286

OBJECT Katie Nesbitt

Summary:

This is a place I have used regualrly for a number of years as a dog walker and keen horse rider. Its also somewhere I went a lot as a child. The building of hte quarry is not only going to cause a huge impact on the wildlife and countryside but will also be a huge disturbance to local residents due to the huge noise and dust impact as well as the huge flood risks. It will be a big shame to lose such a big area of land and countryside.


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Representation ID: 24285

OBJECT Adelle Christmas

Summary:

This is a leisure area I have used for many years as a dog walker and a horse rider, also making regular visits as a child. It would be a big loss to not only the local residents but also the people from all over Nottingham.


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Representation ID: 24284

OBJECT Cath Brightman

Summary:

Object to site due to loss of leisure area, in particular horse riding, and impact to wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24283

OBJECT Margaret Pipes

Summary:

Object to site on basis of loss of Green Belt, loss of natural area for public use and considerable noise and dirt.


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Representation ID: 24281

OBJECT Steven Remager

Summary:

Impact on wildlife in the area including Attenborough Nature Reserve SSSi and Holme Pit and site of other NCAs. Flood risk to residents of BArtin, which will impact on house prices. The dust and noise pollution as it is close to the villgae. The cost to Nottingham Council to put it back to a natural state whenh finished. Loss of bridleways and footpaths for leisure which are used a lot in the area.


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Representation ID: 24280

OBJECT Ivan David Bradburn

Summary:

The dust it will make and the environmental damage.


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Representation ID: 24279

OBJECT Colin Monckton

Summary:

Adjacent protected nature reserve is a valuable asset to the community and environment. This proposal will bring pollution to the water table, visual and audible pollution ans is unlilkley to be as economic as other already established works.


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Representation ID: 24278

OBJECT Nathan Bingham

Summary:

Massive environmental damage, too close to Attenborough Nature Reserve. High flood risk. Loss of agri land and leisure area. effects on villagers due to noise and dust pollution. House prices lowered.


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Representation ID: 24277

OBJECT Mr L Meader

Summary:

Loss of Green Belt. Horses kept in the neighbouring environment. Blot on the landscape.


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Representation ID: 24276

OBJECT Karen Wiles

Summary:

Horse riders would'nt be able to use the path due to noise and frigthening horses. It would be enjoyable for walkers for the same reasons. Wildlife would be distrupted in the nature reserve and lots of local land has already been used for the tram and the roadway.


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Representation ID: 24275

OBJECT Andrea Eccles

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24274

OBJECT Steve Nurse

Summary:

Find somewhere else.


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Representation ID: 24273

OBJECT Patricia Nesbitt

Summary:

I have lived in Clifton all my life and spent many happy days in this area walking dogs etc. To destroy another part of Clifton/Barton would be criminal, wildlife will be destroyed and will never recover, the effect on the whole river in thsi areas with flooding is going to be huge. The noise and dust pollution will be heard and felt in manys parts of Clifton.


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Representation ID: 24272

OBJECT Mr Kevin Savage

Summary:

Excessive movement of large numbers of large lorries per day. Dust will be generated. Great danger to children and wildlife. Vert deep ponds or lakes created after extraction.


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Representation ID: 24271

OBJECT R Neale

Summary:

Sand, pollution and coming onto the green belt also more traffic.


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Representation ID: 24270

OBJECT Peter Wilcox

Summary:

There is a lot of nature around the area which is already affected by the A453 the extra lorries and traffic. This would bring more and is just crazy there is also alot of horses and farm animals which will be affected there is also a fair amount of small children whihc would cause a safety problem.


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Representation ID: 24269

OBJECT Marvyn Johnson

Summary:

These works could increase flooding in the surrounding area, causing unecessary risk to local homes and residents. The disturbance caused will have a negative impact on wildlife. The dust and noise will impact on the quality of life of local residents and leisure users.


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Representation ID: 24268

OBJECT Dean Hawley

Summary:

This area is a key area for people walking, horse riding and dog walking it will make a mess of it and a not nice place to live.


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Representation ID: 24267

OBJECT Anna McClory

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24266

OBJECT Emma Pollard

Summary:

I do not believe it is int he best interests of the council to build this siteas it will effect the quiet nature and character of the small village. The loss of a playing area to local villagers will impact on residents. It will also impact on noise levels as the machinery will cause disruption. The quarry will impact on house prices. It is also a potential dangerous and hazardous site which will cause concern to parents with children which may become injured.


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Representation ID: 24264

OBJECT Tracy Callis-Hunter

Summary:

Open countryside is diminishing far too rapidly and a s adog walker I spend much of my time walking many hours a week. I love the walk in this tranquil area. How can this proposal even be contemplated the area is rich in wildlife and thier habitat. This area is full of histroy and mansy rare birds plants etc. Another area is the access to this trent valley how and where will that be? and the increase of traffic on area millions is being spent to imporve the raod system. You need to rethink!


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Representation ID: 24263

OBJECT Mrs Elaine Wright

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24262

OBJECT Mandy Cutts

Summary:

There are many reasons why this should not happen. Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24261

OBJECT Mrs Marilyn Bennett

Summary:

I visit a family n a regular basis and I feel that as a visitor to Nottingham there is not ehough green spaces available at present and to destroy more by something which is in my opinion is not essential is environmentally worng. It will destrou wildlife and disrupt peoples way of life.


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Representation ID: 24260

OBJECT Steven Willetts

Summary:

This is a quiet rural location with a long history and a number of listed buildings. Proposal will spoil village setting. Development will not be compatible with the community. Noise and dust will impact on quality of life - especially fo rthose with breathing problems. The risk of flooding is high.Have to look at the wider impact on nature reserves and concservation sites. Restoration would not be the same. Local area will be affected in terms of leisure, permanent loss of agricultural land., planning blight/financial loss and safety issues.


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Representation ID: 24259

OBJECT Rebekah Bennett

Summary:

As I live in BArton I think that there isahardly enough green and to destroy more I think is environmentally wrong. This project would destroy the habitats of animals and plants.


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Representation ID: 24258

OBJECT Pauline Walsh

Summary:

I am ashoked to see the porposaal for this sand and gravel pit/ This is a beautiful valley one of the few left. The area is full of birds and is a large area for leisure, of many different uses, riding, walking, cycling, fresh water fishing and runing. It is rich in agricultural land of which we need as a country. There are 5 sites (SINCS) it is rich in history and archaeology whihc will be lost forever.


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Representation ID: 24257

OBJECT Mrs Susan Davies

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24256

OBJECT M Davies

Summary:

Barton in Fabis is rich in wildlife it is a beautiful area and should be saved. It has rare migrant birds in this area to stop off in their migration we have untouched areas very rich in lots of wildlife which where once common and now hard to see this will be destroyed foerever, leave it alone.


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More details about Rep ID: 24256

Representation ID: 24255

OBJECT Clementine Bird

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24254

OBJECT Katy Feliciello

Summary:

Potential damage to the nature reserve. Increase in traffic whihc will cause worse congestion coming into Nottingham. A453 has impacted on the local countryside - now even more green space around Bartin in Fabis is being taken. Craeting very damagaing effect to Nottingham as arrivals are met by a power station and gravel pits.


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Representation ID: 24253

OBJECT James Johnson

Summary:

Effect on the village environment, including noise and dust pollution and environmental damage, flood risk and loss of agricultural land and leisure araes, as well as financial loss for those who live in Barton in Fabis


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More details about Rep ID: 24253

Representation ID: 24252

OBJECT Mr Steven Fenyn

Summary:

Generation of noise and dust - a friend of mine has lived in the village for many years and she is very angry about these proposals. Barton in Fabis is a quiet english village and the peace and quiet will be massively effected should the new proposal go ahead.


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Representation ID: 24251

OBJECT Beryl Wheeler

Summary:

This area is a key area for walking, fishing, horse riding and dog walking and is used by people from a wide area, not just the villages.


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Representation ID: 24249

OBJECT James Bravant

Summary:

Such large scale works are likely to generate significant noise pollution, particularly given the rural location. Daytime noise will disturb retired residents and those on shift work. Dust impacts likely to affect health of residents and wildlife. I believe such works would cause dmamage to the wildlife and biodiversity of Attenborough Nature Reserve in terms of pollution, loss of natural habitat and impact on the food cycle for wildlife. Noise pollution may discourage wildlife. House prices are likely to be negatively affected without any significant benefit of the works to local residents. Such works are therefore disproportionately large.


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Representation ID: 24248

OBJECT Lesley Davies

Summary:

The development of thsi site would have a devasting effect on the village environment. Iy will have a huge impact on the natural environment whihc is a key area for many native species aof animals and insects. The porpose area is widley used for dog walking horse riding and walking.


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Representation ID: 24247

OBJECT Mrs Jane Amanda Gladstone

Summary:

Impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve. Destruction of the countryside. Loss of countryside for leisure activties.


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Representation ID: 24246

OBJECT Mrs MA Lacey

Summary:

Disruption to the village and spoling the beautiful countryside


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Representation ID: 24245

OBJECT Paul Kidd

Summary:

These plans would completely destroy a quiet traditional rural village with many listed buildings. I am a regular user of Attenborough Nature Reserve and the cycle path alongside the Trent. A plan on this scale would ruin the fantastic views and tranquility along this part of the river. The use of this site will result in the permanent loss of high grade farmland. We must try and preserve as much as possible to sustain our own food status. Generation of noise and dust; flood risk; safety issues; planning blight/financial loss.


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Representation ID: 24244

OBJECT Kaz Smithson

Summary:

Flood risk - has a full assessment been conducted to identify what risk exists.
Environmental - as a regular visitor I am aware of a number of community events which will be affected by the development of this site. Financial loss - development of this site will have a devastating effect on the price of houses. Loss of agricultural land - this will never be replaced and will have an effect on the food chain as well as wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24242

OBJECT Nina Davies

Summary:

Loss of wildlife. Sad loss of nature, play, education for our yound. Risk to health for people with breathing difficulties and Asthma. Loss of safe oaths and bridleways.


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Representation ID: 24241

OBJECT Paul Parish

Summary:

Loss of leisure area - this area is a key area for leisure not only for those in the village but also for people form Nottingham City and wider.

Loss of agricultural land - this site will course permanent loss of high grade farming land.

Environmental site damage - this site will devastate Attenborough Nature Reeserve, the SSSI at Holme Pit and sites of Nature Conservation - restoration will not restore the current range of biodiversity which is different from other worked gravel pits in the area.


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Representation ID: 24240

OBJECT Bev Blair

Summary:

Development will have a devastating effect on environment - destroying valauable greenfield site and creating deep water ponds whichmay be a danger to children. Loss of amenty - foothpaths and bridleways wil disappear. Increased flood risk.


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More details about Rep ID: 24240

Representation ID: 24239

OBJECT Sophia Taylor

Summary:

Safety issues for children and anaimals, expecially horses and riders. Damage to wildlife habitat. Loss of agricultural land. Loss of wlaking, fishing and riding area.


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More details about Rep ID: 24239

Representation ID: 24238

OBJECT Ashley Bell

Summary:

Loss of agricultural land. effects and disturbance of land and environment. Length of time for land to recover. destruction to wildlife habitats.


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Representation ID: 24237

OBJECT Sheila Jones

Summary:

Effect on the village environment and taking away leisure land i.e. walking and horse riding.


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More details about Rep ID: 24237

Representation ID: 24236

OBJECT Elizabeth Loya

Summary:

Disturbs bridle path. Dnagaes wildlife habitats, particularly as the site proposed is adjacent to Attenborough Nature Reserve.Houses around ANR already suffer from annual flooding, thsi new site would only increase the risk. Noise levels would disturb people in the community.Thesite would damage land that needs to be conserved for historical importance. Building the quarry would no doubt carete a chain of problems that would cost a lot to fix and probably extend the period it would take to complete the quarry.


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Representation ID: 24235

OBJECT Mr Nall and 1 other

Summary:

Effect on the village nevironment. Generation of noise and dust . Environmental/historical site damage and flood risk. Loss of agricultural and leisure land. We do not want this quarry also for safety reasons your planning to dig deep ponds and completely destroy our environment, with the threat of the prices of our house decreasing.


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Representation ID: 24234

OBJECT Thomas Loya

Summary:

Significant loss of amenity in many respects for many people with narrow commercial benefit to few. The risk of increasing exposure to flooding is reckless given all indications that local flooding will increase in frequency and intensity due to climate change. The destruction of habitat adjacent to a nature reserve is unjustifiable and it i snot as if the species thriving in this general area can avoid being adversley affected.


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Representation ID: 24233

OBJECT Gary Paterson and 1 other

Summary:

Effect on leisure area as I walk my dogs and spend many days with with my children investigating local wildlife such as woodpeckers, lapwing, buzzards and bats. I have also seen newts in the stream. Flood risk must be taken into account and the impact of loss of SSSIs will be for generations to come and non-retrievable. The impact on on a quiet rural area is outrageous considering there are more viable options. Impact on property prices, pollution, safety and agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 24232

OBJECT Michael Elliott

Summary:

More noise and environmental damage. A big loss of important leisure area.


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Representation ID: 24231

OBJECT Shaun Betts

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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More details about Rep ID: 24231

Representation ID: 24230

OBJECT Jeanette Lindley

Summary:

Destruction of 79ha of open countryside. Disturbance of protected species and red list birds. Massive dust and noise impact on environment. Increase in volume of traffic on local roads and A453. Loss o fleisure area for all those who enjoy this open space and green belt.


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More details about Rep ID: 24230

Representation ID: 24229

OBJECT Lisa Newham

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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More details about Rep ID: 24229

Representation ID: 24228

OBJECT John Large

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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More details about Rep ID: 24228

Representation ID: 24227

OBJECT Leanne Paling

Summary:

More traffic. Noise pollution.


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Representation ID: 24226

OBJECT Abdul Kader

Summary:

Huge noise and dust impact. Flood risk. Loss of countryside


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Representation ID: 24225

OBJECT Kay Fennell

Summary:

Horse safety. Loss of wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24224

OBJECT MW Tennant

Summary:

(a) Noise
(b) Heavy machinery
(c) Heavy traffic
(d) Disturbance of environment
(e) Upset to local animal life
(f) Dust in atmosphere


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Representation ID: 24223

OBJECT Mrs S Bullock

Summary:

We found out about the plans out of the blue by a psserby and cound'nt understand why people of the surrounding area have not been notified. I find it very unfair that many people do not even know about what may happen to the beautiful surroundings and will not get the chance to voisce their opinoins. To destroy what I can only describe as a little piece of heaven is heart breaking. I walk around this area everyday with my dog and my daughter ride's her horse their too along with many ither riders and her's and surrounding farms.


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Representation ID: 24222

OBJECT Mrs Janet Harriman

Summary:

The loss of important agricultural land which is already being taken up by recent workings in the area i.e. Park and ride works, A453 widening. The noise and dust pollution that effects not only Barton in Fabis but the surrounding area too. Spoiling sites that are used for wlaking, bird watching, horse riding and ither leisure activities. I want my grandchildren to be able to enjoy the beautiful area surrounding Clifton as I diod as a child.


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Representation ID: 24219

OBJECT Mr AJ Thomas and 1 other

Summary:

We have had to put up with A453, trams, soon to come the housing estate to Gotham every thing will be a concrete jungle.

Take everything of us (walking, fishing, riding) replace it with noise and dust, lorries all time of day. Their will be no countryside left for the younger people to enjoy.


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More details about Rep ID: 24219

Representation ID: 24218

OBJECT R Elliott

Summary:

Effects of enivornment, noise, dust, flood risk, loss of leisure area.

Already building new housing and taking up more land, how much more land is going to be taken up?


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Representation ID: 24217

OBJECT Peter Harriman

Summary:

Destruction of Green Belt land. Destroying wildlife and habitat and plant life. Noise and pollution. A blot on the landscape. Destruction of farm land. Interfering with people's everyday lifestyles. This is a small country we cannot afford to destroy any more famrland and green belt . There is not enough arable farm left for this country's needs at this time so we are more dependent on foreign imports and creating unecessary expenditure to this country.


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Representation ID: 24216

OBJECT Marie Brailsford

Summary:

There will be a major detriment to the area with regard to further disruption and noise. Already the erosion of the local countryside is impacting on local residents and damaging the history and nature of the area. I do not believe that this quaryy would bring any local benefit and in the long term would be damaging to house prices and the environment.


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Representation ID: 24215

OBJECT Andrew Hunter

Summary:

Having endured the A453 and Tram aother round of noise and dust will be unbearable. I go every weekend to Attenborough Nature Reserve and feel that special site will be destroyed. The new housing on the A453 takes away more green belt and ths quarry would remove the last of the leisure space.


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Representation ID: 24213

OBJECT Mr N Giles

Summary:

Increased congestion rendurin dualling a waste of public monies as benefits will be negated. Noise and dust pollution. Flood risks not fully estimated. Natural habitats and protected areas will be damaged beyond repair.


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Representation ID: 24212

OBJECT Mr TH Burns

Summary:

The long term damage to the specific area as described and certain long term elemination of ameity area for all. The environment will not recover nor be replicated as some may suggest, studies confirm this observation. The quality and biodiversity dmagae will be extensive and may never be replaced or replicated on other sites.


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Representation ID: 24211

OBJECT Joe Mason

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24210

OBJECT Spencer Morris

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24209

OBJECT Gary Warner

Summary:

It's uniqueness. Risk of floods. Loss of wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24208

OBJECT Claire Warner

Summary:

Loss of wildlife. Health risks


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Representation ID: 24207

OBJECT Ronald Callon

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24206

OBJECT Harry Terzza-Davies

Summary:

High risk of flooding. Loss of wildlife. Risk to people's health. Danger on the roads to children.


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Representation ID: 24205

OBJECT Ethan Jessamine

Summary:

No safe places to explore and educate ourselves on wildlife and nature. Bad for our health and environment.


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Representation ID: 24204

OBJECT Beryl Callon

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24203

OBJECT Emma Dinsmore

Summary:

I objct to the quarry at Barton in fabis as i'm sure there area areas where it would be better suited and not cause so much damage to woodland, wildlife, leisure walking, the dnager to children due to the large and deep water ponds,. also it will have an effect in health issues such as people who suffer with asthma, COPD and respitory conditions.


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Representation ID: 24202

OBJECT Simon Davies

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24201

OBJECT EM Harrison

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24199

OBJECT May Mayfield

Summary:

Objection to site MP2q because of loss of agricultural land, loss of importamt areas, flood risk, noise and dust pollution creating detrimental effect on nature in the area including the permanent nature reserves. Massive impact on increasing potential flooding to houses in Barton which wil affect the village and financial and safety issues.


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Representation ID: 24198

OBJECT Andrew Twivy

Summary:

Further loss of opne countrysode. Wildlife habitat lost. Increase in traffc and local road safety impact. Proximity to loacl village and danage to local area.


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Representation ID: 24197

OBJECT David Zaborowski

Summary:

I run every week along this route I see alot of wildlife including rare birds, badgers, hares and bats. I do not want this habitat destroyed. I also Kayak down this stretch of the rive and I do not want this beautiful section of the river ruined.


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Representation ID: 24196

OBJECT Brian Langley

Summary:

The destroying of some of the countryside and the very real impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve, plus all the dust and lorrys that will be involved.


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Representation ID: 24195

OBJECT Chris Nesbitt

Summary:

Remove site MP2q from Policy MP2.


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Representation ID: 24194

OBJECT David Wilson

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24193

OBJECT Dennis France

Summary:

Effect on village life and environment. Increased flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453. Loss of Green Belt and agricultural land. Loss of local amenities.


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Representation ID: 24192

OBJECT Mrs J Wilson

Summary:

Effect on the village. Generation of noise and dust. Flood risk. Environmental/historic damage. Loss of importmat leisure area/amenity. Loss of Green Belt, Loss of agricultural land. Increased traffic on local roads and the A453.


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Representation ID: 24191

OBJECT Laura Whittington

Summary:

Effect on village. Flood Risk. Loss of agricultural land and planning and financial loss.


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Representation ID: 24190

OBJECT Miss Joy Mayfield

Summary:

Effect on viallage environment. Generation of noise and dust, loss of amenity. Flood risk. Environmental and historic damage. Loss of importmat leisure areas and agricultural land. Safety issues. Planning blight and fianacial loss. Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier PA) - therefore rendering the current PA 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24189

OBJECT Mandy Gent

Summary:

Damage to the village. Increased fllod risk. Loss of wildliffe and loss of paths and peaceful walking.


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Representation ID: 24188

OBJECT Jonathan Kidsley

Summary:

I object primarily as it will destroy an area of natural beauty, rich in wildlife. ABrton is a stunning village which has already been effcetd by the A453 and now the housing plans. This proposal is a step too far!


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Representation ID: 24181

OBJECT Ann Hemstock

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Flood risk
- Nature reserve, encroachment and used by nature watcher, bird watchers and fishermen.
- Safety on the village of Barton-in-Fabis. Extra traffic and heavy traffic in the village.


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Representation ID: 24180

OBJECT Mrs Sylvia Cutts

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- The site is an integral part of the village setting that the community financially depends on for a number of annual events. A quarry is incompatible with these events.
- The quarry has been in planning for 2 years but the community only told two weeks ago.
- Impact on historic remains and listed buildings in the village.
- Impact on SSSIs and SINCs. It will not be possible to restore the range of biodiversity to the area post extraction. No full assessment in this respect has been completed.
- Risk of flooding - a full assessment is needed
- Noise pollution
- Impact of traffic
- Loss of habitats, leisure area and agricultural land
- Safety issues of deep water ponds


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Representation ID: 24179

OBJECT Lindsay Robins

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Attenborough Nature Reserve is a sanctuary for wildlife. Having the site at Barton in Fabis would disturb the natural environment and undermine the conservation work done there to protect habitat and the ecological system it supports.

It is also a place of peace and quiet for the public who use the site encouraging good mental health.


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Representation ID: 24176

OBJECT Mr Keith Collins

Summary:

Although I do not like the idea of a quarry I appreciate that we have to get our resources from somewhere.My concern is that the regularly used pathway from Clifton Grove (Trent Way) passes through the proposed quarry. This or an alternative must be retained.


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Representation ID: 24175

OBJECT Gary Burchell

Summary:

This will destroy wildlife, it will create noise and dust, whih can't we keep the countryside?


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Representation ID: 24174

OBJECT C Recc

Summary:

I feel that nay development will damage the environment beyond repair, this and safety concerns mkaes this a huge objection from me!


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Representation ID: 24173

OBJECT Garry Broughton

Summary:

Loss of walking areas, loss of countryside, the impact on wildlife will be catastrophic. This must be stopped.


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Representation ID: 24172

OBJECT Julie Zaborowski

Summary:

My main objection is around the disruption and destruction of key wildlife environments and we should protect these not destroy them!


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Representation ID: 24171

OBJECT A P Nally

Summary:

Compromising River Trent


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Representation ID: 24170

OBJECT Kristy Ellis

Summary:

Danger to the freedom of movement and the health of my children. Flooding will cause formaiton of deep ponds. Conservation of wildlife would be affected.


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Representation ID: 24169

OBJECT Raymond Lunn

Summary:

Increased danger and financial loss due to high flood risk. Loss of agricultural land and conservation sites. Imapct on village environment and setting. Since the village has no official play area for children the loss of safe open areas would cause problems and danger


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Representation ID: 24168

OBJECT Hazel Lunn

Summary:

Restyriction of freedom of movement. Financial loss, impact on village environment, increase in flood risk and loss of agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 24167

OBJECT V Isembert

Summary:

Generation of noise and dust. Flood Risk., Environmental site damage. Loss of important leisure areas and loss of agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 24166

OBJECT Mark Tindall

Summary:

Flood risk. Noise and dust pollution. Effect on the village environment. Impact on houseprices. Loss of agricultural land and leisure areas.


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Representation ID: 24165

OBJECT Gary McGovern

Summary:

The clear risk to the environment and local community becuase of the incresaed risk of flooding if the quarry is built. The damage and affect to the local community losing bridleways that are used for walking cycling. Noise and unsightly lorriee. The obvious impact on Attenborough Nature Reserve and the local wildlife will be detrimental since it would be a massive area of green space used up.


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Representation ID: 24164

OBJECT Damien Elliott

Summary:

Loss of important leisure areas


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Representation ID: 24163

OBJECT Jill Robinson

Summary:

The effect on wildlife and plant life, flood risk, Loss of safer and beautiful leisure areas, loss of bridle ways and footpaths, increase in noise and dust pollution and effect on animals and people.


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Representation ID: 24162

OBJECT Rachel Mason

Summary:

Effect on the village environment, noise and dust pollution, environmental damage and lost of leisure areas


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Representation ID: 24161

OBJECT Nick Sawdon

Summary:

Flooding, environment and safety issues.


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Representation ID: 24160

OBJECT Mr E Haynes

Summary:

Effect on the environment, increase in noise and dust. Loss of amenity and leisure facilities. Loss of agriculture. Safety issues, financial an social loss.


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Representation ID: 24159

OBJECT Mr Drew Fenn

Summary:

Effect on the village environment. Noise and dust pollution. Loss of leisure and agricultural land, Flooding.


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Representation ID: 24157

OBJECT Mr David Taylor

Summary:

Effect on the environment. Noise and dust pollution. Effect on local area. Impact on local leisure activities. Flood risk. Impact on house prices.


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Representation ID: 24152

OBJECT Mr Niall Stubbs

Summary:

OBJECTION to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
Environmental damage
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Effect on village environment
Flood risk
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land.
Inappropriate amount of notification


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Representation ID: 24141

OBJECT William Calvert

Summary:

I have not commented on this issue before and I shall be brief. My wife and I are regular visitors to Attenborough nature reserve and feel that the proposed extraction plans can only have a detrimental effect on the wildlife in the whole area. It really is a bad idea so please don't do it.


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Representation ID: 24140

OBJECT David Hay and 1 other

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- We have lived in Attenborough since 1966. When our children were small we used the old ferry from Ferry Farm (now gone) to cross the river to visit Barton-in-Fabis. Such a development would ruin the village/village life and atmosphere. We have seen the development of the Attenborough Nature Reserve from just gravel pits into a fine managed site which has been mentioned as a World Heritage Site. Such further development would have a detrimental effect on the birds and wildlife and Nottingham would lose one of its great amenities.
- Noise, dust and impact on the important site of Attenborough Nature Reserve
- Flooding risks just after completion of defences


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Representation ID: 24139

OBJECT Mrs Linda Popper

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Noise and dust impact to surrounding area unacceptable. The people of Mountsorrell in Leicestershire have this problem from a quarry, my daughter lives there. I have seen the dust in her house and no amount of hovering helps as this dust settles daily. I consider this a health risk to people living in the vicinity.
- Safety issues due to quarry works creating deep water ponds close to the village are also a concern to me - surely danger to children is of paramount importance.


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Representation ID: 24138

OBJECT John Wilkinson

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- The loss of prime agricultural land which in the future will be far more beneficial to our economy
- The devastating effect of it on our wild animals and plants


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Representation ID: 24137

OBJECT Jean Wilkinson

Summary:

This will effect the village very much. Barton-in-Fabis is a small friendly place with lots of good things going on. It will be a great danger to all outdoor activities and to wildlife.


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Representation ID: 24136

OBJECT Anne Farnsworth

Summary:

The Nottinghamshire Minerals Plan has chosen an area of outstanding beauty to create a sand and gravel pit, which is totally unacceptable to the majority of nature loving individuals. Where will the ground nesting birds go? There are ancient ridge and furrow systems, public footpaths, bridleways and beautiful woods surrounding the area.

Where are plans or proposals to restore the site after it is finished and I see no plans for diverting the rights of way.

The supporting documents say "there are negative impacts in terms of biodiversity, historic environment, landscape, agricultural land and flood risk". This proposal must not be included in the Minerals Local Plan.


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Representation ID: 24135

OBJECT Elaine Humber

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Effect on the rural village environment
- Generation of noise and dust to the village and neighbouring communities i.e. Clifton
- Flood risk - full assessment has not been undertaken
- Environmental/historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues - deep water ponds, risk to children/animals
- Planning blight/financial loss to local economy i.e. impact on house prices negatively


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Representation ID: 24133

OBJECT Michaela Mirfin

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2/PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenit
- Flood risk
- Environmental/historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight/financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) — therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24132

OBJECT c/o Ricci Gallagher

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
What a badly thought out project!! I have a holiday caravan by the river at Thrumpton. Can you guarantee the flood risk? Also at Attenborough Nature Reserve and Holme Pit? The historical and environmental damage will be huge!! Barton is a small rural village and the disruption will be immense. Noise and dust pollution, loss of leisure area, no dog walking! And what about all the wildlife, bats, otters and birds?!!


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Representation ID: 24131

OBJECT Mr Martin Brandon-Bravo

Summary:


I object to this site being simply to replace a site that was successfully objected to. I believe the effect on the local village environment, the countryside, and the SINCS is totally unacceptable.

The road workings, and the planned housing development within the parish indicates it has suffered enough, and this would be the last straw and destroy an historical village.


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Representation ID: 24130

OBJECT Mr DA Elliott

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The damage that will be done to the environment. In an area that I have walked for many years.
Secondly with the proposed development of the nearby housing on land between Clifton and Gotham on prime agricultural land is too much for this area.


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Representation ID: 24129

OBJECT Mrs Tracy Osborne

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
The village environment will be affected as it is a quiet rural environment with a long history of listed building. The proposed site is an integral part of the village setting. The community depends on a number of events yearly to generate income to support local community group activities. The development of the site is wholly incompatible with all of this and will jeopardise activities within the community.


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Representation ID: 24127

OBJECT Mrs Joyce Pritchett

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Spoiling the countryside upsetting the wildlife. I walk by there most days round the nature reserve for peace and quiet. No more noise please, why spoil the view?


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Representation ID: 24126

OBJECT Margaret Charlton

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
Negative impact on the local community as regards noise and pollution. Also, would have a devastating effect on the SSSI at Attenborough Nature Reserve.


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Representation ID: 24125

OBJECT Vivien Almazan

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Value of houses in the surrounding villages would be lowered if the countryside if spoilt
- This could be a flood risk to surrounding areas
- Development in this area will have a negative impact on nature conservation and the history of the area will be lost forever.
- We would lose an important leisure area that is used at the moment for waling, horse riding and fishing
- High grade farm land will be lose impact on cost of food


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Representation ID: 24124

OBJECT Mr J Sheavills

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
My daughter lives in Barton-in-Fabis and even at the grand age of 90 nothing gives me greater pleasure than walking this beautiful area. It is a shame that profit gets in the way of nature. There must be other sites that will not have such a devastating impact on wildlife and nature. Think long and hard!


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Representation ID: 24123

OBJECT Mrs M Sheavills

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
This area's wildlife has been disturbed far too much with A453 the tram works. Then there will be the housing. This area should be left well alone.


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Representation ID: 24122

OBJECT Mrs Harrigan

Summary:

How can all this land be ruined by a quarry - Stop it now!


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Representation ID: 24121

OBJECT Eileen Johnson and 1 other

Summary:

England was once a green and pleasant land - how much more destruction can we take - please find a more suitable area - Gotham has been a rat run long enough - dangerous for our elderly and young. Is Gotham to be a continuous rat run?


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Representation ID: 24120

OBJECT Robert Stanford

Summary:

- Floodplain in trouble
- Traffic major problem


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Representation ID: 24119

OBJECT Mrs S Hudson

Summary:

It is about time people recognised that this land is Grade 2 agricultural land. The Governments are always telling us to grow more food and import less, but there always are idiots who ignore this and wish to grab what they can earn to fill their own bank accounts. They are already trying to build houses in that area which will also cause flooding in the surrounding areas (i.e Gotham, Clifton, Barton, Ruddington, Thrumpton). You are wanting to add gravel pit dust to the environment. Where are your green credentials?

Leave Grade 2 agricultural land alone. I can bet that no one who is putting forward these ridiculous plans live anywhere in the area and stop always trying to fill your pockets. Money does not bring happiness always.


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Representation ID: 24118

OBJECT Jake Rippon

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- A453 can't handle the traffic of 60 lorries a day
- I fish there regularly and it will spoil the tranquillity of it


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Representation ID: 24117

OBJECT Dr Paul R Bowden

Summary:

Gravel extraction near Barton-in-Fabis would be an environmental, safety, noise pollution, agricultural, leisure amenity, and planning blight disaster for the people of Nottingham. The damage to Attenborough Nature Reserve would be a national scandal, and Nottingham would never be forgiven for it.


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Representation ID: 24115

OBJECT Marina Coslovi

Summary:

I object to the Barton in Fabis site for a series of reasons:
- It would destroy a key area for walking, fishing, horse riding and dog walking not only for those in the village but also for people from Nottingham city and the wider community.
- Noise and dust would become unavoidable, and there would be safety issues for children and animals due to the deep water ponds created by the workings.
- It would also cause serious damage to the environment since it would have a devastating effect on the SSSI at Attenborough Nature Reserve and Holme Pit and the 5 Sites of Nature Conservation in the area of the site: no restoration could restore the current range of bio diversity


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Representation ID: 24114

OBJECT Simon Chambers

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/ PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental/historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight/financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'


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Representation ID: 24112

OBJECT Mr John Pickles

Summary:

Your demand forecasts may prove to be over optimistic and this site should be a last resort. There are short and long term very negative consequences for the area that far outweigh the advantages. My specific concerns are:

1. Clifton is a growing large urban population area and needs tranquil areas nearby. There are a number of entry points that currently provide access to the riverside walks & footpath to Barton in Fabis. The quarry would result in an industrial landscape (with impacts on the aesthetic aspect, but also noise & dirt and scaring off the wildlife).

2. Loss of green belt which has intrinsic use in providing valuable agricultural land. We cannot afford to be even more dependent on food shipped to our shores.

3. Difficulties in relation to flooding identified in relation to a possible route for the A453 on this flood plain would cause problems for the proposal. The formation of large lakes would also pose a risk to children and straying animals including pets.


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Representation ID: 24111

OBJECT Gary Court

Summary:

The character of the area will be irreparably damaged beyond all recognition. I consider the gravel recovery at Barton in Fabis is a fast track plot to garner building aggregates. For the benefit of builders contractors being locally able to source localy for ongoing urban development. Simply put it is a tragedy of modern times thinking. That local residents ways of life can be so disrupted in this way.


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Representation ID: 24110

OBJECT Miranda Seymour and 7 others

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:

1. The effect on an area widely valued for its walks, fishing, rising, urban escape
2. Danger through creation of deep ponds in a safe village area of many children (also visiting and walking from Clifton and Thrumpton and Nottingham)
3. Flood implications are very serious and have not been assessed at all. It is not 'flood compatible'. Metal detectors are not adequate for the task.


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Representation ID: 24109

OBJECT Paula Bowles

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:

Environmental damage and loss of green space/leisure area. This area is an important green space for my family who recently moved to this area specifically to be next to the greenfield site. It is an important prime wildlife habitat home to 25 red-listed birds (of high conservation concern) which have been spotted on the site in the last 12 months and 52 amber-listed birds. Cuckoos are regularly heard (red-listed) and have been lucky enough to have seen kingfishers (amber-listed). Rare reptiles and mammals have also been spotted in the area (grass snakes, harvest mice and otters). It will be devastating to lose this habitat, not only for the wildlife but for my family's wellbeing.


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Representation ID: 24108

OBJECT IV Slick

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Effect on village environment
- Noise and dust intolerance
- Serious risk of floods
- Damage to historical site
- Loss of leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Deep water areas close to village pose a danger to children


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Representation ID: 24107

OBJECT John Edward Hogg

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q/PA46)for the following reasons:

There will be a considerable loss of amenity and impact on quality of life to myself and the surrounding region as well as the many people who use this area for leisure purposes from an operation 12 hours a day on this site. No amount of mitigation and measures to limit the effects can overcome these effects.

The area is a key area for walking, fishing, horse riding and dog walking not only for those in Barton-in-Fabis, but for people from Nottingham City and the wider Nottingham community.

The health hazard caused by dust due to the prevailing south-easterly wind will cause considerable distress to patients suffering from chronic chest problems and bronchitis.

There will also be historical SSSI damage (Holme Pit Pond) and private financial loss.


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OBJECT Jo Haigh Tanner

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:

The site is an area where I regularly ride (I share a horse at Barton Livery Yard) - already the areas where re ride are limited by road works and heavy traffic that can frighten the horses. This work will affect wildlife/wild birds and access to green space for not only riders but walkers and is a 'green lung' for the residents of Clifton. Too much land has already been taken to make the A453 - use another area.


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Representation ID: 24104

OBJECT Joshua White

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:

- It would ruin an area of natural beauty, the like of which cannot be found nearby, used for fishing /rambling etc.
- It would disrupt village life, potentially irreversibly. Even if the land destroyed by the quarry were restored after the extraction of the sand/gravel, village traditions and events would be lost.
- Flood risk to my friends' & families' property.
- Inevitably significant devaluation of property in the local area - the area is simply not remote enough to be considered as a site for this quarry.
- Loss of green belt and leisure area
- Loss of habitat and wildlife
- Pollution risk

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.


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Representation ID: 24101

OBJECT Rt Hon K Clarke QC MP

Summary:

Objection to proposed site at Barton in Fabis, raising the following points and concerns:
- The site has caused huge outcry and concern in and around Barton and Thrumpton.
- The site has only emerged at the last possible moment and thus concerned that it has been tacked on to the Plan as a late afterthought and in reaction to strong objections to other sites in previous consultation stages.
- The site appears to be at the back of an attractive wooded hillside down to the river and is very close to the village. There are woodland and marshland which are of genuine quality and would not be surprised if there are SSSIs or SINCs.
- The site has not been subject to the same level of environmental impact assessment as the other sites.


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Representation ID: 24093

OBJECT Miss Rachel Palmer

Summary:

Main issues highlighted:
Environmental
Animal habitats
Safety issues
Loss of agricultural area
Loss of leisure area
Generation of noise
Flood risk


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Representation ID: 24090

OBJECT J Wilson

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- Detrimental effect on the beautiful village environment
- Loss of leisure area for city/towns folk and those who live there
- Too much noise, dust and damage to landscape


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Representation ID: 24089

OBJECT Catherine Webster

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- Environmental impact in immediate vicinity and at Attenborough SSSI
- Noise and dust pollution
- Loss of farming and leisure area
- Unknown flood risk
- Negative impact on local community


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Representation ID: 24088

OBJECT Steve Pritchard

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
1. Loss of leisure area - walking, bird watching, dog walking
2. Safety issues - deep water ponds
3. Disturbance of protected species
4. Disturbance of red-list birds
5. Generation of noise and dust
6. Detrimental effect on the village environment


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Representation ID: 24084

OBJECT Joanne Mcloughlin

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Access to site

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24083

OBJECT Jonathan Harrison

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24080

OBJECT Edward Woodcock

Summary:

The site is inappropriate for the following reasons;
Negative impact upon leisure, agriculture, wildlife habitat, SSSIs and SINCs, rural village community, increased noise and dust pollution and potential risk of flooding.


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Representation ID: 24079

OBJECT Charlotte Woodcock

Summary:

I think this development will be devastating to a small rural village. Not only will it considerably increase traffic and noise pollution but the working hours of the quarry mean there will be little respite for villagers. In addition, the potential flood risk and unsightliness of the quarry will have a negative effect on their house prices and insurance costs! The uncertainty over what will become of the land after it has been used leaves mass housing development a possible scenario which would forever change the face of the village. This is unacceptable.


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Representation ID: 24078

OBJECT Jackie Shaw

Summary:

I OBJECT to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- This quarry would ruin an area of local natural beauty that is used for walking/cycling/horse riding etc
- The Quarry would ruin village life. I often visit Barton in Fabis for the Duck Race on the River Trent the Barton in Bloom experience and many other village events.
- I am very extremely concerned about the flood risk to my friends/families property
- Loss of green belt
- Loss of wildlife habitat
- Pollution risk

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.
Change to plan (how you would like the plan to be changed to address your


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Representation ID: 24077

OBJECT Miss Elaine Padden

Summary:

I object to site PA46 Barton in Fabis because:
1. This inclusion is too fundamental and large a change to allow through without its having been alluded to in the original document.
2. The site itself is of great value as a floodplain, agricultural resource, leisure resource and biodiversity sink and is of immeasurable value as a landscape of beauty that is appreciated by residents of and visitors to all the nearby population centres.
3. Quarrying activity at this location would lead to pollution of the Trent and air quality problems in the surrounding area; also traffic problems would be caused by the heavy vehicles which would be added to traffic flow on the A453 and forcing an increase in rat-running which would affect villages other than Barton including my own (Gotham).


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Representation ID: 24076

OBJECT Mr Alastair Munt

Summary:

It is accepted that there is a need to extract sand and gravel from mineral deposits. The issue is where that extraction should take place. If the cost of a proposed extraction site is the ruination of an old established village then, it is submitted that that is too high a price to pay and an alternative site should be found.

I object to the site at Barton-in-Fabis (MP2q / PA46) for the following reasons:
- Detriment to village 'way of life'
- Externalities - noise and dust levels and visual pollution
- Special environmental interests on and near the site
- Loss of leisure activities
- Heightened flood risk
- Illegality of the consultation process - likely future judicial review
- Financial blight on residents
- Safety concerns


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Representation ID: 24075

OBJECT Yasmin Holmes

Summary:

I strongly object to the proposed quarry (site PA46). I have not written on this issue before.
As a resident of Barton-in-Fabis I strongly oppose the proposal for the following reasons:
The flood risk of the area
The loss of important agricultural, leisure areas and countryside in the region
The detrimental effect on my, and other villages, and their inhabitants, in the area
The environmental and historical site damage
The health and well-being impact with the generation of noise and dust
The impact on safety.


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Representation ID: 24074

OBJECT Mrs Sharon Smith

Summary:

The development of this site will blight the surrounding area for generations to come. It is totally unnecessary and unpopular. Local community activities will e affected. Noise and dust will affect the environment. Wider flood implications need to be investigated and other environmental impacts acknowledged and negated. Area already affected by A453 development and lists of farming land.


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Representation ID: 24072

OBJECT British Horse Society (Miss Sylvia Hull)

Summary:

Objection to Barton in Fabis:
Green areas and safe places for people to enjoy the outdoors and exercise are a precious and dwindling resource, constantly under threat from development and exploitation. Once these quarries are in place, these areas are never returned to their former state and are lost forever. With traffic levels and horse related accidents ever increasing, horse riders need safe places to get off the roads as modern drivers do not understand the highway code and the importance of showing consideration to the vulnerable road users including cyclists, children and the elderly.


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Representation ID: 24071

OBJECT British Horse Society (Miss Sylvia Hull)

Summary:

Objection to the Barton in Fabis site.
- The site (particularly the access route onto the old A453) will affect the Trent Valley Way bridleway, the only route for horse riders and cyclists from Barton to Clifton. There are three large livery yards along the route of the bridleway and it forms the major part of the available hacking. The bridleway and Green Street were going to be used as a circular route (once A453 finished) which will be compromised/prevented by the quarry.
- It is an area of quiet woodland and farmland that makes up a narrow strip between the river trent on one side and the A453 on the other.
- It is a threat to an important leisure area (horse riders, cyclist, walkers, anglers), something which is of benefit to all those who live nearby and further away
- Other far reaching effects include the generation of dust and noise, increased flood risk, the impact on the natural environment and loss of agricultural land.


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Representation ID: 24070

OBJECT Mrs W James

Summary:

I object to this plan for the following reasons:
- The destruction of farmland and woodland
- Danger of serious flooding
- Danger to my grandchildren who could wander onto the site
- The noise of heavy plant and the dust that will result
- The destruction of village life and the impact on the value of property as I have server family members who live there and own property.

The village has already changed dramatically since I lived there myself as a child and in later life. It is a pretty village that will be spoiled by all the above reasons. It has already suffered with the widening of the A453, with the loss of Barton Lane and the threat of housing coming ever closer to the village. The quarry will be another blow to this lovely community.


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Representation ID: 24069

OBJECT John B James

Summary:

I object to this plan as it will disrupt this pleasant village, by destroying farmland and woodland, cause dust, noise and danger to my wives grandchildren, reduce the value of property for family members and worst of all probably cause serious flooding in the future.

The village would not recover quickly from such a serious disruption to its environment. They have already lost Barton Lane and come under threat from housing coming closer. This would be another blow for the villagers of Barton who take great pride in their environment and work hard for their community.


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Representation ID: 24068

OBJECT Richard Holmes

Summary:

As a resident of Barton in Fabis I strongly object to site PA46 and I would like this site to be removed from the Minerals Local Plan. I have not responded on this issue before.

The many reasons for my objection include the following:
- The generation of noise and dust
- The risk of flooding
- Environmental and historical site damage
- The negative impact on the village environment
- The loss of an important leisure area
- The loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Financial loss
In general a hugely detrimental effect on my village and the surrounding area.


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Representation ID: 24067

OBJECT Paul Joels

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Flood risk
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Safety issues
- Planning blight / financial loss
Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24065

OBJECT Jane Stubbs

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Environmental Damage
- Loss of Rights of Way
- Additional Noise
- Impact on Barton in Fabis
- Lack of time to respond to proposed activity


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Representation ID: 24064

OBJECT Mr EJ Coles

Summary:

Would create environment issues in Barton. Flood risk. Dust. Mud. Traffic pollution by lorries. Cause extra HGV traffic on A453. Effect natural habitat for animals. Spoil natural scenic environment. Cause additional "rat running" via Gotham to avoid congested A453. Would affect property prices at Barton, Thrumpton, Gotham and new housing/business estate to be built between Clifton and Gotham. I totally oppose the plan due to adverse effects over a long period.


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Representation ID: 24063

OBJECT Mrs MP Coles

Summary:

Major traffic issues caused by constant heavy good lorries on A453. Extraction of gravel may cause possible flood risk from the River Trent. With planned new housing development possibly taking place at same time this would be detrimental to Barton, Thrumpton, Gotham and Clifton. As completion of A453 is designed to relieve traffic congestion the movement of gravel, major building projects would totally discredit the A453 ever having been upgraded. Therefore I totally oppose the plan.


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Representation ID: 24062

OBJECT Barbara Jankowiak

Summary:

When I've seen first time this proposal I just couldn't believe that somebody could pick such place for sand & gravel excavation. Planning it in a beauty spot, nearly a part of a nature reserve is an insult to nature and residents who have their homes there. When there is a plan to create / widen a road there is a vital reason such as heavy traffic etc. What is the reason for this site: who will benefit from it and how? Council can not just make announcements and go ahead against the will of local people.

Summarising the proposed site is important area for resident and passage bird species. To my knowledge there is no existing research made to estimate a short & long term damage to the whole area involved. Council owes an explanation what is the gain against the certain ecological disaster the proposed sand & gravel excavation will cause. What is the exact reason they want to locate it in this spot.


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Representation ID: 24061

OBJECT Amelia Cocker

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
"Please don't build a quarry in our village because it will make dust and noise and the animals won't have anywhere to live."


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Representation ID: 24060

OBJECT Victoria Bowles

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
- Damage to wildlife habitat
- Loss of important leisure area
- Loss of agricultural land
- Flood risk
- Safety issues
- Generation of noise
- Historical damage
- Effect of village environment

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24056

OBJECT Glen Harris

Summary:

Please register my displeasure at this pathetic plan.

Objection to the site at Barton in Fabis MP2q (PA46) for the following reasons:-
Flood risk
Village environment
Noise and dust
Loss of agricultural land
Safety
Loss of leisure area
Financial loss i.e. property devaluation

A453, 3500 new homes, industrial/warehousing on the doorstep
Is it acceptable to have a quarry so close to a major city?


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Representation ID: 24054

OBJECT Tim Harding

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) for the following reasons:
- Effect on environment
- Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
- Environmental / historical site damage
- Loss of important leisure area
- Safety issues


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Representation ID: 24051

OBJECT Barton in Fabis Parish Council represented by Mr E Julian Coles

Summary:

We wish to bring to your attention the grossly inadequate attempts to publicise the Additional Consultation. We are aware that, in this area, display boards have been exhibited at Clifton library and that officers were in attendance on one day for 2 hours. Access to Clifton is currently very difficult for residents in villages affected by the proposed Barton site (Gotham, Thrumpton and Barton) as a result of tram works and the A453. The impact of this site will also be felt across the river in Attenborough, Beeston Rylands and there has been insufficient attempt to reach out to these communities who from our research know nothing of the proposed scheme. This is not in line with the Council's Statement of Community Involvement.

At our insistence the display boards are now being provided for display in our village hall, but the Council has not been pro-active in promoting the consultation in this way and this does not address the publicity issue for Attenborough and Beeston Rylands.


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Representation ID: 24050

OBJECT Barton in Fabis Parish Council represented by Mr E Julian Coles

Summary:

We have already highlighted in our letter to you of 21st May that a number of key supporting documents have contained no analysis of the above site:
- Screening of Potential Sites - Alluvial Sand and Gravel (WSP 27/11/13)
- A methodology to identify Multiple Environmental Sensitivity (July 2013)
- Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (URS April 2011)
It has become apparent that the Sustainability Appraisal for the above site contains an important omission in that it refers to the fact that one right of way would be affected. NCC's own Area Rights of Way officer has confirmed that in fact: "three rights of way affected. Only one is mentioned in the draft - this has been corrected."

A further comment is made that:
"As this is a major link to other bridleways and the improved crossings of the A453 when that is completed, it is a very important and strategic link to the bridleway network and one that we would want to ensure is protected."
The Sustainability Appraisal makes no mention of these material facts.

Can you please confirm how this misinformation / omission has occurred and how we can trust the accuracy of the other statements in the Sustainability Appraisal if such a basic errors can occur?


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Representation ID: 24047

OBJECT Barton in Fabis Parish Council represented by Mr E Julian Coles

Summary:

The analysis of the site lacks key elements and it inaccurately states the extent of the impact on Rights of Way. Further, there are additional omissions from the Sustainability Appraisal and environmental analysis. Officers have confirmed that:
- Two SINCs have been erroneously omitted as being impacted by this site
- There if no mention of the impact on, or reference to, the SSSI of Attenborough Nature Reserve less than 100 meters from the site but across the river. The impact of noise dust and quarry operations will be considerable.
- There is no mention of protected species in the area of the site, namely bats, otters and badgers (similar observations have been made on other sites in the Preferred Approach).

It is not clear to us whether the failure to conduct a full analysis of the site and the errors and omissions is because the inclusion of this site was 'rushed through' or that there has been a deliberate attempt by the Council and the proposers of the site to downplay the impact on this site on the environment.


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Representation ID: 24045

OBJECT Dr Liz Mossop

Summary:

This proposal would devastate this environment and location, destroying important wildlife and ecosystems and impacting on surrounding areas such as Attenborough Nature Reserve and Holme Pit. It would also disrupt the small and historical village of Barton, destroying a community and leading to the loss of leisure activities.


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Representation ID: 24042

OBJECT Nathanael Ravenlock

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:
Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) - therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach 'unsound'.


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Representation ID: 24041

OBJECT Peter Holland

Summary:

often walk.cycle on both sides of trent between attenborough/clifton and trent lock/thrumpton.
don`t want any industrial activity.


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Representation ID: 24038

OBJECT Mrs Carole Edis

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis(MP2q/PA46)for the following reasons:

This is a quiet rural environment and so encourages wild life into the area. The impact will be devastating to the community as, apart from village residents and their families, there are several visitors come walking along these footpaths, especially at weekends. There are numerous ramblers that walk through from Clifton, Barton to Thrumpton as well as the horse riders.

I would also be concerned about the possibility of flooding which, given the already shallow water of the Trent, would be a good possibility and we would finish up with a Somerset scenario.


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Representation ID: 24037

OBJECT Mr Jason Edis

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis(MP2q/PA46)for the following reasons:

I fish along this stretch of the Trent with some of my family and I am sure this would have to stop if this goes ahead. It would also be another valuable piece of land lost to Agriculture and so would be depleting piece of land for an increasing population. I worked this land for many years and if disturbed the wild life that lives in this area will be gone, we have already lost a good piece of land to the tram and the road and soon there wont be anywhere for the wild life to go.

Flooding risks


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Representation ID: 24036

OBJECT Mr Michael Edis

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis(MP2q/PA46)for the following reasons:

Loss of a very important leisure facility, along with my son and grandson we fish along this stretch of land and I also walk my dog the length of this area between Barton and Clifton everyday. This would be devastating to lose the footpaths that not only me but hundreds of walkers, cyclists and horses use.

I am concerned the value of my property will go down due noise, pollution and the risk of flooding as well as the difficulty in getting insurance for our properties.

In this area there are pewits nesting and skylarks and in the winter we get visiting Woodcock and migrating birds. It would also be a loss of habitat to the barn owl and the field mouse.

Flooding risks


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Representation ID: 24035

OBJECT Dr Sian Hughes

Summary:

I am not a local resident but visit the proposed site regularly (twice a week) to take advantage of the walking opportunities through woodland and farm land. I object to the loss of natural habit for a multitude of birds and animals. I also object to a local leisure site being destroyed.


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Representation ID: 24034

OBJECT Samantha Holgate-Davey

Summary:

OBJECTION to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:

Effect on village environment
Generation of noise and dust / loss of amenity
Flood risk
Environmental / historical site damage
Loss of important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land
Safety issues
Planning blight / financial loss

Lack of full assessment and justification by the County Council for the addition of this site (and deletion of other proposed sites in earlier Preferred Approach) therefore rendering the current Preferred Approach unsound.


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Representation ID: 24032

OBJECT Deb Booler

Summary:

Writing to express my concern about the proposal to extract sand and gravel from the area near Barton in Fabis. This area hosts a number of resident red-listed bird species that are of high conservation concern, including but not limited to Grey Partridge, Lesser-spotted Woodpecker, Skylark /marsh Tit and Corn Bunting. Such work will destroy habitat and create noise/disturbance that will have a hugely adverse impact on these species and the environment. Making good the area after the work is completed will not undo the damage done in the meantime.


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Representation ID: 24031

OBJECT Mr D Edis and 1 other

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (Mp2q/PA46) on the basis of:
- Effect on village environment
- Flood risk
- Environmental/historical site damage
- Loss of agricultural land
- Generation of noise and dust/loss of amenity
- Loss of important leisure area
- Safety issues
- Financial loss with devaluation of property


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Representation ID: 24030

OBJECT Chris Salt

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Barton is a beautiful village with historic and archaeological significance. The proposed quarry would destroy village life and destroy the beauty of the area. Personally, I think we should be protecting areas like this, Once these precious areas have gone we can't get them back.
- Adverse effect on village life and activities
- Loss of green belt and important leisure area
- Loss of wildlife habitat
- Flood risk
- Pollution risk

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.


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Representation ID: 24027

OBJECT Josh Walsh

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Quarry would ruin an area of natural beauty that I use for walking/fishing/horse riding etc
- Quarry would ruin village life. I often visit Barton in Fabis for the Duck Race on the River Trent, the Barton in Bloom experience and many other village events
- I am very concerned about the flood risk to my friends/families property
- Loss of wild life habitat
- Loss of green belt and important leisure area
- Pollution risk

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.


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Representation ID: 24026

OBJECT Jodie Walsh

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- The quarry would ruin an area of natural beauty that I enjoy walking in
- The quarry would ruin village life. I often visit Barton in Fabis for the Duck Race on the River Trent, the Barton in Bloom experience and many other village events
- I am very concerned about the flood risk to my families property
- Loss of wild life habitat
- Loss of green belt and important leisure area
- Pollution risk

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.


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Representation ID: 24025

OBJECT Patrick Walsh

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Quarry would ruin an area of natural beauty that I use for waling/fishing/horse riding etc
- Quarry would ruin village life. I often visit Barton in Fabis for the Duck Race on the River Trent, the Barton in Bloom experience and many other village events
- I am very concerned about the flood risk to my friends/families property
- As a CDM coordinator I am also concerned at the impact on the wild life and the natural land environment
- Loss of green belt and important leisure area
- Pollution risk

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.


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Representation ID: 24024

OBJECT M E Rodgers

Summary:

I object to this proposal on the grounds that it:
1. Will cause significant detriment to an environmentally important area
2. Ignores the requirement to safeguard agricultural land for food security
3. Will result in blight/economic loss to Barton residents
4. Impact on traffic flows on A453 and result in "rat running" in Gotham.


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Representation ID: 24023

OBJECT Miss Sarah Kerr

Summary:

This build will cause two major issues. Firstly it will disrupt the natural environment of many animals and will affect the biodiversity, as it is so close to a wood and Nature Reserve. The noise and dust pollution will not only harm the animals but also local villages, dog walkers and horse riders. Secondly as this area is on a flood plain it will be an issue for the site and more importantly the River Trent which will be majorly affected by the silt build up in the polluted flood water when it joins back into the river.


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Representation ID: 24021

OBJECT Jade Broadhurst

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/Pa46) on the basis of:
- Adverse effect on village life and activities
- Proximity to village
- Further extensions to site in the future
- Flood risk to the village and effect on home insurance
- Noise and dust generated
- Loss of beautiful green belt that importantly divides the village from the city
- Loss of wildlife habitat and place of leisure activities
- Personal financial loss due to house prices dropping and village no longer being coveted
- Pollution risk to river

The Barton in Fabis site should not be includes in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. Due to the lack of full assessments and justification provided.


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Representation ID: 24019

OBJECT Kris Spencer

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/Pa46) for the following reasons:
- Loss of green belt and important leisure area
- Quarry would ruin an area of natural beauty that I use for walking/fishing/horse riding etc
- Quarry would ruin village life. I often visit Barton in Fabis for the Duck Race on the River Trent the Barton in Bloom experience and many other village events
- I am very concerned about the flood risk to my friends/families property
- The increase in traffic to the proposed site, dust and noise would directly impact the quality of life for the residents
- Quarry boundary is likely to increase as time goes on and the minerals are extracted, once a working gravel pit is established they just keep growing and growing.

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.


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OBJECT Adam Walsh

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/Pa46) for the following reasons:
- Loss of green belt and important leisure area
- Quarry would ruin an area of natural beauty that I use for walking/fishing/horse riding etc
- Quarry would ruin village life. I often visit Barton in Fabis for the Duck Race on the River Trent the Barton in Bloom experience and many other village events
- I am very concerned about the flood risk to my friends/families property
- I am concerned for the wild life in the area and the contamination and pollution of the local environment

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.


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Representation ID: 24017

OBJECT John Walsh

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:

Adverse effect on village life and activities
- Proximity to village, far too close
- Further extensions to site in the future, is a big worry
- Flood risk to the village and effect on home insurance
- Noise and dust generated
- Loss of beautiful green belt that importantly divides the village from the city
- Loss of wildlife habitat and place of leisure activities
- Personal financial loss due to house prices dropping and village no longer being desirable
- Pollution risk to river

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.


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Representation ID: 24016

OBJECT Kathy Williams

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- Adverse effect on village life and activies
- Loss of green belt and important leisure area
- Loss of wildlife habitat
- Pollution risk
- I enjoy walking in the area and discovering the local flora and fauna, the Quarry would ruin an area of natural beauty
- The Quarry would ruin village life. I often visit Barton in Fabis to see my family and enjoy all it has to offer them, myself and other visitors to the area
- I am very concerned about the flood risk to my family's property, the damage it causes to property and health

The Barton in Fabis site should not be included in the Local Plan as Nottingham County Councils Preferred Approach is 'unsound'. This is due to the lack of full assessment and justification.


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Representation ID: 24014

OBJECT Alan Parkin

Summary:

I would object to the Barton in Fabis site on the basis of
- Environmental effect
- Increase in noise
- Flood Risk
- Pollution Risk
- Loss of Leisure area
- Safety issues
- Planning blight and Financial Loss


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Representation ID: 24013

OBJECT Mr John Douglas Hendry

Summary:

We are already at risk of having hundreds of acres of valuable agricultural land (and in the green belt) being lost to housing development to the west of the A453 for the Clifton Pastures Development. We have already lost many acres for the Lark Hill Development and also the new tram depot so do not want to have any more loss in the area.

More loss of good agricultural land on top of the loss to Lark Hill Development, the tram depot and possible 3000-5000 houses and business premises.


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Representation ID: 24012

OBJECT John Crawford

Summary:

I object to the Barton-in-Fabis site because it would have a major impact in this rural area:
- Many species would be severely disrupted.
- The village is a very quiet and serene place to live, which is steep in history.
- The current leisure uses would diminish (walking, dog walking, horse riding, and annual hunt procession, angling and boating - attendance by range of ages and from all over the country).
- Safety concerns regarding lorry movements and deep 'ponds' created - particularly for children.
- Loss of agricultural production - we have more to lose, not only locally, but also nationwide than we have to gain.
- Negative and destructive effect on village and surrounding areas from noise and air pollution, as well as dust and diesel fumes from lorries.


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OBJECT Stephanie King

Summary:

I object to the Barton-in-Fabis site because:
- It is a quiet village, with many community events, which would be lost. The generation of dust would have a major impact on my quality of life, as I would not be able to attend the outside events that are held in the village.
- Lack of full assessment in regards to flooding
- Damage to local nature reserves and conservation areas
- Permanent effect on leisure activities enjoyed by local and wider community, including fishing, horse riding, dog walking and rambling.
- Safety concerns of deep water pond created by the quarry (major safety issue for children and animals)
- Major personal financial loss through impact on property value and resale potential.


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OBJECT Phillip King

Summary:

I object to the Barton-in-Fabis proposal because:
- The village hosts many events attended by people from all over. It is an oasis hidden off the A453, but is known by many. If the quarry was to go ahead, this village would be nothing more than houses.
- I am a sufferer of emphysema, and enjoy fishing/walking with my family in relatively fresh air. The dust etc. that this site would produce would make it impossible for me to visit.
- The safety of residents/visitors would be in jeopardy due to lorry movements and the deep 'pools' that will be created. No safety precaution put in place would be fail safe.
- Impact on the surrounding areas including Attenborough Nature Reserve
- We are losing too much of our green belt to houses and industrial sites, leaving us no peaceful, getaway places to retreat too.

It seems to be an all too familiar story that these places are given planning permission over the needs of the residents and visitors to the area. I am sure that there are more suitable areas available for this site that would have less of an impact on the environment and the people who use these places.


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Representation ID: 24009

OBJECT Paul Buxton

Summary:

I object to the Barton in Fabis site because:
- The area has suffered enough (A453 widening and tram works)
- Clifton is already far too big an urban sprawl
- Thousands of visitors to Attenborough Nature Reserve will hear/see the destruction of the floodplain, as will cyclists and boat cruisers
- The noise and dust is unacceptable for local residents and visitors
- The wildlife corridor will be seriously fragmented, squeezing nature out
- The land can never be restored to how it was
- The priority must be wildlife (not people and profits)
- Many declining species live in the proposed area (including corn bunting, skylark, lapwing and barn owl)
- This valley has been pushed to extinction of its natural beauty (as has farmland in the area)


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Representation ID: 24007

OBJECT Mr A Towers and 1 other

Summary:

I object strongly to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
- It will affect the village environment which is a quiet, lovely, special village. There will be noise with the lorries and once again traffic congestion.
- The village is already classed as on the flood plain. We can't get insurance on these grounds.
- There are historical sites in the area, we will lose all the birds and mammals if this goes ahead.
- It will affect ramblers, horse riders and cyclists who use the footpath to Clifton Village.


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Representation ID: 24003

OBJECT Mrs Gill Hutter

Summary:

I object to the site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) for the following reasons:
1) Flood risk - a full assessment has not been carried out to determine the flood risk? Possible silt from gravel workings going into the River Trent, with unforeseen consequences
2) Loss of well used bridlepath, from Barton in Fabis to Clifton and beyond. There are livery yards at Clifton and Barton and the bridlewpath provides a safe environment for horse and rider. Removal of the bridelpath would mean that horse riders from Clifton would great difficulty accessing open countryside. From Barton in Fabis it is possible to ride to Thrumpton and beyond
3) The full impact on the environment has not been assessed


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Representation ID: 23996

OBJECT Alisan Yesil and 3 others

Summary:

We object to MP2q/PA46 at Barton in Fabis for the following reasons:
- Effect on the village environment: Impact on the environment and setting of village
- Flood risk: Council sustainability appraisal has identified flood risk as 'very negative' but full assessment not undertaken.
- Generation of noise and dust: Effect on quality of life, impossible to mitigate / 12 hours a day.
- Safety issues: Deep water ponds a risk to children.
- Loss of important leisure area: Walking/diversion of foothpath / fishing / horse riding / dog walking.
- Loss of agricultural land: Additional costs from important food / climate change
- Financial loss: Planning blight / house price loss


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Representation ID: 23994

OBJECT Helen Fletcher

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q / PA46) on the basis of:-
Effect on the village environment
Generation of noise and dust
Massive flood risk
Environmental effects, historical site damage
Loss of an important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land forever
Safety issues


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Representation ID: 23993

OBJECT Robert Fletcher

Summary:

Objection to site at Barton in Fabis (MP2q/PA46) on the basis of:
Effect on the village environment
Generation of noise and dust
Massive flood risk
Environmental effects, historical site damage
Loss of an important leisure area
Loss of agricultural land forever
Safety issues


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Representation ID: 23991

OBJECT Mr Andrew Mart

Summary:

I express utter disbelief and disgust at the Barton-in-Fabis proposed allocation because:
- It is a wonderful, unspoiled, peaceful part of the Trent
- It is a veritable cathedral to nature with species which are very hard to in Nottinghamshire and throughout the country
- It has a distinct character and atmosphere which will be destroyed forever
- It has value as flood protection
- It offsets pollution from the city (including the A453 widening) and we need such areas for the soul
- The access road would cut through undulating grassland which is a valuable habitat for migrant and resident birds and wildlife.

I live in Nottingham (not Barton or Clifton) and visit the area regularly and am always amazed at this secret, untouched corner and feel so lucky to be able to wander around - so different to the 'nature reserve' across the river.

Destroy places like this and future generations are being denied and impoverished.

I ask this, would Nottingham Cathedral be ripped down to get at sand lying beneath...?


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Representation ID: 23989

COMMENT Mr Stewart Swift

Summary:

When the Trent Valley Way (TVW) came about, one starting points was Thrumpton to pass through Barton-in-Fabis (passing near Brandshill Wood and towards Clifton Wood). I believe it is still a Right of Way (although not part of TVW). This would be affected by the quarry works, as would Brandshill Wood and two ponds (affecting birds, plants and wildlife). Also, would it affect the river's flow and/or Barton Island? The Brandshill Wood area could be safeguarded with flood banking and the Right of Way or a new cycle/footpath could sit on top of this.

It is likely a new access road off the A453 will be needed (unless moving the mineral by the river) so road traffic issues will need to be dealt with.

A new marina could be formed once the site is finished (to sell the site) and new housing could be built along the access road.


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Representation ID: 23988

OBJECT Barton in Fabis Parish Council represented by Ken Mafham Associates (Ken Mafham)

Summary:

We object to the Barton-in-Fabis site:
- The site is in the greenbelt and exceptional circumstances need to be established as per the NPPF
- There is no proper consideration of alternatives in the report and we refer to the High Court judgement by Mr Justice Sitting St Albans DC v SSCLG [2010] J.P.L. 70.which is relevant
- Approximately one third of the site is covered by nature protection designations one of which effectively cuts the site off from the A453
- The site has a high potential for archaeology
- Proximity of the historic village of Barton in Fabis
- Environmental factors will necessitate a reduction of the site by a half, cutting the reserve down to 1.5 million tonnes. This is well within the kind of margin of error that will be associated with the target requirement in the Plan Period and the contribution of other sites
- The land is farmed and is of high agricultural value
- There is a principal gas main running through the site


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