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Objections lodged to 50 homes plan in Downham Market




Planning news.
Planning news.

Objections have been lodged against plans to build 50 homes in Downham.

Barker Bros Builders wants to develop a 7.5 acre site south of Rouses Lane.

The planning application, which has been lodged with West Norfolk District Council, proposes a mixture of homes including affordable units and bungalows.

But concerns about traffic and infrastructure have prompted a number of objections from people in the town.

Jamie Ward lodged comments on the council’s website about the congestion on Howdale Road.

He states: “Too many use this as a rat run and travel well in excess of the speed restriction. Around school times, traffic is at a standstill along Howdale Road towards the roundabout.”



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