It seems eminently suitable and practical to permit a development of 95 homes which will exit onto an A road. Regular bus services run along this road and the proposed development site is within walking distance of a local railway station.
Compare this with the larger construction in the JHHNP in Harpsden Parish being developed at Highlands Farm where Crest Nicholson are currently advertising 98 homes (with a further application lodged for five extra houses) and where there will also be some light industrial units. All traffic from this development will pour out onto the small unclassified road from Rotherfield Greys to Henley which leads into the town via Greys Road, a really small feeder road to Henley, which will not only have to accept the traffic from this development but from the mews houses being built at the top shops and the properties to be built on the youth club and Wilkins former depot sites as well as being the access route to four schools and one college.
What is particularly unfair is that the parish of Rotherfield Greys will not benefit at all from the Community Infrastructure Levy (which is worth £2 million), to help introduce welfare measures through a village which, for instance, has no pavements to enable the villagers and people visiting the ancient monument in the church to walk around in relative safety – that money is being shared between Harpsden and Henley.