Aylesbury Vale Area

VALP Further Main Modifications

Ended on the 9 February 2021
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Chapter 4: Strategic Delivery

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67, 4.9

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Taking forward past completions since 2013 (3,790 dwellings)13 and projected supply from existing allocated sites and other deliverable sites (9,257 dwellings), this leaves 3,539 dwellings to be allocated at Aylesbury in the VALP.

Proposed further changes

Taking forward past completions since 2013 (5,6043,790 dwellings)13 and projected supply from existing allocated sites and other deliverable sites (7,3219,257 dwellings), this leaves 3,2823,539 dwellings to be allocated at Aylesbury in the VALP.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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73, 4.26

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New housing allocations in Aylesbury Garden Town (combined with existing committed and sites already built) will ensure that 16,586 new dwellings will be provided in Aylesbury between 2013 and 2033.

Proposed further changes

New housing allocations in Aylesbury Garden Town (combined with existing committed and sites already built) will ensure that 16,20716,586 new dwellings will be provided in Aylesbury between 2013 and 2033.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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75, Policy D1 Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town

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Aylesbury will deliver at least 16,586 new homes. Taking account of commitments and completions, 3,539 homes are allocated at Aylesbury in the Plan.

  1.  To create distinctive, inclusive, sustainable, high quality, successful new communities which support and enhance existing communities with the highest quality, planning, design and management of the built and public realm.

Proposed further changes

Aylesbury will deliver at least 16,20716,586 new homes. Taking account of commitments and completions, 3,2823,539 homes are allocated at Aylesbury in the Plan.

  1.  To create distinctive, inclusive, sustainable, high quality, successful new communities which support and enhance existing communities within the town and neighbouring villages with the highest quality, planning, design and management of the built and public realm.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position

Proposed change in response to representation(s)


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79, 4.38

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The 125 permitted dwellings are expected to be delivered between 2019 and 2022. The remainder of the site is to come forward between 2024 and 2033, as it is dependent on the delivery of infrastructure related to the development of HS2.

Proposed further changes

The 39 of the 125 permitted dwellings have now been completed and the remaining 86 are expected to be delivered between 2019 and by 2022. The remainder of the 'South Aylesbury' site is to come forward between 2024 and 2033, as it is dependent on the delivery of infrastructure related to the development of HS2.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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80, Policy D-AGT1: South Aylesbury

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Expected time of delivery

125 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 875 homes to be delivered 2024-2033

Site-specific requirements

  1.  Prioritising the delivery of a dual carriageway distributor road between B4443 Lower Road and A413 Wendover Road to cross the railway line
  1.  Provision of a buffer between the new development and Stoke Mandeville to maintain the setting and individual identity of the village
  2.  Provision of land, buildings and car parking for a combined primary school, including playing field provision, and a contribution to upper school provision
  3.  Provision of land, buildings and car parking for a new local centre, including a minimum of 370 sqm of convenience retail floorspace

Proposed further changes

Expected Completions and expected time of delivery

39 homes delivered up to 2020, 125 161 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 875 800 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Site-specific requirements

  1.  Prioritising the delivery of Safeguarding the land required for the delivery of a dual carriageway distributor road between B4443 Lower Road and A413 Wendover Road to cross the railway line (the SEALR), with sufficient land for associated works including but not limited to earthworks, drainage and structures
  1. Provision of a buffer between the new development and Stoke Mandeville to maintain the setting and individual identity of the village settlement of Stoke Mandeville
  2.  Provision of land, buildings and car parking for a combined primary school, including playing field provision, and a contribution to upper secondary school provision
  3.  Provision of land, buildings and car parking for a new local centre, including a minimum of 370 sqm of convenience retail floorspace

Reason for change

Proposed change in response to representation(s) and officer recommended change to add clarity


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82, 4.42

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The allocation comprises the following sites:

  • Land between Oxford Road, Standalls Farm and Aylesbury (STO016 and SMD009) – up to 1,400 dwellings
  • Land at Lower Road Aylesbury (SMD012) – already permitted for 190 dwellings

Proposed further changes

The allocation comprises the following sites:

  • Land between Oxford Road, Standalls Farm and Aylesbury (STO016 and SMD009) – up to 1,400 dwellings (1,300 up to 2033 and then 100 after the plan period)
  • Land at Lower Road Aylesbury (SMD012) – already permitted for 190 dwellings

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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82, 4.44

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The majority of the allocation is planned to come forward between 2022 and 2033 and the delivery will be affected by the site's relationship to and dependence on the delivery of HS2.

Proposed further changes

The majority of the allocation is planned to come forward between 2022 2024 and 2033 and the delivery will be affected by the site's relationship to and dependence on the delivery of HS2.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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83, 4.47

Original text

At the site known as Lower Road (SMD012), the all 190 dwellings are expected to be delivered between years one to five of the Plan period 2018 and 2022. The remainder of the site is projected to deliver between 2022 and 2033.

Proposed further changes

At the site known as Lower Road (SMD012), the all 190 129 dwellings have now been completed and the remaining 61 dwellings are expected to be delivered between years one to five of the Plan period 2018 and by 2022. The remainder of the 'South west Aylesbury' site is projected to deliver between 2022 2024 and 2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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84, Policy D-AGT2: South west Aylesbury

Original text

Expected time of delivery

250 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 1,350 homes to be delivered 2024-2033

Size (hectares)

Total site area: 112.66ha

Land between Oxford Road, Standalls Farm and Aylesbury South: 94.1ha

Land at Lower Road Aylesbury: 9.2ha

Land between Marsh Lane, Princes Risborough Railway and Aylesbury: 11.6ha

Allocated for (key development and land use requirements)

  • At least 1,590 dwellings
  • One primary school
  • Multi-functional green infrastructure (totalling 56.33ha)
  • Strategic flood defences and surface water attenuation
  • South West Link Road between Stoke Mandeville A4010 realignment and A418 Oxford Road single carriageway (safeguarded for future dualling)
  • Junction improvements at A413 and A418
  • Provision of a linear park
  • Buffer zone for HS2 and noise mitigation
  • Cycling and walking links

Site-specific Requirements

  1.  Create a new garden community providing for land for at least 1,590 dwellings at a density that takes account of the adjacent settlement character and identity.


  1.  Provision of land, building and car parking for one primary school with a pre-school, funding to support for a children's centre, upper school provision, grammar school provision, and expansion of existing special schools

Proposed further changes

Expected Completions and expected time of delivery

250 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 1,350 homes to be delivered 2024-2033 129 homes built up to 2020, 121 homes to be delivered 2020-2025 and 1,240 homes to be delivered 2025-2033

Size (hectares)

Total site area: 112.66ha

Land between Oxford Road, Standalls Farm and Aylesbury South: 94.1ha

Land at Lower Road Aylesbury: 9.2ha

Land between Marsh Lane, Princes Risborough Railway and Aylesbury: 11.6ha 9.36ha

Allocated for (key development and land use requirements)

  • At least1,590 1,490 dwellings up to 2033
  • One primary school
  • Multi-functional green infrastructure (totalling 56.33ha)
  • Strategic flood defences and surface water attenuation
  • South West Link Road between Stoke Mandeville A4010 realignment and A418 Oxford Road single carriageway (safeguarded for future dualling)
  • Junction improvements at A413 and A418
  • Provision of a linear park
  • Buffer zone for HS2 and noise mitigation
  • Cycling and walking links

Site-specific Requirements

  1.  Create a new garden community providing for land for at least 1,590 1,490 dwellings at a density that takes account of the adjacent settlement character and identity.


  1.  Provision of land, building and car parking for one primary school with a pre-school, funding to support for a children's centre, upper secondary school provision, grammar school provision, and expansion of existing special schools

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – typo and resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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87, 4.51

Original text

The allocation comprises the following sites:

  • Woodlands, College Road North (WTV018): – allocated for and has a resolution to grant permission subject to a Section 106 agreement for 1,100 dwellings (1,000 up to 2033 and 100 after the plan period) and 102,800 sqm of employment land alongside infrastructure. This site will form a key development area of employment and custom build housing to support the growth of the Garden Town
  • Manor Farm, Broughton (BIE022) :– allocated for 350 dwellings
  • Westonmead Farm, A41 London Road (WTV017): – allocated for 157 dwellings
  • College Farm (AST037): – allocated for 250 dwellings

Proposed further changes

The allocation comprises the following sites:

  • Woodlands, College Road North (WTV018): – allocated for and has a resolution to grant permission subject to a Section 106 agreement for 1,100 dwellings (1,000 990 allocated up to 2033 and 100110 expected to deliver after the plan period) and 102,800 sqm of employment land alongside infrastructure. This site will form a key development area of employment and custom build housing to support the growth of the Garden Town
  • Manor Farm, Broughton (BIE022) :– allocated for 350 dwellings
  • Westonmead Farm, A41 London Road (WTV017): – allocated for 157 dwellings
  • College Farm (AST037): – allocated for 250 dwellings

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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88, 4.60

Original text

Development of the first 1,000 homes of Woodlands is projected to deliver between 2021 and 2033, with the final 100 delivering by 2034. Delivery of the remainder of the site is expected between 2024 and 2033.

Proposed further changes

Development of the first 1,000 990 homes of Woodlands is projected to deliver between 2021 2024 and 2033, with the final 100 delivering by 2034. The 157 homes at Westonmead Farm are expected to be delivered between 2023 and 2026 and then Delivery of the remainder of the 'Aylesbury north of A41' site is expected between 2024 2026 and 2033.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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90, Policy D-AGT3: Aylesbury north of A41

Original text

Expected time of delivery

30 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 1,727 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Allocated for (key development and land use requirements)

  • Around 102,800 sqm of employment land (B1 (25,600sqm), B2 (44,400 sqm) and B8 (32,800 sqm))
  • 1,757 dwellings up to 2033 (including custom and self build units)
  • 60 residential extra care units (Use Class C2)
  • Mixed use local centre of around 4,000 sqm (Use Classes A1, A2, A5 and D1
  • Strategic link road connecting with the ELR (N) and the A41 Aston Clinton Road
  • Strategic flood defences
  • Around 6,000 sqm hotel and conference centre (Use Class C1)
  • A local centre
  • Around 16ha for sports village and pitches
  • Athletes' accommodation
  • Around 2ha for a two-form entry primary school (D1)
  • Open space totalling 0.2ha play areas, 74.2ha informal open spaces, 16.7ha formal open spaces, 1.2ha allotments/community orchards, and 5.5ha woodland area
  • Landscape buffers and ecological mitigation
  • Flood mitigation and drainage including sustainable drainage systems (SuDS)
  • Cycling and walking links

Site-specific Requirements

  1.  Provision for land for around at least 1,757 dwellings (up to 2033) at a density that takes account of the adjacent settlement character and identity. The development should be integrated with the existing built area of Aylesbury, and maintain the settings and individual identity of Aston Clinton, Broughton and the existing urban edge as well as responding positively to the best characteristics of the surrounding area including Aylesbury Arm of the Grand Union Canal.


  1.  Provision of land, building and car parking for one primary school with a pre-school, funding to support a children's centre, upper school provision, grammar school provision, and expansion of existing special schools


  1.  At Westonmead Farm development is to be kept to the southern section of the area. The northern section of the area identified as 'not built development' is to be retained for green infrastructure (criteria p above)

Proposed further changes

Expected Completions and expected time of delivery

30 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 1,727 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 150 homes to be delivered 2020-2025 and 1,597 homes to be delivered 2025-2033

Allocated for (key development and land use requirements)

  • Around 102,800 sqm of employment land (B1 appropriate class E(25,600sqm), B2 (44,400 sqm) and B8 (32,800 sqm))
  • 1,757 At least 1,747 dwellings up to 2033 (including custom and self build units)
  • 60 residential extra care units (Use Class C2)
  • Mixed use local centre of around 4,000 sqm (Use appropriate classesA1, A2, A5 and D1 E, F.1, F.2 & Sui Generis)
  • Strategic link road connecting with the ELR (N) and the A41 Aston Clinton Road
  • Strategic flood defences
  • Around 6,000 sqm hotel and conference centre (Use Class C1)
  • A local centre
  • Around 16ha for sports village and pitches
  • Athletes' accommodation
  • Around 2ha for a two-form entry primary school (D1F.1)
  • Open space totalling 0.2ha play areas, 74.2ha informal open spaces, 16.7ha formal open spaces, 1.2ha allotments/community orchards, and 5.5ha woodland area
  • Landscape buffers and ecological mitigation
  • Flood mitigation and drainage including sustainable drainage systems (SuDS)
  • Cycling and walking links

Site-specific Requirements

  1.  Provision for land for around at least 1,757 1,747 dwellings (up to 2033) at a density that takes account of the adjacent settlement character and identity. The development should be integrated with the existing built area of Aylesbury, and maintain the settings and individual identity of Aston Clinton, Broughton and the existing urban edge as well as responding positively to the best characteristics of the surrounding area including Aylesbury Arm of the Grand Union Canal.


  1.  Provision of land, building and car parking for one primary school with a pre-school, funding to support a children's centre, upper secondary school provision, grammar school provision, and expansion of existing special schools


  1.  At Westonmead Farm development is to be kept to the southern section of the area. The northern section of the area identified as 'not built development' is to be retained for green infrastructure (criteria p above). The are some existing agricultural buildings to the north of the watercourse, their conversion to a suitable use that is compatible with their rural nature and Green Infrastructure context would be considered acceptable.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position and changes to use class order


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94, 4.65

Original text

The allocation comprises the following sites:

  • Land at Hampden Fields (WTV022) – allocated for 3,000 dwellings and 46,800 sqm of employment. This site will form a vital urban extension to Aylesbury, integral to the town's Garden Town status
  • Land adjacent to Aston Clinton Holiday Inn' (WTV019 ) – allocated for 108 dwellings
  • Land at New Road, Weston Turville (WTV021) – allocated for 51 dwellings
  • Land east of New Road, Weston Turville (WTV022) – already permitted for 64 dwellings
  • Land bounded By New Road And Aston Clinton Road (WTV025) – already permitted for 135 dwellings

Proposed further changes

The allocation comprises the following sites:

  • Land at Hampden Fields (WTV022) – allocated for and has a resolution to grant permission subject to a Section 106 agreement for 3,000 dwellings (2,555 allocated up to 2033 and 445 expected to deliver after the plan period) and 46,800 sqm of employment. This site will form a vital urban extension to Aylesbury, integral to the town's Garden Town status
  • Land adjacent to Aston Clinton Holiday Inn (WTV019 ) – allocated for 108 dwellings
  • Land at New Road, Weston Turville (WTV021) – allocated for 51 dwellings
  • Land east of New Road, Weston Turville (WTV022 WTV020) – already permitted for 64 dwellings
  • Land bounded By New Road And Aston Clinton Road (WTV025) – already permitted for 135 dwellings

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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94, 4.72

Original text

Land Bounded By New Road And Aston Clinton Road is expected to be completed by 2020 and Land east of New Road is expected to complete by 2021. Land at Hampden Fields is projected to come forward between 2021 and 2033 and the remainder of the site between 2022 and 2026.

Proposed further changes

Land Bounded By New Road And Aston Clinton Road is expected to be completed by 2020 and Land east of New Road is expected to complete by 2021 were both completed at the end of 2019. Land at Hampden Fields is projected to come forward between 2021 2023 and 2033 and the remainder of the 'Aylesbury south of A41' site is expected to deliver between 2022 and 2026 2027.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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97, D-AGT4 Aylesbury south of A41

Original text

Expected time of delivery

41 homes built up to 2018, 338 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 2,979 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Allocated for (key development and land use requirements)

  • Around 3,111 dwellings
  • 60-bed care home/extra care facility
  • Land for a park & ride site
  • 6.90ha of employment land
  • Two primary schools
  • A mixed use local centre
  • Multi-functional green infrastructure (totalling 108.43ha)
  • Strategic flood defences and surface water attenuation
  • A dualled Southern Link Road between A413 Wendover Road and A41 Aston Clinton Road and a strategic link road between the Southern Link Road and Marroway
  • Cycling and walking links

Site-specific Requirements

Development proposals must be accompanied by the information required in the council's Local Validation List and comply with all other relevant policies in the Plan, including the principles of development for Aylesbury Garden Town. In addition, proposals should comply with the following criteria:

  1.  Provision of at least 3,358 dwellings at a density that takes account of the adjacent settlement character and identity. The development should be integrated with the existing build area of Aylesbury, and maintain the settings, and individual identity and character of Stoke Mandeville and Weston Turville
  2.  Provision of land, building and car parking for two primary schools each with a pre-school, a children's centre on one of the primary school sites and funding to support upper school provision, grammar school provision, and expansion of existing special schools


  1.  New major transport infrastructure such as Eastern Link Road should be designed so that the potential loss of floodplain and change of flow pathways resulting from their implementation do not have an adverse effect on flood risk. They should also be designed to ensure that they remain operational and safe for users in times of flood

Proposed further changes

Expected Completions and expected time of delivery

41 homes built up to 2018, 338 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 2,979 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 199 homes built up to 2020, 338 homes to be delivered 2020-2025 and 2,376 homes to be delivered 2025-2033

Allocated for (key development and land use requirements)

  • Around 3,111 At least 2,913 dwellings
  •  60-bed care home/extra care facility
  •  Land for a park & ride site
  •  6.90ha of employment land
  •  Two primary schools
  •  A mixed use local centre
  •  Multi-functional green infrastructure (totalling 108.43ha)
  •  Strategic flood defences and surface water attenuation
  •  A dualled Southern Link Road between A413 Wendover Road and A41 Aston Clinton Road and a strategic link road between the Southern Link Road and Marroway
  •  Cycling and walking links

Site-specific Requirements

Development proposals must be accompanied by the information required in the council's Local Validation List and comply with all other relevant policies in the Plan, including the principles of development for Aylesbury Garden Town. In addition, proposals should comply with the following criteria:

  1.  Provision of at least 3,358 2,913 dwellings at a density that takes account of the adjacent settlement character and identity. The development should be integrated with the existing build area of Aylesbury, and maintain the settings, and individual identity and character of Stoke Mandeville and Weston Turville
  2.  Provision of land, building and car parking for two primary schools each with a pre-school, a children's centre on one of the primary school sites and funding to support upper secondary school provision, grammar school provision, and expansion of existing special schools


  1.  New major transport infrastructure such as Eastern the Southern Link Road should be designed so that the potential loss of floodplain and change of flow pathways resulting from their implementation do not have an adverse effect on flood risk. They should also be designed to ensure that they remain operational and safe for users in times of flood

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position and correction to named link road


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100, 4.77

Original text

The Berryfields Major Development Area (MDA) is situated to the north-west of Aylesbury. The development includes 3,254 new dwellings, employment, a district centre, schools, transport infrastructure and open space and community facilities. The site is situated off the A41 to the north-west of Aylesbury.

Proposed further changes

The Berryfields Major Development Area (MDA) is situated to the north-west of Aylesbury. The development includes 3,254 3,372 new dwellings, employment, a district centre, schools, transport infrastructure and open space and community facilities. The site is situated off the A41 to the north-west of Aylesbury. and includes the following permissions:

  • 'Berryfields MDA' (03/02386/AOP) - permitted for 3,000 dwellings and under construction
  • 'Berryfield House' (07/03447/AOP) - permitted for 235 dwellings and was completed in 2016
  • 'Berryfields MDA' (17/02999/APP) - permitted for 112 dwellings and is under construction
  • 'Berryfield Cottage' (10/01848/APP) - permitted for 19 dwellings and under construction
  • 'Berryfields MDA' (17/03863/APP) - permitted for 13 dwellings. Seven of these fall under the original permission for 3,000 dwellings.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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100, 4.79

Original text

Over half the housing on the site has been completed and reserved matters have been granted for the remainder of the housing at Berryfields. There are approximately 1,180 dwellings still to come forward. While some of the other planned requirements, including education, community and transport, are in place there has been limited progress on providing the local centre and employment areas.

Proposed further changes

Over half 85% of the housing on the site has been completed and reserved matters have been granted for the remainder of the housing at Berryfields. There are approximately 1,180 dwellings still to come forward. While some Some of the other planned requirements, including education, community and transport, are in place there has been limited and progress is underway on providing to provide the local centre and employment areas.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position and to avoid repetition


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100, 4.81

Original text

2,335 dwellings and the western link road have already been developed, with 919 dwellings still to be built.

Proposed further changes

2,335 2,885 dwellings and the western link road have already been developed, with 919 487 dwellings still to be built.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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100, 4.82

Original text

The site is projected to be completed by 2026.

Proposed further changes

The site is projected to be completed by 2026 2025.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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102, D-AGT5: Berryfields

Original text

Expected time of delivery

2,335 homes built up to 2018, 669 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 250 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected Completions and expected time of delivery

2,335 2,885 homes built up to 2018 2020, 669 487 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 250 no homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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103, 4.87

Original text

Reserved matters have been approved for 1,641 dwellings of which some 311 are complete with more under construction. Key elements of transport infrastructure including the Eastern Link Road and Stocklake Link are also well under way. The status of the three villages is as follows:

  • Oakfield – detailed permission for 492 dwellings and under construction (14/03486/ADP)
  • Canal Quarter – detailed permission for 288 dwellings (18/01153/ADP) and an as yet undetermined detailed application for 384 dwellings (19/01732/ADP)
  • •Orchard Green – detailed permission for 861 dwellings (15/01767/ADP)

Proposed further changes

Reserved matters have been approved for 1,641 2,074 dwellings, of which some 311 696 are complete with more under construction. Key elements of transport infrastructure including the Eastern Link Road and Stocklake Link are also well under way. The status of the three villages is as follows:

  •  Oakfield (Village 2) – detailed permission for 492 dwellings (14/03486/ADP) and is now complete under construction (14/03486/ADP)
  •  Canal Quarter (Village 3) for 1,097 dwellings detailed permission for 288 dwellings (18/01153/ADP) and an as yet undetermined detailed application for 384 dwellings (19/01732/ADP)
    • Phase 1 for 228 dwellings (18/01153/ADP) is now complete
    • Phase 2a for 383 dwellings (19/01732/ADP) is under construction
    • Phase 2b for 110 dwellings and the neighbourhood centre (19/02983/ADP) has detailed permission
    • Phase 3 for 212 homes (20/00740/ADP) has an as yet undetermined detailed application
    • Phase 4 for 164 dwellings and the employment area (19/04426/ADP) has an as yet undetermined detailed application

 • Orchard Green (Village 4) – detailed permission for 861 dwellings (15/01767/ADP) and under construction

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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106, D-AGT6: Kingsbrook

Original text

Completions and expected time of delivery

311 homes built up to 2018, 875 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 1,264 to be delivered 2023-2033

Include most up to date detail plans for Kingsbrook

Proposed further changes

Completions and expected time of delivery

311 696 homes built up to 2018 2020, 875 950 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 1,264 804 to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Include most up to date detail plans for Kingsbrook (based on 2020 position)

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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108, Kingsbrook masterplans

Original text

Village 3 phase 2

Proposed further changes

Replace masterplan for Village 3 phase 2a with masterplan for Village 3 phases 2a and 2b.

Amend heading:

Village 3 phases 2a and 2b

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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109, Kingsbrook masterplans

Proposed further changes

Insert masterplans for phases 3 and 4 for Kingsbrook village 3.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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110, D-AYL032 Ardenham Lane, Aylesbury

Original text

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 54 homes to be delivered 2023 -2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 54 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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112, D-AYL073 Land at Thame Road/Leach Road, Aylesbury

Original text

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 18 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 18 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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114, D-AYL052 PO Sorting Office, Cambridge Street, Aylesbury

Original text

Expected time of delivery

23 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

23 No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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116, D-AYL059 Land at junction of Buckingham Street and New Street, Aylesbury

Original text

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 14 homes to be delivered 2024-2033

  1.  This is a prominent entrance to the town and any proposal should be designed to accord with the District Design SPD and express an exemplary design

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 14 homes to be delivered 2024-2033 2025-2033

  1.  This is a prominent entrance to the town and any proposal should be designed to accord with the District Aylesbury Vale Design SPD and express an exemplary design

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position and for consistency with name of Aylesbury vale Design SPD


FMM050

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MM067

Page, Section/Para

119, D-AYL063 Hampden House, Aylesbury

Original text

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 112 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

No 112 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 112 no homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


FMM051

MM reference

MM068

Page, Section/Para

121, D-AYL068 Land north of Manor Hospital, Bierton Rd, Aylesbury

Original text

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 39 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 39 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


FMM052

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MM069

Page, Section/Para

122, D-AYL115 Rabans Lane, Aylesbury

Original text

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 200 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

No 65 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 200 135 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


FMM053

MM reference

MM070

Page, Section/Para

124, 4.105

Original text

As set out in Policies S2 and S3, the strategic settlements (excluding Aylesbury) will provide a total of 5,227 new homes between 2013 and 2033. Those sites that already have planning permission (as at 2017/18) and homes already built in the period 2013-2018 are included in the total to be provided.

Proposed further changes

Add new title above paragraph 4.105: Delivering the allocated sites – at strategic settlements and North East Aylesbury Vale

As set out in Policies S2 and S3 tables 1 and 2, the strategic settlements (excluding Aylesbury) and North East Aylesbury Vale will provide a total of 5,227 8,627 new homes between 2013 and 2033. Those sites that already have planning permission (as at 2017/18 2019/20) and homes already built in the period 2013-2018 2020 are included in the total to be provided.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


(1) FMM054

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Page, Section/Para

124, 4.106

Original text

Aylesbury Vale will deliver a total of 30,233 new homes across the Plan period. Taking account of commitments, completions and allocations in Aylesbury Garden Town already listed in policy D1, and a windfall allowance, 12,759 homes are allocated across the rest of the district.

Proposed further changes

Move paragraph 4.106 below paragraph 4.104 under the heading 'Delivering site allocations in the rest of the district'

Aylesbury Vale will deliver a total of 30,233 30,134 new homes across the Plan period. Taking account of commitments, completions and allocations in Aylesbury Garden Town already listed in policy D1, and a windfall allowance, 12,759 13,927 homes are allocated will be delivered across the rest of the district.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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Page, Section/Para

124, 4.107

Original text

This Plan allocates just one site beyond the neighbourhood plans' expectations/allocations, at Haddenham and Winslow, specifically north of Rosemary Lane at Haddenham (at least 269 homes) and east of the B4033 at Winslow (at least 315), and allocates two further sites at Buckingham, reflecting it being the second most sustainable settlement in the district, specifically Moreton Road at Buckingham (130 homes) and land off Osier Way, south of A421 and east of Gawcott Road (420 homes).

Proposed further changes

This Plan allocates just one site beyond the neighbourhood plans' expectations/allocations, at Haddenham and Winslow, specifically north of Rosemary Lane at Haddenham (at least 269 273 homes) and east of the B4033 at Winslow (at least 315), and allocates two further sites at Buckingham, reflecting it being the second most sustainable settlement in the district, specifically Moreton Road at Buckingham (130 homes) and land off Osier Way, south of A421 and east of Gawcott Road (420 homes).

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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Page, Section/Para

125, D2 Delivering site allocations in the rest of the district

Original text

The rest of the district outside of the Garden Town will deliver 12,759 new homes.

Proposed further changes

The rest of the district outside of the Garden Town, including the windfall allowance, will deliver 12,759 13,927 new homes.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


(1) FMM057

MM reference

MM074

Page, Section/Para

127, D-NLV001 Salden Chase

Original text

Expected time of delivery

150 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 1,705 homes to be delivered from 2024-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

150 300 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 1,705 homes to be delivered from 2024-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


(8) FMM058

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Page, Section/Para

133, D-WHA001

Original text

Phasing

The site is expected to be delivered between 2024 and 2033

Site-specific Requirements

Criteria h-

Create high quality walking and cycling links to and from Whaddon, Bletchley and Milton Keynes as an integral part of the development and shall include and extension of Tatternoe Valley Park into the site

Criteria f-

The site will be designed using a landscape-led approach. The development design and layout will be informed by a full detailed landscape and visual impact assessment (LVIA). It will provide a long term defensible boundary to the western boundary of Milton Keynes. This recognises that whilst being located totally within Aylesbury Vale , the development will use some facilities in Milton Keynes, given its proximity, Milton Keynes also provides an access point into the site

Criteria o -

More detailed traffic modelling will be required to inform on the extent of off site highway works to determine whether the section of A421 between the Bottledump roundabout and the site access roundabout needs to be dualled

Criteria p-

Provide for a Link Road connection through the site to Grid Road H6 Childs Way and or H7 Chaffron Way

Criteria q-

Existing public rights of way need to be retained, enhanced and integrated into the development with safe and secure environments as part of a wider network of sustainable routes (utilising amongst others the Redway and Sustrans network), to directly and appropriately link the site with surrounding communities and facilities

Criteria v -

A foul water strategy is required to be submitted to and approved in writing by the Council

Proposed further changes

Phasing Expected time of delivery

The site is expected to be delivered between 2024 and 2033

50 homes to be delivered 2020-2025 and 1,100 homes to be delivered 2025-2033

Site-specific Requirements

Criteria h –

Create high quality walking and cycling links to and from Whaddon, Bletchley and Milton Keynes as an integral part of the development and shall include and extension of Tatternoe Tattenhoe Valley Park into the site

Criteria f -

The site will be designed using a landscape-led and green infrastructure approach. The development design and layout will be informed by a full detailed landscape and visual impact assessment (LVIA) that integrates the site into the landscape and the existing network of green infrastructure within Milton Keynes and Buckinghamshire. It will provide a long term defensible boundary to the western boundary of Milton Keynes. This recognises that whilst being located totally within Aylesbury Vale , the development will use some facilities in Milton Keynes, given its proximity, Milton Keynes also provides an access point into the site

Criteria o -

More detailed traffic modelling will be required to inform on the extent and design of off site highway works and to determine whether the section of A421 between the Bottledump roundabout and the site access roundabout needs to be dualled. The scope and design of any detailed traffic modelling must be agreed by Buckinghamshire Council as the highway authority, in consultation with the Milton Keynes highway authority.

Criteria p-

Provide for a Link Road connection through the site to Grid Road H6 Childs Way and or H7 Chaffron Way, which shall include:

  • A Redway providing direct connection through the site to the existing Redway Network
  • A public transport route to incorporate Mass Rapid Transit through the site to Grid Road H6 Childs Way and or H7 Chaffron Way

Criteria q-

Existing public rights of way need to be retained, enhanced and integrated into the development with safe and secure environments as part of a wider network of sustainable routes (utilising amongst others the Redway and Sustrans network), to directly and appropriately link the site with surrounding communities and facilities including the extension of bridleways into the site (Bridleway WHA12/2 and Shenley Brook End Bridleway 006) to Redway Standard

Criteria v -

A foul water strategy is required to be submitted to and approved in writing by the Council following consultation with the water and sewerage undertaker.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position

Proposed change in response to representation(s)


(1) FMM059

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MMO82

Page, Section/Para

137, Policy BUC043

Original text

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 130 homes to be delivered 2024-2033

Site-specific Requirements

Criterion j -

A foul water strategy is required to be submitted to and approved in writing by the council

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

No 110 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 130 20 homes to be delivered 2024-2033 2025-2033

Site-specific Requirements

Criterion j -

A foul water strategy is required to be submitted to and approved in writing by the council following consultation with the water and sewerage undertaker.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position

Proposed change in response to representation(s)


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Page, Section/Para

139, D-BUC046 Land off Osier Way (south of A421 and east of Gawcott Road)

Original text

Expected time of delivery

150 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 270 homes from to be delivered 2024-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

150 130 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 270 290 homes from to be delivered 2024-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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Page, Section/Para

141, Policy D-HAD007 Land north of Rosemary Lane

Original text

Allocated for (key development and land use requirements)

269 homes

Expected time of delivery

135 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 134 homes to be delivered from 2023-2033

Site specific requirements

  1.  Provision of at least 269 dwellings

Proposed further changes

Allocated for (key development and land use requirements)

269 273 homes

Expected time of delivery

135 128 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 134 145 homes to be delivered from 2023-2033 2025-2033

Site specific requirements

  1.  Provision of at least 269 273 dwellings

Reason for change

Proposed change in response to representation(s)

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


(2) FMM062

MM reference

MM088

Page, Section/Para

144, D-HAL003 RAF Halton

Original text

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 1,000 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

No 25 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 1,000 975 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


FMM063

MM reference

MM089

Page, Section/Para

146, D-WIN001 Land to east of B4033, Great Horwood Road

Original text

Expected time of delivery

125 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 190 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

125 140 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 190 175 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


FMM064

Page, Section/Para

148, 4.138

Original text

Larger villages are the largest, most sustainable villages that have reasonable access to services and facilities. As set out in Policies S2 and S3, larger villages will provide a total of 2,271 new homes between 2013 and 2033. Those sites that already have planning permission (as at 2017/18) and homes already built in the period 2013-2018 are included in the total to be provided.

Proposed further changes

Larger villages are the largest, most sustainable villages that have reasonable access to services and facilities. As set out in Policies S2 and S3, larger villages will provide a total of 2,271 2,408 new homes between 2013 and 2033. Those sites that already have planning permission (as at 2017/18 2019/20) and homes already built in the period 2013-2018 2020 are included in the total to be provided.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


FMM065

MM reference

MM094

Page, Section/Para

151, D-STO008 Land south of Creslow Way, Stone

Original text

Expected time of delivery

26 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

26 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


FMM066

MM reference

MM095

Page, Section/Para

153, D-WHI009 Holt's Field, Whitchurch

Original text

Expected time of delivery

11 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 11 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

11 22 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 11 no homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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Page, Section/Para

154, 4.146

Original text

Medium villages are moderately well served with services and facilities and can therefore be considered to be reasonably sustainable villages. As set out in Policies S2 and S3, medium villages will provide a total of 1,282 new homes between 2013 and 2033. Those sites that already have planning permission (as at 2017/18) and homes already built in the period 2013- 2018 are included in the total to be provided.

Proposed further changes

Medium villages are moderately well served with services and facilities and can therefore be considered to be reasonably sustainable villages. As set out in Policies S2 and S3, medium villages will provide a total of 1,282 1,423 new homes between 2013 and 2033. Those sites that already have planning permission (as at 2017/18 2019/20) and homes already built in the period 2013- 2018 2020 are included in the total to be provided.

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


(3) FMM068

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MM096

Page, Section/Para

154, 4.148

Original text

Allocations are therefore made at the following medium villages:

  • Cuddington (23)
  • Ickford (30)
  • Maids Moreton (170)
  • Marsh Gibbon (9)
  • Newton Longville (17)
  • Quainton (37)

Proposed further changes

Allocations are therefore made at the following medium villages:

  •  Cuddington (23)
  •  Ickford (30)
  •  Maids Moreton (170)

Marsh Gibbon (9)

  •  Newton Longville (17)
  •  Quainton (37)

Reason for change

Proposed change in response to representation(s)


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Page, Section/Para

155, D-CDN001 Land north of Aylesbury Road and rear of Great Stone House

Original text

Expected time of delivery

Eight homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

Eight homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


FMM070

MM reference

MM099

Page, Section/Para

155, D-CDN003 Dadbrook Farm

Original text

Expected time of delivery

15 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

15 No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and no 15 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


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MM100

Page, Section/Para

157, D-ICK004 Land off Turnfields

Original text

Expected time of delivery

30 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

30 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


(119) FMM072

MM reference

MM101

Page, Section/Para

158, Policy D-MMO006 Land east of Walnut Drive and west of Foscote Road

Original text

Expected time of delivery

105 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 65 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

  1.  Provision of 170 dwellings at a density that takes account of the adjacent settlement character and identity and the edge of countryside location

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

105 65 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 65 105 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

  1.  Provision of at least 170 dwellings at a density that takes account of the adjacent settlement character and identity and the edge of countryside location

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position

Officer recommended change – included in tracked change version of VALP document but not in mm101 in VALP main modifications table


FMM073

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Page, Section/Para

161, D-NLV005 Land south of Whaddon Road and west of Lower Rd, Newton Longville

Original text

Expected time of delivery

17 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

17 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


(1) FMM074

MM reference

MM104

Page, Section/Para

162, D-QUA001 Land south west of 62 Station Road, Quainton

Original text

Expected time of delivery

13 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

13 homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and no homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


FMM075

MM reference

MM105

Page, Section/Para

163, D-QUA014-016 Land adjacent to Station Road, Quainton

Original text

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 and 24 homes to be delivered 2023-2033

Proposed further changes

Expected time of delivery

No homes to be delivered 2018-2023 2020-2025 and 24 homes to be delivered 2023-2033 2025-2033

Reason for change

Officer recommended change – resulting from update to latest housing land supply position


(2) FMM076

MM reference

MM079

Page, Section/Para

164, 4.157

Original text

Sites allocated in this Plan, in a made Neighbourhood Plan or committed by planning permission will normally deliver the district's required level of growth in full. Proposals for development in other locations will be determined on the basis of the policies within this Plan and made Neighbourhood plans. The only exceptions to this are where the Council's monitoring of delivery across the district shows that the allocated sites are not being delivered at the expected rate, and where the proposals are for small-scale areas of land in accordance with Policy D2. Proposals will need to be accompanied by evidence demonstrating how the site can be delivered in a timely manner and meet all of the criteria in the Policy below.

Proposed further changes

Sites allocated in this Plan, in a made Neighbourhood Plan or committed by planning permission will normally deliver the district's required level of growth in full. Proposals for development in other locations will be determined on the basis of the policies within this Plan and made Neighbourhood plans. The only exceptions to this are where the Council's monitoring of delivery across the district shows that the allocated sites are not being delivered at the expected rate, and where the proposals are for small-scale areas of land in accordance with Policy D2. Proposals will need to be accompanied by evidence demonstrating how the site can be delivered in a timely manner and meet all of the criteria in the Policy below.

Reason for change

Proposed change in response to representation(s)


(2) FMM077

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Page, Section/Para

164, D3 Proposals for non-allocated sites at strategic settlements, larger villages and medium villages

Original text

*the existing developed footprint is defined as 'the continuous built form of the village, and excludes individual buildings and groups of dispersed buildings. The exclusion covers former agricultural barns that have been converted, agricultural buildings and associated land on the edge of the village and gardens, paddocks and other undeveloped land within the curtilage of buildings on the edge of the settlement where the land relates more to the surrounding countryside than to the built-up area of the village.

Proposed further changes

*the existing developed footprint is defined as 'the continuous built form of the village settlement, and generally excludes remote individual buildings and groups of dispersed buildings. The exclusion covers former agricultural barns that have been converted, agricultural buildings (but does not preclude permitted development for converting agricultural buildings to residential – Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 as amended – Class Q) and associated land on the edge of the village settlement and gardens, paddocks and other undeveloped land within the curtilage of buildings on the edge of the settlement where the land relates more to the surrounding countryside than to the built-up area of the village settlement.

Reason for change

Proposed change (relating to inclusion of reference to class q) and officer recommended change relating to referring in the definition to 'settlement' rather than 'village' to better reflect the policy wording

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