Aylesbury Vale Area

Object

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 3252

Received: 07/01/2020

Respondent: Jill Mead

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Representation Summary:

I chose to live in a village, not be part of a huge housing estate but further expansion would swallow us. Villages to the north deserve the same protection as those to the south of Aylesbury Vale.

Full text:

Dear Sir,

I would like to register my objections to the VALP Main Modifications. The letters 'MM' and numbers refer to appropriate modifications.

I think the public examination (PE) should be reopened.

The A421 cannot cope now with every day traffic so more homes at Shenley Park, Salden Chase together with Tattenhoe Park and Kingsmead would be unbearable. Infrastructure has to be in place first. (MM007,010,076)

Our health service is at full stretch now so any extra development would bring it to its knees. Our hospitals cannot cope.(MM007,010,076)

I chose to live in a village, not be part of a huge housing estate but further expansion would swallow us. Villages to the north deserve the same protection as those to the south of Aylesbury Vale. (MM13,014,031)

Further development would mean a reduced quality of life, this isn't progress (MM070,076)

There is no provision for a Secondary School at the Shelley Park development therefore not in line with BCC policy. (MM076)

AVDC and MKC need to work together with the adopted policies in the adopted Plan:MK. They need to comply with the 'Duty to Cooperate' (MM072 to076)

In respect of Newton Longville I ask for the PE to be reopened.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs Jill Mead

Newton Longville resident.