Aylesbury Vale Area

MM012

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Support

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 2751

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Representation Summary:

Support for the proposed allocation of 54 dwellings at Stone / Hartwell comprising 28 completions and 26 allocations. On this basis, the Waddesdon Estate / National Trust would not expect to see any further housing development coming forward within or on the edge of this settlement within the period 2013 to 2033.

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Support for the proposed allocation of 54 dwellings at Stone / Hartwell comprising 28 completions and 26 allocations. On this basis, the Waddesdon Estate / National Trust would not expect to see any further housing development coming forward within or on the edge of this settlement within the period 2013 to 2033.

Support

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 2783

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Representation Summary:

Support for the proposed allocation of 54 dwellings at Stone / Hartwell comprising 28 completions and 26 allocations. On this basis, the Hartwell House Estate / National Trust would not expect to see any further housing development coming forward within or on the edge of this settlement within the period 2013 to 2033.

Full text:

Support for the proposed allocation of 54 dwellings at Stone / Hartwell comprising 28 completions and 26 allocations. On this basis, the Hartwell House Estate / National Trust would not expect to see any further housing development coming forward within or on the edge of this settlement within the period 2013 to 2033.

Object

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 2919

Received: 11/12/2019

Respondent: Stone With Bishopstone And Hartwell Parish Council

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? Yes

Representation Summary:

The Parish Council is surprised and concerned that the allocation for housing within the Proposed Main Modifications to Submission Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan and Policies Maps November 2019 for this site has increased from 10 houses to 26 without any discussion with The Parish Council since the issue of the November 2017 version of the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. The site shown on the maps (STO008) is not suitable for an allocation of this quantity and therefore the Parish Council objects to this allocation on this site.

Change suggested by respondent:

Reduce the provision from proposed 26 houses back to original allocation of 10 houses.

Full text:

The Parish Council is surprised and concerned that the allocation for housing within the Proposed Main Modifications to Submission Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan and Policies Maps November 2019 for this site has increased from 10 houses to 26 without any discussion with The Parish Council since the issue of the November 2017 version of the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. The site shown on the maps (STO008) is not suitable for an allocation of this quantity and therefore the Parish Council objects to this allocation on this site.

Object

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 2987

Received: 12/12/2019

Respondent: Arnold White Estates

Agent: Arrow Planning Ltd

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Representation Summary:

The spatial strategy distribution as expressed in MM011, 012 demonstrates a huge
imbalance. The Aylesbury share of that is 55%, the 'large villages' accommodate 7.5%.
Waddesdon is one such 'large village' with extensive services, facilities, a major tourist
attraction (Waddesdon Manor) and a major employment site close by. The need for a
more dispersed pattern of development would be served at the site north of Waddesdon
which has been master-planned.

Change suggested by respondent:

Encourage a wider dispersal of development in the larger village rural settlements, giving
Waddesdon as an example.

Full text:

On behalf of my client Arnold White Estates Ltd I attach our representations on the forms provided. I draw your attention to the difficulty I have found in making these submissions. The Schedule of Modifications does not show the relevant page numbers in the Plan as proposed to be modified, which means cross-referencing is very difficult. For example, in the Modifications Schedule MM027 shows a modification to para 4.7 at p62. The Modified Plan shows this as para 4.9 at p67. The Modification Schedule and the Modified Plan should have the same page and paragraph numbers. Also, for example, there are two Policies D2. In the forms I have sought to group linked Main Modifications on one form where a combined response is then provided. Where necessary I have inserted a blank page to accommodate text that would not fit within the box provided. I trust all of my text will be captured.

Object

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 3058

Received: 17/12/2019

Respondent: Clifton Kirstie (Bovis Homes Limited)

Agent: Define Planning & Design

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Representation Summary:

Further development could and should be directed towards larger and medium villages, to reflect AVDC's commitment to considering other options to meeting local housing need (other than a new settlement) and to maintain a supply of residential development within those villages that the VALP deems to be sustainable.

Change suggested by respondent:

Update Table 2 - Proposed settlement hierarchy and housing development to address the need for a comprehensive review of the deliverability of sites, as set out in Bovis Homes' representations to MM031, MM074, MM075, MM076, and MM094.

Full text:

Given the changes proposed by MM001 to MM003 and the emphasis of Bovis Homes' response to MM008, further development could and should be directed towards larger and medium villages. As outlined within MM012, which references the updated Table 2 (Proposed settlement hierarchy and housing development), larger villages such as Stone are considered "larger, more sustainable villages that have at least reasonable access to facilities and services and public transport, making them sustainable locations for development." Meanwhile, medium villages such as Tingewick "have some provision of key services and facilities, making them moderately sustainable locations for development."

Evidently, such settlements are capable of accommodating further development in the future, beyond the mere 325 dwellings allocated to large and medium villages within the VALP as currently modified.

Object

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 3468

Received: 17/12/2019

Respondent: IPE Orchestra

Agent: Arrow Planning Ltd

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Representation Summary:

Table 2 only proposes 9 units for North Marston, which are existing completions.
The Plan is unsound as it is not positively prepared or effective, being inconsistent. The lack of allocations in Medium Villages such as North Marston is inconsistent with Spatial Objective 5. (officer summary)

Change suggested by respondent:

New Allocations in Medium Villages such as North Marston.

Full text:

See attached document which is submitted on behalf of IPE Orchestra Land

Object

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 3553

Received: 18/11/2019

Respondent: Mr David Vowles

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? No

Representation Summary:

The references (in Table 2) to "including Hartwell" (Stone), "including Fleet Marston" (Waddesdon), "including Broughton" (Bierton), "and Ledburn" (Mentmore), and "including Pitchcott" (Oving) are inappropriate as these are discrete "other" settlements not forming part of the named larger, medium or smaller villages. As such they are subject to Policy D4 rather than D2 or D3. The reference "listed in the settlement hierarchy document" is inappropriate as it refers to a document not forming part of the development plan.

Change suggested by respondent:

Delete "(including Hartwell)", "(including Fleet Marston)", "(including Broughton)", "and Ledburn" and "(including Pitchcott)".

Delete "(listed in the settlement hierarchy document)"

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