Aylesbury Vale Area

MM013

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Support

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 2747

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Representation:

The Waddesdon Estate / National Trust strongly support for the protection of the separate identities of Stone, Hartwell and Waddesdon Villages from the outward spread of new housing and employment development from Aylesbury Town.

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The Waddesdon Estate / National Trust strongly support for the protection of the separate identities of Stone, Hartwell and Waddesdon Villages from the outward spread of new housing and employment development from Aylesbury Town.

Support

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 2784

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Representation:

Hartwell House Estate / National Trust strongly supports the protection of the separate identifies of Stone, Hartwell and Waddesdon Villages from the outward spread of new housing and employment development from Aylesbury Town.

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Hartwell House Estate / National Trust strongly supports the protection of the separate identifies of Stone, Hartwell and Waddesdon Villages from the outward spread of new housing and employment development from Aylesbury Town.

Support

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 2949

Received: 11/12/2019

Respondent: Mrs Sheila Bulpett

Representation:

Settlements definitely need protection against coalescence and help to retain their individuality

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Settlements definitely need protection against coalescence and help to retain their individuality

Object

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 3252

Received: 07/01/2020

Respondent: Jill Mead

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Representation:

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.

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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.

Object

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 3475

Received: 17/12/2019

Respondent: Stoke Mandeville Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Representation:

We welcome the changes to this paragraph. However, the authority's stated policy in this paragraph of seeking to prevent the character and identities of settlements being degraded by development that would negatively affect their individual identities is in direct contradiction of other policies for Stoke Mandeville Parish set out in other paragraphs. This internal inconsistency needs to be resolved for the plan to be effective.

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See attached document which is submitted on behalf of Stoke Mandeville Neighbourhood Plan Group

Object

VALP Main Modifications

Representation ID: 3500

Received: 09/01/2020

Respondent: Barratt Homes

Agent: Graham Bloomfield

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? No

Representation:

Policy S3 (and the definition at footnote 7 and 8) states that regard should be had to any perceived further coalescence between settlements. It is important that a flexible approach is adopted towards these requirements, particularly where the VALP itself does not provide a longer-term vision for North East Aylesbury Vale.
Unsound policy restrictions on future development in relation to coalescence should therefore be avoided. References to 'further' and 'perceived' coalescence in Policy S3 and footnote 7/8 should therefore be omitted to enable consideration on a site-by-site basis, as demonstrated for the strategic opportunity at Park Manor.

Change suggested by respondent:

MM013 (proposed changes in bold):
Part of the character of Aylesbury Vale is the distribution of settlements with individual identities. Settlement identity therefore needs to be protected to retain this important element in the area's character. The Council will therefore seek to preserve prevent the character and identities of neighbouring settlements or communities being degraded by development that would negatively affect their individual identities. To further protect the area's character the Council council will endorse a landscape-led approach to supporting development that conserves and enhances the settlement pattern and also resist development that would compromise the open character of the countryside between settlements, especially where the gaps between them are already small

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