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VALP Proposed Submission

3.3

Representation ID: 1069

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Ether Solutions

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Placing too many houses in close proximity to Aylesbury centre will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic misery for everyone.

Full text:

3.3 and Policy S1 Sustainable development
Placing too many houses in close proximity to Aylesbury centre will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic misery for everyone.


3.15 New settlement
Opportunities from the forthcoming East-West rail and Oxford-Cambridge express road are being missed. Aylesbury needs to be part of the integrated plan not trying to work on its own.

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre
Planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive is great BUT it needs to consider the success of that work on the traffic around the town. It is already grid locked.

4.16 Aylesbury Transport Strategy ATS
1) The ATS is based on flawed modelling, criticised by BCC's own Transport Consultants AECOM. This is not sound because a robust evidence base is missing.
2) Key parts of the "orbital strategy" are "aspirational" which means they will not happen until at least the next plan in 2034 and beyond. The Plan is therefore neither Positively Prepared nor Effective.

4.17 Interventions including outer link roads
The orbital roads need to be consider in terms of the traffic flows from the overall Oxford / Milton Keynes / Cambridge development arc. Traffic to and from Aylesbury will be impacted. The housing developments in Aylesbury that have already been approved are now starting to make traffic on existing roads terrible and the ideas for new roads are far too limited and not resourced for future capacity.

Policy Dl: Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
The plan clearly misses the point "GARDEN" not concrete jungle or building site!
Look at the quality towns which continue to attract people, they all have much more green public space than the proposal.
As an example, the old "Agricultural College" is subject to "Hampden Fields" housing development, to give any credibility to "GARDEN TOWN", that cannot happen. It should become a sports centre to celebrate Stoke Mandeville's position as the home of the "Paralympics", or even public garden specifically designed to meet needs of disabled people.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S1 Sustainable development for Aylesbury Vale

Representation ID: 2189

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Ether Solutions

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Placing too many houses in close proximity to Aylesbury centre will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic misery for everyone.

Full text:

3.3 and Policy S1 Sustainable development
Placing too many houses in close proximity to Aylesbury centre will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic misery for everyone.


3.15 New settlement
Opportunities from the forthcoming East-West rail and Oxford-Cambridge express road are being missed. Aylesbury needs to be part of the integrated plan not trying to work on its own.

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre
Planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive is great BUT it needs to consider the success of that work on the traffic around the town. It is already grid locked.

4.16 Aylesbury Transport Strategy ATS
1) The ATS is based on flawed modelling, criticised by BCC's own Transport Consultants AECOM. This is not sound because a robust evidence base is missing.
2) Key parts of the "orbital strategy" are "aspirational" which means they will not happen until at least the next plan in 2034 and beyond. The Plan is therefore neither Positively Prepared nor Effective.

4.17 Interventions including outer link roads
The orbital roads need to be consider in terms of the traffic flows from the overall Oxford / Milton Keynes / Cambridge development arc. Traffic to and from Aylesbury will be impacted. The housing developments in Aylesbury that have already been approved are now starting to make traffic on existing roads terrible and the ideas for new roads are far too limited and not resourced for future capacity.

Policy Dl: Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
The plan clearly misses the point "GARDEN" not concrete jungle or building site!
Look at the quality towns which continue to attract people, they all have much more green public space than the proposal.
As an example, the old "Agricultural College" is subject to "Hampden Fields" housing development, to give any credibility to "GARDEN TOWN", that cannot happen. It should become a sports centre to celebrate Stoke Mandeville's position as the home of the "Paralympics", or even public garden specifically designed to meet needs of disabled people.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

3.15

Representation ID: 2190

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Ether Solutions

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Opportunities from the forthcoming East-West rail and Oxford-Cambridge express road are being missed. Aylesbury needs to be part of the integrated plan not trying to work on its own.

Full text:

3.3 and Policy S1 Sustainable development
Placing too many houses in close proximity to Aylesbury centre will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic misery for everyone.


3.15 New settlement
Opportunities from the forthcoming East-West rail and Oxford-Cambridge express road are being missed. Aylesbury needs to be part of the integrated plan not trying to work on its own.

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre
Planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive is great BUT it needs to consider the success of that work on the traffic around the town. It is already grid locked.

4.16 Aylesbury Transport Strategy ATS
1) The ATS is based on flawed modelling, criticised by BCC's own Transport Consultants AECOM. This is not sound because a robust evidence base is missing.
2) Key parts of the "orbital strategy" are "aspirational" which means they will not happen until at least the next plan in 2034 and beyond. The Plan is therefore neither Positively Prepared nor Effective.

4.17 Interventions including outer link roads
The orbital roads need to be consider in terms of the traffic flows from the overall Oxford / Milton Keynes / Cambridge development arc. Traffic to and from Aylesbury will be impacted. The housing developments in Aylesbury that have already been approved are now starting to make traffic on existing roads terrible and the ideas for new roads are far too limited and not resourced for future capacity.

Policy Dl: Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
The plan clearly misses the point "GARDEN" not concrete jungle or building site!
Look at the quality towns which continue to attract people, they all have much more green public space than the proposal.
As an example, the old "Agricultural College" is subject to "Hampden Fields" housing development, to give any credibility to "GARDEN TOWN", that cannot happen. It should become a sports centre to celebrate Stoke Mandeville's position as the home of the "Paralympics", or even public garden specifically designed to meet needs of disabled people.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

4.14

Representation ID: 2192

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Ether Solutions

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive is great BUT it needs to consider the success of that work on the traffic around the town. It is already grid locked.

Full text:

3.3 and Policy S1 Sustainable development
Placing too many houses in close proximity to Aylesbury centre will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic misery for everyone.


3.15 New settlement
Opportunities from the forthcoming East-West rail and Oxford-Cambridge express road are being missed. Aylesbury needs to be part of the integrated plan not trying to work on its own.

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre
Planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive is great BUT it needs to consider the success of that work on the traffic around the town. It is already grid locked.

4.16 Aylesbury Transport Strategy ATS
1) The ATS is based on flawed modelling, criticised by BCC's own Transport Consultants AECOM. This is not sound because a robust evidence base is missing.
2) Key parts of the "orbital strategy" are "aspirational" which means they will not happen until at least the next plan in 2034 and beyond. The Plan is therefore neither Positively Prepared nor Effective.

4.17 Interventions including outer link roads
The orbital roads need to be consider in terms of the traffic flows from the overall Oxford / Milton Keynes / Cambridge development arc. Traffic to and from Aylesbury will be impacted. The housing developments in Aylesbury that have already been approved are now starting to make traffic on existing roads terrible and the ideas for new roads are far too limited and not resourced for future capacity.

Policy Dl: Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
The plan clearly misses the point "GARDEN" not concrete jungle or building site!
Look at the quality towns which continue to attract people, they all have much more green public space than the proposal.
As an example, the old "Agricultural College" is subject to "Hampden Fields" housing development, to give any credibility to "GARDEN TOWN", that cannot happen. It should become a sports centre to celebrate Stoke Mandeville's position as the home of the "Paralympics", or even public garden specifically designed to meet needs of disabled people.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

4.16

Representation ID: 2193

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Ether Solutions

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

1) The ATS is based on flawed modelling, criticised by BCC's own Transport Consultants AECOM. This is not sound because a robust evidence base is missing.
2) Key parts of the "orbital strategy" are "aspirational" which means they will not happen until at least the next plan in 2034 and beyond. The Plan is therefore neither Positively Prepared nor Effective.

Full text:

3.3 and Policy S1 Sustainable development
Placing too many houses in close proximity to Aylesbury centre will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic misery for everyone.


3.15 New settlement
Opportunities from the forthcoming East-West rail and Oxford-Cambridge express road are being missed. Aylesbury needs to be part of the integrated plan not trying to work on its own.

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre
Planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive is great BUT it needs to consider the success of that work on the traffic around the town. It is already grid locked.

4.16 Aylesbury Transport Strategy ATS
1) The ATS is based on flawed modelling, criticised by BCC's own Transport Consultants AECOM. This is not sound because a robust evidence base is missing.
2) Key parts of the "orbital strategy" are "aspirational" which means they will not happen until at least the next plan in 2034 and beyond. The Plan is therefore neither Positively Prepared nor Effective.

4.17 Interventions including outer link roads
The orbital roads need to be consider in terms of the traffic flows from the overall Oxford / Milton Keynes / Cambridge development arc. Traffic to and from Aylesbury will be impacted. The housing developments in Aylesbury that have already been approved are now starting to make traffic on existing roads terrible and the ideas for new roads are far too limited and not resourced for future capacity.

Policy Dl: Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
The plan clearly misses the point "GARDEN" not concrete jungle or building site!
Look at the quality towns which continue to attract people, they all have much more green public space than the proposal.
As an example, the old "Agricultural College" is subject to "Hampden Fields" housing development, to give any credibility to "GARDEN TOWN", that cannot happen. It should become a sports centre to celebrate Stoke Mandeville's position as the home of the "Paralympics", or even public garden specifically designed to meet needs of disabled people.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

4.17

Representation ID: 2194

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Ether Solutions

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

The orbital roads need to be consider in terms of the traffic flows from the overall Oxford / Milton Keynes / Cambridge development arc. Traffic to and from Aylesbury will be impacted. The housing developments in Aylesbury that have already been approved are now starting to make traffic on existing roads terrible and the ideas for new roads are far too limited and not resourced for future capacity.

Full text:

3.3 and Policy S1 Sustainable development
Placing too many houses in close proximity to Aylesbury centre will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic misery for everyone.


3.15 New settlement
Opportunities from the forthcoming East-West rail and Oxford-Cambridge express road are being missed. Aylesbury needs to be part of the integrated plan not trying to work on its own.

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre
Planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive is great BUT it needs to consider the success of that work on the traffic around the town. It is already grid locked.

4.16 Aylesbury Transport Strategy ATS
1) The ATS is based on flawed modelling, criticised by BCC's own Transport Consultants AECOM. This is not sound because a robust evidence base is missing.
2) Key parts of the "orbital strategy" are "aspirational" which means they will not happen until at least the next plan in 2034 and beyond. The Plan is therefore neither Positively Prepared nor Effective.

4.17 Interventions including outer link roads
The orbital roads need to be consider in terms of the traffic flows from the overall Oxford / Milton Keynes / Cambridge development arc. Traffic to and from Aylesbury will be impacted. The housing developments in Aylesbury that have already been approved are now starting to make traffic on existing roads terrible and the ideas for new roads are far too limited and not resourced for future capacity.

Policy Dl: Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
The plan clearly misses the point "GARDEN" not concrete jungle or building site!
Look at the quality towns which continue to attract people, they all have much more green public space than the proposal.
As an example, the old "Agricultural College" is subject to "Hampden Fields" housing development, to give any credibility to "GARDEN TOWN", that cannot happen. It should become a sports centre to celebrate Stoke Mandeville's position as the home of the "Paralympics", or even public garden specifically designed to meet needs of disabled people.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

D1 Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town

Representation ID: 2195

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Ether Solutions

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

The plan clearly misses the point "GARDEN" not concrete jungle or building site!
Look at the quality towns which continue to attract people, they all have much more green public space than the proposal.
As an example, the old "Agricultural College" is subject to "Hampden Fields" housing development, to give any credibility to "GARDEN TOWN", that cannot happen. It should become a sports centre to celebrate Stoke Mandeville's position as the home of the "Paralympics", or even public garden specifically designed to meet needs of disabled people.

Full text:

3.3 and Policy S1 Sustainable development
Placing too many houses in close proximity to Aylesbury centre will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic misery for everyone.


3.15 New settlement
Opportunities from the forthcoming East-West rail and Oxford-Cambridge express road are being missed. Aylesbury needs to be part of the integrated plan not trying to work on its own.

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre
Planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive is great BUT it needs to consider the success of that work on the traffic around the town. It is already grid locked.

4.16 Aylesbury Transport Strategy ATS
1) The ATS is based on flawed modelling, criticised by BCC's own Transport Consultants AECOM. This is not sound because a robust evidence base is missing.
2) Key parts of the "orbital strategy" are "aspirational" which means they will not happen until at least the next plan in 2034 and beyond. The Plan is therefore neither Positively Prepared nor Effective.

4.17 Interventions including outer link roads
The orbital roads need to be consider in terms of the traffic flows from the overall Oxford / Milton Keynes / Cambridge development arc. Traffic to and from Aylesbury will be impacted. The housing developments in Aylesbury that have already been approved are now starting to make traffic on existing roads terrible and the ideas for new roads are far too limited and not resourced for future capacity.

Policy Dl: Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
The plan clearly misses the point "GARDEN" not concrete jungle or building site!
Look at the quality towns which continue to attract people, they all have much more green public space than the proposal.
As an example, the old "Agricultural College" is subject to "Hampden Fields" housing development, to give any credibility to "GARDEN TOWN", that cannot happen. It should become a sports centre to celebrate Stoke Mandeville's position as the home of the "Paralympics", or even public garden specifically designed to meet needs of disabled people.

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