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VALP Proposed Submission

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Representation ID: 1047

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Buckinghamshire County Council

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

clarification on:
 The assessment of housing need and how the Government's position on the methodology may
affect the plan over the plan period.

Full text:

We have taken this final opportunity to highlight a number of outstanding concerns and suggested
amendments for the adopted Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. These points include clarification on:
 The assessment of housing need and how the Government's position on the methodology may
affect the plan over the plan period.
 School place provision - BCC have set out a position statement for education provision across
the district, highlighting where infrastructure proposals for new or expanded schools have been
agreed and included in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan.
2
 Suggested amendments to site specific policies - Highways Development Management,
Flooding and Public Rights of Way have set out a number of suggested amendments to ensure
consistency throughout and to provide greater opportunities for improving connectivity via
sustainable modes of travel and strategic flood risk management.
 Suggested amendments to policies C4 Protection of public rights of way, D1 Detailed
Infrastructure on Green Infrastructure, H6 Housing mix, BE2 Design of new development,
Policy BE1 Heritage Assets. BCC is asking for further clarity with regards to the proposed
content of the Design SPD, the reference to Lifetime Homes within the Aylesbury Garden
Town supporting text and how this links to policy H6 Housing Mix, and suggested amendments
to policies on Heritage Assets and Archaeological Interest.
 General comments in relation to health and wellbeing - our Public Health team have set out a
number of suggestions to allow for a greater emphasis on health and wellbeing throughout the
plan, as well as seeking clarification on the assessment of the cumulative impact of new
development on existing and new residents.
 Suggested amendments and areas of clarification on the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk
Assessment Final Report and Aylesbury Vale District Flood Risk Sequential Test

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S5 Infrastructure

Representation ID: 2549

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Buckinghamshire County Council

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

School place provision - BCC have set out a position statement for education provision across
the district, highlighting where infrastructure proposals for new or expanded schools have been
agreed and included in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan.

Full text:

We have taken this final opportunity to highlight a number of outstanding concerns and suggested
amendments for the adopted Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. These points include clarification on:
 The assessment of housing need and how the Government's position on the methodology may
affect the plan over the plan period.
 School place provision - BCC have set out a position statement for education provision across
the district, highlighting where infrastructure proposals for new or expanded schools have been
agreed and included in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan.
2
 Suggested amendments to site specific policies - Highways Development Management,
Flooding and Public Rights of Way have set out a number of suggested amendments to ensure
consistency throughout and to provide greater opportunities for improving connectivity via
sustainable modes of travel and strategic flood risk management.
 Suggested amendments to policies C4 Protection of public rights of way, D1 Detailed
Infrastructure on Green Infrastructure, H6 Housing mix, BE2 Design of new development,
Policy BE1 Heritage Assets. BCC is asking for further clarity with regards to the proposed
content of the Design SPD, the reference to Lifetime Homes within the Aylesbury Garden
Town supporting text and how this links to policy H6 Housing Mix, and suggested amendments
to policies on Heritage Assets and Archaeological Interest.
 General comments in relation to health and wellbeing - our Public Health team have set out a
number of suggestions to allow for a greater emphasis on health and wellbeing throughout the
plan, as well as seeking clarification on the assessment of the cumulative impact of new
development on existing and new residents.
 Suggested amendments and areas of clarification on the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk
Assessment Final Report and Aylesbury Vale District Flood Risk Sequential Test

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S2 Spatial Strategy for Growth

Representation ID: 2550

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Buckinghamshire County Council

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Suggested amendments to site specific policies - Highways Development Management,
Flooding and Public Rights of Way have set out a number of suggested amendments to ensure
consistency throughout and to provide greater opportunities for improving connectivity via
sustainable modes of travel and strategic flood risk management.

Full text:

We have taken this final opportunity to highlight a number of outstanding concerns and suggested
amendments for the adopted Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. These points include clarification on:
 The assessment of housing need and how the Government's position on the methodology may
affect the plan over the plan period.
 School place provision - BCC have set out a position statement for education provision across
the district, highlighting where infrastructure proposals for new or expanded schools have been
agreed and included in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan.
2
 Suggested amendments to site specific policies - Highways Development Management,
Flooding and Public Rights of Way have set out a number of suggested amendments to ensure
consistency throughout and to provide greater opportunities for improving connectivity via
sustainable modes of travel and strategic flood risk management.
 Suggested amendments to policies C4 Protection of public rights of way, D1 Detailed
Infrastructure on Green Infrastructure, H6 Housing mix, BE2 Design of new development,
Policy BE1 Heritage Assets. BCC is asking for further clarity with regards to the proposed
content of the Design SPD, the reference to Lifetime Homes within the Aylesbury Garden
Town supporting text and how this links to policy H6 Housing Mix, and suggested amendments
to policies on Heritage Assets and Archaeological Interest.
 General comments in relation to health and wellbeing - our Public Health team have set out a
number of suggestions to allow for a greater emphasis on health and wellbeing throughout the
plan, as well as seeking clarification on the assessment of the cumulative impact of new
development on existing and new residents.
 Suggested amendments and areas of clarification on the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk
Assessment Final Report and Aylesbury Vale District Flood Risk Sequential Test

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

C4 Protection of public rights of way

Representation ID: 2551

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Buckinghamshire County Council

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Suggested amendments to policies C4 Protection of public rights of way

Full text:

We have taken this final opportunity to highlight a number of outstanding concerns and suggested
amendments for the adopted Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. These points include clarification on:
 The assessment of housing need and how the Government's position on the methodology may
affect the plan over the plan period.
 School place provision - BCC have set out a position statement for education provision across
the district, highlighting where infrastructure proposals for new or expanded schools have been
agreed and included in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan.
2
 Suggested amendments to site specific policies - Highways Development Management,
Flooding and Public Rights of Way have set out a number of suggested amendments to ensure
consistency throughout and to provide greater opportunities for improving connectivity via
sustainable modes of travel and strategic flood risk management.
 Suggested amendments to policies C4 Protection of public rights of way, D1 Detailed
Infrastructure on Green Infrastructure, H6 Housing mix, BE2 Design of new development,
Policy BE1 Heritage Assets. BCC is asking for further clarity with regards to the proposed
content of the Design SPD, the reference to Lifetime Homes within the Aylesbury Garden
Town supporting text and how this links to policy H6 Housing Mix, and suggested amendments
to policies on Heritage Assets and Archaeological Interest.
 General comments in relation to health and wellbeing - our Public Health team have set out a
number of suggestions to allow for a greater emphasis on health and wellbeing throughout the
plan, as well as seeking clarification on the assessment of the cumulative impact of new
development on existing and new residents.
 Suggested amendments and areas of clarification on the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk
Assessment Final Report and Aylesbury Vale District Flood Risk Sequential Test

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

D1 Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town

Representation ID: 2552

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Buckinghamshire County Council

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Suggested amendments to D1 Detailed
Infrastructure on Green Infrastructure

Full text:

We have taken this final opportunity to highlight a number of outstanding concerns and suggested
amendments for the adopted Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. These points include clarification on:
 The assessment of housing need and how the Government's position on the methodology may
affect the plan over the plan period.
 School place provision - BCC have set out a position statement for education provision across
the district, highlighting where infrastructure proposals for new or expanded schools have been
agreed and included in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan.
2
 Suggested amendments to site specific policies - Highways Development Management,
Flooding and Public Rights of Way have set out a number of suggested amendments to ensure
consistency throughout and to provide greater opportunities for improving connectivity via
sustainable modes of travel and strategic flood risk management.
 Suggested amendments to policies C4 Protection of public rights of way, D1 Detailed
Infrastructure on Green Infrastructure, H6 Housing mix, BE2 Design of new development,
Policy BE1 Heritage Assets. BCC is asking for further clarity with regards to the proposed
content of the Design SPD, the reference to Lifetime Homes within the Aylesbury Garden
Town supporting text and how this links to policy H6 Housing Mix, and suggested amendments
to policies on Heritage Assets and Archaeological Interest.
 General comments in relation to health and wellbeing - our Public Health team have set out a
number of suggestions to allow for a greater emphasis on health and wellbeing throughout the
plan, as well as seeking clarification on the assessment of the cumulative impact of new
development on existing and new residents.
 Suggested amendments and areas of clarification on the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk
Assessment Final Report and Aylesbury Vale District Flood Risk Sequential Test

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

H6 Housing Mix

Representation ID: 2553

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Buckinghamshire County Council

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Suggested amendments to h6

Full text:

We have taken this final opportunity to highlight a number of outstanding concerns and suggested
amendments for the adopted Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. These points include clarification on:
 The assessment of housing need and how the Government's position on the methodology may
affect the plan over the plan period.
 School place provision - BCC have set out a position statement for education provision across
the district, highlighting where infrastructure proposals for new or expanded schools have been
agreed and included in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan.
2
 Suggested amendments to site specific policies - Highways Development Management,
Flooding and Public Rights of Way have set out a number of suggested amendments to ensure
consistency throughout and to provide greater opportunities for improving connectivity via
sustainable modes of travel and strategic flood risk management.
 Suggested amendments to policies C4 Protection of public rights of way, D1 Detailed
Infrastructure on Green Infrastructure, H6 Housing mix, BE2 Design of new development,
Policy BE1 Heritage Assets. BCC is asking for further clarity with regards to the proposed
content of the Design SPD, the reference to Lifetime Homes within the Aylesbury Garden
Town supporting text and how this links to policy H6 Housing Mix, and suggested amendments
to policies on Heritage Assets and Archaeological Interest.
 General comments in relation to health and wellbeing - our Public Health team have set out a
number of suggestions to allow for a greater emphasis on health and wellbeing throughout the
plan, as well as seeking clarification on the assessment of the cumulative impact of new
development on existing and new residents.
 Suggested amendments and areas of clarification on the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk
Assessment Final Report and Aylesbury Vale District Flood Risk Sequential Test

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

BE2 Design of new development

Representation ID: 2554

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Buckinghamshire County Council

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Suggested amendments to BE2

Full text:

We have taken this final opportunity to highlight a number of outstanding concerns and suggested
amendments for the adopted Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. These points include clarification on:
 The assessment of housing need and how the Government's position on the methodology may
affect the plan over the plan period.
 School place provision - BCC have set out a position statement for education provision across
the district, highlighting where infrastructure proposals for new or expanded schools have been
agreed and included in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan.
2
 Suggested amendments to site specific policies - Highways Development Management,
Flooding and Public Rights of Way have set out a number of suggested amendments to ensure
consistency throughout and to provide greater opportunities for improving connectivity via
sustainable modes of travel and strategic flood risk management.
 Suggested amendments to policies C4 Protection of public rights of way, D1 Detailed
Infrastructure on Green Infrastructure, H6 Housing mix, BE2 Design of new development,
Policy BE1 Heritage Assets. BCC is asking for further clarity with regards to the proposed
content of the Design SPD, the reference to Lifetime Homes within the Aylesbury Garden
Town supporting text and how this links to policy H6 Housing Mix, and suggested amendments
to policies on Heritage Assets and Archaeological Interest.
 General comments in relation to health and wellbeing - our Public Health team have set out a
number of suggestions to allow for a greater emphasis on health and wellbeing throughout the
plan, as well as seeking clarification on the assessment of the cumulative impact of new
development on existing and new residents.
 Suggested amendments and areas of clarification on the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk
Assessment Final Report and Aylesbury Vale District Flood Risk Sequential Test

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

BE1 Heritage Assets

Representation ID: 2555

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Buckinghamshire County Council

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Suggested amendments to be1

Full text:

We have taken this final opportunity to highlight a number of outstanding concerns and suggested
amendments for the adopted Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan. These points include clarification on:
 The assessment of housing need and how the Government's position on the methodology may
affect the plan over the plan period.
 School place provision - BCC have set out a position statement for education provision across
the district, highlighting where infrastructure proposals for new or expanded schools have been
agreed and included in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan.
2
 Suggested amendments to site specific policies - Highways Development Management,
Flooding and Public Rights of Way have set out a number of suggested amendments to ensure
consistency throughout and to provide greater opportunities for improving connectivity via
sustainable modes of travel and strategic flood risk management.
 Suggested amendments to policies C4 Protection of public rights of way, D1 Detailed
Infrastructure on Green Infrastructure, H6 Housing mix, BE2 Design of new development,
Policy BE1 Heritage Assets. BCC is asking for further clarity with regards to the proposed
content of the Design SPD, the reference to Lifetime Homes within the Aylesbury Garden
Town supporting text and how this links to policy H6 Housing Mix, and suggested amendments
to policies on Heritage Assets and Archaeological Interest.
 General comments in relation to health and wellbeing - our Public Health team have set out a
number of suggestions to allow for a greater emphasis on health and wellbeing throughout the
plan, as well as seeking clarification on the assessment of the cumulative impact of new
development on existing and new residents.
 Suggested amendments and areas of clarification on the Level 2 Strategic Flood Risk
Assessment Final Report and Aylesbury Vale District Flood Risk Sequential Test

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