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Object

VALP Proposed Submission

H1 Affordable housing

Representation ID: 861

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Yes

Representation Summary:

the requirement to provide 25% affordable housing on sites of 11 units or more has decreased from 31% proposed in Summer 2016.

Will provision of 6,850 affordable homes address demand over 16 years when there are 3893 applicants registered on BucksHomesChoice in November 2017? Of these 2,307 are in bands A-D and eligible for affordable rented housing.

The 6850 figure quoted equates to 25% of the total number of homes rather than 25% of homes on schemes with an affordable housing requirement, which will be a lower figure.

officer note: reassigned from 1.15 to H1 for relevance

Full text:

Although based on the 21.3% requirement identified by the HEDNA (December 2016) the requirement to provide 25% affordable housing on sites of 11 units or more has decreased from 31% proposed in Summer 2016.

Will provision of 6,850 affordable homes address demand over 16 years when there are 3893 applicants registered on BucksHomesChoice in November 2017? Of these 2,307 are in bands A-D and eligible for affordable rented housing.

The 6850 figure quoted equates to 25% of the total number of homes rather than 25% of homes on schemes with an affordable housing requirement, which will be a lower figure.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

H1 Affordable housing

Representation ID: 864

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Yes

Representation Summary:

the requirement to provide 25% affordable housing on sites of 11 units or more has decreased from 31% proposed in Summer 2016.

Will provision of 6,850 affordable homes address demand over 16 years when there are 3893 applicants registered on BucksHomesChoice in November 2017? Of these 2,307 are in bands A-D and eligible for affordable rented housing.

The 6850 figure quoted equates to 25% of the total number of homes rather than 25% of homes on schemes with an affordable housing requirement, which will be a lower figure.

Officer Note: reassigned to H1 from 1.13 for relevance

Full text:

Although based on the 21.3% requirement identified by the HEDNA (December 2016) the requirement to provide 25% affordable housing on sites of 11 units or more has decreased from 31% proposed in Summer 2016.

Will provision of 6,850 affordable homes address demand over 16 years when there are 3893 applicants registered on BucksHomesChoice in November 2017? Of these 2,307 are in bands A-D and eligible for affordable rented housing.

The 6850 figure quoted equates to 25% of the total number of homes rather than 25% of homes on schemes with an affordable housing requirement, which will be a lower figure.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

5.57

Representation ID: 868

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust

Representation Summary:

Policy H6

The proposed inclusion of 'self-contained extra care dwellings' in schemes of 100 dwellings or above in strategic settlements is positive and addresses this growing need. It is positive to see that all residential development should meet Category 2 of Building Regulations Approved Document and that 15% of the affordable housing should meet Category 3

officer note: reassigned from 1.36 to 5.57 for relevance

Full text:

Policy H6

The proposed inclusion of 'self-contained extra care dwellings' in schemes of 100 dwellings or above in strategic settlements is positive and addresses this growing need. It is positive to see that all residential development should meet Category 2 of Building Regulations Approved Document and that 15% of the affordable housing should meet Category 3

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

1.31

Representation ID: 869

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust

Representation Summary:

Policy S2 & S3

The classification of villages by size Large, Medium and smaller and the requirement for them to support growth could ensure these settlements remain sustainable, support economic growth and offer new home buyers and tenants greater choice of location within the Vale.

Full text:

Policy S2 & S3

The classification of villages by size Large, Medium and smaller and the requirement for them to support growth could ensure these settlements remain sustainable, support economic growth and offer new home buyers and tenants greater choice of location within the Vale.

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