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VALP Proposed Submission

S2 Spatial Strategy for Growth

Representation ID: 1004

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Newton Longville Parish Council

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation Summary:

Starting the plan period from 2013 is misleading, leads to public confusion and is not effective. Around 50% of the housing in the plan has already delivered or committed. It should be modified to run from 2017 or 2018.
Consideration should be given to splitting the Local Plan into two or three parts which can potentially be adopted even if more work is required on others.
Consideration should be given to deferring meeting unmet need from elsewhere until later. Exemplar cases have been accepted with a clear policy commitment as to how any such unmet need would be dealt with.

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Submission draft version of Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
Representation by Newton Longville Parish Council - 14th December 2017
Newton Longville Parish Council representation - AVDC VALP submission draft Page 1 of 42
1. Introduction
1.1. This submission endorses the submission made by North Bucks Parishes
Planning Consortium (NBPPC) which should be read in conjunction with this
submission.
1.2. Newton Longville Parish Council consider that the draft plan is capable of
being found legally compliant and sound, subject to modifications being
made to the plan to deal with the issues highlighted below. Whilst issues are
identified on compliance with the Duty to Cooperate, it is hoped that it is a
lack submission of evidence rather than a failure to comply. These issues
had been pointed out to AVDC prior to publication of the draft submission
plan.
1.3. Newton Longville Parish Council requests participation at the Examination in
Public in relation to the points raised in this representation as well as those
made and in the submission by NBPPC. The parish council wishes to take
part in discussions on the plan and on modifications that may be required.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

1.9

Representation ID: 1186

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Newton Longville Parish Council

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation Summary:

AVDC need to demonstrate far more action to show compliance with the duty to cooperate, which must be with all relevant bodies throughout the plan making process to avoid the risk of another plan being rejected for the similar reasons as the last attempt. The duty to cooperate only applies up to the point of submission when control of the process passes to the Inspector. Failure to comply with the duty to cooperate cannot then be corrected by subsequent action. It is hoped that AVDC have in fact complied with the duty to cooperate but have not produced sufficient evidence.

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Submission draft version of Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
Representation by Newton Longville Parish Council - 14th December 2017
Newton Longville Parish Council representation - AVDC VALP submission draft Page 1 of 42
1. Introduction
1.1. This submission endorses the submission made by North Bucks Parishes
Planning Consortium (NBPPC) which should be read in conjunction with this
submission.
1.2. Newton Longville Parish Council consider that the draft plan is capable of
being found legally compliant and sound, subject to modifications being
made to the plan to deal with the issues highlighted below. Whilst issues are
identified on compliance with the Duty to Cooperate, it is hoped that it is a
lack submission of evidence rather than a failure to comply. These issues
had been pointed out to AVDC prior to publication of the draft submission
plan.
1.3. Newton Longville Parish Council requests participation at the Examination in
Public in relation to the points raised in this representation as well as those
made and in the submission by NBPPC. The parish council wishes to take
part in discussions on the plan and on modifications that may be required.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

1.20

Representation ID: 1187

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Newton Longville Parish Council

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Yes

Representation Summary:

The details in paragraphs 1.20 and 1.21 are not in compliance with government policy and guidance. The text requires modification to be sound and ensure it is positively prepared, justified, effective and consistent with national policy.

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Submission draft version of Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
Representation by Newton Longville Parish Council - 14th December 2017
Newton Longville Parish Council representation - AVDC VALP submission draft Page 1 of 42
1. Introduction
1.1. This submission endorses the submission made by North Bucks Parishes
Planning Consortium (NBPPC) which should be read in conjunction with this
submission.
1.2. Newton Longville Parish Council consider that the draft plan is capable of
being found legally compliant and sound, subject to modifications being
made to the plan to deal with the issues highlighted below. Whilst issues are
identified on compliance with the Duty to Cooperate, it is hoped that it is a
lack submission of evidence rather than a failure to comply. These issues
had been pointed out to AVDC prior to publication of the draft submission
plan.
1.3. Newton Longville Parish Council requests participation at the Examination in
Public in relation to the points raised in this representation as well as those
made and in the submission by NBPPC. The parish council wishes to take
part in discussions on the plan and on modifications that may be required.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

3.9

Representation ID: 1188

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Newton Longville Parish Council

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation Summary:

Housing need should be met closest to where it arises. The choice of a single Housing Market Area (HMA) for the whole of the areas covered by Aylesbury Vale, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe districts is inappropriate, too simplistic and fails to follow the guidance in the Planning Practice Guidance. A single HMA based on and around the Aylesbury and Wycombe 2011 Travel to Work area would appear to be a far more robust base for the HMA, to include all of Wycombe District and only a small southern part of Aylesbury Vale.

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Submission draft version of Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
Representation by Newton Longville Parish Council - 14th December 2017
Newton Longville Parish Council representation - AVDC VALP submission draft Page 1 of 42
1. Introduction
1.1. This submission endorses the submission made by North Bucks Parishes
Planning Consortium (NBPPC) which should be read in conjunction with this
submission.
1.2. Newton Longville Parish Council consider that the draft plan is capable of
being found legally compliant and sound, subject to modifications being
made to the plan to deal with the issues highlighted below. Whilst issues are
identified on compliance with the Duty to Cooperate, it is hoped that it is a
lack submission of evidence rather than a failure to comply. These issues
had been pointed out to AVDC prior to publication of the draft submission
plan.
1.3. Newton Longville Parish Council requests participation at the Examination in
Public in relation to the points raised in this representation as well as those
made and in the submission by NBPPC. The parish council wishes to take
part in discussions on the plan and on modifications that may be required.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

3.5

Representation ID: 1189

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Newton Longville Parish Council

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Key Diagram; Given the significance of Aylesbury Vale within the "Brain Belt" of Oxford to Cambridge as well as other significant aspects such as motor racing, it would be worth including a diagram showing Aylesbury Vale in a wider context, on the lines of Figure 2.1 "Key economic geography of Milton Keynes and its Regional Context" within the adopted Milton Keynes Core Strategy.

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Submission draft version of Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
Representation by Newton Longville Parish Council - 14th December 2017
Newton Longville Parish Council representation - AVDC VALP submission draft Page 1 of 42
1. Introduction
1.1. This submission endorses the submission made by North Bucks Parishes
Planning Consortium (NBPPC) which should be read in conjunction with this
submission.
1.2. Newton Longville Parish Council consider that the draft plan is capable of
being found legally compliant and sound, subject to modifications being
made to the plan to deal with the issues highlighted below. Whilst issues are
identified on compliance with the Duty to Cooperate, it is hoped that it is a
lack submission of evidence rather than a failure to comply. These issues
had been pointed out to AVDC prior to publication of the draft submission
plan.
1.3. Newton Longville Parish Council requests participation at the Examination in
Public in relation to the points raised in this representation as well as those
made and in the submission by NBPPC. The parish council wishes to take
part in discussions on the plan and on modifications that may be required.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S1 Sustainable development for Aylesbury Vale

Representation ID: 1190

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Newton Longville Parish Council

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation Summary:

An updated HELAA should have been issued to accompany the
submission VALP.

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Submission draft version of Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
Representation by Newton Longville Parish Council - 14th December 2017
Newton Longville Parish Council representation - AVDC VALP submission draft Page 1 of 42
1. Introduction
1.1. This submission endorses the submission made by North Bucks Parishes
Planning Consortium (NBPPC) which should be read in conjunction with this
submission.
1.2. Newton Longville Parish Council consider that the draft plan is capable of
being found legally compliant and sound, subject to modifications being
made to the plan to deal with the issues highlighted below. Whilst issues are
identified on compliance with the Duty to Cooperate, it is hoped that it is a
lack submission of evidence rather than a failure to comply. These issues
had been pointed out to AVDC prior to publication of the draft submission
plan.
1.3. Newton Longville Parish Council requests participation at the Examination in
Public in relation to the points raised in this representation as well as those
made and in the submission by NBPPC. The parish council wishes to take
part in discussions on the plan and on modifications that may be required.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

2.6

Representation ID: 1191

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Newton Longville Parish Council

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation Summary:

There is a clear contradiction between what is here and the allocation of sites around Newton Longville (or Whaddon as in previous version of VALP). It is not clear that in all cases there are strategic or delivery policies to cover all aspects within the vision and strategic objectives. Objective 3 within paragraph lists a number of matters to be secured, however not all of what is then listed is provided for within subsequent
policies. There should be a clear commitment to "I before E" - that infrastructure is
provided before expansion.

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Submission draft version of Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
Representation by Newton Longville Parish Council - 14th December 2017
Newton Longville Parish Council representation - AVDC VALP submission draft Page 1 of 42
1. Introduction
1.1. This submission endorses the submission made by North Bucks Parishes
Planning Consortium (NBPPC) which should be read in conjunction with this
submission.
1.2. Newton Longville Parish Council consider that the draft plan is capable of
being found legally compliant and sound, subject to modifications being
made to the plan to deal with the issues highlighted below. Whilst issues are
identified on compliance with the Duty to Cooperate, it is hoped that it is a
lack submission of evidence rather than a failure to comply. These issues
had been pointed out to AVDC prior to publication of the draft submission
plan.
1.3. Newton Longville Parish Council requests participation at the Examination in
Public in relation to the points raised in this representation as well as those
made and in the submission by NBPPC. The parish council wishes to take
part in discussions on the plan and on modifications that may be required.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S1 Sustainable development for Aylesbury Vale

Representation ID: 1192

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Newton Longville Parish Council

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Yes

Representation Summary:

Amendment to condition relating to Neighbourhood Plans

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Submission draft version of Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
Representation by Newton Longville Parish Council - 14th December 2017
Newton Longville Parish Council representation - AVDC VALP submission draft Page 1 of 42
1. Introduction
1.1. This submission endorses the submission made by North Bucks Parishes
Planning Consortium (NBPPC) which should be read in conjunction with this
submission.
1.2. Newton Longville Parish Council consider that the draft plan is capable of
being found legally compliant and sound, subject to modifications being
made to the plan to deal with the issues highlighted below. Whilst issues are
identified on compliance with the Duty to Cooperate, it is hoped that it is a
lack submission of evidence rather than a failure to comply. These issues
had been pointed out to AVDC prior to publication of the draft submission
plan.
1.3. Newton Longville Parish Council requests participation at the Examination in
Public in relation to the points raised in this representation as well as those
made and in the submission by NBPPC. The parish council wishes to take
part in discussions on the plan and on modifications that may be required.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S2 Spatial Strategy for Growth

Representation ID: 1193

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Newton Longville Parish Council

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

The provision for employment seems low given the amount of housing proposed. A table should be included which details all existing and proposed employment areas and size of each. Retail is mentioned within the policy but not in the supporting text. A far greater allocation should be made in the greater Aylesbury area as that is where most of the need is and is where there are better transport connections. The villages surrounding Aylesbury clearly operate as part of Aylesbury even though there are small gaps between them and Aylesbury.

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Submission draft version of Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
Representation by Newton Longville Parish Council - 14th December 2017
Newton Longville Parish Council representation - AVDC VALP submission draft Page 1 of 42
1. Introduction
1.1. This submission endorses the submission made by North Bucks Parishes
Planning Consortium (NBPPC) which should be read in conjunction with this
submission.
1.2. Newton Longville Parish Council consider that the draft plan is capable of
being found legally compliant and sound, subject to modifications being
made to the plan to deal with the issues highlighted below. Whilst issues are
identified on compliance with the Duty to Cooperate, it is hoped that it is a
lack submission of evidence rather than a failure to comply. These issues
had been pointed out to AVDC prior to publication of the draft submission
plan.
1.3. Newton Longville Parish Council requests participation at the Examination in
Public in relation to the points raised in this representation as well as those
made and in the submission by NBPPC. The parish council wishes to take
part in discussions on the plan and on modifications that may be required.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S3 Settlement hierarchy and cohesive development

Representation ID: 1194

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Newton Longville Parish Council

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Yes

Representation Summary:

The revised settlement hierarchy is much better but requires modification to
be sound. At present it is not justified, effective or positively prepared. The
specific situation at each settlement should be detailed for more than at
present and the settlement considered individually, with an allocation then
based on that assessment. Settlement boundaries should be defined
within the VALP unless already defined with in a made or emerging
Neighbourhood Plan. The numbers for existing housing stock do not appear to be accurate when compared with council tax records.

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Submission draft version of Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
Representation by Newton Longville Parish Council - 14th December 2017
Newton Longville Parish Council representation - AVDC VALP submission draft Page 1 of 42
1. Introduction
1.1. This submission endorses the submission made by North Bucks Parishes
Planning Consortium (NBPPC) which should be read in conjunction with this
submission.
1.2. Newton Longville Parish Council consider that the draft plan is capable of
being found legally compliant and sound, subject to modifications being
made to the plan to deal with the issues highlighted below. Whilst issues are
identified on compliance with the Duty to Cooperate, it is hoped that it is a
lack submission of evidence rather than a failure to comply. These issues
had been pointed out to AVDC prior to publication of the draft submission
plan.
1.3. Newton Longville Parish Council requests participation at the Examination in
Public in relation to the points raised in this representation as well as those
made and in the submission by NBPPC. The parish council wishes to take
part in discussions on the plan and on modifications that may be required.

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