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VALP Proposed Submission

D1 Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town

Representation ID: 985

Received: 13/12/2017

Respondent: Weedon Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.

Full text:


At various meetings of Weedon Parish Council, councillors resolved to submit the following positive comments on the Draft Submission of VALP.

The Parish Council is very pleased to see significant amendments in this draft submission from the previous
draft in 2015, and supports the current plan.
Section 4.29
Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.
Section 4.169
Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.
Section 5.50
Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.
Sections 8.1 to 8.39
BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Sections 8.40 to 8.45
BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.
Sections 8.46 to 8.47
BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.


32 Campbell Close, Linden Village Tel 01280 814739
Buckingham MK18 7HP ‐ 2 - weedonparishclerk@talktalk.net
Section 8.48
BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".
Sections 9.26 to 9.32
NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.
Sections 9.51 to 9.52
NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.
Sections 9.53 to 9.59
NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.
Sections 10.1 to 10.26

C1. Conversion of rural buildings
We support the policy and strict criteria for the conversion of rural buildings.
Sections 10.27 to 10.50

C2. Equestrian development
We support the policy and criteria for equestrian development.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

D3 Housing development at smaller villages

Representation ID: 1368

Received: 13/12/2017

Respondent: Weedon Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.

Full text:


At various meetings of Weedon Parish Council, councillors resolved to submit the following positive comments on the Draft Submission of VALP.

The Parish Council is very pleased to see significant amendments in this draft submission from the previous
draft in 2015, and supports the current plan.
Section 4.29
Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.
Section 4.169
Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.
Section 5.50
Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.
Sections 8.1 to 8.39
BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Sections 8.40 to 8.45
BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.
Sections 8.46 to 8.47
BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.


32 Campbell Close, Linden Village Tel 01280 814739
Buckingham MK18 7HP ‐ 2 - weedonparishclerk@talktalk.net
Section 8.48
BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".
Sections 9.26 to 9.32
NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.
Sections 9.51 to 9.52
NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.
Sections 9.53 to 9.59
NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.
Sections 10.1 to 10.26

C1. Conversion of rural buildings
We support the policy and strict criteria for the conversion of rural buildings.
Sections 10.27 to 10.50

C2. Equestrian development
We support the policy and criteria for equestrian development.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

H4 Replacement dwellings in the countryside

Representation ID: 1369

Received: 13/12/2017

Respondent: Weedon Parish Council

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.

Full text:


At various meetings of Weedon Parish Council, councillors resolved to submit the following positive comments on the Draft Submission of VALP.

The Parish Council is very pleased to see significant amendments in this draft submission from the previous
draft in 2015, and supports the current plan.
Section 4.29
Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.
Section 4.169
Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.
Section 5.50
Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.
Sections 8.1 to 8.39
BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Sections 8.40 to 8.45
BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.
Sections 8.46 to 8.47
BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.


32 Campbell Close, Linden Village Tel 01280 814739
Buckingham MK18 7HP ‐ 2 - weedonparishclerk@talktalk.net
Section 8.48
BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".
Sections 9.26 to 9.32
NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.
Sections 9.51 to 9.52
NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.
Sections 9.53 to 9.59
NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.
Sections 10.1 to 10.26

C1. Conversion of rural buildings
We support the policy and strict criteria for the conversion of rural buildings.
Sections 10.27 to 10.50

C2. Equestrian development
We support the policy and criteria for equestrian development.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

BE1 Heritage Assets

Representation ID: 1370

Received: 13/12/2017

Respondent: Weedon Parish Council

Representation Summary:

BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Full text:


At various meetings of Weedon Parish Council, councillors resolved to submit the following positive comments on the Draft Submission of VALP.

The Parish Council is very pleased to see significant amendments in this draft submission from the previous
draft in 2015, and supports the current plan.
Section 4.29
Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.
Section 4.169
Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.
Section 5.50
Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.
Sections 8.1 to 8.39
BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Sections 8.40 to 8.45
BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.
Sections 8.46 to 8.47
BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.


32 Campbell Close, Linden Village Tel 01280 814739
Buckingham MK18 7HP ‐ 2 - weedonparishclerk@talktalk.net
Section 8.48
BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".
Sections 9.26 to 9.32
NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.
Sections 9.51 to 9.52
NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.
Sections 9.53 to 9.59
NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.
Sections 10.1 to 10.26

C1. Conversion of rural buildings
We support the policy and strict criteria for the conversion of rural buildings.
Sections 10.27 to 10.50

C2. Equestrian development
We support the policy and criteria for equestrian development.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

BE2 Design of new development

Representation ID: 1371

Received: 13/12/2017

Respondent: Weedon Parish Council

Representation Summary:

BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.

Full text:


At various meetings of Weedon Parish Council, councillors resolved to submit the following positive comments on the Draft Submission of VALP.

The Parish Council is very pleased to see significant amendments in this draft submission from the previous
draft in 2015, and supports the current plan.
Section 4.29
Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.
Section 4.169
Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.
Section 5.50
Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.
Sections 8.1 to 8.39
BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Sections 8.40 to 8.45
BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.
Sections 8.46 to 8.47
BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.


32 Campbell Close, Linden Village Tel 01280 814739
Buckingham MK18 7HP ‐ 2 - weedonparishclerk@talktalk.net
Section 8.48
BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".
Sections 9.26 to 9.32
NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.
Sections 9.51 to 9.52
NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.
Sections 9.53 to 9.59
NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.
Sections 10.1 to 10.26

C1. Conversion of rural buildings
We support the policy and strict criteria for the conversion of rural buildings.
Sections 10.27 to 10.50

C2. Equestrian development
We support the policy and criteria for equestrian development.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

BE3 Protection of the amenity of residents

Representation ID: 1372

Received: 13/12/2017

Respondent: Weedon Parish Council

Representation Summary:

BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.

Full text:


At various meetings of Weedon Parish Council, councillors resolved to submit the following positive comments on the Draft Submission of VALP.

The Parish Council is very pleased to see significant amendments in this draft submission from the previous
draft in 2015, and supports the current plan.
Section 4.29
Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.
Section 4.169
Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.
Section 5.50
Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.
Sections 8.1 to 8.39
BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Sections 8.40 to 8.45
BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.
Sections 8.46 to 8.47
BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.


32 Campbell Close, Linden Village Tel 01280 814739
Buckingham MK18 7HP ‐ 2 - weedonparishclerk@talktalk.net
Section 8.48
BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".
Sections 9.26 to 9.32
NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.
Sections 9.51 to 9.52
NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.
Sections 9.53 to 9.59
NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.
Sections 10.1 to 10.26

C1. Conversion of rural buildings
We support the policy and strict criteria for the conversion of rural buildings.
Sections 10.27 to 10.50

C2. Equestrian development
We support the policy and criteria for equestrian development.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

BE4 Density of new development

Representation ID: 1373

Received: 13/12/2017

Respondent: Weedon Parish Council

Representation Summary:

BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".

Full text:


At various meetings of Weedon Parish Council, councillors resolved to submit the following positive comments on the Draft Submission of VALP.

The Parish Council is very pleased to see significant amendments in this draft submission from the previous
draft in 2015, and supports the current plan.
Section 4.29
Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.
Section 4.169
Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.
Section 5.50
Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.
Sections 8.1 to 8.39
BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Sections 8.40 to 8.45
BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.
Sections 8.46 to 8.47
BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.


32 Campbell Close, Linden Village Tel 01280 814739
Buckingham MK18 7HP ‐ 2 - weedonparishclerk@talktalk.net
Section 8.48
BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".
Sections 9.26 to 9.32
NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.
Sections 9.51 to 9.52
NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.
Sections 9.53 to 9.59
NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.
Sections 10.1 to 10.26

C1. Conversion of rural buildings
We support the policy and strict criteria for the conversion of rural buildings.
Sections 10.27 to 10.50

C2. Equestrian development
We support the policy and criteria for equestrian development.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

NE5 Landscape character and locally important landscape

Representation ID: 1374

Received: 13/12/2017

Respondent: Weedon Parish Council

Representation Summary:

NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.

Full text:


At various meetings of Weedon Parish Council, councillors resolved to submit the following positive comments on the Draft Submission of VALP.

The Parish Council is very pleased to see significant amendments in this draft submission from the previous
draft in 2015, and supports the current plan.
Section 4.29
Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.
Section 4.169
Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.
Section 5.50
Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.
Sections 8.1 to 8.39
BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Sections 8.40 to 8.45
BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.
Sections 8.46 to 8.47
BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.


32 Campbell Close, Linden Village Tel 01280 814739
Buckingham MK18 7HP ‐ 2 - weedonparishclerk@talktalk.net
Section 8.48
BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".
Sections 9.26 to 9.32
NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.
Sections 9.51 to 9.52
NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.
Sections 9.53 to 9.59
NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.
Sections 10.1 to 10.26

C1. Conversion of rural buildings
We support the policy and strict criteria for the conversion of rural buildings.
Sections 10.27 to 10.50

C2. Equestrian development
We support the policy and criteria for equestrian development.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

NE8 Best and most versatile agricultural land

Representation ID: 1375

Received: 13/12/2017

Respondent: Weedon Parish Council

Representation Summary:

NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.

Full text:


At various meetings of Weedon Parish Council, councillors resolved to submit the following positive comments on the Draft Submission of VALP.

The Parish Council is very pleased to see significant amendments in this draft submission from the previous
draft in 2015, and supports the current plan.
Section 4.29
Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.
Section 4.169
Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.
Section 5.50
Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.
Sections 8.1 to 8.39
BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Sections 8.40 to 8.45
BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.
Sections 8.46 to 8.47
BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.


32 Campbell Close, Linden Village Tel 01280 814739
Buckingham MK18 7HP ‐ 2 - weedonparishclerk@talktalk.net
Section 8.48
BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".
Sections 9.26 to 9.32
NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.
Sections 9.51 to 9.52
NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.
Sections 9.53 to 9.59
NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.
Sections 10.1 to 10.26

C1. Conversion of rural buildings
We support the policy and strict criteria for the conversion of rural buildings.
Sections 10.27 to 10.50

C2. Equestrian development
We support the policy and criteria for equestrian development.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

NE9 Trees, hedgerows and woodlands

Representation ID: 1376

Received: 13/12/2017

Respondent: Weedon Parish Council

Representation Summary:

NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.

Full text:


At various meetings of Weedon Parish Council, councillors resolved to submit the following positive comments on the Draft Submission of VALP.

The Parish Council is very pleased to see significant amendments in this draft submission from the previous
draft in 2015, and supports the current plan.
Section 4.29
Policy D1. Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town
We support the Aylesbury Garden Town housing allocations, particularly the locations of the Major
Development Areas D‐AGT1 to D‐AGT6. The locations seem to have the best potential for meeting
transport strategy objectives, and avoid the Areas of Attractive Landscape, flood plains and other
unsuitable high‐visual‐impact landscape areas to the north and west of the town.
Section 4.169
Policy D3. Housing development at smaller villages
We support the policy of making no specific housing allocations at smaller villages and allowing villages to
make their own allocations through neighbourhood plans, or assessing sites coming forward as part of the
development management process against the strict criteria given.
Section 5.50
Policy H4. Replacement dwellings in the countryside
We welcome the policy on replacement dwellings in the countryside on a one‐for‐one basis on the basis of
no significant increase in size, no harm to the site, and according to the design principles in BE2.
Sections 8.1 to 8.39
BE1. Heritage assets
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting and conserving heritage assets.

Sections 8.40 to 8.45
BE2. Design of new development
We support the proposed policy on the design of new developments.
Sections 8.46 to 8.47
BE3. Protection of the amenity of residents
We support the proposed policy on the protection of the amenity of existing and future residents.


32 Campbell Close, Linden Village Tel 01280 814739
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Section 8.48
BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".
Sections 9.26 to 9.32
NE5. Landscape character and locally important landscape
We strongly support and welcome the strict policy of protecting landscape assets, particularly the
designated AALs and LLAs.
Sections 9.51 to 9.52
NE8. Best and most versatile agricultural land
We support the continued policy of protecting the best and most versatile agricultural land in the district.
Sections 9.53 to 9.59
NE9. Trees, hedgerows and woodlands
We strongly support the continued policy of enhancing and expanding the district's tree and woodland
resources, particularly native trees including black poplars.
Sections 10.1 to 10.26

C1. Conversion of rural buildings
We support the policy and strict criteria for the conversion of rural buildings.
Sections 10.27 to 10.50

C2. Equestrian development
We support the policy and criteria for equestrian development.

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