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VALP Proposed Submission

1.12

Representation ID: 1082

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: IM Land

Agent: Turley Associates

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation Summary:

On the basis that questions are being raised over whether there is a demonstrable requirement for AVDC ,to plan and deliver for such a significant number of new homes above its own OAN, we consider that the southern authorities should be requested to demonstrate robustly that it has exhausted all opportunities for accommodating development with their own boundaries especially given there is considerable evidence (both our Client's and the Council's own evidence in some cases) to demonstrate that there are additional sites that could be allocated to reduce the quantum of unmet need.

Full text:

Please find attached full representation letter and appendices.

Our Client is actively promoting sites within the other Buckinghamshire Authorities (Wycombe, South Bucks and Chiltern) through the respective Local Plan processes, and consider that the sites being put forward are suitable, available and deliverable within the Plan period and can contribute towards meeting the respective authorities OAN.
On the basis that questions are being raised over whether there is a demonstrable requirement for AVDC ,to plan and deliver for such a significant number of new homes above its own OAN, we consider that the southern authorities should be requested to demonstrate robustly that it has exhausted all opportunities for accommodating development with their own boundaries especially given there is considerable evidence (both our Client's and the Council's own evidence in some cases) to demonstrate that there are additional sites that could be allocated to reduce the quantum of unmet need.
Whilst the South Bucks and Chiltern Joint Local Plan has been delayed, the Wycombe District Local Plan is progressing alongside the same timescales of the Aylesbury Vale District Local Plan. As such it is important that this matter is addressed prior to submission to the Secretary of State in order to ensure that both authorities meet the tests of soundness identified with paragraph 182 of the Framework.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S2 Spatial Strategy for Growth

Representation ID: 2271

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: IM Land

Agent: Turley Associates

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation Summary:

On the basis that questions are being raised over whether there is a demonstrable requirement for AVDC ,to plan and deliver for such a significant number of new homes above its own OAN, we consider that the southern authorities should be requested to demonstrate robustly that it has exhausted all opportunities for accommodating development with their own boundaries especially given there is considerable evidence (both our Client's and the Council's own evidence in some cases) to demonstrate that there are additional sites that could be allocated to reduce the quantum of unmet need.

Full text:

Please find attached full representation letter and appendices.

Our Client is actively promoting sites within the other Buckinghamshire Authorities (Wycombe, South Bucks and Chiltern) through the respective Local Plan processes, and consider that the sites being put forward are suitable, available and deliverable within the Plan period and can contribute towards meeting the respective authorities OAN.
On the basis that questions are being raised over whether there is a demonstrable requirement for AVDC ,to plan and deliver for such a significant number of new homes above its own OAN, we consider that the southern authorities should be requested to demonstrate robustly that it has exhausted all opportunities for accommodating development with their own boundaries especially given there is considerable evidence (both our Client's and the Council's own evidence in some cases) to demonstrate that there are additional sites that could be allocated to reduce the quantum of unmet need.
Whilst the South Bucks and Chiltern Joint Local Plan has been delayed, the Wycombe District Local Plan is progressing alongside the same timescales of the Aylesbury Vale District Local Plan. As such it is important that this matter is addressed prior to submission to the Secretary of State in order to ensure that both authorities meet the tests of soundness identified with paragraph 182 of the Framework.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S3 Settlement hierarchy and cohesive development

Representation ID: 2272

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: IM Land

Agent: Turley Associates

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation Summary:

On the basis that questions are being raised over whether there is a demonstrable requirement for AVDC ,to plan and deliver for such a significant number of new homes above its own OAN, we consider that the southern authorities should be requested to demonstrate robustly that it has exhausted all opportunities for accommodating development with their own boundaries especially given there is considerable evidence (both our Client's and the Council's own evidence in some cases) to demonstrate that there are additional sites that could be allocated to reduce the quantum of unmet need.

Full text:

Please find attached full representation letter and appendices.

Our Client is actively promoting sites within the other Buckinghamshire Authorities (Wycombe, South Bucks and Chiltern) through the respective Local Plan processes, and consider that the sites being put forward are suitable, available and deliverable within the Plan period and can contribute towards meeting the respective authorities OAN.
On the basis that questions are being raised over whether there is a demonstrable requirement for AVDC ,to plan and deliver for such a significant number of new homes above its own OAN, we consider that the southern authorities should be requested to demonstrate robustly that it has exhausted all opportunities for accommodating development with their own boundaries especially given there is considerable evidence (both our Client's and the Council's own evidence in some cases) to demonstrate that there are additional sites that could be allocated to reduce the quantum of unmet need.
Whilst the South Bucks and Chiltern Joint Local Plan has been delayed, the Wycombe District Local Plan is progressing alongside the same timescales of the Aylesbury Vale District Local Plan. As such it is important that this matter is addressed prior to submission to the Secretary of State in order to ensure that both authorities meet the tests of soundness identified with paragraph 182 of the Framework.

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