Aylesbury Vale Area

VALP Proposed Submission

Search Representations

Results for Pitstone Parish Charity and the Hawkins family search

New search New search

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

Pitstone

Representation ID: 1105

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Pitstone Parish Charity and the Hawkins family

Agent: Bidwells

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

The VALP Policies Map for Pitstone has omitted a commitment in the "made" Pitstone NP namely site No2 Farriers Corner at the junction of Marsworth Road and Vicarage Road shown on the NP Policies Map our clients would be grateful if this omission were corrected as they object to the omission.

Full text:

THE VALE OF AYLESBURY LOCAL PLAN 2013 TO 2033 - PROPOSED SUBMISSION NOVEMBER 2017
We act on behalf of landowners who have interests in the policy allocation PIT001.
The land is jointly owned by the Pitstone Parish Charity and the Hawkins family who both support the residential allocation of this site.
The land was identified as a housing allocation in Aylesbury Vale District Local Plan January 2004 and is an existing commitment both within the Local Plan and Neighbourhood Plan.
The landowners joined together to offer the site in the market and terms have been agreed, which are subject to and conditional upon the grant of planning permission.
The applicants have fully engaged in public consultation and pre-application meetings with Council officers. Planning applications have been submitted which complied with the Development Plan policies. Separate applications were submitted for residential, a nursery and a pub. The nursery and pub planning applications have been granted, but the delivery of the site is contingent upon residential permission.
The landowners and Nicholas King Homes, the prospective purchasers, support the VALP allocation and expect an early delivery of 74 units.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

D2 Proposals for non-allocated sites at strategic settlements, larger villages and medium villages

Representation ID: 2046

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Pitstone Parish Charity and the Hawkins family

Agent: Bidwells

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

We act on behalf of landowners who have interests in the policy allocation PIT001.
The land is jointly owned by the Pitstone Parish Charity and the Hawkins family who both support the residential allocation of this site.

Full text:

THE VALE OF AYLESBURY LOCAL PLAN 2013 TO 2033 - PROPOSED SUBMISSION NOVEMBER 2017
We act on behalf of landowners who have interests in the policy allocation PIT001.
The land is jointly owned by the Pitstone Parish Charity and the Hawkins family who both support the residential allocation of this site.
The land was identified as a housing allocation in Aylesbury Vale District Local Plan January 2004 and is an existing commitment both within the Local Plan and Neighbourhood Plan.
The landowners joined together to offer the site in the market and terms have been agreed, which are subject to and conditional upon the grant of planning permission.
The applicants have fully engaged in public consultation and pre-application meetings with Council officers. Planning applications have been submitted which complied with the Development Plan policies. Separate applications were submitted for residential, a nursery and a pub. The nursery and pub planning applications have been granted, but the delivery of the site is contingent upon residential permission.
The landowners and Nicholas King Homes, the prospective purchasers, support the VALP allocation and expect an early delivery of 74 units.

If you are having trouble using the system, please try our help guide.