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VALP Proposed Submission

2.1

Representation ID: 1119

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH)

Agent: Savills Oxford

Representation Summary:

LIH supports the overall vision and objectives for the District as set out in the VALP. In particular LIH supports
the Council's overall vision which is "to secure the economic, social and environmental wellbeing of the people
and businesses in the area".

Full text:

Please see the attached representations to the VALP pre-submission public consultation made on behalf of Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH). This email contains the following attachments:

L 171214 RL Representations to VALP pre-submission
Response forms to the following- Chapter 2; Policy D2; Policy D5; Policy S2; Policy S3; Policy S9.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

2.4

Representation ID: 1512

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH)

Agent: Savills Oxford

Representation Summary:

LIH supports the Spatial Vision that by 2033 Aylesbury Vale will see a sustainable amount and distribution of
growth to meet needs and which will contribute to creating a thriving, diverse, safe, vibrant place to live, work
and visit where all residents enjoy a high quality of life. In particular, providing new housing in sustainable
locations alongside necessary infrastructure to meet housing needs is strongly supported.

Full text:

Please see the attached representations to the VALP pre-submission public consultation made on behalf of Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH). This email contains the following attachments:

L 171214 RL Representations to VALP pre-submission
Response forms to the following- Chapter 2; Policy D2; Policy D5; Policy S2; Policy S3; Policy S9.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

2.6

Representation ID: 1513

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH)

Agent: Savills Oxford

Representation Summary:

Objective 1 (Paragraph 2.6) outlines that provision will be made for balanced sustainable growth which will
deliver new housing and jobs to meet the needs of new and existing residents through a flexible and pro-active
approach to promoting sustainable development which includes a combination of new allocations, protection
of existing sites, redevelopment of previously developed land and a more intensive use or conversion of existing
sites. To ensure a more robust and sound approach in delivering sustainable growth over the plan period, this
objective should make reference to reserve sites at strategic settlements. This matter is discussed throughout
this representation.

Full text:

Please see the attached representations to the VALP pre-submission public consultation made on behalf of Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH). This email contains the following attachments:

L 171214 RL Representations to VALP pre-submission
Response forms to the following- Chapter 2; Policy D2; Policy D5; Policy S2; Policy S3; Policy S9.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

2.6

Representation ID: 1514

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH)

Agent: Savills Oxford

Representation Summary:

The principle of providing for the housing and employment needs of the new and existing population, including
unmet needs from elsewhere if reasonable and sustainable is supported, as per Objective 2 (Paragraph 2.6).
This objective is consistent with the relevant provisions of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).

Full text:

Please see the attached representations to the VALP pre-submission public consultation made on behalf of Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH). This email contains the following attachments:

L 171214 RL Representations to VALP pre-submission
Response forms to the following- Chapter 2; Policy D2; Policy D5; Policy S2; Policy S3; Policy S9.

Support

VALP Proposed Submission

2.6

Representation ID: 1515

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH)

Agent: Savills Oxford

Representation Summary:

Objective 4 is supported. After growth at Aylesbury, the VALP directs growth to the other strategic settlements
including Buckingham, Haddenham, Winslow and Wendover.

Full text:

Please see the attached representations to the VALP pre-submission public consultation made on behalf of Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH). This email contains the following attachments:

L 171214 RL Representations to VALP pre-submission
Response forms to the following- Chapter 2; Policy D2; Policy D5; Policy S2; Policy S3; Policy S9.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S2 Spatial Strategy for Growth

Representation ID: 1516

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH)

Agent: Savills Oxford

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? No

Representation Summary:

*Failure in its Duty to Cooperate
*It does not full take account of the unmet housing needs within the Housing Market Area
*Does not plan for the expected increase in OAN over the plan period
*Fragile Housing Land Supply Position
*Plan does not take account of the Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Oxford Express Way

remains a known OAN from Luton, alongside an unknown but foreseeable
further OAN from London, and Chiltern & South Bucks. If the Council continues with this approach, there are
significant risks regarding Duty to Co-operate as well as compliance with national policy for identifying and
meeting OAN

Full text:

Please see the attached representations to the VALP pre-submission public consultation made on behalf of Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH). This email contains the following attachments:

L 171214 RL Representations to VALP pre-submission
Response forms to the following- Chapter 2; Policy D2; Policy D5; Policy S2; Policy S3; Policy S9.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S2 Spatial Strategy for Growth

Representation ID: 1517

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH)

Agent: Savills Oxford

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

LIH objects to the low level of growth proposed at Haddenham. The settlement has capacity to accommodate
significantly more development (both residential and employment). This would have the effect of directing
growth away from the lower order/less sustainable villages in the District. This approach underpins plan making
as set out in the NPPF. Indeed, the NPPF states at paragraph 151

Full text:

Please see the attached representations to the VALP pre-submission public consultation made on behalf of Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH). This email contains the following attachments:

L 171214 RL Representations to VALP pre-submission
Response forms to the following- Chapter 2; Policy D2; Policy D5; Policy S2; Policy S3; Policy S9.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S3 Settlement hierarchy and cohesive development

Representation ID: 1518

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH)

Agent: Savills Oxford

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Whilst LIH supports the settlement hierarchy set out in the plan/Policy S3 and Table 2 of the VALP, policy S3,
in part, duplicates policy S2. It is confusing in that the policy goes on to seek control over development in the
open countryside and should be re-titled as such.
As currently drafted the policy is not justified or effective.

Full text:

Please see the attached representations to the VALP pre-submission public consultation made on behalf of Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH). This email contains the following attachments:

L 171214 RL Representations to VALP pre-submission
Response forms to the following- Chapter 2; Policy D2; Policy D5; Policy S2; Policy S3; Policy S9.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

S9 Monitoring and review

Representation ID: 1519

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH)

Agent: Savills Oxford

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

LIH has set out above the need to take on board a number of strategic issues in the VALP rather than rely on
an early review. The evidence is clear now that such a review will be required. As has been demonstrated at
other local plan examinations, where there is such clear evidence of strategic issues and/or deficiencies these
should be taken in to account within the emerging plan and not 'kicked along the road' for some date in the
future.

Full text:

Please see the attached representations to the VALP pre-submission public consultation made on behalf of Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH). This email contains the following attachments:

L 171214 RL Representations to VALP pre-submission
Response forms to the following- Chapter 2; Policy D2; Policy D5; Policy S2; Policy S3; Policy S9.

Object

VALP Proposed Submission

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

Representation ID: 1521

Received: 14/12/2017

Respondent: Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH)

Agent: Savills Oxford

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Duty to co-operate? Not specified

Representation Summary:

Policy D2 is a restrictive policy that is not in accordance with the permissive approach set out in the NPPF.

Full text:

Please see the attached representations to the VALP pre-submission public consultation made on behalf of Lands Improvement Holdings (LIH). This email contains the following attachments:

L 171214 RL Representations to VALP pre-submission
Response forms to the following- Chapter 2; Policy D2; Policy D5; Policy S2; Policy S3; Policy S9.

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