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VALP Main Modifications

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Representation ID: 3209

Received: 11/12/2019

Respondent: Wycombe District Council

Representation Summary:

The Wycombe District newly adopted Local Plan (2013-2033) sets out that our unmet housing need of 2,275 dwellings will be accommodated in Aylesbury Vale. This was first agreed in a Memorandum of Understanding through the Duty to Co-operate. We note the provision of 2,250 dwellings which was previously identified in policy S2 'Spatial strategy for growth' has been deleted. It is understood that this is still within the total housing requirement of policy PS2 for least 28,600 dwellings, which is also in the supporting text in paragraph 3.13 and Table 1 of VALP. We welcome that the unmet need figure has been corrected from 2,250 to 2,275 dwellings.

Full text:

Dear Sir or Madam,
Response to Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan Main Modifications (2013 - 2033)
Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP) Main Modifications. Wycombe District Council falls within the same Housing Market Area (HMA) and Functional Economic Market Area (FEMA) as Aylesbury Vale, which is the Buckinghamshire HMA and FEMA.
The Wycombe District newly adopted Local Plan (2013-2033) sets out that our unmet housing need of 2,275 dwellings will be accommodated in Aylesbury Vale. This was first agreed in a Memorandum of Understanding through the Duty to Co-operate. We note the provision of 2,250 dwellings which was previously identified in policy S2 'Spatial strategy for growth' has been deleted. It is understood that this is still within the total housing requirement of policy PS2 for least 28,600 dwellings, which is also in the supporting text in paragraph 3.13 and Table 1 of VALP. We welcome that the unmet need figure has been corrected from 2,250 to 2,275 dwellings.
Yours faithfully
Charlotte Morris

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