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VALP Main Modifications

MM076

Representation ID: 3353

Received: 17/12/2019

Respondent: North Bucks Parishes Planning Consortium

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Representation Summary:

3 sites were initially under consideration. AVDC's proposed modifications registered on the website in July 2019. NBPPC notes that the evidence base at that time did not include those most important Assessments for Sustainability and Transport for any of the three sites. Should a decision only be made when all the necessary evidence is available. The inspector is urged to arrange a hearing sessions so this matter is properly aired in public. (officer summary)

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VALP Main Modifications

MM083

Representation ID: 3355

Received: 17/12/2019

Respondent: North Bucks Parishes Planning Consortium

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Representation Summary:

It is unacceptable for a key element of a made Neighbourhood Plan, previously supported and approved by our LPA, to be removed without consultation with Buckingham Town Council. It is strongly contended that the new modelling of traffic congestion is highly selective and does not consider whether similar unacceptable congestion would be created by other allocated sites that remain. This does not justify the removal of this site alone from VALP.
This issue must be considered at a hearing session (officer summary).

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VALP Main Modifications

MM074

Representation ID: 3360

Received: 17/12/2019

Respondent: North Bucks Parishes Planning Consortium

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Representation Summary:

The Salden Chase application for 1,855 homes was refused by Milton Keynes Council's Development Control (Planning) Committee on 7th November 2019. This decision post-dated the commencement of this public consultation process.
The Consortium's understanding is that the most likely course of action will be for the applicant to appeal this decision and it is inevitable that it will be May 2020 at the earliest that the Appeal decision will be made public.
NBPPC therefore questions whether, with currently nearly 2,000 homes of the district's total of 28,600 (excluding buffer) not assured, VALP is therefore unsound and cannot proceed to adoption until this issue is resolved?

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VALP Main Modifications

MM296

Representation ID: 3368

Received: 17/12/2019

Respondent: North Bucks Parishes Planning Consortium

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Representation Summary:

NBPPC does not understand why the following 4 district-wide 'key infrastructure requirements and other standards' SPDs:
Affordable Housing (SPD4),
District Design Guidance (including Garden Town) (SPD 5),
Bio/Geodiversity (SPD 6) &
Sport, Leisure & Community Facilities (SPD 7)
are not, for completeness and clarity, 'set out in the Plan'.
In particular waiting a protracted length of time for the affordable housing SPD when the current one dates back to 2007 is far from satisfactory. (officer summary)

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VALP Main Modifications

MM115

Representation ID: 3375

Received: 17/12/2019

Respondent: North Bucks Parishes Planning Consortium

Legally compliant? Not specified

Sound? Not specified

Representation Summary:

In conclusion the North Bucks Parishes Planning Consortium trusts, with the very substantial weight of evidence it has provided, proving beyond doubt that the proposed figure of 25% delivery for all tenure types of affordable housing on qualifying sites is very badly flawed and therefore unsound, being a very significant underestimate of true total need, that this vitally important issue will at least be tabled for discussion at a hearing session in 2020 to resolve a fundamental soundness issue and for fairness to all those current and future disadvantaged residents of Aylesbury Vale in genuine need of affordable housing. (officer summary)

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