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Sustainability Appraisal Report Addendum to the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (October 2019)

Representation ID: 2745

Received: 18/11/2019

Respondent: Alan Caldwell Associates Ltd

Agent: Miss Shontelle Williams

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Representation Summary:

Paragraph 1.1.4 (d) acknowledges the perceived imbalance between proposed development in the north and south of the district but the approach taken by SA to continue to support growth in and around Milton Keynes, which is in the north of the district, fails to address the development pressures in the South around Wendover, which is impacted by London housing market.

Change suggested by respondent:

D) agreeing with the Inspector that there is a need to redress the perceived imbalance
between proposed development in the north and south of the district by increasing allocations in the south of the District.

Full text:

Paragraph 1.1.4 (d) acknowledges the perceived imbalance between proposed development in the north and south of the district but the approach taken by SA to continue to support growth in and around Milton Keynes, which is in the north of the district, fails to address the development pressures in the South around Wendover, which is impacted by London housing market.

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Representation ID: 2746

Received: 18/11/2019

Respondent: Alan Caldwell Associates Ltd

Agent: Miss Shontelle Williams

Legally compliant? Yes

Sound? No

Representation Summary:

The Allocation at Wendover is woefully inadequate and consideration should be given to further allocation around Wendover to address the specific needs of the town, while also creating a sustainable spatial development pattern for the southern part of the District.

Change suggested by respondent:

The District will consider the safeguarding additional area to the north of Wendover to ensure a sustainable spatial pattern of development can be developed, if required.

Full text:

The Allocation at Wendover is woefully inadequate and consideration should be given to further allocation around Wendover to address the specific needs of the town, while also creating a sustainable spatial development pattern for the southern part of the District.

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