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MM013

Representation ID: 2747

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Representation Summary:

The Waddesdon Estate / National Trust strongly support for the protection of the separate identities of Stone, Hartwell and Waddesdon Villages from the outward spread of new housing and employment development from Aylesbury Town.

Full text:

The Waddesdon Estate / National Trust strongly support for the protection of the separate identities of Stone, Hartwell and Waddesdon Villages from the outward spread of new housing and employment development from Aylesbury Town.

Object

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MM041

Representation ID: 2750

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Representation Summary:

Negative impact on Hartwell House Estate as a consequence of housing proposal D-AGT2

Change suggested by respondent:

D-AGT2: South West Aylesbury (AGT2) should be amended to delete housing at its western extent so that it is not visible from the A418 in either direction.

Full text:

Hartwell House Estates / National Trust consider that the proposals would have a negative impact on the setting of Hartwell House Registered Park and Gardens and Hartwell Conservation Area located to the north and north west of the A418 Oxford Road. The proposed housing allocation is not based on a detailed Heritage Statement for Aylesbury Town which has informed the emergent local plan process. This is contrary to Historic England advice set out 'The Historic Environment in Local Plans -Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning: 1' and The Setting of Heritage Assets - Good Practice Advice in Planning Note 3'.

Support

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MM012

Representation ID: 2751

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Representation Summary:

Support for the proposed allocation of 54 dwellings at Stone / Hartwell comprising 28 completions and 26 allocations. On this basis, the Waddesdon Estate / National Trust would not expect to see any further housing development coming forward within or on the edge of this settlement within the period 2013 to 2033.

Full text:

Support for the proposed allocation of 54 dwellings at Stone / Hartwell comprising 28 completions and 26 allocations. On this basis, the Waddesdon Estate / National Trust would not expect to see any further housing development coming forward within or on the edge of this settlement within the period 2013 to 2033.

Support

VALP Main Modifications

MM191

Representation ID: 2752

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Representation Summary:

The Waddesdon Estate / National Trust remain broadly in support of the Council's amended policy relating to 'tourism', subject to AVDC adopting a positive approach to these 'key' providers complex organisation needs within the countryside.

Full text:

The Waddesdon Estate / National Trust remain broadly in support of the Council's amended policy relating to 'tourism', subject to AVDC adopting a positive approach to these 'key' providers complex organisation needs within the countryside.

Support

VALP Main Modifications

MM220

Representation ID: 2753

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Representation Summary:

For this reason, Hartwell House Estate / National Trust consider that it is important that housing allocation AGT2 makes reference to the need to protect the historic environment given that it is located immediately to the south of Hartwell House Registered Park and Gardens and Hartwell Conservation Area. Whilst the impact on the Registered Park and Gardens and Conservation Area may be deemed less than substantial, it is considered that this remains a significant material consideration in terms of the allocation of new housing south of the A418.

Full text:

For this reason, Hartwell House Estate / National Trust consider that it is important that housing allocation AGT2 makes reference to the need to protect the historic environment given that it is located immediately to the south of Hartwell House Registered Park and Gardens and Hartwell Conservation Area. Whilst the impact on the Registered Park and Gardens and Conservation Area may be deemed less than substantial, it is considered that this remains a significant material consideration in terms of the allocation of new housing south of the A418.

Object

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MM221

Representation ID: 2754

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Representation Summary:

The Waddesdon Estate / National Trust consider that even where a proposal results in 'less than substantial harm' (NPPF Para 196) there should be a requirement for the developer to provide a detailed heritage impact assessment given that this harm is significant in material planning terms which might not be outweighed by the public benefit.

Change suggested by respondent:

Amend Policy BE1 Heritage Assets to require development proposals that cause less than substantial harm to provide a heritage assessment.

Full text:

The Waddesdon Estate / National Trust consider that even where a proposal results in 'less than substantial harm' (NPPF Para 196) there should be a requirement for the developer to provide a detailed heritage impact assessment given that this harm is significant in material planning terms which might not be outweighed by the public benefit.

Object

VALP Main Modifications

MM234

Representation ID: 2769

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Representation Summary:

Hartwell House Estate considers that the deletion of criteria (a) which requires new development to 'be grouped where possible with existing buildings' will lead to further pressure for new development within the Area of Attractive Landscape outside of the village settlements within the open countryside.

Change suggested by respondent:

Reinstated of Policy NE5; Criteria 'a) be grouped where possible with existing buildings'

Full text:

Hartwell House Estate considers that the deletion of criteria (a) which requires new development to 'be grouped where possible with existing buildings' will lead to further pressure for new development within the Area of Attractive Landscape outside of the village settlements within the open countryside.

Object

VALP Main Modifications

MM260

Representation ID: 2770

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Legally compliant? No

Sound? No

Representation Summary:

The Waddesdon Estate / National Trust consider that an additional policy criteria should be added which takes into account the impact of any new proposals for Green Infrastructure on the historic environment (to be consistent with Sport and Recreation Policy)

Change suggested by respondent:

Add a new policy criteria which relates to the impact of Green Infrastructure proposals on the historic environment

Full text:

The Waddesdon Estate / National Trust consider that an additional policy criteria should be added which takes into account the impact of any new proposals for Green Infrastructure on the historic environment (to be consistent with Sport and Recreation Policy)

Support

VALP Main Modifications

MM012

Representation ID: 2783

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Representation Summary:

Support for the proposed allocation of 54 dwellings at Stone / Hartwell comprising 28 completions and 26 allocations. On this basis, the Hartwell House Estate / National Trust would not expect to see any further housing development coming forward within or on the edge of this settlement within the period 2013 to 2033.

Full text:

Support for the proposed allocation of 54 dwellings at Stone / Hartwell comprising 28 completions and 26 allocations. On this basis, the Hartwell House Estate / National Trust would not expect to see any further housing development coming forward within or on the edge of this settlement within the period 2013 to 2033.

Support

VALP Main Modifications

MM013

Representation ID: 2784

Received: 03/12/2019

Respondent: National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House

Representation Summary:

Hartwell House Estate / National Trust strongly supports the protection of the separate identifies of Stone, Hartwell and Waddesdon Villages from the outward spread of new housing and employment development from Aylesbury Town.

Full text:

Hartwell House Estate / National Trust strongly supports the protection of the separate identifies of Stone, Hartwell and Waddesdon Villages from the outward spread of new housing and employment development from Aylesbury Town.

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