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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 7.4

Representation ID: 997

OBJECT Oxfordshire County Council (John Disley)

Summary:

OCC has concerns that the draft VALP as currently written would be unsound in relation to the provision for supporting transport infrastructure. At this stage, we are not satisfied that:
iv. The impacts of proposed growth in Aylesbury Vale on the highway network within Oxfordshire have been fully assessed, taking account of already planned and proposed growth within Oxfordshire and the infrastructure options being planned to support it;
v. Necessary mitigation measures have been identified and costed; and
vi. Funding will be forthcoming when needed to deliver the infrastructure matched to the proposed growth.

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Representation ID: 452

OBJECT Hampden Fields Action Group (Dr Glynn White)

Summary:

This model is flawed. It is difficult to understand that after the 7 years following the scrapping of the South-East Plan that BCC and AVDC have not produced a fully complaint webTAG model. Aylesbury Vale faces the largest proposed level of housing development and decisions are being taken on a transport strategy that is based on flawed information. It puts the whole VALP into jeopardy from the outset. Previous issues pointed out with the methodology as part of the ATS consultation have not been addressed.

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Representation ID: 377

OBJECT Mr Phil Yerby

Summary:

This model is flawed. It is truly staggering that having had over 7 years since the scrapping of the South East Plan that BCC and AVDC have been unable to produce a fully complaint webTAG model. AV faces the largest quantum of development in its history and decisions are being taken on a transport strategy based on flawed information. It puts the whole plan into jeopardy from the outset.
Previous issues pointed out with the methodology as part of the ATS consultation have not been addressed.

More details about Rep ID: 377

Representation ID: 237

OBJECT Brocksmoor Projects Ltd (Mr Martin Wilkinson)

Summary:

In its technical note the Jacobs Report on Countywide Local Plan modelling (16 August 2017) suggests traffic will avoid the Wendover High Street congestion by using Hale Road and Church lane as a diversionary route. This seems a dangerous assumption to make, the roads are unlit at night and extremely narrow, and totally unsuitable to HGVs. The volume of traffic using it as a 'rat run' would result in an extremely hazardous situation and feel such an assumption is totally unacceptable.

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Representation ID: 236

OBJECT Brocksmoor Projects Ltd (Mr Martin Wilkinson)

Summary:

The Transport Topic Paper states
"3.21 Lastly there are overall reductions in travel time and congestion on the B4009 through Wendover in the DS+mitigation scenario."
This is the only mention of Wendover in the document and there is no mention of what the DS+mitigation actions are to reduce the travel time? The B4009 is the road from Halton into the centre of the village so with 1000 houses going in at Halton - and presumably at least 2000 cars using the roads - this comment is therefore vital in understanding what is planned for - or not.

More details about Rep ID: 236

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