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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 7.20

Representation ID: 2544

OBJECT Mr and Mrs J.R. and S. Taylor

Summary:

Similar to the above this opens up so much opportunity and should be fully embraced. Surely AVDC should capitalize on this project and the opportunities it will present for transport and housing.

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Representation ID: 2522

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Christine and Dennis Clarke

Summary:

I think that the AVDC should look to make the most of the Oxford - Cambridge railway as I understand they are proposing to build a significant amount of housing and related expansion on this line which will open up opportunities to develop the middle and north areas of Buckinghamshire. This would relieve the necessity to overcompensate development in the Aylesbury area.

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Representation ID: 2512

OBJECT Unknown (Mr Peter Bantham)

Summary:

The government supports this scheme so AVDC need to actively plan to capitalise on the housing and transport opportunities this will bring forward

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Representation ID: 2485

OBJECT Mr Damian Campbell

Summary:

AVDC surely needs to show that it is actively planning to embrace the government backed opportunities for transport, housing and facilities that the expressway will surely allow. At the very least, the total lack of detail here means that VALP is not "Consistent with national policy"

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Representation ID: 2361

OBJECT Mr Andrew Smith

Summary:

As in 3.15, New Settlements. Once again, an opportunity missed to take participate in this key infrastructure development.

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Representation ID: 2265

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Chris & Shirley Bull

Summary:

Government support this scheme so AVDC needs to show that it is actively planning to capitalise on the opportunities for transport, housing and facilities that the scheme will bring forward.

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Representation ID: 2181

OBJECT Michelle Hughes

Summary:

Government support this scheme so AVDC needs to show that it is actively planning to capitalise on the opportunities for transport, housing and facilities that the scheme will bring forward. This is not 'Consistent with national policy'.

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Representation ID: 1800

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Peter & Jane Chilman

Summary:

Please also see my comments under 3.15 New Settlement.
The Government supports this scheme, therefore AVDC needs to capitalise on this opportunity and plan for transport, housing etc. that this scheme will bring forward.

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Representation ID: 1668

OBJECT Mr William Spear

Summary:

Again, another major infrastructure project of which the plan fails to take full advantage.

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Representation ID: 1656

OBJECT Mrs Ann Webbley

Summary:

This is a positive, government-supported scheme, and is evidently important for the future development of Aylesbury Vale, for transport, housing and facilities. As there is no evidence that AVDC is planning to actively capitalise on this, the VALP is not effective, and, insofar as it is not consistent with government policy, it is not justified.

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Representation ID: 1560

OBJECT Barbara White

Summary:

There is no evidence that AVDC is planning to actively capitalise on this scheme. It is surprising that the VALP does not consider the possibility of new settlement along the expressway taking advantage of the transport links it will provide. Building houses, employment facilities and infrastructure in the north of the district would alleviate the desire to cram so many houses to the South of Aylesbury and thus relieve the traffic chaos that the

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Representation ID: 1419

OBJECT Mr Steven Hyams

Summary:

7.20 Oxford - Cambridge Expressway

How are we taking advantage of this? We seem to be largely ignoring the opportunity and operating in isolation.

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Representation ID: 1392

OBJECT Mr Keith Waterman

Summary:

Government support this scheme so AVDC needs to show that it is actively planning to capitalise on the opportunities for transport, housing and facilities that the scheme will bring forward. This is not 'Consistent with national policy'.

More details about Rep ID: 1392

Representation ID: 1328

OBJECT Mrs B Daniel

Summary:

Government support this scheme so AVDC needs to show that it is actively planning to capitalise on the opportunities for transport, housing and facilities that the scheme will bring forward. This is not 'Consistent with national policy'.

More details about Rep ID: 1328

Representation ID: 1315

OBJECT Mr John Day

Summary:

Object, 7.20

7.20 Oxford - Cambridge Expressway
Government support this scheme so AVDC needs to show that it is actively planning to capitalise on the opportunities for transport, housing and facilities that the scheme will bring forward. This is not 'Consistent with national policy'.

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Representation ID: 1292

OBJECT Mrs Pauline Day

Summary:

Object, 7.20

7.20 Oxford - Cambridge Expressway
Government support this scheme so AVDC needs to show that it is actively planning to capitalise on the opportunities for transport, housing and facilities that the scheme will bring forward. This is not 'Consistent with national policy'.

More details about Rep ID: 1292

Representation ID: 962

OBJECT Mr R Horton

Summary:

Not enough commitment shown in the plan to Government supported scheme and failing to capitalise on the opportunities for transport, housing and facilities that the scheme presents.

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Representation ID: 474

OBJECT Hampden Fields Action Group (Dr Glynn White)

Summary:

Even though the final route for the Oxford Cambridge Expressway has not been decided it will have a positive impact on the Vale of Aylesbury. It is a government supported scheme and AVDC should be showing active plans to make the most for transport, housing etc that the expressway will bring forward. The expressway will be built during the time of the VALP (2017 - 2034) and realistic planning for a "New" Town should be considered which would alleviate the traffic issues around Aylesbury.

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Representation ID: 389

OBJECT National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House (Mr Simon Milliken)

Summary:

The Waddesdon Estate; National Trust and Hartwell House strongly object to a southern option via Aylesbury for the Oxford- Cambridge Expressway

More details about Rep ID: 389

Representation ID: 340

OBJECT Mr Chris Webbley

Summary:

The draft here is even weaker than for the E-W Rail. Now that HMG has committed significant weight to developing in this corridor, AVDC needs to show that it is actively planning to capitalise on the opportunities for transport, housing and facilities that the scheme will bring forward. Promising 'an early review' without timescales or scoping the importance of that indicates a lack of vision and energy. As with the original railway and motorway development, Aylesbury could be about to miss out on vital schemes.

More details about Rep ID: 340

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