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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - T3 Supporting transport schemes

Representation ID: 2679

SUPPORT Oxfordshire County Council (John Disley)

Summary:

We also support policy T3 which sets out AVDC's support for the Oxford-Cambridge Expressway, which will open opportunities for growth as outlined in the recent NIC report ,and commits to protecting the scheme route once it is agreed and further information is available. We agree that the implications of the route should be taken into account in an early review of the Plan

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Representation ID: 2639

OBJECT Buckingham Town Council (Councillor Robin Stuchbury)

Summary:

There should be protection afforded to possible routes, which can be lifted as appropriate once a final decision is reached. The allocation of BUC046 may in fact have an impact on the potential route as BTS Figure 7.4 gives an indicative route for a southern A421 by-pass for Buckingham.

It is submitted that it is not sound to adopt a "do nothing approach" in the face of such a major central government infrastructure plan, and that proactive protection should be given to likely areas for the three routes within the district until such time as the route emerges.

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Representation ID: 2626

OBJECT Buckingham Town Council (Mr Christopher Wayman)

Summary:

There should be protection afforded to possible routes, which can be lifted as appropriate once a final decision is reached. The allocation of BUC046 may in fact have an impact on the potential route as BTS Figure 7.4 gives an indicative route for a southern A421 by-pass for Buckingham.

It is submitted that it is not sound to adopt a "do nothing approach" in the face of such a major central government infrastructure plan, and that proactive protection should be given to likely areas for the three routes within the district until such time as the route emerges.

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Representation ID: 2200

OBJECT O&H Properties Ltd. represented by David Lock Associates (Heather Pugh)

Summary:

T3 should be amended to make it clear that the strategic importance of safeguarding and delivering the Expressway overrides proposed allocations, and that in the event that an allocation might encroach on the proposed route, that allocation will be reviewed. Final sentence of T3 to include 'and subsequent local plan review' at the end. A policy should be included to commit to reviewing the distribution of growth to make use of strategic infrastructure.

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Representation ID: 1893

OBJECT Amarillo Ltd & Scandale Ltd represented by Planning Prospects (Mr Chris Dodds)

Summary:

Comment on T3 and para 7.19 - The Oxford Cambridge Expressway is a key infrastructure project of vital importance to the District, and it delivery will impact on the deliverability of growth required in Aylesbury Vale during the VALP period.

The central options represents the preferred option and will bring most benefit to the District as a whole. The central route option should therefore be agreed through the VALP now.

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Representation ID: 732

SUPPORT Whaddon Parish Council (Ms Suzanne Lindsey)

Summary:

Whaddon PC supports this policy. Whilst it is absolutely right to protect the finally chosen route of the Oxford-Cambridge Expressway, it must also be equally important to ensure that any new future major development proposals or sites for new settlements support this new strategic highway route, and are located - if possible - in adjacent areas so that such development can rightly contribute towards the funding of the road, ensuring it's early construction. This sustainable thinking should be written in the plan at this stage, ensuring that it is relevant in any early review of this plan.

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Representation ID: 390

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

Summary:

The Waddesdon Estate, National Trust and Hartwell House strongly object to the Oxford-Cambridge Expressway (southern route) insofar as it may affect there landowning interests and impacts on the historic landscape on the south-west side of Aylesbury Town

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