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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - T5 Vehicle Parking

Representation ID: 2441

OBJECT Wendover Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (Mr Jonathan Clover)

Summary:

The SG is aware, through public comment, of the concern that adequate car parking
provision is provided at all developments and will be looking to contribute to the
refining of this policy.

More details about Rep ID: 2441

Representation ID: 2407

OBJECT Wendover Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (Mr Jonathan Clover)

Summary:

Transport issues have been raised in many responses. Parking is considered
a vital local issue for the Town centre businesses and we do not feel that this
has been adequately addressed; in terms of the existing network, the impact
of the new proposed homes will impose too great a strain, without a range of
highway improvements and safety measures, as well as provision for
enhanced public transport (range and availability of bus services) and trains
(capacity).

More details about Rep ID: 2407

Representation ID: 1979

OBJECT Persimmon Homes Midlands represented by Bidwells (Mr Robert Love)

Summary:

We consider that the reference to the requirements set out under the policies is too prescriptive. It is not
appropriate to set out SPD elements of the policies that will have a direct role in the determination of
planning applications. This includes matters relating to the minimum internal size of a garage and the level
of parking (Policy T5) and the number of electric charging points required (Policy T7). We have concern
that it is impossible to consider the impact of Policies T5 and T7 on viability without these details.

More details about Rep ID: 1979

Representation ID: 1962

OBJECT Careys New Homes represented by Bidwells (Mr Robert Love)

Summary:

We consider that the reference to the requirements set out under the policies is too prescriptive. It is not
appropriate to set out SPD elements of the policies that will have a direct role in the determination of
planning applications. This includes matters relating to the minimum internal size of a garage and the level
of parking (Policy T5) and the number of electric charging points required (Policy T7). We have concern
that it is impossible to consider the impact of Policies T5 and T7 on viability without details.

More details about Rep ID: 1962

Representation ID: 1921

OBJECT Home Builders Federation Ltd (Mr Mark Behrendt)

Summary:

we do not consider it appropriate to set out in SPD elements of a policy (namely the number of charging points, the minimum internal size of a garage and the level of parking) that will have a direct role in the determination of planning application. As such they must be set out in policy and open for debate at the Examination in Public. Without these details it is impossible to consider the impact of these policies on viability, whether they are justified and ultimately whether they will be effective.

More details about Rep ID: 1921

Representation ID: 1841

OBJECT Rectory Homes Limited (Mr Tim Northey)

Summary:

The policy seeks to provide guidance on parking provision within new developments, although it defers detail of parking standards to a yet to be produced design SPD. This detail should be contained within the policy as without it, it is not possible to judge the effectiveness of the policy. Furthermore, the policy also states that garages, integral garages and car ports will not be included within the allocation of parking spaces unless they meet a minimum internal size as set out in the design SPD. the minimum should be specified in the policy

More details about Rep ID: 1841

Representation ID: 1688

OBJECT Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service (Mr Staurt Gowanlock)

Summary:

We are supportive of the policy in general and, in particular, design requirements that discourage anti-social parking on streets as we have many examples of inadequate parking facilities on new estates leading to parked vehicles obstructing access to premises and hydrants when responding to emergency calls. We recommend that the policy at T5a, on levels of parking provision, also require that this be sufficient to facilitate unobstructed access to all parts of residential developments by fire appliances and other emergency services vehicles and to firefighting infrastructure such as fire hydrants.

More details about Rep ID: 1688

Representation ID: 1439

OBJECT Hertfordshire County Council (Mr Lewis Claridge)

Summary:

The proposed policy T5 suggests a generous provision for car parking for new residential development. Much of the proposed development is urban extension, some distance from public transport interchanges and proposed to be served by new road networks that would connect to main routes e.g. A41 and A418. Even with improved provision for walking, cycling and public transport, high levels of car use and demand are still likely. This does not seem to be consistent with other stated policies e.g. S1 and T1 and the objectives of the Local Plan.

More details about Rep ID: 1439

Representation ID: 635

OBJECT J & J Design (Mr John Shephard)

Summary:

The NPPF (paragraph 174) advises that local planning authorities should set out their policy on local standards in the Local Plan.

More details about Rep ID: 635

Representation ID: 626

SUPPORT Mr David Child

Summary:

the availability of public transport should not included temporarily subsidized transport that is usually supported by S106 funding

More details about Rep ID: 626

Representation ID: 518

SUPPORT Mrs Roz Green

Summary:

Wendover has been trying to resolve a long standing parking problem for many years. The current difficulties need to be resolved before any future development is undertaken.

It is imperative that any future development in the area makes parking a priority.

More details about Rep ID: 518

Representation ID: 512

SUPPORT Mrs Nicky Gregory

Summary:

Wendover currently has a critical parking problem which needs to be resolved now. Any future development must make parking an essential part of any infrastructure plan.

More details about Rep ID: 512

Representation ID: 443

OBJECT AOTRA (Mr Adrian Harford)

Summary:

Parking provision limitations within the Inner Relief Road according to Policy AY21 of the 2004 Local Plan are needed

More details about Rep ID: 443

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