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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - BE4 Density of new development

Representation ID: 2447

SUPPORT Wendover Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (Mr Jonathan Clover)

Summary:

These policies are welcomed, but given that the RAF Halton site is the main housing
proposed the SG would expect that the Masterplan for the site would take account of
all the local views emerging through the WNP process, and appropriate professional
advice on the design standards, and densities, of the housing on the site whether
conversions or new build.

More details about Rep ID: 2447

Representation ID: 2009

SUPPORT Adstock Parish Council (Ruth Millard)

Summary:

We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".

More details about Rep ID: 2009

Representation ID: 1842

OBJECT Rectory Homes Limited (Mr Tim Northey)

Summary:

he policy lacks any specific detail and contains little for decision makers to assess a proposal against. The NPPF (Paragraph 47) is clear that local planning authorities should set out their own approach to housing density to reflect local circumstances which this policy does not achieve. This policy therefore either needs amending to include more specific guidance or should be deleted as it is not currently in an effective form.

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Representation ID: 1816

OBJECT Wates Developments Ltd. represented by Boyer Planning Ltd (Jonathan Liberman)

Summary:

Although we support the fact that the Policy is not prescriptive , the requirement for the density to reflect those of the surrounding is overly restrictive. We recommend that the wording should be changed to 'consider' their surroundings.

More details about Rep ID: 1816

Representation ID: 1373

SUPPORT Weedon Parish Council (Ruth Millard)

Summary:

BE4. Density of new development
We support the proposed policy on the density of new developments. It makes absolute sense to have
higher density areas in the centres of sites, particularly as this can help to prevent the worst of "urban
sprawl".

More details about Rep ID: 1373

Representation ID: 1340

OBJECT Gleeson Strategic Land represented by Nexus Planning Ltd (Mr Steven Doel)

Summary:

Object, BE4:

That higher density on the edge of the South West Aylesbury site is acceptable and that the policy should be amended to reflect that.

More details about Rep ID: 1340

Representation ID: 1185

OBJECT Lands Improvement Holdings Plc represented by Indigo Planning Limited (Mr Michael Wood)

Summary:

Paragraph 8.48 is the supporting text to policy BE4 and confirms that government policy is to
make best use of what land is available, and central to Policy BE4 is the need to use land
efficiently. This is not reflected in the policy as drafted. This central objective should be
reflected in the drafting of the policy.

More details about Rep ID: 1185

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