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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 3.3

Representation ID: 2711

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Roger & Reidunn Green

Summary:

The resulting increase in number of cars will aggravate yet further the already badly overloaded traffic system.
The proposed plan does not adequately address the inevitable increase in volume of traffic not prevent coalescence of communities. It is poorly prepared and completely ineffective.

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Representation ID: 2659

OBJECT Mr Peter Hoare

Summary:

3.3 does not provide effective solutions or is totally inadequate for the development proposals.

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Representation ID: 2350

OBJECT Mr Andrew Smith

Summary:

Recent planning applications for housing in and around Weston Turville for example, have resulted in developments advertising houses for sale in the £600,000 to £850,000 range. These are clustered around the village resulting in what will be the merging of the village into a greater Aylesbury. Local roads are becoming even more congested and our children are now in a position where it is hardly possible for them to consider buying a property in the village. As a consequence, local businesses cannot recruit the young people they require because they cannot afford the salaries necessary to live locally.

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Representation ID: 1855

OBJECT Ms Maureen Simmons

Summary:

Allowing too many houses to be built in too small an area will lead to even more traffic problems in Aylesbury; also health issues caused by an increase in air pollution. This situation will lead to a reduced quality of life for all inhabitants and considerably reduce the town's attractiveness for inward investment by businesses. This will downgrade the town's economic base. Allowing too many houses to be built in too small an area is contrary to the principles of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).

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Representation ID: 1334

OBJECT Aylesbury Society (Mr Keith Robinson)

Summary:

Should include reference to social facilities such as community centres, church halls, public houses, cafes etc.

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Representation ID: 1245

OBJECT Sarah Way

Summary:

Placing too many houses in too small an area will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic stagnation. The traffic situation in Aylesbury is dire at best. Every day there are queues of traffic to get into Aylesbury, both in the morning and the evening. It only takes one car to break down, anywhere within Aylesbury and it leads to complete gridlock, EVERYWHERE. Aylesbury Vale cannot even contemplate building more houses with building new roads FIRST. Some of the roads are aspirational, basically they will never happen! This is neither a Justified nor an Effective strategy.

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Representation ID: 1235

OBJECT NHS (Helen Delaitre)

Summary:

In the majority of cases, primary care services are already operating under extreme pressure and physical constraints, such as the lack of space hampers the delivery of additional services. Delivery of this Local Plan will put significant pressure on the existing primary care infrastructure however, the CCGs (including Milton Keynes) welcome the opportunity to work with AVDC to determine more detailed health infrastructure requirements as part of developing the Infrastructure Delivery Plan

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Representation ID: 1069

OBJECT Ether Solutions (Mr David Martin)

Summary:

Placing too many houses in close proximity to Aylesbury centre will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic misery for everyone.

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Representation ID: 1062

OBJECT Melvyn Gibbons

Summary:

Building too many houses in too small an area will undoubtedly lead to further traffic problems and will present more problems for the town centre leading to economic stagnation.

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Representation ID: 1039

OBJECT Unknown (Mr Paul Pelling)

Summary:

the quantity of properties being proposed is too much for the corresponding areas. This will add considerable traffic congestion to the local area(s). Aylesbury is already both suffering from lack of infrastructure and is extremely problematical when travelling in and out of the region. Adding these developments, on the scales proposed, will only lead to further congestion that will become deterrents to both employees and employers based or basing themselves within the area. This will then have a negative impact on the local economy.

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Representation ID: 1037

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Peter & Jane Chilman

Summary:

The plan to build so many houses squeezed in around Aylesbury will lead to major traffic issues which will ultimately affect the local economy. This is not an effective strategy and cannot be justified.

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Representation ID: 1032

OBJECT W K Boxhall

Summary:

Traffic problems within Aylesbury continue to increase and building more houses in this area will escalate them even more so

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Representation ID: 1029

OBJECT Mrs Jane Chilman

Summary:

The plan to build so many houses squeezed in around Aylesbury will lead to major traffic issues which will ultimately affect the local economy. This is not an effective strategy and cannot be justified.

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Representation ID: 1026

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

Summary:

Any development should only go ahead if it is sustainable. We wonder how in 2008 we were advised that central government had dictated that we must build 10,000 extra houses in the Aylesbury area and in less than ten years this requirement has increased to 27,000 extra houses. We ask where are the jobs coming from, where are the schools, hospitals, doctor's surgeries and other services? Such enormous growth cannot be sustainable without vital services. We hear in the press how the existing services are stretched. We also are concerned about traffic problems. Where is the essential ring road?

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Representation ID: 1016

OBJECT Mr A.P. Smart

Summary:

Building more houses will not make the Vale area more prosperous and a better place to live. Cramming ever more houses into an area that already suffers from traffic issues will not bring growth. I am already making day-to-day choices about whether it is worth going into Aylesbury because of the traffic. More houses will make this worse. This extra housing does not offer any solution, only further worsening of current problems. This is not an effective strategy. The transport problems have to solved first. It is not adequate to hope that somehow more building will eventually solve the problem.

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Representation ID: 993

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Chris & Shirley Bull

Summary:

so much development around Aylesbury that it will double in size. More development is currently being promoted for Aylesbury than for either Birmingham or Bristol. Placing too many houses in too small an area will ultimately cause so many traffic problems that economic stagnation will result. It is neither sustainable nor effective to plan to build two-thirds of the 27,000 new homes proposed in the Aylesbury Vale District in and around Aylesbury itself. More new homes should be built in the other identified growth areas, and also at Halton after 2022 when the RAF will vacate its base.

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Representation ID: 991

OBJECT Mr & Mrs John & Christine Raines

Summary:

The positioning of 1,000+ houses in the Hamden Fields area alone is going to create havoc for all of the Vale of Aylesbury and
is short sighted in the extreme. We know from the congestion currently experienced this will result in more gridlock - so how will the public get to work,
schools, hospitals etc - is there a plan we don't know about for this because I am extremely concerned about this.

More details about Rep ID: 991

Representation ID: 784

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Liam & Catherine Hyland

Summary:

The intention to accommodate such a large number of houses in a relatively small geography will inevitably lead to significant traffic congestion. The backlog of traffic in peak periods is already causing issues and if VALP goes ahead in its current form the impact on the local economy could prove stifling.

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Representation ID: 743

OBJECT Mr R Horton

Summary:

To plan the majority of Development into one small area South of Aylesbury is madness. The current Road Infrastructure cannot cope now with the volume traffic. What will happen when an extra 6,000 to 12,000 vehicle are using these roads.

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Representation ID: 547

SUPPORT The Buckingham Society (Carolyn Cumming)

Summary:

the objectives as set out in Policy S1 do not relate to BUC043 or MMO006. BUC043 is a site that has already been rejected at appeal.
b) these sites will not MINIMISE the need for travel

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Representation ID: 473

OBJECT Mr Damian Campbell

Summary:

There are too many houses in too small an area of development but which constricts flow and will ultimately lead to more traffic problems. Surely the economic growth hoped for will be suffocated. This is not an Effective strategy, nor is it justified.

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Representation ID: 456

OBJECT Mr David Locke

Summary:

Placing 16,000 houses in a relatively small area with an incomplete and partly 'aspirational' road
network will only lead to congestion and stagnation. If the traffic situation is bad, people will simply
not want to live in Aylesbury, work in Aylesbury or shop in Aylesbury.

More details about Rep ID: 456

Representation ID: 423

OBJECT Hampden Fields Action Group (Dr Glynn White)

Summary:

The placement of too many houses in too small an area will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic stagnation. This policy can be neither justified nor an effective strategy

More details about Rep ID: 423

Representation ID: 349

OBJECT Mr Phil Yerby

Summary:

The placement of too many houses in too small an area will ultimately lead to traffic problems that will lead to economic stagnation.

More details about Rep ID: 349

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