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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 1.12

Representation ID: 2673

OBJECT Barwood LaSalle Land Limited Partnership represented by WYG (Mr Keith Fenwick)

Summary:

Paragraphs 1.9 to 1.12 outline the Council's actions in respect of the Duty to Cooperate with neighbouring authorities. Despite the allocation included within the Proposed Submission Plan at South West Milton Keynes, which immediately adjoins the administrative boundary with Milton Keynes, there are no details contained within the plan relating to the activities and discussions undertaken between Aylesbury Vale and Milton Keynes Councils. It is also noted that the Proposed Submission Plan: MK refers to the preparation of a Memorandum of Understanding with Aylesbury Vale, but there is no mention of this within this Proposed Submission Plan.

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Representation ID: 2277

OBJECT South West Milton Keynes Consortium represented by Carter Jonas - Associate SWMK Consortium (Mr Brian Flynn)

Summary:

PSVALP should address the role of Milton Keynes Council through the DtC process for the strategic cross boundary matters of housing and transport and we request that further information is provided to demonstrate this. The suggested MoU/Statement of Common Ground may address this.

PSVALP should explain the extent of cooperation with Milton Keynes on housing, economic and transport infrastructure matters.

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Representation ID: 1234

OBJECT Unknown (Mr Neil Smith)

Summary:

I note the careful language in the MOU, accompanying the above numbers. It states that

"The Councils agreed that the housing need within the HMA would first fall to be met within each plan area based on the needs of each individual plan area, but if that was proven to be impossible then the resultant need would be met elsewhere within the 'best fit' HMA where it was reasonable to do so and was consistent with achieving sustainable development.

The phrase "proven to be impossible" is not a figure of speech. it implies that proof (not just evidence) is demonstrated

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Representation ID: 1217

OBJECT Barwood Development Securities Limited represented by WYG (Mr Keith Fenwick)

Summary:

Paragraphs 1.9 to 1.12 outline the Council's actions in respect of the Duty to Cooperate with neighbouring authorities. Despite the allocation included within the Proposed Submission Plan at South West Milton Keynes, which immediately adjoins the administrative boundary with Milton Keynes, there are no details contained within the plan relating to the activities and discussions undertaken between Aylesbury Vale and Milton Keynes Councils. It is also noted that the Proposed Submission Plan: MK refers to the preparation of a Memorandum of Understanding with Aylesbury Vale, but there is no mention of this within this Proposed Submission Plan.

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Representation ID: 1123

OBJECT Halsbury Homes Ltd represented by RPS Planning and Development (Camilla Fisher)

Summary:

The DCLG Consultation Paper introduces transitional arrangements does
not "exempt" authorities from taking these figures into account. An examination of the various
elements comprising the OAN and how realistic these are in relation to Government policy, is still
relevant at the EiP for all those Plans submitted before the 1st April 2018.
The DCLG figure of 30,000 dwellings representing local OAN, is higher than the current draft figure . Is AVDC is content to accept a minimum of 8,000 additional dwellings in addition to
the 30,000 local need - giving an adjusted total of 35,400 dwellings in 2 years time?

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Representation ID: 1082

OBJECT IM Land represented by Turley Associates (Ms. Hannah Bowler)

Summary:

On the basis that questions are being raised over whether there is a demonstrable requirement for AVDC ,to plan and deliver for such a significant number of new homes above its own OAN, we consider that the southern authorities should be requested to demonstrate robustly that it has exhausted all opportunities for accommodating development with their own boundaries especially given there is considerable evidence (both our Client's and the Council's own evidence in some cases) to demonstrate that there are additional sites that could be allocated to reduce the quantum of unmet need.

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Representation ID: 1053

OBJECT Mrs Alina Neagoe

Summary:

The Local Plan for Aylesbury Vale District fails to comply with the Duty to Cooperate Memorandum of
Understanding signed in July 2017. Paragraph 2.1 (d) of this document sets out the conditions under which
the resultant unmet housing need of different Districts would be met elsewhere within the 'best fit'

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Representation ID: 853

SUPPORT Chiltern Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Conservation Board (Dr Lucy Murfett)

Summary:

The Chilterns Conservation Board supports and welcomes the Council's approach of accommodating some unmet needs of the local authorities in southern Buckinghamshire, which are highly constrained by the Chilterns AONB. In this important way, the Council is demonstrating good practice under the Duty to Cooperate, and its Duty of Regard to conserving and enhancing the natural beauty of the AONB under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 (section 85).

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Representation ID: 674

OBJECT Wycombe District Council (Charlotte Morris)

Summary:

We note there is an error within the VALP which
identifies 2,250 dwellings for Wycombe's unmet housing need. We ask that this is corrected
to be that set out in the July 2017 Memorandum of Understanding for 2,275 dwellings.

More details about Rep ID: 674

Representation ID: 613

OBJECT Whaddon Parish Council (Ms Suzanne Lindsey)

Summary:

WPC do not believe that AVDC should automatically be responsible for providing the unmet needs of the Wycombe District Council.

More details about Rep ID: 613

Representation ID: 400

OBJECT Stewkley Parish Council (Dr Gill Morgan)

Summary:

Stewkley Parish Council acknowledges that progress has been made to reduce the unmet housing demand from neighbouring authorities, and asks if more could be achieved? SPC notes and supports comments made by the North Bucks Parishes Planning Consortium that the housing densities in the draft Wycombe local plan are lower than those in the draft VALP, which increases pressure on AVDC to take up Wycombe's unmet housing need.

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Representation ID: 188

OBJECT Mr Tim Jones

Summary:

What logic is being applied to the needs of #South Bucks being addressed in North Bucks? The demographics have no relation. This approach is surely going to create commuter ghost towns and villages and increase the burden on roads and the environment.

More details about Rep ID: 188

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