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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 1.18
OBJECT South West Milton Keynes Consortium represented by Carter Jonas - Associate SWMK Consortium (Mr Brian Flynn)
Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (January 2017)
Section ID:3 of the Planning Practice Guidance sets out the methodology for preparing a HELAA. Chapter 2 in the Central Buckinghamshire HELAA Methodology (May 2015) and Chapter 4 of the Aylesbury Vale HELAA (January 2017) set out the methodology used to prepare the HELAA. This broadly complies with the guidance contained in the PPG.
representation relates to: NLV001 (SWMK Phase 1) & NLV020 (SWMK Phase 2)
(Landscape and Visual Technical Note and masterplan attached)
OBJECT Historic England (Mr Martin Small)
no reference to any historic environment evidence in this paragraph or on the Council's supporting evidence webpage, nor is there a Historic Environment Topic Study.
We expect up-to-date and relevant historic environment evidence base and to demonstrate in the Local Plan how that historic evidence base has informed and influenced the Plan's policies and site allocations. However, with no references to any of existing historic environment evidence we cannot be sure that this is the case and therefore have to consider the Plan not to be sound for its apparent failure to be consistent with paragraph 169 of the NPPF.
OBJECT Minton Health Care (Buckingham) Ltd represented by Alder King (Portia Banwell)
Drawing the above points together, it is considered that an accurate picture of the needs of the institutional
population has not being addressed by the HEDNA. At the very least, this figure should stand at 1,670
individuals, although in reality this is likely to be higher. The implications of this shortfall are considered
OBJECT The University of Buckingham represented by Delta Planning (Maria Sheridan)
Consideration has been given to a number of these background documents that form the evidence base to the Local Plan. Objection is raised to the fact that some of these documents contradict each other