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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 1.19
OBJECT FCC Environment represented by Sirius Yorkshire (Joanna Berlyn)
It is questioned whether any 'further detailed work' was undertaken in order to consider the options associated with a greater dispersal of growth; options which would be supported by policy set out in the NPPF and thus should have been considered 'reasonable alternatives' warranting further examination. Whilst it is stated that a dispersed growth strategy will be considered in further detail for potential to be a 'reasonable alternative', it appears that this further analysis was not undertaken and consideration was not given to the strategic context of enabling development at smaller villages to facilitate and enhance sustainable communities.
OBJECT South West Milton Keynes Consortium represented by Carter Jonas - Associate SWMK Consortium (Mr Brian Flynn)
The SA should reassess NLV001 in combination with NLV020 with specific reference to the planning application for SWMK Phase 1 and the emerging evidence base reports for SWMK Phase 2 that accompany the Consortium's representations.
OBJECT GRE Assets represented by Lichfields (Mr. Myles Smith)
The assessment and reasonable alternatives set out in the SA Technical Annex for Aston Clinton in support of the SA , is underpinned by a point in time assessment of need s, does not consider how population and new development within the district (including the provision of new schools) may affect the District needs and provision, and does not consider a smaller scale growth alternative for Aston Clinton. As such, the VALPs proposed spatial strategy, set out in Policy S2 has not been informed by robust evidence or an objective view on the reasonable alternatives, and is therefore not justified.