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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 3.79
OBJECT South West Milton Keynes Consortium represented by Carter Jonas - Associate SWMK Consortium (Mr Brian Flynn)
(Ref: APP/J0405/V/16/3151297) and Aylesbury Road, Wendover (Ref: APP/J0405/W/16/3158833)
In the latter, the Inspector considered in detail the record of housing delivery in the District, concluding that there was evidence of persistent under delivery and that a 20% buffer was necessary. There is consequently a need to ensure that PSVALP allocates a variety of deliverable sites in sustainable locations to ensure that the planned increase in housing delivery is achieved. This must prioritise sites that are controlled by developers and housebuilders.
OBJECT Amarillo Ltd & Scandale Ltd represented by Planning Prospects (Mr Chris Dodds)
Paragraph 3.79 of the draft VALP sets out that in the four years of the Plan period that have occurred to date (i.e 2013 to 2017) delivery in those years has cumulatively fallen short of the annual delivery target. this means that there is already a pent-up shortfall in delivery in Aylesbury Vale in the Plan period and the %.2% buffer has already been eaten into during its early years, thereby reducing the flexibility further going forward.
OBJECT The Fingask Association represented by Rural Solutions (Ms Kate Girling)
Paragraph 3.79 addresses that the yearly requirement is to build 1,370 dwellings in order to deliver the overall total. The paragraph continues to note that over the past four years (which are included within this Plans period) the council has not met this target. The cumulative shortfall at 2017/18 is -638 dwellings.
OBJECT Weston Mead Farm Limited represented by Nexus Planning Ltd (Mr Oliver Bell)
Our representations to Policy S2 detail that the Council's OAN is demonstrably too low. If this figure is accepted, the five-year housing requirement will significantly increase, and a 20% buffer will need to be applied for persistent under delivery, all of which will result in the VALP clearly failing to identify a five-year housing land supply, contrary to paragraphs 47 and 182 of the Framework.