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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 4.14

Representation ID: 2714

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Roger & Reidunn Green

Summary:

Long awaited development of Aylesbury town centre cannot be achieved without free flow of traffic, both in and out of the town.
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: 2503

OBJECT Unknown (Mr Peter Bantham)

Summary:

There needs to be more thought on the impact of traffic on the town centre with the extra housing around the town

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Representation ID: 2476

OBJECT Mr Damian Campbell

Summary:

To my point about increased travel time to Aylesbury, AVDC need to review the impact on town centre traffic from the planned extra housing around the town. As this is not addressed, this part of VALP is neither justified nor effective.

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Representation ID: 2314

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

Summary:

a substantial number of strategic allocations are proposed around Aylesbury, and combined these developments represent more than half of the housing target in PSVALP. We consider that this is a risky strategy which relies heavily on housing delivery at one settlement. We suggest that a detailed and robust assessment of housing delivery assumptions and the timetable for the delivery of key associated infrastructure projects is undertaken to demonstrate that strategic allocations at Aylesbury Garden Town can be delivered in accordance with the predicted timetable as set out in the VALP Housing Land Supply Soundness document.

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Representation ID: 2255

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Chris & Shirley Bull

Summary:

When planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive, AVDC needs to consider more seriously the impact on town centre traffic from all the extra housing around the town. Moreover, for visitors to the town centre there are insufficient car parks and the existing bus station is too small.

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Representation ID: 2240

OBJECT Mrs Jane Chilman

Summary:

AVDC need to seriously consider the impact on the town centre traffic from all the additional
housing around the town, when planning to make the centre of Aylesbury more attractive. How can
the centre of Aylesbury be classed as a Garden Town? There is no significant new development in
the town centre. We are looking at an urban extension of 16,000 houses into open countryside to
the south of Aylesbury. This part of the plan is not justified or effective.

More details about Rep ID: 2240

Representation ID: 2230

OBJECT Melvyn Gibbons

Summary:

The future plans of Aylesbury town centre should consider the effect that more housing in the area will lead to more traffic problems in the town and particularly around the gyratory system and therefore this part of the plan is not effective.

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Representation ID: 2192

OBJECT Ether Solutions (Mr David Martin)

Summary:

Planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive is great BUT it needs to consider the success of that work on the traffic around the town. It is already grid locked.

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Representation ID: 2167

OBJECT Michelle Hughes

Summary:

When planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive, AVDC need to consider more seriously the impact on town centre traffic from all the extra housing around the town. This element of the Plan is not Justified nor Effective for this reason.

More details about Rep ID: 2167

Representation ID: 1875

OBJECT Unknown (Mr Paul Pelling)

Summary:

I see little point in plans to make the Town Centre more attractive when there appears to have been little concerted consideration of the enormous impact of the congestion created by the addition of the proposed quantity of housing

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Representation ID: 1858

OBJECT Ms Maureen Simmons

Summary:

One of the aims of this sections is that the growth at Aylesbury needs to be accompanied by and supported by a vibrant town centre. One of the aims is for Aylesbury to be "a distinctive, 'best in class', modern market town, which is attractive, safe, sustainable and accessible". This is an admirable objective, but if the town is congested with traffic because of the impact of the extra housing around the town - it will not be achievable. The Plan needs to incorporate more elements to reduce the high levels of traffic and the consequent air pollution.

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Representation ID: 1789

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Peter & Jane Chilman

Summary:

AVDC need to seriously consider the impact on the town centre traffic from all the additional housing around the town, when planning to make the centre of Aylesbury more attractive. How can the centre of Aylesbury be classed as a Garden Town? There is no significant new development in the town centre. We are looking at an urban extension of 16,000 houses into open countryside to the south of Aylesbury. This part of the plan is not justified or effective.

More details about Rep ID: 1789

Representation ID: 1659

OBJECT Mr William Spear

Summary:

The current plan to make the town centre more attractive, does not take seriously the impact on the town centre of the extra housing. With current traffic levels, the town is already seriously congested and with all the new planned housing it will be gridlocked.

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Representation ID: 1422

OBJECT Mr Marcus Joy

Summary:

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre
AVDC need to consider more seriously the impact on town centre traffic from all the extra housing around the town. The desire for people to use the town centre is already low due to congestion and poor shopping, so this element of the Plan is not Justified nor Effective.

More details about Rep ID: 1422

Representation ID: 1409

OBJECT Mr Steven Hyams

Summary:

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre

The town centre cannot absorb all the extra traffic that will be generated. It is already becoming extremely difficult to park at peak times.It is not Justified nor Effective.

More details about Rep ID: 1409

Representation ID: 1381

OBJECT Mr Keith Waterman

Summary:

When planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive, which is in itself will be a monumental task, AVDC need to consider more seriously the impact on town centre traffic from all the extra housing around the town. This element of the Plan is not Justified nor Effective for this reason.

More details about Rep ID: 1381

Representation ID: 1365

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Liam & Catherine Hyland

Summary:

Whilst commending you on your plan to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive there is the need to take a hard look at the impact from the many thousands of vehicles that will be a consequence of the developments. It will be self defeating if the journey to an enhanced Town centre is one of frustration and delay.

More details about Rep ID: 1365

Representation ID: 1319

OBJECT Mrs B Daniel

Summary:

When planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive, AVDC need to consider more seriously the impact on town centre traffic from all the extra housing around the town. This element of the Plan is not Justified nor Effective for this reason.

More details about Rep ID: 1319

Representation ID: 1305

OBJECT Mr John Day

Summary:

Object, 4.14

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre
When planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive, AVDC need to consider more seriously the impact on town centre traffic from all the extra housing around the town. This element of the Plan is not Justified nor Effective for this reason.

More details about Rep ID: 1305

Representation ID: 1282

OBJECT Mrs Pauline Day

Summary:

Object, 4.14

4.14 Aylesbury Town Centre
When planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive, AVDC need to consider more seriously the impact on town centre traffic from all the extra housing around the town. This element of the Plan is not Justified nor Effective for this reason.

More details about Rep ID: 1282

Representation ID: 1247

OBJECT Sarah Way

Summary:

When planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive, AVDC need to consider more seriously the impact on town centre traffic from all the extra housing around the town. Again they need to deal with the traffic issue BEFORE building further housing. This element of the Plan is not Justified nor Effective for this reason.

More details about Rep ID: 1247

Representation ID: 766

OBJECT Mr R Horton

Summary:

There is no indication shown in the plan on how the traffic from the extra houses being build around Aylesbury will impact on the Town centre and surrounding areas. This part of the plan has not been addressed and is not affective.

More details about Rep ID: 766

Representation ID: 650

OBJECT Mrs Ann Webbley

Summary:

To make the Town Centre attractive, note has to be taken of the traffic and parking issues involved. This cannot be done effectively if there are not accurate and up-to-date measurements of current traffic flows, combined with effective planning for the additional housing. Without this information the plan is not effective.

More details about Rep ID: 650

Representation ID: 413

OBJECT Hampden Fields Action Group (Dr Glynn White)

Summary:

When planning to make Aylesbury Town Centre more attractive, AVDC need to consider more seriously the impact on town centre traffic from all the extra housing around the town. How can the centre of Aylesbury be classed as a Garden Town? There is no significant new development in the town itself. It is an urban extension into open countryside to the South of Aylesbury. This element of the Plan is not Justified nor Effective for this reason.

More details about Rep ID: 413

Representation ID: 333

OBJECT Mr Chris Webbley

Summary:

The aims to enhance the attraction of Aylesbury Town Centre are laudable. What has not, however, been taken sufficiently into account is the combined impact on town centre traffic from these enhancements and the extra housing the Plan proposes for Aylesbury. 80+% of existing traffic needs to access Aylesbury rather than bypass it (BCC figures), so congestion will increase further.

More details about Rep ID: 333

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