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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 4.22

Representation ID: 2322

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


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: 2224

OBJECT The Environment Agency (Michelle Kidd)


Site AYL054.
This site offers rare semi natural habitat in a heavily built up area of Aylesbury and any development will need to ensure that there is no net loss of biodiversity. Any development will need to provide a 10 metre ecological buffer to the Grand Union Canal to the south and the Bear Brook to the north, and ensure that the existing drain is left in situ, and not culverted.

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Representation ID: 2221

OBJECT The Environment Agency (Michelle Kidd)


Site AYL051.
In line with emerging local plan policy NE3 River and Stream Corridors, the
redevelopment of the site offers the opportunity to provide a 10 metre ecological buffer, measured from the top of the bank of the Grand Union Canal by reconfiguring the access road. Bank and buffer enhancements should improve habitat quality and
quantity for protected species including otter, water vole and bats. There are records
close by of Japanese Knotweed, so the ecological report submitted with any
development proposals should include invasive non-native species surveys and
management plan to prevent its spread.

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