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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 4.30
OBJECT Mr Michael Donnachie represented by Smith Jenkins (Mr Samuel Dix)
In summary our client does not consider the draft submission plan is sound as it has not been properly justified. In respect of site SMD017 the HELAA assessment is unsubstantiated and misleading. A proper consideration would indicate the site is suitable for development and should either be allocated or held in reserve for a possible future plan period, pending a review of VALP.
SUPPORT Mr Trevor Toms
The proposals for South Aylesbury effectively annexes Stoke Mandeville into the main town of Aylesbury with no true green field space.
This contravenes the overriding Policy S1.e.
OBJECT Mr Phil Yerby
There is too great an allocation to the South of Aylesbury. The jobs are no more than allocations on map which AVDC have a particularly bad track record of delivering. This is obviously because Aylesbury is no more than a dormitory town for London, Milton Keynes and Oxford commuters. They plan will lead to more local traffic in the peak times as people commute out of the town. The placement of large housing development which do not have sufficient public transport links which ensure very high car car usage and exacerbate the problem.
officer note: reassigned from S2 to 4.30