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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - D-AGT2 South west Aylesbury

Representation ID: 2593

OBJECT Natural England (Ms Kirsty Macpherson)

Summary:

Section of these sites contain BMV
land. In order to preserve as much
BMV land as possible and use
areas of poorer quality agricultural
land these areas should the focus of
strategic GI.

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Representation ID: 2574

OBJECT Natural England (Ms Kirsty Macpherson)

Summary:

By including the words "where
practicable" you allow for the
possibly of destruction of priority
habitats and the loss of biodiversity.
For the woodlands and hedgerows
there is already the word "should"
instead of "will" which lessens the
strength of the policy and allows
arguments against retaining habitat
features.

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Representation ID: 2388

OBJECT The Environment Agency (Michelle Kidd)

Summary:

AGT2 - South west Aylesbury

We have records that indicated 2 historic landfill may be present in the northern section
of this site near the A418. This may have implications in terms of site layout and
investigations/remediation. We expect the groundwater aquifers to be protected form
pollution.

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Representation ID: 2340

OBJECT The Environment Agency (Michelle Kidd)

Summary:

STO016

This site has been subject to discussion between Environment Agency, Aylesbury Vale
District Council, Buckinghamshire County Council and HS2. Our comments have been
fed back to Aylesbury Vale District Council through these discussions and should be
considered.

More details about Rep ID: 2340

Representation ID: 2245

OBJECT Mrs Jane Chilman

Summary:

The impact on the road system of building 1,500 plus houses is very concerning. A considerable
amount of the traffic will go into Aylesbury on the existing overloaded roads especially using Stoke
Road and the gyratory system. The proximity of these developments to Stoke Mandeville must also be considered with ambulance reponse times on the increase.

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Representation ID: 2105

OBJECT Historic England (Mr Martin Small)

Summary:

The Master Plan should provide for the retention and maintenance of a suitable setting for the two listed buildings to the south-east of the site and take account of the setting of Hartwell House and Hartwell Conservation Area and listed buildings to the west. This should be a site-specific requirement.

In addition, the Master Plan for the site should be informed by the Buckinghamshire Historic Landscape Character Assessment and Historic Environment Record, with the synthesis of any existing archaeological investigations and further archaeological investigation if necessary, with the conservation of historic landscape features and archaeological remains a site-specific requirement.

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Representation ID: 2102

OBJECT High Speed 2 Limited (HS2 Ltd) (Sir/Madam )

Summary:

P.78 points i-o this list of requirements is relatively standard, but onerous for any developer to comply with in practice. If any developer were to implement all of this they should only need to engage with HS2 Ltd with regard to our current design for infrastructure and mitigation to ensure it is appropriately incorporated and accounted for in their masterplan, particularly if they want to change any of the proposed mitigation.

More details about Rep ID: 2102

Representation ID: 1795

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Peter & Jane Chilman

Summary:

he impact on the road system of building 1,500 plus houses is very concerning. A considerable amount of the traffic will go into Aylesbury on the existing overloaded roads especially using Stoke Road and the gyratory system. The proximity of these developments to Stoke Mandeville must also be considered with ambulance reponse times on the increase.

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Representation ID: 1764

OBJECT Ainscough Strategic Land represented by Turley Associates (Taylor Cherrett)

Summary:

The uncertainty surrounding the impact of HS2, and the complex flood risk issues that
affect the site, is such that the delivery of approximately 1,550 dwellings cannot be
guaranteed; particularly as the policy advocates that development of the site should
follow the extensive and arguably proscriptive Aylesbury Garden Town Principles set out
in draft Policy D1.

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Representation ID: 1737

OBJECT Persimmon Homes Ltd., and CALA homes Ltd represented by Turley Associates (Mr Christopher Roberts)

Summary:

Significant new road infrastructure is required together with strategic-level flood
defences, and (as previously stated) there remain concerns as to how such
infrastructure is to be financed. Draft Policy D-AGT2 indicates that a Masterplan and
Delivery SPD will be required before the allocation can come forward, with the delivery
of the site being anticipated to occur at the end of the Plan period.

More details about Rep ID: 1737

Representation ID: 1456

OBJECT Thames Water (Sir/ Madam )

Summary:

The water network , wastewater capacity in this area is unlikely to be able to support the demand anticipated from this development. The developer is encouraged to work with Thames Water early on in the planning process to understand what water infrastructure is required, where , when and how it will be delivered.

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Representation ID: 1344

OBJECT Gleeson Strategic Land represented by Nexus Planning Ltd (Mr Steven Doel)

Summary:

Object, D-AGT2:
That we support the identification of land at South West Aylesbury for strategic housing growth as part of the wider Aylesbury Garden Town proposals but that:
* the supporting text should be simplified;
* criterion b. (gypsy and traveler pitch provision) should be deleted;
* References to the realigned A4010 and HS2 should be removed from criterion p.
* Under 'implementation Approach' it should be clarified that development will come forward toward the front / middle of the Plan period.

More details about Rep ID: 1344

Representation ID: 1237

OBJECT NHS (Helen Delaitre)

Summary:

The CCG has been working closely with AVDC during the early stages of this potential development of 1500 homes with the anticipation of approving the use of S106 to fund investment in existing facilities. The CCGs will engage with AVDC to work out an agreement in the S106 that can accommodate investment in adjoining practices and the nearby Healthy Living Centre to accommodate this increase in population, subject to planning approval.

The CCGs will not support the use of temporary buildings to deliver quality health care.

More details about Rep ID: 1237

Representation ID: 1231

OBJECT Mr Alan Brook

Summary:

if there is a need for more housing you cannot stop progress but there has to be a limit!


There now appears to be a move to significantly change this stance with high density housing to the detriment of Stoke Mandeville. Why?

I am aware that comments have been made about infrastructure, congestion, facilities and safety of the existing road networks. Well I wholly endorse these comments.

I would strongly expect that the needs and wishes of local residents can be taken into account to avoid coalescence and to maintain the integrity of Stoke Mandeville.

More details about Rep ID: 1231

Representation ID: 925

OBJECT Chiltern Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Conservation Board (Dr Lucy Murfett)

Summary:

This is looking one way only, views to the Chilterns AONB from the site. More important are views from the Chilterns AONB towards Aylesbury. Very careful consideration needs to be exercised for expansion below the scarp slope of the Chilterns. The views out of the AONB from key e.g. from Coombe Hill and along the Ridgeway National Trail, are some of the most important views in the Chilterns, central to the public's recreational enjoyment of the AONB. These are nationally important places on a National Trail, which should be protected for current and future generations to enjoy.

More details about Rep ID: 925

Representation ID: 825

OBJECT Mr Guy Mannerings

Summary:

The 1550 dwellings is too many for the area. The traffic along Mandeville Road and Lower Road is already very heavy at peak times, and will become substantially worse with the extra housing. The link road will not help, as more people will travel along those roads to reach it, rather than take their current routes.

Further, development of this nature will destroy green land south of Hawkslade, which is used by many people for walking. People must be able to have wide open spaces with unobstructed views, within walking distance of their homes, for mental health reasons.

More details about Rep ID: 825

Representation ID: 823

OBJECT Mr Guy Mannerings

Summary:

South West Link Road.

This idea is not sound. The dramatically increased housing numbers around the area will cause there to be a large increase in vehicle numbers. Although the link road will help move traffic around Aylesbury itself, it will cause hugely increased traffic getting out of Aylesbury on smaller roads, such as Risborough Road, Wendover Road and Nash Lee Road.

More details about Rep ID: 823

Representation ID: 419

OBJECT Hampden Fields Action Group (Dr Glynn White)

Summary:

We are extremely concerned about the impact on the road system of placing 1550 houses plus other developments in this location. Some of the planned "Orbital" roads will not be completed by 2034 and the considerable amount of the traffic generated will head into Aylesbury on the existing overloaded road network especially using the Stoke Road and the gyratory system. Traffic modelling released by Jacobs for Phase 3 of the Aylesbury Transport strategy is not WebTAG complaint. The proximity of these developments to the hospital should be considered.

More details about Rep ID: 419

Representation ID: 384

OBJECT National Trust - Waddesdon Estate/Hartwell House (Mr Simon Milliken)

Summary:

Impact of housing proposals on setting of Hartwell House (Grade 1) and Registered Park and Gardens / increased coalescence between Aylesbury Town and Hartwell

Officer changed Element from D-AGT1 South Aylesbury to D-AGT2 South West Aylesbury for clarity

More details about Rep ID: 384

Representation ID: 370

OBJECT Mr Phil Yerby

Summary:

We are extremely concerned about the impact on the road system of placing 1550 houses plus other development in this location. The Orbital road is not even planned to be complete by 2034 and it is likely a considerable amount of the traffic generated will head into Aylesbury on the existing overloaded road network especially using the Stoke Road and the gyratory system. Traffic modelling released by Jacobs for Phase 3 of the Aylesbury Transport strategy is not WebTAG complaint. The proximity of this development to the hospital makes this area even more sensitive and this should be considered.

More details about Rep ID: 370

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