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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - D-AGT4 Aylesbury south of A41

Representation ID: 2594

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: 2577

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.

More details about Rep ID: 2577

Representation ID: 2508

OBJECT Unknown (Mr Peter Bantham)

Summary:

The traffic impact at the gyratory and the A41 and A413 will be severe.
See also comments above on 3.22

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Representation ID: 2480

OBJECT Mr Damian Campbell

Summary:

1) Again, the impact on the road system on the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe. The plan is not effective.
2) See also comments on 3.22 and D-AGT1

More details about Rep ID: 2480

Representation ID: 2358

OBJECT Mr Andrew Smith

Summary:

Once again, this development will severely impact the already stressed traffic flows on the A413, A41 and the gyratory.

More details about Rep ID: 2358

Representation ID: 2261

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Chris & Shirley Bull

Summary:

The impact on the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe, and we therefore oppose this policy.

More details about Rep ID: 2261

Representation ID: 2247

OBJECT Mrs Jane Chilman

Summary:

The proposed developments (Hampden Fields etc.) will have a severe impact on the road system in particular the A41, A413 and the gyratory system. Traffic congestion especially at peak times on the roads is excessive and adding a massive amount of new development will only make matters worse and the "Orbital" road strategy will not alleviate the issues particularly as many of the roads are "aspirational".

More details about Rep ID: 2247

Representation ID: 2234

OBJECT Melvyn Gibbons

Summary:

The impact on the A41, A43 and the gyratory system will be severe and cannot be effective.

More details about Rep ID: 2234

Representation ID: 2175

OBJECT Michelle Hughes

Summary:

D-AGT4 Aylesbury south of A41 (Hampden Fields) 1) The impact on the road system on the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe. Not Effective. 2) See also comments on 3.22

More details about Rep ID: 2175

Representation ID: 2112

OBJECT Historic England (Mr Martin Small)

Summary:

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 to ensure their protection in accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework, as part of the positive strategy for the conservation and enjoyment of, and the clear strategy for enhancing, the historic environment required by paragraphs 126 and 157 of the Framework and in compliance with principle j of Policy D1.

More details about Rep ID: 2112

Representation ID: 1991

OBJECT Mrs Stephanie Schneider

Summary:

The large amount of development will have a severe, detrimental impact on the transport system in and around Aylesbury, particularly on the A41, A413 and the gyratory system. It would also be in very close proximity to Weston Turville and Stoke Mandeville. It is not justified, sound or effective.

More details about Rep ID: 1991

Representation ID: 1951

SUPPORT Hertfordshire County Council (Martin Wells)

Summary:

Tring would be the closest for pupils . not clear whether the two new schools would provide sufficient spaces to serve the additional population. As opposed to primary school provision, no detailed information regarding secondary schools are included in the Proposed Submission document. The latest forecast for Tring (secondary school) shows a deficit every year. increased Hertfordshire demand it is anticipated that there could be a 'push back' of children that live in Buckinghamshire who would typically attend these schools.

More details about Rep ID: 1951

Representation ID: 1886

OBJECT GRE Assets represented by Lichfields (Mr. Myles Smith)

Summary:

The assumptions of housing delivery are unrealistic, there is an over-reliance on Aylesbury and unrealistic market absorption rates. The tranjectory for 'Land South of the A41' anticipates dwellings completions starting in 2020/21 with c60 dwellings completed and c120 dwellings in 2021/22 and c190 dwellings in 2022/23. This speed of delivery is unjustified and there is no evidence it is realistic. No formal phasing strategy has been agreed and there is no timetable for production of the Masterplan and Delivery SPD. The assumed start date is unrealistic and unjustified.

More details about Rep ID: 1886

Representation ID: 1879

OBJECT Unknown (Mr Paul Pelling)

Summary:

As per the points made in 3.22, this proposed development will totally merge Weston Turville with Bedgrove / Aylesbury and ensure it loses its identity and character. It is therefore completely against the policy of not developing on open countryside between developments. Additionally, the surrounding roads are already subject to severe congestion and will be virtually untenable if the proposed development proceeds.

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Representation ID: 1863

OBJECT Ms Maureen Simmons

Summary:

The impact on the road system - A41, A413 and the gyratory system will be acute. This part of the Plan is not effective. In addition, this part of the plan is contrary to para 3.22 and is not sustainable development.

More details about Rep ID: 1863

Representation ID: 1847

SUPPORT The Hampden Fields Consortium represented by Barton Willmore (Mr Mark Owen)

Summary:

In looking to meet the future growth of Aylesbury Garden Town, the HFC support the allocation of
Hampden Fields as part of the 'Aylesbury South of A41' strategic allocation (referred to as D-AGT4)
which, as indicated at paragraph 4.67 of the Proposed Submission VALP, will "form a vital urban
extension to Aylesbury, integral to the towns Garden Town status'~

More details about Rep ID: 1847

Representation ID: 1797

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Peter & Jane Chilman

Summary:

The proposed developments (Hampden Fields etc.) will have a severe impact on the road system in particular the A41, A413 and the gyratory system. Traffic congestion especially at peak times on the roads is excessive and adding a massive amount of new development will only make matters worse and the "Orbital" road strategy will not alleviate the issues particularly as many of the roads are "aspirational".

More details about Rep ID: 1797

Representation ID: 1766

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

Summary:

There remain significant concerns as to the efficacy and suitability of the proposals to
address significant flood risk issues, with third parties contesting that flood mapping in
the Strategic Flood Risk Assessment, which supports the Local Plan, indicates that the
extent of Flood Zones 2 and 3 may change, which the suggestion being that parts of the
proposals would fail the Sequential Test. It is notable that the application 16/00424/AOP
has been called-in for consideration by the Secretary of State.

More details about Rep ID: 1766

Representation ID: 1739

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

Summary:

The bringing forward of the allocation is contingent on investments in strategic flood
defences, as well as a dual carriageway. Such infrastructure investments are likely to
weigh heavily of the viability of the allocation, particularly if concerns regarding flood risk
are such that the developable area of the site decreases.

More details about Rep ID: 1739

Representation ID: 1664

OBJECT Mr William Spear

Summary:

1. The planned housing will generate a very significant number of extra vehicles which will lead to regular gridlock at the gyratory system and the A41 and A413. Again, this will lead to the creation of unsafe 'rat-runs' through residential areas.
2. The strategy of local villages maintaining individual identities is severely comprised with this development as Stoke Mandeville and Weston Turville will effectively become suburbs of Aylesbury.

More details about Rep ID: 1664

Representation ID: 1650

OBJECT Mrs Ann Webbley

Summary:

D-AGT1, D-AGT3, D-AGT4, and 4.125 I feel that similar worries are raised by the plans for housing at Woodlands, Hampden Fields, and eventually, Halton. Without considering the impact of so many developments with so many houses in a small part of the district together with their impact on future traffic flows, it is impossible to view the plan as effective.

More details about Rep ID: 1650

Representation ID: 1634

OBJECT W K Boxhall

Summary:

All will result in significant strains to the local transport system and in particular the A41, A413 and the Gyratory system.

More details about Rep ID: 1634

Representation ID: 1548

OBJECT Mr Richard Wise

Summary:

D-AGT4 Aylesbury south of A41
This will have a severe impact on the transport system, particularly the A41 and A413, so traffic will seek alternative routes through already traffic-swamped villages - particularly Weston Turville.
This creates coalescence between Aylesbury and the villages of Weston Turville and Stoke Mandeville.
This is not justifiable under any circumstances.

More details about Rep ID: 1548

Representation ID: 1458

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.

More details about Rep ID: 1458

Representation ID: 1426

OBJECT Mr Marcus Joy

Summary:

D-AGT4 Aylesbury south of A41 (Hampden Fields)
The impact on the road system on the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe. Not Effective.

More details about Rep ID: 1426

Representation ID: 1415

OBJECT Mr Steven Hyams

Summary:

D-AGT4 Aylesbury south of A41 (Hampden Fields)

Traffic and infrastructure nightmare, with no guarantee of funding and implementation at the appropriate time.

More details about Rep ID: 1415

Representation ID: 1388

OBJECT Mr Keith Waterman

Summary:

The impact on the road system on the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe/catastrophic. Not Effective. See also comments on 3.22.

More details about Rep ID: 1388

Representation ID: 1362

OBJECT Mr Harry Czapski

Summary:

Traffic lights, don't solve the problem of traffic decongestion, they just make queuing fairer.
Without new orbital roads being implemented BEFORE any new housing developments are sanctioned, the already dire traffic problems experienced along the A41 at certain times of day will not only worsen at peak times but soon become chronic throughout the day. This cannot be in the interests of either the local population, local transport or companies that require regular access to central Aylesbury and beyond.

having read through the whole plan, frankly I can't see anything positive to say about any of the plan

More details about Rep ID: 1362

Representation ID: 1324

OBJECT Mrs B Daniel

Summary:

The impact on the road system on the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe. Not Effective.

More details about Rep ID: 1324

Representation ID: 1311

OBJECT Mr John Day

Summary:

Object, D-AGT4

D-AGT4 Aylesbury south of A41 (Hampden Fields)
1) The impact on the road system on the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe. Not Effective.
2) See also comments on 3.22

More details about Rep ID: 1311

Representation ID: 1301

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Philip & Tina Brown

Summary:

Object, D-AGT4

D-AGT4:
This proposed development will have a massive and crippling effect on the surrounding roads including
A41, A413 and gyratory system. The suggested intention to modify the gyratory system by closing part of it to feed traffic further into the town centre then return the traffic back to the gyratory system would be laughable if were not so serious.

More details about Rep ID: 1301

Representation ID: 1288

OBJECT Mrs Pauline Day

Summary:

Object, D-AGT4

D-AGT4 Aylesbury south of A41 (Hampden Fields)
1) The impact on the road system on the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe. Not Effective.
2) See also comments on 3.22

More details about Rep ID: 1288

Representation ID: 1250

OBJECT Sarah Way

Summary:

The impact on the road system on the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe. Please see my earlier notes. Not Effective.

More details about Rep ID: 1250

Representation ID: 1239

OBJECT NHS (Helen Delaitre)

Summary:

The CCG has to be assured that any health provision will be "future proofed" beyond the completion of Hampden Fields. We are committed to continuing our discussions with AVDC and Taylor Wimpey to agree a way forward. Please note the CCG will require a S106 obligation in the form of "land and building (shell and core)" or an equivalent financial contribution to the value of the "land and building" shown in the Village Centre plans.

More details about Rep ID: 1239

Representation ID: 1211

OBJECT Mr A.P. Smart

Summary:

Why is housing planned for this flood zone? I thought there was a national strategy to stop building on flood zones.

The lack of detail regarding traffic is a concern. This plan will see an increase in traffic on the A41. This is planning negligence. Having backed-up traffic on the A41 (both ways) will not make Aylesbury more prosperous or help people have a better life. This is already a problem. I see a Park and Ride is planned. Is this an indication that the planners think the traffic problems will be as bad as those experienced by Oxford?

More details about Rep ID: 1211

Representation ID: 1121

OBJECT Bellway Homes represented by Turley Associates (Mr Christopher Roberts)

Summary:

consider that the concerns raised in relation to HELAA site WTV029 are now invalid in light of the proposed allocation and the schemes coming forward, which will materially change the surrounding context and sites inter-relationship with Aylesbury, together with that of Stoke Mandeville and Weston Turville as a whole. The subject site therefore represents a logical extension to the settlement, in a highly sustainable location.

More details about Rep ID: 1121

Representation ID: 1040

OBJECT Mr K Tomey

Summary:

he Hampden Fields plan was rejected last time because of the impediment of the Gyratory system, this impediment is still there, in addition its now several years that this application has been active and traffic will not have reduced in that time.

More details about Rep ID: 1040

Representation ID: 929

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: 929

Representation ID: 842

SUPPORT The Canal & River Trust (Jane Hennell)

Summary:

The Council should take every opportunity to seek contributions form these sites towards improvement and provision of the Grand Union Triangle as key green infrastructure.

More details about Rep ID: 842

Representation ID: 813

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Keith Ware

Summary:

A development of this scale is completely inappropriate on this site and its impact on the surrounding area.

More details about Rep ID: 813

Representation ID: 664

SUPPORT Royal Society For Protection Of Birds (RSPB) (Mr Colin Wilkinson)

Summary:

The RSPB particularly supports clauses D and H of this allocation/policy. For the rationale, please refer to our comments on draft Policy D1 and the attached letter dated 19-9-16.

More details about Rep ID: 664

Representation ID: 611

OBJECT Mr Trevor Toms

Summary:

As with D-AGT1, this proposal directly connects Aylesbury with Stoke Mandeville and Weston Turville, and contradicts the overriding Policy S1.e.

The proposed transport policy is entirely inadequate for the scale of development proposed in D-AGT4 by introducing thousands of cars onto the congested A41 and A413.

More details about Rep ID: 611

Representation ID: 553

OBJECT Mr Andy May

Summary:

All the traffic heads into the Gyratory system in the centre of Aylesbury which simply cannot cope with the volume of traffic. The plan refers to the new 'Orbital road' which will resolve the traffic issue however this is purely an 'aspirational aim', I see nothing concrete in AVLP which guarantees the building of this road as part of the plan. As I understand it the next plan is due in 2034 - One can only imagine the traffic chaos we will be dealing with by then.

More details about Rep ID: 553

Representation ID: 477

OBJECT Elisabeth Evans

Summary:

I am totally against the plans because the extra vehicles on our roads
will be a nightmare. The roads are really bad now trying to get to work
or early morning doctors/hospital appointments. We cannot cope with
thousands of more vehicles. Mrs E Evans

More details about Rep ID: 477

Representation ID: 421

OBJECT Hampden Fields Action Group (Dr Glynn White)

Summary:

The impact of these proposed developments on the road system of the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe. Traffic congestion at peak times on the roads is excessive and adding significant new developments will only exacerbate the issue. The so called "orbital" road strategy will not alleviate the issues as many of the roads are "aspirational".

More details about Rep ID: 421

Representation ID: 373

OBJECT Mr Phil Yerby

Summary:

The impact on the road system on the A41, A413 and gyratory system will be severe.

More details about Rep ID: 373

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