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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - D-AYL115 Rabans Lane, Aylesbury
OBJECT Aylesbury Vale Estates LLP represented by Savills Reading (Mrs Rebecca McAllister)
Whilst we support the allocation of the Rabans Lane site (Ref: D-AYL115) for, at least, 200 units, it is considered that additional land at Rabans Lane/Brunel Close should be considered as part of a comprehensive scheme, together with the proposed D-AYL115 allocation.
In addition, some of the criteria within the Policy is overly onerous and prescriptive. It makes several unjustified requirements which have the potential to undermine its delivery
See further details in the attached covering letter.
OBJECT Ainscough Strategic Land represented by Turley Associates (Taylor Cherrett)
ASL would request that the inconsistency between the Pre Submission Local Plan and
its evidence base is clarified.
Furthermore, in the absence of a planning application, there is necessary doubt as to
the likelihood of delivery, particularly as the commercial occupier remains on site. ASL
would also request evidence that the terms of any remnant lease for commercial
occupier is such that it allows the delivery of the site within the proposed timeframe.
OBJECT Persimmon Homes Ltd., and CALA homes Ltd represented by Turley Associates (Mr Christopher Roberts)
we consider that
the projected delivery rates for this site are unrealistic and not justified by the Council's
evidence base. Furthermore, in the absence of a planning application, there is
necessary doubt as to the likelihood of delivery, particularly as the commercial occupier
remains on site.
OBJECT Thames Water (Sir/ Madam )
The water network capacity in this area is unlikely to be able to support the demand from this development., Strategic water supply upgrades are likely to be needed. There are no concerns on the capacity of wastewater infrastructure. Thames Water are concerned as to the total development draining to Aylesbury sewerage treatment works and an impact study is required to determine the magnitude of spare capacity in the system.