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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - D-NLV001 Salden Chase

Representation ID: 2637

OBJECT Buckingham Town Council (Councillor Robin Stuchbury)

Summary:

As part of Buckingham County Council area, residents will be eligible for Grammar School places under the 11+ scheme. Given the attraction and reputation of the local Grammar schools, and that the land falls within the catchment area of the Royal Latin School in Buckingham, some provision should be made for a contribution to this school in addition to the new secondary school

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Representation ID: 2595

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: 2472

OBJECT Milton Keynes Council (Mr Jon Wellstead)

Summary:

We would, however, request that one minor modification is made to the Salden Chase policy (pages 110-114) in the proposed submission VALP:
* To insert in the Salden Chase policy a requirement for a green buffer to be included on the eastern edge of the site to protect the adjacent community of West Bletchley.

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Representation ID: 2468

OBJECT Jackson Planning (Planning Manager

Summary:

The plan completely fails to recognise the on-going work by the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) to accommodate
over a million new homes in the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford arc. There needs to be greater acknowledgement about
the role Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC) must play in shaping the future of the city as part of the 2050 spatial vision
and the plan needs a specific policy that deals with how this will be accommodated until 2033 which is the time period for the
plan.

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Representation ID: 2336

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

Summary:

NLV020 should be allocated as an additional strategic allocation. As set out in our requested changes, we set out the scope and content of a new policy and supporting text for the site. We also suggest that the site be included within a renamed South West Milton Keynes section, which includes the site's allocation and Policy D-NLV001.

Alternatively, Site Ref. NLV020 could be identified as a 'reserve site' to meet future housing needs and provide some flexibility to deal with a change in circumstances e.g. a housing land supply shortfall or the delivery of key items of transport infrastructure.

(Landscape and Visual Technical report, masterplan, highways masterplan, flood mapping and Transport and Highway matters all attached)

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Representation ID: 2289

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

Summary:

Allocation Ref. D-NLV001; and the site is either owned by members of the Consortium or is controlled under option. The proposed development is viable and deliverable, and will make a contribution towards the five year housing land supply. In these circumstances, it is entirely appropriate to propose the allocation of Site Ref. D-NLV001 and we request that this proposal is retained.

We support the proposed allocation, but suggest some minor amendments to the draft policy to reflect the approved development and for clarity and consistency with other strategic allocations.

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Representation ID: 2121

OBJECT Historic England (Mr Martin Small)

Summary:

We welcome the reference to conservation, although we would prefer the third sentence to read "Sites of archaeological importance should be protected and enhanced", to provide protection for potential archaeological remains in accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework and 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.

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Representation ID: 2031

OBJECT Crest Strategic Projects represented by Savills Southampton (Mr Jon Gateley)

Summary:

It is notable that the application at Salden Chase received a resolution to grant permission despite not having been a formally allocated site at the time; the decision reflects the sustainable, strategic role of Milton Keynes, and the need for sites to come forward in Aylesbury Vale to meet sub-regional housing needs, as envisaged in the SEP.

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Representation ID: 1770

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

Summary:

at the time of writing permission has not yet been granted and
(accordingly) no reserved matters or discharge of conditions submissions have been
made. Likewise, the paragraph 4.118 of the Submission Draft Local Plan indicates that a
Masterplan SPD will be required to establish the disposition of land uses.

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Representation ID: 1454

OBJECT Mr Tim Welch

Summary:

allocation to be unsound as the bulk of district housing need is the
south of Aylesbury. Therefore an allocation of this size at the furthest point in the
district does not make sense.
Also Milton Keynes Council objects to planning application 15/00314/AOP for a
number of sound reasons including the pressure the development would bring on
infrastructure in the area.
I ask that consideration be given to reallocating this site nearer to the districts'
major points of housing need.

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Representation ID: 1198

OBJECT Newton Longville Parish Council (Mr Mike Galloway)

Summary:

The allocation of Salden Chase should be removed. Inclusion of the site renders the draft plan unsound. It is contrary to other policies in the plan, is not justified or positively prepared.

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Representation ID: 889

OBJECT Buckingham Town Council (Mr Christopher Wayman)

Summary:

No provision is made to support the local grammar school for which successful 11+ candidates will be eligible. This will place an additional burden on the underfunded Royal Latin School. There is evidence of alternative provision in supporting evidence but no clarity as to that policy within VALP and no evidence of consultation with Milton Keynes Council as to viability.

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Representation ID: 863

OBJECT AB Planning & Development Ltd (Mr Andrew Bateson)

Summary:

Whilst NLV001 is supported as a proposed development allocation, the adjoining NLV002 site south of Dagnall House ought properly to be included within any Local Plan allocation designation because it will be totally surrounded by existing and planned development.
Irrespective of whether or not the two sites are ultimately developed in association with or separate from one another, both sites ought properly to be identified as appropriate for development as a westward urban expansion of Bletchley into Newton Longville parish.

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Representation ID: 723

OBJECT Cllr Ben Everitt

Summary:

The placement of this site on the boundary of Milton Keynes means the net economic impact will not benefit Aylesbury Vale. In fact, the location of the site is out of kilter with the main economic centre of gravity within the rest of this Plan. The two enterprise zones near Aylesbury are supported by existing and potential future infrastructure, while this proposed site relies on already-overstretched infrastructure and services of a neighbouring authority. This Plan is sound. It would be even more effecive if this allocation were better suited to serving the major points of economic growth in the Vale.

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Representation ID: 580

OBJECT Marrons Planning (Jane Gardner)

Summary:

No objections in principle to Policy D-NLV001 and its accompanying text insofar as it allocates land for a strategic allocation to the south west of Milton Keynes. The objections are those set out in response to previous policies and text; namely:

1. There is scope for significantly more development to the south west of Milton Keynes.

2. The Plan should be providing about 7,500 dwellings in the broad location for growth known as south west Milton Keynes.

3. Land between Manor Farm and the railway line (NLV019) should be included within the additional area to be allocated as a SUE.



More details about Rep ID: 580

Representation ID: 449

OBJECT Mr Iain Stewart

Summary:

Oppose because it is a premature decision that would be made in the absence of knowledge about the precise scope of the Oxford-Milton Keynes-Cambridge strategic corridor.

More details about Rep ID: 449

Representation ID: 286

OBJECT Gt Brickhill Parish Council (Mr Christopher Leech)

Summary:

Saldon Chase will be a bolt-on to Milton Keynes, which will provide a large proportion of support services, major healthcare, shopping, and employment, but the access on to Whaddon Road Newton Longville will stress the local roads unduely not just in Newton Longville, but additionally in Mursley and Whaddon. Additional action is needed to reduce the impact of additional traffic through these villages and along minor roads which are not constructed to a sufficient standard to cope with the additional traffic

More details about Rep ID: 286

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