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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 4.125

Representation ID: 2716

OBJECT Mr & Mrs Roger & Reidunn Green

Summary:

Already there are further planned proposals for increased building (eg RAF Halton 1000 houses) which must be considered if future traffic is to be accommodated. The proposed plan is poorly prepared and ineffective.
The proposed plan does not adequately address the inevitable increase in volume of traffic not prevent coalescence of communities. It is poorly prepared and completely ineffective.

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Representation ID: 2423

OBJECT Wendover Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (Mr Jonathan Clover)

Summary:

We have commented on this above.

More details about Rep ID: 2423

Representation ID: 2177

OBJECT Michelle Hughes

Summary:

The potential impact of 1,000 houses on the surrounding road network needs to be carefully assessed using a valid traffic model. Raises question of Positive Preparation.

More details about Rep ID: 2177

Representation ID: 1985

OBJECT Robin Garside

Summary:

"seek to preserve" is not a reasonable target. It does not show any real intent at all. The Hampden Fields and other development already under discussion will serve to remove the 'wedge' between, for example, Aylesbury and Weston Turville.
There should be open countryside between villages and town of Aylesbury (settlements) and this principle should be given the highest priority to preserve the character and desirability of The Vale.
This comment also applies to potential development at Halton and thus the identity of Halton and Weston Turville.
Please beef up the statement in clause 3.2.2 and then stick to it!

More details about Rep ID: 1985

Representation ID: 1931

OBJECT mR. Cameron Sinclair

Summary:

The plan doesn't adequately address the potential impact of the RAF Halton site becoming available for even more houses and how that will also affect the transport infrastructure, schools and medical facilities. I am particularly concerned about air quality and noise pollution on the Aylesbury Road (Ref: 9.38).

More details about Rep ID: 1931

Representation ID: 1881

OBJECT Unknown (Mr Paul Pelling)

Summary:

there appears to be insufficient consideration of the impact on surrounding roads. Correct preparation of a valid traffic model, followed by careful assessment of its results should be undertaken before any plans are allowed to proceed further.

More details about Rep ID: 1881

Representation ID: 1586

OBJECT Wendover Parish Council (Jane Ellis)

Summary:

The WPC supports the development of 1000 dwellings at Halton RAF camp. The roads/parking etc will not cope with increased volume of traffic. It was hoped that the sporting facilities on site would be an excellent facility for the local area. The current map indicates these in the main housing development which seems a complete waste of the high quality astroturf and centre.

More details about Rep ID: 1586

Representation ID: 1427

OBJECT Mr Marcus Joy

Summary:

4.125 RAF Halton
The potential impact of 1,000 houses on the surrounding road network needs to be carefully assessed using a valid traffic model. How can the village of Wendover and the National Trust woodlands possibly accommodate this sharp rise in traffic? Raises question of Positive Preparation.

More details about Rep ID: 1427

Representation ID: 1417

OBJECT Mr Steven Hyams

Summary:

4.125 RAF Halton

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

More details about Rep ID: 1417

Representation ID: 1389

OBJECT Mr Keith Waterman

Summary:

The potential impact of 1,000 houses on the surrounding road network needs to be carefully assessed and integrated using a valid traffic model. Raises question of Positive Preparation.

More details about Rep ID: 1389

Representation ID: 1312

OBJECT Mr John Day

Summary:

Object, 4.125

4.125 RAF Halton
The potential impact of 1,000 houses on the surrounding road network needs to be carefully assessed using a valid traffic model. Raises question of Positive Preparation.

More details about Rep ID: 1312

Representation ID: 1289

OBJECT Mrs Pauline Day

Summary:

Object, 4.125

4.125 RAF Halton
The potential impact of 1,000 houses on the surrounding road network needs to be carefully assessed using a valid traffic model. Raises question of Positive Preparation.

More details about Rep ID: 1289

Representation ID: 1261

OBJECT Mr Andy May

Summary:

RAF Halton: The closure of RAF Halton and the aim developing thousands of new houses on the existing site should be factored into the AVLP. This will have an impact on traffic plans and housing quotas so should be a key part of the plans going forwards.

More details about Rep ID: 1261

Representation ID: 1210

OBJECT Mr A.P. Smart

Summary:

4.125 RAF Halton

Putting an additional 1,000 houses in this area will be major problem. The road infrastructure is deficient and there are a small number of pinch points that make the road communication system vulnerable. Wendover is already pushed to capacity. There is already a lack of car parking in Wendover. This will make it worse. where are the people in Halton expected to shop and go to school? This is another example of the merging of settlements

More details about Rep ID: 1210

Representation ID: 892

OBJECT Mr R Horton

Summary:

The addition of this proposed housing will impact on the local infrastructure and should not for part of this plan until it has been research thoroughly.

More details about Rep ID: 892

Representation ID: 460

OBJECT mrs claire waters

Summary:

No infrastructure details included.
Poor connectivity - roads etc.
Legal issues on the RAF Halton title

More details about Rep ID: 460

Representation ID: 459

OBJECT mrs claire waters

Summary:

Halton Parish - is a hamlet - and it is not part of Wendover Parish which is a town, it is a separate entity.
In the proposed draft of the local plan, the 800 houses intended to be built in Wendover have been replaced with 1000 homes at the RAF Halton camp. This number of new dwelling would more than triple the current size of Halton Parish, and in doing so completely change the nature of the village.

(Officer note: element changed from 4.124 to 4.125)

More details about Rep ID: 459

Representation ID: 450

OBJECT Hampden Fields Action Group (Dr Glynn White)

Summary:

Whilst 1,000 houses might be a conservative estimate, the impact on the surrounding road network may well limit development at this site to less than 1,000. Jacobs Phase 3 transport modelling already shows a severe increase at traffic on the Aylesbury Road junction at the Clock Tower and that modelling does not include any development at RAF Halton.

More details about Rep ID: 450

Representation ID: 375

OBJECT Mr Phil Yerby

Summary:

Whilst 1,000 houses might be a conservative estimate, the impact on the surrounding road network and may well limit development at this site to less than 1,000. Jacobs Phase 3 transport modelling already shows a severe increase at traffic on the Aylesbury Road junction at the Clock Tower and that modelling does not include any development at RAF Halton.

More details about Rep ID: 375

Representation ID: 267

OBJECT Laxton Properties (Mr Ed Whetham)

Summary:

We support the allocation of housing to the strategic settlements but believe that additional housing should be allocated to Wendover.

In particular we propose that a minor amendment be made to the Green Belt boundary at Bank Farm which would allow existing farm buildings and paddock land which are enclosed on three sides by existing buildings to be allocated for housing development.

More details about Rep ID: 267

Representation ID: 165

SUPPORT Mrs Sheila Bulpett

Summary:

I support the development of 1000 dwellings at Halton RAF camp but not the idea of this as just a starter. The roads/ parking etc will not cope with more! It was hoped ta the sporting facilities on site would be retained as an excellent faclity for the local area. The current map indicates these in the main housing development which seems a complete waste of the high quality astroturf and centre.

More details about Rep ID: 165

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