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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - D-BUC046 Land off Osier Way (south of A421 and east of Gawcott Road)

Representation ID: 2636

OBJECT Buckingham Town Council (Councillor Robin Stuchbury)

Summary:

This site was unpopular with Buckingham residents during consultation for BNDP due to the fact that Lace Hill was felt to be disconnected from the town; a further large residential development separated from the town centre and associated facilities and services would only add to sense of dislocation. This sense of dislocation resulted in the Settlement Boundary being drawn as it is in the BNDP.

This site may well be within an area that the Cambridge/Oxford Expressway route may take; if this site is developed immediately it may reduce options under this national infrastructure project

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Representation ID: 2625

OBJECT Buckingham Town Council (Mr Christopher Wayman)

Summary:

This site was unpopular with Buckingham residents during consultation for BNDP due to the fact that Lace Hill was felt to be disconnected from the town; a further large residential development separated from the town centre and associated facilities and services would only add to sense of dislocation. This sense of dislocation resulted in the Settlement Boundary being drawn as it is in the BNDP.

This site may well be within an area that the Cambridge/Oxford Expressway route may take; if this site is developed immediately it may reduce options under this national infrastructure project

More details about Rep ID: 2625

Representation ID: 2598

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.

More details about Rep ID: 2598

Representation ID: 2567

OBJECT Mareen Growly

Summary:

objection to the allocation of sites BUC046 and BUC043 in the Local Plan.

More details about Rep ID: 2567

Representation ID: 2492

OBJECT Mrs L Bartlett

Summary:

I understand that the Council is consulting on the VALP before it is submitted, and would like to register an objection to allocations BUC043 and BUC046 in Buckingham.
As we already have a Neighbourhood Plan in place, Buckingham has planned its development in agreement with residents and was set to build 600 houses over the next 5-7 years. These additional sites will tip the balance towards overdevelopments, and I am concerned that the necessary infrastructure will not be in place in time.

More details about Rep ID: 2492

Representation ID: 2035

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

Summary:

to allow development on this site, contrary to the recently made Neighbourhood Plan, would undermine public confidence in the Neighbourhood Planning process to such a significant extent that, in this instance, outweighs all other considerations. As a consequence, this policy should be omitted from this plan with the site being considered as part of a future review of the NDP.

More details about Rep ID: 2035

Representation ID: 1774

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

Summary:

This proposed allocation seeks the delivery of 420 dwellings and whilst ASL have no
detailed comments, it should be acknowledged that in the absence of a planning
application (at the time of writing), it is doubtful that the first competitions will occur in
2021/22, taking account of the determination period for an outline application and
reserved matters, as well as the need to discharge planning conditions and any site
enabling works.

More details about Rep ID: 1774

Representation ID: 1746

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

Summary:

This proposed allocation seeks the delivery of 420 dwellings and appears to be feasible.
However, in the absence of a planning application (at the time of writing), it is doubtful
that the first competitions will occur in 2021/22, taking account of the necessity of
determining the outline application and reserved matters, as well as the need to
discharge planning conditions.

More details about Rep ID: 1746

Representation ID: 1721

OBJECT Wates Developments Ltd. represented by Boyer Planning Ltd (Jonathan Liberman)

Summary:

Wates make a number of detailed requested changes to the policy criteria (b) (d) (e) (f) and (h)

More details about Rep ID: 1721

Representation ID: 1504

OBJECT Anglian Water Services Limited (Planning Liaison Manager

Summary:



Reference is made to there being a need to upgrade surface water sewerage network capacity. It appears that this is a reference to assessment of sites by Anglian Water which appears in the Council's Water Cycle Study to support the preparation of the Local Plan. We would ask that this text is removed given that the expectation is that surface water will only be discharged to the public sewerage network in exceptional circumstances as outlined in Policy I5 of the Local Plan

More details about Rep ID: 1504

Representation ID: 603

OBJECT The Buckingham Society (Carolyn Cumming)

Summary:

The proposal for development of this site is outside of the Buckingham Neighbourhood Development Plan and the evidence base has not, therefore, been fully investigated. As it stands, it is extremely vague. There is no mention of additional educational or community facilities, which would be required on an allocation of 420 houses. If the development was found to be sustainable, much more consideration has to be given to the infrastructure details; e.g employment provision given its proximity to a key employment site and to compensate for the loss of employment land on the Tingewick Road

More details about Rep ID: 603

Representation ID: 494

OBJECT Mrs wendy Cissell

Summary:

This will ruin the street scene of the area and take away valuable farm land and wildlife.
This proposal will also create increased traffic on already overloaded A roads ie A421 and A422 which are already struggling to cope with the M40 to M1 traffic.
It would ruin the market town which cannot cope with the population already in place. Not enough schools/ GP's in the town as it is now- I object strongly.

More details about Rep ID: 494

Representation ID: 314

OBJECT Cllr Warren Whyte

Summary:

This is a very large site that does not form part of the contiguous settlement area. It would restrict future growth of the adjoining employment area and it would encroach significantly into open countryside. If the site was to be approved, the site criteria is in need of amendment

More details about Rep ID: 314

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