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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - 4.138

Representation ID: 1596

OBJECT Waldridge Garden Village Consortium represented by Pegasus Group (on behalf of Jeremy Elgin) (Mr Neil Tiley)

Summary:

RAF Halton is both uncertain and is unsustainable according to the Sustainability Appraisal. As such, this site should not be proposed for allocation based on the available evidence. However, even if it is, sufficient contingency should be included in the VALP or through an early review to address the shortfall which may arise from the non-delivery of this site.

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Representation ID: 1583

OBJECT Wendover Parish Council (Jane Ellis)

Summary:

The WPC agree with most of this statement but not the "link with Halton and Wendover" as this will be coalescence of 2 distinct villages. Both Villages have a long history of a strong individual identity, which neither would wish to see removed.

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Representation ID: 1258

OBJECT Chiltern Society (Mr Colin Blundel)

Summary:

We consider that the RAF Halton site should remain within the Green Belt in the long term and that any development should not reduce the openness of the Green Belt. The plan should remove the reference to removing the site from the Green Belt in the future.
We support the proposal to prepare a Masterplan to design a high quality scheme with landscaping and green infrastructure to avoid detrimental impacts on the setting of the Chilterns AONB.

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Representation ID: 303

SUPPORT Mr John Currell

Summary:

The new infrastructure referred to must include enhancements to the infrastructure of Wendover to maintain its sustainability. Wendover provides the natural "village centre" for RAF Halton redevelopment. Currently the schools and local health centre are overloaded and will need upgrading to support additional development.
The clock tower junction between High Street and Aylesbury Road (B4009) is congested at peak hours. Some relief might be gained through the construction of a new link road connecting B4009, Tring Road, with the London Road link to A413.
2nd Bullet Point is/will be to Aylesbury. The current direct road links are inadequate.

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Representation ID: 235

OBJECT Brocksmoor Projects Ltd (Mr Martin Wilkinson)

Summary:

There is insufficient refererence here to the need to avoid unintended adverse impacts to wendover, due to the development at RAF Halton. There seems to be no evidence of consideration of the number of incremental car movements that will be generated by new residents visiting and parking in Wendover when using it as their 'local' centre.

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Representation ID: 166

SUPPORT Mrs Sheila Bulpett

Summary:

I agree with most of this statement but not the "link with Halton and Wendover" as this will be coalesence of 2 distinct villages. it will be difficult not to, but WEndover would prefer to remain discrete.

More details about Rep ID: 166

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