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Representations on VALP Proposed Submission - E6 Shop and business frontages

Representation ID: 2629

OBJECT Buckingham Town Council (Councillor Robin Stuchbury)

Summary:

Further confusion as to the position of NDPs is found when the retail section is considered in E6, whilst BNDP sets the location and definition of primary and secondary shop frontages, the policy applying to them is in fact E6. There is a lack of clarity as to which policy and associated aims are being pursued; going to the effectiveness and again internal inconsistency thus soundness of the Plan.

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Representation ID: 2619

OBJECT Buckingham Town Council (Mr Christopher Wayman)

Summary:

Further confusion as to the position of NDPs is found when the retail section is considered in E6, whilst BNDP sets the location and definition of primary and secondary shop frontages, the policy applying to them is in fact E6. There is a lack of clarity as to which policy and associated aims are being pursued; going to the effectiveness and again internal inconsistency thus soundness of the Plan.

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Representation ID: 2437

OBJECT Wendover Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (Mr Jonathan Clover)

Summary:

We have concerns (based on the strong feedback from the public on the WNP to
date) over the future of retail and essential services within the Town's shopping
area. There is less and less diversity of provision. We feel that all solutions
should be explored, including preferential rates regimes for start- ups, and
essential retail provision, and other inducements to keep such essential
businesses in place.

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Representation ID: 2145

OBJECT Historic England (Mr Martin Small)

Summary:

we welcome the requirement that the window and entrance should "relate well to the design of the building and to the street-scene and its setting", although we would welcome a reference to "historic significance, where appropriate" in this sentence, 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 National Planning Policy Framework.

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