31,000 Houses to be built – but where?
Road infrastructure needs planning not ad hoc developments. Read more here:http://www.bucksherald.co.uk/news/more-news/traffic-doesn-t-want-to-bypass-aylesbury-action-group-vows-to-fight-hampden-fields-proposals-1-7008638“>
Councillor David Thompson brings a Notice of Motion, seconded by Phil Yerby, regarding the proposed changes to the gyratory system in Aylesbury. A Notice of Motion is the procedure to bring matters to a council meeting for debate and voting.
Councillor Phil Yerby writes in response to Bucks County Council’s support of the proposal to close part of the gyratory system in Aylesbury: “Unfortunately, It does show that the elected representatives of Bucks CC do not fully grasp or fully appreciate the issues here, let alone the legal position.”
Mark Winn questions whether the Hampden Fields revised application meets standards for sustainable development.
Read the complete letter in PDF format : http://www.hampdenfieldsactiongroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Hampden-fields-objection-x2.pdf
The detailed and well argued points include the following: Opportunistic Development with no regard for the emerging Local Plan A lack of consideration for the results of the consultation National Planning Policy Framework An unsustainable “New Town” coalescing with existing communities The Traffic Assessment Education Effect on the AONB/Visibility Impact Black Poplars – Marroway Examination […]
Councillor Phil Yerby has written to Eric Pickles, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, regarding revoking the South East Plan. “I note with interest you have been able to scrap the East of England plan… I write to urge you to revoke the South East Plan as soon as possible… Aylesbury is suffering from […]
The Planning Consultants acting for the Hampden Fields Consortium have written to the AVDC planning department. The consortium have offered to extend the period for the determination of the application to 30th November 2012. It seems likely that this period will be further extended so that the council can consult on any amended plans. The letter […]