Site Assessment Technical Document

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Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 1984

Received: 25/08/2017

Respondent: Mrs Jacqueline Baron

Representation:

NLP449
There is already permission granted for 24 houses opposite this site. This additional development would add more cars, more noise. There is no infrastructure to support this no doctors, post office, limited buses, no room in the school and significant traffic and car problems.

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NLP449
There is already permission granted for 24 houses opposite this site. This additional development would add more cars, more noise. There is no infrastructure to support this no doctors, post office, limited buses, no room in the school and significant traffic and car problems.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 1988

Received: 25/08/2017

Respondent: Mrs Jacqueline Baron

Representation:

NLP353
There is no infrastructure in Pulloxhill or Flitton to support 66 houses. The roads are already too busy and dangerous. There is no space in the schools and limited buses, no post office or doctors. There are other significant developments happening nearby(24 homes on greenfield Road) and the villages can not accept this without it changing the character and appearance of the area. The nearby Centenary wood is supposed to be a quiet amenity for villagers that has an abundance of wildlife and flora. This would destroy all the environmental work that has been completed on this site.

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NLP353
There is no infrastructure in Pulloxhill or Flitton to support 66 houses. The roads are already too busy and dangerous. There is no space in the schools and limited buses, no post office or doctors. There are other significant developments happening nearby(24 homes on greenfield Road) and the villages can not accept this without it changing the character and appearance of the area. The nearby Centenary wood is supposed to be a quiet amenity for villagers that has an abundance of wildlife and flora. This would destroy all the environmental work that has been completed on this site.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 1989

Received: 25/08/2017

Respondent: DPS Homes Ltd

Agent: GC Planning Partnership

Representation:

NLP433
The network of new settlements proposed in this location would be intrusive, require new major infrastructure and facilities, and would favour large housebuilders. It would be less sustainable than urban extensions to existing settlements. Preference should be given to smaller sites around existing service centres to assist in maintaining the vitality of the town centres and assist in slowing the decline in small and medium sized housebuilders, which has been a consequence of the preference of Local Planning Authorities for larger housing sites.

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NLP433
The network of new settlements proposed in this location would be intrusive, require new major infrastructure and facilities, and would favour large housebuilders. It would be less sustainable than urban extensions to existing settlements. Preference should be given to smaller sites around existing service centres to assist in maintaining the vitality of the town centres and assist in slowing the decline in small and medium sized housebuilders, which has been a consequence of the preference of Local Planning Authorities for larger housing sites.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2033

Received: 25/08/2017

Respondent: Judy Cutmore

Agent: Bidwells

Representation:

ID ALP453- Old Bedford Road, Potton- Response to Site Assessment Results

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ID ALP453- Old Bedford Road, Potton- Response to Site Assessment Results
Central Bedfordshire Local Plan was launched in February 2016 and the Call for Sites ran until April 2016. The above parcel of land, Old Bedford Road, Potton, was put forward as part of the Central Bedfordshire Local Plan process.
The Preliminary Site Assessment Results (Housing and Employment) were released July 2017 and are currently open to public consultation. Within the Site Assessment Technical Document Appendix D: Preliminary Site Assessment Results the outcomes per site are disclosed.
With regard to the above site, the Assessment concluded that the site is to be excluded from the Local Plan process and the site fails Stage 1B. The justification for this was that the site is poorly related to Potton and detached from the Settlement. We objection to the conclusions of this assessment.
Site Context
The site currently lies outside of the settlement envelope of Potton and is located within open countryside. The site consists of vacant land and is not located within the Green Belt. The site size is 3.48ha and it can therefore satisfactorily accommodate up to approximately 104 dwellings (at 30 dwellings per hectare). The site is adjacent to the existing settlement envelope of Potton which is considered to be a sustainable location for planning purposes. A site plan with a red line boundary is enclosed.
Update on the Planning Position
Outline planning permission was granted on the 30 March 2017 for the neighbouring site, Land opposite the Playing Field, Mill Lane, Potton (ref CB/16/04460/OUT) for a residential development of up to 62 dwellings including all ancillary works with all matters reserved except access. The red line boundary covers the parcel of land to the north-east of the site at Old Bedford Road adjoining the built-up area to the west of Newtown and is linked to Mill Lane to the north. The outline application site boundary links this application site and future development to the settlement envelope of Potton.
Within the Outline Application it states that 'the proposal will see an encroachment of built form into the open countryside but its relationship with the existing settlement is noted and it is not regarded as an isolated site'. It also states that the western boundary of the site would see the introduction of a landscape buffer which would appropriately demarcate the end of the built form of Potton with the prevailing landscape. The same could be achieved at this site to the south-west.
The site in question would therefore be bound by development directly to the east via Mill Lane, north east and directly to the south. Therefore, the Old Bedford Lane site cannot now be considered to poorly relate to the village of Potton and cannot be described as detached from the settlement of Potton as stated within the Response to Site Assessment Results. The Outline planning permission granted to the adjacent site has clearly closed the gap between the settlement envelope and the site in question.
Planning Policy
The planning application granted on the land to the north and the allocated land to the south create a natural western expansion of Potton, which provides a sensible direction for sustainable development growth and is in line with the NPPF.
Development in this location is within walking distance of schools and community facilities, to the north-east of the site lies Mill Lane Recreation Ground, two sports pitches, a pavilion and a car park. The site is also within close proximity of local bus routes and there are existing bus stops adjacent to the junction with Old Bedford Road site entrance. The East Coast mainline railway stations at Biggleswade and Sandy are a short distance from the site and provide commuter services south to London and north to Huntingdon and Peterborough. An improved highway route could be established around the west side of Potton to connect Mill Lane and Everton Road to the B1042 Sandy Road, for improved circulation of local bus services and movement corridors for local residents. A safe pedestrian and cycle routes would also be established to local destinations.
A comprehensive plan for development to the west of Potton would be consistent with the aims and objectives of draft Policies T1 (Identifying Connectivity, Accessibility and Impacts on the Transport Network); T2 (Mitigation of Transport Impacts on the Network) and T3 (Highway Safety and Design).
Highways
In support of the response to the Site Assessment results, a Transport Note has been prepared by Rossi Long Consulting dated 15 August 2017. This aims to provide initial advice on the suitability of local highways and access for development on the above-mentioned parcel of land. The note states that the site is located on the western fringe of the town of Potton, with the town centre a short walk to the east via Old Bedford Road.
The note carries out a review of the Personal Injury Accident record for the most recent 5-year period available shows no accidents to have occurred in the local vicinity of the site entrance, with only one slight accident occurring to the south at the Sandy Road/Sutton Mill Road mini-roundabout.
We have held discussions with the representatives of the site to the south, allocation ALP017 (which is a separate site and allocation) to provide an access network to the west of Potton linking the B1042 Sandy Road with allocation ALP017 and our site. A similar link could be provided with the land granted outline planning to the north.
Any development proposals are not considered to have a significant impact on Newtown Road given the current access from Old Bedford Road. We will be carrying out further investigation into the widening of Old Bedford Road in accordance with Highways design guidance for a residential access.
Drainage
In support of this response to the Site Assessment results, a Foul/Surface Water Drainage and Flood Risk Note has been prepared by Rossi Long Consulting dared 14 August 2017. The note outlines initial drainage and flood risk advice, which shows that development of the site is viable and practically deliverable.
Flooding
The site is located within Flood Zone 1 whereby the probability of flooding is identified as being low. Therefore, the site is considered suitable for residential development.
Summary
The position has changed with regard to the above site and the Assessment Results issued in July 2017. The site can no longer be considered to relate poorly to Potton nor is it now detached from the settlement due to the grant of outline planning for residential on the adjacent. The site can satisfactorily accommodate approximately 104 dwellings (at 30 dwellings per hectare) of which an element will be Affordable Housing and appropriately planned public open space. The site is suitable, available and therefore deliverable based on the initial technical work undertaken.
Also enclosed is the Site Allocation Plan which demonstrates the potential Potton West expansion. This plan demonstrates the expansion opportunities (blue circles) and the scope for new access/highways (black lines). We would be keen to discuss the proposal of a 'Potton West' concept plan with the Council in conjunction with the adjoining landowners, incorporating their land shown on the attached plan to the north and south of our site as a strategy for delivering a sustainable development, ensuring the Council's development objectives are met, for Potton.
As a result of the above, our Client requests that reconsideration of the site be given and the site allocated for housing in the next iteration of the Local Plan.

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Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2111

Received: 25/08/2017

Respondent: GPS Estates Ltd

Agent: Woods Hardwick Planning Ltd

Representation:

See Full comment attached

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See Full comment attached

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Comment

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2143

Received: 25/08/2017

Respondent: Meppershall Parish Council

Representation:

Detailed comments regarding the assessment criteria and how this has affected Meppershall. Discounting of figures beyond April 2016, makes sense to add together both past and committed development before applying RAG criteria. Meppershall has already taken a share of housing towards its target in development permitted since April 2016 to present.

See attachment for more detailed comments

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Support

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2238

Received: 25/08/2017

Respondent: ALP207

Agent: Mr Richard Parry

Representation:

On behalf of the owners of site ALP207 I fully support this site assessment document.

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On behalf of the owners of site ALP207 I fully support this site assessment document.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2250

Received: 28/08/2017

Respondent: Mrs Susan Farmer

Representation:

We object to any development on common 'Glebe' land and any large developments along Greenway.

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Sites under consideration for development in Campton Village.

Campton is a small rural village which has a small lower school and public house. Campton residents are reliant on Shefford and surrounding towns for all other needs such as shops, health centre & schools .


Any housing development in the village must be minimal due to the lack of infrastructure and amenities in the local area and to minimise the impact on the village.

Developing the Glebe area would be in contravention of use of common land. The land has historically and is currently used for grazing sheep and cattle. The open and rural nature of the village will be severely compromised by building on it notwithstanding the ecological impact of development on an area of well established habitats for a wide variety of wildlife .

Any development along Greenway is more sensible but would need to be minimal and sympathetic to the area. We strongly object to any development along Greenway which would alter the dynamic of Campton from a standalone village in its own right to an extension of the parish of Shefford. Development along Greenway has been piecemeal and minimal since the 1930's and this approach to the development of the village has allowed the community to thrive without becoming overcrowded. Continuation of minimal development would be both more sympathetic to the village and allow amenities and the community to adjust with minimal negative impact.

The lack of facilities and amenities in the village and surrounding area would not support a large development and we wholly object to any proposals of such nature.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2252

Received: 26/08/2017

Respondent: Mr Michael Brooks

Representation:

Re: NLP149
This site was rejected following a Public Inquiry some years ago. It would represent backland development in this part of Clophill where the built form is generally linear along High Street. Importantly, the access on to High Street at this point would be very difficult - dangerous, even - as the road narrows outside nos. 58-64 High Street where on-street parking already causes problems.
Clophill already has outline planning permission for 50 new dwellings on Shefford Road, which will increase traffic along High Street. The site should be rejected.

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Re: NLP149
This site was rejected following a Public Inquiry some years ago. It would represent backland development in this part of Clophill where the built form is generally linear along High Street. Importantly, the access on to High Street at this point would be very difficult - dangerous, even - as the road narrows outside nos. 58-64 High Street where on-street parking already causes problems.
Clophill already has outline planning permission for 50 new dwellings on Shefford Road, which will increase traffic along High Street. The site should be rejected.

Support

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2256

Received: 26/08/2017

Respondent: mr bryan randall

Representation:

NLP 454 TODDINGTON.
This site of approx. 4 hec. failed the Call For Sites at 1e. The site is to the underdeveloped north side of the village and only a few minutes walk away from the village centre and it's amenities unlike the other sites. The site is in the Green Belt but so are all the other sites being proposed for development in Toddington.
It is not strongly related to the Green Belt because it contains two properties and many out buildings plus long drives for access, the outbuildings indicate that some of the site has been previously developed.

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NLP 454 TODDINGTON.
This site of approx. 4 hec. failed the Call For Sites at 1e. The site is to the underdeveloped north side of the village and only a few minutes walk away from the village centre and it's amenities unlike the other sites. The site is in the Green Belt but so are all the other sites being proposed for development in Toddington.
It is not strongly related to the Green Belt because it contains two properties and many out buildings plus long drives for access, the outbuildings indicate that some of the site has been previously developed.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2311

Received: 26/08/2017

Respondent: Mr Darren Brooker

Representation:

NLP433. The technical assessment has not correctly and individually assessed the cumulative impact of development upon Sutton, Dunton and Biggleswade; in particular taking account of recently completed developments and sites already approved for new dwellings.

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NLP433. The technical assessment has not correctly and individually assessed the cumulative impact of development upon Sutton, Dunton and Biggleswade; in particular taking account of recently completed developments and sites already approved for new dwellings.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2322

Received: 26/08/2017

Respondent: Emma Jackson

Representation:

NLP416 is not suitable as it is part of the only remaining part of the historic Maulden Moor, displaying ancient "Fen" characteristics.
There is no Safe Route to school from this site other than using the very busy Flitwick Road. Additional access into Flitwick Road will cause danger to road users both existing and new.
The site is in very close proximity to the delicate eco system at Duck End Nature Reserve and evidence suggests development near to other nature reserves has caused irreversible damage.

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NLP416
This site is not suitable for development as it forms part of the historic characteristics of Maulden, exhibiting Fenny characteristics. It is in close proximity to Duck End Nature Reserve and as such should not be built upon as it will lead to major disturbance to the eco systems and habitats of many species.
Any access into Flitwick Road will lead to increased danger to road users as this is an extremely busy stretch of road used by residents and traffic passing through. Limbersey Lane and Flitwick roads are used as "Rat runs". There would be no Safe Route to school for children living in any new housing and this is a real concern.
The schools in maulden and Ampthill are at capacity and will not be able to cope with the additional children that any new housing is likely to bring.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2456

Received: 27/08/2017

Respondent: j Donnelly

Representation:

I object to this.

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I object to this.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2457

Received: 27/08/2017

Respondent: T Hirons

Representation:

I object to this.

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I object to this.

Comment

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2497

Received: 27/08/2017

Respondent: Mr Gareth Ellis

Representation:

Appendix E
Why is Flitton & Greenfield parish listed in Area A? This must be an error. In other documents it is listed in Area D - including the map. Given that it is a rural parish with poor transport infrastructure it clearly fits in Area D like its neighbouring parish Pulloxhill.

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Appendix E
Why is Flitton & Greenfield parish listed in Area A? This must be an error. In other documents it is listed in Area D - including the map. Given that it is a rural parish with poor transport infrastructure it clearly fits in Area D like its neighbouring parish Pulloxhill.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2535

Received: 27/08/2017

Respondent: John Kirk

Representation:

I object to proposed development at NLP 324 Dunton. Please read my whole comment and not just the summary

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I would like to object to the assessment of site nlp 324. You have passed this site for further consideration whilst failing sites alp 324 and nlp 047. It seems to me that the reasoning that you applied in blocking further consideration of alp 324 and nlp 047 applies equally to site nlp 324 so why block those two but not nlp 324? Dunton as a village is already poorly served with amenities and services ie. no fibre optic and appallingly slow internet. Why is it necessary to destroy the village character purely to the benefit of land owners and developers. It seems your proposals for the extra housing you need to supply have been largely concentrated around biggleswade, Dunton and Sutton. Why the inequity in the distribution? If you do go ahead with these massive new tracts of housing between Biggleswade Dunto and Sutton then why do you feel it is acceptable to alter the village character of Dunton with the disproportionately large development at nlp 324? I strongly object to this proposed developement

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2869

Received: 28/08/2017

Respondent: Mr Stephen Anderson

Representation:

I object to Ref` NLP302 Land off Prospect Road and Gurneys Lane due to the impact it will have on the local school and doctors surgery. The impact on traffic through the village will add to the pollution and noise I am subjected too.

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I object to Ref` NLP302 Land off Prospect Road and Gurneys Lane.

Will the proposed development 'fit in' with my neighbourhood?
Will the proposed development overshadow my windows?
Are there any windows that overlook my property?
* How far is the proposed dwelling setback from my boundary/dwelling?
* How would the proposal look from my property?
* Can I see the proposal from my property?
* How will the additional noise from the development be managed?
Should the local residents who are directly affected by the proposal have been informed directly. My first realization of this proposal were via a concerned neighbour?
Would it not make sense to submit plans of the development prior to consultation?
What impact will this proposal have on the local school and doctors?
What impact will this have on village traffic, whilst being developed and the long-term effect?

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2906

Received: 28/08/2017

Respondent: Ms Linda Bryant

Representation:

NLP082
I have no real problem with a strip of land being developed alongside Greenway so that there is a continuation of the ribbon development. However there should be housing 1 deep along there otherwise the nature of this small village will be changed irrevocably.
My objection relates to the number of houses planned. 32 houses is too many for that strip of land.
There should be affordable housing available so that local young families have accommodation. BUT the Schools in the area are already full so please reduce the number of houses.

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NLP082
I have no real problem with a strip of land being developed alongside Greenway so that there is a continuation of the ribbon development. However there should be housing 1 deep along there otherwise the nature of this small village will be changed irrevocably.
My objection relates to the number of houses planned. 32 houses is too many for that strip of land.
There should be affordable housing available so that local young families have accommodation. BUT the Schools in the area are already full so please reduce the number of houses.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 2922

Received: 28/08/2017

Respondent: Ms Linda Bryant

Representation:

ALP287
The Glebe in the centre of Campton gives the village its distinctive character. By building on that land it will change the village irrevocably. I thought the Council stated that it wants to retain the character of Central Beds as far as possible. Building on The Glebe, historic grazing land, goes against that.
The Glebe is grazed by local farmers, building on this land will reduce employment and cause economic difficulties.
Demolishing the barns on the Glebe and removing trees which are hundreds of years old will also change the nature of the Village which can never be regained.

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ALP287
The Glebe in the centre of Campton gives the village its distinctive character. By building on that land it will change the village irrevocably. I thought the Council stated that it wants to retain the character of Central Beds as far as possible. Building on The Glebe, historic grazing land, goes against that.
The Glebe is grazed by local farmers, building on this land will reduce employment and cause economic difficulties.
Demolishing the barns on the Glebe and removing trees which are hundreds of years old will also change the nature of the Village which can never be regained.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3125

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Planning Prospects

Agent: Planning Prospects

Representation:

We object to dismissal of site Potton NLP042 'land to the back and side of the cemetery', as residential development. Please see attached document submitted in support of residential development of Potton site NLP042.

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We object to dismissal of site Potton NLP042 'land to the back and side of the cemetery', as residential development. Please see attached document submitted in support of residential development of Potton site NLP042.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3214

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Mr Alex Vasiliou

Representation:

Information contained in this regarding ALP465 is inaccurate. I feel the site is been given unfair treatment and the plan is dishonest in its approach to scoring. please see document attached to cover my points why.

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Information contained in this regarding ALP465 is inaccurate. I feel the site is been given unfair treatment and the plan is dishonest in its approach to scoring. please see document attached to cover my points why.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3261

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: mr John Deaton

Representation:

This development is contrary to Caddington and Slip End Neighbourhood plan.
This land is entirely in the Green Belt.
Insufficient space for road improvements, or capacity to support existing developments [Caddington Woods etc. Major concerns over water and sewage supply and support.
Major concern of Caddington losing it's identity as a village location and becoming yet another urban jungle.

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This development is contrary to Caddington and Slip End Neighbourhood plan.
This land is entirely in the Green Belt.
Insufficient space for road improvements, or capacity to support existing developments [Caddington Woods etc. Major concerns over water and sewage supply and support.
Major concern of Caddington losing it's identity as a village location and becoming yet another urban jungle.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3272

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Planning Prospects

Agent: Planning Prospects

Representation:

We object to the dismissal of site Clifton NLP128 'land off Broad Street', as residential allocation. Please see attached document submitted in support of residential allocation of Clifton site NLP128.

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We object to the dismissal of site Clifton NLP128 'land off Broad Street', as residential allocation. Please see attached document submitted in support of residential allocation of Clifton site NLP128.

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3510

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Axis Land Partnerships Ltd

Agent: LDA Design

Representation:

Please find attached our response to the initial assessment that has been undertaken for site ref. ALP033 'Land at Fairfield Road', Biggleswade

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Please find attached our response to the initial assessment that has been undertaken for site ref. ALP033 'Land at Fairfield Road', Biggleswade

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3641

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Owners of Land to North of Leighton Road, Hockliffe

Agent: Mr Jeremy Peter

Representation:

Surface water information submitted to demonstrate that site is viable.

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The site is one of 5 preferred sites for housing development that has been identified by the emerging Hockliffe Neighbourhood Plan (HNP) to contribute towards community facilities in the village (see representation submitted by Hockliffe Parish Council in response to the Draft Local Plan).

As part of the most recent call for sites and previous iterations, submissions have been made on behalf of the site that have included information on highway and flood drainage. These have pointed to the acceptability of the site for development. So, it was somewhat disappointing that Site Assessment Technical Document Appendix D - Preliminary Site Assessment Results states that the site is to be excluded from the Local Plan process because it is considered that the "Site fails Stage 1A. Site is 50% or more at risk of surface water flooding".

Attached with this representation is a covering letter dated 29/08/2017 to a modelling and SUDs strategy which demonstrate that the issue can be overcome by potential mitigation options. As stated in the letter:

"The results of the model show an overall reduction in flood depths on the site, details of which will be provided in the full modelling report which will be published shortly. Mitigation in the form of ground level reprofiling and interception ditches will be used to eradicate the risk of surface water run-off flooding. I have also enclosed a description of the on site surface water run-off drainage proposals which will incorporate SUDS features designed to keep run-off to green field run-off rates, improve ecology and biodiversity and improve water quality."

It is important to note that the Green Belt Study of November 2016 identified the site making a relatively weak contribution to Green Belt purposes (within section HL1).

Additionally, as made clear in the original representation to the Call for Sites that about the third of the site is brownfield, comprising a residential dwelling "the Wilderness" and its curtilage with outbuildings. The development of this land in conjunction the other land that makes up the overall parcel would comply with the emphasis given in the NPPF to developing brownfield land first and also to the Housing White Paper (Feb 2017) which calls on Local Planning Authorities to maximise the contribution from brownfield land as well as releasing more small and medium sites.

Consequently, it is considered that the site is eminently available for development and CBC is invited to reconsider its position with regard to the surface water issue constraining the site for development and allocate the site accordingly.

Please come back to me if you require clarification on any point.


Jeremy Peter MRTPI

Support

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3657

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Julia Pankhurst

Representation:

NLP085
NLP094
NLP402
NLP408
Agree with the assessment made, not suitable for development

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NLP085
NLP094
NLP402
NLP408
Agree with the assessment made, not suitable for development

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3668

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Bovis Homes Limited

Agent: David Barnes

Representation:

See attached 3 uploaded files including location plan

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See attached 3 uploaded files including location plan

Object

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3669

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Julia Pankhurst

Representation:

NLP039 - object. This land forms an important open space between the settlements of Flitwick & Steppingley, preventing coalescence. Much used ROW & open space amenities would be lost if this was developed. It is also in the Green Belt. It is on the egde of the woods & development would significantly impact the start of the dark skies area.

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NLP039 - object. This land forms an important open space between the settlements of Flitwick & Steppingley, preventing coalescence. Much used ROW & open space amenities would be lost if this was developed. It is also in the Green Belt. It is on the egde of the woods & development would significantly impact the start of the dark skies area.

Comment

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3769

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Mr Hugh Jackson

Representation:

I support the conclusions in Appendix D as to NLP 085, 094, 402 and 408 as the reasoning is plainly correct.

I object to NLP039 being treated as appropriate for development. Development here would detrimentally advance coalescence of existing settlements and adversely affect the recreational open space afforded by the public rights of way at this point. It would damage also the open aspect views from the public way.

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I support the conclusions in Appendix D as to NLP 085, 094, 402 and 408 as the reasoning is plainly correct.

I object to NLP039 being treated as appropriate for development. Development here would detrimentally advance coalescence of existing settlements and adversely affect the recreational open space afforded by the public rights of way at this point. It would damage also the open aspect views from the public way.

Comment

Site Assessment Results (Housing & Employment)

Representation ID: 3817

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Mr Rawdon Crozier

Agent: mr james mcmurdo

Representation:

please refer to the attached document

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please refer to the attached document

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