Luton HMA Growth Options Study

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Object

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 3811

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Legal & General Capital

Agent: Savills

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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 5052

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Mr Rawdon Crozier

Agent: mr james mcmurdo

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Object

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 5088

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Legal & General Capital

Agent: Savills

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Please see attached Covering Letter for comments regarding Slip End.

Luton HMA - the GOS confirms positive attributes to development at Slip
End including: low secondary constraints, no areas making a 'relatively strong' or higher overall
contribution to Green Belt, with the site scoring as one of the highest performing options. Notably the
assessment of a low Green Belt impact supports our case that the CBC GBS assessment (see
above) is overly negative

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Support

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 5092

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Legal & General Capital

Agent: Savills

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Please see attachment for comments about the Luton HMA, in relation to sites at Slip End:

Supports the Luton HMA's comments regarding the deliverability of sites as parts of urban and village extensions,
Would provide a strong, deliverable and Viable site to attribute to the Luton HMA.

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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 6105

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Taylor Wimpey

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The Council's Luton HMA Growth Options Study (July 2017) has assessed a series of growth locations within the Luton HMA, including the part that falls within the
administrative area of Central Bedfordshire. Land to the east of Ampthill was one of the 32 locations that were considered in the study, following a sieving exercise to remove sites that were situated within areas of primary constraint or could not be grouped to form larger strategic options. The assessment concluded that the site had an overall deliverability of medium and was subject to only 5 secondary constraints ( total of 17). attachment

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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 6132

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: North Hertfordshire District Council

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In the MoU recently signed between our authorities, our authorities have stated that we agree that there is a significant level of unmet housing need arising from the Luton Borough Council (LBC) authority area and that this has been quantified as approximately 9,300 dwellings following an update of the Luton SHLAA (2016).
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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 6242

Received: 25/08/2017

Respondent: O&H Properties

Agent: David Lock Associates

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With reference to the Luton HMA Growth Options Study, it should be recognised that the HMA boundary should not necessarily be considered as a barrier to other sites contributing to Luton's unmet need. Indeed, it is likely that there are areas outside of the HMA boundary that have more efficient transportation links and a closer relationship in terms of house prices and social and economic dynamics than places within the boundary. It remains to be the case that Green Belt should only be reviewed in Exceptional Circumstances - see attachment

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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 7185

Received: 16/10/2017

Respondent: Optimis Estates

Agent: Optimis Consulting

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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 7199

Received: 16/10/2017

Respondent: OEL .

Agent: Optimis Consulting

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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 7210

Received: 16/10/2017

Respondent: Haut Limited

Agent: Optimis Consulting

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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 7224

Received: 16/10/2017

Respondent: Rowan Homes and Taylor French

Agent: Optimis Consulting

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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 7253

Received: 16/10/2017

Respondent: Mssrs Lynch and Humphries

Agent: Optimis Consulting

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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 7325

Received: 25/08/2017

Respondent: O&H Properties

Agent: David Lock Associates

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Whilst O&H understand the need and justification for undertaking this work, we strongly contend that looking at
growth options to meet Luton's unmet need should not necessarily be constrained by the Housing Market Area
(HMA) boundary. There are locations that are more accessible (in terms of transport infrastructure) and have
closer relationships to Luton (for instance in terms of house price) than some of the areas within the HMA. see attachment
provide to areas within the Luton HMA.

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Comment

Technical Reports

Representation ID: 7370

Received: 29/08/2017

Respondent: Landowners & IM Properties

Agent: Barton Willmore

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The Luton HMA, and the North Central Bedfordshire Growth Option Studies identifies and
assesses, at a high level, potential options to help meet housing need with the relevant HMAs
to determine their deliverability. The document is flawed since there is no high-level
consideration of the deliverability of B8 strategic employment options. see attachment page 14

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