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Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan

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Vale of Aylesbury Local

OUR plan is YOUR plan Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan Draft Plan for Summer 2016 Consultation It’s your plan too, so take the time to have your say

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  • Page 4 and 5: Aylesbury town centre 103 Gypsy, Tr
  • Page 6 and 7: Contents Page Number S1 Sustainable
  • Page 8 and 9: Contents Page Number Table 1 Spatia
  • Page 10 and 11: 1 Background DRAFT Vale of Aylesbur
  • Page 12 and 13: policy is to deliver 250,000 houses
  • Page 14 and 15: • flooding and water usage have t
  • Page 16 and 17: Profile of Aylesbury Vale District
  • Page 18 and 19: 1.57 The northern half of the distr
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  • Page 22 and 23: continue to thrive and grow. The en
  • Page 24 and 25: Strategic Objectives 2.5 The object
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  • Page 28 and 29: h. Providing high-quality accessibi
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  • Page 36 and 37: Table 3 Proposed Settlement Hierarc
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  • Page 40 and 41: 3.26 Specific policies for each of
  • Page 42 and 43: south of district in relation to wh
  • Page 44 and 45: Infrastructure 3.42 In order to ach
  • Page 46 and 47: A Community Infrastructure Levy for
  • Page 48 and 49: which runs across the northern part
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    3.76 Travelling showpeople are defi

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    Delivering through neighbourhood pl

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    4 Strategic Delivery DRAFT Vale of

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    4.8 Between now and 2033: • The t

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    • provide a diverse and flexible

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    area also forms the greater part of

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    D1 Delivering Aylesbury Garden Town

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    Number Potential Broad Area of Sear

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    • Ensure strong place shaping, wi

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    • Local infrastructure and servic

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    Delivering the allocated sites Role

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    Settlement Housing requirement Comm

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    4.62 The above table shows that ove

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    Delivering the allocated sites - at

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    Settlement Housing requirement Comm

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    4.70 The above table shows that ove

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    Delivering the allocated sites - at

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    Settlement Great Horwood Grendon Un

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    Settlement Stoke Hammond Housing re

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    The ‘made’ neighbourhood plans

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    Settlement Housing requirement Comm

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    Settlement Housing requirement Comm

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    • Ivinghoe Aston (5) • Ludgersh

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    The need for new employment land 4.

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    Town, village and local centres to

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    D10 Town, village and local centres

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    • Consumers making fewer, shorter

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    • To provide a quality, day and e

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    Aylesbury town centre, qualitative

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    Gypsy, Traveller and travelling sho

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    5 Housing DRAFT Vale of Aylesbury L

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    5.9 The type, size, tenure and loca

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    Rural workers dwellings 5.18 Nation

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    a realistic approach to the level o

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    • Suitably advertised and markete

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    Replacement dwelling in the country

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    Housing mix 5.58 A variety of housi

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    supports the need for 10% of market

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    6 Economy DRAFT Vale of Aylesbury L

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    Table 10 Key employment sites Site

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    Provision of ancillary facilities f

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    Development outside town centres Ed

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    Shop and business frontages 6.17 Th

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    Tourism development 6.20 Tourism pl

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    should be resisted. Applicants will

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    Agricultural development Agricultur

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    Vehicle parking 7.1 Car parking and

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    Motorcycle and scooter parking Non

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    D1b. Health surgeries D1e. Primary

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    Footpaths and cycle routes 7.6 Foot

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    8 Built Environment DRAFT Vale of A

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    definition in the National Planning

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    a. A brief history of the building

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    External space standards The distan

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    Protection of the amenity of reside

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    Protected sites 9.1 Sites of Specia

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    Vole, Otter or Bechsteins Bat. Deve

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    Landscape Landscape Character and L

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    Nationally Important Landscape 9.21

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    Pollution, noise, contaminated land

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    Developments likely to generate mor

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    Local green spaces 9.39 The designa

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    Trees, hedgerows and woodlands 9.44

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    Conversion of rural buildings 10.1

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    10.21 Many existing buildings in th

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    Equestrian development 10.27 Nation

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    e capable of accommodating the type

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    h. it should be of a scale that ref

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    10.57 Applications for renewable en

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    Protection of public rights of way

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    Green infrastructure 11.1 Green inf

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    • be designed to high standards o

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    Sport and recreation 11.11 Particip

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    Community facilities 11.16 The Nati

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    11.24 Site specific Flood Risk Asse

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    p. Where site specific FRAs are req

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    infrastructure to be incorporated i

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    Potential sites to be allocated Str

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    Pitstone Site address Number of dwe

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    Maids Moreton Site address Number o

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    13 Glossary DRAFT Vale of Aylesbury

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    Term Council Monitoring Reports Bro

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    Term Habitats Regulations Assessmen

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    Term Local Enterprise Partnership (

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    Term Registered Providers of afford

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