Agenda item


Proposal: outline application with all matters reserved except access for up to 170

dwellings, public open space and associated infrastructure.


Speaking as local unitary ward member, Councillor Warren Whyte.

Speaking as representative of Maids Moreton Parish Council, Councillor Patrick Hardcastle.

Speaking as representative of Buckingham Town Council, Councillor Mark Cole JP.

Speaking as representative of Foscote Parish Meeting, Simon Pryke.

Speaking on behalf of objectors, Kate Pryke and Roger Edwards.

Speaking as the applicant and agent team, Marty Rae, Pritesh Shah.

It was proposed by Councillor C Clare and seconded by Councillor G Sandy that the application be refused on grounds that the proposed development would not represent sustainable development contrary to Aylesbury Vale District local plan (AVDLP) policy, emerging Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP) policy and National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).


On being put to a vote the motion was declared to be lost.


The recommendation as per the officer’s report was then proposed by Councillor A Turner, seconded by Councillor N Brown and agreed at a vote.




that permission be deferred and delegated for approval subject to the satisfactory completion of a legal agreement to secure on site affordable housing provision, on site provision of public open space, monitor and manage impact of development traffic and provide appropriate mitigation for A422/College Farm Road and Foscote Road and Foscote Lane, highways delivery plan, financial contributions towards off site highway improvements, towards the Buckingham Transport Strategy, improved public transport, traffic regulation order, towards open space and recreation, education and to secure an acceptable SuDS scheme and its maintenance, subject to securing a District Licence to address protected species and subject to conditions as considered appropriate by Officers, or if these are not achieved for the application to be refused.


Councillor J Jordan did not participate in the vote as she was absent for a significant portion of technical questions and member debate.


Note 1: Councillors J Jordan and S Chhokar left the meeting at 15.59 and 16.27 respectively.

Note 3: a comfort break was held 16.40 – 16.46.

Note 4: Councillor J Jordan re-joined the meeting at 17.10.

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