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1 Housing Working Group Oct 22 nd 2014 Joint Henley and Harpsden Neighbourhood Plan

2 Session aim: confirm options for moving forward 1) Process moving forward 2) Main issues and opportunities 3) Agree site options

3 Agenda 1.Consultation process / method 2.Further updates 3.Key issues 4.Opportunities 5.Emerging options 6.Review

4 1. Process Minor changes to the draft Plan would mean submission in Nov/Dec = exc College Major amendments will require x6 week consultation on a new draft Plan = inc College Potential for a short public consultation on options before x6 week consultation if needed

5 2. Further updates College: Initial transport and landscape studies end Oct School: Engaging with SoS, EFA. Confirmation of need for 85 units for funds. Treetops: Revised proposals Highlands: Written expressing concern over College deliverability Fair Mile: Removed from flood plain Lucy’s Farm: preparing to submit application

6 3. Consultation key issues (i) 54% overall support – marginal 50:50 on Highlands Public comments about: – Traffic – Spatial distribution, – Highlands over-development, – Fair Mile inclusion, – Empsted employment loss, – Mixed views on School. SODC: – Parkside removal – 450 homes to be allocated (school reserve) – retail required

7 3. Planning context issues (ii) Need reserve for Gillott’s College plans too conceptual – cannot be fully allocated so: – Can be earmarked for future development beyond the known 450 – Can be allocated with reserve site, although problematic due to lack of information – Await further information SHMAA

8 4. Opportunities College: – Deanfield up to 150, or 110 at 66dw/ha – Rotherfield up to , or c70 at 25dw/ha Youth Club up to 31, or at c65dw/ha 118 Greys road up to 26, or 10 at 50 dw/ha Removal of Flood plain status at Fair Mile?

9 5. Emerging options (i) Limited change Exclude College Removal of Parkside, increase Highlands (15) to 205 Empstead 55 Reserve for Gillott’s 50 as: – 118 Grey’s Road (c22) – Youth Club (c28) Chilterns: 27 Mill Lane: 55 TA: 10 (?) Gillott’s: 50/85? 357 RR: 30 Wilkins: 20 Total: 452/72

10 5. Emerging options (ii) Support in principle for College development in the future. Highlands c190 Fair Mile as a Gillott’s reserve at 50 Removal of Parkside Reduce Empstead to 40 dw 118 Grey’s Road (c15) Youth Club (c23) Chilterns: 27 Mill Lane: 55 TA: 10 (?) Gillott’s: 50/85? 357 RR: 30 Wilkins: 20 Total: 460/95

11 5. Emerging options (iii) Support in principle for College development in the future. Highlands reduced to 120 dw + open space; with a further 65 as a Gillott’s reserve Fair Mile allocation at 40 dw Reduce Empstead to 45 dw Removal of Parkside 118 Grey’s Road (c15) Youth Club (c25) Chilterns: 27 Mill Lane: 55 TA 10: (?) Gillott’s: 65/85? 357 RR: 30 Wilkins: 20 Total: 452/72

12 5. Emerging options (iv) College allocated for c180 dw. Highlands as a reserve for the College. Fair Mile as a reserve for Gillott’s (50dw). Reduce Empstead to 45 dw Removal of Parkside 118 Grey’s Road (c15) Youth Club (c25) Chilterns: 27 Mill Lane: 55 TA 10: (?) Gillott’s: 50/85? 357 RR: 30 Wilkins: 20 Total: 457/72

13 6. Review Henley College Youth Club 118 Greys Road Sites will need to be assessed and sufficient information needs to be available. NPPG guidance: Need to examine whether proposals deliverable, defined as: – Suitable: are they desirable? – Available: when are they available? – Achievable: do we know they can be achieved considering constraints (policy, access, landscape, heritage, ecology, viability)

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