6. Delivering the Place

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Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 167916

Received: 21/07/2019

Respondent: Mr Mark Stewart

Representation:

6 DELIVERING THE PLACE INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN

The country park is missing from the Delivery Plan. Triggers, phasing and funding must be described.

Full text:

The country park is missing from the Delivery Plan. Triggers, phasing and funding must be described.

Object

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 167997

Received: 24/07/2019

Respondent: The Wildlife Trust

Representation:

6 INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN

The Wildlife Trust is concerned that the Infrastructure Delivery Plan appears to omit provision for the long-term, sustainable management of the strategic green infrastructure including biodiversity areas, green corridors, and country park within the strategic landscape area. This is a significant omission, and a failure to address this would undermine the Local Plan policy and many of the good Fixes and Guiding Principles relating to the natural environment included within the SPD.

Full text:

The Wildlife Trust is concerned that the Infrastructure Delivery Plan appears to omit provision for the long-term, sustainable management of the strategic green infrastructure including biodiversity areas, green corridors, and country park within the strategic landscape area. This is a significant omission, and a failure to address this would undermine the Local Plan policy and many of the good Fixes and Guiding Principles relating to the natural environment included within the SPD.

Support

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 167998

Received: 24/07/2019

Respondent: The Wildlife Trust

Representation:

6.4 DEVELOPMENT QUANTUM

The Wildlife Trust supports the inclusion of 89 Ha for the country park and strategic green infrastructure set out within the projected land budget in Figure 57. This represents approximately 36% of the SPD area, and with other more formal open spaces, the total green infrastructure would approach 50%. This quantum of provision provides significant scope to achieve a biodiversity net gain through the creation of high quality habitats as well as multi-functional and formal open spaces. Any significant reduction is likely to lead to measurable net losses in biodiversity or require off-site biodiversity offsetting.

Full text:

The Wildlife Trust supports the inclusion of 89 Ha for the country park and strategic green infrastructure set out within the projected land budget in Figure 57. This represents approximately 36% of the SPD area, and with other more formal open spaces, the total green infrastructure would approach 50%. This quantum of provision provides significant scope to achieve a biodiversity net gain through the creation of high quality habitats as well as multi-functional and formal open spaces. Any significant reduction is likely to lead to measurable net losses in biodiversity or require off-site biodiversity offsetting.

Object

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168025

Received: 25/07/2019

Respondent: Mr Peter Ashton

Representation:

6.2 INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN

The development must have direct access to the A428 and it's own healthcare facilities.
Without these, the development will have unacceptable negative impact on the surrounding villages and its future residents.

Full text:

The development must have direct access to the A428 and it's own healthcare facilities.
Without these, the development will have unacceptable negative impact on the surrounding villages and its future residents.

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168048

Received: 24/07/2019

Respondent: The National Trust

Representation:

National Trust welcome the indicative land budget of 89 hectares of land for the creation of a Country Park within the development site. Notwithstanding the proposed onsite provision, development on the scale proposed at Bourn should take account of the interface between new communities and their wider surroundings. There is likely to be an increase in off-site recreational visits to adjacent outdoor recreation sites, the closest being the National Trust's Wimpole Hall Estate. National Trust welcome an opportunity to engage in future dialogue with the local authority, developers and community representatives with a view to encouraging sustainable travel patterns and responsible recreational activity.

Object

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168064

Received: 28/07/2019

Respondent: Cambridge Cycling Campaign

Representation:

6 INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN

The following comments are in regard to Figure 55, the Infrastructure Delivery Plan:

Problem: the first item, the walking and cycling network within the site (and connections to nearby villages and Cambridge) has a non-specific trigger that could result in its delivery being delayed by far too long.

Solution: the walking and cycling network must be delivered before occupation of any dwellings, in order to ensure that good habits are developed by the new residents, and that sustainable transport modes are the natural and obvious ways to get around from day one.

Full text:

The following comments are in regard to Figure 55, the Infrastructure Delivery Plan:

Problem: the first item, the walking and cycling network within the site (and connections to nearby villages and Cambridge) has a non-specific trigger that could result in its delivery being delayed by far too long.

Solution: the walking and cycling network must be delivered before occupation of any dwellings, in order to ensure that good habits are developed by the new residents, and that sustainable transport modes are the natural and obvious ways to get around from day one.

Object

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168096

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Alan Everitt

Representation:

6 INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN

Whereas the Highways Infrastructure is listed as dependent on the Transport Assessment, it is the scrutiny of the content of this assessment that needs to be mandated. Stakeholders (affected villages) must be included in setting the Triggers.

The current plans put forward by Countryside do not bear up to scrutiny in that they are built upon trip rates and modal shifts from cars to buses which are not experienced anywhere else in the area and not apparently evidenced.

To produce figures which cannot be supported by local villages will deliver levels of traffic that the local roads cannot support.

Costs are rightly allocated to Developer and CCC, the price of inadequate delivery will be for the villages.

Therefore Schemes 10 to 15 must include Village stakeholder representation throughout the process and ongoing monitoring, and agreement to physical remedial measures and timing of such.

It would otherwise be too easy for the Developer to under-provide.

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Support

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168152

Received: 30/07/2019

Respondent: Cambourne Town Council

Representation:

INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN -ITEM 31

Cambourne Town Council support the expansion of the existing sport centre to provide a more sustainable indoor and swimming facility for both communities. There should be a contribution for ongoing maintenance.

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168153

Received: 30/07/2019

Respondent: Cambourne Town Council

Representation:

INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN - ITEM 33 BURIAL GROUNDS

The description for the burial grounds saying approximately 300m² of land is likely to be required is too low. The 0.83 ha to be provided in the funding column would allow 30 years of burials based on the guidance in Arnold-Baker on Local Council Administration. (Amount of Land 33.13 At Two burials per Grave, one acre may be expected to last 70 years for each 2,000 inhabitants.)

Generally, you allow for a 30-year supply therefore:
1 year = 0.014acres /2000 residents
30 years x 0.014 = 0.42 acres/2000 residents
3500 dwellings X 2.8 = 9,800 residents
9800/2000 =4.9 x 0.42 = 2.058 acres (0.83ha)

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168154

Received: 30/07/2019

Respondent: Cambourne Town Council

Representation:

INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN - ITEM 38 SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS

Cambourne Town Council reiterates its assertion that the contributions for Cambourne and Bourn Airfield for a special school should by pooled and used to provide a special school in Cambourne or Bourn Airfield to better cater for the local need and to be more sustainable and reduce carbon footprint.

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168155

Received: 30/07/2019

Respondent: Cambourne Town Council

Representation:

INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN - ITEM 41 COMMUNITY HEALTH FACILITY AND SPACE

Cambourne Town Council would question the capacity of Sackville house to take 1000 sqm and additional parking provision. There is concern that the Monkfield Medical Practice can be extended to take the Bourn Airfield development as it is already being extended to take the 2350 extra dwellings in West Cambourne. Taking the Catchment in Cambourne to 6874 dwellings and approximately 19000 population with Bourn Airfield it could be 9800 dwellings and a population of approximately 28,800.

Support

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168161

Received: 30/07/2019

Respondent: Natural England

Representation:

6.5 DEVELOPMENT PHASING AND INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY

Early implementation of accessible open space will also be important to ensure its immediate availability to new residents to avoid pressure on nearby sensitive designated sites. We welcome that phasing requirements detailed on section 6.5 seeks to ensure this.

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Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168189

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Aitchison Developments Ltd. on behalf of Savills Investment Management

Agent: Neame Sutton Ltd

Representation:

6.2 INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN - ITEM 44

The Infrastructure Delivery Plan at page 82 suggests that the employment space will be delivered through each phase. It is important to acknowledge that there is an overwhelming need for the employment land to come forward at the earliest opportunity.

Indeed, the potential early phases plan (Fig 58 on page 87) indicates that the redevelopment of the existing employment site will take place in the early phases of delivery. This is supported and reflects development intentions for the site.

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Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168204

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Dr Tumi Hawkins

Representation:

6.5 DEVELOPMENT PHASING AND INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY

The proposal for the site states that:

The following principles will apply and will be secured via the planning application process:
-Appropriate phasing for the delivery of off-site highway improvements, including those designed to mitigate localised impacts.
- Appropriate phasing of public transport, cycling and footpath improvements that will encourage new residents to adopt more sustainable modes of transport

Referring back to comments about direct access to the A428, there is an acknowledgement in the above statements as well as in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan on pages 75-76, Table items 9 to 15 that there will be impacts on local roads and this needs to be mitigated via highway improvements.

The SPD is specifying off-site mitigation to the traffic problems that will be created by the site. This is unacceptable.

The Local Plan examination report from the Planning Inspector states in paragraph 87:
'There is a degree of scepticism from the local community about whether their concerns can be adequately addressed through the development management process'

The SPD HAS NOT PROVIDED THAT GUIDANCE. Instead, it has fudged the situation completely passing the responsibility to the applicant and Cambridgeshire County Council.

Stating that traffic calming will be needed - off site - is accepting the impact on neighbouring villages. It is pushing the problem to the villages and that is morally unjustifiable. Furthermore, in policy terms, there is opportunity for the site to mitigate its own problems by providing direct access to the A428.

The County Highways & Transport Infrastructure committee have accepted the principle of this direct link to the A428, therefore South Cambs should be liasing directly to ensure this principle is followed and implemented.

Attachments:

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168205

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Dr Tumi Hawkins

Representation:

6.4 QUANTUM OF DEVELOPMENT

The SPD provides an indicative land use budget in Figure 57, page 87. It shows employment provision on an area of 13.3 hectares. However, the SPD on Page 23 Figure 21 shows only one site for employment - the Diageo/DB Group site. It also refers in general terms to this in line 44 on page 82 of the Infrastructure delivery plan.

This was an existing employment site which is not owned by Countryside Properties/Taylor Family. The SPD does not make clear in any written form if that is the only employment site to be provided for the new village. It is especially important to make the clarification as the new village should also provide its own employment uses as per South Cambridgeshire local plan policy.

It has always been clear that the Diageo site is separate to the new village and therefore the new village should be providing employment opportunities.

Recommendation

Identifying the employment space to be provided by the new village site and the Diageo/DB Group sites separately. The Diageo site should not be used to provide the employment that the Countryside/Taylor site is required to provide.

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Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168206

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Dr Tumi Hawkins

Representation:

6.2 INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN

PROVISION OF HEALTH FACILITY

The provision in the SPD is woefully inadequate as stated in item 41 of the Infrastructure Delivery Plan on page 81.

The Cambourne surgery referred to is already over capacity and it takes weeks to get appointments. An extension to that is not going to be sufficient for an additional 9000+ residents of the proposed new village. There is no capacity at other local surgeries for example at Bourn.

Recommendation:

The SPD should require provision of a standalone doctor's surgery to make it easier to find a business that would take it on and provide much needed health care.

Attachments:

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168228

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Barton & District Bridleways Group

Representation:

6.2 INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN - NON-MOTORISED USER INFRASTRUCTURE - FIGURE 55

1 Improved walking and cycling network
- Refers to riding in the text so horse riding should be included in the first column

2 Cycleway Improvement
- What provision is being made for equestrians on this route?

3 Rights of Way Network
- Does not include access for carriage drivers.

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Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168253

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Cambridgeshire County Council

Representation:

6.2 INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN

23 FOUL WATER NETWORK - PAGE 77

The County Council welcomes the recognition of the presence of the Bourn Water Recycling Centre (WRC), and the potential constraint it may pose for the proposed re-development of the Airfield. The WRC is safeguarded through the adopted Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Minerals and Waste Core Strategy 2011, and associated Site Specific Proposals Plan 2012, through Policies CS31 and SSPW7E respectively. Policy CS31 states:

"Waste Water Treatment Works Safeguarding Areas will be identified around existing (and allocated) waste water treatment works to prevent the encroachment of sensitive development which would give rise to future amenity issues and impose additional constraints on the operation of the waste water treatment works.

Waste Water Treatment Works Safeguarding Areas will be identified in the Site Specific Proposals Plan and defined on the Proposals Map, extending 400 metres around existing and proposed works, with a capacity exceeding 2000 population equivalent. The Waste Planning Authority must be consulted on any planning proposal within a Safeguarding Area except:
a. householder applications (minor development works relating to existing property)
b. advertisements

Within the Safeguarding Areas there is a presumption against allowing development, which would be occupied by people. This would include new buildings or changes of use of buildings to residential, industrial, commercial, sport and recreational uses.

Where new development is proposed within the Safeguarding Areas involving buildings which would normally be occupied, the application must be accompanied by an odour assessment report. The assessment must consider existing odour emissions of the waste water treatment works at different times of the year and in a range of different weather conditions.

Planning permission will only be granted when it has been demonstrated that the proposed development would not be adversely affected by the continued operation of the existing waste water treatment works."

Full text:

The attached note sets out the County Council officer comments on the Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document in response to a consultation by South Cambridgeshire District Council. Whilst local County Members have been made aware of the consultation, this response does not include their comments or considerations or those of the Economy and Environment Committee which will endorse this response at its meeting on 19th September.

This response includes the comments of the following Council services and functions:
- Transport Assessment
- Education
- County Planning Minerals and Waste
- Historic Environment
- Local Lead Flood Authority
- Public Health

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168256

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Cambridgeshire County Council

Representation:

6.6 PLANNING APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Section 6.6 sets out the requirements for planning applications. The site is an airfield with a considerable amount of runway and hard surfacing which may require removal and recycling and as it is a strategic site the development should comply with Policy CS28 of the adopted Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mineral and Waste Core Strategy. This will require the site wide planning application to include the submission of a Waste Management Audit and Strategy which will set out the anticipated nature and volumes of waste arising (demolition and construction). It must also set out the detailed measures to be put in place to minimise the waste arising; together with the steps that will be taken to segregate, source, store, recover and recycle that waste. Consistent with Policy CS28 provision should also be made for a temporary recycling facility to be in place throughout the construction phases of development. Specifying this requirement at this stage will allow any developer to reflect this is their proposal, and their detailed phasing plans.

Full text:

The attached note sets out the County Council officer comments on the Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document in response to a consultation by South Cambridgeshire District Council. Whilst local County Members have been made aware of the consultation, this response does not include their comments or considerations or those of the Economy and Environment Committee which will endorse this response at its meeting on 19th September.

This response includes the comments of the following Council services and functions:
- Transport Assessment
- Education
- County Planning Minerals and Waste
- Historic Environment
- Local Lead Flood Authority
- Public Health

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168270

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Cambridgeshire County Council

Representation:

6.4 DEVELOPMENT QUANTUM

The SPD identifies the potential to explore the sharing of sports provision with schools by providing community access. This is welcomed, however any reduction should not be at the expenses of other informal or formal green space.

Full text:

The attached note sets out the County Council officer comments on the Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document in response to a consultation by South Cambridgeshire District Council. Whilst local County Members have been made aware of the consultation, this response does not include their comments or considerations or those of the Economy and Environment Committee which will endorse this response at its meeting on 19th September.

This response includes the comments of the following Council services and functions:
- Transport Assessment
- Education
- County Planning Minerals and Waste
- Historic Environment
- Local Lead Flood Authority
- Public Health

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168271

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Cambridgeshire County Council

Representation:

6.6 PLANNING APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

The Planning Application Requirements section should also include the need for a Health Impact Assessment to be submitted as part of any site wide outline application as per South Cambridgeshire District Council Planning Policy.

Full text:

The attached note sets out the County Council officer comments on the Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document in response to a consultation by South Cambridgeshire District Council. Whilst local County Members have been made aware of the consultation, this response does not include their comments or considerations or those of the Economy and Environment Committee which will endorse this response at its meeting on 19th September.

This response includes the comments of the following Council services and functions:
- Transport Assessment
- Education
- County Planning Minerals and Waste
- Historic Environment
- Local Lead Flood Authority
- Public Health

Object

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168288

Received: 25/07/2019

Respondent: Mrs Helen Strutt

Representation:

6. DELIVERING THE PLACE

Infrastructure Delivery Plan

Public Transport Infrastructure (Items 5 to 8) ban buses routing through the village before starting their services, due to increased noise, vibration, pollution. Enforce 7.5T weight limit.

Highway Infrastructure (Items 11 to 15) road north to Knapwell equally vulnerable. A14 traffic. Need for S106 monies for the High Street (similar to Bourn) - minimise rat running, monitoring and traffic calming.

Object

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168291

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Ben Strutt

Representation:

6. DELIVERING THE PLACE

Infrastructure Delivery Plan

Public Transport Infrastructure (Items 5 to 8) ban buses routing through the village before starting their services, due to increased noise, vibration, pollution. Enforce 7.5T weight limit.

Highway Infrastructure (Items 11 to 15) road north to Knapwell equally vulnerable. A14 traffic. Need for S106 monies for the High Street (similar to Bourn) - minimise rat running, monitoring and traffic calming.

Object

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168292

Received: 25/07/2019

Respondent: Knapwell Parish Meeting

Representation:

6. DELIVERING THE PLACE

Infrastructure Delivery Plan

Public Transport Infrastructure (Items 5 to 8) ban buses routing through the village before starting their services, due to increased noise, vibration, pollution. Enforce 7.5T weight limit.

Highway Infrastructure (Items 11 to 15) road north to Knapwell equally vulnerable. A14 traffic. Need for S106 monies for the High Street (similar to Bourn) - minimise rat running, monitoring and traffic calming.

Attachments:

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168332

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Countryside Properties (UK) Ltd

Agent: Andrew Martin Associates

Representation:

6.2 INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY PLAN

Discussions ongoing in relation to s106 requirements CP's outline planning application. Draft SPD generally consistent. CP has following comments on specific numbered items:

Transport Infrastructure
Items 1, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15 & 16 - CP are content with these.
4. Trigger is pre-occupation. Not specified which bus stops.
13. This is correct and CP have no issue with this.

Waste, Water, Energy and Telecoms
No comments except for item No. 27. Potential feasibility and viability issues with the deployment of CHP. Recommend this paragraph is updated to amend reference to CHP to state, 'which could include a heat network where feasible and viable'.

Affordable Housing
CP are content with this.

Community Facilities
31 Does not refer to any potential dual use at school sites (same comment applies to indoor sports section on page 59)
36 School site areas are on high side of BB103 Guidance. Suggest flexibility is added e.g. c.3ha and c.4ha. Need flexibility over need for a 4FE school - site should allow for it, but SPD should allow for possibility it may not be needed, in accordance with comments received from County Council during the planning application process.
36 'Provider/partner' - be clearer that it is CCC and/or approved academy operator.
40 Inflexible language, especially given rate of change in how nursery sector operates.
41 'Description' and 'provider' - include more caveats e.g. Subject to NHS/CCG agreement etc.
42 Include caveats relating to market conditions/viability.
44 Refer to existing employment and language should be more flexible.
45 Correct measure to use when applying it to number of dwellings is "per dwelling" figure, not per household - correct figure to use is 2.7 not 2.8.
45 Developer should not be required to make contribution toward artificial pitch if they are already being provided on-site in-kind.
48 Should this reference a community trust as a potential 'partner/provider'?

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168333

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Countryside Properties (UK) Ltd

Agent: Andrew Martin Associates

Representation:

6.3 - APPROACHES TO DELIVERY

CP are generally content with this.

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168334

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Countryside Properties (UK) Ltd

Agent: Andrew Martin Associates

Representation:

6.4 - DEVELOPMENT QUANTUM

Revisions to Spatial Framework Diagram resulted in loss of 1ha of development area following revisions to the structural landscaping on eastern boundary. Reduced net residential area to 86.5ha. Council's calculation of net residential area includes village centre and neighbourhood hub that will incorporate some residential development. At an average net density of 40 dpha overall dwelling capacity is 3,460 units. If sharing sports provision with schools is agreed with LEA, potentially reduce requirement for sports provision by 4-8ha, increasing net development area, facilitating a lower net density or increase in capacity.

Essential to secure principle of dual use of sports provision within schools in order to provide flexibility in density and capacity and broaden the overall potential range of house types. Particularly important given overall relatively long timescale involved in delivering the project and in order to respond to future changes in market and economic conditions.

Figure 57 indicative land use budget refers to 'Net Area'. In relation to schools this should be gross area.

Comment

Draft Bourn Airfield Supplementary Planning Document - June 2019

Representation ID: 168335

Received: 29/07/2019

Respondent: Countryside Properties (UK) Ltd

Agent: Andrew Martin Associates

Representation:

6.6 PLANNING APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Concern that Bourn Airfield SPD has far stricter requirements for preparation and submission of planning applications, compared with Waterbeach SPD. E.g. in section 1.5 it states that "Applications that fail to demonstrate a comprehensive approach to development, as set out in this document will be refused planning permission." Unreasonable and should be deleted. Bourn SPD states the Council requires a "site wide outline planning application", but this is not possible at Bourn Airfield because the two employment sites are in different control with former ThyssenKrupp site subject to a separate planning application (that does not cover the entire site boundaries), together with other land to south.

Also refers to a Statement of Compliance. No such wording in Waterbeach SPD and CP considers this to be overprescriptive and unnecessary. SPD sets out the requirement for Design Codes and Development Briefs, not required in the Waterbeach SPD.

As Waterbeach SPD has been adopted, it sets a precedent for dealing with Bourn Airfield in a similar way. There is no reason to treat planning application requirements and delivery of Bourn Airfield any differently. Request substitute, as appropriate, wording of Waterbeach Section 6.6 into Bourn Airfield SPD.