Call for Sites Form

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Form ID: 930

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Shannon Hubbard

Yes

Land to the West of A1, Duloe

Agricultural – Arable

B645 Road & Agricultural Land

Agricultural Land

Residential Development/St Neots

Agricultural Land

Yes

Housing

Nothing chosen

400-450 Dwellings

Family houses, Older people housing

No answer given

Medium density of 26-30 dwellings per hectare.

Market housing - Owner occupied, Market housing - Private rented housing, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

An existing access is located as shown on the accompanying plan reference 48126/02/B and provides an access into the site from the B645 to the north.

Yes

No

No

No

150-200

200-450

No answer given

No answer given

This site is put forward within this representation for 400-450 dwellings and due to its size, will need to be built out on a phased basis. It is anticipated that development could start at the site in late 2025 and will be completed by 2033.

Any scheme at the site shall be accompanied by a sustainable urban drainage strategy, considering its partial location within Flood Zone 2 and seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout both operational and construction phases of development. Renewable energy will be considered as part of the design process of the proposed dwellings such as solar panelling on the roofs of dwellings.

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17.59

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+ The site is within or adjoining the urban area UAB.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

? The site is within the impact risk zone of an SSSI / Natura 2000 site

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

xx The site is more than 0.5 miles from a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

Access from B645 Road frontage. Various bus services run to Savile's Close stop some 650m east of the site. The site has a shared footway/cycleway along its frontage on the northern side of the B645, this forms part of route 12/51 on the National Cycle Network. Implementing a crossing to the existing shared footway on the north side of the B645. Proximity to existing A1 slip junction may require moving the site access further west along B645.

Nothing chosen

noise from A1

No answer given

Low risk

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 931

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Shannon Hubbard, Robinson & Hall LLP

Yes

Land to the South of Duloe (west of A1). 16.8 ha

Agricultural – Arable

Agricultural Land

Bushmead Road & Agricultural Land

A1 Trunk Road, Residential Development (St Neots)

Agricultural Lands

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

400 dwellings

Family houses, Older people housing

No answer given

Medium density of 24 dwellings per hectare, allowing for open space and landscaping to form part of any scheme at the site.

Market housing - Owner occupied, Market housing - Private rented housing, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

The current access is unsuitable/requires improvement

Appropriate access to the site would need to be created from Bushmead Road to the south, as indicated by the arrow on accompanying drawing reference 48126/A

Yes

No

No

No

100-200

200-400

No answer given

No answer given

Due to the size of the site and the scale of development proposed, it is likely that it will need to be built out on a phased basis with development starting mid 2025 and completed by late 2030, early 2031.

Any scheme at the site shall be accompanied by a sustainable urban drainage strategy and seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout development. Renewable energy will be considered as part of the design process of the proposed dwellings.

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17.14

Above

+ The site is within or adjoining the urban area UAB.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

? The site is within the impact risk zone of an SSSI / Natura 2000 site

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

xx The site is more than 0.5 miles from a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

Access from Bushmead Road on the site's southern frontage, level difference and bridge to the east over the A1 may prevent mitigation works to construct a new access and provide footway on the north side of Bushmead. Bus stops are available to the east under 400m although these currently have poor service frequency, stops within 1km have twice hourly services on the Great North Rd. Bushmead Rd forms part of National Cycle Network and provides a low traffic route into Eaton Socon. Implement footway on Bushmead Rd and or a crossing to tie into existing footway over the bridge to the east. Footway would also have to be implemented further east of the bridge to tie into the existing footway adjacent to Monarch Rd. Footway on bridge to be widened.

Nothing chosen

noise from the A1

No answer given

Low risk

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 932

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land at School Approach, Sharnbrook

Agricultural

Education

Agricultural land

Residential and HIghway

Agricultural land and existing planting

No

Housing

Housing, All other types

104

Family houses

No answer given

35 dwellings per net ha

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2.94 ha (Drop-off Facility)

Provision of drop-off facilities for public transport serving the Sharnbrook Academy, The submitted details also make a substantial allowance for additional structural planting.

Suitable access is achievable

Access can be achieved via School Approach and off Odell Road

Yes

No

No

No

75

25

No answer given

No answer given

During 2025/26 based on the following indicative timeframe: - Submission and determination of application – Q1 2024/25 - Sale of Site - Q3 2024/25 - Reserved Matters Application – Q4 2024/25 - Commencement Q2 2025/26 Development timeframe assumes full build out by 2029/30 (c.25-30 completions per annum) Note that this timeframe can be achieved cumulatively with delivery of the same landowner’s interests South of Odell Road. This timetable assumes no further progress with site assessment and potential allocation through the Sharnbrook Neighbourhood Plan

The settlement of Sharnbrook provides a good range of local services and facilities and includes a post office, convenience store, a pharmacy, restaurants, cafes, public houses, a Sharnbrook Primary School and Sharnbrook Academy, which has a ‘good’ ofsted rating, hence its designation as a Key Service Centre. The site is well-located immediately adjacent the existing settlement form and would offer easy access to new and existing facilities on foot or by cycling as part of seeking to encourage model shift. Sharnbrook is also served by several bus routes, including bus route 50 (Bedford – Kettering) and bus route 51 (Bedford – Rushden). Development of this site would have particular regard to the environment and biodiversity within it and through suitable mitigation measures would ensure the site is future proofed. Additionally, proposals would incorporate landscaping and open spaces, including suitable tree planting and through design, layout and orientation maximise the principles of sustainable design.

10.35

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? The site is within or adjoining a defined settlement policy area or within the built form of a small settlement.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

? The site is within the impact risk zone of an SSSI / Natura 2000 site

x Protected species could be affected.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

? The classification of the site is not known or it is not clear whether is classified as grade 3a or 3b.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

The site is located on the western side of Odell Road and School Approach, in the village of Sharnbrook approximately 9 miles north of Bedford town centre. Access points are located on School Approach and Odell Road. Congestion in the vicinity is limited to school start and finish times. The nearest bus stop facilities are located approximately 700m east of the site on Odell Road. There is no footway serving the site. There are no specific provisions made for cyclists although they can use the carriageway. A Transport Assessment will be required to identify the impact of traffic on Odell Road as well as the Odell Road/School Approach roundabout. The proposal will require a road to adopted standards in accordance with Bedford Borough Council's highway standards in terms of accommodating the carriageway/footway widths and the required radius kerbs. A 2m footway would be necessary serving the site. At the north side of the site the Odell Road speed limit could be reduced. Consideration of a bus stop and or route entering the site in order to make any dwellings at the extreme end of the site boundary more accessible to the bus service.

Nothing chosen

noise from santa pod

No answer given

High risk allocation

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 933

Land owner

No answer given

N/A

Land at Grange Farm, Cople, Bedford

Agricultural storage

Playing field, School

Residential

Playing field, School

Playing field, School

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

12

Family houses, Self-build/Custom build homes, Older people housing

No answer given

9 dph

Market housing - Owner occupied, Market housing - Private rented housing, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Existing access on Grange Lane

Yes

Don't know

No

Yes

X

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2021/22

Where ever possible eco friendly measures will be adopted during planning and building

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1.3

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? The site is within or adjoining a defined settlement policy area or within the built form of a small settlement.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

? Part of a site is within flood zone 2 or 3 but the area proposed for development is in flood zone 1.

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

Access as existing onto Grange Lane. Some traffic in the area but unlikely to be affected by a development of this size. There is a bus stop directly outside the site with the 74 bus connecting to Bedford once an hour. There is a perfectly adequate pavement directly outside the site, however it does change sides of the road just a few metres down with no pedestrian crossing to assist. There is no specific cycle connectivity however cycling towards the A421 via Cardington connects to a traffic-free cycle route on the edge of Bedford taking you towards the centre. Improve the ability for pedestrians to cross the road where the pavement changes the side it is on. This could be a full pedestrian crossing, or just a pedestrian refuge, speed humps etc.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns, supplanting grange farm

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Part of the site falls within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 934

Land owner

No answer given

Yes

Mollivers Oakley Road Bromham Bedfordshire

Agricultural

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Yes

Housing

Housing, Employment, All other types

500+

Nothing chosen

No answer given

35 dph

Market housing - Owner occupied

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

School site for Lower or Upper Reservoir velodrome or skate park

1.School site 2.Reservoir 3.Velodrome/skate park

Suitable access is achievable

No answer given

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2020/21

We would look to meet or exceed the energy standards set out on the building regulations as expressed in section 51s in the local plan. We would achieve this by utilising renewable energy sources such as solar and wind, as well as installing ground source heat pumps and additional water saving measures. In Addition to these measures ensuring that the dwellings are very well insulated throughout will further reduce the carbon footprint.

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23.95

Above

x The site is not within or adjoining the urban area or a defined settlement policy area, or within the built form of a small settlement

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

xx Protected species recorded on the site

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The site is separated from a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

0 The site is located within a source protection zone but the proposed use is unlikely to be a risk to water supplies.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

The site is located west of Oakley Road and Church Lane north of Bromham area approximately 4 miles northwest of Bedford town centre. Access to the site is feasible from Oakley Road, which is a 40mph road along the frontage of the site. Oakley Road and the junction with Park Road/Church Lane/Oakley Road experience some moderate congestion and this scale of development could exacerbate any issues. The closest bus stop is located approximately 400m south of the site. There are no footways or formal cycle lanes outside of the site. A Transport Asssessment would be needed to assess the impact of the development on the highway network, especially on Oakley Road and on the Park Road/Church Lane/Oakley Road junction, and recommend satisfactory facilities for both pedestrians and cyclists. Given the number of homes proposed, it is likely that more than one access point will be necessary off Oakley Road. The proposal will require roads to adoptable standards in accordance with Bedford Borough Council's highway standards in terms of accommodating the carriageway/footway widths and the required radius kerbs. Potential signalisation of the junction of Park Road/Church Lane/Oakley Road would be necessary to mitigate the traffic increase. Potential reduction of the speed limit of Oakley Road along the frontage of the site to 30mph.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Does not pose risk

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 935

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land south of Church End, Renhold

Agricultural land used for arable/cultivation purposes

Residential and primary school

Agricultural with Bedford built form beyond

Residential

Agricultural

No

Housing

Employment

30-40 dwellings

Family houses, Self-build/Custom build homes

No answer given

10 dph

Market housing - Owner occupied, Market housing - Private rented housing, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

car parking for Renhold Lower School

Car Park for Renhold Lower School use to ease congestion along Church End.

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

See drawing attached. Satisfactory vehicular and pedestrian visibilities are available from both directions along Church End.

Yes

No

No

No

15-18

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Given the site is not subject to any physical, environmental, or legal constraints that would hinder development it is anticipated that development could early in the plan period – 2024/2025

Any scheme at the site shall be accompanied by a sustainable urban drainage strategy to mitigate against any potential future flood risk and seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout both the construction and operational phases of the development. Renewable energy will be considered as part of the detailed design process of the proposed dwellings. The site lies within walking distance of Bedford, utilising the existing public rights of way network.

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4.95

Above

x The site is not within or adjoining the urban area or a defined settlement policy area, or within the built form of a small settlement

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

0 The site is not within or adjoining the green infrastructure opportunity network or the impact of the proposal is neutral.

0 No renewable energy generation scheme included and efficiency standards that meet normal standards.

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

0 Proposal is not employment related.

0 Proposal does not include a main town centre use.

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

Two existing accesses present along Church End. There is some moderate congestion along Church End during peak hours and lunchtimes, and additional traffic generation from this development may have some impact on the local network. The nearest bus stop is adjacent to the existing access opposite 12-14 Church End. This bus stop serves number 27 which operates <1 bus per hour daily loop. No cycle connectivity is provided in the area. It is proposed to potentially provide a pedestrian crossing to the footway on the opposite side of the carriageway- this existing footway should also be upgraded and widened if possible. Potential for on-street non-segregated cycle connectivity. 27 bus service in the area would benefit from increased frequency.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 936

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Sam Franklin, Landscope

Yes

Lorna's Field Pavenham Road Pavenham Bedford

Agricultural

Holiday Park

Agricultural

Holiday park / Agricultural

Residential

No

All other types

Nothing chosen

Improved access to existing and additional mobile homes (not C3)

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Not stated

The proposal is to create a new and improved access for an established facility with appropriate landscaping adjacent to the highway to act as a visual screen. To then provide additional mobile home pitches on the northern and d eastern sides of the site with amentity and recreational areas between the new and the existing residential area of Close Road.

Suitable access is achievable

A new access for the existing holiday park will be incorporated into the access for the site. The access point with the Pavenham Road will be to the east of the Close road junction using the existing field access.

Yes

No

No

No

20

10

10

10

No answer given

By providing high class accommodation and amenties in a rural location locally envcouraging people to holiday in the UK rather than addining to global warming by travelling abroad.

4.42

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x The site is not within or adjoining the urban area or a defined settlement policy area, or within the built form of a small settlement

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

x The site is within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

xx The site is more than 0.5 miles from a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

x The site is located within a source protection zone and the proposed use could harm water supplies eg because it is an industrial use

? Part of a site is within flood zone 2 or 3 but the area proposed for development is in flood zone 1.

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

Access onto Pavenham Rd is well suited and more visible than the old access point. Little to no traffic in the area. There is a bus stop 50m from the proposed access point but it only has 4-5 services per day. There is a pavement along the site frontage which connects to the nearby bus stops and Pavenham village to the west. The footpath is paved and smooth but is narrow, about 1m wide. There is no specific cycle connectivity but the road is generally quiet. Provide a connection to the existing pavement along the frontage of the site. Consider reducing the speed limit on Pavenham Rd between the site and Pavenham from 40 to 30mph to better facilitate cycling.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 937

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land north of Church Road, Colmworth

Field

Field and Colmworth Village Hall

Land associated with farmyard

Church Road

Field

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

5-8 dwellings

Family houses

No answer given

10-15 dph (at net developable area of circa 50%)

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Access to the site can be achieved off Church Road. This has been marked on the submitted site location plan.

Yes

No

No

No

5-8

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2023

The site would contribute towards ensuring that local housing needs of the area can be met. The site is in walking distance of the centre of the village which has a range of facilities including a village hall, a nursery group, Church of St Denys Colmworth, and a dog groomer. The 28A bus service provides public transport connections to Bedford and Little Staughton and new residents to the village will support the viability of this route. Landscape enhancements, open space and SUDS would be included as part of a development scheme enhancing the existing value of the site including the creation of new habitats. Existing trees and landscaping features would be conserved and enhanced where possible. The development will be constructed to a high standard with opportunities for the layout, building orientation and massing of the development, along with the landscaping, to be utilised to minimise energy consumption.

0.96

Above

x The site is not within or adjoining the urban area or a defined settlement policy area, or within the built form of a small settlement

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The site is separated from a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

Access onto Church Rd. Very light traffic in the area and the proposed access point seems suitable. There is a bus stop on Church Rd outside the site with approx 4 services per day. The stop is not visible though so could be incorporated into the frontage of the site to improve visibility of it. Pedestrian access could be achieved by connecting to pavement ending at the village hall in the NE corner of the site. No cycle connectivity but quiet roads allow reasonable cycle access to St Neots. Accommodate existing bus stop into frontage of the site. Connect into footway in the NE and widen if possible.

Nothing chosen

whilst activity from farm yard to south may be significant, development still possible

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 938

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Sam Franklin, Landscope Land and Property Ltd

Yes

Golf Course Bedford Road Pavenham Bedfordshire MK43 7PF

Golf Course

Not stated

Not stated

Not stated

Not stated

Yes

All other types

Nothing chosen

Holiday Lodges + Administration building

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

8-10 lodges plus

Holiday Lodges + Administration building

Don't know

This section has been left blank

Yes

No

No

Yes

5 lodges + admin building

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2020/21

We would look to meet or exceed the energy standards set out on the building regulations as expressed in section 51s in the local plan. We would achieve this by utilising renewable energy sources such as solar and wind, as well as installing ground source heat pumps and additional water saving measures. In Addition to these measures ensuring that the buildings are very well insulated throughout will further reduce the carbon footprint

1.02

Above

x The site is not within or adjoining the urban area or a defined settlement policy area, or within the built form of a small settlement

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

x Protected species could be affected.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The site is separated from a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

? The classification of the site is not known or it is not clear whether is classified as grade 3a or 3b.

x The site is located within a source protection zone and the proposed use could harm water supplies eg because it is an industrial use

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

The site is located on the north side of Pavenham Road in the village of Pavenham approximately 5 miles northwest of Bedford town centre. Access to the site is feasible from Pavenham Road, which is a 40mph road with no significant traffic congestion. The proposal would cause minor traffic problems in the network. The nearest bus stop is located 400m from the site access point. There is a footway of 1.8m serving access point on Pavenham Road. The access point of the site would need widening to handle the increased traffic. Speed restrictions on Pavenham Rd could be investigated. Improved bus transport services.

Nothing chosen

no information on proposed types, employment may introduce noise to the area

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 939

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land at Poplars Farm, Wymington

Agricultural yard with B8 use and surrounding agricultural land

Agricultural

Highway

Agricultural

Residential/settlement boundary

Yes

Housing

Nothing chosen

128

Family houses, Older people housing

No answer given

30 dph with a net developable site area of 55%

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

The site has two existing vehicle accesses onto Wymington Lane

Yes

No

No

No

128

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2025

• Restriction of water use to 110 litres per person per day • Achieve a 19% reduction in carbon emissions below the Building Regulation requirement. • at least 10% of energy requirements from decentralised and renewable or low-carbon energy sources provided that this does not make the development unviable. • Electric vehicle charging points

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7.81

Above

? The site is within or adjoining a defined settlement policy area or within the built form of a small settlement.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

xx Protected species recorded on the site

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

xx The proposal has the potential to cause very high harm (which may reach the level of substantial harm) to a heritage asset. Development with this level of impact will be removed from further consideration unless it can be demonstrated that the harm can be avoided, mitigated or outweighed by substantial public benefits.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

? The classification of the site is not known or it is not clear whether is classified as grade 3a or 3b.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

High risk allocation

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 940

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land south of Honeydon Road, Colmworth

Field

Honeydon Road and on the other side of this there is residential properties and fields

Colmworth Country Park

Honeydon Road and a residential property

residential properties

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

50

Family houses

No answer given

20 dwellings per hectare (at a net developable area of circa 50%)

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Access to the site can be achieved off Honeydon Road. This has been marked on the submitted site location plan.

Yes

No

No

No

50

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2023

The site would contribute towards ensuring that local housing needs of the area can be met. The site is in walking distance of the centre of the village which has a range of facilities including a village hall, a nursery group, Church of St Denys Colmworth, and a dog groomer. The 28A bus service provides public transport connections to Bedford and Little Staughton and new residents to the village will support the viability of this route. Landscape enhancements, open space and SUDS would be included as part of a development scheme enhancing the existing value of the site including the creation of new habitats. Existing trees and landscaping features would be conserved and enhanced where possible. The development will be constructed to a high standard with opportunities for the layout, building orientation and massing of the development, along with the landscaping, to be utilised to minimise energy consumption.

4.87

Above

? The site is within or adjoining a defined settlement policy area or within the built form of a small settlement.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

x Serious capacity constraint

The site is located south of Honeydon Road in the village of Colmworth approximately 7.5 miles northeast of Bedford town centre. Access to the site is feasible via Honeydon Road. Given the narrow width of Honeydon Road, the proposal would likely cause congestion issues. The nearest bus stop is 160m northwest of the site in Little Staughton Road. There are no footways or formal cycle lanes outside of the site. Cycling is possible only by using the road surface. Increase of the Honeydon Road width as well as footways in both sides of the road would be necessary for the development, however this is unlikely to be feasible given obstructions on both side of the road to the west of the site, and the likely high cost.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 941

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Suzi Green, Bidwells.

Yes

Land to the west of Bedfordshire Police Headquarters, Kempston 4.601 ha

Field

Playing field and residential homes

Woburn Road and land associated with the residential development to the west

Bedford Police Headquarters

new residential development

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

100 dwellings

Family houses, Flats

No answer given

40 dwellings per hectare (based on a net developable area of 50%)

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

An access point off Woburn Road was consented in May 2020 as part of a full planning application for a new police custody suite (application ref: 20/00278/MAF). The road which connects to this access is within the same ownership as the site being submitted. My client supports the use of this as a means of access to development on this site

Yes

No

No

No

100

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2023

The site would contribute towards ensuring that the housing needs of the area can be met within the urban area of Kempston, a highly sustainable location. The site is in walking distance of Woburn Road Industrial Estate which is a major employment area, a number of schools and services. The site is well served by public transport reducing the reliance on the car. Landscape enhancements, open space and SUDS would be included as part of a development scheme enhancing the existing value of the site including the creation of new habitats. Existing trees and landscaping features would be conserved and enhanced where possible. The development will be constructed to the highest standards with opportunities for the layout, building orientation and massing of the development, along with the landscaping, to be utilised to minimise energy consumption.

4.68

Above

+ The site is within or adjoining the urban area UAB.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The site is separated from a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not on best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

? Potential access requiring mitigation

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

The potential access point of the site is via Woburn Road. The closest bus stop located 700m from the site. The footway on Woburn Road is 1.5m and there is no provision for cyclists. A Transport Assessment (TA) will be required to identify the impact of traffic and for satisfactory facilities for both pedestrians and cyclists. Re-design or potential convert to signalise junction of the roundabout Woburn Road/Wolseley Road suggested to mitigate the increase of traffic in the area.

Nothing chosen

only noise concerns would be police station itself

No answer given

Does not pose risk

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 942

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Andrew Parry, DLP Planning Ltd

Yes

Greyfriars Police Station

Redundant Police Station (Sui Generis)

Residential

Retail

Residential

Highways land / Bus Station

Yes

Housing

Retail

100+ dwellings

Flats

No answer given

Approx 200dph+

Market housing - Owner occupied, Market housing - Private rented housing, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

TBC

Up to 1,000sqm

Up to 1,000sqm Open Space in accordance with Town Centre Masterplan

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Greyfriars (Primary Access), Priory Street (Secondary Access)

Yes

Yes

No

No

200+

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2022/2023

The site exhibits a highly sustainable location and is very well located close to the key public transport networks and services and facilities within the Town Centre. The use of the private car will therefore be minimised as much as possible. In principle the development of the site will set out to meet the requirements of Policy 51S and Policy 54 in terms of energy efficiency. Additionally, proposals would incorporate landscaping and open spaces, including suitable tree planting and through design, layout and orientation maximise the principles of sustainable design.

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4.68

Above

+ The site is within or adjoining the urban area UAB.

xx The site is within the air quality management area

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

0 The site is not within or adjoining the green infrastructure opportunity network or the impact of the proposal is neutral.

0 No renewable energy generation scheme included and efficiency standards that meet normal standards.

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

+ Proposal includes permanent economic and employment opportunities.

+ Proposal includes a main town centre use in or on the edge of a town centre.

N/A in UAB

+ All or a majority of the site is previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not on best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

? Part of a site is within flood zone 2 or 3 but the area proposed for development is in flood zone 1.

? Potential access requiring mitigation

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

Primary access on Greyfriars is very close to a junction which could create a safety problem if large numbers of vehicles are using it. Secondary access is on Priory Street which is very narrow so also wouldn't be suitable for large numbers of cars. Most roads in the area show moderate traffic throughout the day with the potential for this to easily become heavy traffic if more vehicles are added. As the site is an old police station there are several good pedestrian access points to the site and good pedestrian infrastructure connecting to the bus station opposite, which has several bus services with 4+ services per hour for each. An on-road non-segregated cycle lane is directly outside the site. Vehicle access and road capacity is generally poor but due to the location opposite the bus station and with good walking and cycling links, it would be reasonable to limit car usage. Car parking should be limited to a very small number (i.e. disabled parking only) and should mainly use the Greyfriars access to the site.

Nothing chosen

noise from roundabout road traffic, bus depot and nearby commercial sources

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 943

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land south of High Street, Wymington

Residential garden land

Highway

Agricultural

Agricultural

Agricultural

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

36

Family houses, Older people housing

No answer given

30 dwellings per hectare at a net developable site area of 80%

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

Affordable housing at +30%

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

The land has an existing access onto High Street/Wymington lane

Yes

No

No

No

36

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2025

• Restriction of water use to 110 litres per person per day • Achieve a 19% reduction in carbon emissions below the Building Regulation requirement. • Electric charging points • Appropriate layout, design and landscaping

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1.63

Above

? The site is within or adjoining a defined settlement policy area or within the built form of a small settlement.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

xx Protected species recorded on the site

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

? The classification of the site is not known or it is not clear whether is classified as grade 3a or 3b.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

The development proposes to build residential houses and old people homes on currently residential garden land, just East of the built-up area of Wymington. Access will be provided via Wymington Lane, a single carriageway with a footpath on the southern (development-facing) side of the road and no cycle path in the vicinity. Wymington Lane normally carries light traffic but some congestion occurs in the morning peak on most days and in the evening peak on some days of the week, however is unlikely to be made significantly worse by this scale of development. The footpath outside the site is wide and appears newly surfaced. The closest bus stop is 150m away serving buses 25 and 50, at less than an hour frequency. Bus 50 seems to be not currently in service. Cycle connection improvements would be recommended, either via shared path or on-street markings.

Nothing chosen

noise and odour goosey lodge to be considered

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 944

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land north of Markham Rise, Bedford

Agricultural land used for arable/cultivation purposes

Agricultural

Residential

Crematorium/Burial Ground

Agricultural

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

250 dwellings

Family houses, Self-build/Custom build homes

No answer given

A medium density of approximately 16 dwellings per hectare has been assumed at the site.

Market housing - Owner occupied, Market housing - Private rented housing, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

The current access is unsuitable/requires improvement

See drawing attached showing access points achievable to the public highway in the existing neighbouring development

Yes

No

No

No

150

100

No answer given

No answer given

The site is available and deliverable in the near future. The site owner is committed to developing the site. This was additionally demonstrated through the submissions to the previous call for sites exercises. The site comprises relatively flat agricultural land across its entirety. There are no known drainage or contamination issues and development could come forward very early in the plan period. There are no constraints that would hinder the consistent delivery of dwellings over a 5-10-year period. Depending on the resulting scale of development there would likely be a need to front-load the phased delivery of a number of the market units to ensure that the majority of the proposed community benefits can be delivered early on in the scheme’s delivery. It is anticipated that development could commence on site in 2025 with completion anticipated by 2034.

Any scheme at the site shall be accompanied by a sustainable urban drainage strategy to mitigate against any potential future flood risk and seek to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout both the construction and operational phases of the development. Renewable energy will be considered as part of the detailed design process of the proposed dwellings. The site lies within walking distance of Bedford, utilising the existing public rights of way network and reducing the need for use of the private car.

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15.26

Above

+ The site is within or adjoining the urban area UAB.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

x The site is within a green infrastructure opportunity network but is likely to compromise the network.

0 No renewable energy generation scheme included and efficiency standards that meet normal standards.

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

0 Proposal is not employment related.

0 Proposal does not include a main town centre use.

N/A in UAB

+ All or a majority of the site is previously developed land as defined in the NPPF., x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

? The classification of the site is not known or it is not clear whether is classified as grade 3a or 3b.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

? Part of a site is within flood zone 2 or 3 but the area proposed for development is in flood zone 1.

+ No access constraints

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

The site located north of Markham Rise approximately 4.2 miles northeast of Bedford town centre. The access to the site would be via existing developments off the Markham Rise and Appledine Way. Existing traffic along Norse Road and at the Norse Road/Markham Rise roundabout appears light, however the impact of this further development would need to be assessed. The closest bus stop is on Norse Road approximately 450m from the site. There are 2m footways on Markham Rise, but the area is under development and its not clear how the entrance of the site would look. Cycling is possible via shared pedestrian/cycle paths along Norse Road. Given the significant scale of proposals, roads to adoptable standards are required in accordance with Bedford Borough Council's highway standard. A Transport Assessment will be required to identify the impact of traffic and provision of satisfactory facilities for both pedestrians and cyclists and public transport. A connection from the proposed development to existing shared footway/cycle paths on Norse Road would be expected.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Does not pose risk

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 945

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Alistair Hoyle

Yes

Land at Stewartby Landfill Site 2.9 ha

Existing hard standing and waste transfer station

Former landfill site, Veolia hazardous waste transfer station

Kimberley Sixth Form College and Stewartby Lake

Stewartby Brickworks

Former landfill site

Yes

Employment

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

B2 / B8

12,000 m2

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

The existing access to the site can be utilised to serve the development.

Yes

No

No

No

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2023

Solar panels will be included within the proposals to provide power generation Small scale wind power would also be considered

3.27

Above

x The site is not within or adjoining the urban area or a defined settlement policy area, or within the built form of a small settlement

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

x The site is within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

x Protected species could be affected.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

N/A in UAB

Nothing chosen

+ The site is not on best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

? Part of a site is within flood zone 2 or 3 but the area proposed for development is in flood zone 1.

+ No access constraints

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

Access to the site is feasible from Green Lane. The site will be intensified in use and the traffic generated by the development may cause traffic levels over the level of railway crossing to increase greatly. The nearest rail stop is "Stewartby", 600m from the site. A shared footway/cycleway of approximately 3m in width on the east side of Green Lane is present from Kimberley College and continuing up to the level railway crossing, however does not connect to the site itself. A public footpath is also present on the east side of Green Lane. A Transport Assessment (TA) will be required to set out the traffic generation and identify mitigation measures as well as improvements to sustainable modes of transport including walking, cycling and the use of public transport. This will include extending pedestrian and cycle connectivity along Green Lane to the site access and/or providing a crossing to the footpath on the west side of Green Lane.

Nothing chosen

Consideration to be given to stewartby brickworks development and any impact of the employement on NSP devlopment

Proposed use located within the office / weighbridge area of landfill site and encompasses existing permanent hazardous waste transfer operation operated by a different company.

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 946

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land west of Rushden Road, Wymington

Agriculture

Green Lane, Agriculture

Network Rail compound

Rushden Road

Agriculture

No

Housing

Housing

98

Family houses

No answer given

30 dwellings per hectare with a net developable site area of 60%

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Existing access onto Rushden Road

Yes

No

No

No

98

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2025

• Restriction of water use to 110 litres per person per day • Achieve a 19% reduction in carbon emissions below the Building Regulation requirement. • at least 10% of energy requirements from decentralised and renewable or low-carbon energy sources provided that this does not make the development unviable. • Electric vehicle charging points

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5.68

Above

? The site is within or adjoining a defined settlement policy area or within the built form of a small settlement.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

xx Protected species recorded on the site

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

? The classification of the site is not known or it is not clear whether is classified as grade 3a or 3b.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

? Part of a site is within flood zone 2 or 3 but the area proposed for development is in flood zone 1.

? Potential access requiring mitigation

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

The site is located on land west side of Rushden Road in the village of Wymington approximately 15 miles north of Bedford town centre. The site abuts onto Rushden Road opposite the existing junction with Manor Lane. Access will be provided to Rushden Road, an adopted and classified road comprising of a single carriageway with grass verge outside the site but footway on the opposite side, subject of 30mph. Rushden Road normally carries light traffic but some congestion occurs in the peak hours. The footpath on the other side of the road is narrow and not of the best quality.There is no cycle path in the vicinity and the closest bus stop is 120m away from the site entrance, serving buses 25 and 50, at less than an hour frequency. Bus 50 seems to be not currently in service. A Transport Assessment would be required to ascertain the impact of the development on the local road network. Cycle connection improvements would be recommended as well as improvement of the pedestrian facilities, such as widening and improving the quality of the footpath, but at the least providing safe crossing from the development.

Nothing chosen

rail noise to be considered

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Part of the site falls within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 947

Other (please specify)

Please contact Agent: Alistair Hoyle, Axis PED Ltd

Yes

Land west of Wilstead Road, Elstow. 42 ha

Unrestored Former clay workings

Council owned former landfill

Council owned former landfill

Care home

Railway line and aggregate railhead facility

No

Employment

Retail

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

B2 / B8

120,000m2

Retail / commercial development adjacent to services to the north

Not stated

Not stated

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

The existing access to the south east of the site could be utilised, FCC propose to include a new access off the roundabout to the north east of the site. Please see Figure 2 Parameters Plan.pdf in Attachments.

Yes

No

No

No

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2029

Solar panels will be included within the proposals to provide power generation Small scale wind power would also be considered

38.32

Above

+ The site is within or adjoining the urban area UAB.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

x The site is within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

x Protected species could be affected.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

x The site is within a green infrastructure opportunity network but is likely to compromise the network.

0 No renewable energy generation scheme included and efficiency standards that meet normal standards.

+ The proposal is likely to have a moderate beneficial effect upon the significance of heritage assets including Heritage Assets at Risk, or its optimum viable and sustainable use., x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

+ Proposal includes permanent economic and employment opportunities.

0 Proposal does not include a main town centre use.

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not on best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

x The majority of the site is within flood zone 2.

? Potential access requiring mitigation

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

Access will be from Wilstead Rd at the south of the site, where the existing access is, as well as off the Wilstead Rd exit of the A6 roundabout in the NE of the site. Proposals also appear to include potential provision of a link road from the B530, across the rail line to the west of the site. Roads in the area, particularly the A6 and A421 show little if any traffic, however the scale of the site may contribute to future traffic issues. The 81 bus passes along Wilstead Rd serving Luton and Bedford once an hour, however it does not currently stop nearby. There is an existing, wide shared pedestrian and cycle path running along Wilstead Rd, however it is on the opposite side of the road from the development. Futher assessment may be required of suitability of future potential accesses and the impact on future traffic congestion, considering the scale of the development. New link road proposed as part of the development. Install a bus stop near the site entrance for the existing bus service which passes through to be able to serve the site. Install pedestrian crossings to allow access from the site to the existing pedestrian and cycle path on Wilstead Rd.

Nothing chosen

proposal is retail and should not be insurmountable for any nearby NSP depending on use class

On site of former quarry and lakes. Discussions have been taking place with landowner for filling of void with inert waste. Planning application expected sometime in 2021.

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 948

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land at Kempston Church End

Green field and vicarage

Field

Box End Road

Church End Road

Field

Yes

Housing

Nothing chosen

5-6 dwellings

Family houses

No answer given

No answer given

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Access to the site can be achieved off Church End Road. This has been marked on the submitted site location plan.

Yes

No

No

No

5-6

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2023

The site would contribute towards ensuring that local housing needs of the area can be met. Church End has a church, a nursery school and is located adjacent to Great Denham Country Park. The site is in walking distance of a number of key services in Kempston including Kempston Challenger Academy, Ridgeway School, Balliol Primary School, a Lidl, a takeaway and a number of employment opportunities. The site is also located near to the new development at Great Denham (which includes a Sainsburys Local, a community hall, a vet and a new primary school). Given the proximity of this site to nearby facilities and the main town of Bedford, it represents a highly sustainable site for development and will introduce new residents to support the sustainability of this hamlet. Landscape enhancements, open space and SUDS would be included as part of a development scheme enhancing the existing value of the site including the creation of new habitats. Existing trees and landscaping features would be conserved and enhanced where possible. The development will be constructed to a high standard with opportunities for the layout, building orientation and massing of the development, along with the landscaping, to be utilised to minimise energy consumption.

0.59

Above

x The site is not within or adjoining the urban area or a defined settlement policy area, or within the built form of a small settlement

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

x The site is within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

xx Protected species recorded on the site

? Uncertain or insufficient information

x The site is within a green infrastructure opportunity network but is likely to compromise the network.

0 No renewable energy generation scheme included and efficiency standards that meet normal standards.

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

0 Proposal is not employment related.

0 Proposal does not include a main town centre use.

x The site is separated from a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

? The classification of the site is not known or it is not clear whether is classified as grade 3a or 3b.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

Access already exists off Church End Road. There are 3 bus services per hour 600m from the site and a shared pedestrian/cycle path 250m from the site. Existing access does not link to a footway but there is space to construct a footway to connect the site to an existing footway 70m away.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Entire site falls within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 949

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land at Little Staughton

Paddock land

Land and then fields

Fields

Residential

strong tree line and then fields

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

12

Family houses

No answer given

15 dwellings per hectare (based on a net developable area of circa 50%)

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Access to the site can be achieved off the adjoining lane. This is indicated on the submitted site location plan.

Yes

No

No

No

12

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2023

The site would contribute towards ensuring that local housing needs of the area can be met. The site is in walking distance of the centre of the village. The village has facilities such as a village hall, All Saints Church, a local mechanic, a farm store and the Crown Inn pub. The 28A bus service provides a limited service, with connections to and from Bedford three times a day. Landscape enhancements, open space and SUDS would be included as part of a development scheme enhancing the existing value of the site including the creation of new habitats. Existing trees and landscaping features would be conserved and enhanced where possible. The development will be constructed to a high standard with opportunities for the layout, building orientation and massing of the development, along with the landscaping, to be utilised to minimise energy consumption.

1.57

Above

? The site is within or adjoining a defined settlement policy area or within the built form of a small settlement.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

x Protected species could be affected.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

Access onto unnamed road on the north frontage of the site. No traffic in the area. There is a bus stop within 200m with 4 services per day to Bedford, however there is currently no pedestrian access to this stop. The existing pavement along the unnamed road north of the site will need to be extended approx 50m to provide pedestrian access. No specific cycle connectivity but there are several quiet roads and bike-friendly PRoWs in the area. Pedestrian access will need to be provided by extending the existing pavement on the unnamed road north of the site approx 50m to connect the site. The speed limit changes from 30 to 40mph along the frontage of the site, it would be advisable for the location of the change down to 30mph to be moved so that the whole frontage is within a 30mph zone.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 951

Land owner

No answer given

Yes

Land west of A1, Wyboston

Agricultural/Residential (No. 48 The Lane)/Vehicle Workshop/Garage

Agriculture/Sub-station

Agriculture/Residential/hauliers

A1 trunk road/Leisure/Residential/Employment

Residential

Yes

All other types

Employment, Retail

485

Family houses, Flats

No answer given

35 dph

Market housing - Owner occupied, Market housing - Private rented housing, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership, Other

regard will be had to NPPF Annex 2 definition of Affordable Housing at the time a planning application is submitted.

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Class B1 (light industrial), B2 (General industrial), B8 (Storage and distribution)

550,100 sqft/51,106 sqm (11.1 ha)

Mixed use local centre: Class A1, A2, A3, A4, A5

No answer given

1.9 ha

No answer given

Provision for community uses (D1) to be made within local centre. In total 1.9 ha is available for the local centre.

No answer given

The current access is unsuitable/requires improvement

2 access points are proposed: (i) Via No. 48 The Lane (existing dwelling to be demolished); and (ii) Direct off the A1 via a new junction. Plans are appended to the Statement to inform the Call for Sites Submission.

Yes

No

No

No

200

285

No answer given

No answer given

2025

See Statement to Inform the Call for Sites Submission

41.00

Above

? The site is within or adjoining a defined settlement policy area or within the built form of a small settlement.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

+ The site is not within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

x Protected species could be affected.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

x The majority of the site is within flood zone 2.

x Serious access constraint wider impacts

+ No capacity issues

The site is located on the west side of A1, which is a trunk road, in the village of Wyboston approximately 10 miles north-east of Bedford town centre. The curent access on the site is unsuitable and it requires improvement. The proposal could cause moderate problems in the traffic/highway capacity of A1 road and The Lane. The nearest bus stop is approximately 320m from the southern access to the site. An existing foot/cycleway extends from Lakes Autos along the eastern site boundary and crosses under the A1 into the Eaton Socon Industrial Estate. From the A1 underpass, there are footpath routes to the west to Northfield Road and Wyboston to the southwest. Two new access points are proposed via the no. 48 south entrance, where an existing dwelling is proposed to be demolished, and direct off the A1 via a new junction. However, The Lane is due to be stopped up under the HE proposals and hence there will be no direct access onto the A1 here. A replacement access road will be constructed to the west of the residential properties. The other proposed access (from the curved slip road) is not considered suitable for an access point.

Nothing chosen

noise from A1 would affect housing all other uses would affect existing premises in wyboston

No answer given

Does not pose risk

Part of the site falls within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 972

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land north of Thurleigh Road, Milton Ernest

Field and vicarage

Fields

Thurleigh Road

Residential properties

Wooded area and a field

Yes

Housing

Nothing chosen

22

Family houses

No answer given

No answer given

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent, Affordable Housing - Shared ownership

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Access to the site can be achieved off Thurleigh Road. This has been marked on the submitted site location plan.

Yes

No

No

No

22

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2023

The site would contribute towards ensuring that local housing needs of the area can be met. The site is in walking distance of services within the village including a village hall, Milton Ernest VC Lower School, All Saints Church, the Queen’s Head, a second-hand furniture shop, a garden centre (including a post office and food shop), some light-industrial employment, a care home and a car wash. Bus services 22, 50, 825 and VL4 provide public hourly transport connections to Bedford and Rushden. New residents will support the viability of existing services which are located in the village. Landscape enhancements, open space and SUDS would be included as part of a development scheme enhancing the existing value of the site including the creation of new habitats. Existing trees and landscaping features would be conserved and enhanced where possible. The development will be constructed to a high standard with opportunities for the layout, building orientation and massing of the development, along with the landscaping, to be utilised to minimise energy consumption.

2.18

Above

? The site is within or adjoining a defined settlement policy area or within the built form of a small settlement.

+ The site is not within or adjoining the air quality management area.

x The site is within or adjoining a site of nature conservation importance

? Uncertain or insufficient information.

? Uncertain or insufficient information

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

x The proposal has the potential to cause harm to heritage assets. This harm may range from low to high. There may be options to avoid, reduce or mitigate this harm and where sites have not been ruled out altogether for other reasons, further assessment will be undertaken to more fully explore impacts on significance and options for harm reduction and mitigation. This further assessment may ultimately lead to the conclusion that the site should not be allocated.

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

+ The site adjoins a defined settlement policy area or the built form of a small settlement.

x The site is not previously developed land as defined in the NPPF.

x All or a majority of the site is best and most versatile agricultural land as defined in the NPPF.

+ The site is not located in a source protection zone.

+ The site is within flood zone 1 (areas that have been shown to be at less than 0.1% chance of flooding in any year).

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

Access will be using two access points onto Thurleigh Road, one existing and another which will be new. There is some moderate traffic in the area but the proposed development is unlikely to impact significantly. There is an hourly bus service to/from Bedford within 400m of the site. There is a pavement in the SW corner of the site which will need to be extended along the frontage of the site, and is also narrow at approximately 1m wide. Twinwood Rd nearby provides a quiet cycle route to Clapham which is the nearest place with facilities such as food shops. Pedestrian access on Thurleigh Rd is narrow but there is no scope for widening due to a large wall. The pavement on Thurleigh Rd would need to be extended along the frontage of the site.

Nothing chosen

twinwoods business park may be a source of noise

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.