Call for Sites Form

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Form ID: 994

Land owner

No answer given

Yes

Land lying on the south west side of Williamson Road, Kempston, MK42 7HR

Grassland

C3 dwellinghouses

surplus sports facilities. We are in discussions with the adjoining landowner (Kempston Challenger Academy) to deliver homes across both parcels of land.

C3 dwellinghouses

C3 dwellinghouses

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

10-25

Family houses, Flats

No answer given

2-3 storey

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

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

The site has frontage and direct access onto Williamson Road, where access into the site could be provided, and also potentially into the adjoining Kempston Challenger Academy land. We are in active discussions with the Academy in respect of being able to deliver both landholdings, potentially as one proposal. These discussions remain ongoing, and would not restrict the ability of our landholdings to come forward in isolation. However, there is a willingness from both landowners to properly examine a comprehensive approach to the sites.

Yes

No

No

No

10-25

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Immediately

Sustainability measures and efficiency measures would be addressed through any future planning application(s).

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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 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.

0 The proposal appears to have no impact on heritage assets and their significance.

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 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).

+ No access constraints

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

Borders site 874. See comments on site 874 for details. E boundary, Williamson Road. High frequency bus (1) stopping next to site. Segregated cycle trail next to site. Access by way of joint proposal with land to the east adjoining Williamson Rd. Access for pedestrians could be improved by widening the footway adjacent to Williamson Road.

Nothing chosen

noise levels from the school nearby should be considered

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Nothing chosen

Form ID: 995

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Shannon Hubbard

Yes

Manor Farm High Street Stagsden MK43 8SQ 2.75 ha

Agricultural farmstead comprising a range of agricultural buildings, hardstanding, and paddock/pastureland.

Agricultural Land

Adopted Highway (High Street) & Residential Development

Residential Development

Residential Development & Agricultural Land

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

30-35 Dwellings

Family houses, Older people housing

No answer given

A low – medium density of 12 dwellings per hectare has been proposed at the site, taking in consideration the surrounding character area of Stagsden and the existing built form of the site. The site could be redeveloped utilising the existing buildings whilst also providing a landscaping scheme that will ensure residential amenity is not harmed.

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

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

As shown on accompanying drawing reference 42228/A, access into the site is from Church Lane to the south west. This existing access is considered suitable for the existing agricultural use of the site but would require improvement to serve future development.

Yes

No

No

No

30-35

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Development at the site could commence in late 2024 with anticipated completion within two years in 2026. The development of this site will supply the village with much needed additional housing, enhance the setting of the nearby Grade I Listed St Leonards Church and village whilst contributing to sustaining existing community facilities.

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.

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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

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

There are three existing vehicle access points. The two access points into the site from Church Lane to the south west are considered suitable for the existing agricultural use of the site but would require minor improvement to serve future development. The third access on High Street provides direct pedestrian access to the closest bus stop just 200m south on High Street, serving hourly services for routes 41 and 830. The footways are present on either side of High Street and outside the site on Church Lane. No significant congestion in the vicinity of the nearby A422, however data for Church Lane is not available. There are no designated bicycle lanes or cycling friendly roads in the site's proximity, however cycling is possible using the road surface. Consider marking on street cycle lanes.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 997

Land owner

No answer given

Yes

Cobholden Farm Bushmead Road Eaton Socon PE19 8JD (120.207ha)

Arable farm

Agricultural

Substation

A1 and Eaton Socon

Agricultural

No

Housing

Housing, Employment, Retail, All other types

Not known

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

Care homes

Not known

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

Care homes

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

B1, B2 and B8

Not known

A1,A2,A3,A4 &A5

Not known

Not known

No answer given

Not known

D1 & D2

Suitable access is achievable

See access points on location map Adopted road access via Bushmead Road, Staploe Road and possibly from A1.

No

No

No

No

No answer given

X

No answer given

No answer given

2030

Climate emergency declared in 2019 with an objective of being Carbon neutral by 2030, adopting sustainability projects, ie solar projects, oil to gas conversion ,lighting upgrades, cooling component insulation, loft insulation, electric charging stations, electric tramways.

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120.62

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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 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

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.

? 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 from Bushmead Road or Staploe Road, level difference and bridge to the east over the A1 may prevent mitigation works to construct a new access and provide footways on Bushmead and Staploe. 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. (As per site 931) 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 (As per site 931)

Nothing chosen

predominantly noise from A1 but commercial noise on proposed devlopment could affect proposed and existing

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 998

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Shannon Hubbard

Yes

Land at Westfield Road, Oakley 0.25 ha

Amenity Land

Westfield Road, Tree belt & Agricultural Land

Agricultural Land

Residential Development

Residential Development

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

2-3

Family houses, Older people housing

No answer given

A low density of 10-12 dwellings per hectare has been considered, considering the surrounding dwellings and the typology along Westfield Road. A lower density at the site will also reduce harm of existing and future residential amenity.

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

The site fronts onto a private section of Westfield Road, where it gains access to the public highway to the east. The site has a private right of way along the private section of road.

Yes

No

No

No

2-3

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2024-25. Given the site is proposed for a low-density housing development, it would be built in one phase.

Any proposed development at the site will aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions during both the construction and operational phases of development. In addition, renewable energy methods such as solar panels will be considered as part of the detailed design of any future proposals.

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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.

+ 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.

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

Access onto Westfield Road. Oakley has moderate traffic most of the time but the size of this development is unlikely to worsen it. Number 51 bus runs to Bedford every 30 minutes approx 600m from the site. It is 500m to the nearest pavement further east along Westfield Rd and there is not space to extend this to the site. There is no pedestrian or cycle activity however Westfield Road only serves a handful of homes, the nearest footway is 500m to the east Consider wider cycle improvements around Oakley (e.g. upgrading some pavements to cycle/pedestrian paths) to potentially relieve congestion.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 999

Other (please specify)

PLease contact the agent

Yes

Land at Coffle End, Mill Road, Sharnbrook, Bedford, MK44 1NX 0.91 ha

Paddock/Amenity Land

Mill Road & Residential Development

Agricultural/Wooded Amenity Land

Residential Development

Residential Development

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

10-12 Dwellings

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

No answer given

A medium density has been assumed of 14 dwellings per hectare, taking into consideration the surrounding character area and built form of this part of Sharnbrook and respecting both existing and future residential amenity.

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

There is an existing site access to the site from Mill Road on the north eastern corner of the site, however it is proposed as shown on the accompanying plan reference 38331/A that a new access is provided into the site that has good visibility splays and would be safer.

Yes

No

No

No

10-12

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

It is anticipated that development could start on the site within 12-18 months of the plan being adopted (2024-25). The site portrays no planning constraints that could hinder its delivery and the proposed 10-12 dwellings could be completed by 2028. The site portrays a logical and sustainable site that can contribute to the much-needed local housing need within the area. It is an infill site situation between residential areas of Sharnbrook to the north and the east. The site has excellent transport links to nearby Bedford and the surrounding wider highway network whilst also being sited within close walking and cycling proximity to Sharnbrook High Street.

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.

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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

+ 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 south side of Mill Road in the village of Sharnbrook, approximately 7.6 miles north of Bedford town centre. Access to the site is feasible from Mill Road, which is a 30mph speed limit road. Mill Road can be mildly congested, however the potential development would not have a significant impact. A bus stop is located adjacent to the site. There is no footway immediately fronting the site, but there is a 1.8m footway on the other side of the road. There are no formal cycle tracks and cycling is possible only by using the road surface. Consider marking on-street cycle lanes. Crossing facilities for pedestrians to reach the opposite footway required.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Entire site falls within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1000

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land adjacent to Highfield Road, Oakley

Unused agricultural land

Commercial uses/residential

Agricultural land

Commercial uses / agricultural land

Midland Railway Line

No

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

Bi (a-c), high calibre employment site. B2/B8 uses appropriate to the scale of the site and surrounding area

TBC - Commensurate to 3ha gross site area

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Access is via Highfield Road, located to the north of the site.

Yes

No

No

No

B uses

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2027/28 Timeframe based on a three-year period for marketing, establishing occupier requirements and formal planning stages.

The site is under-utilised agricultural land and is very well located to the structure, from and character of the village and adjacent commercial uses. Additionally, we consider Oakley to be a sustainable location for new development on the basis of the services and facilities it currently offers. 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.

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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.

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).

? Potential access requiring mitigation

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

The site is located at the south side of Highfield Road and adjacent to the east side of property no. 8 Highfield Road, in village of Oakley approximately 5 miles north-west of Bedford town centre. The site fronts onto Highfield Road at the most northern tip of the site and on the west side of the existing roundabout junction with A6 and also the A6 link road between the roundabout junction and the A6 dual carriageway on the east side. Access would be provided via Highfield Road, a single carriageway with 30mph speed limit and a footpath on the side of the development. The footpath is rather narrow and only extends to the West. There are no cycle paths in the vicinity. Neither Highfield Road or the A6 are normally congested, however, Station Road just to the West often is. Depending on the level of traffic generated, this might cause an issue. The closest bus stop is about 280m from the site, serving buses 50 and 51 to Bedford and Rushden, at 2 times per hour frequency. TA should be developed to assess the impact of the development on the road network. Cycle connection improvements would be recommended as well as improvement of the pedestrian facilities, such as improving the quality / width of the footpath on Highfield Road. It's unclear where the exact access point will be on Highfield Road but it would be good if the pedestrian access wasn't directly onto the roundabout, for safety reasons.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns for employment use

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1001

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Sam Franklin, Landscope

Yes

Land at The Bury Pavenham Beds

Entrance Drive

Not stated

Not stated

Not stated

Not stated

Yes

Housing

Nothing chosen

2-4, Ideally 2 only

Family houses, Other

Car Park Area

Not stated

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

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

The Bury

Yes

No

No

No

2

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Not stated

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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? 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.

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

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

+ No capacity issues

The site is located on the west side of The Bury Road in the village of Pavenham approximately 6 miles northwest of Bedford town centre. Access to the site is feasible from The Bury Road, which experiences no significant traffic congestion. The closest bus stop is located 450m southwest of the site on High Street. No mitigation recommended given the small scale of development.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1002

Other (please specify)

Please contact Agent

Yes

Land adjacent Colworth Science Park.

Agricultural including woodland

Santa Pod/agricultural

agricultural

Colworth Science Park

agricultural

No

Housing

Housing, Employment, Retail

4,500 as a Garden Village

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

No answer given

No answer given

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

B1 space, live/work units, flexible space as part of overall garden village concept

Circa 6-7ha new B1 space as part of overall garden village concept (in addition to that existing at the adjacent Colworth Science Park)

Local’ provision as part of the overall garden village concept

Not stated

Not stated

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

1. A new rail halt/station. 2. Two new principle points of access – along Forty Foot Lane to the A6, and via Back Lane skirting Souldrop to the A6. 3. Other arrangements, as necessary as referenced in the separate supporting statement.

Yes

No

No

No

400

1000

1000

2100

This would depend on how quickly the Council were prepared to accept a planning application for the development and/or whether planning permission would be granted in advance of the adoption of the Plan – see separate submission attachment for further explanation. Notwithstanding the above, Wrenbridge/Unilever would persue a start on site as soon as planning permission was granted, which could be as soon as 2024.

The proposal is to provide an exemplar Garden Village which not only accords with current policy requirements but that incorporates flexible design principles, materials, etc that can adapt overtime to changing policies on climate change, environment, etc.

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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 The site is 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.

? 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

x Serious capacity constraint

NOTE: This is a large site proposal for a new settlement with complex traffic and transport requirements. Further assessment of the transport impacts has been carried out and published as a supporting document found here www.bedford.gov.uk/LocalPlan2040. The site is located southwest of Souldrop village approximately 9 miles north of Bedford town centre. Access to the site is feasible from multiple locations, such as Colworth Road and other local roads. The closest bus stop located 250m east of the site on High Street Road. In Colworth Road there is footway of 2m on the other side of the road, but there are no footways serving the access point. Cycling is possible on-road. The size of the proposed development needs careful examination and further investigation for future construction. Traffic modelling will need to be undertaken as part of the required Transport Assessment which will identify the impact and will include sustainable transport measures.

Nothing chosen

railway noise and noise from racing in santa pod potentially

No answer given

High risk allocation

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1004

Other (please specify)

Agreement with landowner

Yes

Land south of Wixams and west of A6

Agricultural

Residential

Agricultural

A6 road / agricultural

Residential / agricultural

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

415

Family houses, Older people housing, Flats

No answer given

35 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

The current access is unsuitable/requires improvement

Main vehicular access proposed from a new roundabout off the A6 to the east of the site. Emergency access from Bedford Road to the north. Pedestrian access – various points, please see submitted Vision Document.

Yes

No

No

No

415

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Assuming plan adoption in winter 2023, in line with the Council LDS (April 2020), we would anticipate commencement on site in 2025.

Please see enclosed Vision Document for response to this question.

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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.

+ 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.

? 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).

? Potential access requiring mitigation

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

THIS SITE REQUIRES MORE DETAILED REVIEW DUE TO ITS SCALE AND POSITVE/NEGATIVE IMPACTS ON SURROUNDINGS. Main vehicular access proposed from a new roundabout off the A6 to the east of the site. Emergency access from Bedford Road to the north. Pedestrian access – various points. All accessibility considerations are thoroughly described in the Transport Assessment. The A6 would require investment in order to be provide for improved pedestrian and/or cycle access. There are bus stops on Luton Rd, less than 400m from the site. Stakeholder discussion with bus providers to provide new routes or extensions to serve the site. Wixams has a small cycle infrastructure network, which could potentially be expanded.

Nothing chosen

road noise from the A6

No answer given

Does not pose risk

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1005

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

College Farm Black Cat Roundabout Great North Road Roxton Bedfordshire

Agricultural, mineral extraction

Agricultural

Agricultural

River Great Ouse

A1 major trunk road

No

Employment

Employment, Retail, Hotel

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

Range of new commercial facilities, including motorway services, electric vehicle charging, a hotel, lorry park and distribution, and associated retail and leisure facilities

Up to 14.6ha of the site could be developable, providing approximately 500,000sq.ft of floor space

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Up to 90 rooms (replacing existing hotel on opposite side of the Black Cat roundabout)

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

As part of the proposed works to the Black Cat roundabout, the site will be accessed via the new roundabout to be created at the junction of the A421 and A1. Please see the Location Plan and Vision Document for further details.

No

No

No

No

No answer given

Yes

No answer given

No answer given

2025, depending on completion of the Black Cat works

The site will be excellently located to East Anglia’s major road network, with access from both the A1 and A421. It sits on the Oxford-Cambridge road corridor and is close to the high-growth areas of both Bedford and St Neots. The site is proposed for employment and roadside uses, including a filling station, hotel and other potential employment uses. This will include electric vehicle charging stations. Any buildings will seek to reduce emissions and adopt sustainable building measures.

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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

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.

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.

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.

xx Development would be in flood zones 3a or 3b.

? Potential access requiring mitigation

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

The site can be reached by either Great North Road (from the north or the south) or the site can be accessed via Bedford Road or A421 from the west. There appear to be no bus stop facilities in the near vicinity of the site. There appears to be no Public Right of Way (PRoW) crossing the site. However, PRoWs are present off the north side of the roundabout namely public footpath FP36 which link with FP8 to the north and there is no provision for cyclists. A Transport Assessment (TA) will be required to identify the impact of traffic on the highway as well as mitigations measures. Highways England have issued the DCO for a new three tier junction at this location as part of the A428 Black Cat to Caxton Improvement scheme. Only a service access is shown for this land (which belongs to the Borough Council). To gain full access to this site, the applicant will have to demonstrate that a new junction will work – local access roads will be on the middle tier of the junction. Given the scale of development, the consideration for satisfactory facilities for cyclists should be given and identified in the TA. These can be in the form of on/off road cycle lanes.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns for employment use

Area of mineral working about to be restored consists of lakes and lower land areas adjacent to river.

Nothing chosen

Entire site falls within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1006

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land at High Street, Pavenham

Agriculture

Agriculture

Residential

Residential

Residential

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

Up to 5

Family houses, Self-build/Custom build homes

No answer given

9 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

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Direct onto High Street frontage, as shown on plan

Yes

No

No

No

Up to 5

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

If allocated in the adopted plan in 2023, we would expect to secure an implementable planning consent within 2 years and commence the development of the site within 2 years of adoption, ie. 2026.

f allocated, the site would be brought forward as an exemplar scheme, using the highest design standards, reflecting the village location and incorporating leading edge technologies to maximise energy efficiency and property insulation, up to and beyond the current requirements of Part L of the Building Regulations.

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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.

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

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).

? Potential access requiring mitigation

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

The site is located on the north side of High Street in the village of Pavenham approximately 6 miles northwest of Bedford town centre. Access to the site is feasible via High Street. There is no significant traffic congestion on High Street. The closest bus stop is located 950m east of the site on Weavers Lane. There is no footway serving the site. Cycling is possible on-road. A footway serving the site would require significant work, which is unlikley warranted by the scale of development.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1008

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land at Pavenham Road, Pavenham

Agricultural

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

20 +

Family houses

No answer given

25 dph

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent

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

No answer given

Yes

No

No

No

20+

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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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

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.

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 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 nearest bus stop is located 200m from the site access point. There is a footway of 1.8m serving the access point on Pavenham Road. Cycling is possible on-road. The proposal will require a road 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.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1009

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land at Kennell Hill, Sharnbrook

Amenity

Amenity

Residential

Amenity

Residential / Amenity

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

95

Family houses

No answer given

16 dwellings per hectare (much of the site is retained as open space).

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

The site will be accessed via a priority junction from Kennell Hill. It has been demonstrated in the attached Transport Technical Note that the site access is appropriate to accommodate a large refuse vehicle. The location of the proposed access is illustrated within the attached Transport Technical Note.

Yes

No

No

No

95

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

The year of adoption

Adaptation: New homes will be built to be low-carbon, energy and water efficient, and climate resilient. A conscious effort will be made to supply construction materials within the locality to reduce the volume of greenhouse gas emissions deriving from the construction phase of the development. The development is located within close proximity to bus stops which provide a regular service to Rushden and Bedford. This provides an opportunity for residents to access key service via public transport, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions deriving from the usage of private vehicles. Mitigation: All built development within the proposed site, as demonstrated in the illustrative masterplan, is located within flood zone 1. The land at risk of flooding to the west of the site is to be used as open space with tree planting proposed.

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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.

+ 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.

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

xx Development would be in flood zones 3a or 3b.

+ No access constraints

? Potential capacity problem requiring mitigation

pproximately 7.8 miles north of Bedford town centre. The site will be accessed via a priority junction from Kennell Hill. There is moderate traffic congestion on Kennell Hill outside of the site entrance, and the potential development would have an impact. The closest bus stop is located to the south of the site on Kennell Hill and Templars Way. There is a 1.8m footway in the frontage of the site on Kennell Hill. There are no formal cycle tracks and cycling is possible only by using the road surface. A Transport Assessment will be required to identify the impact of traffic on Kennell Hill as well as the Templars Way/Kennell Hill/Mill Road junction. The location of the proposed access required is to be specified. The proposal will require a road 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. Consider marking on road cycle lanes and improving frequency of bus services.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1010

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent: Tom Fraser, Savills

Yes

Land at Northampton Road, Bromham 19.4 ha

Agricultural

Residential and Agricultural

Residential and Agricultural

Residential and Agricultural

Residential and Agricultural

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

Approximately 400

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

No answer given

Varying

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

From Northampton Road

Yes

No

No

No

200

200

No answer given

No answer given

2024

Accord with the policy

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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

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.

+ The site is not on 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 north of Northampton Road west of Bromham area approximately 4 miles west of Bedford town centre. Access to the site is feasible from Northampton Road, which is a 40mph road along the frontage of the site. Northampton Road does not appear to have any significant traffic congestion issues, however a development of this size could cause some moderate issues. The closest bus stop is located approximately 450m south of the site. There are no footways or formal cycle lane outside of the site. A Transport Asssessment would be needed to assess the impact of the development on the highway network and recommend satisfactory facilities for both pedestrians and cyclists, likely comprising a shared pedestrian/cycle path. Given the number of homes proposed, it is likely that more than one access point will be necessary off Northampton 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 reduction of the speed limit of Oakley Road in the frontage of the site to 30mph.

Nothing chosen

only noise concern is A428

No answer given

Does not pose risk

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1011

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land at Poultry Farm, Pavenham

Agricultural and former farmstead

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No

All other types

Nothing chosen

20

Family houses, Self-build/Custom build homes

No answer given

25/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

School site for Lower or Upper and solar energy park

1. School site 2. Solar Park

Don't know

No answer given

Yes

No

No

No

20

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.

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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

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.

? 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 High Street in the village of Pavenham approximately 6 miles northwest of Bedford town centre. Access to the site is feasible via High Street. There is no significant traffic congestion on High Street. The closest bus stop is located 700m east of the site on Weavers Lane. There is no footway serving the site. Cycling is possible on-road. A footway serving the site would be necessary. A bus stop closer to the site would be a beneficial sustainable transport measure. Consider marking on-street cycle lanes. A Transport Assessment will be required to identify the impact of traffic.

Nothing chosen

proximity to egg farm may result in odour amenity issues

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1012

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land at Kennell Hill, Sharnbrook

Amenity

Amenity

Residential

Amenity

Residential / Amenity

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

25

Family houses

No answer given

25 dph

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

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 will be accessed via a priority junction from Kennell Hill. It has been demonstrated in the attached Transport Technical Note that the site access is appropriate to accommodate a large refuse vehicle. The location of the proposed access is illustrated within the attached Transport Technical Note.

Yes

No

No

No

25

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

The year of adoption

Adaptation: New homes will be built to be low-carbon, energy and water efficient, and climate resilient. A conscious effort will be made to supply construction materials within the locality to reduce the volume of greenhouse gas emissions deriving from the construction phase of the development. The development is located within close proximity to bus stops which provide a regular service to Rushden and Bedford. This provides an opportunity for residents to access key service via public transport, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions deriving from the usage of private vehicles. Mitigation: All built development within the proposed site, as demonstrated in the illustrative masterplan, is located within flood zone 1. The land at risk of flooding to the west of the site is to be used as open space with tree planting proposed.

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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.

+ 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.

? 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

Site included in site 1009. The site is located on the north side of Kennell Hill in the village of Sharnbrook, approximately 7.8 miles north of Bedford town centre. The site will be accessed via a priority junction from Kennell Hill. There is moderate traffic congestion on Kennell Hill outside of the site entrance, and the potential development would have an impact. The closest bus stop is located to the south of the site on Kennell Hill and Templars Way. There is a 1.8m footway in the frontage of the site on Kennell Hill. There are no formal cycle tracks and cycling is possible only by using the road surface. A Transport Assessment will be required to identify the impact of traffic on Kennell Hill as well as the Templars Way/Kennell Hill/Mill Road junction. The location of the proposed access required is to be specified. The proposal will require a road 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. Consider marking on road cycle lanes and improving frequency of bus services.

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1014

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent

Yes

Land at to the east of Newton Lane, Turvey

The site currently comprises agricultural land and scrubland associated with the historic allotment site. The site has been the subject of a previous planning application; the technical reports and responses from statutory consultees confirm no constraints to delivery of the site.

The northern boundary comprises a Public Right of Way (PRoW) with open space beyond.

The southern boundary comprises proposed new tree planting to reflect the planting to the west.

Woodland planting bounds to the site to the east.

Planting to the west of Newton Lane with agricultural land beyond.

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

Up to 80 dwellings.

Family houses

No answer given

22 dwellings per hectare (dph). This seeks to reflect the density of the existing built form in Turvey which ranges from 17dph to 28dph. If it was felt appropriate to increase the density the site could accommodate additional dwellings.

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 is proposed by a simple priority junction to Newton Lane. The access is proposed to be located within the 30mph speed limit and positioned equidistant between Tandy’s Close and Bakers Close junctions. The access and the impact of the development on Newton Lane has been reviewed previously by the Highways Authority who have confirmed no objection to the proposal. The site is located in close proximity to a network of PRoW which the site can connect into. The opportunity exists to extend the footpaths through the site to provide a new looped pedestrian route.

Yes

No

No

No

The site is immediately deliverable and could deliver now well ahead of the Plan being adopted. The site could deliver in full within the first three years of the Plan being adopted 2023 – 2026.

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2024 if a planning application is progressed in parallel to the Plan being prepared.

The site is located within walking distance of services, facilities and sustainable transport modes which will lessen reliance on private vehicle travel and promote modal shift. All units proposed will be built to create high levels of thermal performance to reduce energy need and where possible will be orientated to take advantage of passive solar gains. It is intended to create a good level of air tightness which will prevent the loss of warm air from the new units and greatly improve loss from the existing building, thereby reducing heating needs/demand. The level of insulation affects the ability to maintain a comfortable internal temperature Good levels of insulation will be used to prevent heat loss from inside to outside in the winter, and heat gain from outside to inside in the summer Low water usage within the dwellings will be achieved through the following: • Efficient washing machines • Dual flush cisterns • Low usage fittings restrictors on taps, showers etc Extensive open space is proposed on the site comprising a water meadow and parkland also provide opportunities to support future climate change initiatives.

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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.

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

+ 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.

+ No access constraints

+ No capacity issues

The site is located on the east side of Newton Lane in the village of Turney approximately 7.9 miles west of Bedford town centre. Access to the site is proposed from a simple priority junction taken from Newton Lane. The access is proposed to be located within the 30mph speed limit and positioned equidistant between Tandy’s Close and Bakers Close junctions. There is moderate traffic congestion in the area.. The nearest bus stop is located approximately 300m south of the site on High Street. There is no formal footway serving the site. Cycling is feasible on-road. A Transport Assessment will be required to identify the impact of traffic from the proposed development. The proposal will require a road 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. Reduction of the speed limit to 30mph along the whole frontage of the site should be investigated as an option. Development of footways in order to connect to the PROW network. A new looped pedestrian route could be created.

Nothing chosen

no noise concerns

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1022

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land off Great Barford Highstreet, Great Barford, Bedford, MK44 3LF

Land off Great Barford Highstreet, Great Barford, Bedford, MK44 3LF

Residential

Agricultural

Residential

Agricultural

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

4

Family houses

No answer given

3dph

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

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Via public right of way, as highlighted in the Call for Sites Study, produced by Steve Ritchie Partnership

Yes

No

No

No

4

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2023

Development will be to a high quality, ensuring that unwarranted carbon emissions are kept to a minimum. The protection of the open space will ensure that the site contributes towards the provision of green space and a positive green environment is maintained. This will also represent an enhancement in terms of biodiversity, as ecological habitats will be able to establish if the grazing on the site ceases. Additionally, as the site is located outside the Flood Zones 2 and 3, as is located on higher ground than the Flood Zones, it is unlikely that increased flooding associated with climate change will impact upon the site.

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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.

? 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

There is an existing access point onto High Street which will need to be widened and improved. Some moderate traffic in the area however will not be impacted given the scale of the development. There are bus stops within 150m where the 27 bus provides approx 4 services per day to Bedford. The main village bus stops are approx 1km away where the 905 bus provides a half hourly service between Bedford and Cambridge. There is an adequate pavement running along the frontage of the site. No specific cycle connectivity however the road in front of the site is a cycle friendly route and connects to the national cycle network about 300m away, providing off-road and quiet road cycle connections to Bedford and St Neots. Ensure a connection to the existing pavement on High Street from the site.

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Entire site falls within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1035

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Land Adjacent to and rear of Home Farm, Willington Road, Cople

Pasture

Housing

Housing/pasture

pasture

housing

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

10-20

Family houses

No answer given

No answer given

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

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Map shows two access points onto existing highway

Yes

No

No

No

10-20

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

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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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

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.

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

Access could be from several points along the frontage on Willington Road. Willington Rd sometimes has moderate traffic. There is a bus stop directly outside the site providing 4 services per day to Bedford, however there is another stop within 300m with the 73 bus providing a service to Bedford approx. every 30 minutes. There is a pavement along the frontage of the site, however it is very narrow. 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. Consider using the development as an opportunity to widen the existing narrow pavement along the frontage of the site.

Nothing chosen

surrounding home farm may need to consider agricultural noise

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Entire site falls within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1043

Land owner

No answer given

N/A

Land At Cranfield Road, Wootton Green

Agricultural

Agricultural

Residential

Residential (under construction)

Agricultural

No

Housing

Nothing chosen

150

Family houses

No answer given

30 dph net developable

Market housing - Owner occupied, Affordable Housing - Affordable rent

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 will be provided off Cranfield Road as shown on the Site Location Plan

Yes

No

No

No

150

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

2025

The proposed scheme will address climate change through appropriate adaptation and mitigation measures in the design. Where possible the dwellings will utilise low carbon building materials. The dwellings will be energy efficient and will be designed for comfort by balancing passive cooling design strategies which maximise comfort and minimise energy use during the warmer summers, with adequate levels of insulation for the warmer winters. The dwellings will be constructed so they are weather tight, robust enough to withstand extreme weather, and with foundations which are appropriate for their lifetime. The design will also include measures for water efficiency and effective drainage.

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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.

+ 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.

+ 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

See site 658 - Access from Cranfield Rd. No footways serve the site but land to the east is under development and could provide infrastructure to tie into providing pedestrian links north into Wootton. Bus stops in close proximity to the south providing an hourly C1 service Mon-Fri and less frequent at weekends. Some congestion within Wootton, development would need junction impact assessments. NCN 51 runs on Cranfield Road. Tie into new infrastructure east of the site to provide links to infrastructure and facilities in Wootton.

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1044

Other (please specify)

Agent

Yes

Bedford North Station Opportunity, Lower Farm Road, Bromham

Former LA rubbish tip - vacant

Agricultural

Residential

Commercial

rail line

Yes

Housing

Housing, Employment, All other types

TBC

Family houses, Self-build/Custom build homes

No answer given

30 dph

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

TBC

Railway station

Suitable access is achievable

Access will be provided off the A6 Paula Radcliffe Way as indicated on the Site Location Plan.

Yes

No

No

No

No answer given

No answer given

TBC

No answer given

2034-2038

The proposed scheme will address climate change through appropriate adaptation and mitigation measures in the design. Where possible the dwellings will utilise low carbon building materials. The dwellings will be energy efficient and will be designed for comfort by balancing passive cooling design strategies which maximise comfort and minimise energy use during the warmer summers, with adequate levels of insulation for the warmer winters. The dwellings will be constructed so they are weather tight, robust enough to withstand extreme weather, and with foundations which are appropriate for their lifetime. The design will also include measures for water efficiency and effective drainage.

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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

+ The site is within or adjoining the green infrastructure opportunity network and able to enhance 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.

+ Proposal includes permanent economic and employment opportunities.

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.

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

xx Development would be in flood zones 3a or 3b.

x Serious access constraint wider impacts

x Serious capacity constraint

The site located on both sides of Paula Radcliffe Way-A6, west of Bromham area approximately 1.5 miles northwest of Bedford town centre. Access to the site would be feasible from Paula Radcliffe Way-A6, which is a motorway or from the bridge of Lower Farm Road which is incomplete. The nearest bus stop located 950m southeast of the site. There are no footways or formal cycle lanes outside of the site or nearby which would make mitigation difficult. Depending on the scale of the development proposed, a Transport Assessment may be required to assess the impact of surrounding networks. Potential access to the site from the bridge of Lower Farm Road, however Lower Farm Road will likely not provide sufficient access for a site of this size. Otherwise, a new junction with the A6 would need to be constructed which may not be feasible depending on the development scale. No pedestrian or cycle connectivity anywhere nearby and unlikely mitigation would be feasible.

Nothing chosen

only noise concerns are the proximity to rail line and potenital station

No answer given

Nothing chosen

Site does not fall within the boundary of a MSA.

Form ID: 1050

Other (please specify)

Please contact the agent.

Yes

CP Farm, Woburn Road, Kempston Hardwick, MK43 9AH 48.5 ha

Agricultural (Arable)

Manor Road / Marston Gate Industrial Park

Agricultural

Marston Vale Railway

A421 / Fields Road

No

Employment

Hotel

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

No answer given

Nothing chosen

No answer given

A421 / Fields Road

A421 / Fields Road

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

Not stated

No answer given

No answer given

Suitable access is achievable

Access is achievable directly onto the roundabout between Fields Road and Woburn Road (C94). Secondary / emergency access points could be delivered onto Woburn Road or Manor Road.

Yes

No

No

No

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

No answer given

It will be market led but a planning application is likely to be submitted post adoption of the Local Plan. If planning is achieved in 2024, it would be reasonable to start on site in 2025.

The starting points for determining the appropriate form of development at this site will be a Flood Risk Assessment to establish the limits of the Flood Zone 2 boundary. The movement strategy will also seek to maximise opportunities for public and active transport. Masterplanning for the site will consider the most appropriate development layout to achieve passive benefits as well as water and energy efficiency.

48.62

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

+ The site is within or adjoining the green infrastructure opportunity network and able to enhance 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.

+ Proposal includes permanent economic and employment opportunities.

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.

? 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