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Draft North East Cambridge Area Action Plan

Policy 1: A comprehensive approach at North East Cambridge

Representation ID: 53271

Received: 02/10/2020

Respondent: Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG

Representation Summary:

Paragraph 3 of Policy 1A should be reworded as follows in order to make explicit the need to deliver health infrastructure as part of the development (changes in BLOCK CAPITALS):

“The Councils will work to secure the comprehensive regeneration of North East Cambridge during the plan period, in particular the creation of a new high quality mixed-use city district, providing at least 8,000 new homes, 20,000 new jobs, and new physical, social and environmental infrastructure, INCLUDING HEALTH CARE FACILITIES, that meets the needs of new and existing residents and workers, as well as delivering tangible benefits for surrounding communities. In order to achieve this, the Councils will work in collaboration with the County Council, Greater Cambridge Partnership, other strategic partners and landowners to:
a. Secure and deliver the interventions and infrastructure needed to deliver the vision and objectives for the area including: the required modal shift in accordance with the North East Cambridge Transport Study; district-wide networks and services; relocations and land assembly; environmental, amenity, and community health and wellbeing standards; a network of functional and multi-use open spaces; and innovative approaches to community facilities provision;
b. Actively manage the timely delivery and phasing of homes, jobs and infrastructure, INCLUDING HEALTHCARE FACILITIES, taking action where necessary to address or overcome barriers to delivery;
c. Engage local residents, community groups, schools, colleges and local enterprises in establishing ongoing partnerships and initiatives aimed at involving communities in shaping the places within North East Cambridge where they live and work, and to maximise job opportunities for local people in both the construction phase and beyond;
d. Implement measures to facilitate and administer a low car dependency culture; and
e. Create a cohesive, inclusive and strong community, including sustainable public sector service delivery in the area.”

Full text:

Paragraph 3 of Policy 1A should be reworded as follows in order to make explicit the need to deliver health infrastructure as part of the development (changes in BLOCK CAPITALS):

“The Councils will work to secure the comprehensive regeneration of North East Cambridge during the plan period, in particular the creation of a new high quality mixed-use city district, providing at least 8,000 new homes, 20,000 new jobs, and new physical, social and environmental infrastructure, INCLUDING HEALTH CARE FACILITIES, that meets the needs of new and existing residents and workers, as well as delivering tangible benefits for surrounding communities. In order to achieve this, the Councils will work in collaboration with the County Council, Greater Cambridge Partnership, other strategic partners and landowners to:
a. Secure and deliver the interventions and infrastructure needed to deliver the vision and objectives for the area including: the required modal shift in accordance with the North East Cambridge Transport Study; district-wide networks and services; relocations and land assembly; environmental, amenity, and community health and wellbeing standards; a network of functional and multi-use open spaces; and innovative approaches to community facilities provision;
b. Actively manage the timely delivery and phasing of homes, jobs and infrastructure, INCLUDING HEALTHCARE FACILITIES, taking action where necessary to address or overcome barriers to delivery;
c. Engage local residents, community groups, schools, colleges and local enterprises in establishing ongoing partnerships and initiatives aimed at involving communities in shaping the places within North East Cambridge where they live and work, and to maximise job opportunities for local people in both the construction phase and beyond;
d. Implement measures to facilitate and administer a low car dependency culture; and
e. Create a cohesive, inclusive and strong community, including sustainable public sector service delivery in the area.”

Object

Draft North East Cambridge Area Action Plan

Policy 10b: District Centre

Representation ID: 53273

Received: 02/10/2020

Respondent: Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG

Representation Summary:

In the table within Policy 10b, the section marked Indicative development capacity should include the provision of a turn key building/facility (size to be determined in due course once the vision for healthcare provision has been finalised) for delivery of health care facilities to meet the anticipated need of the additional population generated by the development.

Under the “Appropriate uses” section of the policy a further bullet point should be introduced for health care facilities, again to address the additional needs generated by the population increase

Full text:

In the table within Policy 10b, the section marked Indicative development capacity should include the provision of a turn key building/facility (size to be determined in due course once the vision for healthcare provision has been finalised) for delivery of health care facilities to meet the anticipated need of the additional population generated by the development.

Under the “Appropriate uses” section of the policy a further bullet point should be introduced for health care facilities, again to address the additional needs generated by the population increase

Object

Draft North East Cambridge Area Action Plan

Policy 14: Social, community and cultural Infrastructure

Representation ID: 53276

Received: 02/10/2020

Respondent: Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG

Representation Summary:

The inclusion of Health provision (pending further engagement with health providers) as part of the required on-site social and community infrastructure provision is welcomed. The size of the health facility required will be determined in due course once the vision for healthcare provision has been finalised. However, the developer will be required to gift the land and provide a 'turnkey' solution for this health facility / building to the NHS Cambridge and Peterborough CCG as part of any planning obligation. A period of rent-free tenure for NHS Cambridge and Peterborough CCG should also be negotiated. The NHS Cambridge and Peterborough CCG would welcome the opportunity to engage further with the Greater Cambridge Partnership to discuss the level of need and the timing / phasing of delivery as part of the Plan making and application process.

Full text:

The inclusion of Health provision (pending further engagement with health providers) as part of the required on-site social and community infrastructure provision is welcomed. The size of the health facility required will be determined in due course once the vision for healthcare provision has been finalised. However, the developer will be required to gift the land and provide a 'turnkey' solution for this health facility / building to the NHS Cambridge and Peterborough CCG as part of any planning obligation. A period of rent-free tenure for NHS Cambridge and Peterborough CCG should also be negotiated. The NHS Cambridge and Peterborough CCG would welcome the opportunity to engage further with the Greater Cambridge Partnership to discuss the level of need and the timing / phasing of delivery as part of the Plan making and application process.

Support

Draft North East Cambridge Area Action Plan

Policy 15: Shops and local services

Representation ID: 53278

Received: 02/10/2020

Respondent: Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG

Representation Summary:

The acknowledgement that healthcare related facilities that cannot be provided in multi-functional community or social facilities premises represent suitable ground floor level uses in the identified centres is welcomed.

Full text:

The acknowledgement that healthcare related facilities that cannot be provided in multi-functional community or social facilities premises represent suitable ground floor level uses in the identified centres is welcomed.

Object

Draft North East Cambridge Area Action Plan

Policy 27: Planning Contributions

Representation ID: 53280

Received: 02/10/2020

Respondent: Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG

Representation Summary:

Criterion a) of Policy 27 should be reworded as follows to ensure that health care facilities are explicitly required as part of the developer contributions (changes in BOCK CAPITALS):
a. “finance the early delivery of major strategic infrastructure as identified in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan established up-front by the Councils, such as a strategic noise barrier, road, rail and guided busway crossings, digital infrastructure such as a site wide energy efficient power network, open space and recreation facilities, strategic drainage, education facilities, training and community facilities, HEALTH CARE FACILITIES and strategic public transport;”

Full text:

Criterion a) of Policy 27 should be reworded as follows to ensure that health care facilities are explicitly required as part of the developer contributions (changes in BOCK CAPITALS):
a. “finance the early delivery of major strategic infrastructure as identified in the Infrastructure Delivery Plan established up-front by the Councils, such as a strategic noise barrier, road, rail and guided busway crossings, digital infrastructure such as a site wide energy efficient power network, open space and recreation facilities, strategic drainage, education facilities, training and community facilities, HEALTH CARE FACILITIES and strategic public transport;”

Support

Draft North East Cambridge Area Action Plan

Policy 28 – Meanwhile uses

Representation ID: 53282

Received: 02/10/2020

Respondent: Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG

Representation Summary:

The recognition of the need to provide health care facilities in a phased and potentially temporary manner linked to the phasing of the development is welcomed. Design considerations should take into account that such provision is likely to be pre-fabricated and only on site for a limited period while permanent facilities are developed.

Full text:

The recognition of the need to provide health care facilities in a phased and potentially temporary manner linked to the phasing of the development is welcomed. Design considerations should take into account that such provision is likely to be pre-fabricated and only on site for a limited period while permanent facilities are developed.

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