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  • Core Strategy Sustainability Appraisal Final Report 489

    Appendix 7 – Housing Distribution Sustainability Appraisal Story Line This table has been produced by South Oxfordshire District Council at the request of the Inspector, following discussions on the Overall Strategy during Day One of the November hearing sessions. This table shows a comprehensive story line drawing on the content of the SAs from Issues and Options through all successive stages to post-submission changes showing the options constantly taken forward at successive stages and the options discarded/modified at each stage for the amount of housing and housing distribution. New options tested – black Options carried through to next stage – blue Options discarded – red Preferred Option – highlighted in grey

  • Core Strategy Sustainability Appraisal Final Report 490

    Topic Area from Submission Core Strategy

    Issues and Options SA – November 2007 CD/07/22

    Preferred Options SA – March 2009 CD/07/04

    Proposed Submission – December 2010 CD/07/24

    Submission – March 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18

    Post Exploratory Meeting Changes – July 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18 CD/07/19 App 1a CD/07/20 App 1b CD/07/21 App 1C

    Proposed changes post July hearings August 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18 SODC 16

    Proposed changes post November hearings December 2011 SODC/31

    Proposed changes post May and June 2012 hearings

    Preparation Submission Post Submission

    Examination

    1 The Settlement Strategy At issues and options topic called “Distribution of new development”

    Option(s) Tested (p 8) Option 1 – Disperse development evenly throughout district (See also section 3 below on Housing distribution strategy).

    Option(s) Tested (p 18) (Section 3 Influence of SA on preferred options p4) Option A – A strong network of settlements Option B – A new settlement Option C – Focus on the towns only Option D – Clusters around the towns Option E – Dispersal to all settlements

    Option(s) Tested (page 48) (Summary in Table 6 p17) or page No need to repeat test

    No need to repeat test

    No need to repeat test

    No need to repeat test

    Added new tests: 1. Delete the first sentence (referring to the abolition of the South East Plan) in the submission and post- submission versions of the CS. 2. Delete footnote 54 to the post submission changes

    No need to repeat test

  • Core Strategy Sustainability Appraisal Final Report 491

    Topic Area from Submission Core Strategy

    Issues and Options SA – November 2007 CD/07/22

    Preferred Options SA – March 2009 CD/07/04

    Proposed Submission – December 2010 CD/07/24

    Submission – March 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18

    Post Exploratory Meeting Changes – July 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18 CD/07/19 App 1a CD/07/20 App 1b CD/07/21 App 1C

    Proposed changes post July hearings August 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18 SODC 16

    Proposed changes post November hearings December 2011 SODC/31

    Proposed changes post May and June 2012 hearings

    Option F – Focus along public transport corridors Option G – Focus growth around Oxford and Reading.

  • Core Strategy Sustainability Appraisal Final Report 492

    Topic Area from Submission Core Strategy

    Issues and Options SA – November 2007 CD/07/22

    Preferred Options SA – March 2009 CD/07/04

    Proposed Submission – December 2010 CD/07/24

    Submission – March 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18

    Post Exploratory Meeting Changes – July 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18 CD/07/19 App 1a CD/07/20 App 1b CD/07/21 App 1C

    Proposed changes post July hearings August 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18 SODC 16

    Proposed changes post November hearings December 2011 SODC/31

    Proposed changes post May and June 2012 hearings

    2 Amount of housing At issues and options topic called “How much new housing development?”

    Option(s) Tested (p 14) Option 1a - Plan for the number of houses set out in the draft South East Plan together with those in the New Growth Points initiative at Didcot Option 1b - Plan for more houses than that set out in the draft South East Plan provided that they would significantly increase the amount of affordable

    Option(s) Tested (p 48) (Section 3 Influence of SA on preferred options p4) Option A - Plan for the number of houses set out in the revised South East Plan and Didcot Growth Point Option B - Plan for more houses than that set out in the revised South East Plan and Didcot Growth Point

    Option(s) Tested (p 83) (Summary in Table 6 p18) Option C added due to revocation of the SEP. Option A - Plan for the number of houses set out in the revised South East Plan and Didcot Growth Point Option B - Plan for more houses than that set out in the revised South East Plan and Didcot Growth Point Option C – Plan for fewer houses than that set out in the revised South East Plan and Didcot Growth Point (following the revocation of the

    No need to repeat test

    No need to repeat test

    No need to repeat test

    No need to repeat test -

    No need to repeat test

  • Core Strategy Sustainability Appraisal Final Report 493

    Topic Area from Submission Core Strategy

    Issues and Options SA – November 2007 CD/07/22

    Preferred Options SA – March 2009 CD/07/04

    Proposed Submission – December 2010 CD/07/24

    Submission – March 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18

    Post Exploratory Meeting Changes – July 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18 CD/07/19 App 1a CD/07/20 App 1b CD/07/21 App 1C

    Proposed changes post July hearings August 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18 SODC 16

    Proposed changes post November hearings December 2011 SODC/31

    Proposed changes post May and June 2012 hearings

    3 Housing distribution strategy At issues and options this topic was called ‘Spatial approach to Central Oxfordshire’ and ‘Spatial approach to remainder of the district’ and included a final section on ‘The smaller villages’ The first two sections included options on where to focus housing

    Option(s) Tested (p 30, 38, 45, 55, and 64) Option 3a – Focus housing development on Wallingford. Option 3b – Focus housing development on Wallingford and the larger villages outside of the green belt (Cholsey, Benson Crowmarsh Gifford and, Wheatley) Option 3c -

    Option(s) Tested (p 54) (Section 3 Influence of SA on preferred options p4) Option A – Allocate more to market towns than larger villages based on appropriate sites available Option B – Allocate all new housing to market towns Option C – More development in larger villages than the market towns

    Option(s) Tested CD/07/24 (p 89) (Summary in Table 6 p18) Preferred Options test reprinted, no need to repeat test

    No need to repeat test

    No need to repeat test

    No need to repeat test

    Added new tests: 1. Re-draft paragraphs 7.8 and 7.9 to bring together the explanation of the distribution strategy in one place and provide increased clarity. (The exact wording changes suggested by the Inspector are set out in section 5 of this document). 2. Place an asterisk next to the figure of 1,154 in

    No need to repeat test

  • Core Strategy Sustainability Appraisal Final Report 494

    Topic Area from Submission Core Strategy

    Issues and Options SA – November 2007 CD/07/22

    Preferred Options SA – March 2009 CD/07/04

    Proposed Submission – December 2010 CD/07/24

    Submission – March 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18

    Post Exploratory Meeting Changes – July 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18 CD/07/19 App 1a CD/07/20 App 1b CD/07/21 App 1C

    Proposed changes post July hearings August 2011 CD/07/24 CD/07/18 SODC 16

    Proposed changes post November hearings December 2011 SODC/31

    Proposed changes post May and June 2012 hearings

    development and the proportion of new housing to be split between the towns and the larger

    Focus housing development on Wallingford and all the larger villages in the central Oxfordshire area including those in or surrounded by the green belt (Cholsey, Benson, Crowmarsh, Horspath, Wheatley, Berinsfield) Option 4a - Concentrate approximately 80% of housing development in Wallingford and spread the remaining

    Option D – Concentrate development in one or two larger villages Option E – Exclude green belt villages from housing allocations Option F – Exclude Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty villages from housing allocations Option G – Include land adjacent to Reading in housing allocations For the preferred

    Table 7.3 referring to a footnote to read ‘These allocations should be divided so that at

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