It now means the planning committee can consider dismissing HMOs if 10% of properties within a 50 metre radius are also HMOs. Had previously been 15%.
They were in The Crescent (Parklands ward) and Burns Road (Castle ward).
Remaining HMO applications are either amendments to already approved schemes or the threshold doesn't apply.
He says concerns of residents in Great Houghton are being 'ignored'.
He says S106 funds are being directed towards Wooldale Rd in Wootton where there is no need.
He says: "Newport Pagnell Road is at peak capacity and is thoroughly inadequate to cope with the extra traffic."
"The village was established long before the motorcar. It has become a rush hour rat run. The High Street was not meant to take more than a horse and cart."
He says: "The applicants have worked considerably with officers to comply and also ensure that off-site facilities are delivered such as highways contributions."
Rob Barber replies: "There are a number of significant costs with this development. Off-site highways is a substantial burden on the viability of the scheme."
But he also sees no reason why they can't ask the county council's highways team to look at a potential weight restriction in Great Houghton.
"We're all on rat runs. It's part of urbanisation," he says.
Veolia wants to change some of the conditions for the waste transfer building that was given planning approval on Edgar Mobbs Way.
A further four homes (each would be two-storey) would be built at the back.
"All of the applications I have spoken out against have one core thread, which is the concern over the level of traffic in that area."
"This is not a small development. We're going from one or maybe two cars to potentially 20 cars on a section of road that is regularly gridlocked."
"The design has been carefully considered with the character of the area and will provide an attractive and safe environment for the future occupiers."
He says: "This will be an investment in local infrastructure, traders and suppliers. We will also be ensuring that the construction phase is carried out in a manner that is acceptable."
Cllr Jamie Lane says he's not happy with the access onto Mountfield Rd and it's 'out of keeping' with the area.
Cllr Arthur McCutcheon says it's a 'good use' of a site that is too small for a care home but too large for a single use home.
Approval would make HMO concentration in the area 10.24%, so is currently under threshold.
🔴 Change of use from dwelling to HMO for four occupants at 38 Florence Road
🔴 Change of use from house to HMO for six occupants at 51 Adnitt Rd (amendment)
🔴Demolition of 3 garages and construction of 2 houses at Margaret Street
🔴Development of 2 residential units with associated parking at Swansea Crescent
🔴Amend internal layout of new home at Tyes Court