London Southend Airport & Environs Joint Area Action Plan

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London Southend Airport and Environs Joint Area Action Plan Submission Document

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View Comments (2) 6. Risks to delivery

The JAAP Key Project Infrastructure Schedules identify risks to JAAP delivery; these are summarised in Table 7.1.

Table 7.1 JAAP Risks

SUMMARY RISK TABLE

Risk & Impact

Initial Risk Score

Suggested Mitigation

Residual Risk Score

 

Probability

Impact

 

Probability

Impact

JAAP WIDE RISKS

Lack of demand for increased employment provision within the JAAP area.

Medium

High (medium for post 2021)

Appropriate monitoring of employment demand and staggering/ phasing the amount of land being marketed at any one time as required. Implementation of marketing strategies

Low

High (medium for post 2021)

S106 agreements may affect the viability of proposals possibly preventing developers from progressing with development on site.

Medium

High

Once all costs are known across the JAAP area a developer contribution assessment should be undertaken to determine reasonable developer contributions for each infrastructure theme whilst considering site-specific issues

Low

Low

Saxon Business Park Risks

Area 1a is in two different ownerships which could cause complexities for bringing forward the site in the short term.

Medium

High

Ensure early and effective engagement with the landowners to ensure willingness to bring the site forward in the short term and for employment use as per JAAP

Low

Medium

IPECO decide to relocate elsewhere and does not proceed with development at Saxon Business Park impacting on short term deliverability.

Medium

Medium

SBC continue to engage with IPECO to help facilitate purchase and transition to new premises in Saxon Business Park, and encourage new investor/ developer interest in the employment area in the short term.

Low

Medium (short term)

Aviation Way Risks

Limited number of sites likely to be redeveloped, reduced opportunity to create funding via S106 for estate wide improvements and road/ junction upgrade.

High

High

Obtain funds from existing leaseholders/ freeholders under current covenant agreement or investigate other means of delivery such as establishment of a BID. Funds may also be available from Essex County Council who may progress with the adoption of the road.

Medium

Medium

High flood risk designation may prevent MRO Northern Extension coming forward in the short to medium term

Medium

High

The Airport should engage early and effectively with the Environment Agency to ensure appropriate flood management solutions and compensatory floodplain storage is provided as part of any future planning application(s).

Low

High

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