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By Haddenham Webteam - 1st February 2017 11:45am
Haddenham residents living near or passing along Pegasus Way will have noticed the extensive fencing that is being erected at the southern region of the airfield, announcing the imminent development of the site by Cala Homes.
The Parish Council meeting on Monday 6th February will begin at 7.00pm with a Planning Committee meeting at which there will be an examination of specific aspects of the Cala Homes development.
The agenda lists the following:
16/04575/ADP — Land at Haddenham Airfield Thame Road Haddenham Buckinghamshire
Application for reserved matters of appearance, landscaping, scale, layout pursuant to the residential element (233 dwellings) of the permitted outline planning application 14/03289/AOP, along associated infrastructure, landscaping, playing fields and open space.
The meeting will also look at the following planning application:
16/03649/APP — Fowlers Field Farm Station Road Haddenham Buckinghamshire HP17 8DD
Demolition of existing buildings and erection of new industrial unit and car park.
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