St Mary's Centre
From Banks Park
By Haddenham Webteam - 17th October 2014 7:30pm
Haddenham Parish Council will be discussing the glebe land development plans at its meeting on Monday 20th October 2014, at 7.30pm. This meeting will take place at St. Mary's CE School Hall, Aston Road and members of the public are welcome to attend.
In the unlikely event that this potential housing development has passed you by, this relates to an outline planning application for the construction of up to 350 dwellings on the glebe land bounded by Aston Road, Stanbridge Road and Willis Road.
As well as 350 houses, the plans include vehicular access from Aston Road and Stanbridge Road, and provision for 45 retirement dwellings, with associated garages, parking, estate roads, footways, pedestrian linkages, public open space, burial ground, community sports facility, strategic landscaping, drainage and other associated works.
The period for submitting comments to AVDC has now passed. However, we understand that Haddenham Parish Council may still do so.
For further information, please contact the Clerk to Haddenham Parish Council:
Telephone: 01844 292411
Post to: 25 Pickenfield, Thame, Oxfordshire OX9 3HG
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