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In case you were wondering how construction work may have already started on the land adjoining Haddenham Airfield, prior to planning permission being granted, it seems that the construction company currently working on the Thame Road side of Pegasus Way has run out of space on their site.

As the new housing development next to the railway has continued, the developers have effectively 'painted themselves into a corner' and need extra space for their plant, building materials and other storage needs.

We are reliably informed that this additional storage expansion will last about 6 months, before the overspill site is re-instated.

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