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Airfield Development Plans

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Lands Improvement, owners of the land immediately adjacent to Haddenham Airfield, held an exhibition to display their 'masterplan' for the development of the site on Monday 8th September, in the Walter Rose Room of the Village Hall.

The public presentation showed a two-zone development incorporating a total of approximately 240 new homes with a large sports field at its heart. The proposals included provision for a group of warden-monitored apartments for elderly residents and a retail store, likely to be leased to a major grocery chain if and when planning permission is granted.

If you were unable to attend the exhibition, but would like to see the details, you can download the display by clicking on the PDF document below the images on this page.

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