Walter Rose Room, HVH
Wlater Rose Room, HVH
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 25th May 2017 4:00pm
Yesterday (Wednesday 24th May) AVDC published information relating to the detailed planning application submitted by the property developer, Dandara, for the Aston Road/Glebe site immediately north of Tiggywinkles.
Comments in respect of this planning application can be made online within 21 days (i.e., by Wednesday 14th June 2017) via the AVDC planning website. Here is the link.
Dandara intends to develop the site in two stages, eventually giving rise to a total of 280 new homes.
Phase 1 & 2 will provide 143 homes towards the East side of the plot, including 26 smaller properties (with 9 one-bedroom apartments) for "affordable rent". Among the 108 properties constructed for the private housing market, 19 homes (including 13 bungalows) will be available for purchase only by those in the 55 years or older age group.
Phase 3 & 4 will be built at a later date, providing a further 137 new homes to the West side of the plot and up to the edge of relatively large area of open public space and the proposed burial ground.
A host of detailed planning documents are available online at the link provided above.
A more accessible summary document (still quite detailed, but offering lots of visuals) can be viewed by clicking on the PDF featured below the image on this page.
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