High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 18th December 2016 1:30pm
A Haddenham resident has kindly drawn our attention to a planning application relating to the business park area of Haddenham, for which an AVDC planning consultation closes in the very near future — specifically on 26th December 2016!
The application relates to the field beyond "Carslake's Field" (when viewing from Dollicott) behind the existing units on the north east of the present industrial estate.
GGR Group (crane hire and "lifting solutions" specialists) currently of Drakes Drive in Long Crendon has already secured outline planning permission to use this field to replace the Long Crendon site.
There are concerns that the business operates up to 24 hours per day depending on demand.
Only four objections are noted on the relevant AVDC file — see here.
Now the company is seeking approval of the "reserved" matters — see here.
Residents with concerns need to get their comments into AVDC by Monday 26th December.
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