St Mary's Church
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 12th February 2021 5:30pm
There has been a lot of local interest in the development of HAD007 — the large plot of agricultural land west of Churchway, on the northern boundary of the village beyond Rosemary Lane.
On Monday 15th February (7.00pm) the Planning Committee of Haddenham Parish Council will be discussing the detailed plans for Phase 1 of the proposed development, which has already received outline planning permission from Buckinghamshire Council (Aylesbury Vale).
The Phase 1 stage proposal is for 153 homes, with an additional 120 properties anticipated in Phase 2.
Members of the public are welcome to observe this planning meeting, which will be held online via the Zoom platform.
If you would like to observe the meeting, the Zoom details are available on the agenda, here. You are likely to need a password. To request this, email the HPC Clerk here: email@example.com
Various comments and concerns have already been lodged with Buckinghamshire Council from individual residents and local organisations, including the Village Society and the Parish Council.
Briefing papers prepared for Monday's planning meeting are available for download — see the PDF on this page.
Click on the graphic to view a larger version of the site plan.
If you'd like to read all the comments submitted in support of or criticising the plans, visit the Buckinghamshire Council planning portal and paste this reference number 21/00215/ADP into the 'Search' window here.
(You'll need to be patient — the site is rather slow to respond)
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