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The Cala Homes development on the airfield will require temporary but indefinite parking restrictions at the western end of Dollicott, beginning on or soon after Tuesday 4th April. Here's the official notice.

Buckinghamshire County Council has made an Order, which will temporarily prohibit any vehicle from waiting in that length of Dollicott, Haddenham, which commences from the area of verge between the driveway of No.4 Thame Road and the junction of Dollicott and Windmill Road, between both junctions of Dollicott and Windmill Road, on both sides of the carriageway and Dollicott, outside Nos 3-11.

The closure is required whilst Cala Homes works take place and it is anticipated that the works will commence on 4th April 2017 and will take approximately 12 months to complete.

The Order will come into operation on Tuesday 4th April 2017 when the appropriate signs are lawfully displayed and will continue for a period not exceeding eighteen months or until the said works have been completed whichever is the earlier.

Penalties for not observing these restrictions will be as prescribed by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and the Road Traffic Act 1991.

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