WRR in VH
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 22nd November 2015 2:00pm
The Planning Enquiry relating to the Aston Road / Glebe site will be held during the coming week, beginning on Tuesday 24th November.
This is a public exercise, and residents are welcome to attend.
The hearings will commence at 10:00am each day, and will be held in the Diamond Room at the Gateway AVDC offices, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury HP19 8FF.
If similar procedures are followed to those implemented during the Ford Wind Turbine Inquiry, individual members of the public will be asked to sign in as they enter the room and may well be asked at that point if they wish to address the enquiry.
It is likely that that the AVDC witness will be heard first, in order that the public can be acquainted with the broader aspects of the case; followed by the Parish Council witnesses and concluding with the applicant's witnesses.
The programme is likely to be as follows:
C = AVDC
HPC = Haddenham Parish Council (represented by Mike Gilbert and Sir Roderick Floud)
LS = Lightwood Strategic
|Tuesday 24 Nov am||(C) Jarvis|
|Tuesday 24 Nov pm||(C) Jarvis/ (HPC) Gilbert|
|Wednesday 25 Nov am||(HPC) Floud/(LS) Bell|
|Wednesday 25 Nov pm||(LS) Jones|
|Thursday 25 Nov am||Public session|
|Thursday 25 Nov pm||(LS) Weaver/conditions discussion possibly|
|Friday 26 Nov||Conditions/Concluding remarks/Site visit|
Mike Gilbert is a Planning Consultant, acting for HPC
Ms Jarvis is a consultant employed by AVDC
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