Community Infant School
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 21st September 2014 7:30pm
The Neighbourhood Plan team, led by Parish Councillor Andy Fell, is doing an excellent job taking the village consultation process forward, and there is a significant possibility that the views of local residents will be taken into account in terms of the desired scale of expansion of Haddenham over the coming years, despite the fact that the Aylesbury Vale Plan was rejected by Government officials and is currently being re-drafted .
Have Your Say!
The Neighbourhood Plan team is aiming to define the maximum numbers of houses that are sustainable on the various sites around the village to include in the Plan before the end of the year.
The team members are holding a "site allocation workshop" on Saturday 27th September, from 10.00am in Haddenham Community Infant School Hall to define the criteria against which all potential sites can be judged.
Come along for a cup of tea and have your say on what is important to you. It is hoped to reach some provisional conclusions around lunchtime.
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