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By Haddenham Webteam - 9th February 2017 1:00pm
Do you have views about the House of Spice restaurant being converted into dwellings?
An appeal has been launched to challenge the decision of AVDC to reject the planning application for the House of Spice (19 Fort End, Haddenham).
The application was for the conversion of the building to form seven dwellings including the demolition of rear outbuilding, single storey rear lean-to element, single storey rear extension to east & porch and erection of replacement single storey rear lean-to extensions, external alterations, parking and amenity space.
An Informal Hearing into the appeal will start on Wednesday 1st March in Conference Room 2, The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury commencing at 10.00am.
Haddenham residents and representatives of local organisations are welcome to attend and may, at the Inspector's discretion, offer their views.
Facilities available at The Gateway are: visitors' parking (Inc. disabled), good access for all and a café for refreshments.
Copies of the appeal documents are available to view/download from the AVDC planning website NB: be patient — this webpage can be very slow to load!
Once a decision has been made it will be published on the National Planning Portal.
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