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House of Spice: New Application

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As regular readers will know, various planning applications have been submitted to AVDC for the conversion of the House of Spice (19/20 Fort End) into dwellings. Thus far all applications have been refused — for the most recent article, see here

In the last few days, a further application has been submitted to the AVDC Planning Department, for "Mixed use development including the demolition, extension, alteration and conversion of 19/20 Fort End, Haddenham, and comprising an A3 unit with five dwellings together with parking and amenity space".

If you wish to inspect all relevant documents, click here, select "Search for planning applications" and enter this reference code in the search window: 18/02385/APP

To save you the bother, some of the key documents are available as PDFs on this page.

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