Church End Green
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 29th April 2020 12:30pm
The owners of the building from which the House of Spice operates have submitted a renewed planning application to convert it into five dwellings together with parking and amenity space.
Many local residents in Haddenham would much prefer to see the building remain as a restaurant, or even revert to its former use as a pub — particularly as the village grows in size and there is a growing demand for places to eat and drink.
If you wish to comment on this applcation, the deadline to tomorrow — Thursday 30th April 2020.
It may assist those inclined to comment to read the objections already submitted by two representative bodies, namely Haddenham Parish Council and the Village Society. See the PDFs featured on this webpage.
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