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By Haddenham Webteam - 17th February 2021 10:45am
The detailed planning application submitted by Redrow Homes, in relation to HAD007 (the area of agricultural land west of Churchway, on the northern boundary of the village beyond Rosemary Lane) was discussed last Monday by the planning committee of Haddenham Parish Council.
The primary concerns and criticisms of the parish council have been published previously — see PDF here.
We are now able to present the views of the Haddenham Village Society, as captured in the document that it has submitted to Buckinghamshire Council, in response to what it considers to be "an appalling planning application".
To read the HVS commentary, click on the PDF featured on this page.
Your chance to comment:
The required Planning Notice was not posted in a timely manner and so the consultation period for residents to comment on Redrow's plans for HAD007 is extended to 12th March 2021.
If you'd like to register your comments with Buckinghamshire Council planners, visit the Bucks planning portal and paste this reference number 21/00215/ADP into the 'Search' window here
We will keep Haddenham residents fully informed of Buckinghamshire Council's response in due course.
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