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Judicial Review of Our NP

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David Truesdale, MBE

Following recent news that Lightwood Strategic (the development company that is looking to exploit the Aston Road/Glabe land) has called for a judicial review of AVDC's 'making' (i.e., acceptance and publication) of Haddenham's Neighbourhood Plan, David Truesdale issued the following statement on behalf of Haddenham Parish Council.

"The Parish Council is dismayed by the arrogance of this developer and its clients, which include the Church, in trying to overturn local democratic decision which voted by 86% in our recent Neighbourhood Plan referendum to exclude this proposal from our preferred development sites."

David Truesdale
Chairman, HPC Planning Committee

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