By Haddenham Webteam - 24th June 2014 10:30am
Regular visitors to Haddenham.net will be aware that various plot locations are being considered for the building of new homes in the village.
A public consultation was held over the weekend of 12th-14th June by Lands Improvement in respect of development on the airfield. Further early planning steps are underway with respect to the land in the South-Eastern corner of Haddenham bordered by Willis Road, Stanbridge Road and Aston Road.
In addition to these two potential sites, CALA Homes is in the early stages of preparing a planning application for a development of approximately 60 homes on land off Dollicott.
The company is keen to emphasise that it is committed to consulting with the local communities in which it builds and would like to hear the thoughts of residents on three different layout options that it will be presenting for this development.
CALA Homes is therefore holding a public consultation event on Wednesday 2nd July from 2:30pm-8:00pm at Haddenham Methodist Church, 25 High Street, Haddenham, HP17 8ES.
The company welcomes any feedback that local residents might have, and is keen to provide answers to potential questions.
Further information on CALA can be found at: www.cala.co.uk
The company hopes you are able to join them on Wednesday 2nd July 2014. Alternatively if you are unable to attend you can ask to be sent copies of the options and provide your
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