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Following the meeting with Redrow on 2nd November chaired by Greg Smith MP, Redrow agreed to hold monthly 'resident liaison meetings'.

The first of these meetings is on Friday 26th January, in the Village Hall Conference Room, between 12:30 and 13:30.

David Truesdale and Sue Gilbert will be in attendance from the Parish Council; Keith Milmer and Richard Hirst will be there to represent the Village Society.

If local residents have any questions for Redrow but are unable to attend in person, it is suggested that they forward their questions in advance to alice.kirkham@redrow.co.uk, copied to clerk@haddenham-bucks-pc.gov.uk.

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