By Haddenham Webteam - 15th August 2016 11:00am
Haddenham Parish Council would like to point out that an unfortunate error has crept onto the front page of its latest 'Village News'.
Special Issue No.87 (August 2016) has a map illustrating the possible new housing numbers allocated in the draft Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP) to the various sites around Haddenham.
The rather controversial Aston Road site (opposite Tiggywinkles) is labelled in the latest Village News as having 28 new homes allocated. The correct number, of course, is 10 times that figure, at 280.
The editor of Village News apologises for this error.
This in no way detracts from the key message from HPC, which is to urge as many village residents as possible to respond to the VALP consultation, and to write directly AVDC in your own style. The deadline is Monday 5th September 2016.
You can view the VALP document online here.
The simplest and easiest method for offering your comments is via the online form here.
Or you could send an email to this address: email@example.com
Or by snail mail (letter post) to:
Once again, the deadline is Monday 5th September 2016, and the clock is ticking .....!
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