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By Haddenham Webteam - 22nd November 2020 8:00pm
As many residents will be aware, the application for Change of Use by Mr James Collins, owner of the Green Dragon, was rejected by AVDC Planning. It subsequently went to appeal and the AVDC rejection was upheld.
Last week Mr Collins submitted a further appeal against the decision ....!
Residents may also recall that the Green Dragon is listed for sale with an "overage" clause on it, which means that any purchaser would have to pay 70% of any profit they receive to the current owner following any eventual change of use to residential — for the next 70 years.
If you wish to comment, please send three copies to the Planning Inspectorate within five weeks of the appeal start date (18 November 2020), quoting Planning Inspectorate reference number APP/J0405/W/20/3260807
You can do so online at: https://acp.planninginspectorate.gov.uk
Or you can send your comments to: Initial Appeals, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Temple Quay, Bristol BS16PN
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