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Information on this page has been taken from Wycombe District Council (WDC) email publications from Sarah Barfield PA to Penelope Tollitt and Caroline Hughes, Head of Planning and Sustainability and Head of Environment.

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Planning Bulletin

03 August 2017                                    

Issue 30/2017

In the bulletin this week:

 

  • Local Plan – Memorandum of Understanding
  • Buckinghamshire Draft Minerals and Waste Local Plan Consultation: Additional Exhibition Dates
  • Results of the Planning Committee meeting held on 26 July 2017
  • Alternative route phase two

 

Local Plan – Memorandum of Understanding

 

As part of the Council’s work on the Local Plan and its Duty to Co-operate on strategic planning issues the Council has been working closely with the Bucks authorities and the Bucks Thames Valley LEP (BTVLEP), including critically on the scale and distribution of housing across the Bucks housing market area. Last month the Bucks districts and the BTVLEP signed a memorandum of understanding setting out the outcome of this co-operation including an agreement on the housing numbers. This means that the Wycombe Local Plan needs to plan for 10,925 homes over the period 2013-33 with 2,275 of “unmet need” from Wycombe District being accommodated in the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan.

 

You can view the full memorandum of understanding via the link below:

https://www.wycombe.gov.uk/uploads/public/documents/Planning/New-local-plan/Buckinghamshire-duty-to-cooperate-memorandum-of-understanding.pdf

 

Buckinghamshire Draft Minerals and Waste Local Plan Consultation: Additional Exhibition Dates

 

Last week, we advised that Buckinghamshire County Council are beginning consultation on the draft preferred options for their new Minerals and Waste Local Plan.

Two further exhibitions are now being planned if you would like to find out more about the draft plan or talk to officers. The details of these two further events are as follows:

 

 

Date

Location

Venue

Time

 

Wednesday 9 August

Beaconsfield

The Reading Room, Wycombe End, Beaconsfield, HP9 1ND

16.00 – 20.00

Tuesday 5 September

Iver

The Coppins, Iver Village Hall

Grange Way, Iver, SL0 9NW

16.00 – 20.00

 

                 

 

These events are in addition to the five other events which we advised on last week. Details are reproduced below for convenience.

 

Date

Location

Venue

Time

Tuesday

15 August

Aylesbury

Aylesbury Market

Market Square

Aylesbury

9.00 – 14.00

Thursday

17 August

Gerrards Cross

Memorial Centre

8 East Common

Gerrards Cross, SL9 7AD

14.00 – 20.00

Wednesday 23 August

Amersham

Market Hall,

High Street

Amersham, HP7 0DG

14.00 – 20.00

Tuesday

29 August

Buckingham

Buckingham Community Centre

Cornwalls Meadow

Buckingham,  MK18 1RP

14.00 – 20.00

Saturday

2 September

High Wycombe

High Wycombe Market

High Street

High Wycombe

10.00 – 16.00

 

The consultation on the Draft Buckinghamshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan Preferred Options will begin on Wednesday 2 August for an 8 week period until 27 September 2017

 

A copy of the draft plan document may be viewed online on the County Council’s minerals and waste planning policy web pages from 2 August (web link to the planning policy pages). Hard copies will also be available to view at the main reception areas of the County Council (County Hall and the main libraries around the County), as well as the main receptions of the district councils in the Buckinghamshire during normal business hours.

 

If there are any matters on which you require clarification please do not hesitate to contact our colleagues at Bucks County Council via mineralswastepolicy@buckscc.gov.uk or call 01296 395000.

 

Results of the Planning Committee meeting held on 26 July 2017

 

Application Ref: 17/05531/FUL

Site Address: Fieldgrove Nursery Hammersley Lane High Wycombe Buckinghamshire HP10 8HF

Proposal: Demolition of the existing buildings and erection of 3 x 4 bed detached dwellings and a pair of 4-bed semi-detached dwellings with associated garages, landscaping and new access.

Decision: Minded to grant permission subject to completion of a Planning Obligation

 

For further information please do not hesitate to contact Alastair Nicholson, the Development Manager, on 01494 421510 or e-mail alastair_nicholson@wycombe.gov.uk

 

Alternative Route Phase Two

 

For more information about the alternative route scheme visit:  Alternative route/Gas works link

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Planning Bulletin

22 June 2017                            

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Issue 24/2017

 

 

In the bulletin this week:

 

  • Local Plan Timetable
  • Residential Design Guidance SPD
  • Reminder: Quality Counts Tour
  • Alternative route phase two

Local Plan Timetable update

 

Keen followers of the local plan will be aware that the Council intended to produce the next version of the new Local Plan this summer.

 

We can now confirm that we will be taking the plan to our Cabinet and Council in September – sometimes referred to as ‘publication’. This will be followed by a 6 week public consultation starting in October. We will submit the plan to the Government in Spring 2018 for examination. The timetable is then in the hands of the Planning Inspectorate, but we would expect the hearings in the summer. This will probably lead to a further consultation on changes proposed by the Inspector, allowing us to adopt the plan in the Spring of 2019.

 

The delay in publishing the plan is a result of considering the implications of the Government’s Housing White paper produced earlier this year, updating the evidence base that supports the plan and continuing our negotiations with our neighbouring Buckinghamshire Councils’.

 

Residential Design Guidance SPD

 

The Council has adopted our new guidance on residential design.

 

The Residential Design Guidance SPD replaces the current guidance given in Appendix 1 of the adopted local plan (amended July 2013).

 

It applies to all residential development in the District and aims to ensure that all the new homes we build are designed well, contribute positively to the area and are great to live in for years to come.

Visit our website for more details and to download the guidance (Simon should be able to provide you with a link once the website has been updated)

 

Preparing the guidance has been a long journey as we started the project in 2013. In 2014 the main author, Jonathan Crowhurst was diagnosed with cancer and needed six months of chemotherapy, and a stem cell transplant in 2015. Thankfully, he is now in complete remission and completed the guidance. For more information on his personal story, see his video blog here which was made to coincide with World Cancer Day earlier this year.

Reminder: Quality Counts Tour 

 

This year the tour will focus on some recent mixed use and residential developments within Wycombe District.  The itinerary is still being drawn up but we are most likely to visit the mixed use redevelopment of the Hughenden Corridor and Taylor Wimpey’s Daws

Hill housing development as well as other sites.

 

To reserve your place on this year’s tour which is on 18 July, please book via this link  Quality Counts Tour or if you do not have access to a computer then please contact Sarah Barfield on 01494 421502.

Alternative Route Phase Two

 

For more information about the alternative route scheme visit:-  Alternative route/Gas works link

To subscribe to the weekly newsletter please email hitmailbox@buckscc.gov.uk.

To view previous project bulletins visit:- scheme bulletins

 

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Planning Bulletin

20 April 2017                                 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

In the bulletin this week:                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

   Issue 15/2017

  • Stakeholder Briefing, 15 March
  • OS Parcel 8955 & 9648, Askett Village Lane, Askett
  • Alternative route phase two

Stakeholder Briefing 15 March

It is our normal practice to include the presentation from a stakeholder briefing in the weekly bulletin the following week – but we have not done so for the briefing on 15 March. Please find a link to the presentation attached. Our apologies – and thanks to all those who attended.

OS Parcel 8955 & 9648, Askett Village Lane, Askett

No Bank Holiday rest for the Planning Enforcement Team.  There is no general requirement for an “out of hours” planning enforcement service as most breaches of planning control can be adequately dealt with during normal office hours.

Occasionally however issues have occurred over a Bank Holiday weekend where prompt action can limit or prevent long term harm being caused, at least until the matter can be properly addressed when the offices reopen.  On an entirely voluntary basis planning enforcement staff therefore provides a limited “out of hours” service on Bank Holidays.

On Thursday evening and the morning of Good Friday a hardstanding was put down to create two separate gypsy pitches and caravans were brought onto a field near Askett.

The site was visited by enforcement officers in the early afternoon of Good Friday and having obtained the details of the occupiers they returned to serve a Temporary Stop Notice by 6.00pm the same day; using for the first time the new powers delegated to them by the District Solicitor for such occasions. This prohibits further works being carried out to the site, or more caravans being brought onto the site.

Planning applications have been received for these works and once the necessary information is submitted these should be registered shortly. In the meantime enforcement officers are in discussion with the offenders in an attempt to resolve the matter without the need for further formal action.

Alternative Route Phase Two

For more information about the alternative route scheme visit:-  Alternative route/Gas works link

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Planning Bulletin

13 April 2017                                 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

  In the bulletin this week:                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

  Issue 14/2017

 

  • Princes Risborough Plan
  • Planning Fees
  • Survey – Creating Healthy Places
  • Alternative route phase two

Princes Risborough Plan

 

At Council on 3 April RARA presented a petition concerned at the scale of the expansion of Princes Risborough. The petition can be seen on this link:

https://councillors.wycombe.gov.uk/mgEPetitionListDisplay.aspx?RPID=28722462&HPID=28722462&VM=2

The Council’s Standing Orders provides for the petition to be formally validated against the Council’s petitions scheme, which sets out the response to a petition as follows:

 

  • Less than 200 signatories   –    a response from the relevant officer
  • 200 – 1,500 signatories        –    a response from the relevant Cabinet Member
  • 1,501 – 7,999 signatories     –    referral to Cabinet
  • 8,000 signatories                   –    debate at a full Council meeting.
  • For a single ward issue 500 signatories would trigger a full Council debate.

The petition has been validated. It contained 3,758 signatures. As it is not a single ward issue, a response to the petition will be given at the next Cabinet meeting, which is on 5 June.

The statement of the lead petitioner that was read out at the Council Meeting on Monday is attached to this bulletin, along with statement from the Leader of the Council.

The statement from the lead petitioner refers to the letters written to WDC by RARA. The responses to these letters can be found on the Council’s website at https://www.wycombe.gov.uk/pages/Planning-and-building-control/New-local-plan/Princes-Risborough-town-plan.aspx

Readers might be interested in the various fact sheets (no more than 4 sides each) prepared in relation to the plan, which have recently been updated in the light of the Council winning the recent Park Mill Farm appeal. https://www.wycombe.gov.uk/pages/Planning-and-building-control/New-local-plan/Princes-Risborough-town-plan.aspx

 

  • Background to growth at Princes Risborough in the context of the new Local Plan
  • Major growth at Princes Risborough – response to questions
  • Planned Growth at Princes Risborough – infrastructure provision

 

Planning Fees Increase

From the 1st July 2017, planning fees will be increasing by 20%.  These fees can be found on our website https://www.wycombe.gov.uk/pages/Planning-and-building-control/Planning-applications/Planning-application-fees.aspx.     For more detailed information regarding the current regulations, please refer to the Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications, Requests and Site Visits) (England) Regulations 2012.

Survey – Creating Healthy Places

Design Council and Social Change UK are undertaking research to uncover what people working in the built environment do to create healthy places, the barriers that prevent professionals from going further, and how these barriers could be overcome in the future. The survey takes 5-10 minutes to complete and runs until 26 April.  The research findings will be published in June 2017.

Take the survey ‘How good are you at creating healthy places?’ here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/healthyplacemaking

For more information, please visit the Creating Healthy Places<http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/what-we-do/creating-healthy-places> webpage

Alternative Route Phase Two

For more information about the alternative route scheme visit:-  Alternative route/Gas works link

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Planning Bulletin

05 April 2017                                 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Issue 13/2017

 

 

In the bulletin this week:

 

  • Princes Risborough: delivery plan funding
  • Public Consultation for Redevelopment of the Former Staff Car Park of Broomwade-Compair at Bellfield Road
  • Thames Water: recent fine
  • Alternative route phase two

Princes Risborough: delivery plan funding

 

Wycombe District Council put in a bid for Government funds before Christmas to help fund the work to take the Town Plan to a more detailed level. This bid was successful. The funding received from the Government amounts to some £222,000. WDC assembled match funding of £132k. Work on the ‘delivery’ and ‘capacity’ plans can now start in earnest – we will, of course, keep you up to date as the project progresses through the Weekly Bulletin.

 

Developer Consultation: Redevelopment of the Former Staff Car Park of Broomwade-Compair at Bellfield Road

 

On 6 April, the Major Projects team of the Council is inviting you to come along and comment on the proposal for the redevelopment of the Former Staff Car Park of Broomwade-Compair at Bellfield Road.  Consultation Boards and staff from Pick Everard & Savills will be at the Foyer / Entrance of Morrison Superstore, Temple End HP13 5XX, from midday until 8.00 p.m.

 

Major Projects are proposing 62 affordable housing apartments in a seven-storey block with the requisite car parking, both adjacent and under-croft, with roof top and courtyard gardens. In addition, the team is also proposing in the first phase 12,600 sqft of low cost workspaces and associated car parking for furniture makers and crafts trades, with the title of “H-Qube Maker Space.”

 

Your feedback is genuinely welcome, before the planning application is submitted.

Thames Water: recent fine

 

As many of you will have heard on the national news, Thames Water was recently fined over £20m because of pollution incidents.

 

One of these was at the Thames near the Little Marlow Lakes. Readers might be interested to read more in the press release issued by the Little Marlow Lakes Country Park Community Partnership, which is attached to this Bulletin.

 

Alternative Route Phase Two

 

For more information about the alternative route scheme visit:-  Alternative route/Gas works link

 

To subscribe to the weekly newsletter please email hitmailbox@buckscc.gov.uk.

 

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Planning Bulletin

30 March 2017                                 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Issue 12/2017

 

In the bulletin this week:

 

  • Bledlow-cum-Saunderton Neighbourhood Plan – Referendum  4 May
  • Alternative route phase two

Bledlow-cum-Saunderton Neighbourhood Plan – Referendum: 4 May

Bledlow-cum-Saunderton parish council submitted a proposed neighbourhood plan in August 2016 for formal consultation. We consulted on the plan between 12 September and 25 October 2016, then submitted the plan for independent external examination.

The Council received the examiner’s report in December 2016 and made an initial decision in February to proceed to referendum. Following a potential legal challenge the Council has revisited the examiner’s report and has recently made a new decision, which is also for the plan to proceed to referendum.

Wycombe District Council is satisfied that the Bledlow-cum-Saunderton Neighbourhood Development Plan, as amended in accordance with paragraph 12(4)(b) of Schedule 4B to the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, meets the basic conditions set out in paragraph 8(2) of Schedule 4B to the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and complies with the provisions made by or under sections 38A and 38B of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.

The Counting Officer (Karen Satterford) has decided that the Referendum would be on Thursday 4 May at the same time as the County elections. The referendum area is the Bledlow-cum-Saunderton Parish area.

Information on the referendum, the decision statement, the examiner’s report and the Neighbourhood Plan documents can be found on our website.

https://www.wycombe.gov.uk/pages/About-the-council/Elections-and-voting/Bledlow-cum-Saunderton-neighbourhood-planning-referendum.aspx

Any query about the referendum should be addressed to Rob Curtis rob.curtis@wycombe.gov.uk or 01494 421 242.

Alternative Route Phase Two

 

For more information about the alternative route scheme visit:-  Alternative route/Gas works link

 

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Planning Bulletin

22 March 2017                                 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Issue 11/2017

 

In the bulletin this week:

  • Park Mill Farm, Princes Risborough Appeal
  • How Can we Work Together Efficiently and More Effectively?
  • Alternative route phase two

Planning appeal for Park Mill Farm, Princes Risborough

 

The Planning Inspector has issued his decision on the appeal for up to 500 dwellings at Park Mill Farm, Princes Risborough, which was heard at Public Inquiry over 8 days back in January of this year.  The appeal is dismissed and planning permission is refused. A copy of the decision notice is attached, but can also be viewed on the web site LINK HERE to our Public Access page then enter the reference number 15/07825/OUTEA.

 

In summary, the Inspector dismissed the appeal because in the absence of an underpass the proposal would lack the necessary integration with Princes Risborough, fail to maximise the use of sustainable transport modes, and in the absence of demonstrating that the proposed highway mitigation would be acceptable the development would have a severe impact on the local highway network. 

 

The Inspector also ordered a partial award of costs against the Council for acting unreasonably in pursuing a reason for refusal related to the quantum of development and the effect on the character and appearance of the area. 

 

How Can we Work Together Efficiently and More Effectively?

 

We would like to work more efficiently and more effectively with you.  With this in mind, we would like to invite you to consider how you email us.  Sometimes emails are sent to the Council which copy in a number of other officers.  Because it can take time to establish who your email is for, or who within the email chain is going to be responsible for replying to you, it can result in a delayed response.  It can also mean a number of staff end up duplicating work in order to reply to you which means tax payers have paid more than was necessary for the service.

 

We understand you may not know who to address your enquiry to so we hope that by clarifying things for you, it will mean we can work together to deliver a more efficient and cost effective service for you !.

 

Contact :

  • If you are contacting the Council in relation to general planning matters you can email us at planning@wycombe.gov.uk. Emails to this domain are monitored regularly throughout the working day. 
  • If you are wishing to make a representation on a planning application, you have 3 options.  You can either send your representation to planning@wycombe.gov.uk, to the individual case officer, or you can submit it via public access from our website.  Please note : Officers do not reply to representation letters.  They do however take all your comments into account before the application is determined.

 

 

So to recap : if you want the most efficient and cost effective service, please help us to deliver that to you by only emailing the generic email address or the email address of one officer.

 

 

Alternative Route Phase Two

 

For more information about the alternative route scheme visit:-  Alternative route/Gas works link

 

To subscribe to the weekly newsletter please email hitmailbox@buckscc.gov.uk.

 

To view previous project bulletins visit:- scheme bulletins

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Planning Bulletin

16 March 2017                                 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 

 

Issue 10/2017

 

In the bulletin this week:

  • Local Plan stakeholder event
  • Results of the Planning Committee meeting held on 8 March 2017
  • Alternative route phase two

Local Plan Stakeholder Briefing 

 

Many thanks to the 70-or-so of you that attended our event last night. We hope you found it informative. The slides can be found here Stakeholder presentation.   As we have previously advised, we are awaiting further information on the White Paper before confirming the exact timetable. Please do not interpret this in any way as the Local Plan being put on hold. As we advised last night, we are continuing to press on with plan preparation, hoping to bring it to Cabinet and Council in the Summer – subject to a better understanding of issues in the White Paper – and until this is better understood no firm dates will be set

 

Results of the Planning Committee meeting held on 8 March 2017

 

Application Ref: 16/08035/FUL

Site Address: Land Adjacent 82 Daws Hill Lane High Wycombe Buckinghamshire

Proposal: Erection of detached 4 bed dwelling and detached open carport with associated parking

Decision: Application Deferred for further consideration

 

Application Ref: 16/08109/FUL

Site Address: Well End Lodge Chapman Lane Bourne End Buckinghamshire SL8 5PA

Proposal: Erection of detached two storey 5-bed dwelling & bin stores with creation of new access from Chapman Lane

Decision: Application Permitted

 

Application Ref: 16/08263/FUL

Site Address: Willow View Windmill Lane Widmer End Buckinghamshire HP15 6AU

Proposal: Householder application for construction of single storey detached outbuilding and raising of the ground levels adjacent to the detached outbuilding.(retrospective)

Decision: Application Refused

 

Application Ref: 16/08264/FUL

Site Address: Willow View Windmill Lane Widmer End Buckinghamshire HP15 6AU

Proposal: Householder application for erection of detached outbuilding for use as garage and home office space above (retrospective)

Decision: Application Refused

 

Application Ref: 15/08478/FUL

Site Address: The Old Ship  Marlow Road Cadmore End Buckinghamshire HP14 3PN

Proposal: Change of use of land adjacent to the Old Ship Public House from equestrian to Use Class A4 (Drinking Establishment) including the creation of a new vehicular access to the site, re-surfacing and grading of the existing sloped site with gravel rolled tarmac and compacted gravel, associated landscaping,  gates and a below the ground gas tank

Decision: Application Permitted

 

Application Ref: 16/07715/FUL

Site Address: The Yew Tree Frieth Hill Frieth Buckinghamshire RG9 6PJ

Proposal: Erection of 1 x pair of 3-bed two storey semi-detached cottages, 1 detached 3-bed two storey cottage all with associated parking & landscaping & new boundary walls to either side of access

Decision: Application deferred before Planning Committee for further consideration.

 

Application Ref: 16/07958/FUL

Site Address: Land Adjoining, Saddleback Barn, Chadwell Hill Farm, Lower Icknield Way, Longwick, Buckinghamshire, HP27 9RL

Proposal: Erection of single storey round chapel

Decision: Application was Withdrawn before Planning Committee for further consideration

 

For further information please do not hesitate to contact Alastair Nicholson, the Development Manager, on 01494 421510 or e-mail alastair_nicholson@wycombe.gov.uk

 

Alternative Route Phase Two

 

For more information about the alternative route scheme visit:-  Alternative route/Gas works link

 

To subscribe to the weekly newsletter please email hitmailbox@buckscc.gov.uk.

 

To view previous project bulletins visit:- scheme bulletins

 

 

Planning Bulletin

14 December 2016                                

Issue 50/2016

In the bulletin this week:

  • Removal of public telephone kiosks
  • Alternative Route phase two
  • Reminder:  Christmas Drinks

 

Removal of Public Telephone Kiosks

Wycombe District Council has issued a draft decision to proposals by BT to permanently remove 54 public call boxes in locations across Wycombe District.  It is proposed to object to the removal of 13 of the call boxes, and to consent to the removal of 41.   A copy of the draft decision – the “First Notification” can be viewed on Public Access using the reference number 16/07915/CONBT. 

If you wish to make representations on this proposal these need to be submitted by 17.15 on 12 January 2017.  If you have any queries about the proposals please contact Jenny Ion on 01494 421599 or by e-mail at jenny_ion@wycombe.gov.uk.

Alternative Route Phase Two

 For more information about the alternative route scheme visit http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/transport/scheme-and-projects/strategic-economic-plan/high-wycombe-town-centre-masterplan/alternative-route-gas-works-link/.  To subscribe to the weekly newsletter please email  hitmailbox@buckscc.gov.uk

 To view previous project bulletins click here

Reminder: Christmas drinks

It may feel a bit early to be making arrangements for Christmas – but diaries fill up so quickly! David Johncock and Penelope Tollitt would like to invite you to Christmas drinks on Wednesday 21 December 5.00-7.00 Committee Room 2 here at WDC Offices, Queen Victoria Road.

This will be the second year – and have decided this year to extend the invite to all the Weekly Bulletin readers. At its best, planning is highly collaborative and creative, but it can be very stressful too – and Christmas gives us the opportunity to stand back and have conversations ‘outside’ of the ‘planning bubble’. It is completely informal – and you may well have better things to do with your time! But if you’ve finished your Christmas shopping, or can stop by on your way between more important events, we would be very glad share a glass and a mince pie.

If you are able to join us could you please let Sarah Barfield know, Sarah.Barfield@wycombe.gov.uk.

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Regards

Sarah Barfield

PA to Penelope Tollitt and Caroline Hughes

Head of Planning and Sustainability and Head of Environment

 

Wycombe District Council | Queen Victoria Road | High Wycombe | Bucks | HP11 1BB

01494 421502 | www.wycombe.gov.uk

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Planning Bulletin

17 November 2016

In the bulletin this week:

Alternative Route phase two

Planning Committee results

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Results of the Planning Committee meeting held on 16 November 2016

Application Ref: 16/05846/OUTEA

Site Address: Land At: Park Mill Farm Park Mill Princes Risborough Buckinghamshire

Proposal: Outline application with all matters reserved for the construction of residential development with public open space and ancillary development

Decision: Minded to grant permission subject to completion of a Planning Obligation.

Application Ref: 16/06960/FUL

Site Address: Brendon Hammersley Lane High Wycombe Buckinghamshire HP10 8HG

Proposal: Demolition of existing dwelling and garages and erection of 3 x 5 bed detached dwellings and garages, alterations to existing access, closure of southern access and creation of additional access for plot 3

Decision: Application Permitted

Application Ref: 16/06961/FUL

Site Address: 3 The Parade Totteridge Drive High Wycombe Buckinghamshire HP13 6UH

Proposal: Change of use from a takeaway (Class A5) with storage at the rear to a mixed use comprising a shop (Class A1) and supplementary education facility (Class D1) with associated external alterations to front (part retrospective)

Decision: Temporary Permission for 18 months

For further information please do not hesitate to contact Alastair Nicholson, the Development Manager, on 01494 421510 or e-mail alastair_nicholson@wycombe.gov.uk

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