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Public exhibition to be held on Ashwells development

| October 27, 2016

In November 2016 a public exhibition is to be held on proposals to build approximately 125 homes and a hilltop park at land at Ashwells, High Wycombe.

The landowner and developer, Wycombe District Council is bringing forward proposals, advised by Savills, to provide serviced plots of land for housing.

Staffed drop-in events will be held in the Penn Room at Tylers Green Village Hall in Church Road at the following times :

  • Tuesday 8th November 2016 between 12.30pm and 6.30pm.
  • Thursday 10th November 2016 between 2.30pm and 6.30pm.
  • Saturday 19th November 2016 between 9.15am and 12.15pm.

The exhibition will also be available to view in the Barnes Room at Tylers Green Village Hall in Church Road on 9 November however at this session council officers will not be on hand to answer questions.

Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Economic Development at Wycombe District Council, Cllr Roger Wilson, said: ‘I would urge people to come along to the exhibition to shape our plans for the Ashwells site.

The Ashwells-specific consultation is the council, as landowner and developer, seeking residents’ views on our plans to provide ‘ready-to-go’ plots for smaller house builders and potentially local families to build their own homes.

It is totally separate to the council’s concurrent planning consultation on the wider Gomm Valley and Ashwells reserve site, to which these Ashwells proposals aim to respond to.

From Tuesday 8th November 2016 information and design concepts will be displayed on the Wycombe District Council website at www.wycombe.gov.uk/ashwells-development, residents are invited to make comments via the web form. The online form will close to comments from the public on Friday 25th November 2016.

The public exhibition is separate to the ongoing consultation on the draft development brief for the Gomm Valley and Ashwells reserve sites, also being undertaken by Wycombe District Council in its role as the planning authority.

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