Planning

Set procedure for reviewing the Claydon’s Solar Panel project

You may already have seen the plans from EDF Renewables proposing to build a huge 2,100 acre Solar Farm on Claydon Estate land. Because of the size this becomes a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project. This is managed and received by the Planning Inspectorate (or formerly by the Infrastructure Planning Commission). The process is significantly different

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Proposed new solar farm with battery storage surrounding our villages

Just this past week we have learned that a large mail drop from a company called Rosefield Solar Farm, will be put through letterboxes to all Claydon, Calvert and Quainton homes. This leaflet will announce that a proposal for a 600-acre solar farm is being developed on land owned by Nicolas Verney and the Claydon

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East & Botolph Claydon entries on the Local Heritage List

Buckinghamshire Council is generating a ‘Local Heritage List’.  This aims to “identify locally significant, so-called non-designated heritage assets and to celebrate their contribution to local identity and character.” NB This is different to the Conservation Area or statutory listings and designations (eg, Grade I, II, and II* Listed Buildings) which have particular implications with planning

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Council makes ‘Brown Before Green’ pledge to prioritise brownfield site development

Buckinghamshire Council has begun preliminary work on the Local Plan for Buckinghamshire, which will shape the future for the county’s planning and development. And as it does so, it is clearly stating a policy pledge: Brown Before Green. The Local Plan for Buckinghamshire will seek to balance the need for new homes and related facilities

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Give your views on designs for new Winslow sports hub

Buckinghamshire Council has unveiled exciting design options for the new sports hub planned for Winslow and wants to hear local views on the proposals. Following community consultations, new visuals have been developed which show the proposals for the site located on Redfield Farm which include: A multi-use games area (MUGA) A skatepark Three tennis courts

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Questionnaire Survey – The Discovery & Exploration Phase for the new Local Plan for Buckinghamshire

Dear Consultee, I am writing about an important survey we’re launching about the future of Buckinghamshire. It’s a questionnaire survey for the new Local Plan for Buckinghamshire. We want to hear your views about living and working in Buckinghamshire, what problems and issues you may face, and what your needs are in the future. We

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