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GIVE YOUR VIEWS: Plans unveiled for new houses on Little Chalfont Park site 

 Published on: 3rd August 2021   |   By: Amneet Kaur   |   Category: Uncategorized

Plans to build new homes on a former golf course site in Little Chalfont have been unveiled.

Biddulph (Buckinghamshire) Ltd is looking to build the houses at Little Chalfont Park and Homestead Farm between Lodge Lane and Burtons Lane.

Developers are preparing to submit the plans to Buckinghamshire council and are asking locals to voice their views on the proposal.

It is anticipated that the site will accommodate around 350 new homes, including affordable housing, a retirement village of around 100 new homes and a care home.

On their website, they said: “The new proposals at Little Chalfont Park will provide much needed new homes in a high-quality landscaped setting, including the potential for affordable housing and provision for the elderly, a new primary school and nursery, community hub and valley park, improvements to junctions on the A404 and public transport infrastructure, and pedestrian routes and cycleways.”

Local people can help shape and inform the proposals via an interactive map, which can be found here littlechalfont.cratusengage.co.uk/interactive-map

They have time to leave their comments by Monday August 23, 2021.

The developers added: “We would like to hear what you “like” and “dislike” about Little Chalfont and the area around the former golf course and your ideas for the new neighbourhood itself.

“We will assess all comments received and feed them to our design team as they work up a Vision and masterplan for the new neighbourhood, for presentation to the community via Zoom at 7pm, Wednesday September 15, 2021.”

Residents have expressed mixed views on the proposals.

One of the comments left on the interactive map read: “The location is close to the village and surrounded by other housing. It is a good location for a gentle increase in housing density that will preserve the surrounding green field locations.”

Another comment read: “It is designated Green Belt and should remain so. The impact of any further developments in the village will have negative impact on the already stretched infrastructure.”

Picture credit JTP Architects

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2 Comments

  1. Ethan Vurdien September 18th, 2021, 7:11 pm

    Please don’t buid anythng, it will destory our country side.

  2. Ethan Vurdien September 18th, 2021, 7:12 pm

    Please don’t buid anythng, it will destory our country side.

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