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NOT IN FAVOUR: Chalfont St Peter Parish Council opposes construction of service station on M25

 Published on: 7th June 2021   |   By: Amneet Kaur   |   Category: Uncategorized

Chalfont St Peter Parish Council submitted its report opposing the proposal to construct a service station on the M25 in the greenbelt near Chalfont St Peter.

Back in August 2019 Chalfont St Peter Parish Council responded to the original planning application for a Motorway Services to be located on the land between Junction 15 and 17 of the M25.

The contractors appealed the planning decision.

The parish council have responded with updated representations to the planning appeal against non-determination of outline planning application PL19/2260/OA, registered under appeal reference 21/3272171.

In a statement the parish council said: “The entirety of this development proposal falls within Green Belt. The Parish Council recognises that principles relating to developing the Green Belt have not changed since the publication of our last representations and therefore we reiterate that the development proposal does not constitute very special circumstances and the merits of the proposal do not outweigh the level of harm to the Green Belt.”

Another issue highlighted by the parish council is parking.

A statement reads: “Adjacent Robertswood School, Denham Lane has limited and insufficient parking for even its own staff. Recently, double yellow lines have been painted around the school entrance and surrounding junctions which puts additional pressure on parking.”

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