We invite our residents to attend our next parish council meeting on Monday 23rd October at 7.30pm in Farnham Common Village Hall. Parish Councils are the ‘grass roots’ level of local government where your opinion really matters. Please come along and have your say during the first fifteen minutes of our meetings on any issue that you wish to raise or comment on and of course stay to hear the debate on the local issues on the agenda. Please take a look at the agenda which has been put up on the relevant page of this website. This month local planning issues are some of the more pressing concerns – the most recent attempt by Slough to land grab some of South Bucks, debate on an approach from a local developer to develop Green Belt land in our parish, and commenting on the development of a new brownfield register for the area. We are happy to represent our residents but would find it easier if more residents engaged to have their say. If you cannot attend a meeting then please let our Clerk have your views.
Monthly Archives: October 2017
Grove Court Properties have developed revised proposals for the former Haymill garage and car dealership on Beaconsfield Road for a reduced scheme.
As you may recall, proposals for a care home for the elderly on the site was refused planning permission earlier this year and is currently going through the appeal process. Grove Court Properties is preparing to submit a revised smaller application which addresses the previous reasons for refusal. They are therefore inviting local residents to meet with them and discuss the plans on Monday 9 October. They say they will be in the area between 4pm and 8pm and will meet with residents if they are contacted to do so.
Should you have any queries on the scheme or wish to meet with them, please do not hesitate to contact Lauren Whipp on 01296 678320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org