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Planning Application for The North Arms Comment period now closed. We await a decision.
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New Planning application for Wroxton Trinity have submitted a planning application for Laurel’s Farm which is the last farm in Wroxton. It involves demolition of agricultural buildings, the conversion of an existing barn to a 5 bedroom house, the construction of two banks of 3 terraced 3 bedroom houses, and two 4 bedroom detached houses. One terrace is thatched, the remaining buildings being roofed with natural slate. Most people agree that a limited development in Wroxton would be a good thing, there is however no mention of ‘affordable housing’ in this development. You can view the application by going to https://planningregister.cherwell.gov.uk/Search and typing Laurels Farm into the search box.
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I have copies of the plans and if anyone would like to view them they could ring me: 07771 790172. This matter will be discussed at the next Parish Council meeting on Monday 2nd September and the Parish Council would as many villagers as possible to attend with their views. Delia Hathaway
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Editor Richard Woollacott. Email- editorATwroxton.org..uk (Replace AT with the @ sign to save us spam!)
Wroxton Village Web Site
Planning Application for The North Arms Comment period now closed. We await a decision.
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New Planning application for Wroxton Trinity have submitted a planning application for Laurel’s Farm which is the last farm in Wroxton. It involves demolition of agricultural buildings, the conversion of an existing barn to a 5 bedroom house, the construction of two banks of 3 terraced 3 bedroom houses, and two 4 bedroom detached houses. One terrace is thatched, the remaining buildings being roofed with natural slate. Most people agree that a limited development in Wroxton would be a good thing, there is however no mention of ‘affordable housing’ in this development. You can view the application by going to https://planningregister.cherwell.gov.uk/Search and typing Laurels Farm into the search box.
Outing to the Indian Queen
I have copies of the plans and if anyone would like to view them they could ring me: 07771 790172. This matter will be discussed at the next Parish Council meeting on Monday 2nd September and the Parish Council would as many villagers as possible to attend with their views. Delia Hathaway
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