The Wendover Society
The Wendover Society

14 January 2018Planning and Traffic Update
12 January 2018Proposed Changes to The Wendover Society Constitution
11 January 2018Wendover Society Donate £1,700 to WPC HS2 Mined Tunnel Campaign
10 January 2018January 2018 Newsletter
08 January 2018Parking in Wendover
04 December 2017The Wendover Society - Chairman's Letter December 2017
28 November 2017Mix96 Interview with John Mayhead Regarding AVDC Plans for RAF Halton Site
20 November 2017HS2 Contractors Asked to Consider Additional Tunnels through Chilterns AONB to Resolve Construction Challenges
10 November 2017Traffic Noise and Speeding in Wendover
09 November 2017Letter to Members - Submit Your Comments on Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
08 November 2017Wendover Society Response to Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP)
01 November 2017Consultation on Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP) Starts on 2 November
09 October 2017Planning Inspectorate Rejects Appeal for Planning Permission for Housing Development on Land Adjacent to Halton Lane, Wendover
06 October 2017Initial Reactions to Latest Vale of Aylesbury Plan (VALP)
06 October 2017HS2 Public Meeting in Memorial Hall Organised by Wendover Parish Council and the Wendover Society
15 September 2017Wendover Society Response to BCC Consultation on Minerals and Waste Local plan
10 September 2017Wendover Society News Update
28 August 2017August 2017 Newsletter
04 June 2017Wendover Society - HS2 Update From The Chairman
11 March 2017The Wendover Society - A Letter From Your Chairman

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Planning and Traffic Update
Sunday 14 January 2018

Planning Update

Members will remember last year that the Planning Inspector turned down a developers appeal on the field on the left of Halton Lane for a proposal for 175 houses.  The Society had made a submission to the Inspectorate arguing against the proposal so we were pleased to see the Inspector agreed with us. We now hear that the developer has challenged the decision. We have already made contact with AVDC and our local councillors and await to hear if they intend to contest this objection on the grounds it runs counter to the published VALP - Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan.

Traffic Issue

In our consultation reply to the VALP last year we commented on the suggestion contained in one of the technical appendices that traffic would use Hale Road / Church Lane as a ‘rat run’ to avoid congestion in Wendover High Street. We believed that the suggestion to be unworkable due to the nature of the road and the narrowness of two parts of the carriageway. Wendover Parish council had recently been discussing the issue with Bucks CC and on 9th January were due to discuss a proposal to part fund an official traffic study to reopen Hale Road right up to the by-pass and to make Church Lane one-way, in other words to create a sort of official rat-run. In advance of the meeting the Society made a representation to the PC advising caution on developing the idea and to ask that residents affected should be consulted with before the idea went further. At the meeting Jeff Addison, who lives on Hale Road and is a Society member made an impassioned plea pointing out the disadvantages of the idea. We were pleased that the PC threw out the proposal and in direct response to a question confirmed that both ideas were now firmly off their agenda.