Hollands Farm, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire

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January 2021

We are putting together our proposals for Hollands Farm so that we bring forward a sustainable and deliverable development for Bourne End.
 
We will be starting our public consultation in the coming weeks, further details on our proposals will be available via the website www.catesby-hollandsfarm.co.uk soon.

Are you struggling to get on the housing ladder to buy your own home, or on the Wycombe District Council Housing Register?

Be the first to hear the latest news on our Affordable Homes by emailing us at here or filling in our Have Your Say Form opposite.  We are keen to hear from young professionals and key workers who are looking to get on the housing ladder in Bourne End.

Hollands Farm represents a unique opportunity to create a vibrant and sustainable new housing development for Bourne End.

Wycombe District Council formally adopted their new Local Plan on 19 August 2019 after an extensive preparation and consultation process. The Local Plan sets out the long term vision for the District identifying where new homes, jobs and infrastructure (e.g. transport, schools, open spaces) will be created and how we will protect our special environment.

Within the Local Plan, Hollands Farm forms part of a wider allocation in Bourne End which is removed from the Green Belt and allocated for residential purposes through Policy BE2. Within the wider allocation, the site will deliver new homes, including affordable homes to help meet local housing need and deliver a new primary school and link road.  

The proposed allocation extends over two land ownerships. Catesby Estates plc has been appointed as the land promoter for the southern portion of the site totalling 52 acres and we are working with the neighbouring site to bring forward a cohesive scheme.

Hollands Farm is adjacent to Hedsor Road and associated properties to the south; Heavens Lea and Hawks Hill boarders the site to the east, and Wessex Road and Millboard Road lie adjacent to the western boundary of the site.

Site Update November 2020

An application by local  group, Keep Bourne End Green (KBEG), to go to the Court of Appeal has been refused permission (3rd November 2020) stating “where permission to appeal has been refused on the papers, that decision is final and cannot be further reviewed or appealed.”

This follows the High Court dismissing their statutory challenge in July 2020 to the adoption of the Wycombe Local Plan (now forming part of Buckinghamshire Council).

KBEG objected to land being removed from the Green Belt at Bourne End and allocated for housing in the Local Plan.  The Local Plan remains adopted, which allocated for residential purposes our 52 acre site known as Hollands Farm which forms part of a wider allocation in Bourne End which was removed from the Green Belt.

 

January 2021

We are putting together our proposals for Hollands Farm so that we bring forward a sustainable and deliverable development for Bourne End.
 
We will be starting our public consultation in the coming weeks, further details on our proposals will be available via the website www.catesby-hollandsfarm.co.uk soon.

Are you struggling to get on the housing ladder to buy your own home, or on the Wycombe District Council Housing Register?

Be the first to hear the latest news on our Affordable Homes by emailing us at here or filling in our Have Your Say Form opposite.  We are keen to hear from young professionals and key workers who are looking to get on the housing ladder in Bourne End.

Hollands Farm represents a unique opportunity to create a vibrant and sustainable new housing development for Bourne End.

Wycombe District Council formally adopted their new Local Plan on 19 August 2019 after an extensive preparation and consultation process. The Local Plan sets out the long term vision for the District identifying where new homes, jobs and infrastructure (e.g. transport, schools, open spaces) will be created and how we will protect our special environment.

Within the Local Plan, Hollands Farm forms part of a wider allocation in Bourne End which is removed from the Green Belt and allocated for residential purposes through Policy BE2. Within the wider allocation, the site will deliver new homes, including affordable homes to help meet local housing need and deliver a new primary school and link road.  

The proposed allocation extends over two land ownerships. Catesby Estates plc has been appointed as the land promoter for the southern portion of the site totalling 52 acres and we are working with the neighbouring site to bring forward a cohesive scheme.

Hollands Farm is adjacent to Hedsor Road and associated properties to the south; Heavens Lea and Hawks Hill boarders the site to the east, and Wessex Road and Millboard Road lie adjacent to the western boundary of the site.

Site Update November 2020

An application by local  group, Keep Bourne End Green (KBEG), to go to the Court of Appeal has been refused permission (3rd November 2020) stating “where permission to appeal has been refused on the papers, that decision is final and cannot be further reviewed or appealed.”

This follows the High Court dismissing their statutory challenge in July 2020 to the adoption of the Wycombe Local Plan (now forming part of Buckinghamshire Council).

KBEG objected to land being removed from the Green Belt at Bourne End and allocated for housing in the Local Plan.  The Local Plan remains adopted, which allocated for residential purposes our 52 acre site known as Hollands Farm which forms part of a wider allocation in Bourne End which was removed from the Green Belt.

 

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