Upcoming Meetings

Planning Meeting
19:30, Monday 19th December 2016

Planning Committee Meeting
19:30, Tuesday 3rd January 2017

Full Council Meeting
20:00, Tuesday 3rd January 2017

Planning Committee Meeting
19:30, Monday 16th January 2017

Planning Committee Meeting
19:30, Tuesday 7th February 2017

Latest Updates

Gritting Reminder from Bucks County Council

Published on Wed 7th December 2016 Community News

Every year Bucks County Council remind residents of our gritting routine, so here are all the stats and facts you need to know about Buckinghamshire’s roads this winter.

Hazlemere Parish Council Allotment Vacancies

Published on Mon 5th December 2016

There are a number of allotments available in Queensway and at The Dell (behind the Parish Council offices in Cedar Avenue). Please call Rachel Freeman on 01494 715548 or email on cedarbarnbookings@btconnect.com if you are interested.

District Authorities Modernising Local Government Report

Published on Mon 5th December 2016 Parish Council, Community News

Strategic options case for modernising local government. The report highlights that there are many credible options for modernising local government in Bucks and a single unitary authority is not the only way.

Minutes Plannign Committee Minutes 17 October 2016

19:30, Monday 17th October 2016
Published on Mon 28th November 2016 Signed Minutes

Minutes of Planning Committee 4 October 2016

19:30, Tuesday 4th October 2016
Published on Mon 28th November 2016 Signed Minutes

Extraordinary Council Meeting 17 October 2016

19:00, Monday 17th October 2016
Published on Mon 28th November 2016 Signed Minutes

Minutes Full Council 4 October 2016

20:00, Tuesday 4th October 2016
Published on Mon 28th November 2016 Signed Minutes

Hazlemere Parish Council's reply to Terriers Farm Development Brief

Published on Mon 28th November 2016 Parish Council, Public Consultations, Community News

Hazlemere Parish Council understands the need for new housing in this area, and appreciates the efforts of the local planning authority to engage with local stakeholders and minimise the impact. In this response, Hazlemere Parish Council focus on our 5 priorities: •Protecting the recreation ground and the three fields alongside as a natural ‘lung’ for the area. Hazlemere Parish Council strongly oppose access through the recreation ground •Maintaining Hazlemere’s separate village identity •Reducing the impact on neighbouring AONBs •Ensuring suitable development for the topography •Ensuring that local infrastructure and amenities are sufficient. Paragraph references below are to the relevant parts of the Development brief.

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