GMPRG’s Response to the Discovery and Exploration phase for the New Local Plan for Buckinghamshire

Wednesday, March 16th, 2022

GMPRG has submitted a response to the above, based on the community feedback received in 2018 from the Community Vision update. The GMPRG representation is available below.


In the withdrawn Chiltern and South Bucks Local Plan 2036 there were no site allocations proposed for the Parish of Great Missenden. The Great Missenden and Prestwood Revitalisation Group (GMPRG) questions how will the emerging Buckinghamshire Local Plan identify local needs so that they are met?

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