Abbey Barn South
Abbey Barn South is a flat site above the valley which contains arable fields and woodland, including the woodland ride which has historical associations with Daws Hill House. The site is adjacent to the M40 motorway to the south, Deangarden Wood and the former dry ski slope to the north, and the former RAF Daws Hill base to the west.
You can view the Abbey Barn south site on MyWycombe or see the following static maps and views:
What's happened so far?
The Abbey Barn South and Abbey Barn North liaison group provides a forum for local stakeholders to play a proactive role in helping set key parameters for how these sites are developed. The group also helps shape development briefs to inform any planning applications that are submitted by developers.
The liaison group is chaired by Cllr Hugh McCarthy. The WDC officer looking after Abbey Barn South and Abbey Barn North is Robert Harrison.
The full membership of the liaison group is as follows:
The inaugural meeting of the liaison group was held on Thursday 12 February. View minutes, presentations and agenda papers (where available):
Public workshop, 28 February 2015
Our consultants, AR Urbanism, ran an all-day workshop event on Saturday 28 February. Following the event they produced a report of their findings and the key points raised at the meeting.
Public exhibition of draft Abbey Barn South development brief, 20 to 22 July 2015
We held a public exhibition of the work-in-progress draft development brief at the Wycombe District Council offices from 20 to 22 July 2015. Thank you to all those that took the time to visit the exhibition.
Please see the display material from the exhibition:
We have produced a document which provides a summary of the comments received on the draft Abbey Barn South development brief:
Abbey Barn South development brief
Our Cabinet has now adopted the Abbey Barn South development brief [PDF | 11.8MB]. This will inform any planning application submitted for the future development of the site.
What's happening next?
Planning applications have been submitted for parts of this site (18/05363/FUL and 16/06045/FUL). You can view these applications on Public Access.