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Hollands Farm

Hollands Farm is allocated in policy BE2 of the Wycombe District Local Plan for around 467 homes. It is a 23.7 hectare greenfield site, located towards the south of Bourne End between Hawks Hill and Wessex Road.

A liaison group of local councillors and local community representatives has helped us set out the guiding principles of how the site should be developed. These principles are set out in both Policy BE2 of the Wycombe District Local Plan, and in the Hollands Farm draft development brief. We now want your comments on the draft development brief to assist us in shaping and finalising this document. 

Supporting the development brief is:

  • a Sustainability Appraisal, which considers the environmental, social and economic impacts of the various options considered when developing the brief.
  • an Appropriate Assessment, which sets out measures needed to mitigate the impacts of the development on the Burnham Beeches Special Area of Conservation (SAC). 

How to respond to the Draft Hollands Farm Development Brief consultation 

You can access the Draft Hollands Farm Development Brief and supporting documents using our online consultation portal

Contact details

If you have any queries, please email or call 01494 461000.

Next steps

When the consultation closes in February, we will consider all the responses to help us refine the development brief. Responses to comments received will be put into a Statement of Consultation report. This will support the final development brief, which will then be considered by the council for adoption in spring or summer 2021. Once agreed by the council, the development brief will become a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD), which will form the basis for planning applications on the Hollands Farm site. 

Liason Group Meetings 

A liaison group has been established (made up of members of the parish council, community representatives, local members and land promoters for the site) to steer the production of a development brief for the site. The following PDF files may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. To request an accessible format please email

Meeting 1:

 Meeting 2:

Meeting 3:

 Meeting 4: