Princes Risborough expansion plan

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Consultation and background documents

This consultation has now closed.

View the background documents on our dedicated consultation page:

Consultation page

Events

As part of consulting on the draft Princes Risborough Expansion Supplementary Planning Document we had organising public events held at the Community Centre, Wades Park / Stratton Road, Princes Risborough HP27 9AX.

  • A staffed exhibition
    • on Tuesday 25 June 2019 - 3pm to 8pm
    • on Tuesday 2 July 2019 - 2pm to 6pm
  • A public meeting
    • on Tuesday 2 July 2019 - 7:30pm
    • on Tuesday 16 July 2019 - 7:30pm

For information showcased at these events, you can also download:

What is proposed?

Our local plan expands Princes Risborough by about 2,500 homes, including affordable housing and a good mix of sizes and types. The expansion will create a local centre close to the new northern primary school, with shops, pubs, community spaces and room for business start-ups.

As well as 2,500 new homes, we're also proposing a number of other developments.

  • to help take traffic off the main A4010
  • tree planted avenue with pedestrian/cycle path
  • road improvements, including a new rail bridge at Summerleys Road and Grove Lane

 

  • to run between the railway station, town centre, expansion area and Longwick

 

  • sports hub with pitches and club house
  • home for a rugby club and allotments
  • green corridor around the Crowbrook stream for nature conservation and flood management
  • off-road walking and cycling routes in wide green lane, and links to the countryside
  • open space and play areas

 

  • to be built next to the green spaces and play areas

 

  • a step-free route for walking and cycling through the railway embankment at Wades Park, providing easy access to the town centre
  • improvements for pedestrians and cyclists on Mill Lane and Longwick Road
  • stepped footbridge near Monks Risborough Station

 

What will be built when?

  • Southern road links, including the Summerley's Road Bridge improvements, will be built by around 250 homes,and the relief road all linked up by half way through the development.
  • The first primary school will come on stream at about 500 homes, and the second one at 1,500 homes.
  • A new bus service will be provided by half way through the development.
  • The new £5m sports hub will be provided by about 800 homes. There will be a separate rugby pitch, and the Molins Sports Ground is also likely to be brought back into use.