The following references are used by CDC in the local plan documentation

Green Belt Assessment (GBA) n/a
Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA)  CD0038

Link back to maps

If you are not sure where this location is in Prestwood use the map to correlate the GBA and HELAA references so you can see where they are referring to.

Prestwood Map View

Prestwood Aerial View

Current Assessment effective October 2016

There is one relevant document that captures the current status of this area.

Document 1

Follow this link to the load the relevant document:
Source Document Link

Location in the document: Page 70/144 Appendix 5 – Sites Deemed Suitable, Available and Achievable at Stage 2 Assessment: Chiltern sites only at this stage

Summary of key points:

  • Site: CD0038
  • Name: Florence Orchard, Nairwood Lane
  • Parish: Great Missenden
  • Source: Call For Sites
  • Delivery: 6 -10 Years
  • Use:  Residential
  • Capacity (net): 5 to 9 dwellings I
  • Comments:   In principle development may be suitable, however given the size of the site only a small number of dwellings may be suitable. The proposal on the site consists of back garden development, however site nomination indicates the land is within a single land ownership which may indicate higher likelihood of availability. Given that there is not a planning application or developer with a definite scheme a conservative estimate of 6 -10 years has been applied.

Express your opinion on this assessment

You can do either or both of the following. If you wish to add a view to this assessment you can comment in the box below. We will bring CDC’s attention to this website and the comments on it.  Prestwood Village Association moderate all comments before they are made visible. Please make sure your comment is polite and relevant and we will publish it.

That however may not be enough. …..

You should also consider providing your comments into the current process which closes at 5pm on December 12th 2016.  The online response form can be located here:…/response

Click here to Return to Local Plan Article