Tag Archives: Land west of Gold Lane

Planning decision

At its meeting on 29 October the Borough Planning Committee refused Lioncourt’s application to build houses on the land off Gold Lane. This is a good first step for the village but quite probably not the end of the Lioncourt … Continue reading

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Planning update

Remember both the planning application to build houses on the land west of Gold Lane and also Policy 19 in the draft Local Plan 2035, both of which could adversely affect the village pond? They haven’t gone away. The planning … Continue reading

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Summer Splash Out and AGM 2018

A sunny day on Sunday, 10 June greeted both our Summer Splash Out and Friends AGM and also the Red Cross Open Garden Day in Biddenham.  Friends were able to attend and enjoy both events and we appreciate the support … Continue reading

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Land west of Gold Lane, Biddenham

The Friends have submitted to Bedford Borough Council today: an addendum to their response to the Local Plan 2035 and their request that policy 19 which relates to land at Gold Lane and which would take away its protected status as open … Continue reading

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Local Plan 2035

The Friends have submitted to the Borough Council today their response to the Local Plan 2035, seeking the removal of policy 19 from the Plan. -o0o- Policy 19 the Borough Council wants to include in the Local Plan 2035 would … Continue reading

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Planning application to build 250 houses on land west of Gold Lane

The Friends have submitted to the Borough Council today their response to planning application 18/00140/MAO  to build 250 houses on land west of Gold Lane. Their response to policy 19 in the Local Plan 2035 which affects that same land off Gold … Continue reading

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NO THIN END!

Thin ends of wedges invariably lead to thick ends. The thin end facing Biddenham is the threat of development on the land west of Gold Lane. The thick end after inevitable further development would be coalescence with Bromham as part … Continue reading

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