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a) Residential Development The plan shows those areas for development for wihch planning permission has already been given, or which are unavoidably compromised in that it would be very difficult or unreasonable to refuse planning permission for their development. The areas for which planning permission has already been granted, and dwellings now under construction, will […]

Jan 29th, 2012 | Filed under Chinnor Plan

Chinnor is expanding very rapidly at the present time as a result of relatively large scale estate development. Planning permission has already been granted for virtually all the vacant land within the Committee Guidance line approved on the 8th February, 1955. This rapid estate development has shown that an intense demand for private housing has […]

Jan 29th, 2012 | Filed under Chinnor Plan

Communications Chinnor is situated at the junction of “B” Class Roads 4009 and 4445. B.4009 runs along the foot of the Chilterns from the outskirts of Wendover to Benson, and B.4445 links Chinnor with Thame. A “C” Class Road leads to High Wycombe, and Trunk Road A.40 to Oxford and London is crossed by B.4009 […]

Jan 29th, 2012 | Filed under Chinnor Plan

Table 1 shows the population changes in Chinnor over the past 200 years. The figures for 1771, 1941 and 1965 are estimates; other figures are taken from Census reports, and refer to parish populations. Until early in the present century, Emmington and Chinnor were two separate parishes; about 50 people should be added to the […]

Jan 29th, 2012 | Filed under Chinnor Plan

Chinnor – Preliminary Report on the Survey and Plan M.W. Robinson, P.R.I.C.S., M.T.P.I County Planning Advisor Park End Street Offices Oxford Chinnor is one of a line of villages and small towns strung out along the Icknield Way as it runs at the foot of the Chiltern Hills. Chinnor Parish contains six distinct settlements: Chinnor […]

Jan 29th, 2012 | Filed under Chinnor Plan