Planning and Heritage Comments

CambridgePPF’s responses to planning and heritage related applications

Search through our planning database to read our letters, comments and submissions to key decision makers on national policy matters, local development issues and specific planning applications.

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Submissions archive






23rd Feb 2017Local Planning PolicyNational Planning PolicySouth Cambridgeshire District CouncilOutline PermissionPlanning Permission

CambridgePPF response – S/0202/17/OL – Land at Teversham Road, Fulbourn (S/0202/17/OL)

FINAL CambridgePPF resp Teversham Rd app Read>>

23rd Feb 2017Green BeltLocal Planning PolicyNational Planning PolicySouth Cambridgeshire District CouncilPlanning Permission

CambridgePPF response – S/0070/17/FL – Grange Business Park, Babraham Road, Fulbourn (S/0070/17/FL)

FINAL CambridgePPF resp S-0070-17-FL Fulbourn Read>>

8th Feb 2017Local Planning PolicyCambridge City CouncilPublic consultation

CambridgePPF response – Pictoral Meadows consultation – Cambridge City Council

CambridgePPF response pic meadows consult 080217 Read>>

31st Jan 2017Local Planning PolicyCambridge City CouncilPlanning Permission

CambridgePPF response – 16/1389/FUL Mount Pleasant House (16/1389/FUL)

CambridgePPF sent a letter to the Chair and Vice-Chair of the Planning Committee ahead of the Council's Planning Committee to alert them to several significant issues in relation to this application and recently published modifications to the Local Plan and the Student Accommodation Assessment. CambridgePPF resp 16-1389-FUL Mt Pleasant House Read>>

9th Jan 2017Local Planning PolicyPublic consultation

CambridgePPF response – Sheep’s Green watercourse enhancements – public consultation

CambridgePPF have submitted a response to the public consultation on improvement works proposed for the Sheep's Green watercourse. CambridgePPF resp Sheeps Green 090117 Read>>

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