WILD ROVER PLAN IS NOTWANTED
WITH reference to the conversion plan for the former Wild Rover site, as detailed on page 10 of the Bucks Examiner/Advertiser, November 26, 2015.
Regarding planning application CH/2015/1923/FA, I have already sent my objections to this application to Chiltern District Council, as follows:
“I object in the strongest possible terms to planning application CH/2015/1923/FA (change of use from public house to use for car sales and residential flat with associating parking at The Wild Rover Public House for Mr A Rashid) for the following reasons:
1. The area is totally unsuitable as a car sales site: the site fronts on to the main road (A406) between Chesham and Amersham and there is constant traffic. Any cars for sale parked on the A406 would cause massive traffic problems, or, if parked on the pavements, would block pedestrian access, which generally is a major problem in Chesham.
2. Chesham is the dumping ground for sites selling second-hand cars: I can immediately think of six such sites: two on Bellingdon Road, one on the corner of Berkhampstead Road/Cameron Road, one on Waterside, one on Latimer Road, one on the former Coal Yard site in Station Approach.
A small town like Chesham does not need any more sites selling second-hand cars.