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Maidenhead Target Shooting Club relocation on agenda at council planning meeting

The relocation of Maidenhead Target Shooting Club is among the items on a packed agenda at a council planning meeting on Wednesday evening.

Twelve planning applications will be discussed at the Maidenhead Area Development Management Panel.

Proposals to relocate the shooting club from Braywick Park to land west of Oak Tree Farm in Gays Lane, Holyport are recommended for refusal by officers.

The plans, put forward by chairman Martin Bicknell, include the creation of a car park, clubhouse and toilets, shooting stands, bunds, fencing, landscaping and planting, with access off Green Lane.

  • Councillors will also discuss a proposal to construct a swan rehabilitation and care centre in Monkey Island Lane, Bray. Plans from applicant Wendy Hermon are recommended for refusal.
  • Plans to make changes to 70 High Street, the Savers shop unit, and the neighbouring property, formerly New Look, are also on the agenda. They include a single ground-floor retail use and construction of a five-storey block, comprising 18 flats with pedestrian access to West Street. Officers have recommended the plans be approved.

The panel will meet at the council chamber at the Town Hall, St Ives Road, at 7pm.

View the agenda in full by visiting bit.ly/2OBpzID


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