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Planning Applications:

The local planning authority is Buckinghamshire Council and they consult Padbury Parish Council on planning applications within the parish and adjacent applications ‘just over the border’. The Parish Council is only one of a number of consultees and Buckinghamshire Council may or may not take note of our comments.


The two following documents may be useful if you wish to make a planning application or comment on an existing planning application:

Commonly Used Planning Policies

Making Comments on Planning Applications (supplied by a third party)


The following is a list of current planning applications which are awaiting decisions by Buckinghamshire Council. Click on this link and then enter the planning reference in the ‘search’ field to see the full details. The Buckinghamshire Council website contains the definitive list of planning applications and if you are looking for a specific application you can enter an address or postcode to see all the applications in that area.


  • 19/01233/APP – Erection of agricultural building – Land Rear/adj to Fairhaven, Main Street
  • 20/04282/ALB - Removal of existing white paint from internal timber beams (retrospective) - The Ramblers, Main Street
  • 20/04298/APP - Retention of boundary treatment to the front and rear of the property - The Ramblers, Main Street
  • 21/01493/APP - Single storey extension to east elevation - Low Farm, Thornborough Road
  • 21/00755/APP - Replacement of 7 windows - 24 Old End
  • 21/00756/ALB - Replacement of 7 windows - 24 Old End
  • 21/03135/APP - Variation of condition 2 relating to 18/04100/APP (create 5 No. parking bays on Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust land adjacent to No. 70 Springfields to ease parking congestion for local residents) Plan numbers to be updated to the Highways approved plans for condition 2
  • 21/03402/APP - Householder application for demolition of an existing garage, erection of a two storey rear extension - Tudor Cottage, Old End
  • 21/03480/APP - Front, rear, side extensions and garage conversion with associated internal and external works - The Well House, Lower Way