We have been informed that as of the 9th March 2018, the planning application for houses on Mill Hill has been withdrawn. Thank you to everyone who objected to the application or signed our petition. We will continue to collect wind data to be prepared should a further application be made.
Those of you who have followed Swaffham Prior village news or our recent posts regarding our objection to the proposed development of 10 bungalows on Mill Hill, Swaffham Prior may be aware that one of our key concerns is the impact such a development will have on the availability of wind to the mill. To assess […]
As you will have read in other posts on our Blog, we are objecting to a proposed development of 10 bungalows to the East of Fosters Mill because it will harm the wind supply to Fosters Mill from the only direction in which the mill receives unfettered wind – wind that is free from obstructions […]
Further to our blog posting from April 2017 regarding the intention of a local land owner to build on land adjacent to 38 Mill Hill, Swaffham Prior (on the East side of the B1102), we now alert you to the fact that an outline planning application for the erection of 10 bungalows has been made […]
National Mills Weekend, a weekend to celebrate the UK’s traditional milling heritage and organised by the Mills Section of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings falls on the 13th and 14th May this year and mills around Cambridgeshire will be opening their doors to welcome visitors. East Cambridgeshire has one of the largest […]