The planning application regarding the existing composting operation at College Farm, Mill Lane has been approved by Bucks County Council.

Mill Lane is the narrow link road that runs from the Church to the A422. The proposal is for an extra 10,000 tonnes of dry recyclables annually to be processed daily between 7:00am and 4:30pm (equivalent to 40 tonnes per day). Several changes to the traffic flow are proposed. A new entrance to College Farm will be created on Mill Lane, and the existing farm entrance on the A422 closed. All lorries accessing the site will have to travel via Page Hill roundabout and will turn left into Mill Lane. All lorries leaving the site will be prevented from entering the village.

For more details you should be able access the AVDC site via the link below.

Change of use of part of an existing agricultural building to a waste transfer station for dry recyclables, formation of new access from Mill Lane together with associated hardstanding – College Farm Stratford Road Buckingham Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire MK18 6AG



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1 Comment


  1. July 25, 2016  11:42 am by Mrs green Reply

    I strongly object to the planning on mill lane. To have this amount of houses put here will cause more traffic, applications for schools, doctors etc which at the best of times are full and very busy.

    Mill lane is a very dangerous road in itself, creating more traffic, on a daily basis is going to increase the accidents that happen.
    And Maids Moreton will lose it identity of a small village if we bring all these new houses in

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