Homes Application Licence To Print Money?
6:03am 25th June 2014
A planning application has been submitted for nearly 170 homes near the Tring Road Tesco supermarket in Aylesbury.
Spen Hill Developments, a wholly-owned subsidary of Tesco, want to build seven rows of new homes.
The brown-field development would be 60 houses and 108 maisonettes.
The new homes would replace the current derelict site of the former BPCC Printing works.
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