Plans to build 20 new properties in a Bucks village have been withdrawn – amid dozens of objections.

Mr Potyka, of RAP Building and Developments Ltd, withdrew a planning application relating to land adjacent to Longburrow Hall, on Park Lane, in Stokenchurch.

Plans detailed the ‘erection of two blocks of three-bed semis and one block of two two-bed semis, one detached three-bed property, one terrace of three three-bed properties, a block of two one-bed flats, a two-bed property, and one block of three two-bed and four one-bed flats’ – 20 in total (40 per cent affordable).

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A new vehicle access and 42 parking spaces were also proposed.

An earlier application was granted in January 2019.

The site is currently vacant but was “used for the temporary storage of materials in connection with agricultural operations”, council documents state.

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There are around 60 objections relating to this scheme.

One objector branded it an “over-greedy development” that showed “no concern for the people of Stokenchurch”.

“The monstrous three-storey properties would also sadly be a complete invasion of my private space, blocking out the lovely sun and destructing all nature and wildlife along with it,” said another.

Another said of Park Lane: “Adding more vehicle traffic would simply be dangerous and will undoubtedly create a threat to safety.”

Another said: “As well as congestion on Park Lane, the new proposal creates additional congestion and safety risk on the Longburrow Hall access road.”

Another added: “Increasing the proposed road traffic would be a major concern of the lives of many locals, especially with the majority being families of young children.”

Cllr Shade Adoh said: “As councillors for Stokenchurch and Radnage ward, we objected to this application the last time due to the number of houses and the dangerous access.

“The number of units has increased to 20, this will increase traffic.”

The application appears to have been withdrawn on August 18.

It was submitted in June 2019.