The Theatres Trust

Further objections to the demolition of RAF Brampton's Little Theatre

19th November 2013

Applications: 1301461DEMDET

Huntingdonshire Council consulted The Theatres Trust on the above application for demolition of buildings on the former RAF Brampton site to enable redevelopment.

The Trust objected to the proposal because it includes the complete loss of RAF Brampton’s Little Theatre, a valued local cultural facility without a proper replacement or any reasoned justification for its loss to the local community. Read the Trust’s response

The Trust also objected to application 1301178OUT for the sites redevelopment, which can be found here

To view the planning documents online, please click here and enter the application number, then click search.


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